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Coffee has been an American Commodity

Coffee has been an American commodity as early as 1773 however over long periods of time prices of coffee have risen and the caffeinated beverage has developed its own culture and food chains such as Starbucks Dunkin Donuts and Wawa are thriving across the country because of their flavors of various coffees and lattes such as Peppermint Mocha Pumpkin Spice Caramel etc The term Coffee Culture refers to the social environment in which human behaviors are driven by the consumption of coffee Coffee has become the world's primary source of caffeine and is not only a trend that has flourished in the nation but has transformed into a symbol of social status So how has the evolution of coffee changed over that past couple of centuries How did it become a daily routine to have a cup of coffee in the morning And why are industries and companies making millions of dollars every year with their production of coffee 

1 pages | 316 words

The religious diversity in Australia has presented a major Challenge

INTRODUCTION The religious diversity in Australia has presented a major challenge to the Family Law Courts application of a law that was primarily designed for an Anglo Western society As Australian society becomes more diverse religious belief is becoming an increasingly common issue being considered by the Family Law Courts Parenting disputes are essentially salvage operations The Family Law Courts are asked to untangle the parents marriage while ensuring the best interests of the children are safeguarded If this task wasn t challenging enough the difficulties are compounded when emotional and long lasting issues such as religious upbringing of the children are brought into the equation Exercising religious freedom is an Australian constitutional right and decisions relating to the children's religious education and upbringing are ordinarily one of parental responsibility In family law matters there is a presumption of equal shared parental responsibility of the children

1 pages | 291 words