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Have you ever had to write analytical essays? If so, then you probably know what it is. However, let us give you more detailed description. An analytical essay isn’t a regular essay one may write in the middle school; it is a special kind of essay that is written in order to help the reader gain a better understanding of a particular object. In other words, in the process of analytical essay writing you should answer the following questions: “What does the object look like?”, “What message does this object convey?”, “What are the component parts of this object?” and “What is my attitude towards this object?”. Proceeding from the characteristic features and requirements applicable to analytical essays, a lot of students find it difficult to write analytical essays. According to the statistics data only few of them will write analytical essays on their own and make profound research on the topic. The vast majority of students however will start to surf the Internet trying hard to find analytical essay samples or ready-made essays. Thus, teachers often have to read analytical essays that are full of stolen ideas taken from unreliable sources. If you need to write an analytical essay and want to avoid hackneyed phrases and doubtful arguments, we are ready to render professional analytical essay help. You just have to make several simple steps:
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The history of Black English in the United States is complex and even today only partly understood. Black English is also referred to as Black language, African American Vernacular English, Black English Vernacular or Vernacular Black English, Ebonics, African American English, "the language of soul," and "the shuffling speech of slavery." There has been much controversy over the history of Black English and how it came about. Many linguists trace the development of Black English back to the time of slavery and the slave trade. Other scholars contend that Black English developed out of the contact between speakers of West African languages and speakers of vernacular English varieties. Others say that Black English developed from the mixing of African languages. This paper sets to examine the different theories held by linguists as to how Black English came about. Many linguists trace the development of Black English back to the time of slavery and the slave trade. This dates back to about 1619, when a Dutch vessel landed in Jamestown with a cargo of twenty Africans. During the slave trade, ships collected slaves from several different African nations rather than trading with one nation because Africans from different nations spoke different languages and could not communicate with each other. Without being able to communicate with each other, they were incapable of uniting with one another to come up with a way of either escaping, taking over the ships or rebelling. In J. L. Dillard's book, Black English: Its History and Usage in the United States, he provides evidence that there was a lack of such language mixing during the early times of the slave trade and that it developed much later. He states that slave buyers learned to prefer African from specific tribes and areas, and the language mixing practiced on the...
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Indo-European Influences • First language spoken in Britain was Celtic. • Celts came from Central Asia. • Celtic had little effect on English • Celts were driven to the North and West of Britain. • Celtic still spoken in Scotland & Wales. • Celtic words- bog, galore. • Celtic place name- Avon river • 55AD Roman invasion (Julius Caesar) • Romans brought Latin. • Roman occupation lasted 400 years. • During Roman occupation Celtic & Latin was spoken. • Latin word- castra meaning camp. Used in town names Chester, Lancaster & Gloucester Old English (500AD-1100AD) • English dates from 5th C. • 5th C Britain invaded by Angles, Saxons & Jutes. • Angles, Saxons & Jutes from north Germany. • Angles, Saxons & Jutes were farmers. • Angles, Saxons & Jutes language was Anglo-Saxon. • Anglo-Saxon main language spoken for 500 years. • Anglo-Saxon forms the basic vocab of English. • Anglo-Saxon vocab members of family, parts of body, food, numbers up to 1000 and verbs. • 9th & 10th C Danes & Vikings invasion. • Danes & Vikings spoke Old Norse. • Old Norse & Anglo-Saxon come from Teutonic. • Old English = Old Norse + Anglo-Saxon Norman Conquest & Middle English (1066AD-1500AD) • 1066 William the Conqueror and the Norman army invaded Britain. • Normans were lawyers, government officials and traders. • The Normans spoke Norman French. • Anglo-Saxons were dominated by the Normans. • French became the official language of England for 300 years. • Latin still used in church and schools. • The Anglo-Saxon was still spoken by the Anglo-Saxons. • Middle English = Norman French + Old English. • New words from Norman French are master and supper. • Geoffrey Chaucer used English to write books "The Canterbury Tales". The Renaissance • Renaissance means re-birth. • New words from Latin & Greek. Words = education, experiment, investigate. • 10,000 new words. • Shakespeare was one of the heaviest contributors to this. Words = Longhaired, hot blooded, obscene. • Standardization • 1467 Caxton introduced the first printing press and...
