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...Banning books Books have always been one of the most important educational resources for teachers, and other members of the academia. The learning community has heavily relied on books for the advancement of their knowledge and ongoing learning. Even after the arrival of the internet, a large portion of students, teachers, and other learners rely on the availability of books for acquiring knowledge and understanding. Not all books are informational, yet they still provide essential information on many aspects of life that may not be otherwise communicated well through other channels. Books act as central means of imparting knowledge and communicating diverse thoughts, ideas, and viewpoints... ...
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Book Banning
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...Book Banning of the of the Concerned Professor November 11, 2009 Book Banning In the modern Western civilization, if the freedom of expression is gaining grounds on the one hand, there have been ample incidents where some sections of the society and the state machinery tend to support censorship and banning of books at one pretext or other. The point that needs to be understood is that every idea carries in its fold multiple ramifications and it is always easy and...
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Book Banning
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...Book Banning Thesis ment Book banning is a deep embedded philosophy which becomes apparent when there is an ideological shift taking place in the minds of the people who can make the eventual difference towards a society’s undertakings. Introduction Banning books is a very strong phenomenon that is applied within the different regions of the world. This is because some books are not appropriate for the target audiences and hence the need to avoid them in unison is very strong. Book banning is an activity that is undertaken in some...
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Censorship of Books in Schools and Public Libraries
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...Banning books in public school libraries has been full of legal battles. Suites are filed for or against banning of certain books. There has been renowned landmark cases in USA .These have provided a basis of making decisions during judgments on book censorship. Examples of such cases are: Martin v. City of Trutherss of 1943. The decision made in Minarcini V. Strongsville City School District of 1976 affirmed the case of the battle of human right. There had been recommendation by teachers to their students on the usage of” Catch 22 and God Bless you” in the students discussion of great American literature....
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...ban of unprincipled books as a way of protecting writers against licensing. This is because he believes that all writers have the right to share their ideas and articulate their emotional state irrespective of whether they are positive or not. He therefore asks the Parliament to be sensitive and allow the freedom of publishing books. In England, some literature... John Miltons Areopagitica Areopagitica was a speech composed by John Milton to the Parliament of England back in 1644 to contest licensing and censorship. It is considered one of the most prominent and persuasive defenses of the press freedom. Milton specifically composed this speech to present an argument against the Parliament and its ban of ...
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Bradbury has said that this book farenheit 451 is about TV replacing books in society,not about censorship. Analyze the relationship Bradbury describes between technology and his dystopian society What statement is the author making for today's soci
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...book “is set at a time of (Cold) war: jet planes scream overhead there is a generalized cultural anxiety, and the text ends with the destruction of the city by an atomic or nuclear device” (Baker 492). These dangerous weapons remain a threat to the world to this day. This is Bradbury’s most famous work criticizing the society that remains relevant to this day. He deals with major issues such as the way media influences the people, banning books, and repressing people’s thoughts. Montag is just an example of a person who... Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury The book “Fahrenheit 451” is written by Ray Bradbury and was first published in the year 1953. Since then it has been considered a classic, widely read...
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Banned Books
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...Banned Book: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck Steinbeck’s novel Of Mice and Men is a story of two friends – George and Lennie – who dreamed of becoming rich someday despite the financial challenges of the Great Depression. However, in a series of unfortunate events, where Lennie was innocently involved in the death of the wife of the man for whom they are working as tenants, things changed from bad to worse. However, certain elements of the novel plus the idea that George shot Lennie at the back of his head somehow make people believe that the book should be banned. Of Mice and Men was banned because it...
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The Rationale for Banning The Outsiders
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...book was banned in certain schools, it is useful to summarize the plot generally. The protagonist in this story was Pony Curtis. Pony was a young boy whose parents had died in a car accident; as a result, he was cared for by his twenty year old brother, Darry. Pony was poor, though clever and a good student, and he did what all boys in this neighborhood did. He joined a gang, named the Greasers, and hung out with his gang as if they were an extended family. There was a rival gang, the Socs, made up of rich boys from a another neighborhood. A gang rivalry existed between the two, and one day a fight ensued in which Pony's good... The Rationale for Banning The Outsiders This essay will examine why...
