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Pages: 7
Words: 1548
Rating: 5,0

Governmental approach to address Black Lives Matter movement

Introduction The recent increased extrajudicial killings that have claimed lives of the Black Americans have triggered public and civil rights outrage. As a result, there has…

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Subject: Philosophy
Pages: 3
Words: 562
Rating: 4,3

Ethics reflection

The role of experts in many court cases has proven to be the bone of contention in many court cases, especially forensic psychologists who at times…

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Subject: Political
Pages: 5
Words: 1356
Rating: 4,4

Ethical issue: NSA surveillance

The NSA Data Gathering is the issue that creates both numerous possibilities for the safety protection and various implications in civil and legislative fields. Particularly, the…

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Subject: Health Care
Pages: 3
Words: 817
Rating: 4,9

The moral status of abortion

Introduction Jessica, Marco, Maria, and Dr. Wilson are facing an incidence of fetal abnormality. Dr. Wilson’s examination of Jessica’s pregnancy reveals the possibility of abnormality with…

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Subject: Technology
Pages: 4
Words: 1112
Rating: 4,7
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Essay on cyber ethics

Cyber ethics entails the study of the rules that govern the use of the internet. The internet makes the world seem like a global relationship or…

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Subject: Business
Pages: 6
Words: 1629
Rating: 5,0

Significance of doctorate in education to my legal career

I learn, therefore, I am human. I grew up knowing that going to school is a universal norm across the world. It is cultivated in children…

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Subject: Sociology
Pages: 8
Words: 2183
Rating: 4,9

Oklahoma City bombing

Introduction The images have been eternally entrenched in our minds; charred and twisted metal scorched burning cars, as well as pouring black smoke. There were also…

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Subject: Health Care
Pages: 9
Words: 2387
Rating: 4,7

Public health program in developing countries

In the late 1970s, there was a paradigm shift in the way the world thought about and responded to ‘health’ (Lerberghe, 2008) following a legacy of…

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Subject: Health Care
Pages: 3
Words: 808
Rating: 4,4

Texas and the Patient Protection

With the enactment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), every American citizen is required to enroll in this program to get the medical benefits. The ACA…

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