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Role of education in culture

I registered for an International Student English 101 course without knowing. The first day I suspected something was different because all the students seemed very familiar with one another. It wasn`t your typical first day of introductions and r...
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2017-07-06 12:55:21

Vast difference

According to the media, I`m a dark-skinned male approximately 5`9 in height that currently has warrants out for my arrest. I`ve been arrested several times for possession of controlled substances and armed robbery, not to mention battery and assau...
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(669 Words)
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2017-07-07 13:49:39

Challenge in my academic life

A problem for some can be like a river slow moving and easy to get through. For others it can be a vast ocean, rough and seemingly never ending. All problems are different and there is always going to be one particularly difficult, one for the rec...
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2017-07-07 13:53:37

The impact of culture on education

Only a sith deals in absolutes. An education system both blossoms out of and feeds back into the culture in which it is found, and our prevailing culture (particularly as most directly influences the mainstream educational field) tends to prize wh...
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2017-07-07 14:27:46

The education of a first-generation American

The environment one grows up in has the ability to impact their perspective on education. Education in the rising economy of America is often taken for granted because it is perceived as the social norm. However, as America is slowly becoming a co...
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2017-07-10 12:19:32

How to force yourself to seriously study

Humans have varied capabilities that enrich the world based on Gardner`s 1983 theory of multiple intelligence which are developed in school where basic knowledge is obtained. But a fact exist where instead of nurturing potentials, some schools rem...
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2017-07-10 13:25:41

Connection between culture and education

The culture of a society influences many aspects of its occupants, one key aspect being the education of its future generations. This is true all over the world, however, the needs of the society differs. If the culture of a society is chiefly mat...
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2017-07-11 13:02:40

Closely relations between education and culture

Culture has been proven to be one of the cores of society and a crucial characteristic of humanity itself. Culture is the rules, customs and norms humans abide to that are dictated by a particular society, which are acquired behaviors as opposed t...
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2017-07-11 13:07:21

Education is a tool of change

Since the dawn of man, our cultural advances have been credited to the rapid advancement of our knowledge and intellect. Whether it be learning how to domesticate animals, cultivate vegetation as food, or gaining knowledge of medicinal techniques,...
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2017-07-11 13:24:44

Education is the most powerful weapon

Education is the most powerful weapon with which you can use to change the world (Nelson Mandela). A timely statement for today`s world from a timeless man. With growing volatility around the globe, we all seem to be looking for a catalyst. Someth...
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(598 Words)
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2017-07-11 13:27:23