3-Day Exercise Analysis

Today each person is eager to be in a good form and, what is more important, to be healthy. To manage getting rid of superfluous weight we have to make a plan with goals, concerning 5 main tips to achieve…

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A History: The Construction of Race and Racism

This essay will attempt to make elaborate the article of David Rogers and Moira Bowman “A History: The Construction of Race and Racism” the article showed in clear representation the background as well as classification and structure of races. The…

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A Summary on the Analysis of Language Teaching Materials

Introduction To examine how appropriate or inappropriate the methodology and content of materials used for a specific learning or teaching material is, the author aims at enabling a close analysis of materials and to investigate their nature. This will entail…

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Analysis of Personal History of Known Serial Killers

Adam (Red) Morgan Adam Morgan was born on September 23, 1978. He was a famous serial killer. For today, Morgan is registered as a missing person. He has committed six murders. The last victim managed to escape from him and…

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Article Analysis

The article focuses on birth control debate, which existed in Satara, India. Sunita Laxman, Dr. Archana and other nurses visited people and explained the importance of birth control.  They created awareness of honeymoon bonus to individuals who waited for years…

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Bad Science

The current paper discusses the article written by Llewellyn Hinkes-Jones “Bad Science,” where the author describes the goals and the key principles of the modern medical science and provides an argumentative critique of the free market academic research policies. His…

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City Design

      In the article “Beijing Forever,”Michael Meyer tells an interesting story of Beijing and Shanghai located in China, which nowadays are the global leaders in almost all spheres of life. The article described the changes of the city…

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Ethnicity in Roman Portraiture

The paper “Ethnicity in Roman Portraiture” by Elizabeth Bartman discusses the issue of identifying ethnic features in portraits created in Imperial Rome. The author begins by saying that although the problem of ethnic identity has been the main point in…

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Gender Socialization: An Analysis of “Egalia's Daughters” by Gerd Brantenberg

In Gerd Brantenberg’s presentation of the world of Egalia, women lead governments and high-end careers while the men stay home looking after domestic affairs and busying themselves by trying to look attractive for their partners. In the context of Brantenberg’s…

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Good Night, and Good Luck and The Untouchables: Films Analysis

The films selected for this essay are Good Night, and Good Luck by George Clooney and The Untouchables by Brian De Palma. The Portrayal of the Subject Matter by Chosen Films It is worth noting that the movie Good Night,…

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Hays, Kristen, and Braden Reddal. “U.S. Gulf Coast oil spillers about to face day in court.”

Section 1: Summary of the News Article The news article that is taken from the website of Reuters is about the prosecution of a large oil company, the BP Oil Company. The said company has been facing various legal charges…

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Health Care Marketing Analysis

The object of the marketing analysis is health care organization named Scientific Dental Clinic, Kerala, India. Marketing-mix of the Company (4 Ps) Product: the company provides dental implanting services. Unique selling proposition (USP) is highly recognized surgeon that is the…

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Hypochondria: The Impossible Illness

For some reason, people do not associate hypochondria with a disease; still, it becomes the subject of ridicule for others. When the patient obsessively describes his illness, yet invisible to the doctors and the medical equipment, the person appears to…

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Methods of Negotiating

There are two antipodal methods of negotiating: integrative and distributive. Integrative bargaining means “win-win” strategy of negotiating when every party obtains additional benefits without causing any damage to the other party. In contrast, distributive bargaining assumes that one party will…

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Michael Robinson's film “Circle in the Sand”

There is a saying that true art always depicts present state of society. Hollywood commercial films surely do that, but behind the veil of magnificent spectacle of computer graphics and animation, there is a lack of awareness, concerning reasoning of…

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Police Response to the Columbine School Shooting of 1999

The Columbine school massacre refers to a school shooting where two- high school students killed thirteen and injured twenty-one people. Among those who died were a teacher and twelve students. The two attackers, Klebold and Harris, later turned guns on…

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Product Analysis

Introduction The analyzed product is Leica custom M7 camera. This is the film camera with old technologies and modern electronic advantages. This device is the re-creation of the old camera produced by the extremely famous company Leica in the seventies.…

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Religion: Core Beliefs and Practices

Question One According to the British Library (2014), core beliefs and practices in the religion are both a matter of thinking and emotions and performance that includes rituals, beliefs, customs, traditions, personal and social morality. The core beliefs and practices…

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Sediment Size Analysis

Sediment is a mineral or organic material which gets transported by an external weathering agent from its original site and is then deposited to a different place. It is obtained as fragments of rocks which get broken down by mechanical…

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Summary of Greenpeace and Political Globalism

      The current paper is a summary of Paul Wapner’s “Greenpeace and Political Globalism” (2004). The author stresses that the modern social environment contributed to the emergence of new forms of social cooperation and political movements. In particular,…

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The Birthmark

“The Birthmark” by Nathaniel Hawthorne is a story about the enlightenment, the romantic relationship and the man’s obsession of the human perfection. The author of the story presents it like a challenge to the common believes that existed in those…

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The Lawrence Strike

Thesis The account of Lawrence Strike is the most credible in the part of employees who were the recent immigrants mostly. The reason was the maximum number of workers reduced in terms of working hours per week from 56 to…

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The Six-Day War

It is generally believed that victory in the battle belongs to the country, which has many supporters and outnumbers the enemy from the perspective of soldiers and military equipment. Nevertheless, in fact, the war is a much more difficult mechanism…

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The Song of Ch’un-Hyang

The folk tales that have been composed and flourished during the XVI-XVIII centuries take a prominent place in Korean literature. They include numerous legends grounded on the national motives. The Song of Ch’un-Hyang (“The Ch’unhyang Story”), which refers to the masterpieces…

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Visual Rhetorical Analysis

Visual artist Eugene Cubillo presents his social advertising poster promoting environmental conscience, called “Things You Can Do To Reduce Global Warming” and directed at children. The poster has a lot of written information, as well as bright and funny images…

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"Yingying" by Yuan Zhen

Yingying by Yuan Zhen is a story about the relationships between a student and an uneducated girl. A student named Zhang is 23 years old and a girl Ying-Ying is 16. The story is a description of their relations from…

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