Causes Of Irresponsibility

  • Diseases and Causes

    Greek ιχθύς (ichthys), meaning "fish. Fragile X syndrome (FXS), Martin–Bell syndrome, orEscalante's syndrome (more commonly used in South American countries), is a genetic syndrome that is the most commonly known single-gene cause of autism and the most common inherited cause of intellectual disability Turner syndrome or Ullrich-Turner syndrome (also known as "Gonadal dysgenesis"[1]:550) encompasses several conditions in human females, of which monosomyX (absence of an entire sex chromosome, the Barr

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  • Cause and Effect

    Cause and Effect of Out Sourcing Auto Parts Jim Banta Strayer University English 115 Professor Daniel Burrello November 25, 2012 An increase in foreign auto parts supplier has cause grave concerns amongst some American suppliers the protectionists have set their sights on eliminating these new competitors: The foreign manufacturers, especially Japanese auto parts makers that have built plants and limited distribution in the United States and according to some are having

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  • Cause and Effect

    eBooker T. Washington Cause and effect essay Booker T. Washington was born in Franklin County Virginia in 1856. Born and raised by an African American mother whose name was Jane but, ignored by a white father whom he never met (Gates). Booker T. Washington was born directly into slavery, however, during the civil war; his family was freed from slavery but not from racism (WV Harlan states, at the age of nine, he carried on the role of an adult and worked the salt furnaces and coal

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  • Causes and Affects

    Determining Causes and Effects Known as the Laurentian Great Lakes for its connection to the St. Lawrence River, the lakes combined make up nearly 20 percent of the world's fresh water (Latham, Wright, & Tsang, n.d.) Lakes Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, and Superior are 5 lakes that provide food, jobs, and recreation to the surrounding regions reaching into two countries. The New York Times (2010) also estimate more than 30 million people are the recipient of potable water from the lakes

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  • Cause and Effect

    cause and effect School Shootings often times, human beings feel the pressures that life and the society can put on, but some can handle it, and some cant. Life and the society in which we live in can take a toll on the emotional, mental and physical aspect of lives as an adult, so just think of how much more of a burden it can be on teenagers in high school, younger children in middle school, or young adults in college. Not only are they dealing with a lot of things out of school but also but

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  • Causes of Disabilities

    Tiffany Manzanares Causes of Disabilities Grand Canyon University: UNV 526 January 30, 2013 Abstract This paper is written with the intent to inform the reader about varies disabilities and causes and the characteristics of these disabilities. In the United States about one in every 33 babies is born with a birth defect. Or to make it more realistic Every 4.5 minutes, a baby is born with a birth defect. Major birth defects are conditions present at birth that cause structural changes in

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  • Cause Marketing

    based on your income. The Ronald McDonald House if mostly funded by donations. One way to donate is through cause marketing by buying a Happy Meal. Cause marketing (also referred to as cause-related marketing) is a type of marketing that involves the cooperative efforts of a “for profit” business and a nonprofit organization for mutual benefit. According to, the field of cause marketing began in 1983, when American Express raised money for the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. Adage

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  • Causes of Poverty

    Causes of Poverty I saw a video clip of a teacher talking about how she struggled with scolding a student for not paying attention in class, when in fact the student was hungry. When we have the capability of producing cars that do not use fuel, books that can be downloaded in 60 seconds or less, why do we still have poverty around the world. Some of the causes of poverty are One: The lack of education - nearly a billion people entered the 21st century unable to read a book or sign their

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  • Proximate Cause

    Proximate Cause’ is defined as “The active, efficient cause that sets in motion a chain of events, which brings about a result, without the intervention of any new or independent force”   Life itself is full of events, sometimes occurring independently of each other or as a result of another.  The principle, proximate cause identifies for insurance purposes, which event is the probable cause of a particular event, leading to a loss and whether this event is insured. Usually, the first and last

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  • Causes of Revolution

    University of Phoenix Material Causes and Outcomes of the Revolution Part 1: Causes Complete the grid by describing each pre-war event and explaining how it contributed to the Revolutionary War. |Pre-War Event |Description |Contribution to the Revolutionary War | | |(1754–1763) is the American name, British name is the 7 year war. The war

