• Early Marriage
    INTRODUCTION Early marriage is one of the most controversial topics nowadays, that's basically the main reason we decided to choose this topic. personally we are very passionate about this topic for many different reason but mostly importantly is because in our Muslim/Arab society early marriage is...
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  • Discrimination among girl child and boy child
    Discrimination against girl children has been a topic of debate. It has been a subject of concern and sociological significance. This subject raises the cultural aspects about the role of a girl child in society, what her human rightsare as a human being and a number of sensitive issues.This issue...
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  • Early Pregnancy
    2nd sem sy. 2014 Topic Outline The Causes of Early Pregnancy in Today’s Generation Thesis Statement: There are many reasons why today’s Generation is involved in early Pregnancy I. Causes of Teen Pregnancy A. Lack of good education 1. Reasons for lack of education a. Discomfort b. Fear...
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  • Effects of Early Marriage
    young people. The main problem about early marriage focuses on financial ones. Young couple is just depressed by their low income. Lack of proper education, inexperience & youth do not help the young to receive a large payment for the jobs they do. Some young people decide to get married even without...
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  • Birds and the Bees
    seem to agree on education being a vital aspect of life. Knowledge of literature, math, and philosophy can help students go far beyond their expectations; however this process starts with awareness at a young age. One topic that is widely neglected in education is sex. Sexual education classes vary tremendously...
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  • Abort
    major, controversial topic in the United States. The controversy is whether to allow a woman to have an abortion or outlaw abortions. The Unites States Supreme Court was supposedly going to make a final decision on the abortion controversy. Instead, the Supreme Court put the burden of deciding on the...
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  • Critique of Walden Two
    and efficient adult. The first topic that I felt strongly about was education. The way education is viewed in Frazier’s utopian world is brilliant. Compared to the Walden Two educational system I find the grade-based school system slightly barbaric. The second topic that interested me is adolescent...
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    need to have a better understanding of the negative impacts pregnancy can have on them socially, emotionally, and physically. Teen pregnancy is not a topic that necessarily causes great concern, especially among teens themselves, but there needs to be more precautions taken to reduce the amount of teenage...
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  • Save Girl Child
    Nearly half of India’s children are girls. However, the girl child is considered a lesser child in our society. Irrespective of class, caste and economic conditions, she is discriminated against and neglected at all the levels. This result in the denial of basic services required for her survival...
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  • Sex Ed
    don’t teach their kids that no amount of popularity is worth the burden of a child at a young age then no one will. In Anna Quindlen’s essay “Sex Ed” she sat with six 16 year old girls at a family planning clinic in New York, the girls knew a lot about sex but were also pregnant. Where were their parents...
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  • Discrimination of Girls
    Discrimination against female children has been a topic of debate. It has been a subject of concern and sociological significance. This subject raises the cultural aspects about the role of a female child in society, what her human rights are as a human being and a number of sensitive issues.This issue...
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  • Global Sanitation
    research paper refers a thorough discussion about a brief meaning about this topic and its effect to us and to the environment. The researcher also included some ways to contribute in global sanitation. Despite the numerous topics that are discuss in this research paper, the researcher limit his study so...
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  • A Girl's Life
    will first read an overview about the challenges facing girls and women in some of the world's less developed countries. They will then watch a series of photo essays and short videos online that illustrate different aspects of the real lives of girls and women including school, work, early marriage, pregnancy...
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  • Does My Country Need a Revolution?
    a research paper on a Human Rights topic and how well the chosen right is protected in my country. I chose the right which states that everyone has the right to education. Education is necessary in realizing other human rights. Everyone has the right to education and it should be available and free...
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  • Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
    Autumn Felder Professor Heidi Juel English 1301 16 April 2012 Teenage Pregnancy Prevention 750,000 girls in the United States will get pregnant before the age of 20. Research has shown that teens that become pregnant may originate from disadvantage backgrounds. They may originate from backgrounds...
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  • Current Affairs
    contain 6 topics out of which one topic to be chosen. There is no syllabus for essay. Anything under sun can be asked. But, if we analyse previous year paper, it is conspicuous to find some root topics. For example, there is at least one question on women empowerment every year. So, the topic ‘Women Empowerment’...
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  • CAMPUS BASED DAY CARE: Are Day Care Centers on High School Campuses Merely a Convenience or an Instrument for Academic Success?
    ABSTRACT In the United States 500,000 teenage girls become pregnant every year. Faced with the burden of having to provide care for their child, over 60 percent will drop out of High School and not finish their education. (Bridgeland et al, 2006) On-site child care centers are being created nationwide,...
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  • Female Foeticide
    individual’s “right to life and dignity”. The rights relating to the weaker & vulnerable sections of Indian society especially women, and more specially the girl child were violated. The twin social evils of female foeticide & female infanticide were the main causes.Violence against women exists in various forms...
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  • female infanticide in india
    combine to conspire against girls. How can this problem be tackled? What should countries like India and China be doing? Can the world do any more than criticise from the sidelines? What is the price of doing nothing? Female Infanticide is killing of a newborn girl child or of a matured foetus. The...
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  • Should the Government Have the Power to Regualte Abortion?
    generation are not living because they were killed before they were born" ("Abortion Arguments"). One of the major problems and misconceptions with the topic of abortion is that people do not realize that life starts at conception. Many people are not aware that life of this they justify abortion. Abortion...
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