Use ‘America’s most wanted’ as an example of ‘crime in the media’ and explain what research methods were used to gain the information and how…

Use ‘America’s most wanted’ as an example of ‘crime in the media’ and explain what research methods were used to gain the information and how…

Use ‘America’s most wanted’ as an example of ‘crime in the media’ and explain what research methods were used to gain the information and how…

Use ‘America’s most wanted’ as an example of ‘crime in the media’ and explain what research methods were used to gain the information and how…

America’s Most Wanted has been in the US media for over 20 years. It is an authentic venue of information which was begun by Adam Walsh, whose son was violently kidnapped, raped, and then murdered in the 1980’s at a very young age. Walsh’s own search for his son’s killer made him into a leader to other families whose crime stories grow cold.The importance of Walsh in the community is that, as a common citizen and not a celebrity, he set out to ask people to act like watchmen and send in tips regarding possible leads that could solve crimes. Their 1-800 Crime Watch is the line that they use to get people’s leads. The entire project is lead for the people and by the people.Walsh basically sold the idea to TV producers on behalf of his foundation, and ever he became very famous after his son’s investigation came to an end. Meanwhile, although his own crime story did not get solved, he was helping thousands of people by simply getting the tip from the people affected by crime, reporting it to the police, obtaining a mug shot (if available) and showing it to the world so that people go to the tip line and contribute. The link enclosed can give u more information.
Use ‘America’s most wanted’ as an example of ‘crime in the media’ and explain what research methods were used to gain the information and how…

What do we learn from "Of Mice and Men" about what life was like on a ranch?how do you start it

What do we learn from "Of Mice and Men" about what life was like on a ranch?how do you start it

What do we learn from "Of Mice and Men" about what life was like on a ranch?how do you start it

What do we learn from "Of Mice and Men" about what life was like on a ranch?how do you start it

Concerning ranch life in Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, I’m not sure what you mean by “it” in “How do you start it?”I can answer what we learn about life on a ranch from the novella, though.We learn:about itinerant workers who travel from job to job, to wherever there happens to be a jobthe value of saving what little money one can, the importance of raising a “stake”; how precious raising a stake is to these workers when they do it, or at least when they dream of doing itthat life on a ranch is rough and difficult; it is a hard lifethe importance of friendship in a ranch situation; the need for friendshipthat sometimes ranch life is brutal These are a few of the things we learn about ranch life in Of Mice and Men.
What do we learn from "Of Mice and Men" about what life was like on a ranch?how do you start it

I need help writing 3 paragraphs, an intrduction, body and conclusion about the role of saltbush in wool production?

I need help writing 3 paragraphs, an intrduction, body and conclusion about the role of saltbush in wool production?

I need help writing 3 paragraphs, an intrduction, body and conclusion about the role of saltbush in wool production?

I need help writing 3 paragraphs, an intrduction, body and conclusion about the role of saltbush in wool production?

To write a three paragraph essay, you first need your facts pertaining to saltbush in wool production, for instance, that “saltbush is a low capacity sub-soil water pump,” or whatever facts you have from your research. The second thing you need is your reason for writing. I’ll guess that your reason for writing is to report on the role of saltbush in wool production as opposed to proving that saltbush is harmful in wool production or essential in wool production or unsustainable in wool production, or beneficial in wool production, etc. In other words, my guess is that you are reporting on it and not offering a debatable thesis that requires proofs. If I’m correct, then your reason for writing is to inform, to state, to report.The third thing you need to know is something about wool production. You need to be able to answer “What is wool production?” You need to know the who, what, where, and when of wool production. You also need to know how saltbush connects with wool production. With the above information, you can write an Introduction, paragraph and Conclusion for saltbush in wool production. The Introduction will briefly answer “What is wool production?” [e.g., “Growing sheep’s wool, also called wool production…”]. It will also tell the who, where and when of wool production [e.g., “Growing sheep’s wool, also called wool production by the ranchers who engage in it, is a summer through spring ranching activity occurring in many climates.”]. The Introduction will also say the connection between saltbush and wool production as well as your purpose in writing as clarified above, for instance to state, to inform about or to report on. The paragraph after your Introduction will give the relevant facts that you’ve collected in your research and that you want to report, etc. Then your Conclusion will remind the reader of what you said in your Introduction but add a new reference to the information in your middle paragraph [e.g., “Wool production, a year-long activity, is connected to saltbush and produces greater yield for the ranchers.”]CAVEAT: You realize, of course, that I know nothing about saltbush in wool production, so my examples pertaining to saltbush and wool production are made up after a quick Google search. Handle with caution!
I need help writing 3 paragraphs, an intrduction, body and conclusion about the role of saltbush in wool production?

