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Comparison of Rape Narratives in Study Plays
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Introduction: This chapter will explore the “captive’s dilemma” and examine the systematic victimization of women and their methods of survival in the three “covert” study plays, The Trojan Women by Euripides, Fuente Ovejuna by Lope De Vega, and The Europeans by Howard Barker.

Father’s Rights in Childcare
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Introduction: In recent years the rights of Fathers has become a highly controversial issue. Groups such as father- 4-justice have embarked on hard-hitting campaigns…

Repercussions Of Childhood Trauma
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Introduction: `“An estimated 905,000 children were victims of child abuse or neglect in 2006. While physical injuries may or may not be immediately visible…

Domestic Abuse on Pregnant Womens Health
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Introduction: Abstract Domestic abuse is a pervasive and preventable public health issue affecting many women around the globe with different race, ethnic, and s…

Trends in Prevalence of Dementia
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Introduction: This review synthesizes the findings from 14 studies investigating trends in dementia prevalence (N=9) and incidence (N=5) from Sweden, Spain, the UK, the Netherlands, France, the USA, Japan and Nigeria.

Growth of LGBT Images in Popular Culture
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Introduction: Recent years have witnessed a proliferation of images of LGBT people in popular culture. Discuss this growth in visibility with reference to queer theory.

Capital market of india vs usa
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Introduction: A money market is not a market for money but it is a market for near ‘money’; or it is the market for lending and borrowing of short-term funds.

Marfan Syndrome Disorder
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Introduction: In 1896 Antoine Marfan, a French doctor, discovered Marfan syndrome when he had a patient. As a boy who was fourteen years old (the patient)

Study on phelan mcdermid syndrome
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Introduction: Seventy-five percent of individuals with Phelan-McDermid Syndrome have pure 22q deletions, which are either terminal or interstitial. A terminal…

Battered Women Syndrome
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Introduction: To understand battered woman’s syndrome one has to know why and how one becomes a battered woman. For a woman to be labeled battered woman has to undergo two complete battering cycles which

Turner Syndrome Hormone
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Introduction: Turner syndrome was discovered by Dr. Henry Turner, an endocrinologist in 1938, when he noticed a set of common physical features in some of his female patients.

analysis of klinefelters syndrome
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Introduction: Many chromosomal abnormalities occur early in development and involve the sex chromosomes. Klinefelters Syndrome falls directly into this catego…

The Biology of Marfan Syndrome
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Introduction: The Biology of Marfan Syndrome Abstract Marfans syndrome (MFS) is a connective tissue disorder, affecting multiple organ systems around the body, leading to a large variety of symptoms. It is an incurable disease, with symptoms commonly occurring during puberty, neonatal Marfan syndrome is an exception to this as symptoms are present at birth. The disease […]

Perceptions of Parents With Down Syndrome
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Introduction: How do the perceptions of parents of children with Down Syndrome affect the child’s development? This article is based on evaluating the perception…

Cushing’s Syndrome: Causes and Symptoms
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Introduction: Cushing’s syndrome is relatively rare and most commonly affects adults aged 20 to 50 years, people who are obese and have type 2 diabetes…

Clinically Isolated Syndrome and MS
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Introduction: Clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) is a central nervous system demyelinating event isolated in time that is may or may not lead to the development…

The existence of culture bound syndrome
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Introduction: Abstract This essay will explore whether culture bound syndrome exist or not. First, the essay will first define what culture bound syndromes are…

Joubert Syndrome with Orofaciodigital Defects
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Introduction: This is a case report of an 8-year-old boy who reported to the out-patient department of pediatric dentistry with the chief complaint of abnormal…

An Overview of Tourette’s Syndrome
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Introduction: What is TS you may ask? TS can be divided into two groups, motor tics, and vocal tics; and in those two groups you can have simple and complex motor…

The Merger Emotions Syndrome
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Introduction: The merger syndrome is a phenomenon that illustrates employees’ reactions following the announcement of the M&A deal. Merger syndrome is a word …

Educate People On Pusher Syndrome
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Introduction: The brain is a very complex organ. Everything we do or think takes place in a very confined, small space. Any injury that occurs in the brain can affect the…

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
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Introduction: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome  Background of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome As the drug addiction epidemic is on the rise in the United States so is incidence of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (Johnson, 2017). NAS is better known by the public as an infant who is dealing with withdraw symptoms due to no longer being exposed to drugs outside […]

Overview of Tourette Syndrome
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Introduction: Tourette Syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary motor tics and, sometimes, vocal tics (Walkup, 2013). The syndrome is…

Case Study Of Downs Syndrome
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Introduction: Paul Z is a 30 year old man who has a Learning Disability and Downs syndrome. He lives at home with Mrs Z, his mother who is his main carer…

Hurler Syndrome Disease
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Introduction: In a person’s body every substance is important and should present the right amount of itself to function properly. In this case a very rare inherited…

Examining Guillain Barre Syndrome
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Introduction: The purpose of this paper is to provide readers with an understanding of Guillain Barre and conflictions GBS has with other medical resources and diseases.

The Fragile X Syndrome
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Introduction: The fragile X syndrome is one of the most prevalent mental retardation problems that are inherited to generations. The clinical features of p…

Management of pre menstrual syndrome
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Introduction: The objective of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of Planned Nursing Intervention on management of Pre Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) in terms of…

Individuals With Asperger Syndrome
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Introduction: Asperger Syndrome (AS) or (Aspergers Disorder) is a neurobiological disorder named for a Viennese physician, Hans Asperger, who in 1944 published …

Management Of Acute Coronary Syndrome
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Introduction: In a healthy person the amount of oxygen required by the myocardium (O2 demand) is determined by heart rate, myocardial contractility, myocardial wall …

The Prader-Willi syndrome
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Introduction: Prader-Willi Syndrome is a serious genetic disorder that begins at birth with no known cure; causing mental retardation, short stature, low muscle tone…

POEMS Syndrome Symptoms and Treatment
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Introduction: The POEMS syndrome, also known as Crow-Fukase syndrome, is a rare multi organ disorder characterized by polyneuropathy, organomegaly, endocrinopathy…

Paraneoplastic Syndromes in Domestic Cats
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Introduction: A closer look at…Paraneoplastic Syndromes in Domestic Cats Paraneoplastic syndromes (PNSs) are changes (anatomical, structural, or functional) caused by certain malignant tumors. Some feline PNSs are frequent, whereas others are rare. Most commonly, PNSs are associated with generalized clinical signs involving areas distant to the primary tumor. Classification of PNSs is often based on the […]

Features of Goodpasture’s Syndrome
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Introduction: The onset of this disease ranges from the ages of 20-30 and 60-70 especially in young men in their late twenties or in men and women over sixty years…

The Fight Or Flight Syndrome
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Introduction: The fight or flight response was coined by Cannon and refers to the physiological reactions that prepare us for a strenuous efforts required by fighting…

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
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Introduction: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is a series of birth defects such as physical, mental, behavioral and learning problems caused by the mother drinking alcohol…

Dystonia in the Joint Hypermobility Syndrome
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Introduction: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome first described by Tschernogobow (1896) in Moscow and Ehlers (1900) in Copenhagen is a mostly autosomal inherited genetic…

Exploring Premenstrual Syndrome in Criminal Law
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Introduction: Abstract Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) has played a part in the malady of a women�s life for many years. The development of Biological Theories ha…

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