Response Essay Topics

Psychic respons

In taking responsibility for one’s own actions, one’s station in life, and one’s particular orientation to the world around them, there is often a resultant level of conscious or unconscious anxiety which results, due not only to the acceptance of the ambiguity of existence but also to the realization that one’s actions have consequences, sometimes… View Article

Video Response: Girl… Interrupted

The movie centers on the unfortunate events that mangled the life of Susanna Kaysen when she was only eighteen years old. She was presented as a young woman who prompted to engage in things that were considered as unusual and sometimes, socially unaccepted. Primary of which is her tendency to involve in casual sex with… View Article

Emergency Planning And Response (Epr) For Vital Digital Records And Essential

The need to enhance the security and total protection of vital information and critical digital records in an organization or business environment is of great importance. Prediction of the occurrence of emergency is a complex process yet the need to enhance business continuity through proper planning and putting down of strategic business processes to safeguard… View Article

A Response to a Historical Essay Based on the US Civil War

The war as people have known and understood it, has inculcated nothing but violence. Over the history, the remnants of different wars became distinct because of the horrors that it caused and imbibed within the innocent lives of people not involved with it. In addition, those who have actually participated in wars, battleworn and inflicted… View Article

Response Paper: Don Quixote de la Mancha

“Don Quixote de la Mancha” by Miguel de Cervantes is one of the most recognizable classics in the world of literature. It is a narrative that is being retold in almost every generation that had followed since its publication. Much the success of the story is really undeniable as it had even infused a term… View Article

Response to the book “The Body’s Memory”

The recollection made by a person with disability or PWD of the most painful things which her body felt and experienced was explicitly depicted in the 1993 book of Jean Stewart entitled “The Body’s Memory. ” The most notable aside from the clear presentation of the true condition and emotions of PWD, however, is the… View Article