• Cyberbullying and Cyber Crime
    Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd University Learning outcome assessment | Section 201 Research: Cyber bullying and cyber crime, one reason the Internet has turned from beneficial to disastrous Dr Ali Alghazo Yomna Loai Al-Ibrahim – 201001070 Wala’a Al-Yousef – 201101049     Table  of ...
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  • MUN - ROK
    Resolute, ceaseless enforcement of relevant laws against drug offenses Objectives ● Enhancing the capability of expert investigation of drug-related crimes. ● Complete eradication of drug distribution including illegal production and sale. ● Blocking smuggling by bolstering surveillance at ports and...
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    Today every country in the world is no longer secure from the menace rug abuse. Even in the most powerful country America is in its grip, India is not far behind. Drugs have been used for medical purposes since time immemorial. But these days drugs and narcotics are being used freely by the people...
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  • Media is responsible for the rise of criminal cases amongst youngsters
    motion . Increasing violence is becoming an inalienable problem attributed to every society. According to recent public opinion pools the crime rate is disquietingly growing and if something is not done soon, this phenomenon will become a real calamity. Escalating aggression, especially among the young...
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  • Drug Trafficking
    problem… Drug abuse furthers socio-economic and political instability, it undermines sustainable development, and it hampers efforts to reduce poverty and crime” (Kavan, 2003). Guided by a critical perspective that locates local development efforts within the context of globalisation and global drug capitalism...
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  • Drug Education
    Today every country in the world suffers from the menace of drug abuse. Even the great American nation is in its grip and India is not far behind. Drugs have been used for medical purposes since time immemorial. But these days drugs and narcotics are being used freely by people all over the world....
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  • 100 Years of Indian Cinema - 1
    many new grounds and established several milestones. The Times of India, India's major newspaper then, hailed it as "the marvel of the century". As writer and essayist Mukul Kesavan wrote, "The art of the cinema was fashioned in India at the same time as it was developed in the West". The first Indian...
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  • Youth activism through social media in Assam: An exploratory study
    Article title: Youth activism through social media in Assam: An exploratory study __________________________________________________________________________ *Lecturer, Department of Journalism & Mass Communication, Berhampur University, Odisha, India ** Professor, Department of Journalism & Mass...
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  • women empowerment
    of India. But in India women are discriminated and marginalized at every level of the society whether it is social participation, political participation, economic participation, access to education, and also reproductive healthcare. Women are found to be economically very poor all over the India. A...
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  • Juvenile Delinquency
    British and American investigations reveal that nearly 50% of the delinquents come from broken homes. In one of the studies conducted by Uday Shankar in India only 13.3% of the 140 delinquents that he studied came from broken homes — (1-34). This shows the cultural differences between Indian and the Western...
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  • Harnessing Youth in Entrepreneurship
    Youth power is believed to be one of the most important assets for economic growth. This becomes even more significant when viewed in the context of a fast ageing population in the developed nations. Consider this: in 2020, an average Indian is expected to be only 29 years old against 37 years in China...
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  • Drug Addiction
    Drug Addiction-a termite in Punjab INDIA is the world’s largest producer of illicit opium in the world, which is used to make prescription drugs. A UN report says there are about 10 lakh registered users of heroin in India. However, with about 50 lakh estimated unregistered users, it is time to tackle...
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  • essay
    Role of Youth in Nation Building and Progress Youth are back bone to the nation.They can change the future of the society with their well being and courageous behavior. They are here to show us that which we have not been willing to look at within ourselves.Unfortunately today we find the youth those...
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  • The Concept of Community
    THE CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY IS PROBLEMATIC. COMMENT ON YOUTH, CULTURE AND POSTCODE RIVALRY IN INNER CITY LONDON Community has been described and interpreted in different ways. It has been explained by different people in their own understanding and views. The concept of community could be associated...
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  • An Attitude Survey of Crime Programmes on Kannada News Channel
    An attitude survey of crime programmes on Kannada News channel Submitted by: Prashanth.V Register no: 10pubc2006 In the partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the degree of Master of Science in Mass Communication 2010 – 2012 ACHARYA INSTITUTE OF GRADUATE STUDIES HESARGHATA...
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  • Socilogy
    with family obligations, debts, and/or medical costs, where the availability of health insurance is often linked to holding a job. Increasing unemployment raises the crime rate, the suicide rate, and encourages bad health. During the Great Depression, unemployment rates exceeded 20% in many countries...
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  • Women Empowerment
    hild Molestation In India: “Molest me, I am just a Child” 3 Comments | Filed on Tuesday, May 5th, 2009 in Society | Submit your opinions 7 0 14 14  Share14 -Anshul Tewari On 3rd May, 2009, the Sunday Hindustan Times carried a story of a 12 year old ragpicker who became a mother at the tender age...
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  • Essay about Alcoholism and Drug Addiction
    Lecturer Amity Law School AUUP Noida - 201301 Introduction Alcoholism and Drug Addiction may be conceptualized as crime without victim that is, addict himself is the victim who becomes a prey of its misuse. This devastating melody is eroding the roots of social, economic...
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  • Group Discussion Topics
    Terrorism in India 3. Religion should not be mixed with politics 4. Should Smoking be Banned Completely? 5. Effects of Television on Youth 6. Love Marriages Vs Arranged Marriages 7. Are beauty contests degrading womanhood? 8. Films are corrupting the Indian Youth 9. Morals...
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  • EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP
    man. He is none another than Anna Hazare. Most of us did not even know who Anna Hazare was, before he went on a hunger strike against corruption in India on April 5, 2011. This great effort made him India’s favourite son and people from diverse fields flocked together at Jantar Mantar,Delhi and lighted...
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