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    My second semester in and I was already asking myself if I was sure I was ready for this. Was I sure I could take a writing class and succeed? Why was I taking a writing class? Was it just because I had to take it, as a requirement? Yet, here I am with only a matter of days left, and I have survived! I’m not going to become a journalist, or write a novel. But the truth is, we all need to know how to effectively write. Whether it’s a resume for after graduation, or a letter of recommendation for…

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    Bubble Maps

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    graphic organizers to help develop writing skills in science” (Lott and Read, 46). This quote from the article really seems to sum up what the article was about because children have so many opportunities to use mapping to make their writing better, especially since there are so many different types of mapping. The purpose of this article is to inform teachers how to implement mapping in the classroom for students to learn how to organize and improve their writing skills. The article went in…

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    The guiding assumption of this paper is that expressing oneself through written or verbal modes of communication has a positive impact on the well being of a person. Expressions help people understand their experiences and in turn themselves in a better way. Studies have revealed that it is beneficial for people to have some understanding and awareness of their thoughts and feelings. For most people, the medium of expression is language – written or verbal. The process of constructing stories is…

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    Japanese Stereotypes

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    also changed the way Americans viewed and treated Japanese Americans. These resentments and mistreatments of Japanese immigrants, began long before the bombing of Pearl Harbor ever took place. These biases were even present here, in the state of Washington. After the attacks on Pearl Harbor, many viewed the Japanese- Americans as threats to the country and how they should be treated became a subject of debate in popular magazines at the time. Japanese, suppressed within the United States during…

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    the consistent suicide issue in the Japanese society was due to their misconceptions of stress. The key to depression is the overwhelming stress that one can face; therefore the misconceptions of stress could very well lead to the general unawareness of depression that the Japanese society possessed. In “ The Nature of Stress” , Selye explained how stress is not necessarily a reaction…

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    Dorothy Haener

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    Not everyone served their country by fighting the Axis Powers on the front line. Many did their part in their hometown and Dorothy Haener was one of them. She contributed to the war effort by working in a plant and inspecting B-24 parts. Even growing up, Dorothy was exposed to the expectation that women were to aspire to marriage and raise a family while their husbands worked. She also noticed that many men thought women were inferior to them and were even lower in their eyes if they were…

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    Hiromi Goto’s Chorus of Mushrooms is a novel based on three generations of Japanese Canadian women: Naoe, Keiko, and Muriel, who are experiencing an identity crisis. Naoe, an elder in the home, is an anguished woman who attempts to come to terms with her immigration to Canada, while Keiko, Naoe’s daughter, struggles to assimilate into the Canadian culture leaving her Japanese heritage behind. Muriel, (Naoe refers to her as Murasaki), is Keiko’s daughter who is born in Canada. Growing up,…

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    a safe haven for many Japanese immigrants searching for opportunities in the Pacific Northwest (Katagiri). Because Oregon was a common place for the Japanese to enter the United States, many of the immigrants chose to stay in Portland (Sakamoto). Portland’s Japantown was characterized by flourishing business, schools, and a strong sense of community. Furthermore, although Japantown was originally predominantly male community similar to Portland’s Chinatown, the Japanese started families,…

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    Sushi Bar Research Paper

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    Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar Located on 325 N Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar is rated 4.5 stars out of 5 by Facebook users. Being at its location, surrounded by water of Penns Landing, customers would say that the view is absolutely amazing. Although being an Asian restaurant, as you look through their menu Hibachi also has some foods of the American culture as well. This restaurant deserves its 4.5 stars, it meets up with all of…

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    Amul Milk Case Study

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    INTRODUCTION : Ghee is a class of clarified butter that originated in South Asia and is commonly used in South Asian (Indian, Bangladeshi, Nepali, Sri Lankan, and Pakistani) cuisine and ritual. Ghee is a type of clarified butter that is prepared by boiling butter and removing the residue. Spices can be added for flavor. Ghee has a long shelf-life and needs no refrigeration if kept in an airtight container to prevent oxidation. The texture, color and taste of ghee depends on the…

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