HISTORY

History development

Frontline for Sama Summary Name Course Date Discussion The story of Waad Al-journey Kateab as a journalist and rebel during the Syrian revolt is the film’s centerpiece. Sama Al-Kataeb is the daughter of Hamza Al-Kataeb, a doctor who is one of the few remaining in Aleppo, and she and her husband raised their daughter during the Syrian Civil War. After five years in Aleppo, Syria, the video depicts Waad al-life Kataeb’s five years of life in Aleppo, including the Battle of Aleppo (Pbs, 2022). When the uprising began in 2011, she was an 18-year-old economics student at the University of Aleppo. She falls in love, births her first daughter Sama, and learns to negotiate motherhood as the crisis engulfs the city (Pbs, 2022). Both she and her husband, a doctor working at one of the city’s few remaining hospitals, are faced with the agonizing option of whether or not to evacuate for their lives or stay behind to aid the innocent victims of war. Comparison between different cultural perspectives on policing, Courts and corrections between Syria and the USA In both Syria and the USA, jail harms public health. Prison has serious health repercussions for inmates and their families. Most offenders have pre-existing health issues due to their low-income, under-educated backgrounds and lack of access to competent healthcare. In overcrowded prisons, inmates’ health deteriorates due to lack of room, nutrition, and sanitation. Mental illness, HIV/AIDS, TB, hepatitis B and C, and other STDs are the most common causes of illness and death in jail. Suffocation, malnutrition, and diarrhea are common. TB is up to 100 times more common in prisoners than in general (UN, 2021). Preventing HIV transmission in prisons is prioritized in nations with prominent drug use and other high-risk behaviors. Many ailments affect both inmates and prison staff. People in prisons, jails, and other correctional facilities are more likely than the general population to have chronic illnesses like diabetes, heart disease, and mental illness (UN, 2021). Mass incarceration influences health inequalities across communities, not just behind prison walls. Drug trafficking and crime rate between Slovenia, Germany and USA The theft of vehicles, people and drugs is a significant crime in Slovenia. Among them are money laundering and gun trafficking. Slovenia is a prominent transit and source country for human trafficking. Forced labor, sex trafficking, and begging are common. Slave labor is increasingly frequent, especially in construction. Fewer victims are reported, but it is unclear if this is due to increased human trafficking or better detection measures. By 2020, cannabis will be involved in around 59% of all drug offences in Germany (UN, 2021). Germany has also emphasized drug trafficking issues. As a result, crime rates have risen. Due to the outbreak, pubs and clubs closed, reducing heroin and ecstasy-related crimes. Cocaine trafficking increased 9.6% year on year in 2020. Drug trafficking and crime rates in the USA were as follows: 1 298 more homicides in 2021 than in 2020. Gun assaults increased in 2021. Assaults with guns increased by 4%, and aggravated assaults by 8%. Robberies will rise in 2020. In 2021, burglary, theft, and drug offence rates fell 6%. Vehicle theft increased by 14% in 2021 (UN, 2021). Between 2020 and 2021, domestic violence climbed 4%. The tiny sample size warrants caution. As most programs in the US are dependent on criminal justice’s vast fields of professions, students pursuing this career are more advantaged and have a high possibility chance of thriving in future. Political analysts are high in demand, and other skilled crime investigators are in matters concerning political crimes. This is different in other countries as a crime in some countries is state-sponsored, and pursuing such careers could be so risky as it acts as a way of investigating the government. References Pbs. (2022). FRONTLINE | For Sama | Season 2019 | Episode 19. Www.pbs.org. https://www.pbs.org/video/sama-theatrical-version-dgbhlm/ United Nations. (2021). World Drug Report 2021. United Nations: Office on Drugs and Crime. https://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/data-and-analysis/wdr2021.html

7518138

Introduction The immigration law in the United States is complicated, and there is a wide range of confusion on the way it works. The U.S immigration law was created under the following guidelines: the family’s reunification, admission of immigrants possessing skills useful to the economy of the United States, refugee protection, and diversity promotion. The …

7518138 Read More »

history

Civilization: Monumental Architecture Name Institution Affiliations Date   Civilization: Monumental Architecture Ancient Civilization in the Middle and Near East Although there are numerous definitions as to what civilization is, in all appreciation to all these definitions and contributions to this topic, scholars and contributors agree on some common grounds. And one such common ground is …

history Read More »

The Cultural Impact of Photography in India

Name Professor Course Date The Cultural Impact of Photography in India The rise of photography in the Indian subcontinent began with import of the first daguerreotype cameras in 1840 by Thacker and Company, a firm in Calcutta that specialized in novelty imports for ‘Europe shops’ for European residents in India. The camera transformed from a …

The Cultural Impact of Photography in India Read More »

PLAG

Student’s Name Tutor Class Date The Events Leading Up To the Japanese Confinement The American President, Franklin Roosevelt, developed the Japanese internment camps during World War II. This followed after President Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, arguing that all Americans with a Japanese accent should be interred in isolated camps. The order came after the …

PLAG Read More »