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  • Why Do Students Gain A Post-Secondary Education?

    Today there are many ways for a student to earn a post-secondary education. The traditional option for attending in person classes at university or college is still present, but there many students are choosing to earn their degrees through a completely online or hybrid program, which is mostly online but does include some in person courses. No matter which style of earning an education students chose, the main goal associated with achieving a degree remains the same. That goal is for students…

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  • The Importance Of Rewriting History

    backed by an extensive and rich history, spanning from the time of colonization to modern day. However, the history of the United States is not one that is filled with joyous and pleasant occasion. It is marked by streaks of mistreatment and exploitation, including slavery, racism, and the displacement of the Natives who lived upon the lands. Nonetheless, it is important to preserve these exploits as a part of the United State 's history. The question of "rewriting history to reflect modern…

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  • The Future In E. L. Doctorow's The Waterworks

    Unlike his previous novels, E.L. Doctorow’s The Waterworks reads as a mystery or detective novel. The novel takes place in New York during the 1870s, during the last years of Boss Tweed’s shady rule over the city, but the narration is set decades later. The story is told through the reminiscences of an aging newspaper man McIlvaine. As one reads, the narrator is describing the past, which at the time seemed to him like the very edge of the future. MacIlvaine states: “You may think you are living…

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  • Hendricks The Politics Of Jesus Summary

    Hendricks, Obery. The Politics of Jesus: Rediscovering the True Revolutionary Nature of Jesus ' Teachings and How They Have Been Corrupted. New York: Doubleday, 2006. Print. The book brings information about the political views of Jesus, if these political views shaped the revolutionary teaching of Jesus, and how so. Hendricks determines whether or not the teachings of Jesus were conservative and liberal in nature, and he puts them up against the political values of American society. He also…

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  • Wassily Kandinsky Analysis

    Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. This painting would be 6 feet 10 inches tall by 10 feet 1 inches wide, but would only be painted with small dots. The painting was so complex that it took him two years of nonstop work to finish it.("Art History and Artists." Biography: Georges Seurat Art for Kids) In 1886, Seurat finally exhibited the painting and people were amazed. Some thought this new way of painting was the future of art, while others criticized it. Seurat continued to paint…

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  • Science And Religion Essay

    One of the persistent fields of study in history is the examination of the relationship between religion and science-- a subject that has been the topic of inquiry since the beginnings of science as natural philosophy to science as it exists now. One model that has come to predominate the modern understanding of how the two interact is the conflict thesis, or that there is a fundamental incompatibility between science and religion, and that warfare between the two is inevitable. Through the lens…

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  • Behavior And Course Outcomes Of Online Learning

    In this day and age, the development of online learning has created an accessible way for adults to participate in college classes and earn a degree. As a stay at home mom of five adding classes to an already busy schedule presented a problem. Wanting to excel and complete a degree the idea of online learning presented a good fit but could I be successful? Fortunately, a study completed by Erman Yujsekturk and Ercan Top for the British Journal of Educational Technology titled; “Exploring the…

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  • Education In America Essay

    Education has been an important aspect of American politics since its inception. The debate on education continues to be a hot issue with all the economic, social, and political issues attached. As many believe, education allows an individual to become a better citizen and become more caring for other individuals. Many groups fight for their version of what they believe to be important. Education has continued to develop to allow for greater diversity. With this greater variety in education,…

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  • Technology And Depression

    the computer - says little about his intelligence, but speaks volumes about his laziness.” This quote was said by Mark Kennedy an American writer. As this may be a funny quote it is also true. Technology has been growing rapidly over the course of history. We lived in a world where writing letters were the normal thing to do. However, things have changed and people are not the way they use to be. We have become anti-social and a shy society. It has come to a point where people have no self…

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  • Adaptation Of Literacy Analysis

    Literacy definitely played a significant role in the modernization and civilization of the old world. In the beginning, people only used writing as an aid to the memory, but as time passed, it became more than a necessity. In the early twentieth century, to be illiterate, meant not to be civilized because a person did not count with the morality or the social appropriateness of a society. As the century progressed, literacy became an important part of many aspects in society, and people were…

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