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Price Tag by Jessie J (featuring B.o.B )

300 words essay about price tag


  • This is the second single from British singer-songwriter Jessie J's (real name Jessie Cornish) debut album, Who You Are . The song was originally anticipated to be released in March 2011 but was pushed forward to late January to coincide with the release of the music video.
  • The song features American rapper B.O.B. Cornish explained to 4music how she hooked up with the Nothin' on You star: "I spoke to my label and said I think he would be the perfect collab and I made sure it was an experience, I did five plane journeys in four days to make sure we got to record it together and it was part of our journey. Not just 'My people will holler at your people' lol. He is lovely and so charismatic, a very talented guy. I'm proud to say he is on my debut album."
  • Cornish wrote this tune with American songwriters Dr. Luke and Claude Kelly. The trio also penned together her first ever hit single, Miley Cyrus's " Party in the U.S.A. ." Jessie recalled to The Sun : "I co-wrote Price Tag with Claude Kelly (aka moon head) and Dr Luke (aka Coconut Man) (and I'm Pea) about 4 months after we wrote 'Party In The U.S.A.' for Miley Cyrus. It was inspired by my life at the time, feeling like money ruled everything and everyone was so serious in their shades."
  • Cornish sung this on the March 12, 2011 episode of Saturday Night Live with an assist from B.o.B. It was Jessie's debut on American television and also the first time the twosome had performed the tune together live.
  • Many collaborations find the two parties never actually meeting up but Jessie told MTV News she was determined that the pair would record the song whilst in the same room. "I didn't want it to be like, 'Do that, drop a bar and send it to me.' I wanted it to be an experience and a journey, so he wrote his bar and he flew to the U.K. to do the video," she said. "So, no green screen. We're there together. It was good fun. None of this, 'Never met him, don't know what he looks like.' I've proper been there, hugged him and smelled him."
  • In addition to the UK, the song went to #1 in 18 other countries including Belgium, France, Ireland and New Zealand.
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Song Released: 2010

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life isn’t all about the glamour, money, fame and fortune. And over time everyone has forgotten about the true meaning of life. How we should celebrate each other, and our differences. We always go back to classifying each other as rich and poor, black or white, but at the end of the day it doesn’t mater. The artist is trying to tell us that we put a price on everything, and we forget about what really matters, we worry to much about what other people think and we get carried away, so we don’t enjoy life anymore, we put our selves through this misery and we can choose to stop right now forget about the past


Marcuse is a political critic and philosopher whose primary concern is to develop a critical theory of society that aims at liberating the individual from any form of social control and domination. Capitalism and consumerism play a very dominating role in the society, that it requires humanity’s total submission under its system. Marcuse emphasizes that in the modern era, in consumption we are not aware of our genuine needs and interest, and we usually have the inclination to accept needs imposed upon us by commercials. Hence, our needs and interest are shaped by technological rationality, which creates a false consciousness by enforcing a certain lifestyle upon us without opening up a space for our own choices. Thus it is reflected on the lyrics of the song “Seems like everybody's got a price I wonder how they sleep at night when the sale comes first and the truth comes second.” Capitalism provides us with false needs and does it require us to exert more labor in order to gain more income and in effect to it, there is only a little amount of energy discharged on intellectual, physical and sexual activity which is made possible through the bond of the sacrament of marriage. It can be related to the lyrics in the song which goes like this “Why is everybody so serious acting so damn mysterious… that you can't even have a good time.” Speeding in one’s car, using Ipods, tablets, and laptops which provide a handy comfort entertainment, and watching movies in 3D cinemas were all fun. But the fun was purchased at a high price namely the need to work ever longer and harder to provide the means to buy these goods. In the end, Marcuse said the result of rampart consumerism would be increased mental illness and environmental degradation. “Why are we so obsessed money can’t buy us happiness” In its Official Music Video in “youtube” Jessie J (the singer) in one of its scene, she portrayed as Marionette (a puppet moved by strings) symbolized being controlled. Our obsession to money, to acquire more wealth in order to buy things which are not necessary or the so called false needs is rooted in consumerism. We are being controlled and slave by the prevailing social standard. “Everybody looks to their left, everybody looks to their right” The lyrics in the chorus argued that we have to develop a wider perspective and critical thinking in dealing with the present situations. Marcuse also proposed that we should abolished one-dimensional thought, namely technological rationality. For Marcuse, emancipation negates the prevailing social order characterized by technological domination and consumerism. By critical thinking, this means the rejection or reversal of that which strongly prevails. Critical thinking emancipates us, and thus enables us to distinguish our genuine needs from the false needs imposed to us. And in so doing we will be able to break free from the chains of consumerism. “It's not about the money, money, money We don't need your money, money, money We just wanna make the world dance Forget about the price tag” To conclude, if we are able to emancipate ourselves from the enslavement of modernity and consumerism then we enjoy and live life to the fullest. Moreover, if transcend our obsession to money then we will be able to forget the “Price Tags” of things and make the world dance. JLD Jorge L. Dumalagan Redemptorist Seminarian AB Philosophy Rogationist Seminary College-Cebu


Money is not the most important thing in our life. However, nowadays people just concern about money. We all put a price on everything and we had forgotten the real meaning and matters of the things. The artist wrote this song to tell us we should not focus on money; we have to get rid of the price tags and do not be controlled by money.

