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Monthly Archives: December 2017

How Not To Confuse “Affect” And “Effect” Words

This next instalment in our “Commonly Confused Words” series aims to demystify “affect” and “effect”. Often used interchangeably, “affect” and “effect” are widely misunderstood and misused. As always, we will provide definitions and helpful examples to clarify these terms. For our definitions, we use the Macquarie Dictionary — the authority on Australian English spelling. “Affect” […]

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Argumentative essay: Gun control

Today in the United States murders with a firearm are the second cause of death among young people under the age of 19 years and the first cause among black youth. Every day from firearms killed 13 children. Therefore, the reduction in the number of crimes committed with the use of this weapon, is one […]

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Helpful Online Study Tools for Exam Preps

With exam time approaching you may be thinking that it would be better to spend as little time as possible on the Internet. When you step away from social media sites, there is in fact a wealth of resources that can actually save you a lot of time and help organize your studies more effectively. […]

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Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 3

Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 1 Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 2 Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 3   Reception Utopia was begun while More was an envoy in Flanders in May 1515. More started by writing the introduction and the description of the society which would become the […]

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Summary: The declaration of independence

The Declaration of independence was read to every American schoolboy; many of us were forced to learn her part by heart and recite in class. Any political party, wherever it was on the political spectrum, refers to the Declaration of independence as a “founding document” of America. Any American politician at some stage of their […]

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Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 2

Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 1 Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 2 Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 3   Thomas More (1478 – 1535) Sir Thomas More, also known by Catholics as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman and noted Renaissance humanist. He was […]

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Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 1

Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 1 Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 2 Social Utopias of Reformation Epoch – Part 3   Introduction I turned to the topic, because the theme of social utopias and hopes for a better life, a fair and honest government, social equality and the lack of class […]

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What is business ethics?

Business ethics definition Business ethics or corporate ethics is designed to control the behavior of members of the company, business members, partners. Ethics regulates the rules and norms established in the organization. If you are interested, please, continue reading this essay on business ethics. In other words, business ethics applies to the body of common […]

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Recent Developments in Marxist Theories of Ideology – Part 6

Recent Developments in Marxist Theories of Ideology – Part 1 Recent Developments in Marxist Theories of Ideology – Part 2 Recent Developments in Marxist Theories of Ideology – Part 3 Recent Developments in Marxist Theories of Ideology – Part 4 Recent Developments in Marxist Theories of Ideology – Part 5 Recent Developments in Marxist Theories […]

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