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Books
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...books to the child at an early age. Different books have different lessons. As a result, when the child reads a book he/she is able to understand different topics and areas of great interest to his/her life (Morrow et al, 17). Many children books put emphasis on being good mannered and warn the child on vioating any rules that are set by the parents. As a result, the book plays a great role in creating good morals on the children. This reduces the tasks by their parents as they already know what is expected of them by both their parents and the society at large. Books define the character... “Learning to read is learning to see”. This phrase explains how important it is for a guardian to introduce books ...
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Banning the sale of violent video games
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...Banning the sale of violent video games to minors Since the introduction of video games in crude form by Thomas T Goldmith and Estle Ray Mann in 1948, they have proved to be the great source of amusement. From Goldmith’s cathode ray tube amusement device, the video games have traversed a mammoth distance to transform into seventh generation video gaming. Nintendo being ahead in portable seventh generation video gaming by introducing series of play stations,  mainly Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Motion controlled Sony’s Sixais and DualShock have further revolutionized the gaming experience. Violence and Video Games With so much of entertainment, violence and carnage have...
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Children's Books Should be Censored
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...book" (Campbell). If publishers and distributors will not take responsibility for the content of their product, then we need to monitor our children's books, and censor those with the most violent and offensive content. Widespread censorship and wholesale book banning may not seem to be a practical solution in the complex world that we live in. Filtering out books that have offensive messages may be a never ending task for which there is no end. However, we can ban a book from our libraries and public schools when common sense tells us it runs afoul of accepted sensibilities. The Supreme Court may guarantee freedom... Children's Books Should be Censored Violence in children's literature is not a new...
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Banning the sale of violent video games to minors
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...Banning the Sale of Violent Video Games to Minors Right from the early stages of introduction in crude form by Thomas T Goldsmith and Estle Ray Mann in 1948, video games have remained a great source of amusement. From Goldsmith’s cathode ray tube amusement device, the video games have evolved a great deal to become the seventh generation video gaming that one sees today. Nintendo, a portable seventh generation video gaming that includes a series of play stations, mainly Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is the most sought after version today. Besides, Sony’s Sixais and DualShock, which are motion controlled, have further revolutionized the gaming experience. Video Games often contain violence... 02 December...
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Censorship of Childrens Books: The Giver by Lois Lowry
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...books with special focus on banning of The Giver by Lois Lowry. Censorship of children’s books Arguments Censorship can be more accurately defined as “government restriction or legislation of materials, including the banning of books” (Hintz & Tribunella, 429). In other words, censorship... ? Censorship of Children’s Books: “The Giver” by Lois Lowry The very concept of censorship opposes the fundamental freedom of speech, thoughts and ideas. In general, all kinds of communication are limited to some extent because people censor themselves before deciding what to write in a letter or a book. Censorship occurs when a third party decides to limit the contents of a book. Since, censorship controls the flow...
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Censorship
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...banned in schools in the 90s: Of Mice and Men, Catcher in the Rye, The grapes of Wrath, Lord of the Flies etc are some examples. All these books are award winning classics and amazing literature in their own rights, which have the ability to influence people positively. Most frequently, books are censored by school libraries as they contain violence, sex, homosexuality and rebellious children... English November 16, Censorship Censorship can be perceived as a system of “policy of restricting the public expression of ideas, opinions, conceptions, and impulses, which have or are believed to have the capacity to undermine the governing authority or the social and moral order which that authority considers...
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Banning texting while driving
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...Banning texting while driving Introduction: Impaired driving after taking substances that might intoxicate the driver is a social malady that attracts substantial hatred and notice from all spheres of the population. Ironically an activity like texting while driving that deserves equal if not more hatred and importance goes by almost unnoticed. Alcohol rides the blood and reaches our brain to make us think and act in an erratic way. Considering the fact that driving involves significant expertise and hand eye coordination; driving under alcohol invariably leads the driver below his optimum efficiency level and hence punishable. Ironically the same happens when the driver...
