logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
back to top
Search tags: academic-writing
Load new posts () and activity
Like Reblog Comment
text 2018-10-31 07:02
ADVANTAGES OF HIRING THE PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC WRIITNG SERVICES

Professional academic writing services are the services in which professional academic writers do the coursework and assignment writing tasks of the students in exchange of money. Such a best coursework writing service is generally affordable and it has become very common for the students to hire them. By hiring these services, students also get relieved and stress-free since their work is being done by the professionals.

 

If you are a student, below are the top three biggest advantages of hiring professional academic writing services:

 

1. Students save a lot of their time

 

Assignment writing consumes a lot of a student’s time. It really does not matter if the student is a bright one or a weak one, almost all the students take too much in writing their homework assignments. Because students off course are the novice and they cannot do such tasks at the high pace. So, the majority of the students take too much time in writing their homework academic assignment. For writing the assignment, you first have to gather the right material and research for it. Then you have to sit and brainstorm on the topic. Depending upon the nature of the assignment, you might have to do certain experimentation and devise results or do some kind of calculations. All this is impossible to do in a single sitting. A lot of time is required for writing a top-notch quality assignment. But the majority of the teachers do not realize the time management issues of the students and assign them with a homework writing assignment with a very short time span. This makes it further impossible for the students to do a high-quality assignment. But if the students hire professional academic writers to do their homework academic writing tasks, they are saved from all this hassle. The professional writers would use their expertise to write top notch quality assignments for the students at affordable rates.

 

2. Students get good grades on their coursework assignments

 

It does not matter if the students like doing writing assignments or not, getting good grades on them is necessary for the students. Some students do not take their assignments seriously but they then have to suffer the loss in the end, in form of a poor academic record. No matter how good your performance in the exams is, if the grades on your assignments are not good enough, your academic record surely is going to have a toll on it. But scoring good grades on the academic assignments is not as easy as it seems. The marking criterion that the teachers have set is very strict. They do not tolerate any kind of mistake. Actually, the education system in the developed countries like the United Kingdom is really very developed so they expect only absolute quality from the students, that is why the marking criterion is very difficult. However, students can hire professional academic writers. Professional academic writers are experts at doing these assignments. They have the experience to write top notch quality content on even the toughest academic writing assignments topics. So, by hiring these specialists' writers, students would have such top-notch quality assignments to submit to their teachers, on which scoring good grades is guaranteed. Thus, the students can maintain their academic record as well. Especially those students, who are weak in their studies or are bad writing assignments, they would benefit a lot from such services.

 

3. Students perform better in their studies

 

There is no denying to the fact that the academic assignment writing task is one of the most time consuming and difficult things that the university going students do. But this activity somehow also affects the performance of the students as well. In university, it is essential for the survival of the student that he revises his lectures daily because it is normal for the teachers to conduct surprise quizzes or tests. But if all the time of the students is consumed in writing the homework academic assignment, they are not left with any to revise their lecture. Students are busy with the lectures during the day and they spend their nights writing academic assignments. Hence, by not revising their homework lectures daily, they suffer great academic loss and their performance in the studies retards as well. Students must utilize their time in the activities that actually benefit them. So, it is wiser to hire professional academic writers for doing the lengthy and difficult writing assignments so that you may study and prepare your courses. Professional writers are qualified and experienced so you do not need to worry about how they would do the work. Also, by revising daily, you would prepare yourself for the final exams as well which means you would stress less about the exams.

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2018-04-26 12:17
A book for those who are not afraid to ask uncomfortable questions and are willing to challenge the status quo.
Memory Battles of the Spanish Civil War: History, Fiction, Photography - Sebastiaan Faber

Thanks to Edelweiss and to the publishers (Vanderbilt University Press) for providing me a copy of the book that I freely chose to review.

I was drawn to this book because although I was born and grew up in Spain, I have spent the last 25 years of my life in the UK, and between the time invested in education and work, I know I have missed some of the big debates about the past that have taken place in the country. From personal experience, I know that living abroad gives you a different perspective, usually wider, on a country’s history and society, and I was interested to learn the opinions of a foreign Hispanist on the controversial topic of the book.

