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Examines support groups for surviving brothers & sisters. Looks at special needs, techniques, therapy, examples and age factors. Sibling bereavement support groups have formed to help assist bereaved siblings adjust to family losses. The loss of a brother or sister,

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This paper argues that pornography has a terribly negative affect on men’s view of women and women’s psyche. This paper argues that pornography has a terribly negative affect on men’s view of women and women’s psyche. Pornography is not only

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An examination of the impact television has had on youth violence. In this paper, the author uses various examples to demonstrate the impact television has had on youth violence. The author discusses the problems associated with television viewing, identifies violence

Discusses development of the child in stages from birth to 8 years. This paper combines research and theory on a number of relevant topics on children’s play and highlights the implications for practical application in Early Childhood Education focusing on

Examination of the effects exposure to domestic violence has on children. This paper presents a detailed examination of the prevalence and adverse effects of child exposure to domestic violence. The author looks at the potential risks that expose children to

Compares works on causes & meaning of radical changes in home & male-female relations in England, 1500-1800. Lawrence Stone, in The Family, Sex, and Marriage in England, 1500-1800, argues that the causes of radical changes in the home and in

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An exploration of the importance of family as it applies to family structure, land ownership, farming and gender roles. The following paper discusses the book of two authors Carol Meyers and Joseph Blenkinsopp who attempt to demonstrate the importance of

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Looks at the pros and cons of human cloning. This paper discusses recent developments and arguments in the human cell cloning debate. The author examines the anti-cloning argument, and then shifts to pro-cloning. The paper includes sources such as the

An in-depth look at the lives of the children in Mott Haven, in the South Bronx as seen by Jonathon Kozol. In this paper the author begins by making a direct comparison to the American Hymn, Amazing Grace, and Jonathan

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With much reference to Greene’s The Explosive Child the author explores rage disorders experienced by children. In this paper the author looks at various explosive disorders suffered by children and the symptoms that they demonstrate. In particular the author looks

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A research proposal on the topic of child sexual abuse. This paper discusses sexual molestation of children. It provides a review of pertinent literature and quotes statistics relating to sexual offenders and victims. The paper outlines a proposal for a

An in-depth look at the Peter Brook production of the “Mahabharata”. This paper is on the Peter Brook production of the “Mahabharata”, the Indian epic. The author contends that the process of de-contextualization of characters, plot elements and pieces of

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Critical review of biography arguing 17th Cent.-18th Cent. leader laid political, cultural & military groundwork for creation of modern Russia. B.H. Sumner, in Peter the Great and the Emergence of Russia, makes the basic argument that the efforts and leadership

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