Violence on TV programs
Television programs andmovies that depict violence among teenagers are extremely popular. Given howinfluential these media are, we have good reason to believe that thesedepictions cause young people to engage in violent behavior. Hence, depictionsof violence among teenagers should be prohibited from movies and televisionprograms, if only in those programs and movies promoted to young audiences.
教员要关注 社会/工业界 发展
It is beneficial for aprofessor who teaches Electronic engineering to be active in industrial worldas well. Therefore, he can always keep conscious about the major difference ofresearch directions in industrial world and academic world, and he can refinehis courses in time to make it keep pace with the industrial advancement.Consequently, the students can learn more practical knowledge and instructionsfrom the faculty, and benefit themselves when they step into society aftergraduation.
Africa and the developingworld are facing an HIV/AIDS crisis equated by the U.S. surgeon amounts to theplague that decimated Europe in the fourteenth century.
As availablepharmaceuticals are quite expensive, it is impossible for millions of infectedpeople in developing countries to accept existing AIDS treatments, and thusthey are sentenced to preventable deaths.
The U.S. should cancel theforeign debts of the poorest countries, give up the intellectual propertyrights, and give a license to WT0 to produce the essential medicines anddistribute them widely to those in need in the developing world.
Finally, it should bereiterated that although access to essential medicines is of criticalimportance, much more must also be done to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS andto improve treatment of those infected.
The Lakers left the courtin pieces. Karl Malone kept his head down, Shaquille O'Neal absently slapped afew high-fives and Kobe Bryant jogged in late, encased in his own thoughts. TheDetroit Pistons defeat the Los Angeles Lakers to win the NBA Finals this year.The stunning victory is the triumph of teamwork over talent and collaborationover celebrity.
For example, students mightattempt to paraphrase to convey information obtained from research but fail tocite their sources. Or they might fail to identify passages as quotations whenthey are conducting research for a writing project and later treat the passageas though it were a paraphrase. In still other cases, students will knowinglyattempt to pass off the work of other writers as their own.(剽窃的类型)
Students often feel theneed to cheat or plagiarize when they don't understand an assignment or conceptor when they don't have the time to adequately prepare for turning in anassignment . Offering ample time in class for questions or doing one-on-one conferencesoutside of class with students can help alleviate this feeling. However,students often cheat and plagiarize because it's easy or they think they won'tget caught.(剽窃的原因)
During the era well-knownas the Renaissance, Europe emerged from the economic stagnation of the MiddleAges and experienced a time of financial growth. Also, and perhaps mostimportantly, the Renaissance was an age in which artistic, social, scientific,and political thought turned in new directions.
As we face the threat ofwar and terrorism, the economic downturn, and our own personal struggles andlosses, we may need additional help coping from time to time.
The heinous on September 11terrorist attacks in Washington and New York is a disaster.
Any act of internationalterrorism is a threat to international peace and security and should becondemned.
All states should preventthe financing of terrorism, deny safe haven to terrorists, and cooperate undera common set of obligations in the fight to end international terrorism.
The collapse of Enron isthe biggest crash in corporate history. This is not just an isolated financialscandal. Enron made a large number of donations to Bush and the Republicans inexchange with the government's support in energy policy.
One need look no furtherthan the application of euthanasia. To deprive other's lives is widely recognizedas illegal and criminal behavior; however, euthanasia is not crime butbenevolence. From time to time some patients are hopeless as their diseases arecureless at that time, they can not bear the afflictions of the disease anyfurther, and their family are also on the brink of collapse mentally andeconomically. Therefore, peaceful death is the most helpful choice both to thepatients and to their family. Under this circumstance, the doctors should helptheir poor patients with euthanasia, and these behaviors should never be judgedguilty.
Purchase of Alaska
March 30, 1867
In 1867, Seward, Secretaryof U.S., agreed to purchase Alaska from Russia for $7 million. At the time, thepublic thought Seward was crazy to spend so much on a piece of land that wasmostly unexplored. Ultimately, buying Alaska proved to be a very good move. Thediscovery of gold and petroleum in Alaska ended people’s debate.
Martin Luther King'scontributions to our history place him in this inimitable position. In hisshort life, Martin Luther King was instrumental in helping us realize and rectifythose unspeakable flaws which were tarnishing the name of America.
In those days AmericanBlacks were confined to positions of second class citizenship by restrictivelaws and customs. To break these laws would mean subjugation and humiliation bythe police and the legal system. Beatings, imprisonment and sometimes deathwere waiting for those who defied the System.
Hope in America was waningon the part of many Black Americans, but Martin Luther King, Jr. provided acandle along with a light.
Today Black Americans havefederal legislation which provides access and legal protection in the areas ofpublic accommodations, housing, voting rights, schools, and transportation.
On December 10, 1964, Dr.King received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway.
Deforestation caused by indulgent cutting,animal extinction due to endless hunting can only be forestalled by publiceducation on the importance of these areas. For instance, the depletion ofatmospheric ozone, which has waned the Earth to the point that it threatens thevery survival of the human species. Also, we are now learning thatearly-cutting the world's rainforests can set into motion a chain of animalextinction that threatens the delicate balance upon which allanimals--including humans--depend.