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CANCER
CANCER
INTRODUCTION Cancer is an abnormal growth of cells (usually derived from a single cell). The cells have lost normal contr ol mechanisms and thus are able to expand continuously , invade adjacent tissues, migrate to distant parts of the body and promote the growth of new blood vessels from which the cells derive nutrients. As cancer ous (malignant) cells grow and mu ltip l y they form a mass of cancerous tissues called a tumo u r that invades and destroys normal adjacent tissues . T umor is an a
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English 2341
English 2341
Instructor: R.J. Lambert Dwight Cobb 26/Mar/2011 Annotated Bibliography For Analysis of Oscar Wilde\'s "The Importance of Being Earnest" Bentley, E. (1985). Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views: Oscar Wilde; Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views , pp. 15-19. This article presents a critical analysis of the play "The Importance of Being Earnest," by Oscar Wilde. The play is a variant, not of domestic drama or of melodrama but of farce, a genre which, being the antithesis of serious, is not easily put to seri
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Alec Hernandez
Alec Hernandez
ENG 103 - Final Paper July 29 , 2014 The Importance of Being Earnest is one of Oscar Wilde\'s crowning masterpieces. The acclaimed comedic play tells the tale of Jack Worthing and the mischief he causes when he and his best friend, Algernon Moncrieff, assume double identities. When analyzing the play from various critical perspectives, the reader can divulge into the various historical roots and gender roles that the author uses to promote his message and criticize the Victorian upper class. Ev
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Introduction/Hollywood Icons (slide)
Introduction/Hollywood Icons (slide)
Hollywood icons such as film stars and film production companies became extremely popular and developed during the time from 1917 to 1941. Actors and actresses started getting recognised and known by the public, production companies boomed and movie attendance peaked, becoming the highest it\'s ever been. Hollywood and the progr ession to the Golden Age was greatly influenced by the movement from the silent era to the talkies. It was also influenced by the 1920s and the progression from theatre
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Pilgrimage 3
Pilgrimage 3
POVERTY: CAUSES AND EFFECTS WHAT IS POVERTY? -Lack of basic essentials (shelter, food, clean water, clothing, health care, education, security, sanitation) -Living one day at a time -No voice and no freedom -Lack of wellbeing -No basic human rights -Distribution of resources richest- 87% poorest- 1% in between- 12% WHAT CAUSES POVERTY? -Greediness -War/conflict -Lack of education> fewer job opportunities, don\'t get paid a great wage Debt: For every $1 developing countries receive from devel
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Introduction:
Introduction:
In Hollywood from the years 1917 to 1941, film stars and companies became extremely popular . Actors and actresses were recognised for their works in movies that typically wielded the same genre and were known by the public. The film industry, particularly production companies such as The Big Five, boomed and civilian movie attendance grew over the years. Hollywood and the progression to the Golden Age was greatly influenced by the movement from the silent era to the ‘talkies.\' The economic
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Comedy relies on it being a predictable play
Comedy relies on it being a predictable play
comedy relies on it being a predictable play characters j.p- justice of the peace hon. - status lady- status italic to indicate jobs of the working class- defined by their jobs, not these grand, rich names act 1 lane holding the books, does finance, algy inspects sandwich, eight bottles between them, that\'s a lot, don\'t have to go to work the next day idea of marriage- wilde- for convenience instead of love, once you\'re married life is no longer beautiful; Lane has to be interested in algys
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Alec Hernandez
Alec Hernandez
ENG 103 - Final Paper July 29 , 2014 The Importance of Being Earnest is one of Oscar Wilde\'s crowning masterpieces. The acclaimed comedic play tells the tale of Jack Worthing and the mischief he causes when he and his best friend, Algernon Moncrieff, assume double identities. When analyzing the play from various critical perspectives, the reader can divulge into the various historical roots and gender roles that the author uses to promote his message and criticize the Victorian upper class. Ev
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English 2341
English 2341
Instructor: R.J. Lambert Dwight Cobb 26/Mar/2011 Annotated Bibliography Bentley, E. (1985). Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views: Oscar Wilde; Bloom\'s Modern Critical Views , pp. 15-19. This article presents a critical analysis of the play "The Importance of Being Earnest," by Oscar Wilde. The play is a variant, not of domestic drama or of melodrama but of farce, a genre which, being the antithesis of serious, is not easily put to serious uses. In fact nothing is easier than to handle this play with
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Katie Skaggs
Katie Skaggs