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  • Cause and Effect

    The pressures of the coach to perform better causes stress to the athletes. B. The pressures of the parents and teachers to perform well academically causes stress. III. The volleyball players’ relationships begin to be hindered, which is a result from both the stress and the academic struggle. A. The volleyball players’ relationships with friends are hindered. 1. There is no time to hang out with friends. 2. Rivalry within the team causes relationships with friends to suffer. B. The

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  • Causes of Wrinkles.

    to get a sugar fix? Indulging your sweet tooth may be rebounding on you not just on the scale, but on your face, too. "Too much sugar in the body causes 'glycation,' which can cause premature aging," says Diana Lorenzo, M.D., of Skinhealth. Glycation is a bonding process between fat, protein and sugar that occurs inside the tissues, where it can cause muscle inflexibility, inflammation and the production of free radicals, a culprit behind aging. You don't have to go give up sugar entirely (yet)

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  • Stress and Its Causes

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY STRESS? DISCUSS THE CAUSES OF STRESS FROM THE INDIVIDUAL GROUP AND ORGANISATIONAL POINT OF VIEW INTRODUCTION Stress is a universal element experienced by employees (Individuals and groups) around the globe. Stress has become a major problem which has had negative impact on individuals, groups and organizations. Employers today are critically analyzing the stress management issues that contribute to lower job performance of employees originating from dissatisfaction and

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  • Cause and Effect

    Humphrey's concerned, he's chasing the planes away. He knows it's happening because every time he barks at one, it goes away. Humphrey associates his barking with the plane's leaving and concludes one causes the other. In a way, he's right. The plane shows up and Humphrey barks until it leaves. Getting cause and effect wrong is all too common. Service callbacks increase. Is this the result of a lack of training, poorly designed incentives, bad products, or something else? It could be anything. The mistake

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  • Cause and Effect

    Assignment Name: Cause and Effect Essay Date: March 2, 2013 Audience: My instructor and classmates Purpose: To let you know the life changing effect open heart surgery had on my son. The Effect of Open Heart Surgery on my Son On August 24, 2003, my first son Brandon Thomas was born, it was one of the happiest days of my life; He was happy and healthy, so I was told. I come to find out later that night that my son was born with 2 large holes in his heart called atrial septal defect (ASD)

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  • The Cause

    career path. The three main central valley environmental issues that I find to be really important are air pollution, water pollution, and changes in natural habitat. Air pollution is caused in many ways from cow’s emissions of gas to cars. The main cause for air pollution is human impact. Humans can change the way they impact the air in many steps. One step can be by driving electric cars because they do not put out as many emissions that regular cars do; or by riding a bike or walking to your destination

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  • Cause and Effect

    there is stumble in life. Unfortunately, in many circumstances, domestic violence is becoming more and more serious, which turns family into “hell”. The consequences are a big problem for both family in particular and society in general. This problem causes mental pain, physical pain and social problems. The victims of domestic violence have to bear the mental pain. In fact, they are wives who are abused by their own husbands . Day by day, the wives suffer the verbal violence and the assaults constantly

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  • Effect/Cause

    Professor Vollaro ENC 1101 February 4, 2013 Effect Cause Paper Illiteracy The society, the American economy, many people’s health, and even the justice system are all affected by illiteracy. The lack of the ability to read and write has a huge impact, one way or another, on the everyday life of every person. Twenty percent of the American population is functionally illiterate, which means they cannot read at all or they read below the fourth grade reading level. It is important

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  • Root Cause

    Root Cause Analysis Why do we bother (Andersen, 2000) Fool me once, DIRTFT, steady continual improvement Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is the central theme of 6 sigma activities. RCA identifies the real problem so the problem can be solved one time and not repeat for that same cause. That over the long haul your time is spent most efficiently and each problem that occurs will be unique. As you solve the root causes of problems the amount of problems will decrease for any given system and that system

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  • Causes and Effects of Violence in Schools

    Objectives Sacred Heart School is an education institution. The Headmaster Mr Keenan would like to know why violence exists in the school grounds and the effects of violence and what can be done to eliminate this. This report is an analysis of the causes and effects of violence and suggested solutions to reduce the percentage of violence that exists on the school grounds. 1.2 Historical Background There are approximately 1500 students in this school, offering 8 different subjects. There are

