Please write any topic it goes according to the story. – This is an argument paper you must include claims of facts, claims of policy, and claims of value. – Format: MLA, 2,000 words, and 3 or more citations. – This is the story I will write my paper: Flannery O’Conner’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” Keeping in mind some basic questions may help you distinguish the authors reason for writing. What is unique about the work that makes it worthwhile? What technique(s) does the author use? What argument(s) are central to this piece? How effective are these argument(s)? What is unique about the way the writer presents these argument(s)? How do the writers techniques help define this piece as literature of importance?
Instructions: Write an essay, considering the following instructions and questions as guidelines. Follow the rules for punctuation, grammar, word usage and be creative.(Please use double spaced and 12 font ).1- Discuss the development of the Old English literature.2- What are the basic criteria to appreciate a literary work such as a short story or a poem?3- Explain the relationship between historical background of the Old English people and literary productions of the time period and provide examples from literary texts of the period.4- What is the impact of churches and religious people on literature in the Old English literature? Discuss.5- What kind of literature did they enjoy? What types of literary productions are there in the Old English literature? What are the common literary devices in the old English literature? Discuss and Give examples.6- Discuss the significance of Beowulf in the Old English Literature, appreciating the poem in terms of plot organization and analyze at least four main characters in the poem.IMPORTANT!!! MAKE SURE YOU DISCUSS AND PROVIDE NECESSARY INFORMATION ABOUT THE INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE AND AVOID PLAGIARISM.AVOID USING OPEN SOURCES SUCH AS WIKIPEDIA. PROVIDE A REFERENCE LIST AT THE END.
Make sure you address povertys impact on the economy. How does it affect economic growth and the nations output? What is the impact on the aggregate demand and supply curves? How does that affect the price level? Poverty Research Outline 1. Introduction: Poverty affects people in adverse ways. We must understand the current situation of poverty in the United States along with its effects, causes and solutions. Thesis Statement: Although poverty is certainty one of the biggest menaces that we have to tackle together as a nation, it remains important to see how it has become such an acute manifestation of social injustice. It is the apathy, indifference and contempt with which society obscures and marginalizes the poor that characterize the situation as one of the worst forms of social injustice. In this, we must look towards the golden principals of social equality in order to understand the responsible role that society has to play for uplifting the marginalized segments of society. 2. Understanding Poverty a. Defining poverty b. The current situation of Poverty in the United States 3. Effects of Poverty a. Low standards of living b. Lack of investment in human capital, education, and health c. Unrest, crime and militancy 4. Causes of Poverty a. Population b. Inflation c. Unemployment d. Illiteracy e. Wars f. Poor Governance 5. It is undeniable that the well-off people of our society look to their poor counterparts with apathy, indifference, disdain and contempt. It is this type of behavior and treatment that is what sets apart the less fortunate. This keeps the less fortunate within their cycle of abject misery.
Final Proposal Regarding Your Discourse Community 200 points 5-6+ Body Pages Due before 11:59 p.m. on Monday, November 30 (the link for this assignment closes at 11:59 p.m., so please make sure to submit your work well before this time) Write a proposal for a specific discourse community. A discourse community is a group of people who use specific actions and language to interact with each other and accomplish goals, such as accountants, surgeons, skateboarders, athletes, English professors, biologists, chemists, members of a fantasy football league, YouTube makeup gurus who interact with each other and their fans, and others. Use the following to identify a discourse community: Discourse communities practice share common goals; They use specific ways of exchanging information (social media, publications, email listservs, other ways); They use ways of meeting to discuss how they pursue their goals and conduct business (conferences, seminars, conventions, other ways); They use specific genres to write and communicate (accountants use spreadsheets and cost-analysis documents; skateboarders film and distribute videos composed in a specific way; biologists write lab reports and publish academic articles; etc.); They use specialized vocabulary and language to communicate with members; and master members train novices/new members. You can start a business; propose an event; propose the creation of an app or videogame; create a new product; or something else intended for your discourse community. Identify your reader (investors, leaders of the discourse community, other?) and work to persuade why this proposal will work well and how it will benefit your audience. You will examine the identity of the individual member of the group and discourse community to understand how to engage these consumers. Then discuss your proposal and how it will engage your target audience (members of the discourse community). Please provide a Title Page, the Body of the proposal (contains the different sections), and a References (APA format) or Works Cited (MLA format) page. Please place the page number centered at the bottom of each page. Use business block format with single spacing to write this document. Sections Introduction: opening paragraph; introduces your discourse community, its members, your proposal, and overall purpose. Please select a discourse community that interests you. Individual Member of the Discourse Community: write Individual Member of the