This essay details a number of issues involving police brutality in China and compares it to police brutality in America. The essay examines policy and public reaction in both countries.
This article details the recurring theme of brokenness as demonstrated in the novel "Kindred" by Octavia Butler.
Sex addiction is a commonly understood phenomenon. This paper explores whether hypersexuality can truly fit the definition of addiction.
An analysis of the themes presented in "Good People" by David Foster Wallace, taking into account the author's own religious context.
This essay details the life of Daniel Boone and serves as a short biography for one of America's earliest frontiersmen.
This topic is no longer endorsed by this author. It is however a prime example of a formal research paper in APA format that would be submitted for peer review before publication.
This is an informal critical analysis of a book written for a History class. It received an 'A.' Please use it as a reference for similar types of assignments.
This essay is a non-formal essay comparing two articles along with actual historical documents provided by the teacher. This is meant as an example of an essay style. The documents are not included.
An Essay written for a Religious Studies class. It received an 'A.' Unfortunately, the corresponding works cited page has been lost to time.
An essay on autism that occurs with a secondary diagnosis submitted to a Psychotherapy class.
An analysis of the book The Legacy of Woodrow Wilson: American War Aims in World War I by David Esposito. It was for a history class and as was able to receive 100% despite some technical errors.
An essay written for a Psychology of Meditation class. This is an informal essay. It does include citations. It received an 'A.'
Some helpful tips for when you get the urge to hit the open road college student style.
For anyone studying this piece of literature.
For anyone studying this is literature class. Or for fun.
An academic essay written to describe to a western audience in summary what the Zen school of Buddhism is. Citations included.
This was a fun piece I wrote for a friends website years ago. Personally, I think it rambles a bit and am kind of embarrassed by it. But it got decent traffic over the years, so I've kept it.
A sophomore level essay on Identity Crisis.
A look into some less known but still powerful styles.
For anyone studying this short story in a literature class. Or for fun.
For anyone taking an ancient history class who needs a run down of some of the big names in antiquity.
This essay on the nature of Buddhism was a less formal version of a research paper. It is a personal experience essay that has references to outside sources.