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Banning Flag Burning
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...Banning Flag Burning Flag desecration is a term used to de any insult or damage to the official flag of a nation. Acts of desecration may include flag burning, or using the flag for inappropriate commercial purposes. Over the years, flag burning has been used as a means of protest against certain government policies. This has evoked some rather sharp and intense reactions from all over the country, reactions that have stirred up the widespread debate regarding the issue. The national flag of a country is one of its most revered and respected symbols. And thus, flag burning is seen as a huge insult to the very integrity of the nation. Not only has the issue invoked...
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Banning the cell
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...Banning The "Cell" Stephen King's latest novel "Cell" has been making waves throughout the UK and the United s. It is an over the blood-curdling book that remains true to the Stephen King characteristic of horror. Many see him as a literary great while others feel his novels are nothing more than blood and gore that do not hold an ounce of realism. "Cell" is a bit different than some of his novels from the past. In fact, this book does make reference to events that could happen and have happened in the past. There are no zombies, those who have perished do not come back to us however the characters are...
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The books are violent and sometimes contains offensive material
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...book" (Campbell). If publishers and distributors will not take responsibility for the content of their product, then we need to monitor our childrens books, and censor those with the most violent and offensive content. Widespread censorship and wholesale book banning may not seem to be a practical solution in the complex world that we live in. Filtering out books that have offensive messages may be a never ending task for which there is no end. However, we can ban a book from our libraries and public schools when common sense tells us it runs afoul of accepted sensibilities. The Supreme Court may guarantee freedom... Childrens Books Should be Censored Violence in childrens literature is not a new...
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Banning packed lunches
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...Banning Packed Lunches Serving children with proper nutrition is an important role that parents must do. Regardless of their work or other preoccupations in life, parents should always ensure that their kids are receiving the nutrition they need. However, many parents fail in their responsibility to provide proper diet to their children because most of them work more than 12 hours a day. The failure of parents to satisfy the nutritional needs of their children has become a concern among school officials. According to the article on the website of Mother Nature Network (MNN) which first appeared on April 12 this year, the principal of Little Village Academy in Chicago has...
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Challenging Banning Boxing
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...Banned or Not? Centuries have passed and boxing is still considered as oneof the most followed sports today. According to history, boxing originated when a person first lifted a fist against another in play” (“Boxing History”). The boxers used to play bare-fist; it was only in 1866 when the Marquess of Queensberry supported a new set of rules that includes the mandatory use of gloves (“Boxing History”). It was in the 18th century when professional boxing started booming. It even found a permanent place in the Olympics. Apart from being a sport, boxing is used as a self-defense. As in any other physical games and martial arts... Charley Mitchell 5. Glorioso 19 March 2007 Boxing: Should it be Banned...
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A persuasive letter in which you call for the banning of The Anarchist Cookbook by William Powell
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...banning of the book because of its contents which are extremely disturbing. It is true that Ezperanza Godot, in her review of the book, claims that the information contained therein is misguided for several reasons which she enumerated. However, one cannot stop making his mind work and experiment on the things that have been written there. Obviously, the aforementioned reviewer made some experiments and did her own... ?Full A Call to Ban “The Anarchist Cookbook” The New York Times Margaret Sullivan Editor Dear Ma’am, Our modern world is becoming unsafe by the minute. In addition to the natural calamities, people around the globe are threatened by several criminal activities even by their very own...
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Challenging Banning Boxing
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...Banned or Not Centuries have passed and boxing is still considered as one of the most followed sports today. According to history, boxing originated when a person first lifted a fist against another in play" ("Boxing History"). The boxers used to play bare-fist; it was only in 1866 when the Marquess of Queensberry supported a new set of rules that includes the mandatory use of gloves ("Boxing History"). It was in the 18th century when professional boxing started booming. It even found a permanent place in the Olympics. Apart from being a sport, boxing is used as a self-defense. As in any other physical games and martial arts... Charley Mitchell 5. Glorioso 19 March 2007 Boxing: Should it be Banned...
