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Essays are separated into four types: exposition, argument, narration and description. Each essay type serves its own unique purpose. To better understand each essay type, see our academic essays examples and learn how to write a powerful essay by following an essay example from the extensive list of samples provided.
  • I Am Me- Rhetorical Analysis
    Description: Though Café, under the authority of McGill, composed a compelling blurb about a video named I Am Me. The writing team tailored the text in a manner that it fits the writing situation because the arguments (Arguer) conforms to the intended Genre, Exigency, Context, Audience, and Purpose (AGECAP). Also, the text is written carefully to ensure that it appeals to the target audience ethically, logically, and emotionally.
    2 pages | 624 words | 2 sources | APA | Communications | Book/Movie Review |
  • Critical Analysis of Melian Dialogue
    Description: Public relations sector requires leaders with critical decision skills. Decisions made during negotiations between nations or regions should be conducted with the utmost seriousness and considerations. Such negotiations are necessary when there is peace negotiations or boundary disputes. A typical example of such circumstances is demonstrated in the Thucydides' Melian Dialogue in which leaders in Sparta and Athens were negotiating about surrendering in Sparta to Athens during the Peloponnesian War.
    1 pages | 324 words | 2 sources | APA | Accounting | Research Paper |
  • Decision-Making Thought Process Examination
    Description: It is crucial to think critically when making a decision. Current decisions should not be made by making inferences on past decisions. The decision-maker should analyze the current situation to enable them to make choices which are aligned with the situation at hand. According to Hussung (2017), decision-making process comprises of seven stages, such as decision identification, information collection, determining alternatives, weighting evidence, making a choice, taking action, and reviewing the decision made. Last month, I was involved in a very critical decision-making process. I wanted to start a business, but I was torn between investing in AliExpress dropshipping or Uber business.
    2 pages | 593 words | 3 sources | APA | Management | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Fallacies of Not Wearing Seatbelts
    Description: It is fallacious to avoid wearing a belt when a person is going for a short distance. At times, collisions can occur when the driver or the passage is three meters close to their destination. At times, severe car collisions and crashes can happen when a vehicle is stationary or is driving at low speeds, even under 40km/h. It is good to ensure that seatbelts are on regardless of the distance to be traveled, or the driving speed.
    2 pages | 458 words | MLA | Philosophy | Argumentative Essays |
  • Case Study of Peet’s Coffee in Michigan
    Description: Peet's Coffee was established in the 1960s in California. It is the parent company for Starbucks. Currently, Peet's Coffee has more 200 outlets all over the world. The company's net worth stands at about $800 million. It specializes in products such as scones, gourmet brewed coffee, teas, espresso beverages, and breakfast items. The company supply chain comprises both offline and online shops where customers can order the products they wish to consume (References for Business, 2019). The company has also been recognized for its social responsibility. It was the first to establish a roaster which is Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certified in the USA. Currently, the company has identified a business opportunity in Michigan State. It wants to spread its footprint by opening a new outlet in the state.
    3 pages | 943 words | 10 sources | APA | Psychology | Coursework |
  • Sample Cover Letter
    Description: I would fervently wish to work at Flipp Corporation as a Customer Experience Representative. Therefore, I am enthusiastically writing this letter to apply for the internship position in as Customer Experience associate. I believe that your company is competitive enough and it would offer me an excellent opportunity to learn to advance my customer management skills.
    1 pages | 326 words | Not Applicable | Marketing | Creative Writing |
  • Rhetorical Analysis of Children in Trouble Precis
    Description: Greenberg (2019), opens his precis with a pathos which meant to appeal to the reader and communicate the overall theme of the text. The author employs the AGECAP strategy through his strategic use of pathos. For example, the arguer introduces the reader to the child crises by writing that headlines are marked with "grim news of child separations and suffering." The line evokes the reader's emotion and develops a sense of urgency. As such, the precis communicates its purpose to the reader that children are suffering in the U.S. and other parts of the world and therefore, intervention should be taken to remedy the crisis.
    1 pages | 376 words | 1 sources | MLA | Social Work and Human Services | Article Review |
  • Morality, Evil, and Ethics
    Description: Has three journals for morality, evil, and ethics, each with about 200 words
    2 pages | 632 words | MLA | Ethics | Coursework |
  • Thematic Concerns in the Bartleby, the Scrivener
    Description: Herman Melville is a renowned American short story writer. Bartleby, the Scrivener, is one of his short stories which have been mostly debated about due to its substantial thematic issues in the American corporate environment. It critically explores themes in the world business and works with close focus to Wall Street. It was first published in 1853 in the Putnam's Magazine before it appeared in other magazines. The overriding theme in the Melville's short story is disconnected corporate environment, which is developed by sub-themes such as passive resistance, unreliable language, isolation, depression, routine, and death. As such, Melville interweaves his story critically to communicate with the reader through carefully integrated themes expressing alienation in the work environment.
