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Jean Baudrillard; Hyper Reality and the Media

This 11 page paper considers Baudrillard's theory of hyper reality and how we can see this impact on the social world due to the role of the media with its' creation and propagation of images. The paper discusses the theory and the role of simulation, and uses examples to illustrate the points raised. The bibliography cites 5 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.

Personal Nursing Philosophy

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.

Riverbend City: Discussion Post

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.

God's Teachings on Social Injustice

This 6 page paper provides a student with a hypothetical example a sermon written in the black preaching tradition that focuses on supporting political and social activism to combat social injustice. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Emotional Diary

This 7 page essay offers a student a hypothetical example of how to describe personal emotions, such as anxiety, anger, fear, and happiness, as well as others. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Evil Case Study: Ted Bundy

In a paper of four pages, the author writes a case study on evil. The author of this paper uses Ted Bundy as an example of a person fitting their definition of evil. There are four sources cited in this paper.


This five-page paper presents an examples of a UDL lesson plan pertaining to the instruction of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities." Included are goals of the plan, how it coincides with state educational standards, teaching methods and wrap-up Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Responses to Postings

This 3 page paper provides.a student with examples of how to respond to postings on cervical lymphadenopathy and ear infections. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Nursing Internship/Application Essay

This 3 page paper offers advice and an example application letter for employment as a nurse. Bibliography lists 2 sources.


This 6-page paper offers examples of branding strategy, positioning statement, marketing strategy and customer behavior for a fictitious delivery/catering service called Excellent Eats. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

The Odyssey and the Theme of Hospitality

A 5 page outline of eight examples of hospitality which interlace the Odyssey. The author identifies these examples and details whether they are negative examples or positive examples. Bibliography lists one source.

Dissertation Proposal - Sustainability Programs in Community Colleges

This is an 8 page paper that provides an overview of sustainability programs in community colleges. A research design is proposed to measure what types of programs are most successful. Bibliography lists 12 sources.


A 15 page paper. There are different forms of redemption identified in the original Greek text. These are explained with examples. The paper then moves on to present dozens of examples of redemption in the Old and New Testaments. The examples are explained. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

Planning for Sufficient Public Housing

A 7 page paper discussing considerations for the city council of a fictitious city of 250,000 as the council embarks on a five-year study of zoning to control urban sprawl in the economically healthy and rapidly-growing city. The paper uses the example of the decay of downtown Detroit and sprawl into outlying suburban areas as an example of what to avoid. The paper discusses how changes in zoning laws and allowing private developers downtown areas could have benefited the city, using Portland, Oregon as a positive example. Bibliography lists 6 sources.


This 5 page creative essay gives two examples of the use and importance of sensory detail in the telling of a story. The first example is that of a romantic nature and the second example is that of a house burning down. Bibliography lists 0 sources.


This 8 page paper provides an example study on deviance in respect to the homeless. Several New York homeless are interviewed in this illustration of how information should be gathered. Examples of actual homeless situations are noted in a section which reports on relevant published materials. The actual situations are compared with the example interviews. Subcultural variables are discussed, and reasons for homelessness are noted. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

"Man of Straw" by Heinrich Mann

A 7 page paper which discusses how "Man of Straw," by Heinrich Mann demonstrates more about how society really works than does traditional historiography. Various examples from real life are presented as examples which illustrate how we are often in the dark about reality, save through the expressions found in first hand knowledge and fictional portrayals of real life events. These examples provide further proof that Mann's book is more informative than history books. No additional sources cited.

Examples of Letter Writing

This 5 page paper provides two basic examples of letter writing. These examples demonstrate the different approaches to outlining directions for specific scenarios, first when addressing the letter to a friend and then as an interoffice memo. This paper also provides an example of how an individual might apply ethics to the facilitation of a business meeting.

10 Dissertation Proposals

This 11 page paper has brief outline suggestions for projects or papers suitable for international accounts students. Subjects include the future of Islamic banking in the west, international environmental accounting, terrorism and accounting, the impact of cartels on profits, the role of the internet for financial management, cultural differences in accounting of different countries, risk reduction for international financial transactions and different ways of managing pensions schemes. The bibliography cites 4 sources.

Four Dissertation Proposals

This 16 page paper outlines four potential dissertations that concern accounting issues between the UK and one or more Arabic nations. The proposals have an outline question, consideration of the theoretical basis, a short literature review and a suggested schedule. The subjects are; 1. Environmental accounting in two different areas, 2. Accounting and terrorism, 3. The impact of international accounting standards on two different regions and 4. The impact of trade organisations and cartels on profits. The bibliography cites 14 sources.

Dissertation Summary

This 5 page paper provides a review of the idea, hypothesis and methodology that was used in research to assess whether or not outsourcing can reduce costs or increase the value to government services.

Interdisciplinary Social Action: A Review of Four Dissertations

This is a 4 page paper that provides an overview of interdisciplinarity in social work. The particular example of Black churches responding to the AIDS epidemic is utilized. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Introduction for Dissertation to Assess if there is a Correlation between Hedging and Airline Profitability

This 4 page paper is an introduction for a project to assess whether or not there is a positive correlation between airlines which undertake fuel hedging and profit levels. The introduction provides justification for the research to take place and identifies qualitative and quantitative research questions. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

Do Employers Treat Labor As Commodities

A 3 page paper. This essay discusses a question posed in a book by Skousen who reports statements by Paul Krugman, Nobel economist, who said capitalism is inhumane and it treats labor as a commodity. Bill Marriott strongly argued that this is not true, at Marriott, associates (employees) are placed first, above all else. An example of a company that treated an employee as a disposable commodity is provided as are examples of companies who view their employees as the most important ingredient in their success. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

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