Juvenile Delinquency

Various questions have continued to plague the US justice system as to whether the law should treat juvenile and adult offenders differently. With more violent actions of juvenile offenders making headlines, the controversial debates continue to intensify. In this paper, we will discuss the subject of juvenile justice. The discussion will borrow from a related court case reported in a news article.

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Assessment and Treatment

Guilt affects one's relationship with their partner, and one’s attempts to deal with it can become a serious problem. Guilt is a source of unrelenting pain, anger, and resentment, which could cause depression and hinder one from fulfilling obligations in a relationship.

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Anemia

Anemia is among the most common blood conditions. Individuals suffering from it have too few or abnormal red blood cells. This means that the level of hemoglobin production is also low and the body tissues do not get enough oxygen. As a result, a person shows symptoms like fatigue, headaches, and difficulties in breathing.

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Case study on Lakewood, Colorado

The Belmar Project was a redevelopment scheme that began almost 10 years ago in Lakewood, Colorado. The vision of the developers was to renew a former suburban commercial stronghold and bring a new urbanism to the city of Lakewood. Belmar district is a densely populated area (with a population of 1.5 million) located to the west of the city of Denver.

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Children in Photojournalism

The scope of journalism is a multidimensional, creative and responsible activity. The controversial nature of journalistic performance is usually connected with a dilemma of necessity to represent the real facts with the maximal objectivity and subjective reflection of a journalist that the majority of articles tend to bear.

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