544 words - 2 pagesArticleRebuttalBCOM/275September 30th, 2013University of Phoenix
Running head: ARTICLEREBUTTAL
In a recent article, published by the Globe and Mail news, and written by Gavin Jones and Stephen Jewkes (Jones & JewkesVIEW DOCUMENT
1501 words - 6 pagesArticleRebuttal: Minimum Wage
Over the years there has been much debate about raising the federal minimum wage. Some states have taken it upon themselves to set higher minimum wages than the federal minimum wage, because of the lack of action by congress. The supporters of the raising of the federal minimum wage have been more vocal lately. This is especially true since studies have shown, that the gap has grown between the wealthier population, and the middle class.
Recently President Obama, because of the lack of effort and action by congress, has used executive action to implement the raising of the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour for new federal contracts, effective 2015. ThisVIEW DOCUMENT
1181 words - 5 pagesCollege Sororities: Rebuttal of Evan Wright’s Article, Sister Act
Walking around a university’s campus any day of the week, one sees an array of Greek letters worn proudly by young men and women in the Greek system. Fraternities and sororities play a big part in a university. The Greek system can also be an easy target to direct criticism. There are those who oppose the Greek system and those who embrace it. Evan Wright opposes the Greek system in his article “Sister Act” that was featured in Rolling Stone Magazine. He uses examples from students at Ohio State University in Columbus to show his disapproval of the way sororities are now days. He portrays sorority girls as cattyVIEW DOCUMENT
870 words - 3 pages have obligations to help sick
Backing is the fourth term in Toulmin’s argument model. The backing in the
argument explains why the warrant is valid. Backing is the evidence and facts that
support the warrant. The backing in this article, explains that “The US Supreme Court
Justices’ concurring opinions supported the right of all Americans to receive quality
palliative care (Emanuel LL, CF von Gunten, and FD Farris 5).
The fifth term or component to Toulmin’s argument is the rebuttal. Rebuttal is the
counter argument or the challenges the argument may face. The rebuttal in this article,
is that with modern technology and medicine, physiciansVIEW DOCUMENT
1094 words - 4 pages because he doesn’t take into consideration that there are many more people who ride in automobiles than there are people who smoke. These are good examples of both his strengths and weaknesses in the article.
In this rebuttal, the author uses one of his warrants, or values, (McFadden 22) to connect the evidence to the claim. This warrant is freedom (Brimelow 141). Brimelow says people have the freedom to smoke if the please. He assumes that everyone values freedom. Values add a lot to an argument by touching the readers’ emotional side. This technique makes the argument seem more personal. It is a strength to the argument because the value of freedom is something that most allVIEW DOCUMENT
1025 words - 4 pages most important thing to understand about backing is, it is not always necessary. One only needs to include backing for their warrant if the audience does not accept the argument. Wilson must be writing to an audience that agrees with him, because he does not need to include backing in the article. According to the Toulmin model warrant and backing always work together in a paper. The most important thing to remember is that backing is not always necessary.
Once the warrant and, if necessary, backing are completed the next step is to consider the conditions of rebuttal. The conditions of rebuttal may also be referred to as counterarguments. This is the point in the paper where oneVIEW DOCUMENT
1071 words - 4 pagesCritique of “Thank You for Smoking…?”
“Thank You for Smoking…?” is an article written by Peter Brimelow about the benefits of smoking. Brimelow provides some very clear points which are well addressed. Even though I do not agree with the subject that “smoking, in a way, is good for you,” (141) I think Peter Brimelow did a thorough job of making his opinions credible to the reader.
