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To understand the most important characteristics of a society, one must study its major cities. Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the statement and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, you should consider ways in which the statement might or might not hold true and explain how these considerations shape your position. ============================================================================================================================= A society is formed by urban, sub-urban and rural areas. Each of these have there own contributions towards the society. The characteristics of a society can never be measured only from urban areas because the various characteristics of a society are distributed differently among different areas. To understand the important aspect of the culture of a society one often needs to find it in rural areas as in urban areas their will be a amalgam of cultures as people from different societies come and live there. To know the population index of a society, the overall population of the society and density in each area best justifies the study instead of studying just its major cities where it is densely populated. Lifestyle of a society is also an important characteristic of a society. To understand the lifestyle of a society one needs to study all the areas to understand the changes in lifestyle. But there are certain important aspects of a society which can be studied from its major cities. For example, economy of a society can best be studied from its major cities. Even then if the societies main economy is agriculture this condition holds false. An important characteristic of a society can best be studied by considering all the areas of the society as each and every area of a society plays its unique role in forming a society. The result of the study of a characteristic should give idea of an entire society rather than just its urban areas.
Hi guys. This is my first essay. It is a bit short. I have given the prompt and the answer below. Please evaluate and do give your feedback. Prompt: Science and technology will one day be able to solve all of society’s problems. Write a response to the prompt in which you discuss whether or not you agree or disagree. Be certain to fully develop your position and carefully consider ways in which your position could be challenged. Answer: I do agree to an extent with the given statement. Science and Technology have been the solution to many of the problems that society has faced throughout time. For example, take the Plague or any of the diseases that humankind has faced. They have almost eradicated humans. Had it not been for Science, we would not have found a cure for the disease and saved ourselves. Technology has also played a vital role in solving society's problems. Earlier, people used fire signals to communicate over long distances. Any news had to travel for many days before they reached the intended recipient. Due to the growth of technology, we are able to communicate with people halfway across the world within seconds. This demonstrates how powerful technology can be. We have made strides in both fields since then. Now, society is plagued with a new set of problems like global warming, fickle economies, lack of medical treatment. Consider global warming, Science has helped us to find better solutions that are environmentally sustainable and cleaner. Technology has helped us find alternate fuels, new energy sources. It has also helped spread awareness about the alarming state of our planet. It has helped connect people around the world rally for a better solution. Technology has helped take medicine to almost every nook and cranny. Remote medicine is finding its holding and has helped people in inaccessible places, get proper medical treatment. Take Google Brain for example, doctors and engineers have worked together to create a system that analyses diseases with improved accuracy. It has helped cancer patients get an early diagnosis and effective treatment methods. The world may not be an Utopia right now but it can solve the problems that we face, only if Science and Technology go hand-in-hand.
Argument: Several charitable organizations in Pleasantvillle provide opportunities for teenagers to engage in community service. These organizations have a great need for volunteers, but in recent years, the number of teenager volunteers has significantly declined. The Pleasantville school board should take measures to increase the number of volunteers. teachers, parents, and other community members agree that is important for young people to learn the value of community service. requiring high school students to engage in community service would provide much-needed assistance to worthy local charities and would also help young people understand the importance of giving back to their community. for this reason, the Pleasntville school board should institute a program requiring students of Pleasantvillle high school to complete 40 hours of community service prior to graduation. Write a response in which you examine the stated and/or unstated assumptions of the argument. Be sure to explain how the argument depends on the assumptions and what the implications are if the assumptions prove unwarranted. Response: Now a days, teenagers have more responsibilities and less leisure time and should not have another requirement of completing 40 hours of community service on their backs, limiting other important necessities they may have. Teenagers are very involved in sports, prepping for college in all sorts of ways and some even have jobs. Instead they should be given the choice but shown the importance of why and let them choose. High school is a tough time for teenagers. They are trying to balance school, sports, jobs and more. They may or may not have time to take part in social media. Although charity is important and builds character, they need to be taught that character first and be able to choose if they want make a good decision or not. College is competitive meaning students are doing all they can to get accepted. This includes taking accredited college courses in High school, performing in sports or extra curricular activities, working to build their resume and studying for the SAT(a test for students to be accepted into college). Teenagers may be more stressed if they are pushed into another responsibility. This may also cause teenagers rebel, push them over the limit or quit because it is too much to handle. Instead of forcing the teens into community service, the School Board should educate them on the importance of community service. One way they can do this is to use the ongoing motivation of getting into college as a booster with the idea that more community service can get increase their chances of getting into a good school. They can also educate them on time management so they can inevitably fit in some volunteer hours. Also incentives such as extra credit to the students who perform the most community service could also motivate the teenagers. Educating them, instead of pushing them into it can be more beneficial because it can build the students character by choosing a non-selfish decision and it can also create a more positive attitude among the students instead of the community service becoming a drag or time waster in their naive minds. Overall, the school board should not force students into 40 hours of community service due to teenagers busy schedule and for their mental health of not feeling overwhelmed but instead enlighten them about the option of participating in it. There are always alternative and positive ways into getting more participants in community service than to negatively push them into it. Some students may be able to juggle it all while other teenagers can not add anymore to their plate of responsibilities.