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    Child violence is a topic which has exposed itself tremendously with both causes and effects; causes being, poor parenting, environment and exposure, and effects including depression, difficulties in school and criminal behavior. Most people try not to address poor parenting because it can be a very sensitive topic but, it is very important and lack of conversation or teaching can become an issue. We have all been somewhere and witness a child misbehaving and the parent not reprimanding their

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    things, is affecting everyone, even if you do not notice it directly. That is when it can hurt the most. It is affecting agriculture all around the world which means, our food sources, economy, and many other important parts of life are feeling the effect of climate change. From what we know today, Africa, Latin America, and South Asia together, in 2011, accounted for approximately ninety-five percent of the world’s agricultural population. Other places, however, in Northern European, Asian, and American

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    Effects of Stress Stress is a reaction to a situation when presented with a challenge, everyone experiences stress at some point. “Stress can lead to emotional, psychological and even physical problems - including heart disease, high blood pressure, chest pains or irregular heartbeats.” (Nahrendorf) While its effects vary the overall three main effects occur from stress being mental instability, eating habits, and the body physically. The most common effect of stress comes in the form of muscle

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    around us daily, but the question is why? The answer to all the “why” questions is the bystander effect. The bystander effect is a social psychological scenario where a person who is in an urgent situation is not given any help by the people around due to the discourage from the presence of others (whatispsychology.biz, 2017). Social psychologists, John Darley and Bibb Latane, introduced the bystander effect in the 1960s after the murder of Kitty Genovese, a young woman who was stabbed to death outside

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    Autism: Cause and Effects “Autism is a disorder characterized by severe difficulties in social interaction and communication and with unusual behaviors.” (Dr. David Pauls 2003). This disorder is assumed to be caused by genetics, environmental toxins and/or prenatal care. (Harvard Medical School 2013). Social behaviors/interactions affected by Autism is the ability to process learning, communication and family/peer relationships. Autism is a disorder in which its cause makes it impossible to prevent

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    bullying, sarcastic comments and withdrawn support the effects lower the dignity of those involved in the violence. Horizontal violence has specific effects to the student nurses and those who are still new in the profession (Howe, 2001). The violence discourages new nurses in their professional growth because their capacity to learn and develop is slowed down. The focus of our group work is to find out the cause of this violence and the effects on nurses and patients they attend The problem has led

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    some point throughout their college experience; however, the cause of the stress can vary by student. Some of the causes of stress on college students can be tests, homework, home life, social life, and jobs. Many times, college students have all or most of these causes piled on top of one another; therefore, giving them extremely high levels of stress. There are many negative effects of stress on college students. To begin, one effect of stress on college students is physical health problems. Some

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    There are many causes and effects of stress on young high school students. The homework load on students can cause stress, Time management is a factor if stress, and Peer pressure is a big cause of stress for high school students. The stress on students in high school can greatly affect their academic performance, it will eventually affect their attitude, and it's going to have a great effect on their mental and physical health. In the next few paragraphs, I will be explaining the causes of stress on

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    Causes and Effects of Global Warming Global warming is the heating of the earth at an unnatural pace due to humans. The world regularly undergoes eras of warming and cooling, the current event is due to humans and is happening more rapidly than ever before. Bill Freedman (2014) stated that, "...increases in global temperatures are due to human activity (i.e., not due to solar variations, volcanic activity, cyclic warming or cooling trends, etc.) …" This means that the warming of the earth is

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    silence of our friends” this quote develops the idea that friends standing up and speaking up for the victim is more valuable than silence in the moment and they're comfort when no one else is present. Bullying in school affects the students as it may cause distractions or long term problems among children. Depending on how bystanders respond, they can either contribute to the problem or the solution when it comes to the initial conflict. Some people genuinely do not know what to do to help, others fear

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