Major Claim and Grounds
This essay is a good example of a deductive essay because it moves from generalizations to specific instances (McFadden, 2003). It does this by stating the major claim that smoking, in some small ways, can be good for people. The major claim is a statement of factVIEW DOCUMENT
695 words - 3 pagesThe New England Wire and Cable (NEWC) present a situation that was quite possibly very common amongst many towns and smaller cities in the United States during the mid-1980s to the early 1990s. As large corporations with new technology swept across the country, small town American and its legacy manufactures and companies struggled to keep pace. This case study references the New England Wire and Cable Company that in some ways was resistant to change. John P. Kotter article, Why Transformation Efforts Fail, outlines eight classic errors that are made in the transformation process. Likewise, Kotter’s article also outlines eight steps that could spearhead transformation within anVIEW DOCUMENT
1099 words - 4 pages, British Columbia---The Rebuttal
The second addition that the article needs would be the rebuttal against the claims made against polygamy that would help readers understand the divide and presumably make them well informed about this controversial issue. For this section, the essay will bring forth the points of scholars such as, Lori. Lori argues that, “My concern is that stories of abuse overshadow stories of women who have chosen to live in polygamous relationships who are not abused.” (Lori, 44) She argues that Polygamy may not be inherently abusive and certain claims against it may be farfetched. Part of the reason for the anti-polygamy views dominance is the media as well, whichVIEW DOCUMENT
1163 words - 5 pagesDrug Legalization
Drug legalization has become a great issue among Americans for many years, and there have also been those that try to stop that legalization. The article, “Legalizing Drugs is Not the Solution” by Gerald W. Lynch, has a good argument based on facts and incidents that have occurred from drug use. In this article a person thinks twice about what they are really doing when they use drugs, and it is clear as to why legalizing drugs would not be a logical solution
As spoken in this essay about the legalization of drugs and its bad effects, Lynch uses a lot of relevance and sufficiency throughout his piece. Relevance is the appropriateness of his evidence to theVIEW DOCUMENT
884 words - 4 pages doubt I believe his logic is imprecise and his arguments are unsound. Skipping to the article at hand, in Descartes sixth meditation he establishes himself as a mind/body dualist, which means he believes the mind and body to be two distinct and different substances. His argument for this includes highly insufficient data and his hypothesis for how the mind and body interact, if they are two distinct substances, is wishful thinking at best.In his sixth meditation, Rene Descartes gives reasoning for why he believes the mind and body to be two distinct substances. The argument is as follows:(1) When I think of my mind, I can't distinguish parts of it.(2) IVIEW DOCUMENT
1483 words - 6 pages article.Example bias:But we can reinforce the lesson that if you dont learn English, you cant be a full participant in American life.Is the authors argument good/bad, valid/invalid, or strong/weak? Explain.The authors work is strong in support for English as the official language of the United States. They both do a great job explaining their position and offering a rebuttal to their point.Are any non-factual issues addressed? Is moral, legal, or aesthetic reasoning included? Explain.I think that both the writers of this article are using moral judgment to set up their position. It appears that in the rearing years they were given a foundationVIEW DOCUMENT
913 words - 4 pages>. This article is appropriately entitled "Pro"� which represents Mr. Perry's stance on the issue. Daniel Perry is the executive director of the nonprofit Alliance for aging research and the chairman of the Patient's Coalition for Urgent Research. He represents over thirty-five groups that support federal funding of stem cell research. Despite his Pro position Perry's tone is relatively calm and civil. He keeps the article rather informative and speaks his mind without being very offensive. Perry includes the opposing view as well to balance the article and allow for somewhat of a rebuttal. By offering a sincere, strait forward, and truthful view of his beliefs Perry hasVIEW DOCUMENT
772 words - 3 pages on a list at an American Communist Party meeting. The CBS station was playing the “watchdog” for the public because, “for Murrow, journalism was a public service (Sasanow, 3).”
In the film, there were some “limitations” set of the media’s ability to serve as the “watchdog”. Although the show was still allowed to run, after McCarthy’s rebuttal to Murrow’s attacks he was only allowed to have five more shows. This was done to try to protect CBS from losing its license to air.
The article, “Murrow, McCarthy and the media frontier analyzed” discusses how the media is fulfilling its “watchdog” function today. The article argues that although we have had so much social and technologicalVIEW DOCUMENT
1236 words - 5 pages competition to reduce fair prices. The issues with regard to budget cuts in first world nations has a profound impact on less fortunate third world and other dependent countries; This is especially true with regard to human development and sustainability programs sponsored by wealthier nations. In the article "The real-world effects of budget cuts" by Michael Gerson an argument and reality check is imposed on inconceivable and in the author's mind irrational withdrawal of capital on life supporting programs. The author also makes a personal appeal especially for those of us who believe in the ideology of pro-life.
