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Remember that your thesis statement has to rely on the facts, which you have researched and which you will further develop in your essay! so I can not produce it for you not knowing what you think or have researched)))

Concerning the topic you have – you should do your research googling the following:
– What is objectification? (just for you to get the general idea about the topic)
– Are men responsible for the objectification of women’s body?
– empowerment as self-objectification

(Remember that to have a quality research and, thus, a quality essay, you should read and cite credible sources so I recommend skipping reading all non-credible sources from your search results)

The case is women often display nudity and express interest in sex and treat it as empowerment, as now they are not compelled to be just good housewives and hide their sexuality. This is obvious in the social media and some feminists openly support such portrayals in ads. Still, such empowerment actually objectifies women’s bodies.
At the same time, some feminists believe it’s a men’s evil plan to make women believe that objectification of their bodies is what they themselves want and need. Gill’s 2008 article “Empowerment/Sexism: Figuring Female Sexual Agency in Contemporary Advertising” argues for this idea in a great way!

The topic is debatable and there is no right answer! For you, the right answer will be the one you can support with sound arguments from reputable sources.

Your thesis statement and your essay will depend on your position and on arguments and facts you have researched.
Eventually, it will sound something like,
Since objectification, and self-objectification in particular, makes no sense if men are taken away from the discourse, men are the only ones responsible for the objectification of women’s bodies” or
Considering multiple examples of self-objectification and objectification of women bodies in advertisements targeted at women, men cannot be considered the only ones responsible for the objectification of women’s bodies”.

If you have already written your essay, feel free to send it to me for a feedback or proofreading 🙂

Here are some ideas for you:

1. Write an essay from a personal point of view. Tell what relaxation techniques have worked for you under what circumstances. Which have not? What would you recommend to others?
2. Compare and contrast how the people of two different countries relax.
3. You may take a philosophical approach and discuss what it means to relax. Are fun and relaxation the same thing or do they differ? How?
4. Your could also focus your essay on how to relax when facing an emergency situation or during a crisis.
5. You may focus your essay on the medical aspects of relaxation. What parts of the brain control our ability to relax? Do all people have the same ability to relax. What can promote this ability?
6. You may also argue people cannot relax in the busy cities running the rat race, which makes downshifting the only good way to relax.

If you need help writing or revising your essay, consider using essay services I provide.

Although there are websites that offer automated proofreading, the latter often overlooks many mistakes a human would see and makes corrections where they are not needed.

It actually looks like Word proofreading! Word underlines words, which are misspelled and (it is a real problem!) corrects them automatically. It can also hint on some sentence structure mistakes suggesting a user to “consider revising”. While such help is useful, I often see incorrect changes made automatically in my works and when proofreading. I do realize that some choices were made by Word – these words would have a correct spelling, but they do not fit the sentence and are often simply ridiculous.

Conclusion – Word and other automated proofreading should be proofread))) This is why – hire a professional from the very beginning.

I would love to help you proofread your essays. Please, find out more about essay services here and feel free to contact me in the messenger with any further questions.

Conventions are a set of generally accepted standards for written English. They include spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar, and sentence structure.

The use of conventions is the general demand to academic writing. Students should:

– follow spelling rules
– use correct punctuation
– ise verb forms and tenses correctly
– write full sentences that express complete thoughts
– demonstrate paragraph organization and use smooth transitions.

In you need to know how well you follow these demands, feel free to send the essay to me following the “grade my paper” tab. If you need help following writing conventions, consider using essay services I provide.

Interpersonal conflict is a conflict between people (may take the form of an argument, fight, voiced condemnation, etc.); a person and an organization (for example, a person sues a company for demonstrating bias or racism), a person and a state (for example, in the totalitarian regimes).

Intrapersonal conflicts, in their turn, are though taking place in human’s head. These may be the conflicts between what we want and what we have to do, a conflict between our logical and emotional response to something; some intrapersonal conflicts arise when a person does or has to do something which is against her values or ethical standards.

If you want to discuss any of these options and brainstorm ideas for the essay, feel free to message me right away!

Basically, citation stands for both

the cited information – either a direct quotations or a paraphrases of someone’s else words, and

the credit to source from which you have obtained it (even though it is better to refer to the later as a reference to avoid confusion).

Here are the phases with “citation” you are most likely to hear ))) with a short guide on how to understand them:

“Cite credible sources in your essay” – This means: Present ideas/facts/statistics from credible sources in your essay (in the form of direct quotations, close or summative paraphrases) and include the references to show where the information comes from
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“This is not a general knowledge. You have to include a citation here!” – this basically means you have to add a reference to the source where the mentioned idea/fact/statistics has been voiced.

