Gun Control Essays and Term Papers
LanguageTeaching Cultural Identity through Modern Language: Discourse as a Marker of an Individual’s Cultural Identity
Pavel V. Sysoyev
Associate Professor of American Studies and Applied Linguistics
Tambov State University
Lyn R. Donelson
Visiting Lecturer of English as ...
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The city of FairfieldThe city of Fairfield once stood proud as a beacon of good and hope. It was a symbol of human possibilities – a testament to human architecture and achievement. Yet not even the grand metropolis of Fairfield could withstand the infection. The chaos had destroyed the previously glamorous city and ...
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Literature review on Worster and AndrewsAaron Hummel
2nd Lit Review
Worster and Andrews
This review will be covering two books that can be considered incredibly important when discussing modern environmental history. Killing for Coal by Thomas G. Andrews is a history of Colorado’s coal mines and focuses ...
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Road KillThere is a common theme between the poems “Traveling Through the Dark”, by William Stafford, and “Thoughts on Capital Punishment”, by Rod McKuen; they both poetically discuss the unfortunate road killings of animals. Whose poem provides enough sentimentality for the reader of the subject on ...
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Ending Nuclear Proliferation“The spread of nuclear weapons …could lead to the exterminations of any city on the planet… America as the only country to have used nuclear weapons has a moral responsibility to act” This was said by President Obama. The fact that our President has to come out and stop what was supposed to be a ...
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How Much Wood, Could a Woodchuck Chuck, if a Woodchuck was a Tiger?Steven Sikes
English Comp 2
21 March 2012
How Much Wood, Could a Woodchuck Chuck, if a Woodchuck was a Tiger?
Tigers are proud and dominant, while woodchucks are small and meager, more bothersome then beautiful to look at. Although both could be considered pests to some, ...
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Violence and Video GamesViolence and Video Games: Are Games Safe for Our Kids?
April 8, 2012
Kassi sits, crouched down behind an abandoned shipping container. Seconds later the ground opens up and wave after wave of mutant beasts chase towards her. She checks to make sure ...
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An Open Letter to AdvancedUAVAn Open Letter to AdvancedUAV
When I was 16, I made my first Youtube video in Windows Movie Maker. It was a Charlie Chaplin silent film, but I had cut out the text panels and replaced them with leetspeak I had written. It was stupid and poorly done, but it was mine, and what made it special ...
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D Day* Word Origin and Definition
The term D-Day called in English the date of military operations. A similar German word is Tag X or a French jour J. In many languages, the term is now specifically for the 6[th] June 1944 as the beginning of the Allied landings in Normandy in World War II.
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Ethics in Domestic SurveillanceEthics in Domestic Surveillance
SOC 120 Introduction Ethics and Social Responsibility
Instructor: Dr. David Jung
March 31, 2014
If there is an issue that needs more attention it is the practice of governmental domestic surveillance. This would be the practice of the ...
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Batman and SupermanChris Young
Dr. Allen Berry
18 February 2015
Batman and Superman
For over 75 years now, Batman and Superman have reigned supreme as the two most popular superheroes. Arguably, they are the two most popular superheroes of all-time. They are both characters of DC comics, and have ...
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Human Trafficking A Global EpidemicHuman Trafficking a Global Epidemic
The Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1963 by Abraham Lincoln. Many enslaved Americans were thought to be freed. slavery still exist today all over the world. This form of modern day slavery is called human trafficking. The United Nations defines human ...
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The AssassinThe night air was chilly against the man's dark face as he waited patiently outside the massive gates leading to the mansion. His heavy, black, unkempt beard and long, curly, black uncombed hair could not even keep him warm tonight, as he shifted his large frame from foot to foot in an effort to ...
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