This book was illuminating for me. I’ve discovered that I need to catch up and read books, watch documentaries, and explore the memory movement in Spain. I know some details thanks to my mother’s family, but it is a drop in the ocean compared to the many initiatives and projects that have been implemented. I learned about laws (helpful and, mostly, unhelpful), about controversy and debates, about the origin of well-known photographs and documents (including the fact that photographers shared cameras and subjects during the Spanish Civil War, and no matter what their intent, those photographs also had, even at the time, a commercial value), about the uneasy relationship between Culture, cultural objects, and History. Is fiction less valuable when it comes to documenting the reception and the collective memory of a historical event? Or more?

Although I am not an expert in History, I have read some History books over the years and one of the things I found more refreshing about this volume, which collects a variety of essays on topics that fit in well together, is the fact that rather than offering an authoritative version of events or pontificating about the right or wrong way of looking at a particular period in history, it asks questions. On relevancy: how can an academic book written in English discussing events and recent debates about Spanish history and politics reach a wider audience? Are academics simply talking to themselves without ever reaching the general public (unless given an “official” status)? On the approach and the position historians should take when researching and writing their findings: Can historical essays and books ever be “neutral”? And should they be “neutral”? Isn’t it better to be open about one’s point of view and allegiances? (As the author observes, WWII historians are clearly positioned when writing about the war, but in Spain, this is frowned upon). On comparative studies and the risks of conflating similar events in different countries and eras, thereby missing the most interesting and fruitful aspects for analysis: Is it legitimate to apply international models (like those developed through the Holocaust studies) to the Spanish Civil War and the Francoist repression?  On the position of the intellectuals and how politics and affiliations affect even those who try hardest to be rigorous. How can those intellectuals who were heavily invested in the Transition open up to other opinions and not consider them a personal criticism? On the memory movement, the hurdles faced by those trying to find out more about relatives or friends, and about the resistance of historians to see any value in memory narratives. Is forgetting the past the best option, or do the unhealed wounds and traumas that have been festering, no matter how long for, always find a way to resurface? About the boom in historical fiction novels about the Civil War and what they tell us about society and popular opinion. Although the author’s opinions are clearly stated, the questions hang there and readers can take them up and find their own answers.

As I said, I cannot claim to any expertise on the topic, and I suspect experts will have much to take issue with in this book, but for me, it helps provide the tools to answer some of the questions that inform the author’s work and that are the same that a large part of the Spanish population are asking. Quoting from the book:

How have history, fiction, and photography shaped Spanish memory? How has democratic Spain dealt with the legacy of the Civil War, the Franco dictatorship, and the Transition? And how have academics, writers, filmmakers, photographers, and journalists in Spain and elsewhere engaged with a collective process that is central to the country’s future as a unified, functioning democracy?

In view of recent events, these questions are more pressing and relevant than ever, and I hope this book reaches as wide an audience as possible. I recommend it to anybody who is open to fresh perspectives on the subject and is up for a challenging — but ultimately rewarding— read.

Like Reblog Comment
review 2017-05-17 00:00
The Elements of Academic Style: Writing for the Humanities
The Elements of Academic Style: Writing for the Humanities - Eric Hayot It has some useful advice on (academic) writing but it's the kind of book you could easily avoid while writing a book be it academic or otherwise. Hayot's writing seemed dry at times.
Like Reblog Comment
review 2015-06-18 00:00
50 Steps to Improving Your Academic Writing
50 Steps to Improving Your Academic Writing - Chris Sowton A really comprehensive academic writing course.
Like Reblog Comment
review 2013-03-20 00:00
Stylish Academic Writing
Stylish Academic Writing - Helen Sword Unfortunately, the books is exactly what Sword criticizes scholarly writing is about but shouldn't be: "stodgy, jargon-laden, abstract prose that ignores or defies most of the stylistic principles outlined" (p. 3) in the book The Elements of Style. Her own book is "a compulsive proclivity for discursive obscurantism and circumambulatory diction" (p. 3). In other words, the books is confusing; I was just lost, and didn't get anything from it. Sword did superb research of other people's writing. Maybe too much research. She got lost in the same thing she was trying to teach us to avoid. In fact, I hated doing this, but I returned the book and asked for a refund.
More posts
Your Dashboard view:
Need help?