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    The small campus of Orange County Community College has multiple groups to join, there is one group I would like to join and one group that I would not want to join. The one group that piques my interest the most to join is the Gay Straight Alliance. One of the main reasons that this group interests me is the fact that it is an organization made for the LGBT community, and I really connect with that. Due to me being part of the gay community, joining an organization that tries to make a peaceful

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    of Social Acceptance College students who choose to join fraternities or sororities do so because of their need for social acceptance. I am personally against fraternities and sororities. I feel that it is money spent for the purpose of “buying” friends. There are many ways to meet interesting people other than devoting all of your time and money to a club in order to do so. Perhaps the people who join these groups have low self-esteem, social anxiety, or feel that the best way to

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    Questions: 1. Which group did you choose? Why did you pick that group? The group I chose is “Goth culture”. The main reason I chose this group “Goth culture” is because I want to know why they always wear everything black dresses no other colors and I want to learn about their subculture what kind of work they do and what kind of music they listen to. 2. What is the dominant identity of the group? The dominant identity of the “Goth culture” is very different from many other cultures such as

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    Young People Join Gangs

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    Gonzalez Torres Sergio A. Banda Sociology 101 October 16, 2017 Why Young People Join Gangs and What You Can Do According to the article, Why Young People Join Gangs and What You Can Do, today's gangs are portrayed by their variety in region, group, and their engagement in criminal or delinquent activities. In today's society, people are more conscious of the gangs forming all around the world. Many different ethnic and socioeconomic groups make up gangs and most gang members lean to be adolescents or

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    LinkedIn Group We’ve just covered why it is smart to join a LinkedIn Group, but if you want to take your experience on the platform to the next level, why not start your own? Here are some of the best tips for setting up a group that is poised for success, gaining membership that will make the group active, and keeping the group active throughout “dead” times. Setting up The Group As we’ve already said, there are over 2 million LinkedIn Groups currently, with over 200 million LinkedIn users to join them

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    Psychology Of Groups

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    The thought of sitting in a room filled with people who have similar interests and enjoy each other’s company seems a lot better than being alone, and not being included in the cluster of people. There are many reasons why people may want to join groups and Bill Wasik, who writes “My Crowd Experiment: The Mob Experiment” talks about some of the reasons why it seems interesting to join one. People may want to join groups because they will not be bored, it can allow someone to accomplish many things

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    Hate groups such as the Creativity Movement, Kingdom Identity Ministries, and the Ku Klux Klan have a long history of racism, hatred, and radicalism. At first glance, a deep hatred towards a particular race or religious group seems to be the main, or only, reason that a person would join one of these groups, however, there are many factors aside from race that contribute to the decision to join a hate group. These additional factors include financial situations, the need to simplify a complicated

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    Az Timber Research Paper

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    For my engagement assignment, I decided to join the club AZ Sabers. I didn’t join this club just because I had to fill a requirement, but because I actually wanted to. I chose to join this club because the whole idea of it sounded cool. I mean doesn’t fighting people with light sticks sound like a good idea? I first discovered this club at passport to ASU and I decided to join with a couple of my friends, which made it less nerve wracking to go into, compared to going in without knowing anybody.

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    Groups such as the Masons, the Church of Scientology, and political parties can be considered cults that share different ideologies. In addition, cults have the ability to influence society in terms of changing an individual’s perspective on certain things. Furthermore, people seem to show a strong interest in the mysteries behind cults despite the dangerous aspect of joining a cult. Over the years, the number of individuals joining cults has increased. To understand this a bit more, Dr. Adrian Furnham

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    Ludeke believes MLO is a gang and his article develops a convincing argument. According to the STEP Act, a gang is: Any ongoing organization, association, or group of three or more persons . . . having as one of its primary activities the commission of one or more of the criminal acts enumerated in paragraphs (1) to (25), inclusive, or (31) to (33), inclusive, of subdivision (e), having a common name or common identifying sign or symbol, and whose members individually or collectively engage in or

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