It Means money is not the key, to happiness, so it does´nt matter if your rich or poor. You just need to be healthy.

This song says that money can't buy happiness but happiness comes when we help each other or how the song says 'dance' no matter what.

I know and others that money can't buy happiness, but money can buy everything to fulfill hadinned unless if you love it all matters of what you have in life, but love can't buy.

It doesn't matter if you're rich, poor, what clothes you wear, what cars you drive. And, people these days just care about wealth and riches and they judge people for that. Jessie J is trying make the point that these things don't matter. It's just about love and friendship, that we are all equal and not to judge people.

Life isn't about money and fame money can't buy us happiness and love we can't buy everything with money you don't need money to be happy we should just appreciate what we have and not think about what we don't

song tells about people who always mind about price tags. Money can buy everything, and thats right, but hapiness and real beauty and relationship to others cant even buy...

then WHY DOES IT SAY " i wonder how they sleep at night" its about this thing were they drug girls up and guys you know what

I think she z against the illuminants,like da song

seems like it is also a stab at rihanna coz the puppet has rihannas hair. she is saying rihanna is a puppet to money and her songs are about hos, and bling and cha ching.

sounds like a prostitution deal.It's funny. Like sex. the sale comes first truth comes second. Like a hooker. Every one look to the left every one look to the right. A deals going down. But instead of paying with money it is love. That what it sound like to me.

This song is about how living a life in luxury does not beat living a life full of fun and love. It points out how money does not buy love, in the similar manner of the Beatles did with their song "Can't buy me love". It also makes a point on people in society trying to be fake instead of keeping it real "and your heels so high that you can't even have a good time". THe main message is "keep it real" and "money can't buy happiness"

..actually its about a person was sold by some people his soul to demons because of jealousy.. "when the sale comes 1st and the truth comes 2nd.." this line is so meaningful.. the person who is victim of this witchcraft will know in the end that he was the victim.. but of course after that he had left nothing by these sorcerers.. but these sorcerers has consequences, in the end they will become miserable too.. i have funny interpretation.. like sorcerers do, watching these "lowblows" so hairy HHMMMM.. :-D

Sad to say this, but I found out it is actually about mind-control. It's not about the money, money, money WE DON'T NEED YOUR MONEY, MONEY, MONEY Who do you think 'we' is? 'They' are trying to get your attention! She is trying to portray how the music industry doesn't care about the money coming in, but instead, about how they're controlling the minds of listeners. If you watch the music video, there are also VERY, VERY strong meanings of some items in the video, such as the bear at the starting with only one eye and a limb ripped off. Find out the meanings. I know it's hard for fans to believe, but this is everywhere and you need to watch out.

This song is about the music bussiness nowadays. Music nowadays is commercial, people write songs for the money, and this song is saying that it's about the love put into the music and not about the money, success, fame it will bring. It's about the music, not the price tag

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How to write a 300 word essay

Effective communication is the cornerstone of any successful endeavor, and the ability to express oneself concisely is an invaluable skill. In a world constantly bombarded with information, being able to convey your thoughts and ideas in a concise, yet impactful manner is more important than ever. Whether you are a student faced with the challenge of writing a 300-word essay or a professional looking to sharpen your writing skills, this comprehensive guide will equip you with the tools and strategies necessary to craft a powerful piece.

While the thought of condensing your thoughts into a mere 300 words may seem daunting, fear not. With a well-defined plan and some clever strategies, you will be able to make every word count and leave a lasting impression on your readers. In this guide, we will explore a variety of techniques that will help streamline your writing process and ensure that your essay is both concise and compelling.

One of the most important aspects of writing a 300-word essay is selecting a strong topic. Your topic should be specific enough to allow for depth and analysis within the limited word count, but broad enough to captivate your audience. The key is to choose a topic that genuinely interests you, as this will make the writing process more enjoyable and ultimately result in a stronger essay.

Understand the Prompt

Understand the Prompt

When embarking on the journey of writing a 300-word essay, it is crucial to fully grasp the prompt given to you. In order to effectively address the topic at hand, it is essential to understand its requirements and objectives.

The prompt serves as a guide that directs your thoughts and ideas, shaping the entire essay. It outlines the main theme or question that needs to be explored, allowing you to focus your efforts and convey a clear message to your readers. Therefore, taking the time to carefully analyze and comprehend the prompt is of utmost importance.

To comprehend the prompt, one must carefully read and identify key terms or phrases. These terms provide clues as to what the essay should encompass, such as analyzing, contrasting, or evaluating a specific concept or topic.

Furthermore, it is crucial to consider the context in which the prompt is presented. Is it asking for your personal opinion, an analysis of a given text, or an exploration of a specific event or idea? By understanding the context, you can tailor your writing style accordingly and ensure that your essay remains relevant to the prompt.

