Summary: The Impact of Stress on Child Health in Impoverished Communities

Children are more largely susceptible to physiological effects of stress as they are still developing. Children in poverty, are disproportionately exposed to stressors that contribute to poor health outcomes. In my paper I focused on types of stress responses, the physiology of stress, the relationship between poverty, stress, and health, and maternal influence.

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Update 2: In Development

Over the course of six weeks in Berlin and throughout Germany, the vastly varying architecture, often within blocks of each other, showcased the differing perspectives on growth and destruction during the postwar period. Looking through the imagery that now dominates the modern perception of Berlin and the German perspective as a whole, it‘s difficult to decide how I can represent these buildings accurately, without overimposing analyses.

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Update 2: The Impact of Stress on Child Health in Impoverished Communities

As I had mentioned in my previous post I had originally planned to relate my research back to Rochester, NY through pictures. I did go take pictures, I will add some in below, but I largely did not feel comfortable walking around the areas I thought would best represent what I had in mind. I felt that the pictures I took did not represent enough of what I was trying to accomplish, thus I decided not to include these pictures or focus on Rochester in my final paper. I think instead I will just use the photos to aid my poster presentation to give a more visual aspect as the rest of the paper cannot be well represented in visuals, and a poster with only words is not especially attractive, it’s just overwhelming.

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Is Political Apathy Rooted in Institutional Inefficacy in the U.S.? Summary

My research did not contain many surprises; it just opened a lot of possibilities for further research. I would like to highlight what I learned, why political participation is important, and where I would like to go from here.

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