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Censorship
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...banned-books week observance" (http: www.firstamendmentcenter.org). One wonders if those protestors fully grasped the irony of this particular situation, especially in light of the iron that the original protests only served to draw more people to the movie. The short term consequence of the protests against The Last Temptation of Christ were not what the protestors had intended; in fact, the effect was quite ironically the opposite. A film based on a little-known novel directed by a critical darling who had never enjoyed a blockbuster commercial success about the life of Jesus hardly seemed headed toward the top of the gross list. An argument... Censorship Censorship should by all accounts be...
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Censorship of Books in the United States and Susan Glaspells Trifles Overview of the History of Censorship in the United States
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...Books in the United s and Susan Glaspell’s Trifles Overview of the History of Censorship in the United States Books and other forms of literature are banned for several reasons, but mainly because the material is considered “sexually explicit,” it contains “offensive language,” and that it is “unsuited to any age group” (“About Banned & Challenged Books”). The banning of the books in the United States of America unofficially began in 1749 with John Cleland’s Fanny Hill was condemned for its “frank sexual descriptions” (“The Online Books Page”). At that time, there was no clear law yet that banned books and other forms of written materials. However, in 1873, the 1873 Comstock Act... ? Censorship of Books...
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E-books
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...book Analyse the interaction of technical and social factors in reaching your conclusion. In just a few years, the world has experienced a rapid growth in the number websites. Additionally, CD-ROMs and other digital electronic media lead the developed industrial nations of today. Paper-printed media of books are in the decline in relation to the rapid evolution of these new media (What is the future 1998). However, printed books remain the most robust, useful, and universal technologies ever invented. It comprises a bundle of technologies -- alphabets, type, codices, indices, paper, printing and distribution tools. The last... Will the growth of the web hasten the decline of the printed...
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Books Review
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...Books Review Books Review America has over time developed national security s mainly based on the events prevailing at the time. Two renowned authors, Aaron Friedberg and Amy Zegart explain the events, reasons and purposes behind the creation of these institutions in their books; In the Shadow of the Garrison State: America's Anti-Statism and Its Cold War and Flawed By Design: The Evolution of the CIA, JCS, and NSC respectively. Their concise analysis of the American state especially in light of the Cold War enable us grasp the rationale behind the formation of the C.I.A, JCS and NSC during the Post- World War II period. This paper analyzes the opinions of the authors in as far... ?Running Head: Books...
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Books Review
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...books. The books include. The Accordion Family:Boomerang Kids, Anxious Parents (2012) by Katherine S. Newman, and A Precariat Charter; From Denizens to Citizens (2014) by Guy standing. The review will analyze each book independently. Having explained, the book... Concurrent Human Problems are Spiral al Affiliation Introduction Concurrent human problems are caused by weak planning structures. Like animals, the survival of humans has always been competitive. Human will compete on any given threshold provided it brings an extrinsic satisfaction in their lives. Justifiably, human beings utilize resources and maximize resources to increase the overall production. The incoming research is projected on two...
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Banned Books
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...ban everything from the distribution of religious material to “immoral” texts that can include anything from “unislamic” attitudes, styles of dress, forms of music and a host of other culturally derived points. A few of the countries that exhibit a high degree of censorship with regard to books and literature are Saudi Arabia, Eritrea and the Islamic Republic of Iran (Information Providers 100). A similar situation exists within what most readers might consider a highly democratic country – Germany. However, Germany’s case is somewhat different than the other nations that have thus far been listed in this brief analysis. Germany has placed a ban... Section/# Silencing Ideas Censorship of books and ideas ...
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Identify Books
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...Books Palmer, H. (1961). A Fish Out of Water. Beginner Books. A Fish Out of Water Helen Palmer Illustrator: Helen Palmer Publisher: Beginner Books Publication Date: 1961 Appropriate Age of Grade Level: Grades K-3 Possible Lesson Connection: This book can be used in connection with lectures about caring for animals as well as developing responsibility for others. Summary: A little boy feeds his goldfish, Otto, more than he is supposed to. Otto grows and grows until the pet store owner must use magic to return him to goldfish size. Zion, G. (1956). Harry the Dirty Dog. HarperCollins Title: Harry the Dirty Dog Author: Gene Zion Illustrator: Publisher: HarperCollins Publication Date: 1956... Wordless...
