"My Ideal Community" Essays and Research Papers

  • My Ideal Community

    My Ideal Community By Samuel Lopes Presented to 2E and Mrs Richardson How did I decide on my Ideal Community? A Community is Ideology simply a representation Demographic of the people Community in it. So, it makes sense to Ideology Demographic think that my Community community is a Ideology representation of my Demographics beliefs and principles, andCommunity will be the For same example, focus Ideology forI will everyone on Jobs and government Demographic presenting on their as I think this...

    Criminal justice, Education, Punishment 540  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ideal Community to Me

    Everyone has their own perception of an ideal community. The selection of components for any ideal community will vary depending upon the upbringing, culture, norms and values that prevail within any individual portraying view of an ideal community. Ultimately the task is to develop or construct such a community whose underlying principles, values and system of administration is based on key notes which shall be ideal for all of the people that live in that community irrespective or their religion, caste...

    Health care, Leisure, Recreation 1064  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Community

    My Community Misty Eoriatti-Waymack ETH 125 03/14/2010 Five years ago I moved to a small town and it never crossed my mind about diversity. I am a white female and not a person who cares what race, sex, or social standing of the people in my community, but moving to a small town I just had not thought about ethnicity of my neighbors. When looking at my community from the outside it looks like just another little community. It was only when I started looking closely at the people around me that...

    Ethnic group, Ethnic groups, Ethnicity 1446  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Community

    My community ETH/125 My community In my community the area is predominately white; there is not much diversity in the state of New Hampshire. I have viewed the growth of my town from when I was a child to when I have recently moved back a year ago. Fifteen years ago there was one African American family that I knew of and one Hispanic family. In high school there were some other races but I was not friends with them nor knew much about their heritage or culture. I believe that education is the...

    African American, Ethnic group, Race 1440  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Vision of an Ideal World

    what would an ideal world order look like,What kind of world do I want to live in? If I had the power to create a society in my own vision, what would that look like? What kinds of activities would be at the forefront of culture? How would people treat each other? In what manner would business be conducted (if at all)? In what areas would the most energy be focused (i.e. education, health, etc.), write a list in order of importance? What kind of role models would be best for your ideal world? How does...

    Culture, Earth, Nation 1377  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Ideal Nation

    Polytechnic University of the Philippines COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Sta. Mesa, Manila Concept of an Ideal Nation Submitted to: PROF. PAYUMO Submitted by: BAQUIR, JHELYVE MYRIZ B. BBTE IV-2D Concept of an Ideal Nation Today, we all know that we lived in a modern technology and others would think that it is impossible for us to have a good nation. Well in fact it is, just look at other country like Hongkong and Singapore, both countries are not...

    Abu Dhabi, Aerosmith, Country 727  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Ideal Life

    Ava Morgan My Ideal Life My ideal life would be to get a scholarship at Cambridge University, and graduate with a PhD. After I graduate, I would like to become an environmental lawyer, specifying in wilderness preservation. I would continue to live in England until I think of a reason not to, and I will make my home there. I don’t want to get married right away, and especially not have children right away. I still want to be young and have fun- I don’t want to have a kid to take care...

    Marriage, Need, Want 1763  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Idea of the Ideal Family

    Essay 2: My Idea of the Ideal Family It amazes me how things change. When I was young I wanted a big family; now I feel lucky to have any family, but want everyone to be family. The way everything in life is constantly changing, what I believed as a child, even though it may be distorted in many ways now, but the basic concept I had of the world being a wonderful place, people getting along, being happy and good conquering evil is still very much alive. As life has progressed and so much has changed...

    Biology, Change, English-language films 1466  Words | 4  Pages

  • Race in My Community

    The people that move here either make it or they do not because of financial reasons. It is very hard to make a decent living here. To say it short and simple, a person can move up here with money or they learn to live paycheck by paycheck. Our community is mostly Caucasians and Hispanics. According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2000 the population of South Lake Tahoe was 31,884. In that number, 26,717 were White, 221 were African American, 274 were American Indian, 1,550 were Asian, and 6,792 were...