Another important aspect of understanding the prompt is identifying any limitations or guidelines provided. This may include word count restrictions, specific formatting requirements, or even the inclusion of certain sources or references. By taking note of these instructions, you can ensure that your essay meets all the necessary criteria set forth by the prompt.

Finally, once you have a clear understanding of the prompt, it is recommended to brainstorm and create an outline of your essay. This will allow you to organize your thoughts and ensure a logical flow of ideas within your 300-word limit.

In conclusion, understanding the prompt is the foundational step towards writing a successful 300-word essay. By comprehending the requirements, identifying key terms, considering the context, and noting any limitations, you can effectively shape your essay and communicate your ideas in a concise and coherent manner.

Plan Your Essay

Before you start writing your 300-word essay, it’s crucial to create a solid plan. Planning your essay helps you organize your thoughts and ensures that you cover all the necessary points in a coherent and structured manner.

1. Define your topic:

First and foremost, clearly define the topic or question that your essay will address. This will give you a clear focus and prevent your essay from becoming too broad or unfocused.

2. Conduct research:

Once you have a clear topic, conduct thorough research to gather relevant information and supporting evidence. This will enable you to present a well-informed and well-rounded argument in your essay.

3. Create an outline:

An outline serves as a roadmap for your essay, helping you structure your thoughts and ensure a logical flow of information. Divide your essay into sections and subheadings, and outline the main points you will cover in each.

4. Develop a thesis statement:

Your thesis statement should clearly state the main argument or point you will be making in your essay. It should be concise, specific, and thought-provoking, acting as a guide for the rest of your writing.

5. Organize your ideas:

Once you have a clear thesis statement and outline, organize your ideas in a logical order. Start with a strong introduction, followed by body paragraphs that support your thesis, and end with a conclusion that summarizes your main points.

6. Consider word count:

Since you are writing a 300-word essay, it’s important to be mindful of your word count. Ensure that each paragraph and sentence contributes to the overall argument and removes any unnecessary information or repetition.

7. Revise and edit:

Finally, before submitting your essay, take the time to revise and edit your work. Check for grammar and spelling errors, ensure that your ideas are clear and concise, and make any necessary changes to improve the overall flow and coherence of your essay.

By following these planning tips and taking the time to organize your thoughts, you will be well-equipped to write a strong and concise 300-word essay that effectively communicates your ideas. Remember, a well-structured and coherent essay is more likely to leave a lasting impression on your readers.

Focus on the Main Idea

When writing a 300-word essay, it is crucial to focus on the main idea. This means that you need to clearly identify the central theme or argument that you want to convey to your readers. By honing in on the main idea, you can ensure that your essay remains focused and coherent.

One way to identify the main idea is by brainstorming and organizing your thoughts before you begin writing. Consider what you want to say and the key points that support your argument. This will help you create a clear outline for your essay, allowing you to stay on track and avoid straying off topic.

Once you have identified the main idea, it is important to make sure that all the information you include in your essay directly supports and reinforces this central theme. Each paragraph should have a clear connection to the main idea, and any irrelevant or unnecessary information should be eliminated. This will keep your essay concise and focused.

In order to effectively convey the main idea, it is also important to use language and vocabulary that is precise and specific. This will help you articulate your thoughts clearly and avoid any ambiguity or confusion. Additionally, using examples and evidence to support your main idea can strengthen your argument and make it more convincing to your readers.

By focusing on the main idea, you can ensure that your 300-word essay is concise, coherent, and effective. Remember to identify the central theme, organize your thoughts, and use precise language to convey your argument. With these strategies, you will be able to write a compelling essay that keeps your readers engaged from beginning to end.

Keep Sentences Short and Simple

In order to effectively convey your ideas in a 300-word essay, it is crucial to keep your sentences short and simple. By utilizing concise sentence structures and avoiding unnecessary complexity, you can ensure that your message is clear and easily understood by the reader.

Long and convoluted sentences can easily confuse the reader and make it difficult for them to follow your line of thought. Instead, opt for shorter sentences that express a single idea or concept. This will not only enhance the readability of your essay but also make it more engaging for the reader.

Simplicity is key when it comes to writing a concise essay. Avoid using overly technical language or jargon that may alienate your audience. Instead, strive for clarity and precision in your choice of words. Use clear and straightforward language that is accessible to a wide range of readers.

Additionally, it is important to avoid unnecessary repetition or redundancy in your sentences. Each sentence should contribute new information or expand upon the previous point. Aim to eliminate any unnecessary words or phrases that do not add value to your essay.

To ensure that your sentences remain short and simple, it can be helpful to read your essay aloud. This will allow you to identify any lengthy or complex sentences that may need to be revised. Additionally, seeking feedback from others can provide valuable insight into the clarity and coherence of your writing.

In conclusion, keeping sentences short and simple is essential in writing a successful 300-word essay. By using concise sentence structures, avoiding unnecessary complexity, and utilizing clear and straightforward language, you can effectively convey your ideas to the reader. Remember to eliminate any redundancy or repetition in your sentences and seek feedback to ensure the clarity of your writing.

Use Transitional Words and Phrases

One of the key elements in writing a 300-word essay is the use of transitional words and phrases. These linguistic tools play a crucial role in connecting ideas and making the essay flow smoothly.

