There are many negative causes and difficulties migrants face when traveling to America, and even when they reach their destination. Such as the lack of equal rights for immigrants in America, human trafficking, and irregular migration. A cause of these people having to move is the amount of violence in their home countries and forced gang labor.
First, there is a growing problem of unequal in America for undocumented immigrants who earn their stay by contributing to the overall economy. In “Caught in the Middle: Asian Immigrants Struggle to Stay in America”, it explains that the children who are undocumented, can’t use their scholarship money to get into college. These parents of these children also have lingering fear of being found out and being deported away from their children. This causes many problems for the family including heavy emotional stress and separation.
Human trafficking and irregular migration are also a problem for migrants who are on the run. People who migrate run the risk of being kidnapped and may be sold into slavery. Thankfully, IOM is informing people about these dangers, as can be read in "Raising Awareness of the Dangers of Human Trafficking and Irregular Migration". It also explains how women and those with low intelligence are susceptible.
Finally, the case of many migrations is forced gang labor. Many children are being forced to do the "dirty work" for these gangsters in their home countries. That's why these children have to decide whether they run for their lives or stay and continue to do these life endangering jobs. As can be seen in "Is Trek of Undocumented Immigrant Children Safer Than Staying Home" it explains that the gangsters have control over the police.
In conclusion, there a lot of difficulties migrants face when migrating. There are also many causes that force them to migrate including forced gang labor and exploitation. Many difficulties include human trafficking, irregular migration, and...
Ethical and economical issues of using migrant workers
Submitted to Henry Clayhills Ericsson
by Anastasiya Tsishkova
Around 200 million people in the world work away from their home country.
International labor law provides for equality of opportunity and non discrimination at work for all workers, including migrant workers. However, in the international system, citizenship confers exclusive rights to nationals of each country. Deprived of these rights and alien to different societies and cultures in their countries of employment, migrant workers are at a disadvantage.
Migrants have to face many barriers which affect them while trying to find a job. Among these barriers are the following: language, cultural barriers, overseas skills and qualification recognition, lack of work experience, racism.
Workers’ productivity depends on a number of factors, in particular: what they bring to a job, for example, their level of education and skills and how well they are used in the economy. For example, the capital available for them to use, the quality of business organization or work practices, and the ability of the labor market to recognize all their skills, so that they are given appropriate jobs. Immigrants tend to raise average productivity, not only through personal contributions...
How to write Essay in SBI PO Exam?
Dear readers, as you know that SBI PO 2014 Paper will also contain a Descriptive Test of 50 marks (1 hour duration), which will consist of English Language Comprehension, Short Précis, Letter Writing & Essay).
So, here we are presenting you "How to write Essay?" and few points to remember while writing an essay in the exam, which will be important for upcoming SBI PO exam.
How to write an essay?
1. Analyze the prompt.
Note exactly what is asked in the question.
Write down the prompt on the rough page.
Underline the key words in the prompt. Look for words like "explain," "identify," "analyze" or "define."
Break down the prompt into components. If you are to "identify" something and then "analyze" it, then write 1 paragraph identifying what's requested and a second paragraph analyzing what you identified.
2. List all of your ideas.
Write short sentence fragments or keywords of all of the facts that you can remember. These should be facts that will support the arguments or statements that you will make in your essay.
3. Write a thesis statement for the entire essay.
This statement should identify the point that you will make in your essay.
Avoid writing statements about yourself. For instance, don't write "I think" or "The point I will make today is..."
Make the thesis statement...
Social responsibility is an ideal topic for debate; there have been mixed results for companies and individuals who have pursued social responsibility. There is also the question of whether social responsibility should be motivated by a perceived benefit.This type of essay is based on philosophical theories on the necessity of social responsibility backed up with facts about previous social responsibility efforts. For example, anessay could be about how giving support to disaster victims can significantly boost an entity's professional image.
Social responsibility is a broad field of study; there are numerous factors to analyze in determining which mix of factors will have the highest chance of a successful social responsibility effort. For example, an author can look into the different types of philanthropy that address a social injustice, including: giving monetary gifts, hosting social awareness events and starting a sub-organization which addresses the issue at hand. Each type of social effort may have varying levels of effectiveness depending on the people's acceptance and the complexity of the issue itself.
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There are an abundant number of social responsibility campaigns enacted by different companies and individuals. Authors choose...
...Centre for Language Study
Pre-Sessional Course A 2013 WRITING TASK 4: Assessed Essay
WRITING TASK 4 is your assessed essay and you will need to write an essay of 1200-1400 words. This is the same length as the essay in WRITING TASK 3. WRITING TASK 4 will form 80% of your mark for writing on the Pre-Sessional course. Please select a title from the list here: 1. Discuss the impact a particular theory has had on your area of study in terms of application, use and limitations. 2. Explain the problems caused by offshore oil spills, giving an example of a particular incident or incidents and evaluate the effectiveness of the measures taken in order to resolve the issue. 3. Discuss the extent to which female buying behaviour differs from male buying behaviour and how marketing can address these differences with reference to a particular market sector (such as clothing, food or technology products). 4. Compare and contrast the recruitment strategies used by two UK supermarkets (such as Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury’s) and assess the potential of these strategies for staff retention and career progression. 5. Examine to what extent the international marketing of luxury brands from Europe has changed to adapt to the emerging markets, and consider the implications for future marketing of new product lines. 6. To what extent can the leadership qualities of a successful entrepreneur be defined, studied and then applied in...
