• 1983 Article Victim Articles Story
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    ... agni tude of the crime. Such minimizing of events and underestimation of words can be seen to reveal the author's viewpoint, which seems to be that such an event is insignificant. At the end of the article, there is a brief section on other lynchings that have occurred during the past month. One of the lynchings supposedly took place despite "police guards and military troops armed with teargas bombs and tanks." By making such a statement, the writer seems to be saying that the authorities h...
  • 1983 Article Story Victim Articles
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    Out of the many articles relating to crime in the New York Times, I chose three articles dealing with racial crimes. The earliest article, dated December 16, 1883, is titles "Accused of Killing a Negro" and covers a story that could be a possible murder case. The second article is dated December 16, 1933 and the slightly sensational title, "Negro, Freed by Court, Hanged in Tennessee; Lynching Handled Quietly, Sheriff Says", sums up practically the entire article. The latest of the three articles...
  • Driving In India Indian Road
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    Driving in India Traveling in India is an almost hallucinatory mixture of sound and sight. It is frequently heart-rending, sometimes hilarious, mostly exhilarating, always unforgettable - and, when you are on the roads, extremely dangerous. Most Indian road users observe a version of the Highway Code based on some ancient text or on the position of the moon. In general the 12 rules of the Indian road code are: ARTICLE I The assumption of immortality is required of all road users. ARTICLE II The ...
  • Television Violence Gerbner Article Study
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    Television Violence The article "Television Violence: The Power and the Peril" is an article written by George Gerbner in 1994 that covers information about television violence over a period of twenty one years. Gerbner's purpose in this article is to address the audience about the problems that exist in television today. This article covers a very big controversy that has brewed up in our society. The controversy is that there is way too much violence on television, and therefore it could be af...
  • Multi Pack Article Purchase Archive
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    Judge in California Voids Ban on Same-Sex Marriage By DEAN E. MURPHY (NYT) 1167 words Late Edition - Final, Section A, Page 16, Column 5 ABSTRACT - San Francisco County Judge Richard A Kramer rules tentatively that state ban on same-sex marriages is unconstitutional because it appears to be 'im permissibly arbitrary' in violation of equal protection clause of California's Constitution; ruling will not be made final until meeting with parties to litigation; Mayor Gavin Newsom welcomes decision bu...
  • Movies Of 2001 Netscape Navigator
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    ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1." Cast Away." Yahoo Online: Netscape Navigator. web March 19, 2001 This article emphasizes the idea that no matter how many obstacles are put in our path, we will find ways to accept them. This article is well written, but has limited amounts of information present. 2. "Caveman's Valentine." Yahoo Online: Netscape Navigator. web March 18, 2001 This article states that there are many nice touches to the thriller. Samuel L. Jackson portrays his character very well. This a...
  • Shaped Ski Revolution Article Skis Taylor
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    Compare & Contrast While comparing and contrasting information from, " The Shaped Ski Revolution," by Sonoma County Ski and Snowboard Guide, and an article written by Rich Taylor of Popular Mechanics called "Shaped Skis" I found information on many aspects of the new shaped ski technology. Information ranged from safety to ski technique. Rich Taylor's article is a better source for my final research paper because of its relevancy, accurate depiction, and it is a reliable and accurate resource. T...
  • Fine Print Article Reader Product
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    Results May Vary This product advertisement, for, the fat burner, begins to mislead the reader from the very beginning. The ad came from a very popular men's magazine, Maxim, and is targeted directly at young males. It is intended to mislead the reader that it is a factual article, and not an advertisement at all, just from the look of the ad. The article uses headings and title fonts, similar to all of the other article in the magazine. This tricks the reader into starting to read the article w...
  • Alzheimer's Disease Nuns Article Belluck
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    "Nuns Offer Clues to Alzheimer's and Aging " By: Pam Belluck Pam Belluck's article entitled "Nuns Offer Clues to Alzheimer's and Aging" focuses on the lives of the School Sisters of Notre Dame and a scientific experiment called the Nun Study. The Nun Study intends to find clues and answers about who gets Alzheimer's disease and why. For fifteen years, these nuns have been tested on their ability to memorize, their strength, and even their genes have been analyzed. Dr. Snowdon's research has theo...
