Tag Archives: An Essay
Every essay, no matter what type consists of an introduction, a main body and a conclusion. All these three elements are crucial to write any essay. If any of these elements are missing than an essay is incomplete or not properly structured. The introduction is just a beginning part and is the most important part of any essay. It consists of background information on the topic and a thesis or the scope of the essay. The introduction must be written in a summarized way and not to provide all the necessary details. It must work as a microcosm of the entire essay and reader after reading should be able to acknowledge what is coming ahead in the essay. Since the topic of this article is on introduction we are only going to focus on how to write an appealing introduction of an essay. Read below to find more information on writing an essay introduction.
This is an essay discussing computer crimes. Computer crimes are on the rise with more and more companies reporting these crimes. According to McCollum, (2002) a survey was conducted and ninety three percent of those surveyed reported that there was some sort of security breach in their computers. The percentage of crime and the financial cost of the crime are both increasing. Most of the security breaches are external through the internet, while a small percentage of the crimes are carried out on the internal systems, but it is very difficult to identify whether the breach is external or internal.
This is an essay on the surveillance society and the global war on terrorism. The shock and horror after the deadly terrorist crimes of September 11, 2001 led to major legal changes in America that weaken fundamental civil liberties and constitutional privileges. In swift succession, government security and intelligence agents have been granted broad powers to spy lawfully on citizens and others in this country, without proof of any crime.
This is an essay on mononucleosis. Infectious mononucleosis, also known as mono, kissing disease and glandular fever is a very common illness caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), which is a member of the herpes virus family. By the time most people reach adulthood, an antibody against EBV can be reveal in their blood. It means that most people at some point in their life have been infected with EBV. Infectious mononucleosis developed its general name of “kissing disease” from this prevalent form of transmission among teenagers. (Ebell, 1994)