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Article Summary Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation What Video Games Can Teach Us Article Summary Popular societal belief on the effects of video games on youth has always been seen as negative, including teenage violence strikes and general bad behavior. This popular belief is further strengthened by a variety of studies that appear to support the argument. However, according to James Gee, a professor at the University of Wisconsin, media does not necessarily cause violence or bad behavior. Explaining in his book titled “what video games have to teach us about learning and literacy”, Gee shows us how video games are innocent of almost all of the charges against them. The book also...

article summary, therefore, the audience contains students and other non-native English speaking population who could need to polish their language so as not to get influenced with the English language mother tongue which could be probably their second language. It depicts the effect of adopting new languages as mother tongue in different societies, for example, the English language being spoken by Chinese as their mother tongue. The article also shows how Tan’s mother tongue impacted on people’s perception of her learning. She experienced a lot of critics from other people in the United States about how she spoke English brokenly. Key words: Mother tongue, English, Language,...

Article Summary Name Student Institution Date Abstract The aim of this paper is to highlight the summary points of the article, “Saudis Expand Regional Power as Others Falter.” This article talks about the progress of Saudi Arabia after acquiring power and its maintenance of monarchy power. In the first section, Kirkpatrick first talks about how the development of Saudi resulted from the collapse of other countries such as Egypt, Syria, and Tunisia. It also mentions how the Government of Saudi Arabia has made efforts to help other countries by offering financial and media assistance. The paper below also summarizes how the author explains the cooperation between Saudi Arabia and the...

Article Summary The article, "Apple Is about to Help Save Thousands of Lives" discusses the potential benefits of the new iPhone. The new iPhone has features that enable one to acquire emergency services easily after they contact for assistance. Moreover, the article discusses how Apple has introduced improvements for Siri, Health, and ARKit in the iOS11. The company aims at applying a powerful technology that can help gather accurate data about a person whenever they seek for emergency services (Evans). This will involve the application of Advanced Mobile Location (AML) which was created by the European Emergency Number Association (EENA). The system has been installed in the mobile networks of...

Article Summary ‘Correlations in the Motion of Atoms in Liquid Argon’ is a seven-page journal article that is authored by A. Rahman, which discusses molecular dynamics. In fact, the article presents the summary of a study that incorporated the use of digital computes to experiment on the time and space (distance) dependence of two-body correlations that characterize the slow inelastic scattering of neutrons in liquid argon at specified temperature and density conditions. Overall, the author notes that the available theories on molecular dynamics have failed to explain the inelastic scattering of neutrons noted in liquid argon, suggesting that a delayed-convolution approximation was necessary to...

Article Summary Introduction Texas government offers different services to the people residing in various parts of the state. The services range from social to political issues of the American society. The examples of the aspects of the society that are taken into consideration in Texas are homelessness of the veterans and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) refers to a federal policy that assists the uninsured individuals in getting affordable health insurance ("Texas.Gov | The Official Website Of The State Of Texas" 1). It offers service to men and women equally in regards to the costs charged to individuals. One is free to enroll or not to enroll in the...

Article Summary: Migrant Impact in NYC Politics Candidate’s Name Institution’s Name Migrant Impact in NYC Politics Mollenkopf (2013) in his article focuses on the political interplay both past and present between the minorities (immigrants) and the native-born whites within the New York City (NYC). In his introductory part, the author observes that the immigrants in the NYC are becoming the city’s majority voting-age citizens (at 48%) and the city’s majority population at 58%. Therefore, according to the author, NYC is a litmus test for the way immigrants are mobilized as well as represented in politics and how they interact with the white minorities in politics. Mollenkopf (2013)...

article, ‘Feminism and the Abyss of Freedom’ Zerilli seeks restoration of women’s lost treasure, a fundamentally radical fight for political freedom. Zerilli responds to two major problems; the continuous perception that political action and identity emanate from demographic characteristics such as gender, and the rendering of politics as the mere achievement of social determinants. Zerilli’s support of feminism provides a Eurocentric impulse to drive Feminists in America past the old debate on equality-difference and the anxiety over unity among women. Zerilli’s arguments might aid in nudging feminists in America away from viewing equal rights as the defining character of what feminism...

Article Summary The article outlines environment and occupational disorders, causes and possible interventions. Peden and Bush (2014) reveal the characteristics of allergens and parameters of control to enhance the safety of patient sand workers. The control parameters aim at improving the immunotherapy mechanisms to manage recurrent of the environmental disorders. As such, the article accounts for the importance of observations regarding the forms of immunities, for instance, innate. Besides, the observance of inflammations of the lungs among patients with respiratory diseases enhances response mechanisms. The emphasis on asthmatic patients indicates the severity of the condition and urgency of...

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