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1. Canadian Homelessness

2. Food shelters

2.1. Salvation army

3. The percentage of deaths in Africa because of poverty.

4. lots country dump garbage in the water. so this happen makes water pollution

5. obesity

5.1. child obesity

5.1.1. waist banned

5.2. in the 80's

5.3. North america

5.4. nutrition:pre-packaged foods, processed foods, fast-food, junk food, sugar, sodium

6. sexism

6.1. how women feel

6.2. what can women do to stop this?

6.3. how do men feel about this?

6.4. how long has sexism been going on?

6.4.1. years?

6.5. what are the main issues/ causes?

6.6. right to vote

6.7. gender roles

6.8. advantages the men got and women didn't

6.8.1. voting rights

6.8.1.1. pay/jobs.

6.9. why were women so differen't from men? were they really different? or did they just think that?

6.10. role of women in afghanistan

6.11. equal rights

6.12. New node

6.13. gender stereotypes

6.13.1. toys, movies,school(what we teach our kids)

6.14. women from different cultures/relegions.

6.14.1. some religions value women a lot more and others could care less.(and others repress)

6.15. what women and men can wear

6.15.1. men can wear whatever they would like, and women have to cover temselves, and dress appropreatly

6.16. some girls and woman can not go to school because they are girls. while men are in schools learning.

7. censorship

7.1. Throughout Time/history

7.1.1. 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, 2000s

7.2. Censorship in the Media

7.2.1. Computer

7.2.1.1. Facebook/Twitter/Skype

7.2.1.2. Internet

7.2.1.2.1. Web sites

7.2.2. Television

7.2.2.1. Throughout time

7.2.2.2. Ratings (C8, 14A)

7.2.2.2.1. Violence

7.2.2.2.2. Sexuality

7.2.2.2.3. Coarse Language

7.2.3. Newspaper

7.2.3.1. Censorship within theprinting press

7.2.3.1.1. Adults more likely to Read

7.2.3.1.2. Freedom of Speech

7.2.3.2. Articles

7.2.4. Movies

7.2.4.1. Ratings

7.2.4.1.1. Violence/Coarse Language Comparison Through Time

7.2.4.1.2. R Rated

7.2.4.2. Violence

7.2.4.2.1. Horror Films: Too Much Gore

7.2.5. Advertisment

7.2.5.1. Magazines

7.2.5.2. Billboards

7.2.5.2.1. Pictures

7.2.6. Music

7.2.6.1. Singers

7.2.6.1.1. Rappers

7.2.6.2. Video Clips

7.3. The FCC

8. Media

8.1. History

8.2. Power

8.2.1. Government

8.2.1.1. Control

8.2.1.1.1. Hidden Messages

8.3. print-based:magazine, billboards, newspapers.

8.3.1. Items to spread the word out

8.3.1.1. Internet

8.3.1.1.1. Music

8.4. People

8.4.1. Influences

8.5. Lies

8.5.1. Propeganda

8.5.1.1. Backmasking and subleminal messaging

8.5.1.2. to inluence the thinking of a certain community

8.6. Evolution

8.6.1. Music Before, Music Now

8.6.2. evolution of methods to advertise on television

8.6.3. People Now. People Before

8.7. Money

8.8. Truth

8.8.1. Stories

8.8.1.1. What is their intentions?

8.8.1.1.1. Reasons for actions

8.9. Messages

8.9.1. Lies,truth

8.10. Changing

8.10.1. Adaption

8.10.1.1. People

8.10.1.2. Style

8.10.1.3. Time

8.10.1.4. Rules

9. Child Labour

9.1. child labour in China

9.2. India

9.3. Africa

9.4. U.S.A

9.5. Canada

9.6. and other places around the world.

9.6.1. who does it affect? and why

9.6.1.1. who is going to take action?

9.7. main factories that childeren are working at

9.7.1. what the factories are making the children do?

9.8. how parents are effected and how it affects the childrens future.

10. Clean Water

10.1. clean water in Africa

10.1.1. lack of clean water

10.1.1.1. UNICEF supplies water to africa.

10.1.1.2. There are not enough rain

10.1.1.3. acid rain

10.1.2. dirty water

10.1.2.1. Africa people drink dirty water, so so many peolpe get ill

10.1.2.2. Africa water is dirty because there is not enough

10.2. clean water in Asia

10.3. clean water in North America

10.3.1. New node

10.3.2. New node

10.4. disease caused by dirty water

10.4.1. typhoid

10.4.2. New node

11. Genocides

11.1. Rwanda

11.2. Guadamala

11.2.1. holodemer

11.3. holocoust

11.3.1. hitler

11.4. effect on economy

11.4.1. New node

11.5. effect on families

11.5.1. New node

12. Animal testing!!

12.1. Animal that got tested

12.1.1. Monkey

12.1.1.1. From japan

12.1.2. Mouse

12.1.3. Rabbit

12.1.4. Frogs

12.1.5. Rat

12.1.6. mice

12.1.7. Birds

12.2. Articles

12.2.1. Brian cho!!!

12.2.1.1. http://www.elements.nb.ca/theme/toxics/emily/emily.htm

12.2.1.2. http://www.cbc.ca/news/story/2003/01/15/EUcosmetics_030115.html

12.2.1.3. http://www.all-creatures.org/articles/ar-stop.html

12.2.1.4. http://www.europeanvoice.com/article/imported/striking-a-balance-between-animal-testing-and-research/62960.aspx