David Sigler English 342 26 March 2010 Products of Society It seems as though all readers, audiences, and critics are aware that Oscar Wilde\'s intentions in writing The Importance of Being Earnest is to provide a social commentary and criticism regarding the upper classes of Victorian society. "A \'Revolutionary Outrage\': The Importance of Being Earnest as Social Criticism," by Jeremy Lalonde provides the views of many different critics. Though Lalonde\'s essay initially focuses on the sexual
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Mitchell Houston
Mitchell Houston
English 1A- T 11 S. Johnson 8/30/2016 Journal #1 The Future I\'ve asked myself the simple question of why I am in college at least a millions times since the term started a week ago, and the best answer I have come up with and concluded on by myself is that I\'m in college to better my own future and gain an education that will pave a pathway to my own successful future. I think I will be successful in English 1A because not only have I always understood my English and writing classes a little
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Ricardo Montoya8/11/16
Ricardo Montoya8/11/16
Video Game Design right472440 What is your favorite video game? Why do you like this game more than others? Describe what makes it your favorite - concept, game mechanics, luck vs. skill, level of challenge, size of "world", complexity, graphics, audio, etc. Your answer should be at least 250 words long (including this text). 00 What is your favorite video game? Why do you like this game more than others? Describe what makes it your favorite - concept, game mechanics, luck vs. skill, level of c
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Elise MooreKathy BinghamStress Management DATE @
Elise MooreKathy BinghamStress Management DATE @
Elise MooreKathy BinghamStress Management DATE @ "MMMM d, y" November 29, 2016Behavior Change Project Part 2.During this journey of eating healthy and working out properly, I experienced tremendous results! Not only have I lost about about ten pounds but these goal have increased my productivity. My mood feels more enhanced and feel truly happy and blessed stressed out. My energy is increase, I sleep better and have less aches and pains in my body. These goal were a little tough only b
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Elise MooreKathleen BinghamHE 120-03 DATE @ "
Elise MooreKathleen BinghamHE 120-03 DATE @ "
;MMMM d, y" December 3, 2016Stress Management Final Project Part 1 Describe your overall stress profile. Be sure to include a description of your stressors, your use of time, previous attempts at coping, and any other information acquired during the semester from any of the activities completed as a part of the class.Over this period of time and looking over my stress profile, Ive been able to really identify what stresses me out the most. One of my major stressors is money. I am always wor
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Desmond AnsonInstructor's Name DATE @ MMMM
Desmond AnsonInstructor's Name DATE @ MMMM
Desmond AnsonInstructor\'s Name DATE @ "MMMM d, y" July 26, 2016Best Man Wins Sunday of June 19, 2016 history was made when the Cavaliers fulfilled their promise of bring a championship to their city of Cleveland. With the final score of 93 to 89 the stadium was filled of emotions. A huge part coming from LeBron James himself. There almost seemed no end to his tears of joy as held the Larry O\'Brien championship trophy in his hands. The Cavs have answered a prayer that Cleveland has be
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Research Essay: Abortion
Research Essay: Abortion
Just think for a second, what it would feel like if someone made the decision if you either live or die. That is what happens to babies when their mother\'s decide to end their lives. It affects the baby because you\'re terminating their lives, but it also affects the mother in many different ways. We need to bring an end to abortion, it affects women physically and emotionally, killing a human being and not giving another family the opportunity of a child. The laws should not only protect the
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Gabby Corless Ms. Ford World History May 11th 2015
Gabby Corless Ms. Ford World History May 11th 2015
Gabby Corless Ms. Ford World History May 11th 2015 After World War II, Europe was destroyed, America facilitated the recovery to help rebuild Europe by providing military and financial to avoid the spread of communism The political differences between the 2 nations were total opposites , The United States was a democracy, a system that allows its citizens to choose the political party that runs the government. On the other hand the Soviets led by Joesph Staling were Communist , those who believ
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1. The graph below shows the interdependence of po
1. The graph below shows the interdependence of po
pulation size of two species of mites. Eotetranychus sexmaculatus serves as the food supply for Typholodromus occidentalis. [Source: C B Huffaker , (1958), Hilgardia , Volume 27, pages 343-383. Reprinted by permission of University of California Press.] (a)Predict when the next population maximum of T. occidentalis will occur. Show your working. ...................................................................................................................................... ................