Though Mr. Gerson is an experienced and seasoned bureaucrat and has also served onVIEW DOCUMENT
566 words - 2 pages mentioned in the article. "In 1981, ninety-one police officers were killed in the line of duty in this country. Seven percent of those arrested in the cases that have been solved had a previous arrest for murder" (485). And "in new York city in 1976 and 1977, eighty-five persons attested for homicide had a previous arrest for murder" (485-486).Rebuttal - There are many objections about the capital punishment; however, there are two of them that are the most strongest. The first argument against the death penalty is that "an innocent person might be executed" (485). And the second objection is that "capital punishment cheapens the value of human life" (486). In short, the opposition fights for the death of those murders. Koch describes in the following sentence, "So it´s not the method that really troubles opponents. It´s the death itself they consider barbaric." (484), concluding that the death penalty is "barbaric." (484).VIEW DOCUMENT
1091 words - 4 pages engineered crops have cost U.S. farmers and taxpayers $12 billion since they were introduced” could be used as a rebuttal to the Tribune’s claim that the measure would cost millions of dollars for enforcement. Added sentences explaining each argument set forth by the author of the article would have strengthened the argument against proponent rebuttals. For example, “Measure Q would prohibit development in SLO County of medicines like insulin used by diabetics, and treatments such as for cancer, AIDS/HIV, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease” could have been included to explain why the banning of lab research would be a problem. I feel that my decision to vote against the measure was the right choice, but I do not think that this article could convince me if I was undecided or for Measure Q.
 The Facts about GE. Yes! on Measure Q Health. 30 Nov. 2004
 Measure Q goes too Far. Citizens for a Sustainable Future-No on Q. 30
Nov. 2004 <http://www.noonq.com>.
2534 words - 10 pages altered it slightly.Landauer, Adam. "Victims Families Speak Out Against the Death Penalty." Dallas News 25 February 2010: 1, Print.This article uses a story about a father who lost his son and still doesn't support capital punishment. I will be using this as a pain point in my rebuttal paragraph, as an example that families don't think that death will bring them justice. It comes as a first person quote from the father as he tells the story of his son being killed, and then what he did and how he felt afterwards. It is a really sad story, and I believe it will work nicely at the end of my paper.Liptak, Adam. "Does Death PenaltyVIEW DOCUMENT
1885 words - 8 pages could not but write my report about what I thought of a very “enlightening” article:
1. Objective analysis.
Maureen L Condic’s “Getting stem cells rights” serves to emphasize the ethical part of stem cells research as it tries to ground the whole debate and market a new prospect of an embryonic stem cell called the induced pluripotent stem cells. The author clearly supports the latter and wishes to completely focus all research on it and forget about the “unethical” embryonic stem cell research.
She took to pen to 1) present this new prospect 2) rebuttal the response of present embryonic stem cell researchers, and 3) completely support the new IPSC research as a call for action to endVIEW DOCUMENT
780 words - 3 pages house work and taking care of children. Pink was furious and wrote a letter to the editor disagreeing with the article, signing it "Lonely Orphan Girl." The editor was impressed and asked (via the newspaper) for Lonely Orphan Girl to come forth. The next day Pink went to the Pittsburg Dispatch building and her first article was a rebuttal to QO's piece. Her grammar was less than perfect, but she landed the job and a new name: Nellie Bly.
Nellie focused her attention on women's rights issues and the lives of ordinary people. She was the inventor of investigative reporting and an expert at under-cover work. She posed as a poor sweatshop worker to expose the cruelty and grim conditionsVIEW DOCUMENT
830 words - 3 pages claim stronger. Mentioning the decrease in not only executions but also convictions, as done so in the Steiker & Steiker article, establishes credibility and knowledge on the subject, Amnesty International’s warrant that capital punishment is immoral and unnecessary follows suit with the claim and data, tying them all-together which in turn forms a defined argument. This type of warrant, I think, would be considered common ground between the author and their intended audience because it ties the reasons of the claim and support together by being consistent with the point of view. I noticed that the Tew article lacked a rebuttal and instead just plowed ahead with its opposition of theVIEW DOCUMENT
1180 words - 5 pagesRebuttal of Peter Brimelow’s, “Thank You for Smoking…?”