What was the impact of World War 1 on people?To be specific: American workers, African Americans, and women.

What was the impact of World War 1 on people?To be specific: American workers, African Americans, and women.

What was the impact of World War 1 on people?To be specific: American workers, African Americans, and women.

What was the impact of World War 1 on people?To be specific: American workers, African Americans, and women.

Because there were so many white men overseas or drafted into the military, there was a large demand for laborers with a limited supply.  There was virtually no immigration during the World War I years, so that source of workers had dried up too.Those white workers left behind found that it was easier to find and to keep work, and that it paid better than years previously.  We start to see the emergence of a middle class at this time, though it wasn’t widespread until the 1920s.  This labor shortage helped African-Americans also, in that they were able to leave the South if they wished, and received better pay than ever before (still less than whites though).For women, their contribution in the war industries (women were drunk or absent much less than men, and production actually rose when they were in the workforce) helped them finally win the 19th amendment and voting rights.
What was the impact of World War 1 on people?To be specific: American workers, African Americans, and women.

How Do I write a good thesis statement for Dominican Republic?basically it’s a difficult subject to write about …plus it’s for my Latin America…

How Do I write a good thesis statement for Dominican Republic?basically it’s a difficult subject to write about …plus it’s for my Latin America…

How Do I write a good thesis statement for Dominican Republic?basically it’s a difficult subject to write about …plus it’s for my Latin America…

How Do I write a good thesis statement for Dominican Republic?basically it’s a difficult subject to write about …plus it’s for my Latin America…

For one thing, if the Dominican Republic is your topic, it is far too broad for an essay. So, you need to narrow the topic by deciding upon about which aspect of the Dominican Republic you wish to write.  For instance, a unique feature of this nation is that it is one of two Caribbean islands that are occupied by two countries.  For, the western third of the island is occupied by Haiti.If you decide to examine this aspect, you can discuss the problems that arise from two different cultures.  Or, if you wish to write about another aspect, you can write about the Dominican Republic’s having become the Caribbean’s largest tourist destination.So, do the research on this country and find an aspect that appeals to you and write about this aspect.  Remember that you must narrow the topic to one idea in a thesis statement.  Your thesis contains three major points with your opinion.  If, for example, you decide to explore the tourism of the Dominican Republican, then limit this idea to three major aspects of tourism.For more helpful tips on writing, see the sites listed below.
How Do I write a good thesis statement for Dominican Republic?basically it’s a difficult subject to write about …plus it’s for my Latin America…

What is the tone of the poem "Full Moon and Little Frieda" by Ted Hughes? Is it constant or does it change?

What is the tone of the poem "Full Moon and Little Frieda" by Ted Hughes? Is it constant or does it change?

What is the tone of the poem "Full Moon and Little Frieda" by Ted Hughes? Is it constant or does it change?

What is the tone of the poem "Full Moon and Little Frieda" by Ted Hughes? Is it constant or does it change?

In the poem ‘Full Moon and Little Frieda’ by Ted Hughes, the poet spells out for us, the readers, the magic of a dusky evening, cows lowing and a huge milky moon rising after sunset. The mood is awed and hushed as if in anticipation of the majesty of the coming moon. The tone is respectful and even a little sombre at first. Then the poem swings time and space around as the little girl notices the moon, and it appears to ‘be in their face’ too – noticing father and daughter while they stare. The mood and tone change to become more urgent, more potent. The themes deal with Nature, power, time, space and the way each can mirror the other.
What is the tone of the poem "Full Moon and Little Frieda" by Ted Hughes? Is it constant or does it change?

What is the white space between paragraph 4 AND 5What is the white space between paragraph four and five?

What is the white space between paragraph 4 AND 5What is the white space between paragraph four and five?

What is the white space between paragraph 4 AND 5What is the white space between paragraph four and five?

What is the white space between paragraph 4 AND 5What is the white space between paragraph four and five?

