Academic writing
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...ACADEMIC WRITING HAS IMPROVED Affiliation Academic writing is an important component in one’s learning, especially in higher education. The benefits of essay writing are numerous, and these benefits go beyond the school setting. During the writing course, I have been exposed to various essay writing strategies and approaches that have significantly improved my writing skills. As a student, I have learnt that essay writing is part of the learning process and applies to all disciplines. By taking the writing course, I have improved in all subjects. The course has helped me understand readings better and develop the skills needed to put ideas in writing in a coherent and organized manner... HOW MY ACADEMIC ...
Academic Writing
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...Academic Writing Academic Writing Academic writing requires professional diligence because it consists of heavy research work and properly referenced paragraphs aiming to persuade as well as educate an individual regarding a particular issue. There are various conventions that need to be followed while writing academic based papers. The writer must make use of the written language in the third person in order to convince the reader of what he is trying to say. Furthermore, too many quotes and statements by other authors should not be used in order to...
ACADEMIC WRITING
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...academic freedom and intellectualism. Despite a the number of similarities between the two countries, it takes a longer period of time to complete an undergraduate degree in the united states than in the united kingdom except in Scotland where a degree certificate is offered after 4 years of learning. A person with an undergraduate degree can move directly to a PHD... Compare and contrast the United Kingdom education system to the education system in the United Kingdom By Date Most countries in the world have a system in place that supports and control education. Education system however changes from one country to the other. The education system in the United Kingdom for example is divided into primary...
Writing about oaranormal such as ghost
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...Writing about the Paranormal There are immense accounts from all over the world that speak to the reality of ghosts and spirits of those who have died. They all share certain characteristics, like cold spots, hearing voices, tapping, unexplained footsteps, and in some of the more unpleasant tales, actual aggressive attacks that cause physical harm. However, when it comes to television one always has to ask the question how much of this is true documentary and what is exaggerated to make the show more compelling for the viewers? Recent polls have shown that 71% of people believe they have had a paranormal experiences, 56% believe that those...
Academic Writing Skills
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...academic writing requires several important skills. Outline these skills and analyse the importance of them within the whole academic writing process. Word count: 915 Author of essay Name of the course Professor Name University/ School “I must write it all out, at any cost. Writing is thinking. It is more than living, for it is being conscious of living.” Anne Morrow Lindbergh1 proclaimed these words and considered writing as the way of her existence. I cannot but mentioned that for someone writing is passion, while the one is a chastisement for others. It depends from your personality and your proficiency in a particular field. Even if you like to write, you cannot just sit... Question: Successful...
Academic Writing for Adults
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...Academic Writing for Adults As a requirement for this I face the task of writing this essay, with the aim of convincing its reader that I am worthy to join the Academic Writing for Adults class. Otherwise, I understand I would have to take the Writing Workshop, which offers a more intensive training for students who have exceptional difficulty with their academic writing. I believe that I do not need to take the Writing Workshop. Far from experiencing “writing anxiety,” I have a strong interest in writing, and my personal goal is to learn how to write more effectively. I believe that Academic Writing for Adults will be a good venue in which I could pick up pointers for improving my... Placement Essay:...
Grammer & Academic Writing
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...Academic Writing ID] [Lecturer] My Grammatical Strengths and Weaknesses IntroductionThis writer believes that his grammar has improved with the passage of time and this has happened due to his hard work and devotion towards finding out the very basics related with grammar usage. The writer is very satisfied with his progress overall and feel that more improvement could be made if adequate levels of participation in the grammar ranks are incorporated on a consistent basis. However there are some weaknesses that exist to date which are also accounted for here in this paper. The mesh of these strengths and weaknesses is a wholesome combination of improvement that has been made by this writer... Grammar &...
Conventions of academic writing
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...Academic Writing When doing science-based research paper in the past, it was essential to apply the APA convention as it helped me manage to standardize scientific writing in a way that would be comprehensive to the evaluator. I have learned that besides research reports, APA style is used as well for term papers, empirical studies, literature reviews, theoretical articles, methodological articles, and case studies. The style itself does establish ease in reading comprehension especially among social and behavioral sciences, for clarity of communication, as it enables shifting of the idea forward with a minimum of distraction and a maximum of precision. Formatting paper in APA style... Conventions of...
