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Adolescent Development
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10 pages in length. This paper discusses the importance of identity development in the role of adolescent development, as well as peer groups and sexual abuse problems. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JGAadole.wps

Adolescent Sexual Activity and Pregnancy
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A 6 page paper which examines two specific articles which address different aspects of adolescent sexual activity and pregnancy. The articles are "The first teenage pregnancy in the family: Does it affect mothers' parenting, attitudes, or mother-adolescent communication?" by Patricia L. East. and "Early adolescent sexual activity: A developmental study" by Les B. Whitbeck, Kevin A. Yoder, Dan R. Hoyt, and Rand D. Conger. Bibliography lists 1 additional source.
Filename: RAadpreg.wps

Adopting Older Children
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This 5 page research paper explores the challenges and joys of adopting the older child. More challenges exist because these children have more memories to overcome. The writer explains the kinds of situations that become obstacles to the child and of which the adoptive parents need to be aware. Adopting infants is certainly easier but the writer contends there are joys as well as challenges in either case.
Filename: Adopt.wps

Adoption
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A 4 page overview of adoption, legal issues, and opinions. Bibliography contains 5 sources.
Filename: Adoption.wps

Adoption & Safe Families Act /Policy Analysis
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A 5 page research paper that provides a policy analysis of the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 (ASFA). The writer examine the history, goals and implementation of this legislation and finds that the literature on this topic supports the conclusion that the ASFA has been very effective. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: khasfa.rtf

Adoption Searching and Reunion Options Available for Birth Parents, Adoption Parents and Adopted Children
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the various options available for birth parents who wish to find the child they gave up for adoption, or for “adoptees” children who wish to search and reunite with their birth parents. While traditional adoptions predominantly still keep their records sealed newer services are becoming available for those who wish to search and reunite. The most efficient and cost effective of these are found on web sites of agencies and companies who provide counselling, consulting and searching to adoptive families and birth parents. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJadopt1.rtf

Adult Adoptees:
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This 6 page paper discusses the problems and issues which adult adoptees specifically face. This paper highlights their personality issues, life outlooks, and priotites versus those adults who grew up with their biologial parents. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: GSAdopt2.rtf

Adult Day Care in North Carolina
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A 4 page paper discussing adult day care regulations in North Carolina and assessing the value of the state's approach. North Carolina requires minimum standards of care, but does not require certification for centers caring for up to three individuals. It appears that North Carolina has developed an approach to compromise that creates maximum benefit for local communities and their resident families. Government involvement is sufficient to ensure minimum standards of care, allowing clients' families to pronounce final judgment on individual centers. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSsocAdDayC.rtf

African American Families: Demographic, Socio-Economic and Cultural Characteristics
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the demographic, socio-economic and cultural characteristics of African American families. Studies of demographic, socio-economic and cultural characteristics of African American families and communities have shown that overall, African Americans report lower incomes, lower education, higher unemployment and poverty rates, and higher mortality and suicide rates than most White communities in the United States. All of these factors have improved over the last decade and unemployment was reported at an all time low in the last U.S. Census. Despite these adversities however, a large percentage of African American families have succeeded in their educational and professional careers. It is believed that this “resilience” is enhanced by several cultural support characteristics which exist within the African American families and their communities. Most African Americans have reported that their most difficult challenges are based on racism and oppressive factors rather than factors which relate to their family or socio-economic status. Racism, oppression, and segregation are also believed to be some of the primary differences in the mortality and suicide rates in the African American population from the white population. In social science studies and in relation to agencies which wish to establish social support groups to help African American families, all of the cultural, socio-economic, and demographic differences must be taken into account. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJAAmer1.rtf

After Five Long Years: Not Soul Mates, but Acceptance
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This is a 5 page original short story about the acceptance of two sisters who had been estranged for five years. The older sister, Fiona, was always the organizer and disciplinarian of her younger sister, through which the story is told in first person. The sisters meet again at their father’s funeral and somehow make it around the familiar paths which previously had caused conflict. The story contains some background information about what led to the estrangement and effective dialogue.
Filename: TJstorB1.rtf

After Five Long Years: Not Soul Mates, but Acceptance (Extended Version)
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This is an 11 page original short story about the acceptance of two sisters who had been estranged for five years. The older sister, Fiona, was always the organizer and disciplinarian of her younger sister, through which the story is told in first person. The sisters meet again at their father’s funeral and somehow make it around the familiar paths which previously had caused conflict. The story contains some background information about the family, their relationships and past events and traits of the sisters and the family. The story is told in first person and includes effective dialogue.
Filename: TJstorB2.rtf

Aging in Various Cultures
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This 8 page paper looks at how aging is viewed by a variety of cultures. American culture, along with Japanese and Hispanic cultures, is highlighted. Subjects discussed are retirement, elder abuse and euthanasia. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA112Age.wps

Alcoholism
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A 7 page paper which examines how alcoholism relates to children, families (parents and siblings), schools (teachers and administration), considers what community services are available, its and effect on society at large. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGalchfx.rtf

Alcoholism and Native America: The Therapeutic Pertinence of the Movie "Smoke Signals"
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An 8 page discussion of the impact of alcoholism to Native Americans. Recommends that the family therapist become acquainted with the unique coping mechanisms which are in place in Native American families and suggests both the literature and the contemporary movie "Smoke Signals" as starting points for this quest. Relates statistics regarding alcoholism among Native Americans and summarizes the theme and importance of the movie to the therapist seeking to gain an understanding of Native American culture. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPnaAlco.wps

Alcoholism and Social Work
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A 13 page review of alcoholism as it pertains to the field of social work. This paper clarifies the relevance and delineates developmental stages, interventions, strengths and future projections. Includes a Roman Numeral Outline. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PPalcSoc.rtf

Alcoholism: Genetic Predisposition
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5 pages in length. The question of alcoholism as a genetic disease rather than a choice is one that has been posed for decades. The writer discusses implicating findings by addressing the biological and psychological aspects of alcoholism. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCalgen.wps

Alternative Elder Care
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A 5 page research paper that explores alternative choices to nursing home care in regards to an aging disabled client. The write outlines a case study scenario and then discusses how both an assisted living facility or the services of a companion could afford the client choices that are not only cost effective, but preserve his independence as much as possible. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khalfetc.rtf

Alternative High School
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9 page analytical discussion of "The Burger King" academy; an alternative high school within Newark, New Jersey's "Cities in Schools" program. Author draws upon personal experiences as an observer/intern and employs pertinent sociological terminology within the discussion.
Filename: Altskool.wps

American Families & The Nostalgia Myth / The Way We Never Were
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Focusing primarily upon the argument in Stephanie Coontz's (1992) book by same title, the writer of this 5 page paper presents the argument that each generation has looked upon the one previous to it and commented on how pure and innocent things were back in the proverbial "good ol' days." In actuality, however, morality was never as high in the past as we are led to believe. We are "brainwashed" by family-orientated television programs to believe that during the 50's and 60's, people were more "innocent" when in reality, juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, drug abuse, etc.;-- soared-- sometimes to levels much higher than today. This social phenomenon is explored in great detail. Bibliography also cites 2 additional sources.
Filename: Waywene.doc


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