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Gender Norms and Identity Among Young Children
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From the moment babies are born, most parents treat boys and girls differently. One study says that parents have different expectations for boys and girls as early as 24 hours from birth, according to Susan D. Witt of the University of Akron.... (more »)
Fireside Poets
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=The Fireside Poets are popular writers from the Romantic Literary Period. The Romantic Period focuses on the individual and sees nature as good. The Fireside Poets got their name because their poems were typically read by families beside a fire... (more »)
Ownership- American Dream or Downfall?
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For thousands of years, philosophers have considered the importance of owning something and how it relates to one’s identity. The definition of and views towards ownership differ across cultures, peoples, and time periods. Thinkers such as Plato... (more »)
Parenting Styles
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Growing up, people are exposed to various parenting styles through friends, relatives, the media and even variations within most households. For the most part parenting styles can be classified into three categories including: strict parenting,... (more »)
The Academic Giants: British vs American
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Which system is better in terms of education, the British meaning the Cambridge examination or the American. It’s a very complicated topic and I would like to share my views on it, having studied under both. I’ve talked to various people who... (more »)
The Scarlet Letter: Hester Prynne
In The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Hester Prynne commits many sins which affect her life in many ways. She has to wear the letter A on her bosom, which was known as the scarlet letter. The A stood for adultery. Living in a Puritan... (more »)
The Situation in Ukraine This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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You’ve almost assuredly heard of the current situation in the Ukraine. But do you know the whole story? News about Ukraine can be repetitive and full of false and hyperbolic information. So, what’s the real story? Ukraine’s history is... (more »)
Put down the Phone or Get off the Road
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I think most people can say that they have texted while they were driving at least once in their life. Laws have been made in an attempt to stop people from texting while driving, but some people still do it. Texting while driving not only puts us... (more »)
History of Piercing
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Piercings are much more than a small hole, or fistula. This Body Modification was the first among humans, and could have been one of the first basic forms of expression and culture among primitive peoples. Adornment of the body can be very... (more »)
Marijuana
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Marijuana is a mixture of the dried and shredded leaves, stems, seeds, and flowers of the cannabis sativa plant. Marijuana has a chemical in it called delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, better known as THC, and about 400 other chemicals. How strong the... (more »)
Gay-Straight Alliance Only for Gays?
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Many Schools in the United States have a safe, caring, and informational club for those who support and are part of the LGBTQ+ community; most of these clubs are called Gay-Straight alliance or G.S.A. Many students and even faculty don’t know... (more »)
Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar Disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. Bipolar has developed and changed throughout the past 100... (more »)
Devours
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In Texas, visiting my brother I stepped in a pile of sand not knowing what dwelled beneath. The second my shoe hit the ground, a swarm of red ants two centimeters in size poured out to defend their home. My right foot was covered in these vengeful... (more »)
Bonnie Parker, Innocent Until Proven Guilty
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The most wanted criminals in the 1930’s were Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. Many people would not believe that before Bonnie met Clyde she was straight laced and she obeyed the law.After they met Bonnie entered a world of crime.She was a... (more »)
Myths and Misconceptions About Bipolar Disorder
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In America, bipolar disorder affects approximately 5.7 million people that are 18 or older in a given year (National Institute of Mental Health).. That is about 2.7% of the American population, a large amount and yet many are still so ignorant to... (more »)
More Than the Fence is Whitewashed
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Throughout history, many groups of people have been oppressed and mistreated. These minorities, who fought for equality and acceptance for themselves, have been severely underrepresented in American literature. Finding accurate minority... (more »)
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