Nan Desuka’s article “Why Handgun Must Be Outlawed” makes a strong case for banning handgun ownership in America. Her argument is based on convincing evidence that handguns are more dangerous than other types of firearms, and she provides a compelling reason for why a ban on handgun ownership would reduce gun violence.
This essay discusses the use of child soldiers in armed conflict. It argues that, while the use of child soldiers is certainly not ideal, it is often the best option available to children in areas of conflict.
This essay compares the childhood of 50 years ago with the childhood of today and finds out in what ways it has become both better and worse. It discusses the rights of children, the education of children, and the technologies available to children.
This essay discusses the reasons why children develop certain gender identities, how social stereotypes and norms influence transsexuality as well as the impact of cultural factors on the language we use to talk about gender and sex.
The Combined Effects of Parental Child-Rearing Practices, Teacher Reactions, and Playmate/Peer Reactions on Gender Role Socialization
This essay looks at the combined effects of parental child-rearing practices, teacher and playmate/peer reactions on gender role socialization. It examines how these factors interact with each other to produce different outcomes in boys and girls.
This essay discusses the author’s love of motorcycle riding, their family’s history with motorcycles, and the sense of responsibility that comes with motorcycle riding.
This essay looks at the various ways in which greenhouse gases can affect children’s health, from respiratory problems to chronic diseases. It is clear that children are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change, and so it is important that action is taken to reduce emissions and mitigate the impacts.
Leadership in Sports: An exploration of the concept of leadership in sports, including different styles of leadership and factors that influence leadership.
This essay explores the concept of leadership in sports. It discusses the different styles of leadership and the factors that can influence leadership in sports. In addition, it looks at how technology and data entry can be used in sports leadership and the role of sports psychology in leadership. Finally, it examines the organizational factors that can affect leadership in sports.
This essay discusses the causes and effects of military divorce. The most common cause of military divorce is infidelity, which can be caused by the stress of deployment, re-deployment, and work demands. Civilians married to servicemen or servicewomen often have a hard time understanding their spouse’s job demands, which can lead to tension and arguments in the relationship. Children of divorced servicemen and servicewomen often have a hard time adjusting to their parents’ new lifestyles. The culture of moving constantly can also add more pressure on a military marriage.
The poem “Warning” by Jenny Joseph is a light-hearted look at a woman’s rebellion against society’s expectations of her as she gets older. Jenny Joseph does not want to conform to the traditional roles that are set out for her, and instead wants to do things that are considered to be improper for an elderly woman. She sees getting older as a time when she can finally do what she wants, without having to worry about what other people think.