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What is the most powerful influence over a student's attitude and behavior toward alcohol use?
The Students circle of friends.
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It sort of like shows that he knows he's not ace cos he's like licking his feet and stuff, but he grows in confidence a load. How he treats Trinculo on the other hand sh…ows that he's confident, cos he'd never speak to someone like that before.i hope this helped im kinda stuck on the tempest too =/
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During the Great War (or, World War I), American attitudes towards the two sides involved were influenced in various ways. Perhaps most significantly, a general sympathy w…as felt for the Triple Alliance, especially Great Britain, based on their mostly similar forms of government and the mainly English heritage of many Americans. In respect to the Central Powers, American attitudes were generally hostile because of the aggressive conduct of Germany's submarine forces, which sank neutral ships, including American vessels,
I think, they believe in having a broad construction of powers given to Congress. That's what I put haha.
Electronic gadgets influence student's behaviour in both negative and positive ways. for ex.-according to a reseach video games help children to protect them and improve their… other skills whereas it can also influnce them for violence, fighting etc.
the most important role the president has over the courts is the appointment of supreme court justices
Christian attitudes about illegal drugs is most often that illegal drugs should not be used. This is based on scriptures stating that the body is the temple of the Holy Sp…irit and that we should obey laws unless they conflict with scripture. Many, if not most Christians believe in going to a doctor and taking prescription drugs for treatment of disease, though some believe they should be avoided. Some believe that God is able to heal without the use of pharmaceutical drugs, and others believe there are alternatives to taking drugs, including prayer and faith, herbs, healthy diet, etc.
What psychological perspective is most likely to examine how group membership influences individual attitudes and behaviors?
Which psychological perspective is most likely to examine how group membership influences individual attitudes and behaviors?
The only real influence the president has over the courts is his power to nominate justices to the Supreme Court. He can choose to nominate justices with political leaning…s he agrees with, meaning they would be more likely to pass laws he agrees with. However, his nominees must be interviewed and approved by Congress, so the president does not have unbridled power over the Supreme Court.
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More often used of a woman. It means she's either frigid or she's been put-off sex by a bad experience on her own part or of a close woman-friend. With religious women, it's s…ometimes an over-obsession with carnal sin.
how visual media either reflect, or influence social behaviors and attitudes