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'The law of contract must strike a balance between two competing aims' . Many of the rules governing contract are to ensure fairness and there are a number of distinct, though sometimes overlapping, doctrines concerning this area of English law. The question of fairness may be made in relation to the way in which the contract is made (procedural unfairness) or in the terms resulting from the contract (substantive unfairness). In English law the judicial approach to contracts, which are unfair or discriminatory, has expanded significantly over time. It was restricted in the nineteenth century by the assumption through the freedom of economic decision, parties are enabled to choose the terms on which they enter contracts, based on what they consider advantageous to their interests. Limiting this freedom to relieve inequality was seen as a legislative task for Parliament. There are now principles in place within English law to address the problem of unfair contracts. Factors that can impact the validity and enforceability of a contract involve the improper conduct of one party, the vulnerability of the other, or a combination of these. Three areas that involve these factors are duress, undue influence, and unconscionable conduct. These types of conduct are related and are grounded on the general principle of 'inequality in bargaining' and if a contract is found to involve one of these the contract can be made' void' . In order for this to happen it has to be shown that the contract was unfair in the way it was made and/or there is contractual imbalance (concerning the actual substance of the contract and the fairness of its terms). The burden of justifying the righteousness of a bargain is on the party claiming benefit of it As the acceptance and agreement of an offer is one of the main elements needed...
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The Faerie Queen In The Faerie Queene, Spenser creates an allegory: The characters of his far-off, fanciful "Faerie Land" are meant to have a symbolic meaning in the real world. In Books I and III, the poet follows the journeys of two knights, Redcrosse and Britomart, and in doing so he examines the two virtues he considers most important to Christian life--Holiness and Chastity. Redcrosse, the knight of Holiness, is much like the Apostle Peter: In his eagerness to serve his Lord, he gets himself into unforeseen trouble that he is not yet virtuous enough to handle. His quest is to be united with Una, who signifies Truth--Holiness cannot be attained without knowledge of Christian truth. In his immature state, he mistakes falsehood for truth by following the deceitful witch Duessa. He pays for this mistake with suffering, but in the end, this suffering makes way for his recovery in the House of Holiness, aided by Faith, Hope, and Charity. With newfound strength and the grace of God, he is able to conquer the dragon that represents all the evil in the world. In a different manner, Britomart also progresses in her virtue of chastity. She already has the strength to resist lust, but she is not ready to accept love, the love she feels when she sees a vision of her future husband in a magic mirror. She learns to incorporate chaste resistance with active love, which is what Spenser sees as true Christian love: moderation. Whereas Redcrosse made his own mistakes (to show to us the consequences of an unholy life), it is not Britomart but the other characters in Book III who show the destructive power of an unchaste life. Spenser says in his Preface to the poem that his goal is to show how a virtuous man should...
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Johnson was part of the "Youth Quake" of the 1960s and the New York scene of Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground. She began her foray into retail selling by the end of the decade. In 1972 Johnson won the coveted Coty Award along with fellow designer Halston. By 1978 she and a partner had started the Betsey Johnson label. Today there are more than 29 Betsey Johnson stores around the world. In recent years Johnson also launched a successful luxury collection of clothing Featured Fashion Designers: Betsey Johnson Betsey Johnson was born in Connecticut in 1942 and spent her childhood years in dance classes with dreams of becoming a professional dancer. This love of costumes and theatrics at an early age has contributed an enormous influence to the style and colors Betsey is drawn to and uses in her clothing lines. In 1964 Betsey won Mademoiselle magazine's "Guest Editor Contest" and was introduced into the world of fashion. Only one year later she became the top designer at the popular clothing boutique Paraphernalia. During the 1960's Betsey was part of the Warhol scene, an influence that is also reflected in her dramatic and innovative clothing line. In 1969 Betsey opened her first boutique, named 'Betsey Bunki Nini' to great success, and as a result was offered a job working for Alvin Dunskin in San Francisco. In the 1970's Betsey had creative control over the Alley Cat label and in 1972 she was awarded the prestigious Coty award and became the youngest designer ever to receive the honor. In 1978 Betsey started her signature Betsey Johnson label with the first store in Soho. It was such an enormous and immediate success that there are now more than 41 stores worldwide across Europe and Asia. Today Betsey is well known among celebrities and the public for...
