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    the archaeological record to provide the answers regarding the past. He highly relies on the archaeological record (ceramic styles, design) to determine information on identity, politics and interrelationships between the St. Lawrence Iroquoians and Huron-Wendat people. Opinions in Place of Conclusions: These are unsupported assertions which Gibbon (2014) suggests are opinions. Therefore, the following are opinions asserted in place of conclusions: ¬ Ramsden (2016:6) suggests that his interpretations of the group of 7 houses outside the Kirche site that were never enclosed represents a group of people that moved from outside the area looking to join the Kirche village. o This is Ramsden’s conclusion regarding the houses found outside the Kirche community, there is no evidence for this rather it is Ramden’s opinion about the houses located outside the community indicate. ¬ At the Benson site the use of the barred neck motif is part of the process of blending the St. Lawrence Iroquoians and Huron-Wendat styles (Ramsden 2016:12). o Ramsden (2016)…

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    Ways Of Knowing Analysis

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    “To what extent do the concepts that we use shape the conclusion that we reach?” When you think about it, to a certain extent we actually utilize the concepts that we acquired overtime to shape the conclusions reached. We as people for the part may use concepts that we know, take pieces from it and use what we know ourselves to come up with this conclusion. To be able to achieve the goal of actually giving a direct answer to this question, reasoning and memory would be used as ways of knowing…

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    Imagine having to give a presentation in class on a topic that is completely new to you. Your research consists only of typing the topic into Google and copying down the definition that pops up, and that is it. When you go to give your presentation, you put up a slide with only that definition on it. How well do you think that presentation will go? Probably not real great because the context is missing. When one’s only focus is on the conclusion, or the answer, the process of learning, and…

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    Family Addiction Analysis

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    The Effects an Addiction Has It was right around my fifteenth birthday when I finally decided that I had enough. The effects that an addiction has on a family is a lot, it just tears a person down. You can try and understand what is going through someone's mind when they decide to make all of these wrong choices but you just get confused and irritated. Just before thanksgiving of 2014 I had came to the conclusion that was tired of dealing with my mother's addiction. I had lived with it for…

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    contrary, I have found working hard to beat these awry events very self-satisfying. Therefore, I’m glad these dilemmas have been present in my life because they have made me a stronger, wiser individual. Personal Goals Life has been a drag, for better and for worse; although, I wouldn’t change anything among the current ride I am on. Additionally, I have created a list of personal goals for myself. My first personal goal is to attempt to end my athletic career playing out in Des Moines this…

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    each quote? Suggestions? Basically, but I do think they really need more quotes. All of paragraphs are really well concrete with the topic setences, though they needs to add some concluding sentences. Also, please add more quotes. Does the writer explain why he or she chose this particular quote? Does the explanation connect back to the thesis? Does it all connect back to the idea of the argument being effective and convincing or not? Please provide specific feedback about the paragraph…

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    hard place. The voices (A.K.A. greed) in his head keep telling him to get more money this is a burden on Paul to satisfy his surroundings. Finally, I can decide on the ultimatum of Whether or not Paul should have been the victim of the family’s curse. ultimately I have come to the conclusion that even though Paul was swallowed by the darkness of others influence, and greedy ways. There were an array of decisions Paul could have made, but because he still had an immature mind, he was blind to…

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    knowledge 100 %. For instance, atheism is the disbelief or denial of God. An atheist is shown through science, such as the big bang theory, that the world was not created by God. This is testimony because the individual did not actually experience the big bang theory, they still take it as knowledge. But in fact, this is may not be the truth. Sure science leans towards this answer, but it will never be known. This knowledge shapes one’s conclusion to believing there is no God when it may, in…

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    As learned in class, reasons are an essential component when structuring an argument. Reasons give the audience rationales for why we should agree or believe the conclusion being presented by the author is true (Browne & Keeley, 2015). In this essay, the authors give many explanations to support their conclusion for the issue. For example, they explain how social psychologists have proven that task-oriented stress, short-term stress related to assignments, can result in productive outcomes…

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    Although Locke’s “The Second Treatise of Civil Government” is, as the name implies, a “treatise”, it is imperative to remember that he is writing within a historical context (Laslett) which guides his discussion towards his desired conclusion. Therefore, when studying his discussion of property, we cannot assume his goal is pure dialectics; instead, we must review what is seen as the goal of his essay and see if he correctly connects it to his premises. Following this pattern, I want to explore…

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