Transitional words and phrases act as bridges between different paragraphs, sentences, and thoughts, allowing the reader to follow the writer’s logic easily. They provide a sense of coherence and help to create a well-structured and organized essay.

When used effectively, transitional words and phrases can enhance the clarity and readability of your essay. They can help you express your thoughts more precisely, establish relationships between different ideas, and guide the reader through your arguments and supporting evidence.

Examples of transitional words and phrases include “however,” “therefore,” “nevertheless,” “furthermore,” “in addition,” “similarly,” “on the other hand,” and “consequently.” These words and phrases signal shifts in thought or provide connections between different concepts and arguments.

To maximize the impact of transitional words and phrases in your essay, consider the specific context in which they are used. Choose words and phrases that accurately convey the intended meaning and create a seamless flow between sentences and paragraphs.

However, it is important to use transitional words and phrases judiciously. Overusing them can make your essay sound repetitive or formulaic. Instead, focus on using them strategically to strengthen your arguments and improve the overall coherence of your writing.

In conclusion, incorporating transitional words and phrases into your 300-word essay is an essential aspect of effective writing. By using these linguistic tools correctly, you can create a well-structured essay that guides the reader through your ideas and arguments with clarity and coherence.

Revise and Edit

Revise and Edit

Improving your essay is an essential step towards achieving a polished and cohesive final piece of writing. After finishing your initial draft, it is crucial to dedicate time to revise and edit your work. This process allows you to identify and correct any errors or inconsistencies, enhance the clarity and coherence of your ideas, and ensure that your essay meets the desired word count. Here are some strategies to help you effectively revise and edit your 300-word essay:

1. Review for Clarity and Flow:

Read through your essay carefully to ensure that your arguments and ideas are presented clearly and logically. Look for any unclear sentences or ideas that may confuse the reader. Consider whether your paragraphs flow smoothly from one to another and if necessary, make revisions to improve the overall organization and coherence of your essay.

2. Check for Grammar and Spelling:

Proofread your essay to eliminate any grammar or spelling errors. Use spell-check tools, but also be mindful of common mistakes that may not be detected by these utilities. Pay attention to subject-verb agreement, verb tense consistency, punctuation, and capitalization. Correct any errors to ensure that your essay reads professionally.

3. Trim Excess Words:

Review your essay to identify any unnecessary or redundant words or phrases. Look for opportunities to replace wordy expressions with more concise alternatives. By eliminating unnecessary words, you can improve the overall clarity and conciseness of your essay.

4. Seek Feedback:

Share your essay with others and ask for their honest feedback. They can provide valuable insights and suggestions for improvement. Consider their perspectives and critique to refine your essay further. Incorporate their suggestions into your revision process to enhance the overall quality of your writing.

5. Proofread Again:

After implementing revisions based on feedback, take the time to proofread your essay once more. This final step ensures that you have addressed all the required changes and that your essay is error-free and ready to be submitted.

By revising and editing your 300-word essay, you can refine your writing, eliminate errors, and enhance the overall quality of your work. Dedicate sufficient time to this process to ensure that your final essay is well-crafted and impactful.

Proofread Your Essay

Once you have finished writing your 300-word essay, it is essential to carefully review and proofread your work. This final step ensures that your essay is free from errors, inconsistencies, and typos that can negatively impact its overall quality and clarity.

Proofreading allows you to identify and correct any grammatical mistakes, spelling errors, or punctuation issues that may have slipped through during the writing process. It also gives you an opportunity to refine your writing style, ensuring that your ideas are communicated effectively and concisely.

When proofreading your essay, it is helpful to take a break after finishing the initial draft. This break will allow you to approach your work with a fresh perspective and a critical eye. During the proofreading process, carefully read each sentence and consider whether there are any improvements you can make to enhance the overall coherence and flow of your essay.

In addition to checking for errors and improving the clarity of your writing, proofreading also gives you a chance to evaluate the overall structure and organization of your essay. Ensure that your ideas are presented in a logical and coherent manner, with each paragraph supporting a central theme or argument.

It can also be beneficial to read your essay aloud during the proofreading process. This technique can help you identify any awkward or confusing sentences that may need revision. Additionally, listening to your essay being read aloud can help you gauge the overall tone and voice of your writing, ensuring that it aligns with the intended message or purpose of your essay.

In conclusion, proofreading your 300-word essay is a crucial step in the writing process. It allows you to identify and correct errors, improve clarity and coherence, and refine your overall writing style. By taking the time to carefully review your essay, you can enhance its quality and ensure that your ideas are effectively conveyed to your readers.

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How to Write a 300 Words Essay (+ Examples for Students)

What is a 300-word essay?

It’s an academic paper students write in school or college. The goal is to express an idea, state an argument, or analyze a topic. The only problem with such essays is their concise format.

Your task is to meet the required length but convey information in the logical manner. How is it possible with such restrictions? How to format such a short essay?

In this article, you’ll find a few  samples of 300-word essays. Also, you’ll learn the rules of structuring and formatting such papers right.

