|And the Band Played On|
|6P - This paper provides a detailed overview of And The Band Played On by Randy Shilts to show that he uses an excellent blend of sociology, history, political science and biology, to provide us with the most comprehensive analysis of the historical development of the AIDS epidemic.|
|4P - The Bizarre, Absurd Quality of the Invisible Man’s Journey - This paper shows that the journey of the invisible man in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man is not only challenging, but bizarre and absurd because he lacks mudgement and tact.|
|The Book Seller of Kabul and Persepolis|
|7P,4S, APA - Gender Inequality in Afghanistan and Iran: A Comparative Analysis of The Book Seller of Kabul and Persepolis -This paper compared Asne Seierstad’s The Bookseller of Kabul and Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis to show that women in the Middle East lower status in the society, and are expected to be subservient to men.|
|Woman at Point Zero|
|3.5P - One Woman's Tale of Male Oppression in Her Egyptian/Arabic Society - This paper proves that Firdaus in Nawal El Saadawi’s Woman at Point Zero is a heroine despite being sentenced for killing a man because she symbolizes the desire of women in her society to reject male oppression and tyranny.|
|7P,4S - Baby Beloved Returns in the Spirit: Sethe's Resolution of her Inner Conflicts -This paper argues that Morrison uses this story to show that the trauma experienced during slavery lingers around for a long time and that it affects African Americans for many generations.|
|Pride and Prejudice|
|2.25P - Class and Prejudice in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice - This paper argues that Austen uses this story to show that the wealthy behave snobbish on purpose to keep people from the lower class from entering their rank|
|4P,2S - Material Success and Corruption in the 1910's and Early 1920's: A Look at Babbitt's Moral Problems - This paper argues that Sinclair's Babbitt is a satire on American life in the 1910s and 1920s, showing how Babbitt’s desire for material success causes him to lose his sense of decency and moral compass.|
|Ministerial Ethics and Etiquette|
|3P - On the Influence of Power and Authority on Pastoral Leadership in the Local Congregation in the Context of Ministerial Ethics - This paper argues that Harmon believes that the true power of a pastor resides in his or her ability to be a gentleman or a lady and to know how to behave in meeting the various needs of the local congregation.|
|Marixsm in Scott Fitzgerald's Great Gatsby|
|6.25p,2s, MLA - "Marxism in Great Gatsby" - This paper explores Marx's thery of how society is arranged by looking at Gatsby's discovery about the absense of true love in a world organized around money and materialism.|
|On the Value of Banking Regulations|
|7p,2s,MLA - "Comparing the Emphases of Prins and Mishkin on the Issue of Banking Regulations" |
This paper compares the view of Nomi Prins in Other People’s Money: The Corporate Mugging of America and Frederic S. Mishkin in The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets (7th ed.) on the value of banking regulations. Unlike Prins who takes the role of a whistle-blower who has been on the inside and is now revealing the inner secrets of fraudulent activities within the banking industry, Mishkin takes on the role of an economist documenting the evolution of the banking industry as a function of market innovations.
|Corruption & 21st Century African Economic Growth|
|5.5p,2s,MLA - The Collapse of African Economic Development in the 21st Century: The Role of Government Corruption" |
Using George B.N. Ayittey's Africa Unchained: The Blueprint for Africa’s Future, this paper shows that the current economic crisis facing the African people result from corrupt, parasitic governments that exploit the African people and squander and pocket their wealth.
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|Lesson of The Great Gatsby - Money Can't Buy Love|
|4p - THE GREAT GATSBY - "Money Can't Buy Love: The Tragic Lesson Gatsby Never Learned" |
This paper argues that the movie, The Great Gatsby," based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, shows that Gatsby’s flaw is that he believes that being wealthy makes it possible to rub elbows with the wealthy and to find true love with Daisy.
|America's Working Women - A Documentary History|
|6p,1s,MLA - America's Working Women: A Documentary History 1600 to the Present - "Labor Prospects and Women in American History" |
This paper examines Baxadall and Gordon's idea in America’s Working Women: A Documentary History 1600 To the Present that women's increasing ability to work throughout American history contributed to their improved sense of self.
|Tapping into Gardner's Multiple Ingelligences|
|3p,4s,MLA -THE UNSCHOLLED MIND: HOW CHILDREN THINK & HOW SCHOOLS SHOULD TEACH (Howard Gardner)- "Tapping into the Multiple Intelligences of Students. |
This paper provides a brief overview of the major points in Gardner's The Unschooled Mind: How Children Think & How Schools Should Teach and then provides specific examples of how as a prospective teacher I would use this information to promote literacy.
|Language Literacy in Bilingual Education|
|5p,1s,MLA - BILINGUAL EDUCATION : FROM COMPENSATORY TO QUALITY SCHOOLING - "Putting a Spin on the Bilingual Education Controversy" |
This paper argues that in Bilingual Education: From Compensatory to Quality Schooling, Brisk shows the importance of "nurturing linguistic diversity" in educational advancement, and provides educators with useful information about approaches and strategies for language learning in bilingual education.