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  • Care Worker Role

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    of this essay I will be discussing my understanding of the role of a social care worker. My chosen area of discussion is the role of a social care worker working with children in care. As part of my research on this topic I have interviewed a third year student who has completed a placement in this area. To fully understand the role of a social care worker in this area I think it is necessary to understand the background on what is social care work, a social care worker a brief description of the

  • Norse Mythology Analysis

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    This essay will discuss the role that female figures play in the Old Norse Mythic Complex. This essay in particular will look at the poems, Skírnismal (Lay of Skirnir), Völuspá (The Seeress’s Prophecy) and Þrymskviða (The Lay of Thrym). What is most interesting about the roles the female figures of Old Morse Mythology is the often unconventional roles they play. We would think that in a society that is largely patriarchal especially that of a Viking society, who uses an excess of masculinity in its

  • Language Acquisition Theories

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    This essay will compare and contrast two theories of second language acquisition. The two theories in my discussion are the behaviourist theory and the cognitivist theory. Both theories will be explained in terms of how language is learned, the origin of errors, error -treatment and the strength and weaknesses of each theory. The behaviourist theory is a learning theory influenced greatly by the psychologist B.F.Skinner. This theory claims that language or behaviour is learned when an individual

  • The Importance Of Performance In Art

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    documentations, and the belief in the archive as repository of live performance memory, fails to acknowledge the full extent of the memorial representation. For the depiction of memory as the sole trace of live performance is more than simply a description – it is not perceived by commentators such as Brook and Pavis as a problem to be overcome by employment of a better memory such as the archive: instead it is a statement that also contains a positive valuation. Eugenio Barba illustrates this: “The

  • When All Was Green Play Analysis

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    forgotten by the boy. The play aimed to engage children on the importance of the environment through the relationship between the two characters and the effects of modernization. In order to determine whether the play was engaging for children, the essay analyzed the play based on the characteristics of Children’s theatre in three aspects: character, storyline

  • One Hundred Years Of Solitude Analysis

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    Magic and Fantasy in One Hundred Years of Solitude On the 17th of April 2014 one of Colombia’s best known author Gabriel García Márquez passed away, at the respectable age of 87. In the South American continent García Márquez is affectionately known as ‘the Gabo’ or ‘the Gabito’, what is more he was the first Columbian, and only the fourth Latin American, to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982. Notably, García Márquez was a screenwriter, short-story writer, journalist, and novelist

  • Essay On Water Scarcity In Yemen

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    AIM OF THE ESSAY The main objective of the present essay is to investigate and have a thorough look at the water situation in Yemen, background, causes, facts and present some possible solutions. Coming from Yemen myself and witnessing the situation, I felt an urge to investigate and gain a broad understanding of the water situation in my country, and try to end up with a conclusion on how the situation can be address to permanently resolve the existing water scarcity issue. In this essay, I have opted

  • Li Yu Poetry Analysis

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    sufficiently comparable to Li Po’s poetry” (Qing). Undeniably, during his 42 years of life, Li Yu has pushed the aesthetic value of Chinese Ci poems to an unprecedented level, his few remaining works having been popular for over a thousand years. In this essay, I shall discuss this poet in two separate sections: the influence of Li Yu’s experience on his poetry themes, as well as the categories of his poems and his specific writing techniques. The Life of a Tragic Ruler

  • Oryx And Crake Analysis

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    Margaret Atwood is an astounding author and activist, who mainly writes dystopian-themed novels. Streaming websites like Netflix and Hulu have helped Atwood gain much more attention by turning some of her books into TV Series. She’s the beholder of one of my favorite quotes, “Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” She once stated in an interview, that her dystopian stories are “utopias gone wrong.” In my interpretation, this means her characters misuse

  • Economic Industrialization In Thailand

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    Thailand’s successful industrialization, the essay divides into seventh sections. The first one is a description of Thai economy in the Nineteenth century and the early Twentieth century. The second section is an explanation of the perspective of labour-intensive industrialization. The third section is an overview of economic development in Thailand since the end of the Second World War to the Asian economic crisis. From the fourth to sixth section, the essay will investigate causes of outstanding industrialization