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Frank Smith once said, One language sets you in a
Frank Smith once said, One language sets you in a
Frank Smith once said, "One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way." In two different writings, it is shown how people who aren\'t able to master the English language experience hardship in their lives. In his excerpt from "Test Day" , Frank Bures describes the struggles and bleak future of young kids in Africa, while Amy Tan explains how a mother struggles in everyday life without proper English in "Mother Tongue" . Although Tan\'s essay and Bures
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Analysis The Lumber-Room.   The lumber-room w
Analysis The Lumber-Room.   The lumber-room w
Analysis "The Lumber-Room".   "The lumber-room" was written by a british novelist Nector Munro. He was known as a best short story writer. In his childhood he was brought up by his grandmother and aunts. One of became a prototype for his short story the lumber room. The author satirized the unsympathetic methods of upbringing.   This story tells about a boy, named Nicholas, who was in disgrace for his bad conduct. He was left at home while other children were walking around the sands at Jagbo
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AMERICAN TELEVISION TODAY
AMERICAN TELEVISION TODAY
In the early 21st century television, which was developed in the 1930s, is by far the most dominant communications medium that delivers content to millions of viewers simultaneously. Since replacing radio in the 1950s as the most popular medium, television has been repeatedly criticized as the biggest factor underlying violence, teenage sex, gender and race stereotyping. But there is another side to this story. Television is the only medium which can offer special moments - inaugurations, space
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VIOLENCE IN THE MEDIA
VIOLENCE IN THE MEDIA
In recent years we have witnessed an alarming increase in the crime rate, especially among young people. We have been left shocked and at a loss to find explanations for why teenagers rob and blackmail, why young people commit physical violence, why children become murderers. Some people place the blame on the way violence is represented in the media and, as a consequence, demand that there should be stricter controls, or even censorship, put in place. However, this way of dealing with the prob
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STRATEGIES FOR SPEAKING and WRITING on a GIVEN SUB
STRATEGIES FOR SPEAKING and WRITING on a GIVEN SUB
JECT The Importance of Television Outline I. Introduction 1. Introduce general topic (TV) 2. Narrow down topic (household without TV?) 3. Restate question (TV importance) 4. State thesis (valuable programs, content, purposes) II. Body: Paragraph 1 (Types of programs) 1. Topic sentence (topic and controlling idea: many program types) 2. Supporting ideas (list some types) 3. Details (function) Paragraph 2 (Character of content) 1. Topic sentence (topic and controlling idea: what makes content att
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Equal Employment Opportunity in the United States
Equal Employment Opportunity in the United States
Shakora Biggs [email protected] Business Communication BCOM 320-04 Tuesday/ Thursday, 9:40 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. Ephraim Okoro, MBA, PhD Fall 2016 Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 , 2016 Howard University School of Business Washington, DC Throughout the years the United States has faced many challenges with equal employment opportunities for everyone. The United States has developed The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, also known as the EEOC, to enforce laws that help prevent everyone from
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21 rule s for effective SMM strategy
21 rule s for effective SMM strategy
21 rule s for effective SMM strategy As in any activity, SMM has its own unwritten rules. All are obliged to observe them, and those who are not familiar with the rules of the game, run the risk of retiring. We present a list of 21 basic social marketing rules that will help you create a solid foundation for any social media campaign: 1) There is no easy way for success Social media marketing includes investment, time, energy and creativity. This is an obligation tha t can\'t be avoided or miss
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Joe Majka
Joe Majka
Principles of Sociology 101 12/1/16 Petty Parental Problems Is it more than just getting two Christmases when dealing with the divorce of two parents. Understanding the importance of how a child is affected during this process and how it takes a toll on them is key. There are seven ways that a child is affected by the separation of their parents. These ways are as follows; the increase in level of responsibility needed to take on, they felt a sense of relief, the financial strain, playing the b
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Model answers - use to help you revise...