Academic writing skills
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...Academic writing skills The critical comparison of two academic papers requires the presentation of their strengths and weaknesses in regard to their structure and content; at the same time it is necessary to refer to their alignment with the ethical standards of academic research – especially if there is empirical research involved. Current paper focuses on the comparison of two academic pieces of work; the first of them, entitled as ‘Earning it’ will be referred to as ‘Assignment 1’, while the second one, entitled as ‘Direct Line Reviews and System Acquisition’ will be referred to as ‘Assignment 2’; the...
Writing An Academic paper.
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...Writing an Academic Paper Introduction: In writing a research paper, one of the first steps is to find out a significant amount of information on a particular topic, which can then be used as a basis for analysis. Important points and quotations can be identified, which may be used to consolidate the position or argument that the Paper is advocating. These notes can then be used as the basis for a write-up, providing a succinct research question or statement at the beginning of the Paper, with explanations and analysis followed by a conclusion. In this Paper, I am examining how I will go about gathering material and...
Masters Academic Writing Skills
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...ACADEMIC WRITING SKILLS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE Introduction Academic writing skill is one of the major that one requires to solve issues and good research studies. It expounds an individual’s critical thinking, analytical skills, knowledge in research, and academic integrity. Good academic writing is the basis for good management techniques. It enables an individual to organize discussion into logical points establishing clear connections between ideas in clarity and cite of relevant sources in research. Good academic writing also enables...
Academic Writing and Presentation
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...academic research that is meant to support the theoretical framework of the research being done. The literature reviewed for scholarly papers is also drawn mainly from peer reviewed journals. These journals have reliable information since they would have been approved by different institutions of higher learning. However, it can be seen that the article does not clearly outline the method of data collection. In other words, it can be seen that there is no primary data collected for this particular study and it does not show the population sample of the respondents. The study mainly relied on secondary data obtained from the studies already done by other people... Summary The article by Kapoor & Solomon...
Reflection on Academic Writing
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...Academic Writing in Psychology Introduction Since I understood the main scope of psychology as being based on the study of human behavior, my interest in writing psychology research papers has grown. I have understood that psychology basically uses empirical inquiry in helping understand the human behavior since it is a social science. I have understood the three main elements needed in completing a psychological research. The three elements include describing, explaining and understanding the psychological concepts from a standpoint of an empirical investigation. As a psychological reader, I have read so widely about the major disciplines in psychology. The disciplines I have read... Reflection on...
Conventions of academic writing
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...Academic Writing When doing science-based research paper in the past, it was essential to apply the APA convention as it helped me manage to standardize scientific writing in a way that would be comprehensive to the evaluator. I have learned that besides research reports, APA style is used as well for term papers, empirical studies, literature reviews, theoretical articles, methodological articles, and case studies. The style itself does establish ease in reading comprehension especially among social and behavioral sciences, for clarity of communication, as it enables shifting of the idea forward with a minimum of distraction and a maximum of precision. Formatting paper in APA style... Conventions of...
Academic writing for accounting
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...Academic Writing for Accounting Academic Writing for Accounting Internationally recognized scholars have often paved the way for important contributions in their various fields, and accounting is no exception. Raymond J. Chambers is a name that is often brought up when the art and science of accounting is mentioned on many occasions as he revolutionized what may have been considered crucial in decision-making among different users. Individuals should not only note of his contributions to the accounting thought, but also be aware of his importance to accounting history. This is especially with works such as; The Poverty of...
Academic writing and discourse functions
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...academic writing: Argumentation: Argumentation holds a very important position in academic writing. It is, indeed, one of the most fundamental language discourse functions that are frequently employed in the academic writing. Unlike essays that generally describe the subject matter, argumentative essays allow the writer to adopt a biased approach towards the matter under consideration. Argumentation reflects the writer’s confidence in the text he/she puts in front of the public. It is very easy for anyone to say anything generally. However, people tend to be very specific, particular and choosy in their approach once they have to take a stand... Role of “argumentation” and “facts and opinions” in...
