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10 pages, 16 sources, 2 tables. Excellent sample of a model APA (American Psychological Association) research paper. Includes abstract and all applicable sections. Specifically explored is the treatment of dually-diagnosed alcoholism patients with post-traumatic stress disorders.
A 20 page paper that explores layering, spatial depth, minimalism, combination of materials, objects and colors, and the moralist vein, all of which typify abstract expressionism. The artists and architects reviewed and compared include: Pollock and Richard Gluckman, Helen Frankenthaler and Garth Alexander Oldershaw, Jasper Johns and James Stewart Polshek, and Barnett Newman and Sam Durant. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
This 3 page paper provides a student with an example discussion post that pertains to Riverbend City, which as suffered a chemical spill. The writer also offers hypothetical suggestoins that pertain to responses to other posts. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
This 4-page paper provides an example of a proposal presented to the city of Anytown, TX for a recycling program. Included are budgetary and comparison discussions. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 4 page paper presents an example of how a nursing student might choose to discuss the student's personal philosophy. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
This 12 page paper provides a proposal for a research project involving the impact of the HIPAA legislation. The paper is broken down into many categories and includes an outline, abstract, review of literature and recommendations. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
This 4 page paper is an abstract for a study using content analysis as a methodology. This paper relates the specific nature of content analysis for news bias. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
The images of the Cold War Era were not of the cold war. The public media, magazines and movies, were portraying the affluence of and freedom of the American way of life, while the photographers that were taking meaningful photos, such as Diane Arbus, were not published until the paranoia of the McCarthy years had subsided. The only stark representation of the underlying fear that logically accompanies a threat of war of the magnitude suggested in the existence of the Cold War was the images coming from the world of fine art. There were many painters, sculptures and crafters within the genre of abstract expressionism that felt a need to portray the emotional atmosphere hidden in the hearts of the people. This 5 page paper examines the effect of the cold war mentality on the photographs that predominated the pages of Life magazine, the photos of Diane Arbus and the abstract expressionist painting, Study After Velasquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X by Francis Bacon. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 5 page address of the philosophical dilemma of whether or not we can talk meaningfully of a God who transcends creation if language is a part of creation. Questions the innateness of language and the applicability of that innateness to the topic of our own creation and the existence of God. Compares language in animals and mankind and concludes there are definitive differences in the ability of the two to have meaningful conversations about such highly abstract concepts as God and His existence. It is the ability to translate our mental experiences into words which gives humans the capability of abstract thought and allows us to have meaningful philosophic conversation about God even though God transcends creation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
5 pages in length. To define the difference between concrete and abstract language as they relate to poetry, the student will note that the fundamental distinction between the two is that one is based in reality and the other has its origins in ambiguity. Examining the poems of Elizabeth Bishop, Amy Lowell and John Keats finds that the two divergent literary approaches are employed as a means by which to reach the same conclusion, however, it is the path that leads to this conclusion that stands to separate. Poets use concrete language when they seek a more literal approach to expression; abstract language, on the other hand, is utilized when the writer is looking to convey a more esoteric thought. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 5 page collection of abstracts from articles relating to the correlation which exists between child abuse and poverty. Starting with a book on the subject by Besharov and Laumann (2001) which provides an extensive investigation of the subject, this paper reviews several different aspects of the correlation between child abuse and poverty. The papers abstracted range in subject matter from the environmental and circumstantial worlds which engulf these families to how child abuse might present in a medical situation to how the abuse of illegal drugs can correlate with child abuse. Bibliogrpahy lists 10 sources.
This 6 page annotated bibliography gives a detailed description of 12 sources related to the topic of the Salem Witch Trials. This paper also provides an abstract, thesis, and paper development plan. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
This 8 page paper discusses how Montessori mathematics takes the young child from concrete learning to abstract thinking in mathematics. The essay begins with Montessori's beliefs about the child under the age of 6, the materials presented to children and, in general, how the materials help the child make this transition. The principles for the materials are outlined. Two lesson plans are included: one that moves the child from concrete rods to understanding of the numerals and the other is the introduction of fractions. Additional comments further clarify how the Montessori materials help children make the all-important transition from the concrete to the abstract. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 12 page research paper, plus a 2 page abstract, that analyzes the interplay of power between Congress and various Presidents during the Vietnam era, demonstrating the power of the Legislative Branch of government in regards to determining the course of foreign diplomacy. The writer specifically looks at the Gulf of Tonkin resolution and the War Powers Act. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
An 11 page plan for studying employers’ attitudes toward hiring individuals with disabilities. Equal employment guidelines and the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act instruct employers that they cannot discriminate against any individual for any reason; the purpose here is to determine whether intended results are being born out in fact. The study will use several statistical analyses, which also are discussed in the paper. Includes an abstract. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
This 3-page tutorial guides the student on how to write a science paper, more specifically, an abstract. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
An 8 page paper reviewing a review of four studies. Beyea (2003) provides abstracts of four studies published in 2002, all of which address the issue of nosocomial infection control. Though each study takes place in different settings and uses several different approaches, each focuses on informing efforts to control the spread of nosocomial infection in the hospital setting. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
This 8 page paper looks at this artist's life and influence on the movement of abstract expressionism. His history as a Russian artist and influence in Europe is discussed, but the focus of the paper is on the artist's influence in the United States. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 11 page research paper (including a one-page abstract) that summarizes observations made of three age groups interacting within the environment provided by a mall. The observation relates behaviors to recent research, in order to draw conclusions relative to observed behavior. The groups observed were early childhood, adolescents, and seniors. The writer concludes that in each case, the mall serves as a social environment. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
An 11 page research paper (which includes a 3/4 page abstract), which addresses the trend of playing classical music in utero and in early childhood in the hopes of creating a child prodigy. The writer examines literature pertaining to what scientists know about fetal development, that is, when a fetus develops the ability to hear and how well it can hear. Then, literature is examined that pertains to what possible beneficial effect, if any, can be attributed to listening to classical music. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
This 4 page paper is an abstract outlining the problems with hidden camera usage by employers in the workplace. Specific focus, research hypothesis, case studies, and statistics offered. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 3 page paper (including a ½ page abstract) which two similarities and two differences between the two literary characters. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 5 page paper which examines how the Renaissance manifests itself throughout the text in terms of humanism, politics, and abstract expressionism. No additional sources are used.
A 5 page research paper that takes the form of a hypothetical proposal for initiating an HIV/AIDS prevention program for teens, age 11-18. The parameters of the proposed educational intervention are outlined in 4 pages, with a 1 page abstract. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 14 page paper looks at the animal rights movement. An overview is presented. A review of the literature includes journal articles and relevant books. This paper presents a thoughtful philosophical look in a social context. Predictions for the future are made. An abstract is included. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
The hypothesis section of any thesis or dissertation
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Chapter 2, known as the Literature Review, is where most of a dissertation's sources ...
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In Chapter 4, the "Discussion" section, students must perform a critical analysis of their study's ...
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Correct use of the APA style for the in-text citing of sources is often crucial to ...
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