Support of Perrins Assumption

Name Teacher’s name Course Date Support of Perrin’s Assumption in ‘The Androgynous Male.’ The article by Perrin compares the androgynous male to those who adhere to traditional sex-role models. He commences the article by stating explaining a test he conducted that claimed to rate the masculinity or feminism of a person. On completing the test, he discovered that he was 1.2 male on a scale of 1 to 10. This notion leads him to a self-evaluation path over the years where he discovered that he was truly androgynous. Consequently, in his argument, he appears to be in favor of the androgynous male and he concludes that androgynous people are freer than those who adhere to traditional...

should gun control be legal

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Should gun control be legal? The discussion whether guns should be allowed in the campus has been all over. This might be because of the basic reason of security. Those in the campus, that is, instructors, students and other staff think that their environment might not be safe enough and because of these they need a gun to improve their security. It is an issue that has raised concern and it is worth checking so as to hear from those affected and what they think about the same issue. The best way to gather the information was to conduct interviews around the campus so as to hear what different people have to say about the same. Some people thought that guns...

shortage of registered nurses

Name: Institution: Course: Date: Shortage of Registered Nurses The issue of shortage of registered nurses is an international crisis that goes against the dream of achieving quality health care globally. So far, the stakeholder in health sectors for both high and low-income nations are finding difficulties in planning and organising sustainable health care for their clients. It has been recorded that, in Africa a single nurse can be in charge of caring 50 patients (Barke, 345). Statistics shows that Africa is lacking more than 600000 nurses who will ensure quality health provision. On the other hand, the high-income nation like Britain and the United States are in short of nurses but they...

Movie review

Movie Review Part 1 The following is the graphical illustration of one of the major themes of The Great Gatsby, love. The Holt Graphic Organizers, more specifically, process or cycle diagram, would serve to enhance understanding of the narration of Nick Carraway. Moreover, this graphical organizer will also provide ample grounds for bringing complex relationship of Tom, Jay and Daisy together under a single roof. Another important aspect of incorporating it includes the understanding of the great tragedy at end of movie and the inherent animosity of characters. Arch-enemies Love lost and love found One-way affection Part 2 The Great Gatsby is the marvelous masterpiece crafted...

Resume writing

RESUME Name: Sex: Nationality: Postal address: Phone: Email: Languages: OBJECTIVES QUALIFICATIONS Computer usage: Ms Word, Ms Excel, Ms Access, PowerPoint, email and Internet usage. Programming skills in Java, c++, PHP, C and database management especially MySQL. Web testing, and maintenance. Usability testing (Student can add more information) EDUCATIONCollege: High school: Primary school: EXPERIENCE (Different companies and the tasks that you were involved in) ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS ACTIVITIES (Member of the university's Information Technology Forum) Class Representative (Name class, year and name of the institution) REFERENCES AND WRITING PORTFOLIO Available on...

Memoir

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Number Date A Drop in the Bucket The sun shines bright casting its angry rays upon God’s creation in a reflective way giving its day’s insights to the innocent souls standing, sleeping or walking on the shore. The beach houses have their massive windows open to usher in a scenic view of the ocean bringing in the anticipated fresh breeze after a hot sun-rayed day. Night falls, and the sky is full of brilliant shiny wonders often known as the “galaxy”, for those who studied geography. Its blue color gives the sense of a dreadful day at the same time ushering in the steady breeze on the beach as the moon stands to shine on the ground brightly....

How to Read Literature Like a Professor by Thomas C. Foster

Name: Course: Tutor: Date: How to Read Literature like a Professor by Thomas C. Foster Communication disorder tends to occur whenever a student and a professor are analysing the same story. The main problem that develops is the inability by students to use the analytical apparatus efficiently. If you ever spent time in a literature classroom, you may tend to assume that professors are making up their inventions and interpretation out of thin air. But that’s not the case since they have more experience in reading than students who are just getting the introduction part. In literature there is the grammar factor which is vital. Hence, you should be able to analyse the structure of...

Insights from Narratives

Name Instructor Course Date Insights from Narratives The ‘Turn the Screw' Henry James is a novella with its original content written in a choreographed language. It is difficult for one to do interpretations without a deeper interest in the text written and many have tried to know what the text means and the original intention of the author in passing his message to scholars. There is an evil twinge and twist in the story line, but there exists a brilliant idea for one who understands the novella. An anonymous narrator reads a script to Douglas, a trusted friend though he is no longer alive. The script and storyline is about the man hired by the governess after assuming the responsibility of...

Fight Club

Name Subject Teacher Date Anonymous: An analysis of Fight Club Before there came to be the concept of the 99%, before there was the movement that radicalized the economy world, there was Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club. The story of an anonymous narrator dealing with his demons in the form of his split personality, Tyler Durden. One of the reasons why the novel is famous is because it brought forth a reality that many were living, but none was accepting: consumerism was taking over, and people were suffering because of it. This paper contributes towards the thesis that the narrator was the representation of the consumerist world, and Tyler was part of the 99%, the anonymous sect of people...

How and why academic discourse differ from more popular discourse

Name Professor Course Date How and why academic discourse differs from more popular discourse Analysis of science accommodation develops an insight of different kind of writing between the mass media report and the scientific report on the scientific findings. However, the mass media report is normally generated from the scientific report whereby the scientific findings are reported in the mass media using a more simplified language compared to the one used in the scientific report. On the other hand, this paper will develop an insight of the writing and thinking concepts used in analyzing the differences between the mass media report and the scientific report...