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  • Demographic Limitations

    There are several limitations of this study that are worth noting. First of all, self-reported survey data was the only source for analysis, which made it hard for the researcher to detect any misconstrued responses or the honesty of the respondents. Since the survey-based, non-experimental quantitative study is considered a “narrow-angel lens” approach (Johnson & Christensen, 2012, p. 35), the findings generated in this study may fail to offer details of cause and effect behaviors. Secondly, qualitative data, such as observations, interviews and/or journal logs should be considered in future research so that points of reference pertinent to this topic can be evaluated and interpreted with greater accuracy. Thirdly, although correlations between investigated variables were found in this study, the results did not explain the causal relationships. Lastly, the participating subjects in this study were exclusively from one country of origin, Mainland China, and were recruited based on accessibility from one single university. Thus, the result generated from this study may not be representative of the entire population, and should be interpreted with caution in regards to its generalizability to English language learners from other Chinese speaking countries (i.e., Hong Kong, and Taiwan), as well as to other ethnic groups of English language learners. Future research may replicate this study using Chinese English language learners from varied regions as well as different…

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  • 2016 Presidential Debate Of Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton

    The most important debate in recent history was The first 2016 presidential debate between Donald Trump and HIllary Clinton, was by far the biggest in US history. Over 84 million people tuned in to see what the next potential president had to say about problems that affect Americans today. Both candidates consistently tried to convince us to vote for them by using analytical devices such as ethos, repetition, jargon, and framing. Analytical devices are used to help us understand and connect with…

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  • Arguments Against Donald Trump

    Donald Trump is an egotistical maniac that must not be president. Trump is a man so unqualified to be president that I think even a five-year-old can do a better job than he can. America has stooped so low into electing this crazy orange man that I don’t even think I can see rock bottom anymore. Trump is a sexist, racist, self-centered, egotistical baby who is only looking out for himself and throws little tantrums on Twitter whenever someone offends him. This doesn’t even scratch the surface of…

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  • The Antichrist-Trump Profile Match

    Antichrist-Trump Profile Matches 1.) The Antichrist is extremely prideful, so is Trump 2.) The Antichrist is extremely boastful. So is Trump 3.) The Antichrist is full of deceit and lies. So is Trump. 4.) The Antichrist is full of flattery. So is Trump. 5.) The Antichrist is a schemer, plotter, secret deal maker. So is Trump. 6.) The Antichrist is slanderous. So is Trump. (Psalm 50:20) 7.) The Antichrist is hateful. So is Trump. 8.) The Antichrist puts on a false show of religion. So does…

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  • Analysis: The First Presidential Debate

    First of all, if this paper was not assigned, I would still have watched the debate. Fortunately, this assignment added a little incentive to watching. For the last eight years, I have watched almost every debate, both the Primary and Presidential ones. However, for many Americans, this first Presidential Debate would be the first time they would watch and listen to these two candidates discuss the various current issues facing our country and their future plans to help solve or best mitigate…

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  • Donald Trump Plan Analysis

    Question 1.) “What is the main purpose or key question of the article?” “The Trump Plan” is an article written by the editors at the National Review. The article evaluates Donald Trump’s views on immigration. While the writers are relaying his views to the reader in a seemingly civil way, they do take subtle shots at Donald Trump. Someone who they referred to within the text as “The Donald” (THE EDITORS 2015, p. 14). The Purpose of this article is to inform the reader of the infamous…

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  • Make America Hate Again Essay

    Making America Hate Again To be able to vote is undoubtedly one of the greatest aspects about the United States of America. The ability to chose our leaders and practice a democracy is something citizens of other countries only dream of having. Because of this freedom, Americans should always vote during the elections, especially this year’s Presidential election. This election is an especially unique one; the Republican candidate is a businessman with no political experience, while the…

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  • Donald Trump Visual Analysis

    The mythical Donald Trump is a knotty character, he trades on several mythologies involving success, power, a man of “action”, authenticity (tells it as it is as “he’s one of us”) and the American greatness and destiny. Analysis on media texts is necessary for the audience to gain a better understanding of the power media texts produce meanings. We need textual analysis to identify how different elements of media texts form together to produce meaning and also how ‘common sense’ meanings are…

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  • Never Trump Persuasive Essay

    I remember when Donald Trump first announced his political run for office. He built his campaign on the slogan: We’re going to Make America Great Again, “reinforced” by his bold claim of “building a wall”. When Trump got down into the weeds with Megyn Kelly during the first Fox News Republican debate, I sensed Donald Trump was a proud and arrogant man. I went on my own campaign against him; making phone calls, writing emails, calling news agencies and talk shows, posting madly to Facebook —…

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  • Our Children Are Watching Rhetorical Analysis Essay

    “Our Children are Watching…” The upcoming presidential election is an election unlike any other. The first candidate without any military or governmental experience, Donald J. Trump, is the Republican nominee. While the Democratic nominee is the first woman ever nominated— Hillary R. Clinton. Despite the lack of ads in this election compared to previous years, the rhetorical strategies still focus on discrediting the other opponent. Hillary Clinton’s advertisements are no exception. Hillary…

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