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Adverse Effects Associated With American Adults Who Experienced Corporal Punishment As Adolescents
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5 pages in length. The application of corporal punishment – infliction of physical punishment upon the body – in contemporary American schools has been virtually stamped out of existence over the past several years due to notion of human rights and what is considered to be acceptable discipline by today's standards. Present-day disciplinary methods strive to impart a sense of mental reinforcement – both positive and negative – in order for the student to learn right from wrong, leaving the physical hands-on approach of corporal punishment as nothing more than a distant memory of times when bodily harm was the only employable method. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCCorpP.rtf

Affirmative Action in Higher Education
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This 5 page paper looks at the history of affirmative action with a focus on higher education. Examples are given. Well known cases and applicable laws are noted. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Affirmative Action In Higher Education: Supreme Court Ruling
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7 pages in length. The writer discusses recent University of Michigan case decisions where affirmative action was ruled acceptable with regard to admission policies. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCAfAcSup.rtf

Affirmative Action: Pros and Cons
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7 pages in length. Lists the pros and cons of affirmative action; includes two charts, plus debate on whether or not affirmative action actually is working as it was planned. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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African Americans' College Enrollment
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An 8 page research proposal seeking to determine why more African American students do not seek college admission. Black and white Americans enjoyed momentary equality in terms of enrollment in colleges and universities in 1976. That equality was short lived as disparities grew until 1982, when the racial gap between African American and white students grew to 10 percent. All college enrollment has increased in recent years; African American students have made the greatest gains among minority students. By 2003, the racial gap had declined to less than 8 percent and 54.8 percent of all African American students completing high school entered college during their first year after high school. There is some evidence that the state of the national economy may be a predictor of African American college enrollment, but there is also evidence that African American students are discouraged from attending college in the form of negative messages regarding likelihood of success. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Includes an abstract.
Filename: KSeduAfAmColl.rtf


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