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This is also possibly the least well-documented phenomenon in the racializing of Arabs and Muslims leading to the widespread acceptance of profiling and related loss of civil liberties.” (2002) The work of Nicole J. Henderson (2001) entitled: “Law Enforcement & Arab-American Community Relations After September 11, 2001” reports a study in which Arabs living in […]

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These problems are compounded for African-Americans by cultural insensitivity in health materials.” (Birru and Steinman, 2004) V. LITERACY TODAY 8) Mann, John G. (1989) Literacy Today: A Realtime Technology Transformation. Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC. Abstract Online available at http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/custom/portlets/recordDetails/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=ED331475&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=ED331475 As noted in the work of John G. Mann entitled: “Literacy […]

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The researchers of this study found that subgingival levels of Bacteroides forsythus and actinobacillus was more among smokers when compared with non-smokers. Umeda et.al (1998) also reported that smokers had increased levels (or = 4.61) of Treponema denticola. These studies clearly show that smokers have increased oral pathogenic bacterial infection. [D.F.Kinane, 2000] Smoking induced alveolar […]

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Modern civilization required more sublimation and repression of desires, both sexual and destructive aggressive desires, than most people were capable of maintaining for long periods without either physical, or psychological, illnesses developing. Civilization, in early twentieth century Europe in particular, required too much renunciation of the release of instinctual desires, from which pleasure could be […]

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