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  • A Narrative Essay On Joining A Class

    In my senior year I made many decisions, some I instantly regretted, others I’ve come around to. But I also made choice that I could never regret or wished I could turn back on. In my senior year I signed up for AP Art Studio. I first learned about the class from an art teacher, I had taken a few classes to fill my schedule and art had always been a hobby I enjoyed. I talked about the class with a friend I had known since freshman year, she had taken the class in her junior year and insisted that I sign up for it. I admit, I had a bit of a crush on her so she didn’t have to twist my arm to make me want to join the class. On the first day I was simultaneously in love and terrified. I had never been in a class so small, there was six other students, and I knew all of them. Our teacher laid out his expectations on the first day. We had to complete three “sections”. Twelve pieces for a breadth, a wide show of skill, using an array of subjects and mediums. Twelve pieces for a concentration, an in-depth exploration of a particular theme, and the quality, a group of five pieces which can overlap with the concentration and breadth (the breadth and concentration cannot overlap). Our teacher specified that we should be spending around ten hours a week outside of the class working on projects. Within the first week my image of a harsh class with cruel judgements of each other’s work had been wiped away. Our teacher was a relatively famous local watercolor artist, was in the middle of…

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  • The Scientific Revolution And Period Of Exploration

    the Middle Ages. The Scientific Revolution was a change in the ways of the knowledge of science and the Period of Exploration was a time period of adventure and finding new regions. During the Renaissance, there were a lot of significant changes resulting from this time period such as the arts, communication, and knowledge. Of the three things that have changed from the Renaissance, the most significant change resulting from this era is the knowledge and discoveries of the Scientific Revolution.…

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  • Examples Of Data Collection In Marketing Research

    produce rich story portrayals and build contextual analyses. Inductive examination crosswise over cases yields examples and topics, the product of subjective research. In this sense, subjective research varies somewhat from logical research as a rule. There are two principle strategies for gathering Qualitative information: 1. Coordinate Collection Method: When the information is gathered straightforwardly, it makes utilization of camouflaged strategy. Motivation behind information gathering…

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  • Mainstream And Mainstream Social Psychology

    The methods used from a mainstream position are quantitative, whilst the ones used from a critical position are qualitative. The most common method used in mainstream social psychology is the Scientific method. They claim that this method is the only valid to obtain knowledge, which totally objective and unaffected by bias, culture, etc. The scientific method provides facts, cause and effect relationships and reduces everything into numbers. Because what is more objective than numbers? From…

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  • Case Study Of Cyber Security

    global catastrophe from taking place. I selected a qualitative research method for this study. Researchers utilize a qualitative research method to explore a problem, a case as well as a group through the use of interviews and observations of participants (Park & Park, 2016). The qualitative method is appropriate for this study because of the utilization of a case study design using interviews conducted on willing participants (Yin, 2014). According to Yin (2014), the quantitative method is…

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  • Knowledge Vs Knowledge

    I do not completely agree with this statement, as it can be justified in some areas of knowledge such as science and history but not apply to others such as Art as there is a different way knowledge is produced in each area of knowledge. Is knowledge be produced, or is it rather acquired? Knowledge in each area of knowledge is acquired or created differently. In science knowledge is made by experimenting and observations to prove a knowledge claim. Knowledge can only be created after many…

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  • Descriptive Methods In Psychology

    First, the experimental method, which involves manipulation and control to examine a cause and effect relationships . Experimental methods help us make discoveries on the “why” of behavior. Conversely, descriptive methods take place in a more natural setting. Descriptive methods help researchers depict a person or group through direct observation. Sylwester and Purver (2015) used the descriptive method to collect data. Their methods would not apply to experimental methods because it did not…

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  • Advantages And Characteristics Of Suitability To Abdul's Needs

    Method of Research Features Advantages Disadvantages Suitability to Abdul’s needs Postal Survey The most common way of collecting data. It involves sending questionnaires to consumers in the post. The questions can be designed to make sure that Abdul’s research is as relevant as possible, allowing him to collect the correct data for his target market. He would also be able to produce many surveys at a low cost, so he can gain a wide variety of responses. The surveys could…

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  • Essay On The Golden Age Of Islam

    Despite the association of Islam with terrorism in American media, Islam has been beneficial through major advancements in the field of astronomy during and just after the Golden Age of Islam. This is shown through Al-Battani’s discovery of Earth’s planetary characteristics, Ibn Al-Haytham’s calculation of the thickness of the Earth’s atmosphere through optical measurement, and Ibn Al-Haytham and Nasir al-Din al-Tusi’s massive revisions to the Ptolemaic model of the universe. The Golden Age of…

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  • What Is Descartes's Method Of Reasoning And Questioning Knowledge?

    Descartes uses a structural method of dissecting and questioning knowledge to establish truth amongst provided information. The introspection into his method begins in part one, when he sets the mental foundation for the proper understanding of real world elements and emphasizes how unreliable reasoning and perspective can be. In part two Descartes, uses personal experiences to demonstrate real world applications of his own method. Lastly, Descartes remains true to his method of reasoning ,…

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