    California, Carson City, Nevada, High school 1399  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cultural Diversity in My Community

    Cultural Diversity in My Community Cindy Kirkland Cultural Diversity February 18, 2007 Chino a community being so diverse, there is not enough cultural awareness. Leaders in the community treat people friendly, because they either know them already or read their personalities. In a diverse community, it is essential that the members of that community be aware of other members in the community. Knowledge is power and people can learn a lot by just paying attention to the actions of...

    Culture, Ethnic group, Leadership 1867  Words | 5  Pages

  • Race and My Community

    13, 2013 Race and My Community I have wondered what it would be like if everyone in my community was the exactly the same as the next person. When I think about this I wonder how it would be different if we were all exactly the same race, from the same cultural background and the same ethnicity. Throughout my local community, Henderson, Nevada, many differences can be seen and I am thankful for that. The cultural differences and many races and ethnicities make this community what it is. Henderson...

    Community, Ethnic group, Las Vegas metropolitan area 1608  Words | 4  Pages

  • Racism in My Community

    Racism in My Community ETH125 04/21/11 Emily Keniston Racism in My Community My neighborhood is somewhat diverse and quite large. Even though you may see people of various nationalities, the population in my neighborhood is predominantly Latino and White. However, the town I live in is mainly Latino by 48.0%. The chart below shows the population by race within Round Lake Beach, IL. Black 4.3% Caucasian 35.2% Asian 3.0% Indian 1.3% Other 4.5% (Muni Net Guide, 2001) Most of the members...

    Community, Ethnic group, Hispanic and Latino Americans 1483  Words | 4  Pages

  • Race in my Community

     Race in My Community 1 Race in My Community University of Phoenix ETH/125 By Paula Nichols Instructor: Rebecca Mayernik Race in My Community 2 In the past two decades I have lived in the state of Michigan, in two different cities, both very unique. I have lived in Lansing, Michigan and Mount Pleasant, Michigan. These two cities...

    African American, Ethnic group, Michigan 1171  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cultual Diversity in My Community

    want to accept diversity into their community. My community, which is known as Princeton, was developed in the early 1800's, and we are one of those communities. The most common issues with cultural diversity are race and gender. Although the majority of people in my community feel that the days of cultural diversity are long gone, I would have to beg to differ with them and bring to their attention a few of the opposing issues that still occur here in our community. As our textbooks have taught...

    Affirmative action, Hispanic and Latino Americans, Minority group 1655  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Community ~ Cultural Diversity

    where. The majority of the members of my community do look like me. My community has been predominately white for many years. The total population for my neighborhood is 63,000 people. Of that number 34,500 are whites, 16,400 are African-Americans, 11,900 are Hispanic, 2,700 are Asians and 7,000 are other races. The only way that members of my community look the same as I do is that we are all creatures of God. When you talk about members of the community looking different from me then we get...

    Community, Ethnic group, Hispanic and Latino Americans 1438  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Ideal Computer

    Introduction My dream computer would have the ability to store all of my DVDs and music. I would also need to play them back, both on my computer and on my HDTV. My ideal computer would allow my family to play all the latest video games and use all the current and future software. My ideal computer would need to have plenty of memory for video games and hard drive space for storing my movies and music. The computer would also need to have an output for my big screen HDTV and with a surround sound...

    Accelerated Graphics Port, Athlon 64, Hewlett-Packard 1331  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Ideal Business

    My Ideal Business BUS/415 June 27, 2011 Nikki Chtaini My Ideal Business In order to open a business there are many details that need to be determined to protect the owner before opening. The parts of the business that need to be determined are: the legal form of entity, control of the business, taxation, and financing. The business I want to open is a full service Italian restaurant. The name of the restaurant will be Tony’s Italian Restaurant. In this paper I will explain the details...