Have you ever been in a room full of people who are smoking? Have you ever questioned why they would put their health as well as yours in jeopardy by smoking? Did you ever think smoking could be good for you? Peter Brimelow says just that in his article “Thank You for Smoking…?” In Brimlow’s article, he explains all the health benefits smoking can provide you. Such evidence as that of D.M Warbutton, a British researcher who said that smoking stimulates alertness, dexterity, and cognitive capacity(141). Citing a number of scientific journals, Brimlow has also found that smoking can reduce the risk of developingVIEW DOCUMENT
2524 words - 10 pages): 22.MasterFILE Premier. Web. 17 Feb. 2014.
This article gives examples and comparisons on the effects of electronic records in medicine. This source covers the effects of new implications on staff as well as the potential of putting patient privacy at risk. There are quality examples and statements available throughout. This was a great source for information to use as a rebuttal in my argument.
Boughton, Barbara. "Family Matters: Genetic Testing for Inherited Cancer Syndromes.” Cancer Fighters Thrive Magazine. N.p., 01 Jan. 0001. Web. 16 Feb. 2014.
The article is about the personal effect genetic testing has on families and the technology used. This source has specific details on the newVIEW DOCUMENT
2030 words - 8 pages parties’ failure to rouse and excite potential voters and get them to the polls is lowering voter turnout (Greenberg, and Page, 2009). Case in point, turnout in midterm congressional elections are substantially lower than turnout in presidential elections. Since 1960 the mean turnout in presidential elections is proximately 55 percent, while over the same period turnout in midterm elections is approximately 41 percent (Hill, 2006, 94). Mark Franklin and Diana Evans article on voter turnout argue that turnout in congressional midterm elections is lower because they are “second order” elections that choose officials to a level of government that is not directly responsible for governing the nationsVIEW DOCUMENT
851 words - 3 pages goods and services from producers to consumers. (http://www.search.eb.com.ezproxy.apollolibrary.com/eb/article-9109821)Ultimately, the marketing goal of a company is to anticipate consumer wants and needs, and provide the product or service while ensuring profitability. A company may have an outstanding product or service but without a strong marketing strategy to promote it, it may suffer poor sales due to lack of consumer interest. It is essential for an organization to understand the needs and wants of the end user in order to gain a competitive edge in its industry and make a sizeable profit. Once the organization has a clear picture of the market base they must advance forward andVIEW DOCUMENT
916 words - 4 pages comes from peers and subordinates alike who were birthed in a more conservative time period. When approached by these individuals on my rationale behind getting tattooed I simply explain to each of them the importance of each one and what it symbolizes for me. The normal response I tend to receive is, “If the U.S Army wanted you to have tattoos, they would’ve made it mandatory when enlisting.” My rebuttal is always to the extent of, “My tattoos in no way, shape or form affect my role in accomplishing my job or mission, my tattoos are visible but they do not define or characterize who I am as a person.”
In today’s world, society seems all too comfortable at passing judgment on things theyVIEW DOCUMENT
2193 words - 9 pages Activity: Work Culture Preferences Write a paper of no more than 350 words discussing the results of your Career Plan Building Activity: Work Culture Preferences. Reflect on your results.
• How can knowing your ideal work culture help you in determining appropriate channels for communication? • What do your results tell you about how you communicate? What steps will you take to improve the quality of your messages? Note. If you have already completed this Career Activity, please use your results to fulfill this assignment.
Individual Due day 7 2
Locate an article on a controversial subject where the author makes an argument you do not agreeVIEW DOCUMENT
1280 words - 5 pagesIt is very easy to get the information from the media in this current society, but it is difficult to distinguish that whether it is right or wrong. There are many different perspectives and thoughts on the same issue, such as global warming. To choose which argument is true is up to the people. These days, many people take on a very serious subject, global warming, and they argue whether it is worth to worry about future or not. While many people consume an excess of energy that produces carbon dioxide, the issue of global warming becomes more critical. Since global warming is a severe problem in the world, Bill McKibben wrote the article about the climate change, “The Reckoning.” He tellsVIEW DOCUMENT
847 words - 3 pages that your job as a writer is to convince people in a coherent way about an issue. A writer must describe the subject of the essay/article/paper in some detail according to he/she thinks the reader should know. Writers usually provide only enough information to allow their readers to accept their judgement. The emphasis therefore is on the authoritative voice of the writer. In case of an essay or a paper a writer must assert himself by making a definitive judgement. This judgement should be the writer's thesis sentence. The other entire paragraph should seek to prove the thesis.A thesis statement tellsVIEW DOCUMENT
787 words - 3 pages to work hard on class work, because the faster they complete the assignment, the quicker they can be released to play. In the future, these students will become more attentive to school in the future and more successful as adults.