Academic Writing in the Digital Age
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...writing has become a vital part of formal education. Before, essays were mainly in higherlearning institutions and were part of the students’ assignments. The essays were used to assess their level of understanding the concept they have been taught in class. High school students nowadays write academic essays as well. Universities are also using academic essay writing as a way of selecting the right students for admission and as a way of assessing performance of their students in the final exams especially in the schools of humanities and social sciences. This essay will look into what essays are, what is its importance especially in colleges, skills gained by academic essay... Introduction Essay...
English usage and style in Academic Writing
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...ACADEMIC WRITING English usage and style in Academic Writing The adoption of English in Singapore is an indication that the world has embraced the language as a mode of communication. Singaporeans are using English when conducting business operations. The language enhances the level of understanding amid the country and its neighbors. Interestingly, Singaporeans refer to English as a language that fosters development because they believe that the language is universal (Mastin, 2007, p. 2). A few Singaporeans believe that speaking English as a mode of communication will end with time. This aspect is true though a significant proportion of the populace supports English... ENGLISH USAGE AND STYLE IN...
Hamlets Ghost
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...Ghost "Remember me." (Jenkins 1982). These words of Hamlet's father's ghost echo from the first act of the play into eternity. Hamlet could not forget his father, or the treacherous tale of incest and adultery he weaved. The details of the affair between Hamlet's mother and his uncle, which ended in his father's murder, were ever on his mind. Neither can modern readers forget the tale. Hamlet is one of William Shakespeare's best known, and most performed, plays. It was first performed in the beginning at the 17th century at the Globe Theater in London, and Hamlet continues to fascinate audiences all around the world. The ghost may be the main reason for Hamlet's continuing popularity... Hamlet's Ghost...
Believing Ghost
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...Ghost A great controversy exits all over the world if ghosts really exist or it is mere speculations. It isimportant to take note that people have different traditions and cultural lifestyles and therefore, what appears to be reality in one area may not evoke any interest in people in other regions (Matas and Nodelman 54). In most cases, people tend to adopt the traditional beliefs that already exist in the society. To be certain that strange things such as ghosts exist, a person must have an encounter with a ghost or must encounter ghostly acts that evoke so much surprise and wonder. To be certain that an act is ghostly, it must be beyond human comprehension and there is nothing anyone... Believing...
Well written paper and difference between in academic/business writing
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...academic writing & business writing A well written paper should have correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation (What constitutes a well-written paper? 2008). Moreover a well written paper should cater the needs of the readers or the subscribers. Responsiveness, thesis, organization/focus, development, style, presentation etc are some of the prerequisites of a well written paper (Murphy, 2004). For example, story writing is entirely different from other types of writing. Stories should catch the attention of the readers and for that purpose story writers use so many imaginative things in the story. A story simply narrating an incident may not catch... the attention of the public whereas a...
Academic writing
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...Should children head the ball in soccer? Introduction Soccer is the one of the well-known games around the world withan enormous following in terms of both players and fanaticism with approximately one million professional players and over a billion fanatics. 74,738 people in attendance watched the last world soccer competitions in Rio de Janeiro at the Mariana stadium pitting Germany versus Argentina. Billions other followed globally through the television sets and online. It was only in the 2014 world cup that the FIFA became concerned about the potential risks posed as a result of head injuries (Stone, 2014). Why children should not head a ball Its crystal that shock to the head... children head the ...
Review on "Ghost Soldiers"
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...Ghost Soldiers Book Review Essay Many are the times people take for granted the roles played by soldiers deployed to defend their country’s honor at war (Shlachter, 2001). This is because they lack in depth information with regard to the experiences these soldiers undergo while in the battlefields. Ignorance remains an integral reason as to why people remain clueless about the experiences of soldiers engaged in war (Shlachter, 2001). In addition, the traumatized soldiers’ training expects them to remain resilient and not break under pressure. As a result, many of them suffer in silence from the traumatic experiences. They avoid recounting to their family and friends about...