    Business, Commercial law, Corporation 848  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Ideal Friend

    MY IDEAL FRIEND I was walking home from school. I was carrying my books and tonnes of homework home. I walked with a heavy stride with my head hanging down, unaware of the chatter and socialising going on around me. Spirits were low and I took my usual route home which usually takes me about 20 minutes. “What next? I have no idea what to do,” I told myself. Abruptly, I knocked into something and all my books and papers fell to the sidewalk. I lost my footing and went down on my knees...

    2005 albums, 2008 singles, Debut albums 988  Words | 3  Pages

  • Racial Issues in My Community

    Racial issues are an important part of any city in America today. America is a racially diverse country but still seems to have many problems as far as racial equality, race relations, and encouraging diversity. My community is in, what I think, is a fairly unique situation in terms of race. According to the census and other sources I found on the internet, the population of Fulton NY is 95.9% white. This seems to be quite different from many places in this country today. The city of Syracuse is...

    African American, Black people, Race 1312  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Ideal University

     My Ideal University: University of Pennsylvania ARTS 200 01 Art Appreciation Instructor: Dr. Igwe O. Kodilinye My Art Appreciation instructor, Dr. Igwe who is preferred to be addressed as Igboman will always say in class that we are all surrounded by art; starting from our parents beautiful houses, our colorful designed clothes, the pen will used in writing, the electronic...

    Art, Benjamin Franklin, Claire Fagin 1113  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Ideal Techer

    to help children learn. With an ideal teacher you’ll find that you have learnt something new at the end of every lesson. To do this, they must have a zest for their subject and teaching. Making children learn is easier than it sounds and a teacher will need many skills and the right personality. There is nothing worse than a monotonous, droning voice on a Monday morning or, in fact, at any time. I find that I learn more when the teacher has a pleasant voice. My last teacher at primary school had...

    Comedy, Defence mechanism, Education 908  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Ideal Career

    My Ideal Career Angela Bruce Davenport University HLTH 101 Introduction to Health Careers My Ideal Career I have two options for my life. I have the training that I had in the military that could send me into Aviation, or I could go into Health Information Technology. The stress in aviation could be a problem, and there will always be jobs in healthcare, I know I will go into one or the other, so I researched both and here is what I have come up with. Why I Chose to work in Aviation. We...

    Air traffic control, Air traffic controller, Bureau of Labor Statistics 990  Words | 3  Pages

  • my ideal school

    and Living Skills classes, we will be making props and costumes for our play. During these classes, we will collaborate with History lessons to make prop and costumes accurately according to the right periods. Seriously speaking, this project is ideal as it tests our application skills. Most of the time, we depend on our own research papers which we sustained from other sources, rather than referring to the textbooks, which only offer limited information. To me, it gave a satisfying feeling to delve...

    Dewey Decimal Classification, High school, Lunch 781  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Ideal Job as a Teacher

    capita income dictates the purchasing power of the community which does impact business closure based on information obtained from former business owners. Materials: 1. Listing of former business (Port Gibson Main Street) 2. Former Business Owners 3. Data from local school district 4. Data from United States Census Bureau 5. Spread sheet Procedure: 1. Interviewed former business owners 2. Obtained data from my local school district 3. Obtained data from Mississippi...

    Economics, Economy, Inflation 723  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Ideal Friend

    -1 Grant 1 Sharnell Grant Professor Neagle English 111 15 September 2010   We All Need Somebody to Lean On: My Ideal Friend According to Sharita Gadison, “Some friends come and go like a season, others are arranged in our lives for a reason. “ Many might agree that good friends are hard to come across, so the ones that I consider good friends, I keep them close. I know without a doubt the qualities that make a good friend.  A friend is someone who is dependable. When all else fails, it...

