• The Death of Marilyn Monroe
    Discursive Essay A discursive essay is an article that talks about a topic that is controversial in nature. This type of essay intends to present the issues both sides of the argument. However, it is important that the writer also explain why he has chosen to side with one argument and provide...
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  • Relative Resources
    | |How |Analyse |Discuss | Sample Question: Discuss (precept) the impact of the IMF (focus) on the economic policy (topic) of Argentina (limitation). The parts of an essay: Broadly...
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  • english 12
    include two of the following: (a) Factual Passages e.g. instructions, descriptions, reports. (b) Discursive passage involving opinion e.g. argumentative, persuasive or interpretative text. (c) Literary passage e.g. extract from fiction, drama, poetry, essay or biography Unseen passages 1. 2...
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  • Discuss the Social Psychological Implications of Gibson’s ‘Rhetorical’ Analysis of Milgram’s Classic Studies of Obedience
    DD307 TMA 05, Discuss the social psychological implications of Gibson’s ‘rhetorical’ analysis of Milgram’s classic studies of obedience. The aim of this essay is to outline and evaluate Gibson’s reassessment of Milgram’s obedience of authority studies. Furthermore, it will also seek to explore...
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  • Wodak
    realizations (although some gaps must stay unbridgeable). 10) Practice and application are aimed at. The results should be made available to experts in different fields and, as a second step, be applied, with the goal of changing certain discursive and social practices. Thus, CDA might be...
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  • Bachelor
    Research is a vital aspect to any beginnings or progress to any subject that one would choose to study, however standards such as validity and reliability are key aspects to keeping the integrity of the subject that is under review. Therefore this essay will firstly explore the meanings of...
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  • On the Concept of Happiness – Looking at Words in Context with Corpora Methods
    written material in American English by only native speakers and is seen as the first modern corpus ever compiled by computers. The amount of 500 samples from 15 genres, each with 2,000 words is from different categories. 2.2.2. LOB Corpus The Lancaster - Oslo- Bergen Corpus was compiled from 1961...
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  • research skill
     A series of professional methods have been used in different kinds of fields in research. This essay intends to make a primary exploration about five terms of research skill, which are questionnaire, interview, multidisciplinary research, case study and quantitative research, at the same time...
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  • My Essay by John Shiuttleworth
    and the best two from Section 2. Sample Short Questions for Section One 1. What is fractional-reserve banking and how does it work? 2. What does it mean when we say a bank has a solvency problem? How does it differ from a liquidity problem? 3. What useful functions are served by financial...
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  • Learning Documents
     argument you wish to make.  This is particularly important if you  are writing a discursive essay (that is, an essay which asks you to  ‘discuss’, ‘critically discuss’, ‘critically analyse’, ‘analytically discuss’  etc. – to look at a topic from two or more points of view),  Examples might be:  ‘The...
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  • Xpaper
    passage will have a factual passage (e.g., instruction, description, report etc.) or a literary passage (e.g., extract from fiction, drama, poetry, essay or biography). Question No. 2 Second passage will have a factual passage or a discursive passage involving opinion, (argumentative, persuasive or...
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  • What Happens When Students Write About Race and Ethnicity? How Is This Writing Affected by Students’ Personal Identities, Academic Disciplines, and Social Contexts? Where Can the Study of Student Writing Intersect with
    , in a course paper for The Bible and Literature (included as my writing sample), I analyzed how Native mythology interrupts discourses of Christian patriarchy in Thomas King’s novel Green Grass Running Water. My exploration of discursive power in this novel came to bear immediately on my study of...
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  • A Meta-Analysis of Studies of Contrastive Rhetoric in Iran
    (1997), some internal and external forces has caused this change. The internal force which required contrastive rhetoric to goes beyond traditional view of linguistic analysis to consider discursive features, processes and contexts of writing. The external forces resulted from new developments in...
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  • Essay
    , reports, information brochures, leaflets, stories, poems, articles, and biographies. Tables, diagrams and other visual materials are also included in evaluation methods. Writing tasks have changed from traditional essays or paragraphs to letters, notices, and reports, and note-making, as...
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  • Abortion: a Discursive Essay
    Discursive essay- Abortion is murder Thirty years ago, the United States Supreme Court made up a constitutional right to abortion. Since then there have been 44 million abortions. There have been 112 million births. Using those two numbers, a scientist calculated that 28 percent of all pregnancies...
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  • English: Serial Killer and Racist?
    maintaining English skills to a high level. Similar results are seen in Flowerdew’s case study (1999b: 254), in which he reports that his sample of Hong Kong academics felt that they had a worse vocabulary and couldn’t express ideas as clearly. Other examples presented by Ferguson all show similar results...
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  • Ell Publishing Ltd Oxford, Uk Epat Educational Philosophy and Theory 0013-18571469-5812 © 2008 the Authors Journal Compilation © 2008 Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia 511 10.1111/J.1469-5812.2008.00511.X
    emphasize the materiality and historicity of genres, texts and writing. It focuses briefly on the history of the essay and its relation to the journal within the wider history of scientific communication, and comments on the standardized forms of academic writing and the issue of ‘bad writing...
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  • Tma01
    Part 1: Essay This essay will explore how deindividuation theory might explain the looting behaviour that can sometimes accompany crowd riots. The core concepts and assumptions of the deindividuation theory will be critically evaluated. The potential strengths and limitations of this theory will...
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  • Interjection
    C u r r e n t A n t h r o p o l o g y Volume 44, Number 4, August–October 2003 2003 by The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. All rights reserved 0011-3204/2003/4404-0002$3.00 The Meanings of Interjections in Q’eqchi’ Maya From Emotive Reaction to Social and Discursive...
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  • Nationalism and Ideology in an Anticonsumption Movement
    the historical emergence of ideology and the deconstruction of its discursive practices to understand the relationship between anticonsumption and the concept of nationhood or ethnic identity have received only limited attention in consumer research (Crockett and Wallendorf [2004] is an exception). In...
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