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Student’s Name Instructor’s name Class Name Date Case Briefs CASE I Title of case: Terry vs. Ohio (1968) Facts: Officer realized that the complainant kept on chatting with another person along the street curve while moving every time on the street. Sometimes the people would peer to a store opening and talk further. Also, the people talked to the third person who they finally trailed along the street. Besides, the officer held that other men and the complainant were casing a store so that they can potentially robber it. The officer decided to approach those men for questioning. The petitioners fast frisking produced a hidden weapon, and that made the petitioner to be charged with...

Thematic Analysis Northern Ontario Health Care Students’ Knowledge and Self-Efficacy Regarding FASD During the interview, Kelly explores the status of health practitioners on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). FASD is a term referring to a variety of medical conditions in individuals whose mothers took alcoholic drinks during pregnancy. Kelly approaches the interviewee, Charlotte, by seeking to know what her understanding of the situation is. “So what are your first impressions of what’s going on here?” It is inferred from her admission she is a nursing student. “…I’m currently in my second year”. The following two themes are vivid from the transcript. Shallow Scope of the...

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Student’s Name: Course: Instructor: Date: One The potential ethical issues that are likely to be dealt as a researcher include ensuring that I "do no harm" to the new members joining the group through the use of words that may hurt them. The other issue is to avoid the use of informed consent. I would not disclose to the members my intention of the research since that may make them behave differently contrary to what they normally do. And also I would try as much as possible make the members being researched on to remain realistic as possible. Two The advantages of the informed consent are to help the participant who is involved in the research to remain on track concerning the information...

THE ROLE OF THE SENATE IN IMPERIAL ROME AND HOW THE PRESENCE OF AN EMPEROR AFFECTED IT by (Name) Course:Professor:University: City and State: Date Brief History of Rome “The founding of Rome dates back to the very early days of civilization” (Woolf 2001, p. 312). The place is so old that it earned itself the name ‘the eternal city.’ Modern history believes that the Roman Empire was founded somewhere around 625 BC; however, the Romans themselves believe that their empire was established in 753 BC. Kings were the top governing authorities in the early Roman Empire. However, after the reign of just seven kings, the Romans took possession of their city and started ruling themselves....