    Friendship, Interpersonal relationship 1581  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Ideal Home

    My ideal home. In the 1950s the average home was about 983 square feet and the average cost was around $8,450 Homes were usually built with two or fewer bedrooms and children shared bedrooms if needed. Closets were around two feet by eight feet---just big enough for your clothes. Bathrooms were built out of necessity and most homes managed with just one. It was a luxury to have a garage or a carport and the majority of homes in the 50s did not include any protection for a car. Central air conditioning...

    2000s drama films, Air conditioner, Air conditioning 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unemployment in My Community

    #2 Unemployment in my Community There are a lot of unemployed people in my community. The unemployment rate is going up every day in my community. It is causing a lot of problems, because people are losing their homes. I have three effective solutions that will decrease the rate of unemployment in my community. My three solutions are ...

    Employment, Inflation, Job hunting 711  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Ideal School

    My Ideal School One of my ultimate goals in life is to start a progressive school which focuses on developing a passion for living and self-knowledge in children. Schools nowadays have a rote, one-size-fits-all curriculum, which is conducive to learning for only a small percentage of students. My ideal school would be communication-based, blending aspects of social work, conflict resolution, team building, and traditional learning. Classes would be limited to fifteen students, a size small enough...

    Conflict resolution, Education, High school 1104  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Favorite Community Helper

    GLOBAL LESSON PLAN FORMAT Title of Lesson: My Favorite Community Helper Topic: Community Helpers Subject Areas: Language Arts, Social Studies, and Fine Arts Grade Level: 1st Grade Description or Outcome Statement: Students will listen to a haiku poem about a Construction Worker. Together, students will brainstorm and create a haiku poem about pilots. Then individually, students will create their own haiku poem about their favorite community worker. Specific Lesson Outcome Statement:...

    Assessment, Education, Educational psychology 834  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Ideal Leader

    There are many characteristics and qualities that come to mind when I consider the leaders in my life and the influence that they have had on my values, skills and knowledge of what makes an affective leader. In bringing together their various characteristics and qualities, I have a portrait of what an ideal leader can and should be (MoMIL [Mr. Or Mrs. Ideal Leader]). Characteristics and traits such as honesty and integrity, achievement and dependability, empathy and care instill a sense of respect...

    Coaching, Fiedler contingency model, Leadership 1032  Words | 3  Pages

  • How My Positive Outlook Benefits My Community

    How my Positive Outlook Benefits my Community 798 words A positive attitude helps me to cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. A positive attitude can bring optimism into one’s life, making it easier to avoid failure. If it is adopted as a way of life, it will bring constructive changes into my life as well as the lives of others making us happier, brighter, and more successful through inspiration. With my positive attitude I see the brighter side of life, becoming optimistic...

    Better, Emotion, Emotional intelligence 805  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Ideal Government

    MY IDEAL GOVERNMENT After reading both the Lao-tzu and Machiavelli, I believe that a good government should be concerned about the people more than themselves. Governments are built from the people to serve the people and to help make the world a better and safer place. Laws need to be put into place to help keep and control what happens and punish whom does not abide by those laws. Machiavelli and Lao-tzu both had good points on how a government should be run, but Machiavelli was too strict in...

    Fear, Government, Justice 968  Words | 3  Pages

  • My ideal vacation

    EN110-07 10 September 2014 My turning point in life Sometimes, the things that we can’t change end up changing ourselves; either for the better or for the worse. However, within my situation I changed for the better. It was one day after school, during my 7th grade year. I received a call from my mom while she was on her way to pick me up. She calmly says “Keena, I have news for you.” While on the phone, I beg her to tell me; but she refuses and demands me to wait. My anxiousness kept me impatient...

    Accept, English-language films, Family 1719  Words | 6  Pages

  • My ideal Society

    Those “Born on Third Base,” Wealth Comes Easy l. Introduction A. Attention Arnold Schwarzenegger is the perfect example of what we all strive for in the current America, The American dream that we all believe to be buried in the ground beneath us “My fellow American’s, this is an amazing moment for me. To think that once, a scrawny boy from Australia could grow up to be governor of California and stand in Madison square garden on behalf of the president of the united states. That is an immigrants...

