ARTICLES

Exploitation in beauty pageants is an issue of constant debate. A considerable amount of people believe that beauty pageants, particularly child beauty pageants, unfairly exploit contestants in a sexual manner by featuri...

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Since the start of Miss Universe pageants in the early 1950s, five Puerto Ricans hold Miss Universe titles. The title of the first Puerto Rican Miss Universe went to Marisol Maralet, winner of the 1970 competition. Next,...

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Corporations, local businesses and charities sponsor beauty pageants. The type of beauty pageant dictates the variety of sponsorship, with smaller pageants having a higher degree of local business participation.

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Whether or not humor actually increases brain function is still up for debate. There is little research into the subject that determines either way. However, it is known that humor stimulates the parts of the brain that ...

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The "leaders are born, not made" debate challenges whether leadership qualities are innate or whether they can be learned. One side of the debate insists that some people are born with certain personality traits and qual...

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There is no determined answer to the debate between the importance of wealth over health and vice versa, according to Time Magazine. For example, in many ways, access to health care is dependent upon monetary considerati...

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The debate in psychology over stability versus change centers on the permanence of initial personality traits. Some developmental psychologists argue that personality traits seen in infancy persist through a person's ent...

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