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When do problems become issues? Can issues become problems?
Weegy: Debate is a means of settling differences. There must be a difference of opinion or a conflict of interest before there can be a debate. [ This difference of opinion is often called a controversy or a problem. When an individual or group of individuals come in contact with something they take a positive or negative view towards, they have created an issue and in order for the issue to be resolved, a thorough analysis of the issue is needed. web.ics.purdue.edu/~peters/HTML/docs/problem-become-issue.doc ] User: Can issues become problems? Weegy: Debate is a means of settling differences. There must be a difference of opinion or a conflict of interest before there can be a debate. [ This difference of opinion is often called a controversy or a problem. When an individual or group of individuals come in contact with something they take a positive or negative view towards, they have created an issue and in order for the issue to be resolved, a thorough analysis of the issue is needed. web.ics.purdue.edu/~peters/HTML/docs/problem-become-issue.doc ] User: When do problems become issues Weegy: If you have a problem with the issue, then clearly the issue is a problem. It also depends on what you mean by problem. (More)
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When do problems become issues? Can the reverse also happen?
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What things do you take into consideration when beginning to plan for investments? Why is it important to understand your long-term goals before you begin investing?
Weegy: Long term goals- What are you investing for- retirement, a house, [ your kids education etc. How many years do you have to invest to reach your goal. About how much money will you need your investment to produce to reach your goal. These are some of your potential goals. If you don't have an idea of what your goal is how will you know how much to invest and where to invest it. If you only have a few years you will want your investments to be mainly in safe investments that give you a lower rate of return. If you have a long time then you may divide you investments and put some of it in riskier investments that will give you a greater rate of return. In any case if you don't have an idea of what you are doing you need an investment counselor ] (More)
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what would be the introduction to an overview of the juvenile justice system and apoint by point comparison between juvenile and adult courts and the implications for the youth offender of the trend toward increasing the use of waivers or remanding juveniles to adult court for processing
Weegy: Juvenile justice is the area of criminal law applicable to persons not old enough to be held responsible for criminal acts. In most states, the age for criminal culpability is set at 18 years. [ Juvenile law is mainly governed by state law and most states have enacted a juvenile code. The main goal of the juvenile justice system is rehabilitation rather than punishment. Juveniles can be transferred into adult court if the juvenile court waives or relinquishes its jurisdiction. State statutes creating juvenile courts and providing methods for dealing with juvenile delinquencey have generally been upheld by courts as an acceptable extension of state police power to ensure the safety and welfare of children. The doctrine of parens patriae authorizes the state to legislate for the protection, care, custody, and maintenance of children within its jurisdiction. The federal role in the field has largely been that of funder and standard setter. Congress passed the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Control Act in 1968. This was later revised in 1972, and renamed the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Act. The stated purpose of the act is to assist states and local communities in providing community based preventative services to youths in danger of becoming delinquent, to help train individuals in occupations providing such services, and to provide technical assistance in the field. The Federal Juvenile Delinquency Act defines juvenile delinquency (any act that is othewise a crime, but is committed by someone under 18 years of age) and sets forth rules by which state laws must comply with regard to juvenile court procedures and punishments. ] (More)
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what would be the introduction to an overview of the juvenile justice system and apoint by point comparison between juvenile and adult courts and the implications for the youth offender of the trend toward increasing the use of waivers or remanding juveniles to adult court for processing
Weegy: Hi. What is your question for Weegy? User: what would be the introduction to an overview of the juvenile justice system and apoint by point comparison between juvenile and adult courts and the implications for the youth offender of the trend toward increasing the use of waivers or remanding juveniles to adult court for processing (More)
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