Louis ghost armchair
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...GHOST ARMCHAIR Image retrieved https www.google.com/search?q=picture+of+THE+CLASSIC+LOUIS+GHOST+ARMCHAIR&client=firefox-a&hs=Hbw&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=sb&tbm=isch&imgil=ANqcE1Y5nH5XjM%253A%253Bhttps%253A%252F%252Fencrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com%252Fimages%253Fq%253Dtbn%253AANd9GcSbNIriOA8CyT7DqS4Pb-nTjqkDTU1DNi4ifda87wVMv7wN-8wvPQ%253B540%253B813%253B93dx6voSQPo9dM%253Bhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww.apartmenttherapy.com%25252Fmodern-classics-the-ghost-chair-176685&source=iu&usg=__Hk9qwRkvPoXBKm3JolsBOYCbWYg%3D&sa=X&ei=DvpTU8SnBsiJ7AbEkIGICA&ved=0CDIQ9QEwAw#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=B1JNjZY6M0zuqM%253A%3B6oUw-KOd0PSoFM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252F3.bp.blogspot.com%252F... Art Deco Homework THE IC LOUIS...
Steve Coll's "Ghost Wars"
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...Ghost Wars" per our previous e-mail correspondence The terrorist attacks f September 11, 2001 in the United States compel many to think about that what actually had led up to that fateful day as well as the role f US intelligence agencies in countering such threats. Steve Coll in his book - Ghost Wars -- gives a detailed and very useful chronology and analysis f pivotal events, missteps, indecision, apathy, and ultimately tragedy up to the day before the attacks. Divided into three parts, Coll's book provides valuable insights into the US policy-making process in Afghanistan. The specifics f US policy often make an outside unsure and perplexed by the surrounding situations. One prime... Steve Coll's...
Explain the importance of purpose, audience, tone, and content in academic writing
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...academic writing The structure of academic writing stands on four pillars, ly purpose, audience, tone and content. No piece of writing can be called academic if it does not have a purpose. Purposeful writing has a message that is directed at particular members of audience. An essay that discusses what shade of lipstick to wear with what color of skirt clearly addresses women and has little to do with men. Likewise, an essay which discusses how to please your spouse is clearly meant for married people. Tone of an essay conveys to the reader how serious he/she should take the piece of writing. Tone of academic writing is consistent... with the purpose of writing. Laws and legal...
Holy Ghost Religion
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...Ghost Religion The Holy Ghost Religion refers to the people who profess the Christian faith and believe in the power of God. They alsofollowthe strict doctrines of Jesus Christ and view him as their savior and Messiah. Observers of the religion expect that miraculous works and wonders follow these people and as such there would be a set of expectation. Thus, when I watched the documentary, I expected some works of wonder and miracles to happen or take place at any stage. My expectation comes from the intuition that the Holy Ghost proceeds from God and good things will occur. The holy spirit of God is to give hope for the people and...
What you have learned about writing, and possibly reading, from this course( english academic communication
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...write more confidently. There are many different academic referencing styles in English essay writing. APA style format stands for the American Psychological Association. This style focuses on how to make the essay more organized and neat. This was the first element which I learned during the academic communication class. APA style has an easy format steps to follow in essay writing, such as using font size 12, double spaced, and a page header. Moreover, APA style paper should include four principal sections which are: title page, abstract, main body, and references. Secondly, writing an essay requires a long time so that a research... Since the beginning of the I can say with confidence that I have...
Film Critique Ghost 1960
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...Ghost 1990 Thesis ment The genre of movie is ever lasting love. This paper will present the story of a film, its main characters and message conveyed by the movie. The paper will comment on the standard of acting done by the cast, cinematography, editing, sound, style and directing, impact of society on the film and vice-versa and genre. The paper will take a generic approach to film analysis and highlight various contextual themes used in the film. This paper makes an endeavor to prove that filmmakers of the movie have been able to convey the message that love is ever lasting. Plot Bruce Joel Rubin has written the plot of the film Ghost. It was screened in 1990. Molly, a ceramic art... ? Film Critique-...
