Category Archives: P/tpaz1

Research Position – tpaz1

 Legal Executions Cause More Harm Than Good Too many states in the U.S execute their own citizens. States like California, Georgia, and Nebraska all believe killing an inmate justifies their criminal act and is also suppose to deter crime. The … Continue reading

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Reflective – tpaz1

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. The first week of this class, I was taught that anything I write in … Continue reading

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Bibliography – tpaz1

(1) McCann, Erickson. “Amnesty International.” Death Penalty. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Nov. 2015. Background: This article gives a general explanation of the Death Penalty and some of the punishments it features. The article also explains other countries that take practice in … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Rewrite – tpaz1

The Good In Capital Punishment           In the United States, there has been many disputes and controversy with allowing and illegalizing the death penalty. The death penalty are legal executions to inmates, also known as capital punishment. It may be … Continue reading

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Causal Rewrite – tpaz1

Many states around the country, use the death penalty to punish a criminal. When states use the death penalty, they execute too many of their own citizens. The death penalty is a punishment of death by being executed. The death … Continue reading

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Visual Rewrite – tpaz1

0:o1 – 0:03 At the first second of the video, there’s a table with framed pictures. The first picture seen is a little boy. The boy is wearing a black and white shirt, while he’s smiling. The size of the boy is … Continue reading

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