Author Archives: Chunjun Jia

Analysis on “The Special Sheep”

For this blog assignment, I would like to analyze two pictures from the picture book called “The Special Sheep,” written and illustrated by the Germany writer Daniela Drescher. The story tells about a very special sheep named Alberta who never … Continue reading

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Our Stories: Entering College

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Editorial: 5 Reasons Millennials Should Vote This Year —— A Fact Check

Editorial: 5 Reasons Millennials Should Vote This Year By USA Today Link:http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/editorials/2016/07/18/editorial-reasons-millennials-vote-year/87232374/   Claim 1: The millennials should vote for their student debts. Evidence: “Sanders ignited his revolution with promises to help a generation of young people and their families … Continue reading

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Defining Adulthood —— Annotated Bibliography

KENISTON, KENNETH. “In Search of Adulthood.” New York Times (1923-Current file), New York, N.Y., 1979. In the article, the author provided a thorough analysis of Peter Blos’ search for the adulthood of the adolescents. As an accomplished psychoanalytical researcher and … Continue reading

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Drinking Age And Adulthood

I always find myself engaging in a very interesting discussion with others: Why can one serve in the military at 17, but cannot drink alcohol legally until he/she is 21? It is easy to feel the intensity of discussion about … Continue reading

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