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    I’ll never be your beast of bur- I groan as I roll over to turn off the alarm. I squint at my bright phone screen screaming at me to wake up. Half asleep, I make out the clock to read 6:00 AM and collapse back onto my bed. I’ll never be yo- Cursing mornings, I abandon my sanctuary and trudge towards my bedroom door. As my bloodshot eyes emerge from the comfort of the dreams and darkness, everything comes into focus. Squinting my eyes at the harsh, bright, lights of the bathroom, I think about…

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    Nature and Nurture The complex topic of nature versus nurture is deciding whether a person’s development is predisposed in their DNA or if one’s actions are influenced by their environment and life experiences. Trying to decide between these two proves nearly impossible because each side has good points. An example of this was the murder of Eric Morse which is the epitome of the difficulty that comes with nature versus nurture. On October 13, 1994 ten year old Jesse Rankins and eleven years old…

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    Social Stereotypes

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    Nowadays people consume too many hours on the social media every single day. Especially, When it comes to looking at magazines or books , searching on the internet and checking information , scandals and news. According to Pearlin, 1959 people use the media as a way to escape their daily lives, whereas Postman, 1985 sees the media as a source of endless entertainment . Social networks have turned out to be a huge source of attraction to big population from around the world of different ages,…

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    In modern society, technology plays an important role in people’s lives. People are used to using social media to communicate with each other, in order to express their ideas in more convenient way. The use of verbal and written language seems to be less and less, especially for many teenagers, their excessive use of social media leads the degradation of their verbal and written language ability and they even don't want to talk with their parents when they stay at home. In 2009,UNESCO statistics…

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    are forgetting how to use the simple things like commas and capital letters when writing because of the fact that these grammatical necessities are not typically used when texting. In texting emotions are not conveyed through words, but through emoticons. The problem with this is that “… some teachers worry, they may lose ability to do so in writing” (souce). Although these complains are logical, there teachers failed to research different variables. The automatically assumed that the students…

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    Grading System Flaws

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    The first year of university is a struggle for many students because their perception of university is not always the reality. High school classrooms were small with engaging conversations, lots of free time in and outside of classroom, less homework given by the teachers. Expectations being that of high school where if you do really well there, then your guaranteed success in university. High rates of students who got good grades in high school are experiencing a drastic average drop in their…

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    In Michaela Cullington’s “Does Texting Affect Writing?” Cullington discusses the views individuals have on texting and how it impacts student’s writing. The growing popularity of texting has caused external and internal dissonance amongst several groups with different perspectives on how it affects writing. Some defend that it has some positive effects on writing in general. Others argue that it has a negative impact, specifically on formal writing. However, it appears that if texting does have…

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    Email has been a large form of communication over the past couples of decades. It takes less time than writing with a pencil and paper letter and can go with you just about anywhere. This type of online communication can be used formally to address business or casually to keep in touch with family members. Email stands for electronic mail which means messages transmitted through the internet. This allows you to communicate with virtually anyone in the world almost instantly. Email is one of the…

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    Redhead Research Paper

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    captured this definition when he said, “Redheads are too numerous to be ignored, too rare to be accepted.” When was the last time a redheaded American Girl doll was available, a redheaded magazine model made the front page, or most recently, a redheaded emoticon could be found in an Apple product’s options? It is as if redheads are non-existent. We are far and in-between in cartoon movies and television shows. When this topic is brought to discussion, others always fight back with the fact that…

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    In today’s society, technology is important in many parts of life. People can now do almost anything from their computer, tablet or cell phone. The biggest use for these technology devices is communication. Texting, social networking and emailing allow people to have an additional form of communication other than the traditional face-to-face setting (FtF). Computer mediated communication (CMC) has created a new form of communication that allows people from all over the world to talk and form a…

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