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Homosexuality, Theology, & The Church In The Twentieth Century
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A 7 page paper on the issues surrounding the gay community's search for an arena where it can express both its spirituality and its sexuality. The paper provides historical background on homophobia within the Judeo-Christian tradition and traces some of the developments and contributions of ‘gay theology today.' Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Gaytheo.doc

Same Sex Marriage
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A 3 page essay that provides the student with a reaction and response essay to the prompt essay included in the assignment. The assignment essay describes various arguments to same sex marriage and then successfully refutes them. The writer/tutor summarizes these arguments and agrees. No bibliography is offered with this paper.
Filename: khssmar.rtf

Federico Garcia Lorca / His Poetry & Homosexual Themes
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A 7 page paper discussing the works of this twentieth century Spanish poet. The writer gives a short description of his life, then discusses two of his poems in depth, showing how they expressed his homosexuality in new and startling ways. Poems are included at end of paper. Bibliography included.
Filename: Lorca2.wps

Sexual Orientation & Humanitarian Rights
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A 12 page paper that considers a comparison between humanitarian and human rights regarding sexual orientation, and evaluates the application of the UN charter in this area of concern in different regions of the world. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: Sexualor.doc

Boccaccio's Depiction of The Plague vs. Today's Treatment of AIDS Victims
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A 4 page comparison between the social problem described in the opening of Boccaccio's 'Decameron' and the present-day AIDS dilemma. The writer describes how individuals affected with the Black Plague were treated very much like contemporary AIDS victims in terms of their alienation from society. AIDS is also regarded as being a somewhat different epidemic as it mostly affects only certain high-risk groups whereas the Plague could strike anyone, anywhere, at any time -- and no one knew why. No Bibliography.
Filename: Plagauds.wps

Racism and AIDS
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This 5 page report discusses and argues against the idea that racism is a valid response to people with AIDS because more African Americans (in fact, people of color in general) are infected with the virus than are Americans of European heritage. In fact, 61% of cumulative AIDS cases in Americans aged 20 to 24 are among people of color. This report suggests that the health care system is inherently biased against people of color, especially in dealing with HIV/AIDS. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWrace.doc

HIV, Vitamin A & The Womb
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2 pages in length. Briefly explores the role of vitamin A deficiency in facilitating the spread of HIV from mothers to unborn babies. Bibliography lists three sources.
Filename: Aidsbab2.wps

A.I.D.S / Social & Medical Impact
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In 6 pages the author discusses the social impact, the medical impact, and the financial impact of AIDS. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Aidsimp.wps

AIDS & Public Health
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6 pages in length. Despite studies that report AIDS-related deaths are on the decline, there has been -- and will continue to be -- a tremendous burden upon the general public with regard to general health issues and all associated with it. A disease so wicked that its consequences even affect those who are not afflicted with it, AIDS has placed a huge price tag on society that influences the health status and care of every single person, regardless of their age, gender or social status. The writer addresses the effects of AIDS on public health, as well as discusses how the gay population feels about mandatory testing. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: AIDSpub.wps


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