    Ann Romney, Bain & Company, Bain Capital 1475  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Ideal School

    graduating. I had so many questions running through my mind. What will my teachers be like? Will the faculty be supportive? With all these questions, I started to feel intimidated by what was soon to come. I was worried that my teachers and I would not get along. I was terrified that my students would not understand me. What was I going to do if I was not able to be the kind of teacher I had hoped I would be? When the time came for me to begin my student teaching, all I could do was hope and pray...

    Classroom, Education, Educational psychology 1847  Words | 4  Pages

  • a healthy community

    class, I have learned some really great information about the physical and mental health of a community, and ways to better them. With the knowledge I have obtained, I will now design a community that I feel is healthy, and describe what it would look like. For starters, there are some factors that I have learned that make a healthy community. These are the physical factors: geography, environment, community size, and industrial development. The social and cultural factors are: beliefs, traditions...

    Better, Health, Health care 1069  Words | 3  Pages

  • My ideal school

    strength. Bright lights might make it difficult to concentrate whereas dim lights would make it difficult to see and possibly put everybody to sleep. In addition to the layout of the school, the layout of each classroom is also very imperative. In my opinion, the teacher’s desk should be at the front of the classroom so he or she may see all the students. Students’ desks would be spread out in a half-moon shape so students are facing the teacher. It would be difficult but I think that if the...

    2006 singles, Classroom, Debut albums 575  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community

    A Place of Safety It is important to be part of a particular community for the simple fact that one must feel welcomed by someone or something to live in prosperity. The Christian community has not played a major part in my upbringing; to me it is the most significant community. Belonging to this church has taught me several values such as living a moral life and being generous with time and money. Before becoming a part of the City of Refugee church, I found myself lost, which is the way most...

    Core issues in ethics, Ethics, Ethics in religion 1115  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Community & How It Shaped Me

    10th, 2012 Topic: My Neighborhood and its effect on me. D.O.B: December 24th, 1994 Unlike the suburbs yet a suburban mentality was instilled; the idea that how we appear to others and education is the key to social mobility, well, the legal key. Although I was born a child of the ghetto I learned that the ghetto is where I’m teenage mother in Kingston, Jamaica. I currently reside in Seaview Gardens a community that is said to be a ghetto, and don’t get me wrong, it is but it’s my suburb and it’s...

    Family, Girl, High school 1176  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community

    Definition of Community: (Sarason) “a readily available, mutually supportive networkd of relationships on which one could depend Definition of Psychological Sense of Community (Sarason) perception of similarity to others acknowledge interdependence with other… Types of Community: 1. Locality-Based Community * Includes city blocks, neighbors, small towns… * Interpersonal ties based on geographic proximity exist between members * Individuals identify themselves by their locality...

    Community, Community building, Human bonding 1062  Words | 5  Pages

  • community

    individuals: biological, psychosocial, environment and spiritual. Life course of the individual is based on person and environment: physical environment, culture, social institutions and social structure, families, small groups, formal organization, communities, and social movements. The Multitheoretical Approach The multi-theoretical approach brings together the following theories: feminist theory, social theory, learning theory, field theory, social exchange theory, cognitive-behavioral theory, psychoanalytic...

    Attachment theory, Developmental psychology, Human 1781  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Ideal Couple

    David S. Wollard Written English online Professor Brock 08/19/2014 The Ideal Couple Being the perfect couple or the ideal couple is what everyone in a relationship dreams about. A couple that has reached their 60th wedding anniversary is considered to be the ideal couple because they have been together for a long time and shows no intention of breaking up because they are so happy with each other. My relationship is a little different than most couples an here is the reason why. I belong...