Model answers - use to help you revise...
MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH: c) Explain why there are different attitudes to Euthanasia in Christianity (8) All Christians are against euthanasia because they believe life is sacred and belongs to God. The Bible states quite clearly that Christians must not murder and euthanasia could be seen as murder. They also believe euthanasia is wrong because many Church leaders have said that only God can decide when someone should die. Doctors should save lives, not kill and if we allowed doctors to give
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Taylor Lautner v. Taylor Swift
Taylor Lautner v. Taylor Swift
The main issue in this case is whether Taylor Lautner v. Taylor Swift entered into a legal contract during their cohabitant. If said contract was agreed upon that Swift was to compensate Lautner if her career was to advance. This is a civil contract case. A contract is a promissory agreement between two or more people that remove all legally enforceable obligation. Since people enter into a contract voluntarily, those contract term are not imposed by law. (p. 44) A contract does not have the ta
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Chris Rock v. Larry the Cable Guy
Chris Rock v. Larry the Cable Guy
The main issues in this case is whether Larry the Cable Guy violated the contract between himself and Chris Rock, and if he was legal attempts were made to notify Larry the Cable Guy of the civil lawsuit before a default judgement was awarded. This is a contract and a summons case. A contract is a promissory agreement between two or more people that remove all legally enforceable obligation. Since people enter into a contract voluntarily, those contract term are not imposed by law. (p. 44) A wr
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W.R. Reeves v. Central of Georgia Railway Company
W.R. Reeves v. Central of Georgia Railway Company
The main issues in this case is whether the testimony provided by Reeves while on the stand was hearsay evidence and if it should have been allowed to be entered as evidence. This is a Hearsay rule case. The hearsay rule of evidence excludes witness testimony that is not from personal knowledge of the witness but instead from the repetition of what was said or written outside the court by another person. This is offered for the purpose of establishing the truth of what was said. (p. 172) The he
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Michael v. University
Michael v. University
The main issue in this case is whether the University violated procedural due process by depriving Michael of a protected liberty and property to a hearing, and concluding without a hearing to challenge to the University\'s claim of cheating by Michaels. This is a due process case. Procedural Due Process is in the 14th Amendment - Section 1. "...nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law..." (pp. 31 & 671). The definition of liberty and
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Brian Short v. The State of Florida
Brian Short v. The State of Florida
The main issue in this case is whether the State of Florida violated substantive due process and the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution by depriving Brian and Jennifer of a protected liberty right to enter a marriage contract. This is a due process case. Substantive Due Process is in the 14th Amendment - Section 1. "...nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law..." (pp. 28 & 671). The relevant definitions here is the definition of lib
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Kansas v. Dinh Loc Ta
Kansas v. Dinh Loc Ta
Kansas v. Dinh Loc Ta Facts: On the date of 19 July 2009, Ta was at a Wichita, Kansas movie theater along with two young girls, a 2-year-old and a 3-year-old, along with their mothers. Ta approached the two mothers and the two girls and introduced himself. Ta then sat on the bench next to the 3-year-old and tried to talk with her. Ta then moved the girl\'s hair out of her face, "kind if caressing her face" and began to rub the girls arm and leg as a "comforting pat" as testified by the two moth
