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Writing
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What is the difference between a topic sentence and a thesis statement?

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Answer:

A topic sentence declares the subject matter that the paper will discuss; a thesis statement prefaces the course the paper will take while also attaching a judgment or opinion to the topic at hand.

Literature
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In George Orwell's 1984 what is the significance of groupthink?

Emily A.
Answer:

The government and Big Brother are attempting to control every aspect of their citizens' lives. This dystopian society is told when to work, exercise, and even what they are and aren't allowed to say. This relentless control over the citizens' lives creates a limited amount of time to think and form original thoughts. This absolute control over the citizens' time plus the forced messages via television, posters, and constant surveillance forces a particular mindset into their citizens in order to avoid any sort of rebellious thoughts or actions.

Communication
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What are the four zones in Hall's Spatial Zones?

Emily A.
Answer:

The four zones are: intimate (0-18 inches), personal (18 inches-4 feet), social (4-12 feet), and public (12 or more feet).

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