Lynne Spears

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  • Britney Spears Cultural Perspective

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    As a thirty-five year old, Caucasian female, Britney came from an unstable home life. Britney Spears experienced major successes in her life, but went through some major losses. As a group, we are analyzing the period in Spears’s life that she seemed to break away from social norms and had odd behaviors: such as alcohol abuse, drug abuse, vulgar public actions, and changes to her appearance. We intend to approach this period in her life with a sociocultural perspective in order to get to the root

  • The During Battle And The War Wars

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    believed later on the setup was changed to fit four horses. On the right side of the chariot, the driver’s job was to control the horses and to get the warrior in the best position to make his attacks. His attacks could be made with a bow and arrow, spear, mace, sword or dagger, however the bow was normally a prime choice for the average warrior. A typical warrior riding into battle was in full armor and ready to defend his chariot at all costs. The use of chariots spread very quickly as their

  • Winterbourne View and Baby P Essay

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    Winterbourne View and Baby P In reports for both Winterbourne View and Baby P, there are serious failures from all care providers in ensuring safe and adequate care and safeguarding of the individuals involved. The serious failures and issues range from a lack of communication and reporting, to physical and mental abuse (in the case of Winterbourne View), and a lack of training and acceptance of responsibility in both cases. Winterbourne View: Winterbourne View, a private residential home

  • My Report on an Issue/Area of Public Concern Related to the Care Profession – the Death of Baby P.

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    My report on an issue/area of public concern related to the care profession – The death of Baby P. The issue/area of concern raised in this report is as to how Peter’s death happened in the first place. Peter Conelly also known as ‘Baby P’ was born in London, on the 1st March 2006, he sadly died on the 3rd August 2007 age 17 months. He died after receiving/suffering more than 50 injuries over a period of 8 months. During this time he was repeatedly seen by Haringey’s Children’s Services and

  • Compare And Contrast The Spanish And Aztecs

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    to their beloved gods. They believed if they did not sacrifice people the gods would get angry and the world would end. Other reasons to go to war were that they could expand their territory, and collect resources. The Aztec threw scattered wooden spears to disperse the enemy troops, come in and knock out the dispersed enemy warriors. The Spanish had a very different approach to war the Spanish tried to peacefully negotiate and discover the most powerful. When the Spanish found the strongest colony

  • Spartans Military And The Spartan Military Vs. Roman Military

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    Spartans Military (Greece) vs. Rome Military " War. War never changes. Since the dawn of humankind, when our ancestors first discovered the killing power of rock and bone, blood has been spilled in the name of everything from god to justice to simple psychotic rage" (Howard). When you think about all the armies that have walked this earth the first two you might think of are the Spartan Warriors and the Roman Legionnaires. With both empires so vastly iconic they share a lot of ideas such as their

  • Alexander the Great: What Made Him So Great

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    phalanx was the syntagma that was usually 16 men deep. Each of these soldiers was armed with the sarrissa, which was a 13-21-foot spear. In formation, the first five of these ranks held their sarissas horizontally facing the advancing enemy, with each of these five ranks being squished together, practically on each others heels. The residual 11 ranks either rested their spears on the shoulders of the men in front of them or they held their sarissas vertically. Due to the unfamiliarity with this formation

  • The Loe Revolution : The Hoplite Revolution

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    Greece and most of their soldiers were forced to join the military. Despite the views, The Hoplite Revolution was influential because they it marked a turning point in the military evolution before, there was no organized formation, just heroic with spears,bows,slings, and chariots. Moreover, the Hoplites were created in 675 B.C. and the rise of the them occurred when metal became cheaper a lot cheaper in the bronze age, so then more hoplites were being enlisted and they promised them political rights

  • Death of Baby P Essay examples

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    Death of Baby P Peter Connelly also known as Baby P was a British 17-months old boy who died in London in August 2007 after suffering more than 50 injuries over the eight-months period, during which he was repeatedly seen by Haringey Children’s Services, NHS Health Professionals and the Police; all who committed a catalogue of errors which led to the Death of Baby P at the hand of his mother and her sadistic boyfriend (Mr H Baker). According to the two Serious Case Review (SCR) released by the

  • Research Safeguarding Case Studies and the Outcomes Essay

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    “Research safeguarding case studies and the outcomes.” Baby P. Baby P was a 17 month-old boy who died in 2007 after suffering a series of injuries. He suffered from over 50 injuries within a period of 8 months. In December 2006 a GP noticed bruising on Peter’s hands and chest. Baby P’s mother, Tracey Connelly, was arrested and the care of Baby Peter was handed over to a family friend, however Baby P returned to his mother in January 2007. Within a period of a few months Baby P was admitted to hospital