“Use three sources” = 3 sources (books, articles, etc.) vs “Include at least three citations” – citations may come from 1 source or 3 different sources, but you need at least three of them – you can easily count looking for the in-text references given in parenthesis or footnotes.

Reading this post about quoting paraphrasing and summarizing might give you a better idea about how to cite the sources

Primary sources are contemporary accounts of an event, written by someone who experienced or witnessed the event in question. These are original documents such as diaries, letters, memoirs, journals, speeches, manuscripts, interviews, photographs, audio or video recordings, original literary or theatrical works etc.

Secondary sources are sources, which interpret primary sources, assign value to them, analyze their relevance, draw conclusions.

For example,
if you are writing about the philosophy of Nietzsche, the works he authored will be primary sources, while all other books and articles about the philosophy of Nietzsche – secondary.

Writing about World Wars you will probably use secondary sources – articles and books of historians, but you may also use primary ones – soldiers’ letters, poems written at war, written agreements concluded between the states at the time, etc.

Say you write about the gender issues in 60-ies. There are a lot of secondary sources on the topic so far, but you can also analyze some primary ones – the advertisements and movies of the time.

Should you have any other questions concerning your essay, feel free to message me right away!

I think the essay should be rather creative writing than a research paper. This means you are free to use lots of literary devices, which I strongly recommend here, such as analogy, metaphors, epithets.

Write as if you look with the eyes of the clock and describe what you see. For example, you may start telling that you have spend a long dark night investigating the shadows, now the light came into the room lightening 3 (4,5) long rows… As I mark the ninth clock, fist students start to come in – some head confidently to a definite place, some look around being unsure what place to choose.

Then, you may describe how the look of the students changes from the beginning to the end of the exam. Some of them may look concentrated, some – lost and desperate, nervously biting their pens. Therefore, finish with how students leave the room.

You may write the core of an essay and I might help adding some creative details when editing your essay.

First of all, you should understand that ‘professional’ does not mean long. A professional email gives clear statements about the reason of writing and the expected response. If it is too long, the reader may start to skim it and miss the main message.

The common structure of emails is:
1. Greeting (Dear Name, Ms/Mr. Name or Name Surname)
2. Expression of gratitude (especially when you respond): thank the sender for his enquiry about your service, for contacting you or your organization, for providing an insight/pointing to the drawbacks/shortcomings if you respond to the complaint, etc.
3. The reason for writing. Here are some nice options:
I’m writing to enquire about …
– I’m a [teacher of English composition] looking to [determine students’ needs in relation to essay writing]
– I am writing in reference to/ in regards to …

I am a representative/ on the […] team and I am reaching out today, because we are very interested in your …
– My [construction] firm is in need of expertize on [metal constructions], and many colleagues say your insight is unrivaled.

4. Demonstration of how what you ask for creates value for the recipient. Why is it important for him to respond with a letter/action you ask for?
5. A closing remark: I am looking forward … to your reply/ to discussing this with you further [date]/ to being in tough, etc.
6. A closing: Best regards, Sincerely, Yours truly, (in a separate line)
Then: your full name, position, detailed contact details in the next lines

It is recommended to add a subject line trying to characterize the content of the letter. Don’t ask questions here. Don’t say “hello”.

It is a must! to check the message for grammar mistakes and typos! It is a part of being perceived as a professional. In addition, some mistakes and typos do interfere with meaning. Just to see the importance of this, consider what difference one letter (now-not) makes in the messages: We are now/not looking to resolve this issue.

If you write many professional emails or launch an automated mailing to your clients, you should better have your emails proofread by a professional. If you are interested in receiving my proofreading services, message me and we will discuss the details.

Rhetorics deals with ethos, logos, and pathos. Each of these and, more importantly, all of them together make a speech/writing more effective and persuasive. I will briefly explain what using each means.

Ethos – establishment of authority and trust – if you present yourself as an expert in the field or cite reputable experts (using direct quotations in particular) or when you unite with your audience (using “we”), explain how the issue concerns you personally, tell for how long you have investigated the issue, etc., people are more likely to trust you.

Logos – appeal to logic – can be accomplished through making the speech/writing coherent, structured, introducing what you are going to speak about and making intermediate conclusions, drawing parallels between different events and phenomena, citing facts and statistics, etc.

Pathos – is an emotional appeal to the audience/readers or simply “winning their hearts” – it can be accomplished by telling a personal, funny or moving story, using emotionally colored language and literary devices such as metaphors, parallel constructions, rhetorical questions and similar.

Feel free to ask additional questions about rhetorics or use my help writing or revising your rhetorical analysis essay.

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