For this proposal to work, the school board will have to agree to its standards. Every rebuttal will have to be considered when finding the perfect setup to this proposal. For example, teachers will expect more money for working extra hours. This is a problem that can be looked over, because a few pennies here and there do not outweigh the benefits of the betterment of
children. Furthermore, the school board and parents have to be convincedVIEW DOCUMENT
771 words - 3 pages countries that are more forward in their thinking, as well as supportive of their efforts. What is exciting and promising research appears to be stuck in political quicksand. Some argue that the human cost of this research is way out of line; the fertility drugs too risky, women should not be "egg farms", and out of all the embryos, only thirty embryos were farmed for a week, to produce only one stem cell line. The rebuttal for this comes from R. Alta Charo, an associate dean of law at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, who said she sees no problem with the way the studies are done. "We're talking about drugs thatVIEW DOCUMENT
2353 words - 9 pagesYOUR ASSIGNMENTYou will read the satirical essay "The Lowest Animal" by Mark Twain and write an essay in rebuttal of Mark Twain's "The Lowest Animal". In this essay you must defend the human race as civilized, empathetic, caring beings.You have one hour and thirty minutes. That allows 30-45 minutes to read the essay and 45 min-1 hour to formulate your thoughts and write 400 words. It is an easy and entertaining read. Be confident, calm down, read this and write. IF….and ONLY IF….you are working (aka not talking, googling, etc…) I will extend this 30VIEW DOCUMENT
1111 words - 4 pagesrebuttal to his own article. This shows that his intent is not to “fight fire with fire” by ignoring the opposing viewpoint, but to keep the debate civil and mature.
As such, unbiased knowledge-seeking individuals will not be disappointed by this article; its main purpose is to inform, even though it may appear to persuade in a rather dogmatic fashion at times. Like his tone, Isaak's purpose may be up for interpretation depending on the reader's point of view. Evolutionists may see it as information in the form of “ammunition” for a debate. Creationists could interpret it as more persuasive, but probably not an all-out catalyst for conflict, since the author expertly avoids potentialVIEW DOCUMENT
794 words - 3 pagesPlease treat this transmission as the University of Massachusetts Boston’s hereinafter Respondent, response to Stephanie S. Smiths, hereinafter Complainant rebuttal statement dated April 22, 2011 to Respondent’s position statement dated March 29, 2011.
The Respondent denies the allegations of discrimination by the Complainant and asserts that the Complainant chose to forego the University’s internal complaint process in favor of filing a union grievance relating to discrimination and prior to completing the process resigned from her position with the Respondent.
The complainant raises the following issues regarding her employment with the Respondent that she contends rise to theVIEW DOCUMENT
764 words - 3 pagesJindal Moves to Strip Food Stamps from Abusers:
This article provides the argument that the Governor of Louisiana, Governor Jindhal, plans to charge the recipients of food stamp benefits in his county with fraud is justified if they abused the system during a mechanical shut down. Apparently when the food stamp system shut down, it no longer recognized the available balance on benefit cards. As a result, active participants were not only allowed to use their cards for an unrestricted amount well beyond their available limit, but those who were no longer active participants were allowed to use their cards for an unrestricted amount as well.
The governor’s administration is suggesting thatVIEW DOCUMENT
873 words - 3 pages all bills to raise revenues. The Senate has sole power to try all impeachments. The other powers of Congress are outlined in section 8 of Article I of which taxes, coining money the power to raise Armies and maintain a Navy and the power to declare war are the most notable.
All votes by either House on any question shall be by Yeas and Nays and as such be entered into that Houses Journal. All legislation must pass both Houses be for going to the President for his approval/signature and before becoming law. This in it’s self is a significant check and balance within the legislative branch. However the use of deeming a bill passed rather than a recorded vote has significantly eroded theseVIEW DOCUMENT
1665 words - 7 pages Organized
The final author, Frederick T. Martens is Director of Security at Claridge
Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey. He was, at one time, Executive Director of the
Pennsylvania Crime Commission, and Lieutenant Supervisor of the New Jersey
State Police organized crime unit.
