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  • Jun 22 2021

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    ‘Fake News’“false or misleading content presented as news and communicated in formats spanning spoken, written, printed, electronic, and digital communication.” Media scholar Nolan Higdon Misinformation or ‘fake news’ has been rife in recent years. Have you ever wondered why people persist in believ...

  • October 6 2020

      Determine what to write about. This is the subject of the essay. For younger children, determining the topic is sufficient, while for older children and college students, it is necessary to refine it to a thesis or dissertation acknowledgements.   Identify the reason for writing. Students should ...

  • October 5 2020

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    “The book to read is not the one that thinks for you, but the one that makes you think.” – Happer Lee Literature review is often considered by researchers to be one of the toughest aspects of paper writing. Literature review begins with searching for and finding of relevant papers to cite in suppor...

  • August 30 2020

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    Which of these personas reflect your situation regarding your use of social media as a researcher or an academic? First case: You have realized the use of social media and deploy a number of them. However, because of time constraints, you are unable to maximize the use of these tools effectively and...

  • August 25 2020

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    In order to create a persuasive text, we need first to create solid arguments that will form part of the rhetoric of our discourse (find how writers from meowessay.com do that), and will serve to present certain reasoning that demonstrates what we say and serves to convince the speaker or reader. Th...

  • August 25 2020

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    In the post-modern age we inhabit we often assume data to be a product of indisputable fact. However, this is not always the case and errors and gaps regarding data biases can occur. As events such as Brexit have presented, people are becoming increasingly suspicious of data as a consequence, bringi...

  • August 19 2020

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    In the Summer of 2018, I undertook a course in Germany called Reproductive Justice. This turned out to be my favourite course of my whole degree. Within this blogpost I will explore the reasons behind why reproductive justice is so essential to the lives of many women, and particularly women of colo...

  • August 6 2020

    In today's consumer-driven world, ensuring consistent high-quality beef is necessary. In Irish beef farming, cattle spend up to 8-months annually at pasture, however, in winter the feed can vary depending on the farm. Highly trained sensory panellists can pick out a wide range of flavours in beef de...

  • August 4 2020

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    As discussed in the podcast with Lucy Nichol on mental health, which can be accessed here https://anchor.fm/scientistt/episodes/Lucy-Nichol-Tackling-the-Stigma-of-Mental-Health-efllt9/a-a2gtco2, there is a large stigma attached to mental health. There are many contextual variables that account for w...

  • July 28 2020

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    When we think of the Black Lives Matter movement often many stereotypes come to mind; some more useful than others. A common reoccurring theme surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement seems to revolve around the theme of anger.   When we think of anger, less useful stereotypes can often come to m...

  • June 8 2020

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    Unless you have been living under a rock, you are all probably aware of the terrible and barbaric murder of George Floyd, known as ‘Big Floyd’ to his friends and family. News surfaced around his murder when a video of him emerged being cruelly detained and restricted by police, despite shouting he c...