Normally a white space, or break, in any piece of literature shows a change in setting, usually time. When you look back at the reading you are doing, see if there is some kind of time or place change.When writing a question to e-notes, it would help if you had the title of the book listed in the question. That way the editor could get a copy of the book and look up the information to be more precise.Sometimes when printing a page, before computers were used to set the print to fit the page, spaces would have to be left to balance out the page layout. Since the Great Gatsby is an older novel, and I’m not sure what the copyright is on the version you are reading, perhaps this is what happened. Hope these two ideas help you out.
What is the white space between paragraph 4 AND 5What is the white space between paragraph four and five?

What outright lies and distortions of the truth does Squealer use to prove that Snowball was a traitor from the very beginning?

What outright lies and distortions of the truth does Squealer use to prove that Snowball was a traitor from the very beginning?

What outright lies and distortions of the truth does Squealer use to prove that Snowball was a traitor from the very beginning?

What outright lies and distortions of the truth does Squealer use to prove that Snowball was a traitor from the very beginning?

Napoleon uses Squealer as essentially the propaganda machine, the propaganda newspaper for the animals – to keep them in obedience.Some more Squealer lies:In order to explain why the pigs stole the milk, Squealer said the pigs are the brains behind the function of the farm and it has been scientifically proven that pigs work better with milk and apples. (Ch. 3)In Chapter 5, Squealer tells the animals that Snowball was not a hero in the first farm defense. In Chapter 6, Squealer convinces the animals why the pigs dignity requires they sleep in the farmhouse.It is also later revealed that Squealer may have been the one altering the commandments.
What outright lies and distortions of the truth does Squealer use to prove that Snowball was a traitor from the very beginning?

In Chapter 2 of The Boy In The Striped Pajamas, why does Bruno’s Mother become nervous and afraid when she realizes Maria has overheard what she said?

In Chapter 2 of The Boy In The Striped Pajamas, why does Bruno’s Mother become nervous and afraid when she realizes Maria has overheard what she said?

In Chapter 2 of The Boy In The Striped Pajamas, why does Bruno’s Mother become nervous and afraid when she realizes Maria has overheard what she said?

In Chapter 2 of The Boy In The Striped Pajamas, why does Bruno’s Mother become nervous and afraid when she realizes Maria has overheard what she said?

This event actually happened in Chapter 4, page 40.  Even though Maria is a servant and has been working for their family for a long time, things have happened in Germany that did not allow people to speak openly in their own homes.Remember that Bruno’s father was a very powerful man in Nazi, Germany. They had even had the Fuhrer over for dinner with Eva Braun.  He had been given a very important position in the government.  It would be unthinkable for anyone from the family to say ANYTHING against the Fuhrer.  In Nazi, Germany, people were encouraged to report any anti-Nazi activity or speech to the police.  Mother did not know if Maria would report her for regretting that they entertained the Fuhrer and for criticizing her husband for being “determined to get ahead.”Bruno already said that there were other whispering maids and butlers that he did not know.   Also, Bruno already knows that he shouldn’t criticize his father.  When he says that they should go home and his father’s bedroom door opens, Bruno freezes in fear.  The other thing he is worried about is a serious talking-to, but Mother knows there is more to fear if she gets reported saying anything against the Fuhrer or the government.  She even tells Bruno, “Let’s just  hope we can come back here someday when this is all over.”
In Chapter 2 of The Boy In The Striped Pajamas, why does Bruno’s Mother become nervous and afraid when she realizes Maria has overheard what she said?

How does Boxer escape from being attacked by Napoleon’s dogs?

How does Boxer escape from being attacked by Napoleon’s dogs?

How does Boxer escape from being attacked by Napoleon’s dogs?

How does Boxer escape from being attacked by Napoleon’s dogs?

The episode you are talking about happens in Chapter 7.Boxer had been saying that he has a hard time believing that Snowball was always a traitor.  When it is pointed out that Napoleon says so, Boxer does his usual “Napoleon is always right” and that seems to be the end of it.But at the next meeting Napoleon sics the dogs on some pigs and even on Boxer.  Boxer escapes because he is so strong.  He kicks a dog and then pins it to the ground.  The other dogs run away.  Boxer could have killed the dog, but he obeys Napoleon and lets it go.
How does Boxer escape from being attacked by Napoleon’s dogs?