Military social structures after the end of "Don't ask, don't tell"
By: Sara Lugardo
Since its introduction in 1993, the US policy of “Don’t ask, don’t tell” regarding homosexuals within the military, created strong feelings both for and against the policy. The basics of the policy were meant to satisfy all parties regarding homosexuals in the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In 2009, The U.S. Department of Labor held a series of 28 so called "listening sessions". The goal was to find out why not only are women veterans twice as likely as civilian women to become homeless, but why there are there were increasing...
By: Raven Carluk
Workplace violence is so seemingly prevalent in modern America that it has a special term: going postal. Such rage killings aren't restricted to post offices, though they were the first instances to gain mainstream notice. Offices, factories, schools, almost any institution of modern America can...
Why does workplace violence occur?
By: Francis Harris
Workplace violence comes in many different forms - from the abuse and bullying among fellow employees rivaling for opportunities, to the disgruntled customer verbally or physically attacking a staff member; from an injustice perpetrated by an outsider robbing the organization, to the socio-pathic manager abusing...
By: Tammy Cramblett
Workplace violence is never easy to deal with or talk about. The fact that it even happens very sad. People go to work to earn money to pay their bills and try to live a comfortable life. When most people think of violence, images of...
By: Sun Meilan
The management of criminal activity in most countries focuses on three areas: prevention, punishment and rehabilitation. In the UK, there are many charities and organisations that concentrate on the rehabilitation of offenders after they have received their punishment, yet the fact remains that many employers...
By: Debbie Campbell
The pain is real and most of the time the perpetrator doesn't even realize it. Bullying is a widespread issue that is extremely dangerous - not only are the victims losing confidence in themselves, horrifically - many of them are taking their own lives. We...
By: Kathy Cakebread
In many countries the charge for a crime is capital punishment, one of the most serious ways of punishing someone’s wrongs. Whilst many countries use capital punishment to punish crimes such as murders, countries like the People’s Republic of China use it as...
By: Patrick Sills
China performs more executions than any other country in the world. Moral views on capital punishment aside, one could easily speculate that this is because China is also one of the planet’s most heavily-populated nations, but there is more to the story. In 2010...
A look at capital punishment in China
By: Brynn Bowery
According to statistics provided by: Amnesty International it was determined that the execution rate in China is in the thousands. The precise number of executions in China is a secret held by the State. Relatively-speaking, the rate of execution is extreme when compared to...

 

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