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Reading Books
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...books In the present age, people are more inclined toward using the social networking sites and the Internet rather than reading books. Social media has drawn people far from the reality by providing them to delve into a fake life based on their thoughts. Gone are the times when one needed to read a whole lot of books even to write something as simple as an essay of two pages, for now, a click can work wonders and let one come up with an essay, just as good if not more. Reading books has become old school and is considered as an outdated practice, but it’s use is recommended because reading books to others has positive effects on children’s academic performance, books are a permanent... Speech: Reading...
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BookS Review
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...Books Review Books Review America has over time developed national security s mainly based on the events prevailing at the time. Two renowned authors, Aaron Friedberg and Amy Zegart explain the events, reasons and purposes behind the creation of these institutions in their books; In the Shadow of the Garrison State: Americas Anti-Statism and Its Cold War and Flawed By Design: The Evolution of the CIA, JCS, and NSC respectively. Their concise analysis of the American state especially in light of the Cold War enable us grasp the rationale behind the formation of the C.I.A, JCS and NSC during the Post- World War II period. This paper analyzes the opinions of the authors in as far... as security...
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Multicultural Books
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...book are classified according to the core values that they exemplify. Native American Culture Title: Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight In Heaven Author: Alexie, Sherman Illustrator: Tina Fernandez Publisher: Harperperennial Publication Date: 1994 Genre: short story Interest Level: Grades I- IV Topic/Theme: life, hope and perseverance Summary: Alexie's works are celebrated for their detailed descriptions of the psychology and environment of the reservation; the humor and wit that are displayed in the face of the intense poverty... ANNOTATIONS African Culture Bobowaya Jonalyn Torpe Illustrator: Publisher: East Africa Educational Publication 1994 Genre: short story Interest Level: Grades I- IV Topic/Theme: L...
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Chilrdens Books
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...Book And A Children's Book From Another Decade. Analyze The Two Using Comparison/Contrast Mode To Show How Either Society Is Different Or How Our Understanding Children Is Different From Either Time Period. Children have always loved stories. Fairy tales in which a magic wand can transform the drab scullery maid into a gorgeously dressed beauty ready to leave for the ball and stories of the adventures and pranks of other school children of the type one finds in the Nancy Drew and Enid Blyton series have held sway from the day they were first told or read to a wide eyed child, to the present times. However over the last two decades quite a few major changes have come... into the social...
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Great Books
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...Books A book provides a person with a sense of joy; it helps one to transport himself into a different land altogether. Over the course of time, many writers have written about the accounts of their lives as well as their imaginations and poured their heart and soul out onto pages for others to read. Some of these very books have gone on to become the world’s greatest pieces of literature. Most people that read them have some or the other kind of appreciation in their minds for the words, and so the question stands moot – what makes a book so great? Is it because they present a vivid vision in the mind of reader and helps him tap a passion that was long settled within his body... or is it...
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Argument against the Banning of Smoking
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...Banning of Smoking This paper contends that smoking bans imposed by the government are not justifiable as responses to the failure of markets, as risk reduction measures, or as preference shaping means. Banning of tobacco smoking acts to reduce the welfare of the public, via the prevention of optimal allocation of public places where smoking is permitted as well as areas where it is not permitted. Advocates for the ban on smoking use three arguments: they claim that smoking indoors involves negative externalities, the failure of markets used to justify ambient environment regulation, and the belief that banning smoking aids in shaping the preference of individuals against... Argument against the Banning ...
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Should Local School Boards be Allowed to Ban Books from School Libraries or Block Access to Select Internet Sites
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...ban books from school libraries or block access to select Internet sites? Censorship and freedom of expression within school campuses has attracted a lot of debate and discussion over the years. School authorities have a difficult time in ascertaining where to draw the line between free enquiry and moral hazard. It is a surprising fact that in a country with a rich liberal tradition like the United States, there have been over 250 attempts by school districts at book banning in 31 states. This is just in the last 4 years. As shocking as this information is, “over 85% of bans go unreported either due to poor media attention or lack of opposition. The threat... ?Should local school boards be allowed to ban ...