All three authors are well-respected authorities in the field of organized
crime, therefore their opinions do deserve some weight when voiced in the
matter of organized crime and Donald Cressey. Although the articles are in
direct contrast with one another, each authors' opinion must be considered
before refuting it.
The article composed by Albini is a critical evaluationVIEW DOCUMENT
1164 words - 5 pages soon moved to a modest home in Pittsburgh. Elizabeth took on the responsibility of helping to raise her siblings. Elizabeth’s mother remarried, in an attempt to better the lives of her children. However, her husband was very abusive to the family so a divorce was soon carried out. Elizabeth wanted to help her family financially, and so at the vulnerable age of eighteen, she decided to go out and look for work. She soon discovered that only very low-paid occupations were available to women. This discouraged her greatly, although with her great imagination, it would not be long before she was making her mark on the world.
In 1885, she read an article in the town newspaperVIEW DOCUMENT
1467 words - 6 pages used affirmatively and this can be seen in “A Response to Bill Joy and the Doom-and-Gloom Technofuturists”.
“A Response to Bill Joy and the Doom-and-Gloom Technofuturists” by John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid, is a rebuttal to Bill Joy’s article that takes an optimistic side to technology in the future. John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid are able to point out the weaknesses in Bill Joy’s article discussing how, “[i]n Joy’s vision … there’s a recognizable tunnel vision that leaves people out of the picture and focuses on technology in splendid isolation. This vision leads . . . to . . .doom-and-gloom scenarios” (Brown, Duguid 127). This tunnel vision of the adverse side of technology thatVIEW DOCUMENT
1112 words - 4 pages artist paying six dollars may exhibit.
Mr. Richard Mutt sent in a fountain. Without discussion this article disappeared and never was exhibited.
What were the grounds for refusing Mr. Mutt’s fountain:--
1. Some contended it was immoral, vulgar.
2. Others, it was plagiarism, a plain piece of plumbing.
Now Mr. Mutt’s fountain is not immoral, that is absurd, no more than a bath tub is immoral. It is a fixture that you see every day in plumbers’ show windows.
Whether Mr. Mutt with his own hands made the fountain or not has no importance. He CHOSE it. He took an ordinary article of life, placed it so that its useful significance disappeared under the new title and point of view—created aVIEW DOCUMENT
1034 words - 4 pages plates attached to caudal surfaces of thoracic ribs (Fisher et al). Timothy Rowe of University of Texas explains that the suggest heart object might have been preserved through “saponified anaerobic burial conditions” and then “permineralized by goethite as iron-bound oxygen in the muscular walls contacted groundwater during early diagenesis” (Rowe). This is significant because if it was in fact a heart, and a single systemic aorta was present, then the dinosaur could have been swifter and more active than previously thought because it would have a higher metabolism.
In simple terms, the discovery was of a stone concretion inside the dinosaur’s ribcage. The original article inVIEW DOCUMENT
2113 words - 8 pages speech of another group, and in all cases leads to the subordination and inequality of women as a whole.
The theories and thoughts stated prior were that of MacKinnon, and vary greatly from my opinions. Before I give my rebuttal I will try to philosophize MacKinnon’s article. She starts the article with a thought of natural law. This gives validity for me deeming MacKinnon as a natural law theorist. Aquinas would agree with her in the idea that pornography is not right. She can also be justified, in a utilitarian manner, by stating that pornography is immoral, based solely on the fact that it is more harmful than useful.
All of this seems pointless to me though. Maybe I see thingsVIEW DOCUMENT
888 words - 4 pages and started her first job as a journalist. Pink's first article was a rebuttal to Wilson's sexist piece on the "women's sphere." When Madden decided to make Pink a permanent member of his staff, he needed to come up with a pen name for her, because it was improper for a woman to write for a newspaper and make her identity known to the public. After several suggestions from the newsroom workers, Madden chose Nellie Bly, the title character in the song "Nelly Bly" written 35 years earlier by Stephen Collins Foster.
