Essay Hints For Students Wed, 06 Jun 2018 12:45:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 The Role Of The USA In The World Mon, 12 Mar 2018 15:32:52 +0000 ...continue reading ]]> After the post-war euphoria, the baby-boom and the expansion of the consumer society, the USA entered a period of social and political trouble. John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, and his brother Bobby and Martin Luther King in 1968. Moreover, this nation, which is the most powerful in the world, was unable to win an unpopular war in Vietnam and faced massive opposition at home from left-wing intellectuals, militant blacks and women’s liberationists.

Pop Revolution

Against such a background, the Pop Revolution, which affected all art forms, expressed young people’s dissatisfaction with the conventional society. The Pop Revolution broke down social barriers among the young, who began to express their thoughts and feelings without inhibition. This was a major change in the pattern of the American life.

Pop art expressed a move away from Abstract art and mirrored the advanced consumerism of the American society in which new products such as electric guitars, amplifiers, freezers, and instant meals flooded ordinary life. Artists such as Andy Warhol reproduced everyday images of the American pop culture - soup cans, Coca Cola bottles, cigarette packs and comic strips.

In music, Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, two of the most prominent voices of the 60s, introduced political and social protest in their songs and expressed their views against the war in Vietnam and against racial segregation. This musical era culminated in the Woodstock concert in 1969. The Pop Revolution expressed its anti-Establishment attitude in outward appearance as well: clothes became brightly colored and Oriental, and both men and women wore their hair very long.

U.S. Today

The United States continues to struggle with the attempt to balance domestic needs and international concerns. There are economic, political, cultural as well as social problems that exist in the U.S. and abroad. For instance, how should U.S. deal with climate change? With terrorism? With poverty and inequality? With humanitarian crises? A consensus about how to deal with this issues is difficult to achieve. All in all, a healthy democracy is requiring both debate and discussion as far as values and policies are concerned. All these endeavors are shaping the place of U.S. in the world. It is worth mentioning that the universal as well as permanent truths of both human equality and liberty are kept in the U.S. by the rule of law while being reflected in its institutions and cherished by all people.

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The Importance Of Being Earnest Thu, 01 Feb 2018 15:26:22 +0000 ...continue reading ]]> Oscar Wilde’s play, The Importance of Being Earnest, is set in the English society during the turn of the Twentieth Century. At this point in English history, social class was a crucial concept in English history. There was a rigid class structure with the aristocracy controlling social standards. Other classes, such as the working class, and the developing middle class, could never become a part of the upper class. The aristocracy were a closed circle and married almost exclusively amongst themselves. The play discusses many of these issues as an importance concept.

In Victorian society, individuals focused on rigid social morality; this was particularly expected of the upper class. The upper class and aristocracy were expected to set a moral example for the lower classes. By nature of being wealthy and upper class, one was expected to also be a moral individual. However, the characters lack serious morality, including the ability to be earnest or serious. Earnestness was expected of individuals, since it was considered to be a virtue. The play’s title indicates that this was considered to be something of value; however, the play mocks itself as a trivial matter. This would not be acceptable to Victorians, who would consider this beneath their dignity.

The play also focuses on whether or not people are serious or shallow. In Act I, Algernon declares that “you must be serious about it. I hate people who are not serious about meals. It is so shallow of them”. In this manner, he indicates that one should be serious about something that really is not a serious matter. Algernon makes fun of the need for the upper class Victorians to be serious about everything. Wilde creates a play in which the characters try to be serious and staid, but truly are not. This is an indictment of upper class morality and their need to set an example for the lower classes. If anyone should be serious about meals, it would be the lower class due to their poverty. This sample is brought to you by Writing Jobz.

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5 essential things to be aware of before organizing an APA style essay outline Tue, 05 Jul 2016 10:10:29 +0000 ...continue reading ]]> Writing an APA composition is a very formal task to undertake. The instructions need to be followed exactly and the guidelines are to be maintained throughout the article, from the very title to the final word. Needless to say, the author must be very careful and aware. Certain necessary rules and regulations need to be kept in mind while scripting such a composition.

  1. Accepted format
  2. An APA style essay has a strict format that needs to be adhered to. The accepted format is:

    Title Page: This mentions the topic covered.
    Index: This is the contents page.
    Introduction: The author explains the subject matter.
    Procedure: It is an absolute must for the author to list the method followed by him so that the validity of his report can be verified.
    Results: The author scripts his findings.
    Conclusion: A discussion regarding the outcome is included.
    References: All sourced materials are cited.

  3. A strong research
  4. A good APA style essay must have a strong basis, on which, the arguments are founded. The reader must always be provided with airtight evidence to back up a certain claim made in the paper. No loopholes should exist in the composition. Scientific and factually accurate data is a key feature of a top-notch APA report and distinguishes it from other mediocre submissions, benefiting the author’s reputation. If you're having troubles with your research you might want to get help from professionals at

  5. Neat presentation
  6. An APA style report is not something to be taken lightly. It must be presented neatly and always, on time. A meticulous presentation forms a good impression on the minds of the readers and, automatically, boosts the author’s credibility. For this, proper and orderly spacing, credulous titles, highlighting the important portions via bigger fonts, and finally, proper filing is a must.

  7. Small and concise paragraphs
  8. While scripting an APA style composition, the author must always keep in mind that his paragraphs should always be compact and to the point. Using flowery language and repetition of a single point is a strict no-no. Formal and technical terms should be used as much as possible. The aim is to showcase the author’s technical knowledge of the subject and not his vocabulary.

  9. Quality matters
  10. The report should be of top quality, which is a highly relevant aspect to be taken into consideration. Instead of focusing on the quantity or length of the composition, the material being incorporated into it needs to be revised in order to produce and submit an excellent APA style report. The level of professionalism depicted in the paper determines the author’s credibility and seriousness.

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