Example of 300 Words Essay

Let’s begin with examples (1). A 300-word essay looks like this:

Who am I essay: 300 words sample

A “Who am I?” Essay is a part of the application process for those entering college or university. You get a prompt to describe yourself and tell your goals and motivations. In other words, it’s a personal essay telling admission officers why you want to be their student.

Here’s the sample of such papers:

Bonus: Who Am I Essay: 500 Words Sample

How to Write a 300-Word Essay

Writing a 300-word essay in education is about being brief yet informative. Such tasks check your ability to build arguments and communicate points. Structure it to cover all essay parts and follow the assigned citation style.

300-word essays have a standard structure: an intro, a core, and a conclusion. The body is for organizing and representing the main points. Below you’ll find five techniques to do that.

5 methods of structuring a 300-word paper

  • Essence. Write everything that comes to your mind about the topic. Then, re-read it and point out three main ideas to cover in your essay. Describe them one by one when writing a paper’s body. 
  • Three points. Make a list of sub-topics related to your essay’s theme. Then, expand each sub-topic with three more points. Finally, choose three sub-topics with most relevant points to support your thesis. Take them to describe in an essay’s body. 
  • 3+1. It involves four steps: State a thesis, introduce it, expand on it, and finish your essay. The last step is the “+1” in the technique’s name. The trick is to write a conclusion first and then continue with other essay parts.
  • Divide. Write each part of your essay separately. Re-read each paragraph once you have it to revise if something looks wrong. When ready, move to another essay part.
  • Simple. Introduce a topic with 12 distinct points, grouping them into 3 blocks with 4 sentences each.

What does a 300-word essay look like?

300 words essay about price tag

Use this template to structure your 300-word paper. Here’s what to include in each part:

A 300-word essay introduction:

  • Start with introducing your topic.
  • State your thesis (the main idea of your essay).
  • List the main supporting ideas you’ll discuss to prove it.

How to structure body paragraphs:

As a rule, you write three body paragraphs in an essay. Given the restricted length, each should be short and up-to-pont. Please avoid too many transitional words, long descriptions, or complex sentence structures.

Structure essay body paragraphs like this:

  • Write a lead sentence introducing the paragraph’s idea.
  • Explain it: 1-3 sentences.
  • Provide 1-2 examples.

Concluding your 300-word essay:

Restate all the points you covered in an essay. (You can take them from the introduction and paraphrase.) Finish with the food for thought for readers: a statement, a question, etc.

300-word essay format

12 pt Times New Roman12 pt Times New Roman
Double (no extra space between paragraphs)Double (no extra space between paragraphs)
One-inch (all sides)One-inch (all sides)
Upper-middle of the page: essay title, your name, college, course, teacher’s name, dateUpper left corner: your name, teacher’s name, course, date
Centered, above the first line of your essay; bold and titlecaseCentered, above the first line of your essay; the same font and size
Top left: a shortened essay title (below 50 characters).Top right corner: page numbersTop left: your last name and a page number

Final tips on writing short essays:

  • Be concise; no fluff. Cut all sentences that sound too generic or look unnecessary.
  • Focus on a catchy beginning and a strong conclusion.
  • Write as you speak; then revise each sentence for language patterns and clarity.
  • What is 300 words in an essay?

300 words in an essay is the length of a standard academic paper you write in school or college. Depending on formatting, it takes 0.6 pages (single-spaced) or 1.2 pages (double-spaced). This short writing piece is best to share ideas or analyze assigned topics briefly.

  • How many paragraphs is a 300 words essay?

A 300 words essay follows a 5-paragraph structure. The first paragraph goes for an introduction, three — for a body, and the final one — for a conclusion. This rule isn’t strict: Your essay body can be one or two, not three, paragraphs (2). Check the prompt’s guidelines before writing.

  • How many pages is a 300-word essay?

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Why Americans Insist on Putting a Price Tag on Life

From ben franklin to slavery to reaganomics, our habit of measuring everything in dollars and cents.

300 words essay about price tag

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By Eli Cook | December 12, 2017

Everything, as they say in America, has its price. It has been found that a lack of sleep costs the American economy $411 billion a year and stress another $300 billion. Countless other studies have calculated the annual cost of pain ($560 million), heart disease ($309 billion), cancer ($243 billion), and diabetes ($188 billion). Surf the web at work sometimes? That costs the American people $63 billion a year. Did you show up hungover as well? Tack on another $77 billion.

And while you may not know it, the American government has long put a price tag on Americans themselves. The Obama administration pegged the value of the average American life at $9.1 million. That was up from $6.8 million under the Bush administration.

Americans have developed the penchant for measuring nearly every aspect of their lives in dollars and cents, a process of seeing humans as assets that is so deeply ingrained in American life and decision-making that it constitutes a national philosophy.

Consider the price tags that Americans place on nature. According to “willingness to pay” surveys, dog owners will shell out $7,000 more than cat owners to save their pets, while Americans would pay $257 to save the bald eagle from extinction and $208 to save the humpback whale. (That may sound noble but should be compared to the survey finding that Americans would pay $225 to drop ten pounds.) Think the purple mountain majesties of a Yosemite or a Yellowstone are priceless? Think again . The total economic value of the National Park Service was recently estimated at $92 billion.