King Leopolds Ghost
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...Ghost In his book King Leopold’s Ghost, Adam Hochschild attempted to create awareness about an untold occurrence in time – the independence of Congo. By profession, Adam Hochschild is a writer and journalist who has contributed many books and articles in various newspapers and magazines (“Adam Hochschild”, n.d.). His journalism career is reflected from many of his writings, particularly in Finding the Trapdoor. Hochschild has addressed many issues from history in his books including slavery, cruelty, freedom, war, colonialism, and the Apartheid era. King Leopold’s Ghost also deals with an event in time that, although rarely heard, narrates the acquirement of Congo... Book Review: King Leopold’s Ghost In ...
Ghost World FIlm Review
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...Ghost World”, movie directed by Terry Zwigoff, was released in 2001. The screenplay by Daniel Clowes is based on the comicseries by the same name. It was highly acclaimed by critics; it also receives very favorable reviews from those, who have seen it, however, it did not have a great commercial success. It is centered on lives of teenage girls that just graduated from the High School and are learning to cope with their new life. Enid and Rebecca, best friend, are very different; however, they have a very similar view on the people around them. They see the world as full of weird people, such as “Satanists”, crazy Doug, Seymour (played by Steve Buscemi), Enid’s art teacher... ?Is the world “real”? The...
The Congo King Leopold's Ghost
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...Ghost ‘King Leopolds Ghost’ is a history book written by Adam Hochschild. The book explains the exploitation of King Leopold II to the Congo Free State between 1885 and 1908. The book explores the atrocities committed by King Leopold II during that period. The main aim of the book is to increase awareness of crimes and atrocities committed by tyrannical colonial rulers in Africa. The book chronicles the efforts of the king to make the Congo into a Belgian colonial empire. With political intrigue, propaganda and corruption, King Leopold II gets the assistance of an explorer called Henry Morton Stanley, and that of powerful states and public opinion. Through the Berlin Conference, King... King Leopold...
Academic Writing - Logical Fallacies
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...writes, involves a misrepresentation of an opponent’s position, or a competitor’s product, or goes after a weaker opponent or competitor while ignoring a stronger one. The argument Marissa is using is an Her Dad looked at her lovingly, “No, Marissa, I don’t think you’re a child. I just don’t think it’s safe for you to take the car to a party.” She snapped, “Because it’s not safe? Well, you better take away our kitchen knives, because they aren’t safe!” example of a straw man because it misrepresents her... FALLACY ESSAY Marissa knew her father would not be happy. She needed to somehow convince him to let her take the car to her best friend’s party. She thought if he said no, she could argue her way to...
Foundations of Academic Writing
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...HUMAN BEING’S ETHICAL OBLIGATION IN RESPECT TO OTHER ANIMALS By University Date The modern society is guided by rules and regulation where respect for one another’s rights is paramount. This has been extended to other non-human beings that ought to be handed due respect since they enjoy the right to live. Animal power has been a hot topic in the recent years with so much argument on whether animals deserve to have rights or not. Numerous assumptions and hypothesis have been advanced but to date their no specific stand that has been put forward concerning the issue; thus, animals are handed their rights selectively depending... BEING’S...
Professional argumentative essay on the Emphasis of English Perfect Tenses on Academic Writing
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...Academic Writing [Teacher According to Kerstens, Ruys & Zwarts (1996-2001), the term “tense” refers to “a grammatical feature or category expressing a temporal relation between the event described by the verb and the moment of utterance”. Therefore, through the usage of already known tenses, the emitter of a communicational sequence is able to choose the most convenient solution for expressing his purpose in communication, that of offering the receiver an appropriate vision regarding the time in which the presented action takes place. Moreover, English grammar also recognizes the importance of the “aspect... such as linguistics, translation, syntax, the great quantity of...
ACADEMIC WRITING TASK
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...The Future of Nursing Honoring Diversity The transformation of health care is obvious in today’s society and with nurses being the highest group of health care professionals, they hold the key to effective health care system change. Three solutions were identified in meeting the challenges in nursing: (1) effective utilization of technology, (2) increased tolerance of diversity, and (3) improved hiring and retention of talented nurses. This paper focuses on honoring diversity as the most significant step to spontaneously manage the multicultural, gender, and background differences issues in health care. I personally agree that in a diversified nursing environment, respecting individuality... Future of...