    A Perfect Couple, I Decided, James 1666  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cultural Diversity and My Community: Coeur D'Alene, Idaho

    Cultural Diversity and My Community: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho S. Arellano ETH125/Cultural Diversity October 10, 2010 Juliet Meade Cultural Diversity and My Community: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Today when you look at the City of Coeur d’Alene you might see a beautiful city that appears to be a culturally diverse and place where everyone is welcome. However that has not always been the case in this community. The City of Coeur d’Alene has a history of being a plagued by a white supremacist group known...

    Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Culture, Discrimination 1501  Words | 4  Pages

  • Obama: Individual in the Community(Dreams of My Father)

    Professor Matt Tortora September 29, 2010 Dreams from My Father There are many barriers one must overcome, and to accomplish this, one must find their distinctiveness and take a key role in the community. Throughout the novel, Dreams from my Father by our current president Barrack Obama, Barrack demonstrates the true meaning of being an individual. He is highly active in his community, despite the fact that he is part of the black community. The economic, social, and historical developments are...

    A Great Way to Care, Barack Obama, Dreams from My Father 1916  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Healthy Community

    A healthy community is a place where people can prosper both physically and socially, reaching their full potential.  In these communities health promotion is adopted, and every member works at maintaining a healthy lifestyle free from injury, illness, and disease. These communities improve the quality of life of their inhabitants by providing its members with healthy, available, accessible, and affordable options. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014). These communities invest “in...

    Epidemiology, Health, Health care 1246  Words | 3  Pages

  • An Ideal Society

    AN IDEAL SOCIETY The world is a complicated place and today's standards of society make it even more difficult to live and act in one's own way. I sometimes wonder what life would be like if we could start all over and build a brand new society - a society that guarantees social justice for all groups and full rights to every individual. Would there be a way to make everything and everyone equal? From the beginning society has been judgmental in one way or another, rather it is through racism...

    Discrimination, Egalitarianism, Gender 1689  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ideal Society

    English & 101 October 18, 2010 Descriptive essay Every human known to man has their own views on what an ideal society should be like. Society is defined as a body of individuals living as members of a community. Many scholars and well known authors like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Thomas More express those ideas through public speaking or literary examples delivered to society. Although those ideas are just one person’s opinion about the subject matter. Others believe in the power of...

    Critical thinking, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mind 1408  Words | 4  Pages

  • How is the issue of abortion viewed by the females in my community?

    Caribbean Examination Counsel Social Study School Based Assessment Statement of problem: How is the issue of abortion viewed by the females in my community? NAME: Javon As cott TERRITORY:Jamaica TEACHER:Ms. Taylor Acknowledgement First I would like to say think to god for the knowledge of understanding to accomplish this school base assignment, in the same breath I would like to say thanks to Mrs Taylor and Mrs Newell for helping me to put together the information’s that I have attained...

    Abortion, Pregnancy 1268  Words | 6  Pages

  • How Community Benefits Teens

    How community benefits teenagers Brainstorming One hand---Teens need for independence, a separate identity, testing authority. Need friends and peers instead of parents to around of them. Another hand---Teens need to be guided and supervised properly So community center is a great place for teens 1. Teenager is a sensitive phase of grown up. Teens are full of energy and ambitious, too much confidence, rebel oriented, prefer to take adventure. They want to explode the world on their own...

    Adolescence, Educational psychology, Need 845  Words | 3  Pages

  • An Ideal Man

    Sophia Lopez Mrs. Beall English 11th December 9, 2014 An Ideal Man Life is not about gaining possessions, a good reputation or social life. There is much more to life than what meets the eye. Nothing in life will ever satisfy our human greed or desire, for the heart of man is constantly changing. Material things such as possessions, a good reputation, etc. may satisfy our desire, but only for a certain time because as soon as our heart changes we will want more and more and never be fully satisfied...

    Arnold Rothstein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Heart 1352  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Chrysalids - What Is a Ideal Mother?