Finally, there is the planet itself: Americans are willing to pay $177 a year to avoid climate change and save the world. That’s about 75 percent more than what they pay for cable TV per month.

300 words essay about price tag

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What is the impetus behind such calculations? The short answer: cost-benefit analysis. In 1981, President Ronald Reagan passed executive order 12,291, which mandated cost-benefit analysis for all major environmental and health-and-safety regulations. Many of the above examples were the product of such analyses. But if you look back further—before the Reagan era—to the mid-19th century, you ‘ll find that the pricing of everyday life has long been an American pastime. Go back even further, to the 18th century, and you will uncover some of the deep—and disturbing—origins of this American penchant to price everything and everyone.

In 1830, for example, the New York State Temperance Society measured the social damage produced by excessive drinking by pricing the overall cost to the city. “There cannot be a doubt,” the society concluded after a series of in-depth calculations, “that the city suffers a dead yearly loss of three hundred thousand dollars” due to “time spent drinking,” “drunkenness and strength diminished by it,” “expenses of criminal persecutions,” and “loss to the public by carelessness.” An 1856 article titled “The Money or Commercial Value of Man” in Hunt’s Merchants Magazine —the first national business magazine in America—valued the education of New York children at a profit of $500 million to the country.

In 1910, an article in The New York Times headlined “What the Baby is Worth as a National Asset” utilized Yale economist Irving Fisher’s money valuation of human beings to deduce that “an eight pound baby is worth, at birth, $362 a pound.” By 1913, as eugenics became the rage, the National Committee for Mental Hygiene asserted that the insane were “responsible for loss of $135,000,000 a year to the nation.”

Such acts of social pricing, while rare in the early 19th century, were ubiquitous by the early 20th. The common thread running through these examples is that the men (and they were nearly all men) who made these calculations were imagining American society as a capitalized investment and its inhabitants as income-generating units of human capital.

Aspects of everyday life such as education, mental health, or alcohol consumption could only be given price tags if one treated American society and its residents as a series of moneymaking assets, thus measuring their value in accordance to their ability (or, in the case of hungover employees surfing the net, their inability) to generate monetary income. This uniquely capitalist way of conceiving of the world, which I have called “investmentality,” was already poignantly on display in that 1856 Hunt’s Merchants Magazine article which priced the value of a child’s education.

“The brain is … an agricultural product of great commercial investment,” noted the author, and the “greatest problem of political economy” was how to “produce the best brain and render it most profitable.”

Today, as the term “ human capital ” crops up everywhere and countless self-help experts encourage Americans to become more productive by “investing in yourself,” an investmentality has achieved the status of common sense.

The investmentality that sparked the pricing of everyday American life emerged out of the rise of American capitalism. The key element that separates capitalism from previous forms of economic organization is not market exchange or monetary spending (those have been around for thousands of years) but rather widespread capital investment. Such investments are acts through which various aspects of everyday life—be they natural resources, industrial factories, cultural productions, or technological inventions—are reconceived as income-generating assets and valued as such. As capital flowed into various investment channels across the United States in the 19th century, distinctly capitalist quantification techniques escaped the confines of the business world and seeped into every nook and cranny of society.

Like capitalism itself, the pricing of everyday life is not an exclusively American phenomenon. Similar examples of investmentality and social monetization first appeared in 17th-century England and can now be found across the globe. What distinguishes America is the enthusiasm with which our elites embraced money measures. As early as the 1830s, Alexis de Toqueville recognized that “as one digs deeper into the national character of the Americans, one sees that they have sought the value of everything in this world only in the answer to this single question: how much money will it bring in?”

There are various reasons why the United States embraced the pricing of everyday life more than other nations—including the long-standing American tendency to leave much of the responsibility for the allocation of resources, cultural production and economic development in the hands of private capitalists rather than public states.

Yet one reason demands a few final words: American slavery. The “chattel principle” and the rise of an economic institution in which human beings were actually bought and sold helped to jumpstart, legitimize, and normalize the pricing of everyday life. On the rare occasions when early Americans did seek to evaluate social developments in monetary values, slaves served as their main source of both inspiration and data.

The earliest instances of the pricing of everyday American life I discovered in my research were from South Carolina in the 1710s—the colony with the highest proportion of slaves and the most capital invested (especially in large rice plantations). By the 1740s, South Carolina Governor and slaveholding planter James Glen anticipated the invention of Gross Domestic Product two centuries later by calculating the income generating “value” of all inhabitants of the colony at £40,000 a year.

Up north, similar developments were afoot. In 1731, Benjamin Franklin priced the social cost of a smallpox epidemic in Philadelphia by calculating each loss of life at £30 because that was the going price of slaves in the city. He was not alone. “Calculating the value of each person, in a pecuniary view, only at the price of a negro,” the newspaper called the Weekly Magazine estimated the monetized worth of all Americans as “equal to nearly one hundred million sterling” in the 1790s.

