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Critical Review for the Article

The electronic journal entitled: ‘The Long-Term Performance of Horizontal Acquisition’, by Laurence Capron of the Institut Europeen d’Administration des Affaires (INSEAD), published in 1999 by the Wiley and Sons publishing, has studied the creation of “horizontal mergers and acquisition”. In Capron’s paper, he dated his studies from mid-1980’s to early 1990’s financing strategies of firms… View Article

Summary of One Article from Wall Street Journal

In the business world of today, series of economic activities and businesses are conducted through various means that significantly affect these businesses. Advertisement is one of the means of conducting businesses in today’s business environment. Companies try to attract old and new customer in different means using advertisement. The internet is an example of the… View Article

Article and Game

Jenna Winckler had eight kills to pace Andes Central in its 3-1 victory over Bridgewater-Emery Monday night. The Eagles won by scores of 15-25, 25-7, 25-20, and 25-15. Amy Chykta had four service aces and 10 set assists, and Danielle Walder had 13 digs for Andes Central. Jessie VanLeur led the Huskies with five service… View Article

Implications on Psychology of the Article

Implications on Psychology of the Article “Cultural Sensitivity and Cultural Competence” It was argued by Trimble (2003) that psychological constructs and studies should not be analyzed and taken in apart from a view on culture and ethnic background. The proposition had its strengths; however its absolute disqualification of psychological findings, made seemingly without regard to… View Article

Analysis of the Structure of a Newspaper Article

The structure of a newspaper article is very important. A well-structured article should be helpful for the reader to follow and understand the story, and most importantly, it should engage the reader, encouraging them to read on. The following articles, ‘Germany grieves for a hero who dared not admit struggle with mental illness. ’ from… View Article

Artistic Behavior in the Human Female

The passage above comes from the article, “Artistic Behavior in the Human Female,” by Jean Robertson (2003, p. 24). Robertson (2003) argued that female artists define and interpret female sexuality in diverse and conflicting ways, and by using different artistic strategies. Robertson makes assumptions about the woman’s body as a contested terrain, wherein being a… View Article

Jean Kilbourne’s article “Jesus is a brand of jeans”

The thesis of Jean Kilbourne’s article “Jesus is a brand of jeans” is that everything in the world is just a stuff to be consumed or to be used to sell people something, and changes peoples’ outlook. Relationships, for example, are used to sell people jewelries for their loved ones. Other advertisements take advantage of… View Article

A Review of Bathing Beauties

Anna Schnur-Fishman presents a compelling argument for teaching healthy body image and self esteem in her article “Bathing Beauties”. Set in the communal shower of a summer camp, Schnur-Fishman described how she and her friends developed their positive body image. Through group support and open conversations, the girls who showered in the communal shower and… View Article

Analyzing Garret Harding’s Article

This paper seeks to analyze the article “The Tragedy of the Commons” by Hardin (1968). The first part summarizes the main thesis by identifying the principle or principles that Hardin used to explain the Tragedy as he defines it. The second part describes how Hardin’s thesis would apply to production of smog pollutants in California…. View Article

A Response to Eat, Memory: Orange Crush

The article titled “Eat, Memory: Orange Crush” by Yiyun Li recounts the influence of a western orange product (Tang) to a Chinese girl. The main character, Yiyun Li, recollect a time in her life when growing up she wished to live a Tangy life, which to her symbolizes western luxury and a life of style…. View Article

Article with logical fallacies

Christians believe God created the whole world because he had the powers, this make them argue out the theory of evolution which states that each and every creature that exist has undergone the process of evolution. Due to the believe in the theory of creation, religion has given trust to their creator who is god,… View Article

Article Review of “Fat and Happy”

In “Fat and Happy: In Defense of Fat Acceptance,” Mary Ray Worley offers a poignant account of her participation in a conference held by the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance. She compares attending this conference with visiting another planet. Until she had the opportunity to visit this other planet, she had not realized just… View Article

Planning for Hypertexts in the Writing Center…Or No

Michael Pemberton asserts in his article “Planning for Hypertexts in the Writing Center…Or Not”, that this new age of technology brings with it a dilemma facing writing centers that stems from the perceived need for writing centers to assimilate hypertexts into their topics mentored, the willingness of the writing centers to accommodate hypertexts and if… View Article

The article of Joanne Thomas

In her article on obesity, Joanne Thomas commences by providing insight to her readers on issues influencing obesity in the community. From Thomas’ perspective, efforts by the government which are normally observed through development and implementation of policies are inadequate in addressing obesity. To address the issue effectively, changes in individual lifestyle are of the… View Article

Paraphrased Article

“The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow. ” Bill Gates, Founder of the giant Microsoft Corporations Ltd. Internet has arguably become one of the most indispensible parts of the lives of millions of people around the globe. There are not many laws which regulate the usage of internet for… View Article

