InfoTrac Essays

  • Conformism In The Minister's Black Veil

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    Man is born with original sin, the illustrious phrase that thoroughly represents the normative belief of Puritanism, serves an influential role in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s writings. Though inherited with Puritanical roots, the complete oeuvre of Nathaniel Hawthorne vividly portrays his refusal to be a Puritan and depicts his disapproval on Puritan ideas. Hawthorne's perspective on ‘sin’ draws a parallel connection with Puritans, yet he criticizes Puritan religious beliefs through one of his prominent

  • Essay On The Pros And Cons Of Social Media

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    Pros and Cons of Social Media Throughout the years' social media has been a sickness for many years. Parents of teens should be more strict with there teen social media because it could cause teens to be depressed and become suicidal. In the article “Negative, positive effects on excessive social media use on teens studied”by Baltimore Sun, states that social media can cause depression and sickness for teens.Excessive use of social media can cause teens to be depressed because teens compare their

  • Sport Pedagogy

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    Introduction of Sport Pedagogy Sport pedagogy is for whom aspire to offer some children and young people a high-quality learning experiences in and through out sport. Sport pedagogy is also about learning process in practice. It also can be refers to both of the ways in which individuals learning, and to pedagogical knowledge and skills that coaches and teachers need to support them to learn in efficient way. It is also a simultaneously as sport-specific knowledge and works as a guide for a learning

  • Argumentative Essay On Cell Phones

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    Cell Phones: The average teenager who gets on their phone, just for a second, each hour has the same mind as a 30 year old cocaine addict. Teens have their minds tricked into thinking they can’t live without their cell phones and social media. Teens need to be able to talk to and connect with others and learn face-to-face communication skills. Nowadays teens can get harmed very easily, and teens do not really know who is on the other side of the screen. Studies have shown that phones can ruin

  • Why Are Cell Phones Dangerous

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    Are cellphones dangerous? In 1971 Henry Sampson co invented the Gamma electric cell. Then in 1983 inventing portable telephones since then cellphones has been a big sale, conversation, and show. Cellphones are not dangerous they are helpful they make information easier to access. Over the years there has been statements blaming cellphones as a dangerous device that it causes cancer, people texting and driving people walking around on their phones and not checking their surroundings. Almost everyone

  • Analysis: Don T Buy, Adopt

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    horrible. They are kept in cages stacked in columns with wire flooring that injures their paws and legs. Some spend their whole life in cages, never being able to walk on solid ground. According to the article “A Dog’s Life; Puppy Mills” from the infotrac newsstand, “Some breeding places hardly bare inspection and can contain up to 1,000 breeding females under one roof.” Puppies suffer from fear, anxiety, and other behavioral problems because they are separated from their littermates and mother at

  • Positive Impact Of Guns In America

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    Positive Impact of Guns In America Americans have the privilege and the right to purchase and own personal firearms for the means of self defense. Some citizens, however, exploit this right for the sole purpose of harming those around them. Mass shootings are some of the most common and terrifying events that can happen to someone in America today. Despite all the harm that guns cause, they should not be banned because they also have many positive effects for the American people that we would

  • Sexism: Sexual Harassment And Rape

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    Sexism: Sexual Harassment “I was a school-going girl... One boy was pestering me to accept his love. One day, unable to bear his torture any more, I slapped him and threatened that I would make my parents report to the police. The next day he threw acid on my face when I was going to the school” (“Is It My Fault”). There are many accounts like this one of girls who have been attacked for standing up for themselves against advances from men who think only of their own needs. This creates the problem

  • Negative Effects Of Technology On Society Essay

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    "Negative Effects of Technology On Society." Africa News Service 28 Apr. 2015. Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web. 18 Sept. 2016. Africa news service discusses the effects of technology on our daily lives by making a comparison of having technology in the present vs. the past. The writer gives examples of struggles that arise as a direct result of not having technology, but the article doesn’t explain these daily struggles as hardships; instead the article discusses the humanity of these struggles