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The Electronic Media: Possibilities for Misinformation and Misdirection

A 5 page assertion that the electronic media is one of the most influential entities of the modern world. This paper cautions, however, that while we are most definitely better informed about current world events as a result of television and radio, we are also subject to manipulation by the media. In many ways it could be said that we are being lulled into a sense of complacency by the glowing light and ever present hum of the electronic media. This light and sound does not necessarily inform in so much as it blinds and deafens us to the realities of world events. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Korean War

A five page paper which looks at the main events of the Korean War, the treatment of POWs, the problems surrounding the armistice and the current situation between the North and South. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

The Influence of the Media in an Individual Life

This 5 page report discusses the current popular trends propagated by the electronic media and the ways such trends and the electronic media directly impact an individual's world view. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

The Sinking Of The Titanic / Controversy & Discovery

An 8 page essay on the sinking of the Titanic. The writer describes the events that occurred and how unexpected the entire tragedy was. The ensuing controversy over responsibility and specific events is analyzed through related articles. A review of findings since the Titanic's discovery during the 1990's is included as well. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

The Lessons of Flight 1307

This 6-page paper discusses the events that transpired with UPS Flight 1307 and how the National Transportation Safety Board implemented new safety procedures because of those events. There are 5 sources cited.

How Agatha Christie Employs Surprise Endings in Her Novels

A 5 page paper which examines Agatha Christie's employment of surprise endings in her murder mystery novels. Specifically considered are the novels 'The Mysterious Affair at Styles,' 'The Murder of Roger Ackroyd,' 'And Then There Were None,' and 'Curtain.' There is also a tutorial concluding paragraph which advises a student on how to structure a five-paragraph essay on this topic. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Truth in History

A 5 page paper on the essay by Edward Hallett Carr entitled, The Historian and His Facts. The essay examines some interesting points in regards to history and whether much of it is actual truth or simply an interpretation of the facts set before the historian. Carr sets the reader up to question any and all history they have ever been exposed to. While some facts may undoubtedly be true, all history is essentially someone else's account of the events. Everyone has their own perspective and analysis of any given event and this is bound to influence how history is recorded.

Arguments Against Attacking Iraq

A 7 page paper listing several reasons that the US should not attack Iraq for the purposes of deposing Saddam Hussein. While there is no question that Hussein likely is one of the most evil individuals on the planet, removing him by force opens the US to a host of other problems. Not the least of these is the view of the US as an oppressive bully, dictating to another sovereign nation how it will conduct its affairs. Though the US certainly should be able to accomplish the removal of Hussein from power, its stated objective is to dismantle Al Qaeda. Attacking Iraq likely will only have the opposite effect in giving would-be terrorists incentive for joining with the terrorist group that is not among those that Iraq formally supports. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

Self-Reflective Essay: Veterans Affairs Benefits

4 pages in length. The objective of a self-reflective essay is to look within oneself and critically contemplate the reasons why, as well as the way in which, I composed my literary composition. Reflecting back upon the original Veterans Affairs Benefits paper, it is clear how involved I became in the project; I found the topic so fascinating that I researched much more and wrote many more pages than was actually required. Indeed, the mark of a quality assignment is when the student overshoots the maximum page count because he is so busy learning. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

The Halabja Massacre

A 10 page paper. In March 1988, the Kurdish city of Halabja in Iraq was brutally attacked (by Iraqi military) with chemical bombs as well as with artillery and cluster bombs. It was not the first chemical attack against a Kurd village but it was the worst. This essay reports what happened and the subsequent denial of the event. The writer also discusses the failure of the international community to react. The essay also discusses what could be done to prevent future genocide events. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Edward Thomas’s “February Afternoon”

A 5 page analytical essay on the World War I British poem. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


This 15 page report discusses the event that is electronic commerce. Electronic commerce has emerged as a mainstream phenomena -- it is no longer the preserve of a technical elite. Fledgling companies and organizational models have developed in manufacturing and other enterprises ranging from industrial production to home crafters to bring together buyers and sellers in the new electronic market. This report looks at many of the considerations for manufacturing, discusses potential problems, and examines the potential of the online market for manufacturing concerns. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

Electronic Communication: The Single Most Important Factor in Communication Management

A 5 page discussion of the importance of electronic forms of communication. Emphasizes the critical nature of this form of communication in the business environment in particular. Effective communication in the business world can make the difference between company success or failure and the advent of electronic forms of communication to this arena of our lives has in fact had a tremendous impact on the business world. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

The World Wide Web and Education

A 5 page examination of the value of the World Wide Web in the educational environment. Discusses the advantage of ready access to thousands of resources which may or may not be available through more traditional hard sources. Emphasizes that electronic resources such as those found on the World Wide Web are preferable over print resources in that they can be easily searched and manipulated. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Billy Pilgrim On Trafamadore

A 3 page fantastical autobiographical essay on Billy's approach to his zoo experience—in Vonnegut circularity. The points raised are some of the chronological events, the science of Montana, the theme of time, and war. Written as fiction based on fact from Billy's perspective.

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