It was, in short, often the institution of slavery that set important historical precedents by first enabling early Americans to price the residents of their young nation, be they free or enslaved. By the mid-19th century—following a half-century in which southern investment in human bodies (alongside northern investment in real estate, railroads, and factories) had fanned the flames of American investmentality—slavery finally came to an end. The pricing of everyday life, however, was just taking off.

  * An earlier version of this essay stated: “Americans are willing to pay $177 a year to avoid climate change and save the world. That’s about 75 percent more than what they pay for cable TV.” It should have indicated that the cable TV amount is per month, not per year.

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You might think that writing a 300-word essay is not that challenging. However, due to its length, you must write concisely and carefully select what information to cover. A 300-word format is commonly used for discussion board posts, position papers, or book reports and takes around 1 double-spaced or 0.5 single-spaced pages.

This article will instruct you on how to write a 300-word essay, discuss critical aspects of its structure and content, and provide valuable tips for creating a short but informative piece of writing. You will also find 300-word essay topics and writing prompts that you can use for your papers. And if you need more inspiration, you can always check our free essay samples !

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📝 Argumentative Essay 300 Words: Writing Prompts

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  • Can money buy happiness: essay 300 words. Investigate the link between money and happiness, determining if financial success leads to happiness or if there is something more hiding behind it. It would also be a good idea to provide a story from your life that will help you support your point of view.
  • The best things in life are free: essay 300 words. Discuss how love, friendship, and hope can be more precious than material things. Prove your point with the fact that these values are based on shared experiences, trust, and compassion rather than on financial matters.
  • Computer — a blessing or curse: essay 300 words. You can compare the benefits of computers, such as technical developments and access to information, with their drawbacks, such as privacy problems and environmental impact. At the end of your essay, make the final decision whether computers have more positive or negative aspects.

A 300-word essay is an excellent opportunity for college professors to evaluate students’ comprehension of the lecture and writing skills. That’s why a paper like this needs to be carefully structured and planned.

In the following paragraphs, we will discuss how to write an engaging 300-word essay in detail!

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300-Word Essay Structure

A 300-word essay has a standard structure: an introduction with a strong thesis statement, the main body, and a conclusion. It usually has 3-4 paragraphs, each containing 3-5 sentences or 75-125 words. Each body paragraph should be written using the PEE principle (point, evidence, explanation).

If you need help with structuring your 300-350-words essay, you can try our free outline generator .

300-Word Essay Introduction

The introduction is essential to any essay since it sets the tone for the whole paper. It contains around 75-100 words or 3-4 sentences and has the following structure:

  • Attention-grabbing hook. You can engage your reader’s interest by starting your essay with a surprising fact, statistic, or rhetorical question.
  • Background information. Include some additional information to make your topic clearer to the reader.
  • Thesis statement. Write a solid thesis statement to summarize your essay’s central point.

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300-Word Essay Conclusion

The conclusion is a core part of your essay since it gives the reader a sense of closure while reminding them of the paper’s significance. In a 300-word text, the conclusion usually takes around 75-100 words or 3-4 sentences.

There are several elements a conclusion should have:

  • Restated thesis
  • Summary of central points
  • Effective concluding sentence

Our closing sentence generator will help you finish the last part of your essay with an effective concluding statement!

How Many References Should a 300-Word Text Have?

The quantity of references might vary depending on the type of work and the professor’s demands. For example, a 300-word book report requires only one source — the analyzed work, while a personal essay of the same word count requires no sources at all. Yet, if you don’t have specific instructions, you can follow the golden rule: 1 source per page. So, for a 300-word article, you should provide one reference.

Try our works cited generator to create a list of references for your paper quickly and effectively.

🌾 GMO Essay 300 Words: Best Examples

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➡️ Cause and Effect 300 Word Essay Prompts

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🔐 Prompts for Problem Solution Essays of 300 Words

  • Teenage pregnancy essay 300 words. You can discuss effective methods of solving the problem of adolescent pregnancy, such as sex education, the use of contraceptives, the creation of teen support organizations, etc.
  • Hunger essay 300 words. Analyze the actions people should take to break the cycle of hunger . Examples include creating food banks, providing food security, helping rural farmers connect to markets, etc.
  • Gender-based violence essay 300 words. Discuss the potential effectiveness of stricter laws, women’s economic empowerment, and women’s rights support organizations in preventing gender-based violence.
  • Animal abuse essay 300 words. Provide some valuable tips on how to reduce animal abuse cases. Examples include enacting stricter laws for the protection of animals and reporting animal cruelty.
  • Ways to relieve stress: essay 300 words. Start with estimating the issue of stress in the modern world. Then, provide some practical strategies on how to cope with it. You can recommend mindfulness practices, yoga, podcasts, or books.

