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  • Coherent And Fluent Article
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    The article that will be evaluated in this particular essay is taken from News weeks Society and Arts (dating August 14, 2000), which is titled as The New Singles and it is written by Carla Power in cooperation with Antonia Francis, in Paris and Stefan Theil, in Berlin. As it can be understood from the title it is about the people in Europe, who prefer living alone. Throughout the article, different lifestyles and different choices of people, who are living alone, are reflected. While doing that...
  • Understanding Of Object Permanence In Infants
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    Often, research articles are composed of results of new findings and past research. Experimental psychology relies heavily on the researcher's ability to further expand previous research conducted. Child psychology, in particular, is constantly building unto old research in hopes of uncovering more knowledge about children. More specifically, Baillargeon's article "Object Permanence in 3 - and 4 -Month-Old Infants" is an example of one researcher utilizing proven research from another. In this c...
  • Belluck's Interest In The Lives Of Nuns
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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...
  • Kunkel And Copes Article
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    Sitting with her child in front of the television, Maori Wolfs is astonished to see the content of her three-and-a-half year olds favorite cartoon. If you pay attention to the dialogue, the images of the value-laden messages, you ll get a queasy, dawning sense that your kids have entered into a cartoon moral warp, where everything that's cool and inviting to children is being given and genuinely perverse underlay. (42) In her article, The New Kiddie Porn, she describes cartoon shows that appear ...
  • Their Intrusive Modes Of Research
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    'Study study finds cruddy duds' (Sheil, 2003: 22) - A Critical Review of Sociologists. This is a humorous 'out cry' of an article that comically undermines and sat irises the work of sociologists by reducing them to a group of 'willy-nilly' grant gathering academics that produce nothing more than unreadable reports that are nevertheless "mind numbingly uninformative" (ibid). It is well known by all Australians that it is the continuous research (funded by the government, universities and so fort...
  • Klatsky's Evidence For His Claims
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    Alcohol use has been widely studied and documented, as I have found in my research. One article in particular, 'Moderate Drinking and Reduced Risk of Heart Disease' by Arthur L. Klatsky, appears to be a good source that I will be able to use in my final research paper. This article will be a good source for two main reasons: first, Klatsky's article adds to my knowledge of my research topic, and second, Klatsky provides good evidence for his claim. Thus, Klatsky's article will help me write my f...
  • Oil
    313 words
    The article that was reviewed was entitled: Field Courses Gives Petroleum Geo scientist a Top-to-bottom View of the Structural Geology of Oil Exploration. This article is about a course that will be taught at the Southwest Research Institute that will help geologist identify oil reserves under the surface of the earth. The institute designed this course not only to help oil companies in their search for petroleum, but also to aid the petroleum geo scientist in their research of the earth's geolo...
  • Research Of The Way
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    Reading A Typology of Men Who Are Violent Toward Their Female Partners: Making Sense of the Heterogeneity in Husband Violence was quite an enlightening experience. This essay was the first exposure that I have encountered that had to do with research of the way psychological matters, such as batterers, should be analyzed and examined. There are so many ways to view things that sometimes researchers do not really become aware of the best way to view them until more research is done. This article ...
  • Conducting Effective Research Using The Internet
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    Critical thinking in today's business environment is not just a tool to get ahead it is a necessary skill to survive. The article reviewed talks about using this ability by conducting effective research via the Internet. The purpose of this paper is to summarize the article and discuss how the authors dealt with the following elements: perception, assumption, emotion, language, argument, fallacy, logic, and issue / problem resolution. Only those components with clear examples will be cited. Summ...
  • Limits Of Accepted Ethical Medical Research
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    Abstract The medical field has developed in an extraordinary way over the past few decades. It has been helped by the enormous progress in technology and computer science that have vastly extended the possibilities of experimentation on human beings. These experiments have led to many saved lives and have lengthened our average life spans. But are some medical researchers pushing the envelope too far? In the article Sham Surgery, a doctor uses a very controversial "placebo" technique in trying t...
  • Due To Low Dha
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    I chose to do my article critique on fish oils, mental health and depression. In the beginning I chose this topic because it seemed to be a very interesting subject, but by the time I was done, it turned out to be very helpful in my personal life. Dr. Barbara Levine, a professor of Nutrition at Cornell University believes that due to low DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) intake, one can develop postpartum depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and a low IQ. Also, it has been shown that l...
  • Anti Matter Elements
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    Introduction Ordinary matter has Anti-Matter Anti-Matter Introduction Ordinary matter has negatively charged electrons circling a positively charged nuclei. Anti-matter however has positively charged electrons – positrons – orbiting a nuclei with a negative charge – anti-protons. Only anti-protons and positrons are able to be produced at this time, but scientists in Switzerland have begun a series of experiments which they believe will lead to the creation of the first anti-mat...

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