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Essay 2 : Comment on and discuss this declaration made by Tony BLAIR during a recent summit in Johannesburg : " The key characteristic of today's world is its inter-dependence. Your problem becomes my problem. (...) We know the problems. We know the solutions. Let us together find the political will to deliver them." The Economist, Sept 6, 2001 _______________________________ Nowadays, each country is more and more concerned about other countries' problems because they are aware of the consequences that may occur in the future. This "your problem becomes my problem" theory is called inter-dependence. We are going to see what are the problems and what solutions must be taken. Most problems come from develloping countries and are usually the same: famine, disease and/or conflict. These problems have increased during the past decades maybe because of the high development of the developped countries. Although the developed countries often discuss about all the problems, a significant solution has not been found yet. But these are not the only problems worrying the world. The most recent one is the one about environmental issues like the hole in the atmosphere, the rise in temperature, pollution... We know that if climate change is not stopped, all parts of the world will suffer. Therefore, everybody must feel concerned about the problem and must help to reduce all this by saving energy, not polluting... The solution of all these problems is the sustainable development: "positive change which does not undermine the environment or social systems on which we depend." It requires a coordinated approach to planning and policy making that involves public participation. Its success depends upon widespread understanding of the critical relationship between people and their environment and the will to make to necessary changes. So that means that it is necessary to have a common goal for every countries in the...
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COMPONENTS OF A RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT ABSTRACT Succinct summary Use keywords INTRODUCTION: what this is all about Background to the issue Rationale for this project, ie. Why do it? How the issue / question relates to existing theory and practice Broad parameters of the research project, eg. location, research approach & methods (refer to the notes handed out on Research Methods earlier in the semester) LITERATURE REVIEW: What is already known What body of research, literature and practice is relevant to this issue / question? How does each aspect of the issue / question relate to existing literature and practice? RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: How I have researched the issue? How was the research approached? eg. quantitative vs. qualitative Why? Explanation and justification for this approach What were the methods used? eg. interviews, survey, statistical analysis. Why? Explanation and justification of methods What are the limitations to this research in terms of the approach and methods? What were the various stages or phases of the research? What happened at each stage? Did any problems arise? Did they limit the findings? (this point may not relate to all topics – but keep it in mind for future research assignments) FINDINGS: What I found What was found about the issue / question from each stage of the research? Analyse fully and systematically Set out logically and comprehensively DISCUSSION: What it means What does each aspect of the findings mean? How can the findings be understood? How do they relate to other research / writings and to practice? CONCLUSION: What conclusions I draw What conclusions can be reached in relation to the issue / question? How does this fit with existing knowledge? What do the findings contribute to existing knowledge and theory? What are the implications for practice in the field? What are some suggestions for further research? REFERENCES: in the format prescribed by RMIT...
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Purpose: In 1994, the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Director of Defense Information, issued the Framework for Managing Process Improvement, A Guide to Enterprise Integration, providing Department of Defense functional managers with the processes and procedures that should be applied when conducting process improvement projects throughout the DoD. Since that time there have been various publications, policies and instructional material developed. This handbook is a further development of the methodology, procedures, and principles. Scope: Activity accounting is a fully inclusive management information concept which includes the total spectrum of accounting controls, reports and analysis. It is oriented on the activity structure of an organization rather than on the formal departmental or organizational format. The process provides quantitative activity-based cost information to: ï assess continuing operations and project future impacts for a mature activity- based organization. ï evaluate selected process flows, relative cost of various activities, and potential effects of modifications. ï analyze alternative process flows with comparative economic evaluation. Experience has shown that an evaluation using purely qualitative judgement of possible alternatives and change opportunities is woefully inadequate to demonstrate the full potential of meaningful improvements, particularly in an environment where dollars and work hours are a major determinant of performance and efficiency. It is the quantitative characteristics of activity-based costing that make it a key component of the analysis and evaluation process and improve the quality of the final decisions. This means that it cannot be ignored even if it is performed in a perfunctory manner. The major difficulty in using activity-based costing has been the variance of the practices, methods, definitions, procedures, and standards applied under it. This guidebook is specifically designed to resolve this void and to provide guidance to those embarking on a redesign effort. Chapter 1: Introduction to Activity-Based Costing What is ABC? ABC is an essential part of the functional process improvement and reengineering effort. It captures quantified cost and time data and translates this into decision information. ABC measures process and activity performance, determines the...
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