Discursive Essay Sample Essays and Term Papers

  • Discursive Essay

    Compare the advantages and disadvantages of three of the following as media for communicating information. State which you consider to be the most effective. • comics • books • radio • television • film • theatre The role of media is no longer able to be separated from information. As it is...

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    22/2/13 Young Girls on the Pill Jack Adam In today’s twenty first century the young girls of the not so well off places are starting to have underage sex. Many of whom are well underage. Though to make matters worse more and...

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  • Discursive Essay

    A subject which always arouses strong feelings on both sides of the argument is abortion. The English Dictionary defines this as: "An operation or other procedure to terminate pregnancy before the foetus is viable." The topic of Abortion causes much conflict between people and I will be examining both...

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  • Discursive Essay

    Discursive Essays In a discursive essay you are expected to be neutral, objective and explore all sides. This is mostly used for academic writing at university, but is similar to the type of writing used in reporting complex stories at the NST. Before beginning an essay of this type, you should try...

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  • Discursive Essay

    Are Social Networks a Good Thing? When I think of social networks, I personally feel that they are a waste of time and there really is very little need for them; I can concede that they are helpful and give a lot of freedom and communication to virtually anybody but I feel that the more and more...

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  • Discursive Essay

    Command & Conquer(tm) Generals Zero Hour IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM THE BATTLEFIELD © 2003 Electronic Arts Inc. All rights reserved. For latest news and updates visit GENERALS.EA.COM - - Incoming transmission - -   General, Several of our loyal supporters have passed along intelligence...

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  • Discursive essay

    Discursive essay (1): a balanced argument Key success factors being able to construct an argument • being able to link points together in a logical sequence • using appropriate discourse markers to connect, contrast, and balance points ANALYSING A MODEL TEXT Text-messaging is an important ...

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  • Discursive Essay

    Discursive Essay Cosmetic surgery is not widely available on the NHS. Only in certain situations do the NHS pay for cosmetic procedures, but where should the line be drawn between cosmetic surgery necessary and beneficial and people using it because of physcological reasons. The NHS spend around £5...

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  • Discursive Essay

    Definition: discursive essay writing explores an issue using reasoned argument and then comes to a fitting conclusion based on looking at both sides of the argument. If you like, the first part of the essay will explore the “pro”- argument and the second part explores the counter-argument. The conclusion...

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  • Discursive Essay

    Craig Nicolson Discursive Essay Has social media changed the way people live today? This is what I’ll be talking about in this essay, Giving advantages and disadvantages to the use of social media. Social networking sites hit the highest points in the year 2007. These sites encouraged online social...

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  • Discursive Essay

    Since the SNP came to power four years ago there has been a wave of nationalistic fever sweeping the country. Independence is on their agenda. Sooner or later there will be a referendum. But why exactly should we be independent? Would our tiny, economically challenged country really be able to stand...

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  • Discursive Essay

    “Malignant tumour”(1) Is how David Albarn front man of bands Blur and Gorillaz has described the X-Factor and I would have to agree. Over 8.8million(2) viewers tuned into the phenomenon that is the X-Factor last year: the business that flogs the idea that incredibly talented no-ones can be turned into...

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    Discursive Essay It is argued nowadays on whether teenagers, who go to school, should be wearing a uniform. There are many advantages but also some disadvantages, such as : All the students wearing the same uniform , which can take the stress off looking better than other students as they are wearing...

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  • Discursive Essays

    Should assisted suicide be legalised? Euthanasia is a broad term for mercy killing, taking the life of a hopelessly ill or injured person in order to end his or her suffering. Mercy killing represents a serious ethical dilemma. But euthanasia seems to contradict one of the most basic rules of life,...

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  • Discursive Essay- Abortion

    is okay in certain circumstances. They may also know of a friend or relative who has had an abortion and realised that it was for the best. In this essay I will be discussing the arguments for and against abortion. Some people are against abortion because they think women use it as a type of contraception...

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  • Discursive Essay on Bear Baiting

    In a typical bear fighting event there are twenty five fights. In each fight, no matter which of the four provinces the event takes place, the rules are the same. A bear is tethered to a central pole by a rope. The length of the rope can vary from two to five metres. Two bull terriers are set onto...

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  • Smoking Discursive Essay

    Discursive Essay The topic of whether or not smoking should be banned or not is discussed worldwide daily. In this essay I will outline the main points and discuss the two parties views of for and against in detail. I will start with the group who want to get smoking banned, then the group that want...

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  • Discursive Essay on Scottish Independence

    BIOLOGY HOMEWORK TASK HYPOTHERMIA Hypothermia is a condition in which the body’s core temperature drops below that required for normal bodily functions. This is generally considered to 35 degrees Celsius. Body temperature is usually maintained to a constant level of 36.5 – 37.5 degrees Celsius...

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  • discursive essay on minimum price

    Discursive Essay Alcohol is a huge part of society; it is a social drink and is for enjoyment. But on a darker note it is a depressant and can lead to cancer and death if not drank sensibly. So the government has come up with a plan of minimum alcohol pricing. But will this really work? In the...

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  • Discursive Essay - Size Zero

    Discursive Essay Size zero In our society, image is everything. We strive for what is considered to be the “ideal appearance”. For the modern generation, fashion is uppermost. For some girls our ambition is to become “size zero”. We want or need to show we are following the latest fashion trends...

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