  • Philadelphia Seventysixers Article Element Sixers
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    RESPONSE PAPER NUMBER ONE I HAVE AN ARTICLE THAT IS CALLED SIXERS WINNING DESPITE ADVERSITY. TODAY I AM GOING TO ANALYSE THIS ARTICLE WITH THE 8 ELEMENTS OF CRITICAL THINKING. THERE ARE EIGHT ELEMENTS. THE FIRST OF THE EIGHT ELEMENTS IS PURPOSE. THE GENERAL PURPOSE IS TO INFORM. THE SPECIFIC PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS TO INFORM THE READER THAT THE PHILADELPHIA SEVENTYSIXERS HAVE BEEN WINNING BASKETBALL GAMES DESPITE ADVERSITY. THE SECOND ELEMENT IS THE QUESTION. THE QUESTION IS: WHAT WILL HAPPE...
  • Human Rights Article Udhr Bill
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    Human Rights 1. The UDHR and the United States Bill of Rights do not have as many similarities as one might think, but some do exist. One of these similarities of these two documents is the freedom from torture and inhumane treatment. In the UDHR this freedom can be found in article 5 when it is stated protection is provided against, "torture, under any circumstances." This coincides with article 8 of the United States Bill of Rights, which states, "excessive bail shall not be required, nor exce...
  • Values That The Society Norms Article Important
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    1. Socialisation - The process by which members of society learn culture. This is an ongoing process that starts with primary socialization in the family and continues with secondary socialization in education, at work and in the media. 2. This is a sociological process of people (members of society) learning the norms and rules by which the society operates. 3. In the article below we see the learning process that takes place usually within a family by which family members learn norms and proc...
  • Artificial Intelligence Article Author Examples
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    A Critical Analysis of "12: Machines Will Be Smarter Than We Are" In today's rapidly changing world, technology has given us a possible future in the field of Artificial Intelligence. An August, 1999 article entitled "12: Machines Will Be Smarter Than We Are," explains how Artificial Intelligence is inevitable. It also explains when and how it will transform civilization. The facts and examples used in the article may not give a full picture of the situation, but succeed in presenting a strong a...
  • Gay Marriages Article Schiffren Society
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    Lisa Schiffren's article "Gay Marriage, an Oxymoron" left me confused, and led me to believe the author was unsure of her feelings. There were not many referenced, and Schiffren failed to talk much about the politics, which is what I believe should have been the key factor of her argument. The article begins talking about baby's and how they are the bases of marriage, and then out of no where starts to talk about the political stand point. The comment about how "parenthood has transformed many b...
  • Retirement Article People Retire
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    Internet Source: web > USA Today Magazine Jan, 2003 SUMMARY: This article sums up many of the aspects of retirement as it is today. The article emphasizes the changes in retirement from how it is today, to how it will be for the coming up generation of retirees. When people of our generation retire, they will have to use more of their own money to live off of. Companies are not paying as much and social security benefits are declining. Also, people live longer now. If they retire at age 65, the...
  • The Mother Tongue Native Speak
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    Dear Editor, I am writing to comment on the article! yen The Mother Tongue! | by Bill Bryson. In his article Bryson suggested that English has a flexibility that sets it apart from other languages and it is the most concise language. These make English is fast becoming world language. As a non English native speaker, who is also not so familiar with other languages that he has mentioned in the article, I am quite convinced by the examples that he gave. It is also very true that English is a comm...
  • Article Review Negligence Malpractice Occurring
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    This article is about a study done in the United States, on nurses and malpractice and negligent issues. This article covers how this study defined and tracked the malpractice cases in the states. It then gives you a brief description of what is classified as negligence and malpractice. It then explains possible things or concerns that may have contributed to these malpractices occurring. They then went into explaining the areas of nursing that have the highest cases of malpractice and negligen...
  • Adhd Understanding Article 8211
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    Understanding the Problem Understanding Adhd ADHD Understanding the Problem Understanding the Problem | Getting Help | Sustaining Hope This three-part article provides an excellent overview of the current state of knowledge regarding a disorder that is often called the most "over-diagnosed' mental problem– attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD. The extensive use of medication for emotional disorders is controversial for some people. While the National Institute of Mental Health...
  • American Fed Federalism National Government
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    American federalism is a form of government in which the constitution distributes governmental powers between the national government and the subsidiary governments of the states. Article I, Section 8, and the Tenth Amendment are good examples of this definition. In Article I, Section 8, the Constitution defines the powers delegated to the national government, such as the power to regulate commerce and to enact laws necessary and proper for the execution of its powers. The Tenth Amendment retain...
  • Analysis Of A News Article
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    131-81 Analysis of The Union Racket There is an article in the April 24, 2000 issue of The Detroit News called The Union Racket. This article explains how the International Brotherhood of Teamsters currently stands with its lawsuit against its former president. Though the essay dose communicate many useful points, is dose a poor job of not meeting the seven failure requirements for any writing as established by Orwell. This essay breaks four of the seven rules of good writing. The first rule it ...