Essay on Academia

Bell Hooks Analysis

By continuing her education at Stanford bell hooks experienced things that only an education can provide, from different social status to keeping ties with her community and her heritage even though she went far in her studies. Education changed bell hooks life in many ways from the experiences at Stanford having her values collide with […]

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Luapnus – 565 words – College

Lahore (2004) summarized it section by section. Nevertheless, the content of each section is in disproportion. As section A and C are very concise, while section B and D are rather spreading out. The language of the summary is objective and succinct, and limited neutral verbs are used for statement clarification (such as “explains” on […]

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Plagiarism and Its Effect on Academic Integrity

Plagiarism is a widely growing epidemic in today’s world, from school to the corporate workplace. With the risks and consequences associated with plagiarism, it is confusing as to why so many people take the chance. Plagiarism is the act of directly copying someone else’s words and/or work and passing it off as your own for […]

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Learning – 721 words – College

This assignment will demonstrate a written reflective account highlighting how learning has progressed through the year. As part of this reflection I will have one written assignment from semester one and demonstrating an understanding of the tutor feedback. The assignment will also state how learning is influenced further. This will be done by reflecting upon […]

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Executive retreat

This case is talking about an executive retreat. It was introduced by John Matthews who was a executive had been selected to attend the two-and-a-half-week retreat. The retreat was more like a competition about academic and athletic. The team members should not only get know each other and cooperate with teammates but also need to […]

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Academic Integrity in a Cultural Context

“Integrity is the essence of everything successful” (Buckminster Fuller 2014) Corruption can be considered a major threat to social development, as well as to sustainability. It can spread like an epidemic, and when it does, it can cause the destruction of society in all fields, leaving communities without moral principle, shriveling up wheels of development […]

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