Notes from Classmate Since this review had an in depth worksheet, I will be showing the prompts and responses. Instructions for reader: Once the author sends you this sheet and a draft, have a quick, orienting chat with your author about the items above. Then read the draft completely from beginning to end and comment [...]
Pages: 12 Global sustainability issues take on various forms and the lack of sustainable living has begun to affect our planet. The development of climate change has been a slow process to get where it is today and contrasting reactions from the general public in America have manifested as a result. Climate change and failing [...]
Classmate Review Note: Bold is what my classmate underlined, italic is what my classmate added or noted. Global sustainability issues take on various forms and the lack of sustainable living has begun to affect our planet. The development of climate change has been a slow process to get where it is today and contrasting reactions [...]
Written March 24, 2020 Annotated Bibliography Petersen, Brian, et al. “Reconceptualizing Climate Change Denial: Ideological Denialism Misdiagnoses Climate Change and Limits Effective Action.” Human Ecology Review, vol. 25, no. 2, 1 July 2019, pp. 117–141., doi:10.22459/her.25.02.2019.08. Defines what climate change denial actually is using the Marx theory of ideology and argues how this denial is due [...]
Political Systems January 18, 2019 The different typed of political systems are democratic, authoritarian and anarchic systems. Each of them are very different in their own ways. However, there are no actual examples of an anarchic system because they have never happened before. There are plenty of democratic systems and authoritarian systems though. To really [...]
Exercise 2 August 17, 2018 Instructions: Consider the following sentences. Put a star (*) after those that do not seem to conform to the rules of your grammar, that are ungrammatical for you. State, if you can, why you think the sentence is ungrammatical. a. * Robin forced the sheriff go.I think this sentence is [...]
I chose to discuss Christianity (since I was Catholic at the time). Christianity is an important theme in literature, as evidenced by the number of works that either focus solely on Christianity or allude to it in some way. Choose one work from Anglo-Saxon, Middle English, Sixteenth Century, and Seventeenth Century and explore how the author uses Christianity in his/her work.