Academic Essay of Adolph Loos' writing style in: Ornament and Crime
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...writing style in Or nt and Crime Adolf Loos (1870-1933), the Austrian architect, was born in Brünn (Brno), now in the Czech Republic but then in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, on December 10, 1870. Loos has often been regarded as an architect who brought modernist movement in architecture and the author of some controversial essays. His writing as well as the architectural styles have widely acclaimed despite his physical ailment, hearing –impairment, all through his life. Loos’ constructional style was well approbated that his buildings were noted with prefect interior designs and related decorations. Many regard him as an architect who has contributed his own style architecture... and the one...
Rhetorical Analysis of Academic Communities of Writing and Discourse in the Technical Fields
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...academic resources which are critical in research by both students and professionals. Evidently, each journal has specific qualifications and determining criteria that are used to access the relevance of an article to those journals. This is because each journal has a specific purpose that it intends to achieve as well as selected subjects that it covers. In addition, scientific journals rely on a unique language, tone and structure in the presentation of the content in each article. A close analysis of different journals presents both similarities and differences in the use of language, tone and structure (Romney... Rhetorical Analysis of Journals Introduction Journals have become a reliable source of...
King Leopold's Ghost
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...Ghost Adam Hochschild published the book ‘King Leopord’s ghost in 1998, retelling a story that the world knows. However, he narrates the story from a new perspective. In this new perspective, he highlights king Leopold’s legacy by revisiting the world’s history in order to gain a better understanding of the happenings of the 1980s. The story reveals what transpired in an era when Europeans explored Africa with diverse intentions at heart. For Leopold, he saw Congo as an opportunity and set out to draw a strategy of exploiting this opportunity. This paper will analyze the book and highlight what it reveals about Leopold’s venture into the African Congo. Overview Hochschild tells... King Leopold’s Ghost...
What are the main characteristics of a successful piece of academic writing as submitted for a university assessment
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...Academic writing demands depth in terms of research and a good flow of language. Research involves mining of knowledge from varied sources scattered across the globe. While dealing with an academic paper, the most demanding job is the information sourcing process. This consumes time and demands presence of mind in analyzing the information sourced. It is also important to properly structure this information in the form of a structured paper and finally scribbling that down as a final academic paper. When all these tasks are demanded to be done within a close and strict deadline, the complexity mounts to the peak. The...
IMAGO Architects - Academic Writing
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...Market Research for Imago Architects Floating Glass Staircase Introduction Marketing a product is not simply producing one and exposing it through retailing. This may have been the case for a few small businesses and during the early years of trading, which was about centuries ago. Today, marketing a product such as a floating glass staircase, will need not only a good product design but a market research to enable a good marketing plan and product positioning. This paper is an advice to a chief architect on the importance of market research. Overview In marketing new products, it is always important to identify the target customers. The ways in which to start working... Research for Imago Architects...
Ghost Stories by Hampton Sides
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...Ghost Stories It is 1945 and World War II is taking place and the US is out fighting with Japan in Philippines. Over 600 Americans and UK persons have been taken as prisoners in Philippines by the Japanese. A group of 121 American soldiers from the 6th ranger battalion have been selected to move across the enemy line and rescue the captured Americans who are held prisoners. By moving into Philippines, the solders risk coming face to face with over 8000 heavily armed Japanese soldiers. However with just their faith and armor, they move in without notice into the enemy territory where if they are caught then they face a death penalty. The courage of these men was unmistakable... that are rare...
The Ghosts in Anils Ghost and Ghost of Gogol
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...Ghost, Ondaatje dissects the secret enemies, identity, memory, family and turbulent past of a lush country caught in the throes of murder, betrayal and warfare. He examines and unfolds the intricate layers that make up Sri Lanka and its tumultuous inhabitants. From the intensity and urgency of this novel it becomes apparent that the dark history of Sri Lanka touches Ondaatje close as bone, resulting in a book he was compelled to write. And while this personal purge seems as though it may have been essential for the author, it doesn't create quite the same journey for the reader. "At university Anil had translated... In comparison, the ghosts in Anil's ghost are worse than the ghost of Gogol. Based on...