Discourse Community for the heading; this section focuses on the individual identity of members of this group (skateboarders, gamers, YouTube makeup gurus, etc.). Examine the identity of the individual to help your reader understand this target audience. Write several paragraphs (three-four) discussing this individual identity. Incorporate your research in this section. Discourse Community: write Discourse Community for the heading; this section will use multiple paragraphs (four-five) to discuss the larger discourse community. This section also aids your reader in understanding the target demographic for the proposal. Incorporate your research in this section. Proposal: State your proposal (write Proposal as the heading). Write your proposal and discuss how you will implement it and why it will work well (multiple paragraphssix-eight). Acknowledge counterarguments readers might suggest (how readers will doubt, disagree with, or question your proposal) or potential problems and how you will respond to these arguments or work with these problems. Incorporate your research in this section. Moving Forward: Discuss how its best to move forward with this proposal and why. Discuss how to implement it and why this form of implementation will work well. Tell the reader why we must implement this proposal. Write multiple paragraphs as needed. References (APA) or Works Cited (MLA): Separate, last page of this document. List the sources you use here in APA format (References) or MLA format (Works Cited). Incorporate your research throughout your paper (use research to support each section). Find sources to support your discussion of the Individual Identity section, Discourse Community section, and the Proposal section; the sources do not need to speak explicitly about each section; they can provide support by speaking to the theme or topic of the section. How do your sources represent your discourse community? Why? How have other organizations or people discussed these ideas or implemented your proposal plans (if applicable)? How do your sources discuss this topic/proposal? The proposal requires you to use at least four outside sources (you can use more). Use two scholarly/academic journal articles from the Pfau library databases (EBSCOHost, JSTOR, Elsevier, Project Muse Premium, SAGE, Science Direct, other databases), and find two more non-scholarly sources (ProQuest, EBSCOHost, news articles, U.S. Census Data, etc.). Use these sources to support your proposal and ideas; do not let these sources overrun your thinking or writing. Please use APA or MLA citation practices to write in-text citations and cite your sources at the end (Works Cited or References page), and DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! Plagiarism is using the ideas or content of others without acknowledging the original source/author. The Purdue OWL website (http://owl.purdue.english.edu/owl) is an excellent source for citing your sources in APA or MLA format. If you do plagiarize, you will fail this assignment and this class.
INSTRUCTIONS: Write an outstanding 5-6 page essay on any of the novels we have covered in the course, or any combination thereof. You can write on any topic that interests you so long as you deal with our course readings, but some suggestions are below. You can modify them as you see fit. You need not use external sources, but if you do, cite them properly. Make use of evidence from the books in all cases. Double-spaced, any standard 12-point font. 1) Do you find 1984 a realistic prediction of the future from the standpoint of 1948? Is it still a possible future? What features of the totalitarian regime could still become a reality? What features are less likely? 2) Look up some of the political features of the Soviet Union in the Stalin era, particularly the 1930s. Which of these does Orwell seem to be incorporating into the world of 1984? Are these still widely practiced in the world? 3) Brainwashing: look up this ideological technique of prisoner treatment, which became widespread by the 1950s. What features of it appear in 1984? Is it possible to change human nature beliefs radically and permanently through such methods? 4) A common feature of the post-apocalyptic genre is a loner attempting to survive and find meaning in a destroyed world. Compare Tamura and Winston as apocalyptic survivors. What features of their characters distinguish them from others in their environment? How do they attempt to find a purpose or significance in horrible conditions? 5) Both 1984 and Fires in the Plain are, among other things, studies in the limitations of human nature. In what novels, what weaknesses of human behavior, both social and individual, are exposed under extreme stress? How do the characters attempt to compensate? 6) Consider Tamuras account of his experiences, written in retrospect. Is this simply an insane attempt to find some order in horrible circumstances? Or has he experienced a genuine religious revelation? Or are both explanations valid? 7) Consider the theme of cannibalism in Fires in the Plain and Otared. How are they related to spiritual themes, such as Christian communion or the Feast of Sacrifice? 8) What social and political features of contemporary Egypt seem to be mirrored in Otared, and what is the authors comment on his society?
PHI 2010 ASSIGNMENT #3 Please read the lecture notes entitled Descartes, Descartes on the Existence of God and Descartes on the Material World, together with any relevant readings from your course book, Philosophy Here and Now and any associated or recommended text before considering the following questions: What was the aim and the proposed methodology of the Cartesian Projectand what factors persuaded Descartes to pursue it? Explain and evaluate the Evil Deceiver conjecture within the context of the project why was it introduced, what problems did it raise and how were they overcome? Explain and evaluate the Ball of Wax scenario. What do you understand by the term, Cartesian Circularity? Where you have used additional reading or other research methods, you must acknowledge all your sources.
