Social polarization is associated with the segregation within a society that may emerge from income inequality, real-estate fluctuations, economic displacements and more. and result in such differentiation tha
This was a very interesting topic and mini-essay to read bout and I think you have some more things that you can implement and introduce to your writing, but good job. As your doing this make sure to hold your head up and don’t forget about your word choice that shows some confidence.
I agree with you, Dominic. I also believe that the reason for lower concussion rates for people in high school to college is because as you grow in a certain sport you tend to figure out shortcuts and have more skill. Some kids in high school could also be taking the sport for fun and not trying to look into the behind the scenes of the sport and…[Read more]
Should students be able to use cell phones during class periods? A lot of teenagers and parents have this concern in the back of their minds. This is a question a lot of students and teachers also have asked t
In my perspective I agree with interviewing the more quiet and “behind the scenes” type people. It will be a good chance for them to overcome their fear of speaking out and putting themselves out into the world. Every person no matter who or in what circumstance will have a sort of story to tell that can interest anyone. Good idea! here is another…[Read more]
I feel that because of the other non drinking related topics may be at a lowered age, and can still be dangerous, many more people would be under the impression of drinking and driving which can lead to more deaths per year in motor vehicles. But if used responsibly and in a safe scene around safe and cautious people then it could be a…[Read more]
Gun Violence is the second leading cause of death in America for children, teens, and adults behind motor vehicles. Nearly 17,00 children and teens die by gun homicide every year. For kids under the age of 13
Gender discrimination may encompass sexism and is discrimination toward people based on their gender identity or their gender or sex differences. Gender discrimination is especially defined in terms of workplace
Texting while Driving is a very dangerous thing that has began to get more popular in this generation it seems, and it doesn’t look like it’s getting better. Civilians that drive around occupied by their smartphone put not only themselves, friends, or family in danger but the other around them.…[Read more]
I agree with what this user is saying. The middle class seems to be looked over and not owed what they are due. The middle class, which are the harder workers, help to make things happen and I think they should be reexamined and should be given their fair equity.
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