    What Is An Ideal Mother? The purpose of motherhood is more than just the act of giving birth and keeping her offspring safe from danger. It is to ensure that her child does not just live, but rather thrives. In the novel, The Chrysalids by John Wyndham, the author uses an array of mother figures to portray his conception of an ideal mother. He does this by giving clear examples of characters that show both good and bad representations of motherhood. In this novel, the mothers are forced to choose...

    Child, David, Family 1286  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community

    Architectural Firm: CS STUDIO Year of implementation: 1996-1999 Client/ Organisation: Langa community, Western Cape Reason: Community empowerment What is the balance of power? During 1996 the Langa Development Forum asked CS Studio to work on a Cultural Centre to create a space for community and culture upliftment. Firstly, house hold surveys were undertaken to establish the needs of the community, workshops were then held with various local organisations of Langa, this was taken to large...

    Architecture, Arts, Arts and crafts 946  Words | 4  Pages

  • discourse community

    track from income statements to all the investments in the company or business. Reading and writing is found in many discourse communities, it can be a group that shares the same goals or interests. There are many ways in which we can incorporate our reading, writing, research and critical thinking skills that apply to our daily routine. I’ve developed in my understanding of my identity and how it has been shaped because of reading, writing, research, and critical skills. To weather its learning from...

    Communication, Literacy, Writing 1761  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Justice

    Is Community Justice a Factor in Traditional Correctional Functions? LaShawn McNair Professor Herbeck Criminal Justice and the Community April 15, 2012 When we hear the word corrections, most of us tend to think of a jail or prison. It is popularly believed that the function of corrections is merely to lock criminals up. Most of us don’t associate corrections with the community. The objective of my essay is to show the correlation between traditional correctional functions and community...

    Corrections, Crime, Criminal justice 1178  Words | 4  Pages

  • How My Community, School, and Nation Showed Support.

    accept our responsibility to our school, community, nation and our everyday life. I began my Senior year of high school like any other I thought that I would be spending the year cheerleading and planning for my senior prom never did I expect do be dealing with cancer. It was a Friday night I was at a high school football game and found myself having really bad headaches. I went home early that night and woke up afraid that I may have had a seizure. My mother took me to the hospital and at that...

    American football, Anxiety, High school 966  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teenage Pregnancy: Its Level and Causes in my Community

    and causes in my community. TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Acknowledgements Introduction Statement of the Problem Method of Investigation Instruments used to Collect Data Procedures used to Collect Data Presentation and Explanation of Data Interpretation of Data Findings Recommendations ACKNOLEDGEMENTS The research could not have been completed without the assistance of a number of persons. Firstly, I would like to say a big thank you to the residents in the community of Bamboo who...

    Abortion, Adolescence, Birth control 1303  Words | 6  Pages

  • my ideal world

    clean and unpolluted environment, and equal opportunities for everyone. Unfortunately, the world I love so much is not the world we live in. According A. P G abdul kalam Ideal socity start from person. If you are good persib society will good and if society is good nation will good.If nation is good world is good. The ideal tomorrow A person should strive to use every talent and skill they have, not only for their own benefit, but for the benefit of the whole world. Understand that society is...

    Deity, Discrimination, God 395  Words | 2  Pages

  • Portfolio of community practice

    Portfolio 1. Community is defined as a group of people who live in the same place or have a particular characteristic (Nelson & Prilletensky, 2005). Through this course, I have learnt that in community work community action, community development, social planning, community organisation and service extension are vital elements of community theory. I participated in community work as I engaged in educational non-profit mission in Korea community to improve the quality of education in primary schools...

    Community, Community economic development, Community practice 1769  Words | 6  Pages

  • fouding ideals

    It has been a constant struggle to live up to the ideals expressed in the declaration of independence, but no matter how hard we tried, it is somehow still difficult to meet these ideals, so did americans live up to the five founding ideals in the declaration of independence?. The answer to that question is both yes and no. but blah blah blah blah blah i just signed up so i can look at an essay and they making me do extra stuff no they saying my essay is to short so anyone reading this can ignore...

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  • Race and Your Community

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