• Social Evil
    What are today’s social evils? This summary presents the findings of a public consultation exploring the social evils facing Britain today. In 1904, Joseph Rowntree identified what he believed were the worst social evils. The new list is the result of a web survey of 3,500 people and discussions...
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  • Task Centred and Crisis Intervention Essay for Social Work
    As a result of applying appropriate theory the organisation and structure of social work practice may be enhanced (Howe 1999:104). Social workers use theory to inform practice and provide a sense of direction and guidance in their professional engagement with service users "An alternative way of...
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  • Economic Effects on Social Values
    Economic Effects on Social Values in Vietnam The economy of Vietnam has developed rapidly since the economic renovation called Doi Moi, which created great progresses in Vietnamese society such as decreasing the rate of unemployment, improving the living standard, and bringing Vietnam to a higher p...
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  • What Do Classic Studies of Social Influence Tell Us About Group Effects on Individual Behaviour?
    What do classic studies of social influence (e.g., Asch, 1952; Milgram, 1974; Zimbardo, 1971) tell us about group effects on individual behaviour? Social influence is the effect one person or a group has on the attitudes or behaviour of another. There are several different kinds of social influen...
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  • A Essay on Gossip
    Eleanor Roosevelt once said , “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” Discussing people? In simple words it means ‘gossiping’. So just why has gossiping earned such a reputation? Why is it that when the word ‘gossip’ is used, it is done so...
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  • Alcholism Essay 3
    The Prohibition era did have a certain sense of lawlessness; the very fact that consumption was not eliminated is testimony to that; and the fact that organized crime manufactured and distributed the bulk of the illicit alcohol of the 1920's and early 1930's is evidence that gangsters were aided by...
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  • Social Responsibilities
    Essay #1 social responsibilities From one’s birth until one’s death, the journey of life is full of responsibility. A physically and mentally sound person has a duty to be a productive part of his or her family, community, and society as a whole. Each person must also do his or her par...
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  • Essay
    Social evils, poverty & health Rajeev Gupta & Praneet Kumar Department of Medicine, Fortis-Escorts Hospital, Jaipur, India Received May 29, 2007 There is a close association between social circumstances and health. In India, there is a significant burden of both communicable and non communicabl...
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  • Social Media in the Workplace
    Tony Green Comp II Essay 3 Social Media in the Workplace A growing hot topic, and cause for concern is the increasing use of social media in the workplace. The landscape for communication has changed, and the line between personal and professional communications has been blurred....
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  • Richard Swinburne's "The Problem of Evil": God's Existence
    Richard Swinburne's "The Problem of Evil": God's Existence Philosophers have looked for ways to explain God's existence for centuries. One such argment that the believer must justify in order to maintain the possibility of God's existence is the problem of evil. In his essay, "The Problem of...
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  • Social Class
    Manly Johnson Bob Willis 23 September 2010 Prompt #2 – Social Class and Education Social class is best defined as how one relates to a system of ownership, how one relates to other people within the system, and how one relates to the content that they produce within that system. This essay int...
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  • Assess the View That, in the ‘Real World’, Social Theories of Risk Are Irrelevant.
    Risk management and assessment has been carried out by members of society since its inception, but as a formal process it is a relatively recent development. The growth of attention paid to risk analysis and management in recent years has been charted by Golding (1992), who notes the increase in for...
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  • Value of Social Skills in Montessori
    “The child in the Montessori school is not isolated, he is a microcosm of the Human Society, the ideal reality of this society lies in the Unity and Coherence, respect and love.” The Child, Society, and the World – Dr Maria Montessori In light of the above quote, discuss the value of the so...
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  • Social Networking in the Classroom
    Cheyenne Bevins ENG112B- L. Preston Argument Essay 1 Social Networking in the Classroom Social media is largely becoming, if not already, a large part of everyday life. Now it has even become a part of education and the classroom. The site Facebook has over five-hundred million use...
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  • In Response to Friedman’s View of Corporate Social Responsibility
    It is not a common sentiment to hear Milton Friedman described as left of center in political spheres. Certainly, Friedman’s landmark essay The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase Profits in the New York Times magazine was filled with many assertions that placed him as a bulwark for a...
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  • Is Prostitution a Social Issue
    History of Prostitution Prostitution is considered to be the oldest profession in the world. According to Francoeur (2002), a number of Buddhist Jataka tales, whose oral sources go back to 500 B.C.E., concern sex workers. A 13th-century text on social conditions speaks of “vesya” (prostitutes...
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  • Social Darwinism and the Gospel of Wealth
    Essay 1: Social Darwinism and the Gospel of Wealth Social Darwinism was the use of Charles Darwin’s scientific theory of evolution and natural selection to a society’s development. The theory stated that in nature, only those who were the fittest survived. This explanation was adopted b...
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  • Critical Report of Bmw Social Performance
    Unit Title: Communications in Business 100 Assessment: Critical Essay Company: BMW AG Essay Title: Social Responsibility of Recall Student Name: Li Fuzhe Student Number: 14726251 Student Email Address: lifz_1988@sina.com Semester: 1 2011 Campus: B...
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  • Comm Essay Social Security
    Have you ever thought about your retirement? Do you think with the way the economy is that we as Americans can retire with only Social Security in the future?. In the past Social Security was sufficient to cover during the Baby Boomer era. Now we are acquiring issues with Social Security not having...
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  • Crtical Essay on a Company's Performance in Regards to Its Social Responsiblity
    Social performance of Body Shop INTRODUCTION In today’s society, every organisation/ business have an impact on society. There is much more to an organisation than concentrating on making profit and economic power and most importantly the consumers are aware of that. There are over 2000 body...
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