...Name: Andrew Gordon
Subject: Exp201, Professor Morales
Sei Shonagon: Hateful Things
Essay question: Consider Sei Shonagon’s definition of the word ‘hate’ in the Heian era. Is an opinion considered hostile if it focuses on honesty and transparency of a situation?
“Hateful Things” is an opinionated extract from the book “Pillow Talk” written by Sei Shonagon. Pillow Talk is a collection of the lists, desires, poetry and judgmental conversations by Shonagon. Sei Shonagon is a Japanese female novelist born in Heian era, who is famous for her articulation of the annoyances, she witnesses on a daily basis. Her wide range of dislikes focuses on different themes, in particular simulation of situations with comedic value with attention to a leading undertone.
The extract “Hateful Things” may be considered a personal essay. Regardless of the content of the extract being labeled as mostly hateful, the description of the scenarios leaves an intimate connection to the reader. Sei details her pet peeves in such a way that it paints an imaginary portrait in the audience’s mind. The essay has no real flow but rather a consistent list of demeaning situations by the voice of Sei. Even with this unique way of writing, the reader realizes the intimacy the persona has with the taste of hatred.
In this essay, I plan to analyze the root of the author’s hate and argue about the perception of a...
...tutorial x 13 weeks)
Lecturers: Ms Fazidah Abdul Jamil., Mdm Goh Wan Chen,
Ms Saratha Thevi Ramasamy, Ms Norzaireen Shamsul Kamar
This course is designed for students who require the necessary skills for tertiary studies. Some basic grammatical concepts are taught and students are to apply them in their writing. Writing will focus on the development of coherent paragraphs. Reading skills will cover such strategies as scanning, skimming, main ideas, contextual clues and inferences.
Upon completion of this subject, student will be able to:
1. write summaries as well as process, comparison-contrast and cause-effect essays
2. apply basic grammatical concepts in writing
3. answer questions based on academic texts
4. give oral presentations
1. Daise, D., Norloff, C., and Carne, P., (2011). Q: Skills for Success 4 : Reading and Writing Oxford University Press, UK
2. Paterson, K, and Wedge, R., (2013). Oxford Grammar for EAP. Oxford University Press, UK
Cambridge International Dictionary of English (1997), Cambridge University Press, UK
Mode of Assessment:
 Class participation 5%
 Quiz 1 15%
 Quiz 2 10%
 Oral Presentation 10%
 Mid-Term Examination 20%
 Final Examination 40%
Syllabus – FDENG001
...Mrs. Danielo she was really nice. She introduce herself and asked us our names and our major. She gave us the syllabus for the semester and explained us how we have to ride this bus together and motivate other students and help them to ride the bus.
First couple of weeks was slow as we were trying to know everyone in the class. After that here comes the big turn, homework and writing essays. I have never written an essay in my life while I was living in India. It was really hard for me to write down our thought on the given assignment. My English is not good and grammar is worse. I was really afraid of writing, I didn’t want to tell anyone. I missed my first essay due date and even second essay due date. After some days Mrs. Danielo called me in her office during office hours. She told me to drop the class I was surprised and scared I didn’t know why she is telling me to drop her class? She told that I haven’t submitted my two essays yet and it will waste of her and my time if I keep on doing this. I started crying, she asked me what’s wrong and told her that I have never write an essay before and I am scared of writing. She told me “if you don’t even try how are you going to learn.” I went home and locked myself in room keep on crying. My mom keeps on asking me what happened. I opened the door and told her about dropping class. She asked me the reason and I told her everything,...
good and evil theme
A hook is named for its ability to catch the reader’s attention and make the reader want to read on. It is essential that stories, news articles, and especially essays begin with good hooks because a writer is often judged within the first few sentences. Just as the news tries to stimulate our fears by announcing a “danger in our water supply,” a writer must try to bring the reader from his or her world into the world of theessay. This is done with a few choice words at the beginning of the essay: the infamous hook. It is not easy to think of how to make someone want to read an essay about a novel. It’s not even easy to make them want to read some novels. The key is to say something that the reader can relate to by bringing the theme of the novel you are discussing to the forefront and applying it to current “fascinating” topics of discussion.
Types of hooks:
A close friend of mine was in the Vietnam War and he admitted to me that he was terrified every time he had to go into battle. Even so, I consider him one of the most courageous men I have ever known. It is not the absence of fear that defines courage, but the ability of one to force oneself to take action in spite of fear.
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“But I like the inconveniences.” “We don’t,” said the Controller. “We prefer to do...