Compare and contrast the presentation of women in Mrs Dalloway and A Doll’s House. Consider the text in light of the statement that the lives of female characters in late 19th century literature, and early 20th century literature follow a predictable journey. 

By common definition, 'a predictable journey' refers to something behaving or occurring in a way that is expected. Looking at this notion in terms of literature, specifically in Ibsen's A Doll's House (1879), and Woolf's Mrs Dalloway (1925), the general preconceived consensus would probably be that , yes, there will be a predictable path the…Read more Compare and contrast the presentation of women in Mrs Dalloway and A Doll’s House. Consider the text in light of the statement that the lives of female characters in late 19th century literature, and early 20th century literature follow a predictable journey. 

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As you can see by the title and picture, this is *not* a recipe to follow to eat the end product, oh no. Far from it. This is a recipe that has nothing at all to do with food, but has absolutely everything to do with your dental health and health overall. Now, you may…Read more Toothpaste

Evaluate and explain the various theories of crime and deviance – how effective have the theories been in exploring the topic? 

To begin with, it's very important to understand there is a difference between the seemingly similar 'crime' and 'deviance'. Crime, by definition, is "an action or omission which constitutes an offence and is punishable by law", whereas deviance is "the fact or state of diverging from usual or accepted standards, especially in social behaviour." Many…Read more Evaluate and explain the various theories of crime and deviance – how effective have the theories been in exploring the topic? 

Occupational Jargon. What is it, and is it getting in the way of…conversation?

High sticks...roughing...cross-checking, are you aware of this jargon and to which occupation it belongs? The definitive answer is probably no. These words have quite possibly never passed your ears — if they have, you probably spend upwards of 70 minutes skating round an ice-rink, wearing a humbug-esque nylon shirt, that, or you know your ice-hockey…Read more Occupational Jargon. What is it, and is it getting in the way of…conversation?