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  • Causes of Anxiety

    Causes of Anxiety I want you to close your eyes and listen while I tell you a story about just how a panic (anxiety) attack feels. “Imagine that you’re taking a stroll in the countryside. Everything is going well. The trees are in bloom; the sky is blue; the cool breeze is refreshing. You’re humming your favorite tune when suddenly you hear a blood curdling scream — EEEEOOOOWWWW!!!! Though you desperately wish to flee, you find yourself helplessly frozen. Your heart is racing. Your chest is pounding

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  • Conflict Causes

    Conflict Causes Conflict is a process in which one party perceives that its interests are negatively affected by another party (Kinicki 2009). This is a normal and natural part of any work place. When it occurs, there is a tendency for morale to be lowered and decreased productivity. However, conflict can be useful, it can push conflicting parties to grow, communicate and urge the flow of new ideas. For this to happen, leaders need to understand why conflict occurs and take the correct steps

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  • For Cause and Comrades

    Ayomide Sekiteri United States History to 1865 Due: November 19, 2012 For Cause and Comrades A war is a state of open, armed, and often prolonged conflict carried nations, states, or parties. The civil war was not a war between two countries fighting for land or control. The civil was within America, where citizens were dividing in their ideals and motivations. Northern states and the southern states differing ideals lead to fighting which separated them. Every war has its reasons whether

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  • New Causes

    The Causes and Effects of Stress for College Students In this generation, college students feel stressful and do not have enough energy to focus on their study. Sometimes they have too much homework and not having good relationship with friends or parents are reasons why they get stressful. Moreover, the stress will let them get health problems and attitude problems. Students having too much homework and not having good relationship are the reason why they feel stressful. First, students

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  • Cause and Mitigation

    Cause and Mitigation Luis A. Ortiz Pamela Ray Introduction to Physical Science June 11, 2014 Abstract Global warming has been a topic of much debate, heated arguments and even the creation of environment oriented groups that look to impact the modern industrial world with their views and protest driven rallies in an effort to spread awareness about climate change. Cause and Mitigation Climate change has certainly been a bigger topic of discussion now than it has ever been in the past

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  • Causes of Aridity

    Aridity Aridity Causes of Aridity (1) – Atmospheric Pressure (on graph) Causes of Aridity (2) – Cold Ocean Currents: Several deserts lying along western coasts of continents owe their formation to cold ocean surface currents. Air blowing towards the shore, chilled by contact with cold water, produces a layer of fog. This heavy fog drifts onto land. Although humidity is high, the atmospheric pressure that normally causes rainfall is not present. A coastal desert may be almost totally rainless

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  • Causes of Anxiety

    The Causes of Anxiety Anxiety is an extremely stressful part of life that many people deal with on a daily basis. While there are some cases of anxiety that naturally happen chemically, there are also factors that cause anxiety to increase. One major cause of anxiety is having too many tasks scheduled in a short period of time. If there is not a realistic amount of time set aside for things to get done, one could become nervous about the possibility of being late for the task that follows. These

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  • The Four Causes

    potentiality in being. However, Aristotle says, every being has potentiality therefore there is change in everything. Since Aristotle said about the change, he had to bring out the proper arguments. Therefore, He began to explain by giving theory of four causes and the problem of change. Aristotle begins his arguments by saying that “If something comes to be it must be rooted in something. It cannot be rooted in nothing. But also it cannot be rooted in itself. So it must be rooted in a potentiality

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  • Cause and Effect

    5580115 March 19, 2013 Cause and Effect Essay ICCM104, Section 11 Aj. Julien Hardy Sexual Discrimination in the Middle East. Sexual or gender discrimination is the way people judge or treat differently by their gender. Sexual discriminations are still a big issue in the Middle East today. Because of changes in society, people want to have their own rights and freedom in their life. Most of the women in the Middle East have been protest in order to get their rights and freedom back. Unequal

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  • Cause and Effect Essay – the Causes of Divorce

    marriage. However, the divorce rates trend to continually increase nowadays, thus it might be argued that divorces can be taken place easier than the past. There are three main causes of divorce: changing woman’s roles, stress in modern living and lack of communication, which are highlighted below. The first significant cause of recent rise in the rates of divorce is that women completely change in roles. In the past, men have to earn whole money to afford the expense of family, whereas woman only