    4 pages | 1394 words | 1 sources | MLA | Literature | Book/Movie Review |
  • Levels of Autonomy in Management
    Description: Autonomy refers to the extent to which a job position provides independence and discretion to an employee to plan their work. Increase in autonomy in management increases job satisfaction and motivation to work. As such, autonomy in workplace benefits teams, managers, employees, and the company as well. However, organizations should avoid too much autonomy because it leads to a lack of supervision and communication. In recent times, several organizations have adopted teams’ autonomy to leverage their productivity. There are basically three levels of team autonomy in management which includes functional, cross-functional, and self-directed work teams.
    2 pages | 603 words | 3 sources | APA | Management | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Importance of Evidence in Advancing Public Health Knowledge
    Description: Evidence based care is anchored on therapeutic interventions which are guided by research. Nurses can gather information from research, focus group studies, clinical trials, interviews, or observations. Also, the nurse can gather the patient's data from medical records. Thus, evidence based care improves public health knowledge because it facilitates informed diagnostic tests and treatment procedures.1 It ensures that unnecessary treatment procedures and equipment are eliminated, thereby reducing wastage. It is appropriate in the treatment of substance abuse because nurses can understand their client's history, suggest and implement the best intervention measures.
    2 pages | 652 words | 3 sources | Not Applicable | Healthcare | Research Paper |
  • Discussion Over Director’s Liability Related to Recent Risks
    Description: Directors liability become a common discussion topic in recent times due to technological and societal changes which have led to the emergence of new forms of risks. Internet and technology have contributed to the development of hazards such as data breaches, privacy issues, and selling practices harassment. For example, privacy issues on Facebook and other forms of online platforms are controlled by the organization in question. They might cause cyberbullying and cybercrime due to t privacy violation issue. Although the current risks are somehow different from the apparent risks, they all deserve to be given full attention. Therefore, there should be more discussion on such issues to identify and solve liability issues.
    2 pages | 628 words | 2 sources | APA | Management | Essay(Any Type) |
  • My Philosophical View on Education and Being a Teacher
    Description: In contemporary society, education is viewed as a tool for socio-economic elevation. Parents take their children to school to equip them with professional knowledge for a future career. They want them to become teachers, doctors, attorneys, architects, accountants, and so on. Interestingly, no educates their children or goes to school so that they can become critical thinkers, virtuous individuals, or good citizens. It should be noted that education should improve an individual's professional knowledge while at the same time developing critical thinking and virtue.
    2 pages | 650 words | 3 sources | APA | Education | Essay(Any Type) |
  • The Importance of Passwords
    Description: Passwords have become essential, especially in the world of information and technology. Businesses and groups are using passwords in their computers, databases, and online accounts or portals to control access of data. Consequently, the primary purpose of this essay is to enlighten my target audience about the significance of having a password. People and businesses require passwords to safeguard their data by ensuring that the information is only accessed by authorized personnel. Therefore, people have to embrace the importance of passwords and use strong passwords to prevent themselves from risks associated with data loss.
    3 pages | 936 words | 3 sources | APA | IT, Web | Essay(Any Type) |
  • The Role of Technology and Managing Sustainability
    Description: Technological advancement has positive and negative impacts on the management of businesses. The adoption of technology increases accuracy, speed, and effectiveness while at the same time, reducing costs. It is used in solving management issues such as work overload, supervision of hundreds of workers, marketing, planning, and production. In contemporary society, managers do not need to stay close to the workers to supervise them. With technology, they can manage their workers while away from them. The right technologies bring sustainable management through innovation and invention. They provide long term solutions to management issues, thereby improving business operations; however, they can be influenced by ethical concerns.
    3 pages | 977 words | 6 sources | APA | Technology | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Classroom Readiness for Successful Inclusion
    Description: Kwon, Jong, & Jeon (2017) use planned behavior theory to explain the process which can be used to develop positive attitudes of including disabled children in the classroom. It is a theory that is focused primarily on shaping the perspective of teachers and peer learners to accept children with disabilities. This theory is anchored on understanding disable children, thereby making it easy to establish a good relationship with them. As such, Kwon, Jong, and Jeon suggest that teachers should act as role models to influence learners to accept disabled students. Teachers' attitudes and behaviors are what mostly shape the Attitudes of the learners.
    4 pages | 1208 words | 1 sources | APA | Education | Article Review |
  • Mattel’s Market Research and Organization Culture Change
    Description: In the world where society, technology, and culture are always changing, companies are supposed to research about the market demands and align it with their products. It is the best strategy to remain relevant in every market for long. Ignoring changes in the market and society is a sign of failure because customer consumption behavior and needs usually change over time. Therefore, in order to survive for long in an industry, it is good to research what the customers want in a particular product. For instance, Mattel learned the need for conducting intelligent market research when its Barbie doll lost relevance in the market. Such failure of Mattel triggered an organizational change which improved customer orientation and corporate culture.
