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Thus, this research paper in principle and retrospect would discuss and contextualize the impact and the direct effects of the use of such language. It is important to note and mention that the paper will also explore the ways and means through which the African American vernacular language gets to spread and gain prominence in the human society.
It would be of key interest to gauge with utmost precision the specific or exact extent to which code switch as employed or is being used by President Barack Obama. This is to say that it would seeks to contextualize the exact step through which the President juggles between the standard language and the vernacular language. Similarly, it would be proper to contextualize the prospective effects of the code switch not only to the earning cycles but the whole society as a whole. In retrospect, it means that research process would inquire how the students and the society as a whole may be encouraged to continue to use the slang or African American vernacular language once they see the President-the symbol of highest authority use the same code of language.
Given the nature and aspect of this research process, it is a cross of a qualitative and quantitative research. Thus, it is safe to assert that it would be an exploratory type of research because it would touch and focus on the numerical aspect such as the number or percentage of people in the society are likely to be encouraged to continue to use the slang. In the same line of thought, it may also touch and explain the number of people who may feel discouraged to use the same vernacular in the lives accordingly.
Equally important is the fact that the study would expound on the aspect or issue of the quality of conversations relative to the use of proper English language (Rickford & Rickford, 2002). This is to say that the quality of
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. Required Text “Artforms”, Preble, Duane, Patrick Frank and Sarah Preble," Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, Tenth Edition. ISBN 9780205797530. Format This research document is to be double-spaced, Times New Roman, using the 12-point font ************************************************************************ The Early Life of the Artist 1.
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Last month as I was reading in my study, it came to hit me that there was a lot of similarity between the two books. I could read some lines in The Metamorphosis, and think, I have read this somewhere else. I took a keen interest in this, and it dawned on me that what I was reading was in many ways similar to what I had read in A Thousand and One Nights.
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f the Headless Horseman, the German folktale that Sleepy Hollow is based on, is a well-known one, many people were edgy upon finding out that it was to be made into a film. The tale of the Headless Horseman is not for the faint of heart, and while there is no limit to the
Thereafter, these myths are debunked by illustrating that African American English is a dialect in its own right, and students tend to learn better through it. Finally, several strategies have been examined and justifications made for how they can work.
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Also, few assumptions were made to make the research possible such as the companies under investigation had already realized their optimal profits. The findings were combined to give a comprehensive report whereby conclusions and recommendations were derived.