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  • Cause and Effect

    Today, people don’t think anything of it because we have become so adapted to social media and having so many accounts like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook ect., that are constantly checked and updated daily. So many effects can come out of this one cause and literally can become so extreme to the point where families are ripped apart, teenage girl’s reputations are broken down and the confidence that once lived has been taken away. These are just a couple of many effects social media has upon today’s

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  • Causes

    Root Causes of Environmental Issues In view of the root causes of environmental issues established in chapter 3 of Environmental Science I would have to reflect that I agree with the view relating to human kind failing to address the root causes related to the environmental issues that have been occurring for long enough periods of time to cause some tremendous environmental damage. I agree with this view as it is clear to have had a leading hand in contributing to the Earth’s many factors of

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  • Cause and Effect

    Unemployment in Today’s Society Unemployment is a terrible thing, but unfortunately it is an everyday normality. There are plenty of reasons why someone ready and able may be without a job. Every action comes with a consequence however; the causes and effects of unemployment are very potent in life. For example, an individual may lack the proper skills for the hand at task so their job will be terminated. The same goes for if they are absent often or late; that will not be tolerated. A person

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  • Cause-Effect

    Amjad ESOL 252 Cause-Effect Essay 7/13/2015 Anger Management He is one of my best friends and my big brother too. We had many memories during the past 13 years. Some of them are extremely crazy and some are hilarious. The first time I met Bandar, a mutual friend introduced me to him, to give him a ride home. On that day, I knew a lot about him. His interests, the way he thinks, his family, and especially his anger issues. He is hot-tempered. His angry actions cannot be controlled, always get

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  • Causes of Obesity

    Cause of obesity In fact, obesity is usually caused by unhealthy eating combined with sustained lack of activity. When the amount of calories intake is larger than the amount you need for your daily activities, it will be stored as fat in your body. And the problem of obesity will gradually develop.  You may wonder what the main reason of obesity is. As a matter of fact, disorder in eating habits is the main cause of the problem. If you do not try to control the amount and kind of food you

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  • Cause and Effect

    The poem “Cause And Effect” written by Charles Bukowski is a very interesting poem about people that commit suicide and those they leave behind. I personally think this is a gloomy poem because death is usually a depressing topic. The poem starts out with, “the best often die by their own hand” I like how it starts out this way making those who take their life look like the best. I think it is interesting how it starts out kind of talking about those people and then changes to talking about the people

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  • The Causes of Divorce

    The Causes of Divorce In America today, one of many people’s main life goals is to marry the first person they fall in love with, live happily ever after, and skip gleefully away to live the American dream. However, millions of married couples quickly find themselves turning to divorce as an answer, to ending the fairy tale they had once dreamed. Many people would ask “why?” the perfect couple would choose such a negative ending to their once happy marriage. In some cases, many couples have to question

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  • Causes of Disease

    Causes of disease A disease is defined as a physical or mental disorder or malfunction with a certain set of signs or symptoms. Diseases may be caused by a single factor such as a pathogenic microorganism or have many causes some of which may depend on lifestyle. Pathogens have many qualities that assist with the causing of diseases: they can gain entry to the host, colonise tissues of the host, resist defences of the host and cause damage to the host’s tissues. Microorganisms gain entry

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  • Causes of Schizophrenia

    Shannon Law ENGL 30H Dr. Womack 04 November 15 Schizophrenia and its Causes “When I began hearing voices, I told myself that this was just some weird coping mechanism for my stress. I began sleeping to hide from the voices, which were getting worse and handicapping my ability to listen to my own stream of consciousness.” Imagine having to hear voices or screams coming from invisible bodies. This is what individuals who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia have to deal with every day. Schizophrenia

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  • Cause and Effect

    treat without bias. Abortion is one of such issues; although many progressive people have nowadays become more tolerant to abortion, there are still many arguments–apart from public opinion–that speak against this procedure. In particular, abortion causes severe psychological and emotional damage to a woman who has undergone this surgery. One of the most common dangers awaiting women who have committed an abortion is post-abortion syndrome (PAS). Generally speaking, it is a complex of emotional