O Father, Where Art Thou

The article, “O Father, Where Art Thou? ” which was written by Joshua Alston and published in Newsweek last May, basically explained that the notion that most black fathers are irresponsible parents is not entirely true. According to the author, while statistics show that there is an alarming rate of black children living in homes… View Article

Summary and Response to John Gatto’s Article

New York teacher John Taylor Gatto began admitting to himself that he want to quit teaching anymore in a public school after his 26 years of service, and his reason for this is the old system of educational curriculum that he said hurt children in any way it could while letting them learn. He even… View Article

Article and lyrics comparison

The songs “Have you Forgotten” by Darryl Worley, and “Where have all the flowers gone? ” by Pete Seeger are two songs that both deliver strong messages regarding two different wars. “Have you Forgotten? ” which is a song composed to convey emotions regarding the war in Iraq delivers messages that are meant to sway… View Article

United Kingdom and Commonwealth Peter Osborne

Peter Osborne is the author of the text which is written in 2011. The duke and duchess of Cambridge were visiting Canada, and Peter Osborne wrote the article “A royal salute to the Commonwealth”. In the article he expresses his opinion about the Commonwealth. Today there are about 54 member countries, and the article is… View Article

Can Animals Think

Eugene Linden in the Time magazine article “Can Animals Think? ” claims that animals can think. They will probably do their best thinking when it serves their purpose, not when some scientist asked them. Linden supports his argument by describing, using anecdotes, how animals use intelligence to benefit themselves. The author’s purpose is to point… View Article

Rhetorical Precis

In “The Organization Kid”, an article published in The Atlantic Monthly in April of 2001, David Brooks discusses the willing conformism and social subservience of the educational elite and reinforces his points through usage of a heavily pathos-based timeline, quotes, textual examples and statistics. Brooks’ examples are both well structured and particularly effective. He compartmentalizes… View Article

Psych Unit IV Article Review

There are so many different theories out there that try to explain why we act the way we act. How do we explain evil or hateful behavior? I just finished reading the article ‘’Prison Violence: Does brutality come with a badge?’’, written by: Bruce Gross. This article talks about being a prison guard, and how… View Article

Environmental Psychology Article Analysis

The concept of environmental psychology is a new one which came into existence following the realization that there is always interplay between human behavior and the environments. In this regard, the term environment is broadly explained to include the natural surroundings, social surroundings, built surroundings, learning and information surroundings. Environmental psychology is a discipline that… View Article

Amy Tan’s Mother Tongue

There are thousands of languages in the world, such as Spanish, French, Chinese, English…However, No one can do better job in the second language than their mother language. In the article Amy Tan’s “Mother Tongue”, Amy Tan emphasized her idea that we speak different languages unconsciously and we are categorized by the way we talk…. View Article

Critique of Kochavi’s Article

Many of us used to read historical facts and data whether as a form of requirement of just a source of knowledge. As we read these texts, we are mould to understand certain parts of history that gives us greater perspective and learning of the past. According to Howell and Pervenier in their book “From… View Article

Article Critique ‘A New Look, An Old Battle’

While the article recognizes the usefulness of stem-cell research in medicine, it also denounces the anti-abortion movement. According to the author, anti-abortion proponents are on the losing side because they failed to scientifically substantiate their claims. Their slogan ‘abortion stops a beating heart’, according to the author, is a mixture of fallacy and deceit. It… View Article

Critical Analysis of a Journal Article

The study of Oncology concerns most and every citizens. Oncology is the study of anything about the nature, medication, and strategic methods in understanding and treating cancer (Kaminsky, 2009). Based on the information provided in the two articles, Oncology was the main focus of the authors. The authors discussed two distinct strategies in dealing with… View Article

Article “Cradle-to-cradle: the next packaging paradigm?”

In his article “Cradle-to-cradle: the next packaging paradigm? ” David Newcorn suggests three entirely new strategies for packaging items—strategies which may at first instigate eyebrows to rise. On closer look, however, Newcorn’s suggestions may indeed live up to one of its goals: to arrive at a packaging strategy conducive for the environment. Newcorn has three… View Article

Critical Review for the Article

The electronic journal entitled: ‘The Long-Term Performance of Horizontal Acquisition’, by Laurence Capron of the Institut Europeen d’Administration des Affaires (INSEAD), published in 1999 by the Wiley and Sons publishing, has studied the creation of “horizontal mergers and acquisition”. In Capron’s paper, he dated his studies from mid-1980’s to early 1990’s financing strategies of firms… View Article

Best practices in achieving a customer-focused culture (Article Critique)

This paper seeks to prepare a critique of the article entitled “Best practices in achieving a customer-focused culture” by Bartley, B. et al. (2007). The nature of the critique to be applied is literature critique and an evaluation on the authors’ ideas, methods and results. The framework to make the evaluation is to whether the… View Article