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Genetic Engineering is very useful to humans especially in the field of: medicine, as many drugs have resulted from Genetic Engineering experiments. It also holds promise in developing and producing vaccines; and in agriculture, since altering plant and crop DNA can make them resistant to extreme temperatures, disease and pests.
Good Genetic Engineering dissertations and UK essays should be able to introduce claims that support or negate an argument, they should be able to demonstrate and thus make the readers realize the benefits and disadvantages with respect to a particular topic. A strong dissertation or UK essay should be able to persuade readers and convince them to take a stand. In a UK essay, a good topic sentence and thesis statement makes gets it going in the right direction. To accomplish this, the essay should have as many arguments, facts and details as possible with regards to the topic. Consequently, the writer should also present the disadvantages of the issue and refute them point by point.
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A strong conclusion emphasising the point of view of the essay is also very important in the UK essay, as this will serve to be the hammering point of the writer to the reader. Presenting a strong conclusion makes the arguments and the ideas presented by the writer stick in the readers’ mind.
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Writing Genetic Engineering dissertations and Genetic Engineering essays is not an easy task because Genetic Engineering is a very complicated subject. For a student to be able to write dissertations and UK essays about Genetic Engineering, he or she must have not only writing skills, but also a good working knowledge of Genetic Engineering. Students are more likely to have difficulty with dissertations. In this case, sample dissertations will be of utmost benefit to students.
Genetic Engineering dissertations and UK essays should be presented in an argumentative and reasonable manner. Dissertations would most often involve experiments, while UK essays will be more of discussions and analyses of selected Genetic Engineering topics. The field of Genetic Engineering started in the 1970s, branching off from Molecular Biology. Its main purpose to actively and deliberately alter the genetic structure of of living beings.
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Balancing Rites and Rights: The Social and Cultural Politics of New-Style Weddings in Republican Shanghai, 1898-1953 (by CHARLOTTE LUCIA COWDEN)
I just wanted to share the link of this dissertation review that I find to be very useful. Please read the excerpt that I get from the actual article:
reexamining the religious policies and administrations of the Liao, Northern Song, and Jin states, Contending States and Religious Orders in North China and in East Asian Context, 906-1260 successfully provides us with a whole new understanding of the history of the “conquest dynasties” and North China from the 10th to 13th centuries. The religious policies of the “conquest dynasties” have long been considered as manifestations of the excessive religious devotion of their individual ruling houses. Jesse Sloane looks at the religious policies as historically related and successive phenomena beyond the question of dynasties changes. He then goes on to demonstrate that those policies were all deeply influenced by religious trends in northern Chinese society during the same period.
This dissertation is divided into seven chapters. After the introductory chapter one, chapter two examines the adoption and development of religious policies during the early years of the Liao and Song states. Through a careful, elaborate analysis of the context of the relevant materials, the author reveals that Buddhism and Confucianism did not necessarily have a significant influence over the Khitan Court, even as source materials indicate that early qaγans occasionally protected and patronized them. At the same time, the Song state postured itself as a successor to the Tang state in translating and printing Buddhist scriptures and, soon after it was founded, resumed an endeavor that would result in creating a Buddhist canon capable of mass replication…”
Surviving the Dissertation: Tips from Someone Who Mostly Has
A portion of the article that I wanted to share…
In the sticky, sweltering heat of late summer, I wrote a little post called “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Dissertation,” which translated my writing struggles into a therapeutic list of writing tips. This post was written as I despairingly grappled with many of the negative emotions that can accompany slogging through a long form project like a dissertation (guilt, self-loathing, and a healthy dose of but I don’t wanna, primarily).