To Kill Mockingbird by Harper Lee

The novel “To Kill Mockingbird” by Harper Lee is one of the greatest American literature books in the twentieth century.  Lee used the novel to express the feelings and frustration of the black community during the early days of the 1930s, though the book was published in the early 1960s during the civil right movement. The novel is about the lifestyle of two kids Scout and Jem as they grow up in the Maycomb County. The novel illustrates the lifestyle of different families such as Atticus Finch, Cunningham, Bob Ewell and Tom Robinson. In the novel, there are numerous examples of family conformity with societal rules and laws. Lee points that during those days there was set of rules which each family had to conform to in order to live peacefully. However, this essay analyzes the families of Atticus Finch and Cunningham and how they comply with the rules of the land. The essay will further examine consequences for a resistance of those standards.

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Exploring Dissimilarities between a Problem Question and Law Essay

Introduction

According to Holland and Webb, ‘law is a system of rules laid down by a body or person with the power and authority to make law. It is also a system of rules grounded on fundamental principles of morality.’[i] While essay questions are mostly used to assess student learning of areas of law, the key characteristics of an effective law essay are sometimes confused with those of the research problem. However, the two are fundamentally different. This report discusses the different approaches used for writing a legal essay and a problem question in a bid to compare them (Holland and Webb).

Qualities of an effective law essay

A typical structure of an essay should depend on five paragraphs, which should feature an introduction, a body with three comprehensive paragraphs, and lastly a conclusion section. The introductory section is the claim, while the body part consists of an evaluation of law, while the conclusion part consists of the outcome. The introductory section is supposed to introduction the subject of discussion and the background of a claim or thesis statement. However, while it is intended to set the stage by providing some background data, it should be brief, and one does not need to spend a lot of time in this section, as much of the data should be integrated into the three subsequent paragraphs in the body section. In fact, insignificant information should be omitted and what is left should be important (Strong 118-120).[ii]

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History of Cotton

Cotton is one of the main fiber crops of global significant and has a high commercial value. It is cultivated commercially in the regions with tropical temperature. According to Nicholson (23), the cultivation of cotton started more than 5,000 years ago. The first plantation of cotton took place in South America in Mexico where the first clothes made of cotton was discovered. It was also first grown in the Indus River Valley in Pakistan and used for making clothes 3,000 BC. And at almost the same period, Indigenous of Egypt’s Nile valleys were making clothes using cotton. However, Arabs brought clothes made of cotton to Europe 800A.D. and American discovered and started planting cotton in 1492, in the Bahama Islands.

It is said that cotton was cultivated in Florida in 1556 and state of Virginia in 1607. However, by 1616, American colonists were planting cotton along the James River in Virginia. As mentioned by Kantartzi (12), cotton was one of the cash crops grown by colonist and main activities of slaves during the slavery in America. It was rolled by the machinery 1730 in England, which was the beginning of the industrial revolution in England, and the period Americans started to make cotton gin in the United States. This opened ways for the start of the significant place which the cotton holds in the globe today.  Since then cotton has spread globally, and it is grown in over 100 countries. It is grown South America, Asia, and Africa both in small and large scale for commercial purpose.

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Strategies of Writing Proposal to Non-Profit and For-Profit Organizations

Background Information

For-profit organizations only determine their level of success regarding profit and their capability to pay back loans or pay dividends. Meanwhile, non-profit organizations only serve to benefit a particular community, irrespective of whether they will gain from the service. Therefore, non-profit institutions are governed by different tax and revenue specifications. This memo focuses on the differences between the strategies of writing proposals to non-profit and for-profit organizations.

Research Methods

To establish the similarities and differences between plans of writing proposals to the non-profit and for-profit organization, the study used secondary sources of information. These secondary sources included peer-reviewed journals, library books, and lecture notes. This is because these are the most credible and reliable sources of information since they have been reviewed and regarded as good academic materials.

Comparison of the Strategies

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Technical Writing in the Workplace

Technical communications is a branch of business communications which involves several disciplines that work in unison to convey complex information for the purpose of accomplishing a specific goal. Technical communicators are people who study and provide information on technical products or processes then direct the information to the target audience via various media forms. The work of technical writers is not only relevant to industries whose final products are complex in nature; they also assist other industries in design, product support, production, and sales (Larson et al. 88).

To succeed in the field of technical communications, technical writers must appeal to the collaborative nature of the profession. Technical writers work with people from other professions like engineers, quality control, logistics, designers, analysts, sales, and customer service. Upon completion of the data gathering stage, technical writers then deliver the information using a plethora of channels. The media options include but are not limited to printed materials, websites, e-books, social media, presentations, meetings, audio, and video. The choice of media depends on the target demographic. As millennials are commonly tech savvy compared to the earlier generations, they are likely to be reached using social media, e-books, and websites. Older generations read more print media compared to millennials making print media a viable choice for them (Larson et al. 88).

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How Persons’ Personality and Achievements Are Affected by Their Birth Order?

How A Persons’ Personality and Achievements Are Affected by Their Birth Order?

Introduction

Various researchers believe the order of birth is as critical as the sex of the child and practically as imperative as hereditary qualities. No two children will have a similar set of parenting despite the fact that they may be living in a similar family (Cervone & Pervin, 2015). Parents are diverse with each child, and no two kids ever play a similar part. For instance, in the event of being a caretaker of the child, then the caretaking role is taken, and the other siblings will adopt a different role in the family, maybe as an achiever.

Every Child Has Different Parents

Parents usually remember their first children better. This is because the parents watched them well enough to make sure they were breastfed well, used bottles, which were sterilized, carried them most of the time, amongst others. Such a child is the only one that will ever have her or his parents’ fully to his or herself with all the others having to share.

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Is Natural Immunity Better than Vaccine-Acquired Immunity?

Is Natural Immunity Better than Vaccine-Acquired Immunity?

Medically, immunity refers to the balanced and stabilized state of biological processes in organisms to fight invading pathogens, infections, and diseases, while developing a tolerance for the prevention of allergies and autoimmune diseases. There two primary types of immunity which are innate and acquired immunity. An immune system can contain both acquired or adaptive and natural or innate components. Innate immunity refers to the type if defense mechanism developed by the body as a result of genetic makeup and memory from previous infections. No external components are required for the natural immunity to be developed. This immunity can either be specific or non-specific innate immunity. Non-specific natural immunity allows the body to resist all infections that may affect the system generally. On the other hand, the specific natural immunity is the body’s resistance to a particular type of pathogens or disease-causing microorganisms. Due to the organism’s constitution, some do not suffer from some diseases or infections due to this type of resistance.

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