3 May 2015

Japanese folklore,legends.

3 May 2015,
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Explore a form of cultural expression (folklore, legends, religious festival, film, anime, manga, etc.) through one or two case studies or primary sources not […]


3 May 2015

Explain the differences between them, as you would if you had to explain them, to someone who had no knowledge of our bankruptcy laws

3 May 2015,
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Assignment: Types of Bankruptcy Assignment (20 points) For this assignment, research the different types of bankruptcy.  Explain the differences between them, as you would […]


3 May 2015

How these films are so different because social conditions were different at that time

3 May 2015,
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*How the Myth was made and Nanook Revisited *Memorize the list of Flaherty VS Grierson *Man with the Movie Camera and City Symphonies *propaganda […]


3 May 2015

To explore the nature of creative risk-taking in writing, compose an analysis of a piece of published nonfiction writing where writers are taking risks

3 May 2015,
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Creativity is a risky business. Being creative involves being different.  Being different can be risky because not all differences are created equal: Some differences […]


3 May 2015

Why is childhood development important to understand when it comes to parenting

3 May 2015,
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Developmental Parenting Paper Write a paper on any stage of Childhood Development that interests you (birth to age two, 2-5 years old, elementary school, […]


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