    2 pages | 710 words | 3 sources | APA | Management | Case Study |
  • How Amazon Uses Technology to Advance its Operations
    Description: Technology has transformed Amazon to be among the most successful company. Some of the technologies used in the company include automated warehouses, Alexa, on-demand cloud computing, and no-cashier stores (Lee, 2017). The company runs an automated warehouse whereby customers can place an order online and wait for shipping within two years. The company runs physical stores where there are no cashiers. Customers can walk in the store, picks what they want, and moves out. Amazon operates using cloud computing, which enables other clients can use a virtual server on the cloud and pay for it. Alexa is a computerized voice assistant which guides people on what to do and how to do it. It speaks just like a human assistant.
    2 pages | 612 words | 4 sources | APA | Technology | Coursework |
  • Personal Ethical Values and Theoretical Framework
    Description: Human beings are supposed to engage in activities which contributes to the improvement of other human beings. It would be the best way of life because love and service to humanity facilitate overall happiness. In this regard, my core personal values include love, happiness, and service. St. Augustine stresses the role of love in building a secure connection with human beings and God. Likewise, Kant argues it proposes that duty-based ethics should include improvement of human life and morality. Mill also supports that actions and activities should lead to happiness but not pain. Therefore, this essay strives to explain why love, service, and happiness values are essential in my life. It will also explore the theoretical framework that defines the values as mentioned above.
    5 pages | 1399 words | 6 sources | APA | Ethics | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Advertisement and Society
    Description: Media has shaped the portrayal of women in ads. In the contemporary world, women and men are used differently in the adverts. Men are portrayed as subjects, while women are perceived as objects under the control of men. Women are subjected to striving to look beautiful and sexy enough to attract viewership of ads mostly by men. In most cases, women are sexualized in the ads through nudity or ritualization of subordination techniques. Gill noted that new advertisement revises, incorporates, depoliticizes, and attacks feminism concepts and themes (90). As can be seen in the Urban Decay Cosmetics’ ad about Pretty Difference and Global UD Citizens, women are sexualized and objectified. Ads usually reveal the gender and sexuality of both men and women in a particular society. However, feminist themes are the most prevalent in most adverts because women as portrayed as attractive sex toys for or objects for men.
    4 pages | 1203 words | 8 sources | MLA | Marketing | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Social media use in the workplace
    Description: The fundamental objective of this presentation is to identify the role of social media in a work setup in the following areas; Communication, teamwork, and management Networking and socialization Creativity and productivity Promotion and advertisement Customer and employee communication
    18 pages | 7 sources | APA | Technology | Presentation or Speech |
  • Moral Compass in Business Management
    Description: Moral compass refers to the capability of a person to make correct judgments about what is right or wrong depending on the guiding principles of morality. In business, leaders are supposed to develop a moral compass that defines who they are, their values, moral beliefs, and culture (Thomson, 2010). Cultural relativism is my Wisdom Tradition, which shapes my actions, beliefs, and values as a leader. It forms the basis of my moral compass. Moral truth is the value that I consider important in this model of wisdom.
    4 pages | 1207 words | 2 sources | APA | Management | Term Paper |
  • Has the Internet Destroyed Privacy?
    Description: The advent of internet in the world have changed a lot of things including the way people communicate, advertise, work, or conduct business. The Internet has been gradually revolutionizing industry and the society since 1990s. Today, people, organizations, and businesses are more connected all over the world than before. Information can be send or received anywhere in the world within less than a minute through internet. Introduction of Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, E-mail, Websites, Instagram have changed the way people share information about themselves, others, business, or products. Internet has become a necessity in the current world. However, it has come with some challenges regarding privacy protection. Leakage of personal or confidential information over the internet when it is being transferred from one IoT device to another can expose people, businesses, organizations to risks.
    5 pages | 1495 words | 6 sources | MLA | IT, Web | Annotated Bibliography |
  • Express Emergency Service Review
    Description: In my experience, Express Emergency Services (EES) is one of the companies in South Florida whose services do not meet the right standards. As such, this review is a warning to any homeowner wishing to subscribe to its services. Such would be a bloody mistake, and I do not want another person to commit the same mistake that I did. Our house got flooded at midnight, and my wife informed Moishe, the homeowner, about the mess. Moishe informed EES, and they came. Moishe was referred to us by a friend, and we were happy and more willing to hire them in our business. I took them around the building from ground to upstairs, showing them the areas that had been flooded.
    2 pages | 629 words | Not Applicable | Healthcare | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Socio-cultural attitudes in the vampire
    Description: Movie monsters comprise of macabre and grotesque creatures that are cast in films to evoke horror while at the same time building the major thematic issues in the movie. Such monsters include animals, ogres, vampires, fairies, and other beasts. However, vampires are the most famous movie monsters because of their frequent apparition in several popular films and the role they play. They are a blood-sucking creature that co-exists with human beings. Only Lovers Left Alive is a vampire film that controversially portrays socio-cultural themes such as death and taboo in the American society.
    2 pages | 647 words | 4 sources | MLA | Art(Fine Arts, Performing Arts) | Essay(Any Type) |