Month: July 2015 (Page 1 of 2)

Historical Essay

American_Constitution_EssayPaper instructions:

As depression struck the new nation in the mid-1780s, new questions arose about the nature of American democracy. Many conservatives believed that the answer lay in a stronger national government. Most radicals believed it was up to the states to relieve the financial burden of the people. These sentiments fostered a movement for a new constitution. Political differences soon stimulated the creation of political parties.

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The Objectification of Women in Popular Music

Objectification_of_Women_EssayPaper instructions:

The Sterin textbook (2014) defines media literacy as “the identification, study and analysis of all the processes involved in creating and consuming media content across all media types and platforms.” While this concept may sound simple, it is not. In today’s digital age, we are constantly inundated with media messages from a variety of sources that are deliberately trying to mold our perceptions. Continue reading

Product Usage Categories

Product_usageIn most cases, a combination of products is required in order to ensure that the consumer is fully satisfied. The various products, which are grouped together, either act as complementary or substitute goods. By consuming the products together, the customer is able to satisfy his or her demand fully (White, 2012). Continue reading

Survey of Historic Costume

survey_of_historic_costume_essayPaper instructions:

If you need a source, please use ” Survey of Historic Costume” by Phyllis G. Tortora
1: What are the major sources of information about costume in the 14th and 15th centuries? Why is more information available to the costume historian for these periods than for the earlier centuries of the middle ages? What are strengths and weaknesses of the available information? Continue reading
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