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  • Causes of Death

    Causes of a death Here in Mongolia, around 7600 people pass away a yearly. And most of them related to 3 ways that affect to causing a death. If people know about the causes of death then they may prevent themselves. Increasing in numbers of causing death are cancer, a criminal case and sudden death. Nowadays in Mongolia, Cancer is really common disease that people face with. There are several dominating cancer exist, which is lung cancer, cervical cancer, liver cancer and so on. From this lists

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  • Causes of Ww1

    Assess critically three causes of the outbreak of the First World War 1914-1918. There were certain events leading up to the outbreak of the first World War , in late July of 1914. For decades different historians have researched and presented what they believe and suggest to be the causes of this war that drastically changed Europe. In this essay, i intend to discuss and assess three longterm causes and to what extent the system of alliances, militarism and imperial rivalry contributed to the

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  • Causes of War

    Causes of the First World War This document was written by Stephen Tonge. I am most grateful to have his kind permission to include it on the web site. Europe Before 1914: the Main Powers Triple Entente | Name | Head of State | Allies | Disputes | Britain | King George V (1901-1936) Constitutional Monarchy | France, Russia | Naval arms race economic rivalry with Germany | France | President Raymond Poincaire Parliamentary Democracy | Britain, Russia | Wanted the return of the provinces

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  • Causes of Rape

    think cause men to rape women. The first thing I have to emphasize is that rape comes about as a result of various reasons, based on the unique circumstances and nature of the rapists. There is no one explanation of rape that applies to all. Firstly I concur that one of the reasons that may lead to rape is the indecent dressing by women. If women wear dresses that reveal their private parts or that reveals parts that are deemed to arouse sexual feelings then that may be a potential cause of rape

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  • Causes of War

    The Causes of War Summer Hansborough POL 300 004016 What causes opposition? Imperialism, nationalism, Social Darwinism, and militarism are causes of war, and I narrowed it down to the following; freedom, money, ideologies, race, religion and land. Although these are causes of war, in most cases, the ultimate cause of war is an elitist mentality. One believing their ideologies, race, policies and beliefs are superior to those that do not fit in or follow that particular system. What

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  • Cause Marketing

    2011 CAUSE MARKETING Cause Marketing -  "Do Well by Doing Good" Executive Summary Companies face challenge to “out advertise” or “out differentiate” its brand when markets are becoming almost undifferentiated. At this time, creating an emotional connection with the customers seems most difficult task at hand. In the market place where customer and societal expectations are changing rapidly requiring constant innovation of new ideas, products and services, strategy and social responsibility

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  • Causes of Recidivism

    Causes of Recidivism Abstract In recent decades, the United States has undergone a substantial increase in prison population. Across the country, prisons are faced with the problem of severe overpopulation. Although crime rates have dramatically decreased over the years, the rates of incarceration have gone in the opposite direction and continue to increase. One of the major underlying factors for the increase lies within recidivism. Repeat offenders make up a large

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  • Cause and Effect

    Assignment 3.1: Determining Causes and Effects – Draft Version English 115 Known as the Laurentian Great Lakes for its connection to the St. Lawrence River, the lakes combined make up nearly 20 percent of the world's fresh water (Latham, Wright, & Tsang, n.d.) Lakes Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, and Superior are 5 lakes that provide food, jobs, and recreation to the surrounding regions reaching into two countries. The New York Times (2010) also estimate more than 30 million people are

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  • Causes of Stress

    CAUSES 0F STRESS AMONG DOCTORS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR. *Dr. K.Amutha |ABSTRACT | |Today workplace stress is becoming a major issue and a matter of concern for the employees and the organizations. | |It has become a part of life for the employees, as life today has become so complex at home as well as outside that it is impossible to

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  • Cause and Effect

    5480153 EC1 sec 3 Effects of pressures on students Cause and effect essay That today’s children have been pressured in the society is now considered to be a normal statement. As the world has been increasingly competitive, each person just has to struggle for what is best for him or her. Especially for parents, they all aspire to see their children successful in their lives. The offspring are pushed to study hard in order to get into a reputable university. In many Asian countries, the pressure

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