Caleb Gumbs Dr. Craig Sophomore Seminar October 31, 2014 The Psychological Effects of Caffeine Consumption An Annotated Bibliography Luebbe, Aaron M., and Debora J. Bell. " Mountain Dew® Or Mountain Don 't?: A Pilot Investigation Of Caffeine Use Parameters And Relations To Depression And Anxiety Symptoms In 5Th- And 10Th-Grade Students."
“Native American food - North America - pemmican and succotash – Quatr. Us Study Guides.” Quatr.us Study Guides, 27 Dec. 2017, quatr.us/nativeamerican/native-american-food-north-america.htm. Wells, Julia.
Dwyer. He is an author of six nonfiction novels and a former History Chair at a college preparation school. In his article, published by The New American, he takes his readers through the journey of being a Cherokee Indian walking the Trail of Tears. Written all in first person point of view, he describes the relationship the Indian had with the white men, the trade made between them, the finding of gold, death, and exile, and the Indian territory. Because of the writing style, Dwyer makes up characters with thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and facts the Indians might have known.
To my understanding, AA is a fellowship composed of men and woman seeking a common goal to combat alcoholism through abstinence and the only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking. A recent study conducted by ________sought to discover what AA has to offer individuals with Alcoholism and how they perceive this twelve step program. Participants for this study included 187 respondents (36 females and 63 males) out of 500 invited to conduct an online survey. Invitations
Brave Heart, Maria Yellow Horse, et al. “Historical Trauma Among Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Concepts, Research, and Clinical Considerations.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, vol. 43, no. 4, 2011, pp. 282-290.
More specifically the aim was to investigate what effect 40% and 70% ethanol solutions had on a B. Vulgaris cell membrane and then compare them to the same test with distilled water. It was hypothesised that the ethanol solution would increase the membrane permeability. From the results the hypothesis can be supported. Cell membranes are a core aspect of understanding cells which helps to understand humans and other living creatures. Therefore the topic of cell membranes has been extensively researched, meaning that there is no limit to information and sources of information of the subject.
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION The purpose of this study will be to determine the effectiveness of influenza information, received from the Fresno State Student Health and Counseling Center, on influenza vaccination rates of college-aged (18 to 24 year old) students. For the purpose of this study, the researcher will examine the demographic variables of race/ethnicity, gender, health insurance coverage, and age. Seasonal influenza (“Flu”) is a viral infection that can lead to morbidity and mortality among those infected by it (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2014a). According to the World Health Organization (2014) influenza affects everyone, regardless of age.
Lastly, Protestants thought the culture of drinking conflicted their religious morals. The eighteenth Amendment, which prohibited alcohol, was ratified on January 16th, 1920. An illegal alcohol market rose as a result. “Bathtub gin” was made with stills people bought from hardware stores, and “rumrunners” illegally transported alcohol. In 1924, rumrunners smuggled an estimated $40 million worth of liquor.
Native Americans; Then and Now In the Sherman Alexie’s novel The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, a young boy named Junior faces many struggles in life as a result of his Native American background. Before America was actually known as America, it was inhabited by the Native Americans. However, the Spaniards came to America and took control of their land. By understanding the information given in this novel, we can link it to the history of Native Americans and how modern day Native Americans’ lives are an outcome of previous colonization.
How Alcohol Affected the Native Americans Many people prefer to keep silence about the alcohol abuse among their relatives. Substance abuse ruins live, destroys strong relationships even and leads to dysfunctional families’ appearance all over the world. The Native Americans suffered from the harmful effect of alcohol on a global scale. Since the beginning of time, the first nation of the New World used to live a healthy lifestyle. As the first invaders come to Columbia and brought the alcohol with them, the aborigines were not able to realize the aftermaths of dipsomania.
Writer Sherman Alexie has a knack of intertwining his own problematic biographical experience with his unique stories and no more than “The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven” demonstrates that. Alexie laced a story about an Indian man living in Spokane who reflects back on his struggles in life from a previous relationship, alcoholism, racism and even the isolation he’s dealt with by living off the reservation. Alexie has the ability to use symbolism throughout his tale by associating the title’s infamy of two different ethnic characters and interlinking it with the narrator experience between trying to fit into a more society apart from his own cultural background. However, within the words themselves, Alexie has created themes that surround despair around his character however he illuminates on resilience and alcoholism throughout this tale.
Andrade, Heather Russell. “Revising Critical Judgments of ‘The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man.’” African American Review, vol. 40, no. 2, 2006, pp. 257–270. Accessed 11 Nov 2016