What was the main point of the "Chicken Hips" essay?
A clear message is developed
They are full of examples
One of the subjects is often represented as superior to the other
They are a great way to choose between two subjects.
Not Very imaginative
They frequently focus on either similarities or differences, neglecting to show the other
Not all of the similarities or differences between two subjects are covered
They are susceptible to the writer's bias.
To the Maori's, "Moko" (swirling face tattoo) is beautiful
It was originally a sign of status & it makes you more attractive to the opposite sex
Beauty in Burma
Brass coils are beautiful
This starts at age 5
The coils push down the collar bones and compress the rib cage.
There should be at least three contrasts (essentially three short body paragraphs) in which you give an example from both topics of comparisons in each.
This conclusion is wrapping up everything you have just proven in your paper.
Gender bias in the media essays;
One clear example of media bias is the Fox News Network, which makes little pretense over its support of the of the . This is, however, different that some forms of government influence over the media, as occurs in such as North Korea. However, political bias in political reporting is as old as the printing press itself. Early publishers, due to the high cost of printing, were at the service of the more powerful and wealthy factions. In the early years of the United States, newspapers frequently supported either the Federalist or , attacking the other. The Alien and Sedition Act of 1798 was an attempt to prohibit newspapers from publishing opposition to the Adams Administration.