12.2.1.5. http://www.gazette.uwo.ca/article.cfm?section=Opinions&articleID=1315&month=3&day=22&year=2007

12.2.1.6. http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?216443

12.2.1.7. http://www.carolinelucasmep.org.uk/2009/10/07/leading-green-launches-new-euro-campaign-to-replace-animal-testing/

12.2.2. pain

12.2.2.1. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in 2006 about 670,000 animals (57%) (not including rats, mice, birds, or invertebrates) were used in procedures that did not include more than momentary pain or distress. About 420,000 (36%) were used in procedures in which pain or distress was relieved by anesthesia, while 84,000 (7%) were used in studies that would cause pain or distress that would not be relieved

12.3. animal rights

12.3.1. tests

12.3.1.1. Toxicology testing

12.3.1.2. Cosmetics testing

12.3.1.3. Drug testing

12.4. companies

12.4.1. companies that DO test on animals

12.4.2. companies that DO NOT test on animals

13. Oil Crisis

14. overpopulation

14.1. What happen?

14.1.1. Global warming

14.1.1.1. Environment pollution

14.1.2. High cost

14.1.2.1. Starvation

14.2. World

14.2.1. North America

14.2.1.1. Haiti

14.2.1.2. United States

14.2.2. Asia

14.2.2.1. Bangladesh

14.2.2.2. China

14.2.3. Europe

14.2.3.1. Netherland

14.2.4. Africa

14.2.4.1. 8 Countries

14.2.4.2. poor

15. Global Warming

15.1. how it affects the people?

15.2. what are the affect?

15.3. what can we do about global warming

15.4. how can we help stop global warming.

15.5. how greenhouses help decrease the risk of global warming

15.6. New node

16. Poverty in Africa

16.1. How many people have been suffering Poverty.

16.2. When poverty started.

16.3. The main reason of poverty in Africa.

16.4. Poverty in the 90s, 80s, 70s, 60s, 50s, and 40s.

16.5. How people can stop poverty.

16.6. How children have been getting effected.

16.7. Why Africa has been having this problem.

16.8. How can we help decrease the percentage of poverty in Africa.

16.9. The changes from 1940s to 2009.

16.10. How long will it last.

16.11. FIGHTING POVERTY IN AFRICA

16.12. Have other countries helped stop poverty in Africa?

17. Communists

17.1. Cuba

17.1.1. Cuba's education system

17.1.1.1. Literacy percentage

17.1.1.1.1. Cuba's literacy percentage is 99%

17.2. presidents

17.2.1. Raul Castro

17.2.1.1. current presidente of Cuba (also commie)

17.2.2. tomas Estrada palama

17.2.2.1. tomas Estrada Palama was the fisrt Cuban President

17.2.2.2. He was the first communist ruler if Cuba

17.2.3. Fadel Castero brother of Raul Castro now to sick to serve in office

17.2.3.1. made a very properous country into a communist state

17.3. Communication

18. Media

18.1. Advertising

18.1.1. False Advertising

18.1.1.1. Online Advertising

18.1.1.1.1. Interactive Advertising

18.2. Sexual sell

18.2.1. Internet

18.2.1.1. Posters

18.3. Web banners

18.3.1. Skywritting

18.4. Infomercials

18.4.1. Impulse Purchase

18.4.1.1. Websites

18.5. Radio Advertising

18.5.1. Station or Network

18.6. Print Advertising

18.6.1. Newspaper and Magazine

18.7. Propaganda

18.8. Grammy Award

19. Gun control

19.1. gun control in canada

19.1.1. since 1800s

19.2. gun control in USA

19.2.1. http://www.essortment.com/all/guncontrol_rsms.htm

19.3. Death From guns

19.3.1. http://www.tincher.to/deaths.htm

19.4. law of gun control

20. New node

21. AIDS

21.1. Africa

21.1.1. effects on children

21.1.1.1. 22 million Africans are living with HIV and Aids

21.1.2. In the year of 2007

21.1.2.1. In sub-Sarhan 1.5 milllion people was killed by AIDS

21.2. New node

22. Status of first nations people in Canada

22.1. land battles

22.2. residential schools

22.3. losing cultural identity

23. New node

24. Homelessness

24.1. World Homelessness

24.1.1. U.S

24.1.2. Europe

24.1.3. China

24.1.4. India

24.2. World Poverty

24.2.1. Poverty in africa

24.2.2. poverty in china

24.3. Homelessness rate

24.4. Homelessness in toronto vs vancouver

25. Refugees

25.1. World Refugees

25.2. hi

26. New node

27. New node