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  1. Dse141 Tma 02
    set out the aims of the assignment identify the main question or issue and introduce and define the key words and terms highlight major debates that lie ‘behind’ the...
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  2. Dse141 Tma 02
    Compare and contrast the approach to studying children’s friendships taken in the Bigelow and La Gaipa (1975) study with that taken by William Corsaro. Identifying...
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  3. E303 - Tma2 - Analysis And Concordancing Of Words "Odd' And "Strange"
    Oksana Markova E303, 2012 TMA 02 Step 1 From my own intuition the words odd and strange can be synonymous depending on the context and could carry very similar...
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  4. Is The Un Convention On The Rights Of The Child Universally Applicable?
    TMA 02 – Option1 B2883024 Is the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) universally applicable? This essay will look at the background to the UNCRC and...
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  5. The Pervasiveness Of Linguistic Creativity In Everyday Conversation
    The pervasiveness of linguistic creativity in everyday conversation Introduction Creativity or artfulness is not an exclusive ability of exceptionally skilled users...
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  6. Tma 01 E214.
    TMA 01 As I worked through Units 1,2,3 and 4 (E214,The Open University, 2010) I reflected upon the nature of social justice and rights, how a rights discourse changes...
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  7. U212, Tma 03 Option 1
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  8. Ou K101 Tma 06
    Part A How a care worker who has just started work can ensure that unacceptable practice does not occur This essay will discuss issues of care and examine how a...
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  9. Tma 001 Cezzane
    Compare and contrast Cézanne's Bathers (Plate 1.3.4) with Correggio's Leda with the Swan (Plate 1.3.8). At a first glance there are some clear compositional...
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  10. Resumptive Pro
    FLS TMA COVER FORM (2007/2008) Course No: E300 Course Title: English Language & Literacy TMA No: 04 Task: Research Project Report [see page 02] | Part...
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  11. K101 - Tma1
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  12. The Effect Of Temperature On Air Pressure
    real storm instead of the can crushing there would be thunder. 02/06/99-I conducted the air pressure experiment on the milk jug...
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  13. Is There a Real Difference Between a Neurosis And a Psychosis
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  14. The Bald Eagle As An Endangered Species
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  15. Why Was Karl Marx So Disparaging Of The Utopian Socialists
    would lead to goodness” (Web page, A Web of English History, 11/04/02) This was a far cry from the revolutionary ideals of Marx and Engels who argued that...
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  16. Texas v. Andrea Yates
    Texas v. Andrea Yates <br /> <br /> A 37 year-old women stunned the nation when she drowned all five of her children on June 20, 2001. Her name is Andrea Yates and she went on trial for their murders in the case known as Texas v. Andrea Yates...
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  17. The History Of Censorship In Literature And Music
    What is censorship? An encyclopedia defines censorship as "the control of what people may say or hear, write or read, or see or do1." There are many reasons why people censor entertainment such as literature and music. Many governments or groups...
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  18. Plutonium, Our Country's Only Feasible Solution
    Should we begin to manufacture one of the most destructive and infamous substances on the face on the Earth once again? The engineers say yes, but the public says no. The United States stopped making this element with the ban on manufacturing...
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  19. Internet Censorship
    The Internet, or the World Wide Web, is a great means of obtaining anything that is in almost any part of the world. An easy way to think about this is just “millions of computers that can talk and share information” (Clark 1). The web...
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  20. Anorexia Vs. Bulimia
    According to Mary Pipher, PhD, “In a city of strangers, appearance is the only dimension available for the rapid assessment of others. Thus it becomes incredibly important in defining value” (216). “Beauty is a defining characteristic for...
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  21. Hacking
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  22. Twisted Alice In Dark Wonderland
    Identity Crisis<br /> Loss of innocence is often a theme in stories that center on a single, isolated child who is struggling to grow up. However, a theme authors often overlook is the loss of identity that accompanies such a lonely journey. In...
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  23. Alice Was a Goth
    In Victorian England, society expected children to make the transition into adulthood as soon as possible. This expectation caused acute mental and emotional stress upon many of the children of this age, as Lewis Carroll shows in the character of...
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  24. Intelligent Agents
    Abstract<br /> No body can deny the important role World Wide Web (WWW) has played in providing users from all around the globe with loads of information and data bases. At the same time the emergence of the web caused a lot of obstacles in...
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  25. 1960's
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  26. The Lies Of Democrats & Anti-War Protestors
    There is a foolish side to the many people who are against the \"war\" in Iraq. To say you support our troops and then ridicule their Commander-n-Chief is hypocrisy. Our troops are VOLUNTEERS & have great respect for President Bush. Those who are...
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  29. Community Analysis And Inequality
    Local social inequality is increasingly disrupting community life and destroying people's sense of belonging. Do you agree with this statement? What evidence supports your...
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  30. Marketing Plan Windows 7
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