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Q: For history class, Ross has to write a research paper on an aspect of the 1960s. Since he loves music, Ross has narrowed down his topic to music of the 1960s. After completing some background
research, Ross decides to discuss the ways that classic rock music mirrored the new-found freedoms within society. What type of research paper is Ross writing? A. analytical B. argumentative C. personal narrative D. how-to informational manual
A: Analytical is the type of research paper is Ross writing.
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User: For history class, Ross has to write a research paper on an aspect of the 1960s. Since he loves music, Ross has narrowed down his topic to music of the 1960s. After completing some background research, Ross decides to discuss the ways that classic rock music mirrored the new-found freedoms within society. What type of research paper is Ross writing? A. analytical B. argumentative C. personal narrative D. how-to informational manual

Weegy: Analytical is the type of research paper is Ross writing.
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User: For history class, Ross has to write a research paper on an aspect of the 1960s. Since he loves music, Ross has narrowed down his topic to music of the 1960s. After completing some background research, Ross decides to discuss the ways that classic rock music mirrored the new-found freedoms within society. Based on the above information, which of the following thesis statements would BEST summarize Ross’s research paper?

User: Why is plagiarism considered wrong by most academic institutions? A. Plagiarism is not wrong; it is actually encouraged by many schools. B. Plagiarism is a form of stealing because a person takes another person’s ideas, writing, or work without giving the original creator any credit. Furthermore, it prevents a student from developing independent thought and critical thinking skills. C. Plagiarism is a form of academic achievement in which a student receives recognition for innovative thoughts and ideas and is acknowledged by the rest of the school. D. Plagiarism is only a concern for professional writers who work for news bureaus and book publishers.

Weegy: Plagiarism is a form of stealing because a person takes another person's ideas, writing, or work without giving the original creator any credit. [ Furthermore, it prevents a student from developing independent thought and critical thinking skills is why plagiarism is considered wrong by most academic institutions. ]
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User: He made a step towards the shrub, with extended hand; but Beatrice darted forward, uttering a shriek that went through his heart like a dagger. She caught his hand and drew it back with the whole force of her slender figure. Giovanni felt her touch thrilling through his fibres. Which of the following in-text citations CORRECTLY uses quotation marks and parenthetical citation? A. Figurative and sensory language are both used expertly in the following description of the interaction between Beatrice and Giovanni: "Beatrice darted forward uttering a shriek that went through his heart like a dagger" (407). B. Figurative and sensory language are both used expertly in the following description of the interaction between Beatrice and Giovanni: "Beatrice darted forward uttering a shriek that went through his heart like a dagger" (Hawthorne 407). C. "Figurative and sensory language are both used expertly in the following description of the interaction between Beatrice and Giovanni: Beatrice darted forward uttering a shriek that went through his heart like a dagger" (407). D. Figurative and sensory language are both used expertly in the following description of the interaction between Beatrice and Giovanni: "Beatrice darted forward uttering a shriek that

User: Which of the following choices is the CORRECT order for the steps of the research process? A. writing, research, prewriting, editing/revising, proofing, and publishing B. prewriting, writing, research, proofing, editing/revising, and publishing C. prewriting, research, writing, proofing, editing/revising, and publishing D. prewriting, research, writing, editing/revising, proofing, and publishing

Weegy: c. prewriting is the stage of writing that should you never skip or skimp on.
may100|Points 2598|

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