Throughout the book we learn about not only her mental illnesses but also the illnesses of the other patients. This book opened my eyes to many new things. Before reading this book all I knew about mental institutions was that that’s where the crazy people are sent. After reading this book I have concluded that there is so much more to it. This book showed me that a mental institution hospital is not a joke, but a place where people can go to get serious help.
These helped paint a picture of how the internees felt while being held in camps. I also discovered many secondary sources on reliable websites to find more information about my topic. I also conducted an interview with former internee Jane Hideko Inouye which gave me lots of detailed information and personal opinion. This was one of my best sources because of the events described
The author provides many specific examples that helped the reader understand the main points. The publisher of the book Does Stress Damage the Brain? is W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. This is a reliable source because it is a written book that is from an online database. The author is also a professor at Emory University School of Medicine which adds to the credibility of the information.
In Elizabeth Swoboda 's "Iritual Sault", she claims that cyberbullies use the psychology of online communities to attack and hurt other people and she gives ways to combat these bullies. The advancement of technology has given so much to the development of this world, yet many people choose to abuse this technology to harm others through a bullying called "cyberbullying". Swoboda gives an example of cyberbullying that talks about a young lady named Caitlyn Seida who was chastised for posting a picture of her wearing a Lara Croft costume to a Halloween costume party. Seida was a victim of cyberbullying. Swoboda, throughout the article, talks about problem that is cyberbullying and how it is affecting our children, our communities, and the world.
Reading the first couple of pages in the first chapter was interesting and deep explaining in a cellular level how our bodies work. Then again she would tease in every other pages on how the Essentircs would benefit from a lot of slips in the body. I think I would have skimmed through the book if she did not explain the success of Essentrics and what it does. Overall it was well written and how the information was written caught my eye and kept me
Provide supporting community and scientific/authoritative evidence, for example, Healthy People 2020, CDC, AHA, other. Remember to cite sources as appropriate. Risk of alcohol abuse was chosen because the community is aware of the problem and understand the severity of the outcomes if the problem is unresolved. The community health nurse, and but other community workers can help resolve this problem. Alcohol is the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States.
I picked this article people it spoke about and explained stereotype threat in an educational and scientifically way, while still making it easy to understand. Even though it was a long article, it made sure that every part was clear and concise in its explanation. Since this article gave a simple explanation for stereotype threat, I used it in my paper as I tried to define stereotype threat. Even though it was only quoted once this article really helped in my understanding of what stereotype threat was and therefore helped me to expand on it throughout my
I was worried about using primary data, as this could have caused biased answers from interviewees from drug programmes etc and I wanted to construct a honest and clear presentation of the analysis. An advantage of using secondary data is that it is cost efficient and more accessible, as this dissertation relies heavily on prison data and government practices. It would be harder to access this infor-mation on a primary basis. For my study it has proven to be the best analysis approach for this research question as the data I have analysed was accessed from the university library and internet access. When accessing the internet for certain data I have been extra cau-tious that the information has come from a reliable source, due to the data being available from a variety of government departments, I know that the information is accurate and relia-ble.
The Stanford prison experiment is renowned since it gave valuable information about how human beings react in different situations. I have been studying psychology in school and I remember this experiment catching my attention and therefore it was a clear choice for me to make a paper about. In psychology, there are many perspectives that explain human beings’ behaviour. But what I find attention-grabbing in this experiment is that no matter what perspective you look from, this is gives us a hindsight how human beings tend to act in groups. All sources I have used in this paper, are from the Internet.
Although the internet has become an excellent environment for ideas and thoughts, it has become a common ground for cacophony of misery. Society need to comprehend the necessity of countering the dilemma of cyber bullying head on, before it advances and other issues