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  • What Is Writing In History By Mary Lynn Rampolla Summary

    Primary sources are sources that develop during an event during a specific time and place; for example, of written documents: letters, diaries, newspapers and magazines articles, speeches, and etc; non-written documents: art, films, recording, tools, house objects, and etc. Examining the primary sources gives insight into the thoughts, behaviors, and experience of the people of the past. Secondary sources are texts that were synthesize, interpreted and analyzed by scholars that weren’t there in the event or period; for example: books, articles, or documentary films. Secondary sources are useful because they give an insight on how other scholars have understood and interpret the primary sources; it also gives an insight on the debate that the scholars are having among themselves on a subject. Tertiary sources are summarizes and synthesize of secondary sources: encyclopedias, dictionaries, and textbooks; which it’s not acceptable to depend on, but they are useful for leading us to secondary…

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  • Reflective Essay: Why History Matters In The Medical Field

    important topic to think about because not many people are interested in history. Before taking this class I thought history was a boring subject that I would not need later in life. Through this class I have learned that it is important to know what you are talking about, to look at sources carefully, and that history can be important to me in my future career. Through this class I have learned that it is important to gain as much information as possible to a subject that you are arguing…

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  • Christian Lous Lange: Source Analysis

    Source 1 is a statement created by Christian Lous Lange and it speaks strongly on the ideological perspective of internationalism. The source is opposing another form of nationalism since it starts off by comparing internationalism with another term by stating “on the contrary”, and this implies that the author is against nationalism because he is not in favour of its “one- sided” (ness) and how it is controlled by showing only one opinion or point of view without the consideration of…

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  • Student Debt Crisis Speech Reflection

    the sources for his future speeches. It seemed that in his speech, there had not quotation on his PowerPoint. I think it could be better if he showed one or two sources on the screen. To inform the audience something interesting from the quotation or to show something that will get a surprise from them. At most of the time, the speaker did say something interesting, but without showing to the audience, they will automatically forget it. By showing the source on the screen, it will reminds the…

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  • Why Nice Guys Finish Last Analysis

    and writings may not always be true, it’s always difficult to find credible sources. In the three articles “Why Nice Guys Finish Last” by Julia Serano, “Visible Man: Ethics in a World without Secrets” by Peter Singer, and “The Weirdest People in the World” by Joseph Henrich, they all represent different ways of how a source can be credible. Many authors and writers strive to make their work and sources credible for the audience, which is why using personal experience, developing a strong tone,…

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  • Nutrition Case Study

    With the abundance of information available to the public, deciphering between the legitimate and false material is critical to developing a truthful perspective. This means that every source requires investigation- even for knowledgeable professionals. This is the case in every field; however, in regard to healthcare, not only is it essential for quality improvement to ask the correct questions and conduct the right studies, but it is imperative to appropriately interpret and analyze…

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  • How I Remember My Information Essay

    Furthermore, if I overcame these hurdles, I could possibly never have an argument with my sister because we would talk out our opinions with facts that support our stance like civilized individuals. This would allow me to be open minded and make realize that my opinion is not always correct. The six questions that I need to know for this semester are: 1. Identify what you are reading, listening to, seeing – is it “news”, opinion, objective biased? 2. Who is the source? 3. How reliable and…

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  • Summary: Determinants Of Human Trafficking

    The first source was created by Diego Hernandez and Alexandra Rudolph, that highlighted “What dives human trafficking in Europe,” (Hernandez & Rudolph, 2015). For this sources, the authors needed to be able to evaluate the flow of trafficking into European countries. The authors obtained their information by “collecting statistics from national institutions across Europe that produced TIP reports,” (Hernandez & Rudolph, 2015). The statistics included “official anti-trafficking centers, national…

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  • What Are The Key Components Of Human Capital Strategy

    entails an examination of all the possible options for accessing talent, and finding the best method, or the best mix of methods, for acquiring the specific talent and competencies needed to meet the demands defined through the human capital strategy of your organization. Moreover, they advised to use “rightsourcing” which means asking the following questions, where should we employ this talent – in our current locations or in new ones? Should we employ it ourselves or acquire it from outside…

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  • Personal Narrative: What I Learned In My Writing Class

    anything else to improve upon. I was wrong. In the beginning of this class we were told to set goals for ourselves; however, my goals manifested in earnest after my completion of the first paper. After the Arguing a position paper, it became quite clear that my time management skills were sorely insufficient. I found myself with three pages to write in under three hours. Suffice to say that those hours were very frantic. Consequently, due to my complete lack of fortitude, my paper came out with…

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