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...academic writing. ParagraphPunch.com. (2010). Paragraph Punch: An Interactive Online Paragraph Writing Tutorial. Retrieved from http://www.paragraphpunch.com/ ParagraphPunch.com is a useful writing service that helps the students in learning paragraph writing as paragraph writing is at the heart of writing any academic paper. With the help of this website, the students can write their own essays and assignments. The website provides its viewers and users major help related to writing and assignment doing. I recommend this website because of its writing exercises with which, students can write better. GrammarLady.com. (2010). Grammarlady.com. Retrieved from http://www.grammarlady.com/hc3.asp...
Book Review, King Leopold's Ghost
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...Ghost King Leopold’s Ghost, written by journalist Adam Hochschild, is a chilling tale that reminds us of how easily history can be erased. Hochschilds familiarity with Africa and the civil rights movement helps him use his journalistic skills to undercover facts and characters that most historians have forgotten. The end result is an eye opening story that collects factual evidence to show the reader how the African continent has always been exploited in one form or another. Not only does Hochschild support his claims with facts but also with characters who share his beliefs and opinions. King Leopold’s Ghost reminds us how man’s greed, power and desire to conquer... until and after the death...
A Ghost Story by Mark Twain
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...Ghost Story by Mark Twain The paper is aimed to discuss and to analyze A Ghost Story which is written by Mark Twain. Itis a story of the interaction between the narrator and the ghost of the Cardiff Giant. The narrator is a person who rented a huge old building in Broadway which had not been occupied for a long time. The first night that he stayed in the house he experienced a frightening experience which turned out to be an important lesson in fear. The atmosphere in the building is a confirmation of the fear of the narrator. During the course of the first night, he experienced noises of chains, heavy footsteps and different objects hitting each other. While in bed, the blankets were pulled...
Unit IV: King Leopolds Ghost
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...writings heated the publics imagination about the mysterious continent. Driven by a dream to work his way into a career of a journalist, and of course, to obtain substantial reward, Stanley traveled to Zanzibar to find Livingstone who had not been heard from for two years. His greeting “Dr... Belgian Colonialism in Africa al affiliation Belgian Colonialism in Africa The period between the late 19th century and the early 20th century is known for the campaign of colonization of a large area in Central Africa, which was later called the Congo Free State. Being conducted by Leopold II, the second King of the Belgians, it was entirely based on slave labor. This was not a Belgian colony, but Leopolds private...
Concert Review: "Ghost the Musical"
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...Ghost the Musical” is an entertaining and thrilling performance about acouple that is separated from each other by death. One of the couple Sam tries to gets back to her living wife Molly in an intriguing manner. The central themes of the show are love and revenge although lots of comedy is present in the show. The show about ghosts that can walk through doors was opened on 19th July 2011 at Piccadilly theatre. The show features Demi Moore, Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg. The film features a couple, Molly and Sam whose story line is adapted from the 1990 hit film ‘The Ghost’. ‘Ghost of the musical’ is about the brutal murder of Sam. With the help... Concert review The stage performance of the show...
Academic English Writing in Bioscience
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...The Benefits and Dangers of Organ Transplant Operations Organ transplant involves “the substitution of a sickly or unhealthy body organ or body tissue with a living healthy one from another person. The healthy organ is generally taken from a living, or in some cases, dead person” (Tilney, 2003:214). The people from whom healthy organs are taken are usually persons above 18 years who specify their wish to be organ donors by getting donor cards or informing their family members. Whereas organ donation actually saves the lives of many people, it is also the cause of many disagreements as well as ethical dilemmas in many societies around the world. This paper seeks to address both good and bad... Benefits...
U.K. GCSE Coursework- 19th Ghost Stories
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...ghost. Malcolmson is deliberately removing himself from everyone and everything he knows in order to study for exams. He is obviously of middle or upper class origins and determined to do well in his academic work. Soon the reader discovers that he is a mathematician, and possesses the self-confidence (some might say arrogance) of a man of science... The Character and Experiences of the Narrator in The Judge’s House and The Red Room Maclolm Malcolmson, in The Judge’s House and the un d narrator in The Red Room, are vital to the reader’s understanding of the supernatural worlds that are eventually presented in each story. The characters are used to draw the reader from their ‘normal’ physical...
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