Category Archives: A13: Rebuttal Essay

Rebuttal Essay – Kenyah King Ho-Sang

Opponents to the matter that rape is not as big a deal in society are termed rape apologists. Rape apologists argue that rape is infrequent, misreported, over-reported, or in some cases “excusable,” in cases such as marriage, or women being … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Essay – Rory O’Connell

Wearing Helmets for less Risk Helmets are designed to effectively protect the head of bikers in case of an accident. When bikers fall helmets have been show to reduce chances of head injury by 85%. In hospitals, 7% of head injuries in … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Essay – Jodi Dziedzic

A common misconception in today’s society is the distinguishable line between tagging graffiti and graffiti as an art form. When presenting someone with a work of tagging graffiti, it is typically disapproved of for its lack of pleasing aesthetics and … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Argument – Anthony Matias

The Miracle Pill Multivitamins aren’t always bad news though, certain multivitamins and dietary supplements help make the lives of certain people easier. Doctors will rarely tell a patient to take a multivitamin or eating a healthy diet but there are … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Essay- Joseph Passalacqua

What Employers Really Look For When employers are reviewing applications for new job applicants, they obviously will search for the candidate to have all of the training and education needed to perform the tasks needed for their particular job.  A … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Argument- Brianne Waters

Leaving Children Behind, One Law At A Time The No Child Left Behind Act was created in order to standardize the education system as a whole and provide equal opportunity education to children who are economically or mentally disadvantaged. Creators … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Essay – Adam Tutolo

The Brain Rules All Some people believe that the phenomenon of diffusion of responsibility stems from purely what you see. For example, a bystander will not help based on the victims race, gender, or age. Although this theory may be true the sub-conscience mind plays … Continue reading

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