Proposed 3 questions to ask: “..what the discourse is about, why is it needed, and what it should accomplish.” (106). Asking what the discourse is about (fact & definition) is diving into what the central problem or issue is it can take a broad scope, and lead to the individual issues. Why is the discourse needed? (cause & value) what prompted the discourse in the first place? is now the right time for delivery of the discourse?
So now breweries cannot manufactures energy drinks with alcohol. According to "Livescience.com" (2014), While many health professionals and lawmakers are cheering the Food and Drug Administration's decision yesterday to declare caffeine an illegal and unsafe additive to manufactured alcoholic beverages, critics say the move is an infringement of consumer rights by the government. When people are speaking out against a decision made by the government, this is the demand. Anheuser-Busch could produce an energy drink with alcohol as long as there was no caffeine in it, and it would be legal and more importantly it would be a blue ocean. According to "Blue Ocean Strategy.com" (2014), "Red oceans refer to the known market space – all the industries in existence today.
English 102, 10:00 a.m. 5 December 2010 Midwest Meltdown Dear Mr. President, we are writing you today with great concern regarding the situation in the Midwest region of the United States. As the up 2012 presidential election quickly approaches we would recommend that your focus be directed to the Detroit, Michigan; Flint, Michigan and Youngstown, Ohio regions. Ohio and Michigan have lost anywhere from fifty –to-sixty percent of their population due to the reduction of available work, resulting in an influx of blight. Mr. President, there is much for you to gain by addressing the blight and lack of employment in the “Rust Belt” cities. Please address your attention to combating this through land banks, urban farmland, urban forest and
For example, if your thesis is that although there are some similarities, the two topics are mostly different, your first developmental paragraph will present the similarities and your next two the differences. As always, you will begin each paragraph with a TOPIC SENTENCE that will define and limit your paragraph. There are two ways to develop a comparison/contrast paper, however. The first is the tradition point-by-point method, just as we have been doing for previous papers. Give three examples to support your topic sentence, illustrating with specifics,
A Letter to the Editor It is Walter Cuffey's opinion that providing free housing and healthcare naturally would diminish people's desire to work for the government and pay their taxes, which in the long run would lead the country to bankruptcy. This contradicts Congressman Jesse Jackson Junior's opinion who believes it simply would create millions of jobs in the housing and health care industries and because of that generate a greater economic prosperity. I do not believe that the free housing Jackson mentions is meant to be expensive and luxurious. However, by free housing I imagine, he in point of fact means shelter, so that no-one in America have to live on the street. Once you have got a roof over your head, a solid base to return to,
[Important: Your response should be at least a few good sized paragraphs.] (10) 11. Discuss, in detail, Berry’s interpretation of the problem of limits in his first two essays. What exactly is the problem? Discuss at least three areas of our lives where the problem of limits shows itself.
Data was collected for three courts including Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations Court, and the Municipal Court. From the data collected, several different probabilities can be calculated, and conclusions can be made. Results “The relative frequency method of assigning probabilities is appropriate when data are available to estimate the proportion of the time the experimental outcome will occur if the experiment is repeated a large number of times” (Anderson et al., 2012, p.156). This student calculated the relative frequencies using several different sets of data to equal the probabilities of the events occurring. The first calculation found was the probability of cases being appealed and reversed in the three different courts.
After several months of exploration and studies, French people said the same thing as Spaniards, “no oil in Equatorial Guinea”. However, everything changed with the arrival of Americans in Equatorial Guinea. Americans discovered in mid-1990s that there was in fact oil in the country. This moment changed the dynamic of Equatorial Guinea. After oil and other natural resources were discovered, the life style and the environment started and keeps changing.
Last Chance In Leonardo DiCaprio’s 2007 documentary, The 11th Hour, we see that our blue planet is dangerously ill, and we don’t have much time to heal it. Human society has had a serious problem with nature since the industrial revolution. DiCaprio shows us that we are over using natural resources and emitting a lot of Carbon Dioxide into the atmosphere. Our next generations will not survive if we keep doing what we are doing now in the future. In environmentalist Bill McKibben’s 2008 article, “Civilization Last Chance,” we are warned that we are in a state of emergency time we have little to save our environment from the danger.
In the following paragraphs both a quantitative and qualitative research article will be compared and contrasted in relation to the problem statement, purpose statement, and research questions in each study. Problem Statement In the quantitative problem statement the author presents the topic, research problem, justification of why the problem should be studied, lack of existing knowledge on the subject, and the audience that will benefit from the problem being researched. The same components are present in the qualitative