Nellie Bly then moved on to New Yorks New York World where her first assignment was to report on the life inside the Women's Lunatic Asylum on Blackwell's Island. ThisVIEW DOCUMENT
895 words - 4 pages America and influence them to start smoking. This campaign now known as the Truth campaign was responsible for preventing about 300,000 youth from becoming smokers between 2000 and 2002. They run shocking television advertisements in attempts to get the attention of the millions of Americans who are pressured to smoke everyday. The Truth anti-smoking campaign is not the only corporation acting against the harmful effects cause by smoking. In 1952 Readers Digest wrote an article on the possible health concerns that cigarettes may cause. The Big Tobacco companies issued a mandatory statement that all cigarettes must come with filters to screen out the tar by product of the tobaccoVIEW DOCUMENT
1059 words - 4 pagesAbortion, a battle that'll rage through this century, right or wrong, good or bad, religion or science? Well I'm here to capture the essence of the other side of the battlefield where I'm debating for abortion.THIS IS A REBUTTAL: The text I'm referring to is given on this link, it might be helpful to go there and read that article first.http://www.cheathouse.com/essay/essay_view.php/p_essay_id/34335This is an article called abortion by Droberts: http://www.cheathouse.com/user/user_view.php?p_user_id=156145A note to the people out there....*sarcasm* is a language of the future. =PWell for starters the whole world ain't religious. Don't take me wrong mateVIEW DOCUMENT
1307 words - 5 pages tests are used in classrooms all throughout America, and many people have their own opinions about the ability of tests to reflect the true learning capabilities of our children. Two opposing articles on this subject appeared in At Issue (2012), a book which was published by Greenhaven Press. In “Standardized Tests Effectively Measure Student Achievement,” an article within this book, Herbert Walberg, who has taught at Harvard University as well as the University of Illinois at Chicago for a total of thirty-five years, argues that standardized tests adequately measure student achievement. In contrast, Phillip Harris, Bruce Smith, and Joan Harris’s article, “Standardized Tests Do NotVIEW DOCUMENT
2023 words - 8 pagesThe New England Wire and Cable (NEWC) present a situation that was quite possibly very common amongst many towns and smaller cities in the United States during the mid-1980s to the early 1990s. As large corporations with new technology swept across the country, small town American and its legacy manufactures and companies struggled to keep pace. This case study references the New England Wire and Cable Company that in some ways was resistant to change. John P. Kotter’s article, Why Transformation Efforts Fail, outlines eight classic errors that are made in the transformation process. Likewise, Kotter’s article also outlines eight steps that could spearhead transformation within anVIEW DOCUMENT
1198 words - 5 pages one think it's worth the price of 7.25. First of if we raise the minimum wage it will motivate people to take these jobs that illegal immigrants take. Secondly it will also help the government fight another issue; that is illegal immigration and reduce unemployment. Finally, it would put some more money into the treasury of the government. People obtaining the new jobs will help the government acquire additional tax paying citizens. Paying taxes helps the economy as well, if we did not have it the government will not have money to help new businesses, build, provide help or assistance, or protect communities and the nation. In an article form Auerback , " minimum wage increase will helpVIEW DOCUMENT
2152 words - 9 pages evidence. Highlighting this common response to the controversy of evolution, the Baptist Quarterly attacked Darwin's theory of evolution, by introducing the case of the elephant, "Without then, in any way limiting Almighty power, if an elephant was created without progenitors, the first elephant must in some way or the other have physically arrived on earth.", suggesting that the existence of elephants contradicted with evolution, as where in the first place could elephants have come from other than an all mighty creator, there were no other akin animals that it could have evolved from (Scientific Dogmatism 2). The article goes on to further state "No one has ever observed the phenomenon of theVIEW DOCUMENT
981 words - 4 pagesShould performance enhancing drugs be allowed in sports?Performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) are currently prohibited in leading competitive sports around the world. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), brings about the notion that the spirit of the sport is a celebration of the human spirit, body and mind and that doping is fundamentally contrary to what is intrinsically valuable about sport (World Anti-Doping Agency, 2003).The article, 'Why we should allow performance enhancing drugs in sport', written by J Savulescu, B Foddy and M Clayton is in directVIEW DOCUMENT