Casual Argument Essays and Term Papers

  • Casual Argument

    Causal Argument: Video games may make children fat. Children have been gaining weight excessively over the last 20 years. In 1980 6.5% of the children aged 6 to 11 were obese, but by 1994 that number had climbed to 11.3%. Currently over 30% of children are overweight, while 17% are considered...

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    October 2013 Epideictic Rhetoric: An argument that deals with the recent values of blame and praise. Ceremonial argument is also called epideictic. Quantitative: An argument of evaluation that relies on criteria that can be measured or counted. Quantitative arguments hold all of the weight especially...

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  • Casual Argument

    Television That Bites Back There are over 238,000,000 people watch television each day and evening too. 99% of households possess at least one television. (BLS American Time) Who can argue that television doesn’t have a huge influence on today’s society? The answer to that is no one. Ever since the...

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  • Casual Argument

    John Doe 11/25/12 Causal Argument “I can purchase that now and pay for it later?”- (The rising effects of credit cards causing more and more student debt) The cycle always seem to begin when you are least expecting it, I know that’s how it started for me. I was browsing in my favorite store...

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  • Malaria: Casual Argument

    It can be said that looking deep into the wrinkles of an elderly man or woman, a story can be uncovered. But in Africa, people are lucky to make it to such an age; every 30 seconds a child dies of malaria ("Fact sheet n°94," 2010). The problems don’t stop there. The world is affected by the many impacts...

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  • Casual Argument Essay 5

    Barthelemy Natama EN 101: Composition I 05 Nov 2014 A More Subtle Effect The effects of greed can be dreadful. The obsession over materialistic goods, like money, can preoccupy their entire time with getting more of it and cause great deals of stress in losing it. That is the first downside when people...

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  • Casual Cause/ Effect Argument

    Cause/Effect Argument Paper Child obesity has always been a major issue in the United States, but why is it so serious? What is the cause of this? I believe that technology and the advancements made to it is the main cause. It is common for kids these days to own a cell phone, have a TV in their...

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    Know Your Personality Dr. John Holland created a theory and inventory to help describe personality types that can be used to identify occupations that are best suited for a particular personality type, or “Holland Code.” It is important to remember that, as with any personality inventory, this...

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  • Casual Loop

    welcomed through greeting cards and welcome parties. • Organising some experienced employees to provide causal training for the new employees. Casual Map Modified: Reference: Wraps on the Run Case Description documentation...

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  • Casual Analysis

    DeVirgilis1  Lily DeVirgilis  Professor Blazer  ENC 1101 15  9 December 2013  Fast­Food & Childhood Obesity  According to a recent study, “nearly 15 percent of U.S. youngsters… are obese”  (Holguin). Heavily influenced by our society, childhood obesity in the United States is becoming  a widespread and growing epidemic...

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  • Casual Analysis

    A frigid breeze blows across the empty, barren courtyard stinging the nose of the soldier as he peers across the way. He seems to be the only creature stirring, taking his morning post in the commanding, guard tower. As he stares across the complex of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, he cannot help...

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  • Casual Wear

    Why people wear casual clothing in Hong Kong? The reasons to wear the casual clothing * Easy to wear: save time to do other important things. * Easy to wash: Casual wear can simply be washed and dried. * Feeling more Comfortable, freedom and relaxed than formal wear. * Create your...

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  • Casual Analysis

    Ali Amaxopulos ENG 111 Casual Analysis Rough Draft March 17, 2013 Works Cited “Phobias.” MayoClinic.com. 07 Jan 2011. Web. 17 Mar 2013. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/phobias/DS00272 “Panic attacks and panic disorder.” MayoClinic.com. 31 May 2012. Web. 17 Mar 2013. http://www.mayoclinic...

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  • Casual Employment

    Casual Employment Introduction Election promises from Labor and liberals 2004 2004 is an election year in Australia and one of the issues that the parties have diverse election promises on is to which extent employers should be authorized to use casual workers, and what rights the casual workforce...

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  • Casual Analysis

    Dear Administration and Professors: Academic dishonesty can be documented in every aspect of an educational setting, ranging from elementary to graduate school. Over the years, there have been more and more findings of academic dishonesty going on both inside and outside of classrooms. Multiply...

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  • Casual Analysis

    Child Abuse- Casual Analysis Throughout the world there are plenty of problems within countries and cities. One problem that is happening worldwide is child abuse. When most people think about child abuse they think of a child not being able to eat dinner or a child that doesn’t have clean clothes...

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  • Casual Anaylsis

    Dana Davis Instructions ENG2230 June 20, 2013 How to prepare to go off to College Introduction Getting prepared to go off to college can be very costly and stressful. There are several things you need to consider before packing and leaving for college. Preparing to leave for college can take up...

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  • Casual Essay

    Teenage Pregnancies: Children Having Children Stephanie Newman ENG 106 Professor Jan Babcock In 2011, a total of 329,797 babies were born to women aged 15-19 years, for a live birth rate of 31.3 per 1,000 women in this age group (Center for Disease and Control Prevention)...

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  • Casual Dining

    CASUAL DINING Definition of Casual Dining: A casual dining restaurant is a restaurant that serves moderately-priced food in a casual atmosphere. This kind of full service dining offers full table service in a relaxed environment. Casual dining comprises a market segment between fast food establishments...

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  • Casual Essay

    that the meaning could be something completely different than what the author wanted the reader to think. These differences can cause conflict and argument if both sides are not clear on the real meaning of the words or phrases used. I have found a very good example of this in action at my work. At...

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