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Example:

“He Is Who I Used to Be”: Escaping the Past in Jason Isbell’s “Live Oak”

While the persona attempts to hide or escape his past, each interaction with other people in Isbell’s “Live Oak,” he demonstrates that he cannot, leaving him with the reality that he is only one version of himself, unable to live in fantasy. 

Isbell’s persona is attempting to escape his criminal past by hiding it from himself as he refers to it as the “Man I used to be.” 

When interacting with his neighbors, “rumors” force the persona to expose his past to his unnamed lover. 

While the plot of the song shows a desire to leave the past behind, the revelation of the past and the lover’s acceptance demonstrates that it may not be necessary to leave it behind. 

The decision by the persona to kill the lover shows that her ability to accept his criminal past allowed him accept it. 

Ultimately, the deaths of the lover and the personas attempt to not be a criminal lead to the persona of the song accepting his own reality and moving on, rather than continuing to live in fantasy.

Purpose: Long form arguments require organization. Without organizing before you write, your papers can become rambling messes that are hard to follow. You need to organize your essay around your thesis statement and develop arguments from it. This is helped through sentence outlining.

Instructions: Take your approved thesis statement and begin to construct an outline. Write in a sentence outline format using bullet points and expanding where you need.

Example:

“He Is Who I Used to Be”: Escaping the Past in Jason Isbell’s “Live Oak”

While the persona attempts to hide or escape his past, each interaction with other people in Isbell’s “Live Oak,” he demonstrates that he cannot, leaving him with the reality that he is only one version of himself, unable to live in fantasy.

Isbell’s persona is attempting to escape his criminal past by hiding it from himself as he refers to it as the “Man I used to be.”

When interacting with his neighbors, “rumors” force the persona to expose his past to his unnamed lover.

While the plot of the song shows a desire to leave the past behind, the revelation of the past and the lover’s acceptance demonstrates that it may not be necessary to leave it behind.

The decision by the persona to kill the lover shows that her ability to accept his criminal past allowed him accept it.

Ultimately, the deaths of the lover and the personas attempt to not be a criminal lead to the persona of the song accepting his own reality and moving on, rather than continuing to live in fantasy.

Research paper 1

Research paper

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At a house construction and demolition firm in the United States, I am looking into reducing OHS hazards for new employees.

1. Area of study

House construction firm Ltd. is a demolition corporation with headquarters in the United States. Since 2001, it has been giving its services. It employs around 120 people in regular jobs.

With the addition of new projects during the previous two years, the number of new staff has increased dramatically. As the corporation hires more inexperienced and rookie staff, the number of accidents on the job site has climbed. The following are the key elements that are producing this problem:

a. Onsite supervisors’ lack of monitoring

b. Debris removal and OHS (Occupational Health and Safety) training for new staff are both lacking.

c. Inappropriate use of demolition equipment

d. As they are new to the profession, they are prone to physical exhaustion and tiredness.

2. The exact problem or issue that has to be looked into

This house construction company’s management challenge is the rising frequency of new employee injuries on the job.

I’m attempting to figure out the most typical new employee errors that lead to accidents.

I’m not sure what kind of safety training and instructions new workers receive, or how they’re introduced to the job locations before they start working. I’m also curious about how well the site supervisors provide these staff instructions.

Employee safety is crucial to the company’s success. Workers who are injured might stifle a company’s growth.

3. Question to be investigated

What causes new house construction firm employees to get wounded on the job?

4. Research objectives

i. To figure out what causes workplace accidents and dangers (new employees)

ii. To determine the most effective ways to reduce the number of accidents and risks.

iii. To learn about the many OHS training and induction programs available to new hires.

iv. Making advice to the house construction management team on how to effectively reduce the hazards that new employees experience

5. Data collection and analysis method/approach to

A variety of studies on OHS training and inductions for a safe workplace may be found online. As a result, I’ll be able to compile secondary data from online journals.

For primary data, I’ll create a questionnaire for the employees with around 70 responders, covering specific OHS questions, their work approach, and the directions given on the job. Based on their responses, I can tell how much they know about demolition and safety. This research will be conducted at several house construction work locations, focusing on new personnel. The Site supervisors will be interviewed to acquire further information.

Reference

Larsen, G. D., & Whyte, J. (2013). Safe construction through design: perspectives from the site team. Construction management and economics, 31(6), 675-690.