Anthology Traces Rap's Lyrical Journey, Poetic Roots | PBS NewsHour | Dec. 10, 2010 JEFFREY BROWN: And finally tonight: from our political wrap to rap, the music, and maybe, rap, the lyric poetry. Rap music, in the decades since it arose out of the Bronx in the 1970s, it’s been embraced by millions as a vibrant new cultural form, and vilified for its profanity and celebration of violence. It has seen its stars killed and incarcerated or become entertainment moguls and international celebrities. But it has not, until now, been presented quite like this, as lyric poetry, published by the prestigious Yale University Press in the new “Anthology of Rap.” Editors Adam Bradley and Andrew DuBois, who recently came to Washington’s Lincoln Theatre for a public forum on the poetics of rap, met as graduate students in Harvard’s English department, where Shakespeare and Shelley tend to have pride of place over Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg. JEFFREY BROWN: But, says Bradley, there was room for all. JEFFREY BROWN: Now, rap can be rough, and it is certainly often profane. COMMON: Yes.
How to Write an A+ Research Paper This Chapter outlines the logical steps to writing a good research paper. To achieve supreme excellence or perfection in anything you do, you need more than just the knowledge. Like the Olympic athlete aiming for the gold medal, you must have a positive attitude and the belief that you have the ability to achieve it. That is the real start to writing an A+ research paper. Choose a topic which interests and challenges you. Your attitude towards the topic may well determine the amount of effort and enthusiasm you put into your research. Focus on a limited aspect, e.g. narrow it down from "Religion" to "World Religion" to "Buddhism". Select a subject you can manage. Surf the Net. For general or background information, check out useful URLs, general information online, almanacs or encyclopedias online such as Britannica. Pay attention to domain name extensions, e.g., .edu (educational institution), .gov (government), or .org (non-profit organization). Read and evaluate. Example of an outline:
Guide in Writing Research Proposal A very detail explanation on how to write your proposal.1. Overview This part covers a general idea of topic that you are interested to investigate, which include the research motivation, why the research is important and significant, to whom it is important. 2. Research Questions and hypothesis Research questions are: a. an area or topic in which you have an interest b. ideas or issues which you wish to explore in detail c. problems detected and needing a solution in practical or theoretical terms It should be as specific as possible. Research hypothesis: A hypothesis is a statement that can be proved or disproved. 3. To identify a problem To develop a solution To design and implement the solution To assess its impact 4. Literature review should include three main issues in the research context a. However literature review ISN’T: a descriptive list, a series of paragraphs beginning with yet another author's name and a series of summaries. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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UCAS The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) is the British admission service for students applying to university, including post-16 education as of 2012. UCAS is primarily funded by students who pay a fee when they apply and a capitation fee from universities for each student they accept. Location UCAS is based near Marle Hill in Cheltenham at the junction of the B4075 (New Barn Lane) and the A435 (Evesham Road), near Cheltenham Racecourse and a park and ride. History UCCA and PCAS UCAS was formed in 1993 by the merger of UCCA (Universities Central Council on Admissions), PCAS (Polytechnics Central Admissions System) and SCUE (Standing Conference on University Entrance). UCAS data UCAS has a rich resource of data and statistics, ranging from the number of applicants to the most popular courses. UCAS statistics are very well respected within the sector and are regularly quoted by the media. Exclusive applications via online process 
How to Write a Research Paper Most university courses involve some sort of extended writing assignment, usually in the form of a research paper. Papers normally require that a student identify a broad area of research related to the course, focus the topic through some general background reading, identify a clear research question, marshal primary and secondary resources to answer the question, and present the argument in a clear and creative manner, with proper citations. That is the theory, at least. Teaching Yourself From the outset, keep in mind one important point: Writing a research paper is in part about learning how to teach yourself. The Five Commandments of Writing Research Papers To write first-rate research papers, follow the following simple rules—well, simple to repeat, but too often ignored by most undergraduates. 1. 2. A research question, at least in the social sciences, begins with the word “why” or “how.” The point is that you should attempt to identify either: 3. 4. This will not do. 5.
