Essay 1: The Effect of Decolonization on the British Economy
The paper has generally meant the scientific merit of a research paper. The problem statement which is the effect of decolonization on the British economy is well stated. Indeed, the introduction is satisfactory with some few errors on punctuations. Moreover, the first paragraph appears to long and should therefore be reduced. The thesis statement does not cover all that the paper will discuss; therefore everything should be included since this is the point where the reader gets to know what the paper will actually be all about. The graphs do not show the source, the writer or author should actually indicate the sources of all the graphs and tables that are used for illustrations in the paper.
The sub heading that shows how trade was conducted during the decolonization in different countries that include South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, as well as Rhodesia Nyasaland is essential. Nonetheless, the paper should have discussed the countries separately instead of lumping them up together. The conclusion made that judging from the data, the evidence suggests that decolonization bolstered growth, and had a positive effect for the British Economy. While the relative costs of defense were not significantly affected by decolonizing, the act of doing so came with various other benefits cannot be well understood. This is because the paper did not indicate the data collection methods that it incorporated neither did it indicate the data analysis methods that were used. There are some errors that can be noted at the works cited section. Despite, the few errors that can be noted in the paper, the paper has adequate information that will add to the knowledge that is already available on the topic of decolonization and the British economy.
Essay 2: The Increasing Number of Enrollment in Higher Education
This paper discusses a very significant topic that has been of concern globally. The paper has generally meant the scientific merit of a research paper. The problem statement which is the increasing number of enrollment in higher education is well stated. Indeed, the introduction is satisfactory with some few errors on punctuations. The thesis statement covers all that the paper will discuss; therefore everything is included since this is the point where the reader gets to know what the paper will actually be all about. Nonetheless, all the graphs do not show the source, the writer or author should actually indicate the sources of all the graphs and tables that are used for illustrations in the paper.
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) have been regarded to be extremely critical to the economy of the U.S. There are increased concerns on the ability of the U.S. to actually become competitive within the global economy and this has consequently resulted to several calls being made for action to be taken in order to strengthen the particular pipeline into the fields (U.S. Department of Education, 2006; U.S. Government Accountability Office, 2004). Developing and expanding the STEM workforce is a very critical issue for the industry, government, educators, and leaders. Regardless of the various gains that have been made by women and girls within the workplace and education in the past 50 years, the progress reported is uneven, and several engineering and scientific disciplines have remained overwhelmingly male. The paper has indeed met all the requirements of a scientific paper and the conclusion captures the significant points in the paper. Finally, the APA reference styles both in-text and bibliography is well done. However, there are so many information that should be incorporated included the above information that is suggested by this essay.
U.S. Department of Education. (2006). A test of leadership: Charting the future of U.S. higher education. Washington, DC: Author.
U.S. Government Accountability Office. (2004). Women’s participation in the sciences has increased, but agencies need to do more to ensure compliance with Title IX (GAO-04-639).Washington, DC: Author.