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Ivancic v. Olmstead
Ivancic v. Olmstead
Ivancic v. Olmstead Facts: Since 1970, Olmstead owned the property next to Ivancic\'s parent\'s property and at the base of Olmstead property stood a maple tree adjacent to Ivancic\'s parents property. The branches of the maple tree extended over into the side of Ivancic\'s property. On 26 September 1980, Ivancic was working on his truck in the driveway of his parent\'s property when a heavy windstorm caused a branch from the maple tree to fall and injure Ivancic. Ivancic filed a lawsuit agains
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Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
First Semester 2016/17 AF1605 Introduction to Economics |Problem Set: |4 | | | | |Student Name: |Lau Ka Wai | | | | |Student ID: |16065989D | | | | |Programme enrolled: |International shipping and transporatation | | |logistics | | | | |Subject Lecturer: |Dr Vincent Mok | | | | |Subject Tutor: |Dr Vincent Mok | | | | |Tutorial Group: |TUT004 | | | | |Tutorial Day and Time:|Wednesday 5:30 p.m. | | | | |Number of words: | | AF1605 Introduction to Economics First Semester 2016/17 Results of Presen
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2016-2017 (Semester One)
2016-2017 (Semester One)
APSS112/ APSS1A08- Introduction to Sociology Lecture Time: Mondays 1230-1520/ Fridays 1530-1820 Lecture Venue: HJ-304/ HJ-305 Dr. Luke Fung(?????), Department of Applied Social Sciences (Office - EF711, Tel: 2766-4695, Email: [email protected]) What is sociology? If you registered this subject because, say, its assigned time slot "fits into" your schedule, it is only natural that you have paid little, if not no, attention to the core content of this subject. If you registered this subject on
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FB1003 Freshman Seminar (2016-2017)
FB1003 Freshman Seminar (2016-2017)
Individual Assignment - Reflective Essay (35%) What is the assignment about? The Reflective Essay will allow students to review their own level of personal competencies with respect to the five generic learning outcomes of the BBA programme; and to identify and priortise areas for improvements where appropriate. It accounts for 35% of the overall grade of the subject. What does the assignment intend to achieve? Reflective writing intends to provide Freshman students a valuable opportunity to re
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Fred, a freshman of PolyU , feels obliged to join
Fred, a freshman of PolyU , feels obliged to join
Fred, a freshman of PolyU , feels obliged to join the orientation camp organized by his departmental society . While some of the other freshmen decided not to join any orientation activities. The above phenomena can be explained by several theories, including the labeling theory and social control theory. First ly , Fred did a few things that he considered stupid in the camp and he observed that other freshmen are willing to a ct the same way . If Fred choose not to yell loudly or not to wear t
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APSS112 / APSS1A08 - Introduction to Sociology
APSS112 / APSS1A08 - Introduction to Sociology
2016-17- Semester one - Assignment (Sample) Choose any ONE of the two questions overleaf and give a piece of sociological analysis by using concepts covered in class. You should spend 300-400 words on the question you choose. This assignment makes up 20% of your final grade in this subject. (Sample Question) Three people (A, B and C) were at the bus-stop which covered a wide range of bus routes. These three passengers did not know each other and thus had no idea which bus others were awaiting.