Writing a research paper for conference:Basic sturcture and contents | All About Education The earlier post on writing a good journal paper gives a basic structure for writing a good research paper and this post gives important differences between a conference and journal paper and how write a good conference paper. During my PhD I applied a simple strategy for writing conference papers. Whenever I decided to write a research paper, I started with a journal paper in my mind. Most of my conference papers are either shorter version with fewer results of my journal papers or the initial ideas and results. This makes a really ideal research paper for conferences. The following work related to research can be published in conferences. A new idea with some results Implementation and results of a research paper with availability for testingAn idea with strong theoretical support and evidenceImplementation of different methods and their comparisons Abstract: It will be same as a journal paper abstract. Proposed method: This most important part of the paper.
How to get 6.0 AWA....my guide : Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Guide to Perfect 6.0 AWA GMAT Score Related AWA Resources: I took the GMAT twice and scored 6.0 each time. I did put a lot of time in it the first time....too much actually. Being a non-native speaker and having not written a damn essay (of any kind) in many many years, I was very scared of the AWA. So, I went through every guide that I could find and wrote nearly 25-30 essays. Anyway, for my second time, I just looked over my templates I created and wrote one of each the day before test just to refresh my memory on faster typing without making too many typos...... So, here it is....Enjoy, and please do not blame me if the 6.0 percentile goes down to 80 soon by Chineseburned 1. Intro - Restate argument, point out flaws or state intention to discuss them below1st Para - First,...2nd Para - Second/In addition,...3rd Para - Third/Finally,...Conclusion - The argument is flawed/weak/unconvincing because of the above -mentioned...Ultimately, the argument can be strengthened if/by... 2. 3. 4. 5.
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What is a Meme? | The Daily Meme This is the definition page for “What is a meme?” The main page for The Daily Meme is People often ask, “What is a Meme?” First off, technically many of the sites here are not actually memes. In the context of web logs / ‘blogs / blogging and other kinds of personal web sites it’s some kind of list of questions that you saw somewhere else and you decided to answer the questions. By some other definitions memes are viral and propagate around sometimes mutating as they propagate. Eventually some people decided they were going to creating weekly questionnaires (memes) and post them every week. Personally I liked these sites; sometimes they give me things to write about that I would have never started the topic on my own. Other information from around the web A meme is:
The Research Process Writing a research paper is often the most complex writing task you will engage in during your college career. The process of locating sources, note-taking, drafting, and editing offers you the opportunity to delve into a specific question on a topic. The result can be deeply rewarding; when you finish a well-researched and well-crafted paper, you will feel as though you truly own your material and your assessment of the topic as an expert. In some classes, your professor will assign a topic. Whichever strategy your professor uses, you will need to know how to get started and how to ultimately create a polished piece of writing. It is important to remember that a good research and writing process is recursive. Writing a research paper is not hard if you are considerate of the process, plan carefully, and keep yourself on task.
During your doctorate: the middle phase — Vitae Website By now you will have settled in to your research and institution, mastered the techniques required to carry it out and formed a social network. There is some time left yet before you start racing through the final research stage and focus on pulling your research into a comprehensive thesis. This can easily be a time when you don’t notice how quickly time is going. Here are some tips on how to successfully and productively use this time. Important competencies Try to remember to keep on top of things by: Staying positive Many doctoral students experience a slump at this stage as you are now beyond the ‘high’ of starting a doctorate and the enthusiasm of taking forward your beloved research project but still some way away from finishing it. You might want to read about handling common challenges for doctoral researchers and consider sharing your experience with other doctoral students. Help and support Developing as a researcher Building networks Considering the next career step
Why Colleges With a Distinct Focus Have a Hidden Advantage Take a look at any of the most widely followed ratings of America’s colleges and universities, and almost all of the top-ranked schools will have this in common: They want to appeal to everyone, or at least everyone with a brilliant mind and a work ethic to match. Their course offerings are balanced among math and science, the humanities and social sciences. They seek the highest-performing students of all sorts: Men and women, of any religion and geographical background, with any career ambition imaginable. Every student, of course, tries to find the school that best fits his or her personality and ambitions. But when you analyze colleges and universities based on where applicants are most likely to choose to attend when admitted to multiple schools, some of the institutions that perform the best are very much not for everyone. Continue reading the main story OPEN Interactive Feature Many of the top performers in these rankings are familiar names like Stanford (No. 1) and Harvard (No. 3).