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Should local school boards be allowed to ban books from school libraries or block access to select Internet sites
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...ban books from school libraries or block access to select Internet sites? Censorship and freedom of expression within school campuses has attracted a lot of debate and discussion over the years. School authorities have a difficult time in ascertaining where to draw the line between free enquiry and moral hazard. It is a surprising fact that in a country with a rich liberal tradition like the United States, there have been over 250 attempts by school districts at book banning in 31 states. This is just in the last 4 years. As shocking as this information is, “over 85% of bans go unreported either due to poor media attention or lack of opposition. The threat... Should local school boards be allowed to...
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Research paper
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...banning books or movies for sexually explicit content could be far more dangerous to women. The pornography issue is dividing the women's movement and giving the impression on college campuses that to be a feminist is to be against sex” (Abel, 1985). The analysts are justified in claiming that contemporary US society is undergoing the grave challenge of constant multiplication of unwed mothers, which has drastically affected the socioeconomic situation of the individuals associated with the same... Module Module ID: Confronting with the Challenge of Unwed Motherhood and Single ParenthoodThe present paper aims to explore the causes, affects and consequences of the constant increase in the number and...
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E-books, Libraries, and Hard Cover Books
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...books, Libraries, and Hard Cover Books Main body The first paragraph will review what has happened in the past, in which publishers and librarians became inseparable and mutually beneficial partners. Their past productive relationship will form the main point in this paragraph. The detailed discussions will revolve around how publishers gave libraries the rights to purchase and distribute paperback books and the revenue and licensing model. This will be discussed to give a background of how librarians and publishers have existed as mutual partners for the longest time. Librarians have promoted th sale of paperback books by...
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Personal Philosophy of higher education
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...banning books in the future as there will not be individuals interested in reading them. Analysis and discussion has indicated that his prophecy has now become a part of today’s society. Although there are still huge number of book lovers and readers, however, the objective of book reading has now altered from seeking... Running Head: Personal Philosophy of Higher Education Personal Philosophy of Higher Education [Institute’s Personal Philosophy of Higher Education Since centuries, education has remained an essential and imperative component of human societies, and in the result, a huge number of historians and philosophers have endeavored to propose their accounts and philosophies of education. In spec...
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Amazon vs. Borders Books
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...Books Amazon.com vs. Borders Books Amazon.com is currently one of the topmost online book sellers in the world. It was started in the mid-1990s and was not profitable in the first few years. However, with innovative business strategies, it overcame the initial challenges and became the leader in online book selling. On the other hand, Borders Books was the second largest book seller in America. It was started in 1971. Until 2004, Borders faced little problems and was running profitable; however, after 2004, it started to face many management and business problems which forced them to file for Chapter 11 in 2011. This paper compares and contrasts the history, business approach... ? Amazon.com vs. Borders...
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A World Without Books
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...Books Books have been among the greatest inventions of the human race and it has been through them that human civilization has been able to advance. Books have become so essential that it is difficult to envisage humanity without them. Books have been the way through which the history of the human race has been transmitted from one age group to another. In addition, they have been the through which official records have been kept, and without them, all the great civilizations of the past would not have been able to blossom and flourish as they did. Throughout history, scholars and those people who could read have been greatly revered by their fellow men because they were believed... A World without...
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Classical and Contemporary books
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...books ical and Contemporary Children’s Books ical books are those books which were written for children almost 60 to 70 years ago but are read and very much enjoyed by children even today. Contemporary books are those children’s books which are written in the last 60 to 70 years and may or may not be read today. Most of them are written in the modern writing style of today and so, are easily understood by many readers. The two books chosen for this report are Charlotte’s Web as a classical book and Harry Potter as a contemporary book for children. Charlotte’s web The classical book chosen is “Charlotte's Web” by the acclaimed American author E. B. White. Aside from being... ? ical and Contemporary books...