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Mrs. Doubtfire is a light hearted movie which abou
Mrs. Doubtfire is a light hearted movie which abou
Mrs. Doubtfire is a light hearted movie which about the lives of a family going through a divorce. Though it is a comedy, the film actually sheds light on the broken marriage between two middle aged parents. Moreover, the film examines the effect of these gender roles on families and th e content of this film can be explained by several sociological ideas such as: gender roles, functionalistic view on gender, feminist view on gender and theories on family. First of all, this film concerns the g
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2016-2017 (Semester One)
2016-2017 (Semester One)
APSS112/ APSS1A08- Introduction to Sociology Lecture Time: Mondays 1230-1520/ Fridays 1530-1820 Lecture Venue: HJ-304/ HJ-305 Dr. Luke Fung(?????), Department of Applied Social Sciences (Office - EF711, Tel: 2766-4695, Email: [email protected]) What is sociology? If you registered this subject because, say, its assigned time slot "fits into" your schedule, it is only natural that you have paid little, if not no, attention to the core content of this subject. If you registered this subject on
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Suit You
Suit You
Your fashion stylist Be bold and stand out from the crowd Team3 (FB1003 TUT005) Content Introduction Background Organization Service Promotion & Future Financial Plan C ompetitive Advantages & Unique ness 1 Introduction Our busi n ess is an online platform that enable youngsters to purchase clothes through the internet. Nowadays, most of the youngsters love wearing trendy clothes. However, due to mountains of workload, they seldom have time to go shopping. In view of this, we propose to
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
Critical Reading/ENG 101-905 Essay Title: About Los Vendidos, El Teatro Campesino, and Luis Valdez Author: David Kuria Summary: The short study written by David Kuria explained "Los Vendidos." The play "Los Vendidos" by Luiz Valdez means the sellouts in English. It was written to emphasize on the stereotypes Americans typically put on Mexicans, and it also highlighted the Mexicans adapting to the American culture. It\'s about a man named Sancho who owns a Mexican Lot. Ms. Jimenez, a Latina wome
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
February 15, 2017 "Beyond School" ENG101-905 1020 words Education beyond the school system is essential to growth. I won\'t deny that the curriculum teaches us things that I personally wouldn\'t bother to learn myself, such as theorems or anything past my basic time tables; but it\'s also bland. When I started to take with me what I was learning in school and going deeper is when my knowledge started expanding. I was always smart, as my teachers would say, and definitely had the potential but I
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
Critical Reading/ENG 101-905 Essay Title: Blurred Lines, Indeed Author: Roxane Gay Summary: In the essay, "Blurred Lines, Indeed", by Roxane Gay she focuses on the idea that the culture is one that doesn\'t treat women fairly and are looked at as less than. Roxane Gay uses real life examples to support her opinion of how women are treated. She bases her essay on a specific song written by Robin Thicke called Blurred Lines, and expands to show how women aren\'t treated as human beings. Definitio
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
Critical Reading/ENG 101-905 Essay Title: ‘Men are stuck\' in gender roles, data suggest Writer: Emily Alpert Reyes Summary: In the article "\'Men are stuck\' in gender roles, data suggest" , published in 2013, the writer\'s main point is that gender revo lution was lopsided and still is. The writer provides statistics/data from surveys and interviews that p rove when it comes to gender roles, people are more open to women being masculine than they are to men being feminine. Without action, m
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
Critical Reading/ENG 101-905 Essay Title: Encouraging Learning Author: Hsun Tzu Summary: In this essay, Encouraging Learning, real life and nature examples were given to go in depth about the main point of this essay. This essay was all about continuously learning, and not necessarily within the school system, but through life and self-education and studying ancient rulers. Not all ancient rulers are correct, but they\'re wise and have experienced and taught things we can learn from to make us
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
Critical Reading/ENG 101-905 Essay Title: Take This Quiz! (Twenty Reasons You Could Be Working Harder and Longer Than You Have To, Yet Learning Less and Receiving Lower Grades) Author: Adam Robinson Summary In the essay, Take This Quiz!, it describes the difference between successful or smart students and unsuccessful students. Based on the essay, the difference is in the students\' attitudes. First, there is a quiz to take to evaluate what kind of attitude you as a student has towards school.
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
February 7, 2017 Critical Reading/ENG 101-905 Essay Title: A Homemade Education Author: Malcolm X In the essay, A Homemade Education, it describes Malcolm X\'s time spent in prison but truly emphasizes on how he retaught himself how to read and write. It all began from Malcolm honoring Elijah Muhammad, the Nation of Islam\'s founder and a very intelligent man. Malcolm followed Muhammad\'s teachings and when he wrote to him, he wanted to be articulate too. He also examined how articulate one of
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Jordan Galloway
Jordan Galloway
February 15, 2017 "Beyond School" ENG101-905 1020 words Education beyond the school system is essential to growth. I won\'t deny that the curriculum teaches us things that I personally wouldn\'t bother to learn myself, such as theorems or anything past my basic time tables; but it\'s also bland. When I started to take with me what I was learning in school and going deeper is when my knowledge started expanding. I was always smart, as my teachers would say, and definitely had the potential but I
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