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  • Effects Of Immigrants In The 1950s And 1960s

    The sources do not support the statement according to which immigrants were treated well during the 1950s and 1960s. Most of the sources indicate that the immigrants were badly treated. Source A for example shows that in areas of employment, immigrants were not treated equally to the White Britons. The number of White Britons offered a job is 15, whereas for the Hungarians it is 10, and for Black Britons it is 1. Black Britons were statistically the most discriminated against, which was most…

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  • The New Extractivism Analysis

    the most important quality for any author or researcher is the ability to use sources well. Whether you are composing an economic survey, a scientific study, or even a personal account, being able to coherently and clearly represent outside sources in your work is crucial. The difficulty, however, lies not in acknowledging this fact, but in actually learning to effectively integrate texts into your writing. Using a source cannot be limited to stamping out another author’s exact viewpoints and…

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  • Pursuing A Career As A Database Administrator

    systems management, eventually becoming chief information officer (CIO)” (McCoy 3). From all the sources I have came across this stuck out the most because no other source stated these facts. This source was has the best information out of all my sources. While I have been doing my degree in database I never knew what my title would be and assumed I would be a database administrator. Thankfully I found this source and it states you have to work your way up. I will not be going down the…

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  • Reflective Essay On Learning Through Writing

    Learning through Writing As my first year of college comes to an end I can see how much I have improved throughout the year, especially in my writing. Throughout this year I have seen how my writing go from struggling on the start of it, to being able to start off quickly using different methods to finish a full, well written paper. I can see the difference this first year has made with all the techniques I’ve learned. These new techniques I have learned throughout 5A and 5B have become really…

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  • Essay On Reliable Sources

    need reliable sources to support our main idea. And also we need the website that has real information. When I do my research paper, I personally like to go Grossmont online library databases to find my sources because I feel more trustful and it seems to be a reliable source. However, Google is the most popular website that people use to find any information. A bunch of results show up after searching. And this is how we check a website if it comes from a reliable and appropriate source. First,…

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  • My Reflective Essay In Higher Education

    to analyze a potential source, learned different…

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  • Credible Sources In Research

    What are credible sources? Credible sources are those you can trust. Those from which we can trust that the ideas and information provided come from the author. When doing a research paper we have to make sure that the information provided by the author is backed up with evidence. When writing a paper you should always use credible sources even if it takes longer, because if you don't your paper would be providing false information. In the other hand, you should always include citations and…

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  • Difference Between Civil Rights And Land Rights In Australia Between 1960-1980

    What is the difference between Civil Rights and Land Rights in Australia between 1960 and 1980? 1. What argument does the source make? (if you are having trouble with this question, try breaking it down into two separate questions: What is the source about, and what does it say about its subject?) A. Source A, explores post the 1967 Referendum, in terms of addressing the misconceptions and generalisations that have been produced by scholars, the media and journalists, of whom have…

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  • World Cup Brazil Analysis

    Document 1. Another strength in Document 2 is its author’s use of reliable sources. The author of Document 2 cites sources such as the Geneva Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions. The author uses data backed up by reliable sources. The data taken about the displaced families is very accurate because it came from a government census. In contrast, Document 1 does not cite any sources at all. Document 1’s lack of sources weakens the argument making Document 2’s argument much stronger. The…

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  • Evacuation Affected People's Life During World War II

    and caused circa 45,000 deaths due to the bombings and destruction. This additionally led to thousands of people left homeless and two million homes were destroyed, but the majority in London. This essay will analyse and evaluate a wide range of sources using my own historical knowledge showing how peoples' lives were affected in World War Two. Evacuation affected millions of British civilians and started on 1st September civilians and didn’t officially end until 1st march 1946. This was…

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