ACT Essay Topics

Maggie in Act One

Hobson’s choice was written during 1914 – 1915 The story itself follows a middle-class family who own and run a boot maker in Salford, near Manchester, in Lancashire. This play is set in Victorian Salford in Manchester. A man called Henry Horatio Hobson who owns a shoe shop. He has 3 daughters who he wants married… View Article

Victor’s act

In Frankenstein, many issues are raised concerning science’s interference with nature. Today, scientists are coming increasingly close to being able to clone a human being using genetic engineering. Dolly, the first cloned sheep is proof that we have the technology to clone mammals. From Frankenstein we can learn that creating new life is a massive… View Article

Abigail in Act One

Act One. Discuss in detail how you would direct either Reverend Parris or Abigail in Act One. Refer to voice, movement, gesture and facial expression in your essay; explore the relationship between your chosen character and the others on stage, commenting on their symbolic representation within the play. Arthur Miller was born in New York… View Article

Final Act of the play

Secondly Elizabeth made a sacrifice, and really showed by doing this how much she respects John Proctor as her husband. When it came to the question itself, whether John was a lecher, she waited a while before she came to a final decision as she had no idea what to say, not knowing what her… View Article

How may advertising act as a barrier to entry?

Like almost every science, the school of Industrial economics is made up of theory and empirical studies. In Industrial economics, empirical studies are industry studies conducted by a number of researchers. Joe Bain, from the Harvard school of industrial economics, first mentions barriers to entry in an industry study he conducted in the early 1950s…. View Article

My Production of Act 1

My production of this scene will be performed in the round, with the audience seats rising outwards as if looking in to a pit. The stage itself will have a single light shining brightly from the centre straight up into a gap in the ceiling. The performance will be set in the main hallway of… View Article

The USA Patriot Act

On the other hand civil liberties and defense lawyers are of the opinion that the new FBI rules appear to encourage agents to ignore constitutional concerns. Ann Beeson, a staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union, said the system will encourage prosecutors to rely too heavily on evidence gathered by secret intelligence methods. “They’re… View Article

Japanese Exclusion Act of 1924

Japanese Exclusion Act of 1924, also known as the Immigration Act of 1924, was one of the federal laws of the United States that limited the quantity of immigrants to United States from any country to a certain percentage of the total number of people from that country who were already living in the United… View Article

An Analysis of the Homeland Security Act of 2002

As a response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the United States government established a separate agency within the federal system to prevent future terrorist activities. Hence, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was created, along with the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (HSA). The HSA identified and explained the principle, jurisdiction and duties… View Article

Kansas Nebraska Act

John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry, Virginia in October 1859, was one of the most important and explosive catalyst within the country, which for a number of years, continued to tread closer and closer towards a civil war. Both the North and the South had experienced a contentious relationship for many decades. This went back… View Article

Patriot Act

In her article, Cathy Zeljak maintains that the Patriot Act has infringed on Americans’ civil liberties, particularly the Fourth Amendment’s protections against illegal searches and surveillance. Using the recent history of legal decisions on law enforcement agencies’ information-gathering practices, the author argues that the Patriot Act strips citizens of the legal protections they received in… View Article

Occupiers Liability Act

The duty of care owed by owners and occupiers of premises is a statutory duty imposed by the Occupiers Liability Acts 1957 and 1984. By virtue of the Occupiers Liability Act 1957, the duty of care imposed on occupiers is a duty in respect of all visitors to the premises in question. The duty of… View Article

Illinois Employers

The Illinois WARN reduces the number of employees required for an employer’s notification, which should be done 60 days advance, in case of layoffs or closing. It reduces from 100 (as set by the federal WARN) to not less than 75 full-time employees who has a combined working time of 4,000 hours or more per… View Article

The Aborigines Act of 1905

The Aborigines Act of 1905 supposed to be an act that raised provision for the better protection and care of the Aboriginal inhabitants of Western Australia; however in reality the real purpose of the act was not to make the general wellbeing of the Aborigines better, it was to control every movement they made and… View Article

Amendments is the Government protections for the imperiled/endangered species

The significance of these three Amendments is the Government protections for the imperiled/endangered species. These aerial, terrestrial, and aquatic creations were (and up to now) being inadequately taking cared of and are slowly forgotten their existence. And, if people knew that they’re now endangered, these species are put to these people’s cages and brought home… View Article