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Comparison between two books
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...books Criminological Theories: Comparison between Two Books Criminology can be defined as the scientific study of the extent, nature, causes, prevention, and control of criminal behavior in the society (Ronald and Christine, 2013). Several theories have been developed overtime to describe the causes of crimes in the society. A thorough understanding of criminology can help psychologists and relevant authorities to prevent repetition of crimes and helping in rehabilitation of criminals. Criminological theories can be categorized as macro theories if they explain crimes in the context of the larger society and micro theories if they approach crime... Criminological Theories: Comparison between two books...
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Translating children's books
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...books from other languages increases availability of the number of excellent literature to young people, presents them to slices of life in other cultures, and promotes an international appreciation and an understanding of both the uniqueness and universality of the human experience. Even though translations significantly enhance... Table of Contents Introduction 2. Translating Children's Literature and Adult Literature 3. Japanese Language Facts 4. Differences in translating Children's and Adults literature 4.1 The Text's Integrality 4.2 The Level of Complexity of the Text 4.3 Negative expressions 4.4 Case transformation 5. Conclusion 6. Bibliography 1. Introduction Translating children's books...
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Mocks Books of Chivalry
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...Books of Chivalry The first question that one asks in reaction to the book “Don Quixote” is whether reading the book is worth the time it demands. The presentation of the book reveals to the reader some sense of absurdity. A clear examination of the book presents a dilemma, of dichotomy of views. First, it puts the reader into review of benevolence and on how individual actions of people in the society can impact on the lives of others. The second dichotomy is depiction of series of frivolous dialogue accompanied by humorous vulgar. The book gives an insight to the reader of portrayal of Don Quixote playing around with windmills, with a belief that they are giants. Examining the story... Mocks Books...
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Self reflection (Craven books)
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...books?id=87r3mqIlJ30C&pg=PA534&dq=new+computer+system+implementation&hl=en&ei=L72JTcPlA5G3rAep8JDcDg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CEQQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=new%20computer%20system%20implementation&f=false [Accessed 25 March 2011]. Bramer, B., n.d. Selection... on Craven Comic’s Plan Of Implementing a New Computer System Based from what the Craven Comics had experienced during the failure development and implementation of computerized system, implementing a new one will be a great challenge for the company. This plan can be of a great help for the continuous growth of the company. However, there are several issues and guidelines that should be accounted first before the company takes another...
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Award Winning Books
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...Books Annotated Book List Alexie, S. (2007). The absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian. (Ellen Forney, Illus.). New York. Little Brown Bks Young Readers Junior is a 14 year-old Spokane Indian and a budding cartoonist. He leaves his school on the reservation and transfers to an all-white town high school. The story is based on the author's own experiences. Junior is determined to improve himself and overcome handicaps of birth, circumstances, and race. Forney's illustrations reflect Junior's cartoons and chronicles a native American's adolescence. Genre: Semi-autobiographical Fiction Suggested Grade Level: Grades 7-8 Awards/ Honors... : National Book Awards Young...
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...BOOK REPORT/REVIEW, HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE of the Topic: Anthony Lewis: Gideon’s Trumpet Introduction Gideon’s Trumpet is the‘story’ of an epic legal battle. I give full marks to this story, for it depicts the will power, grit and determination of a simple prison inmate to take on the legal system of USA. He achieved his objective with a pencil and paper and his rustic drafting skill. He proved that his knowledge about the law is much more than hundreds of legal luminaries of America put together. He was fighting the mighty force of the State, and it was no ordinary opposition! If a man suffers, he must have the support of a legal provision to redress his grievance....
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...Books Critique China Boy by Gus Lee Publication Data China Boy is a novel written by Gus Lee. It was published on January 1, 1994 by the Plume Publishers. It has a total of three hundred and thirty six pages. Brief summary of China Boy China Boy is written by a best-selling American author and novelist, Gus Lee, who was born in San Francisco. The author is also an ethicist. This text depicts the story and the life of a 7-year-old Chinese boy called Kai Ping who was an American-born son of a Shanghainese refugee family from the Second World War. Lee describes the China boy Kai was American-born and settled in the poor neighborhood in San Francisco. Although he was born natively, he... Insert due Two Books ...
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