Introduction to Philosophy, Fall 2020 Second Paper Assignment Use Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double-spaced. Use page numbers. Word Count: 800 – 1000 (include word count on first page) Due date: Dec. 1st (by 11:59 pm) Submit your paper via email to: [email protected] Lateness penalty: 2/3 grade per 24-hour period Note: As always, you are free to make a Teams (or Zoom or Skype, etc.) office hours appointment with me (schedule it via email). I will not read drafts of papers, but I will answer specific questions about papers via email. Additional Instructions/pointers: If you make a claim, give an argument for it. Quote the text you are discussing only very sparingly, if at all. I want to see that you can accurately reconstruct the relevant argument(s) in your own words. Do not consult or incorporate any outside readings or sources (e.g. Wikipedia, Sparknotes, Youtube, secondary literature, etc.). Say no more than what the prompt asks you to say. Be creative in thinking of possible objections and responses. However, aside from the objections and responses you come up with, this is not an assignment that asks you to be creative. So dont, for example, propose your own terminology or theory. Dont wait until the night before the deadlineor even the night before thatto start writing your first draft. That will not turn out well for you! Start early and keep revising. Write an essay in response to exactly one of the following prompts. Prompt 1 After explaining what Searle means by strong AI, explain his Chinese Room example and how it is supposed to work as an argument against strong AI. Of the objections to his argument that Searle addresses, which do you think is the most successful? Explain that objection, and what you think makes it the most successful of the objections that Searle considers. Next, explain and critically evaluate Searles response to the objection you have chosen. In order to critically evaluate it properly, you need to (a) be charitable to Searle, (b) come up with an interesting and plausible reason to doubt that Searles response is successful, and then (c) decide for yourselfvia arguments/reasons that you yourself come up with and include in your paperwhether the reason you discuss in (b) ultimately defeats Searles response. Prompt 2 After introducing the problem of diachronic personal identity, explain both the body theory and the psychological continuity theory. In your (informed philosophical) opinion, which one of these two is best defended by philosophical argument(s)? What is the best objection to the theory you have chosen? What is the best response to that objection? In the end, do you believe that the theory of personal identity on which you have chosen to focus is true? Defend all your philosophical claims (including, of course, your answers to the questions in this prompt) with an argument. Choose one prompt 1 or two
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAD READ DOCTOR SLEEP BY Stephen King BEFORE YOU ANSWER THIS QUESTIONS For each of the following discussion questions, write a developed response that answers all questions presented, and includes evidence from the novel as support. If an alternative question is presented, you may choose that alternative. In other words, you are not required to answer both. Questions are worth 20 points each and will be graded on your ability to write a developed response of at least one full paragraph (at least ten complete sentences) that includes ample evidence from the text as support. Answers are based on opinion, but you must provide support for your opinion. 1. Did you enjoy the novel? Why or why not? Be as honest as possible and give reasons to support your response. 2. Which character(s) did you like/dislike most? Why? Write a short character analysis that includes examples of why you like or dislike this character. Alternative Question: Were there any characters that you liked at some points and disliked at other? What story changes or new contextual information made you change your mind? 3. What made you want to keep reading this book? Put a different way: What kept you interested and engaged with the story? Alternative Question: If you did not feel particularly engaged, explain why. Propose changes to the book that would have made it more engaging for you. 4. Choose one sentence from the story that you particularly liked and discuss ONLY that sentence. (What about the sentence is so great? Does the author play with language in this sentence? How does it relate to the larger themes of the story?) Alternative: If choosing a single sentence seems too limited, you can expand your answer to a favorite paragraph or a favorite page. The goal is to focus on a small chunk of the text and really analyze that section. 5. Discuss how the context for a given piece of writing might have affected the writing itself. Any creative work is ultimately influenced by the historical and cultural context of the time in which it is written. This is certainly true of The Shining and it is also true of Doctor Sleep. Describe how those historical/personal events affect your interpretation of the story. Alternative: Do you think King intended the story to carry any specific message for readers of this time? If so, what message? Develop your response and include examples as support.
Write a paper that compares and contrasts the formal structures, rules and functions of governmental institutions across systems, with respect to a specific research question that you frame. The institutions you choose to investigate may be parties, party systems, electoral systems, executive branches, judiciaries, etc. and your goal will be to examine causal connections between the institution and some type of outcome. For instance, are Presidential or Parliamentary democracies more durable? More efficient? Which democratic regime is more or less likely to see a successful transition to or consolidation to democracy and under what conditions?
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