👨‍💼 300 Words Essay about Entrepreneurship: Examples

  • Entrepreneurship: Making a Business Plan The description of the business processes is merely a part of it. A business plan is a document that performs the operational and managerial functions of the venture.
  • Entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship, and Formulated Marketing Growth and development of contemporary business, production, and organization hang on entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and formulated marketing. Entrepreneurs are investors who start their businesses and have the speculative ability to identify business niches and value.
  • Entrepreneurship vs. Working as an Employee Some employees find self-employment particularly enticing because it allows them to choose their hours, pick their workspace, and decide what they do and when. Self-employed people are responsible for their and the employer’s taxes.
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship in Real-World Examples Corporate entrepreneurship is the process by which groups inside an existing corporation build, foster, promote, and administer a new business distinct from the parent organization. This process is consistent with the firm’s existing approaches, with […]
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  • Social Entrepreneurship Definition Such a point of view allows social entrepreneurs to take more active control of the problem, especially if the effect of entrepreneurs trying to solve the problem is more detrimental than its absence.
  • Social Entrepreneurship: Al Radda Program for Prisoners The Al Radda program focuses on improving the welfare of prisoners and former prisoners by equipping them with valuable skills and resources that help them to engage in different economic activities.
  • Entrepreneurial Climate in Schools: Insights from Dunbar High School The school’s history had many high and low points; nevertheless, due to the input of the principal and his strategy for innovation, the school has managed to adapt to the fast-changing external environment and promote […]
  • Entrepreneurship Discussion: Boosting the Performance It is necessary for the firm to look at how it can boost its profile in the market by identifying new revenue streams to help it grow its income. This has made it possible for […]

📌 300 Word Essay: Answers to the Most Pressing Questions

📌 300 word essay is how many pages.

How many pages is a 300-word essay? It depends on the line spacing. A paper of this length will take one page (single-spaced) or 2 pages (double-spaced). The exact length of your 300 words will depend on the citation style used, the footnotes, and the bibliography.

📌 How Many Paragraphs Is 300 Words?

How many paragraphs is a 300-word essay? Since a typical paragraph in academic writing contains 50-100 words, an essay of 300 words will consist of 3 to 5 paragraphs.

📌 How Many Sentences Is 300 Words?

How many sentences is a 300-word essay? A typical sentence in academic writing consists of 15-20 words. So, 300 words are not less than 15-18 sentences.

📌 How to Outline a 300-Word Essay?

A 300-word essay outline usually follows a standard five-paragraph structure. Start your paper with a short introduction that includes an attention-grabber, some background information, and a thesis. Then add three body paragraphs that focus on your arguments. Finish your 300-word paper with a conclusion that contains a restated thesis and a summary of your ideas.

📌 How Long Does It Take to Write 300 Words?

How long does it take to write a 300-word essay? It will take you 6-12 minutes to type 300 words on your keyboard (the total time will depend on your typing speed). Writing an academic paper will take more time because you’ll have to research, make an outline, write, format, and edit your text. It would be best if you planned to spend not less than one hour for a 300-word paper.

📌 How Long Should an Introduction Be in a 300 Word Essay?

A typical introduction in a 300 words essay contains about 45 words. However, it might be a good idea to ask your professor to provide you with the exact requirements.

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 A 300-word essay may seem like a simple task, but it requires careful planning and execution to deliver a well-written piece. In this article, I will guide you through the critical aspects of writing a 300-word essay and provide valuable tips to help you create a compelling piece of writing.

The first step in writing a 300-word essay is to choose a topic that you are passionate about and that you can cover concisely. It is essential to select a topic that is narrow enough to be covered in 300 words but broad enough to provide enough information to the reader. Once you have chosen your topic, it is time to start researching and gathering information.

The structure of a 300-word essay is similar to that of any other essay. It should have an introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction should provide a brief overview of the topic and the thesis statement. The body should contain the essay’s main points, and the conclusion should summarize the key points and restate the thesis statement.

When writing a 300-word essay, it is crucial to be concise and avoid unnecessary details. Use simple language to convey your message effectively. Avoid using jargon or technical terms that may confuse the reader. Use short sentences and paragraphs to make your essay easy to read and understand.

To create a compelling 300-word essay, you must use examples and evidence to support your arguments. Gather information from credible sources such as academic journals, books, and reputable websites. Use quotes and statistics to support your claims and make your essay persuasive.

In conclusion, writing a 300-word essay requires careful planning and execution. Choose a topic you are passionate about, be concise, avoid unnecessary details, and use examples and evidence to support your arguments. Following these tips, you can create a compelling and informative 300-word essay that will impress your readers.

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Free 300-Word Essay Samples

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A 300-word essay is a short piece. It might be assigned by a school teacher to test the student’s knowledge of the topic and their ability to formulate thoughts concisely. The most common genres for texts of 300 to 350 words are a discussion board post and a personal statement for a college application.

“Young Goodman Brown” Story by Nathaniel Hawthorne

The story of “Young Goodman Brown” unravels as the titular character abandons his spouse called Faith despite her protests. However, Goodman Brown assures Faith that he will return shortly and that, as long as she continues to pray and lead a pious life, nothing can harm her. He leaves for...

Randomized Control Trial in Nursing Research

Randomized control trial (RCT) is considered “the gold standard” in the assessment of healthcare situations (Block, 2006, p. 102). RCTs have several major advantages such as attention to the probable sources of mistakes, decreased bias, and decline of confounding (Block, 2006; Loiselle, 2007). However, even with their abundant benefits, RCTs...

The Problem with the Ventricular Rate

Is the Problem with the Ventricle Rate? The irregular ventricular rate can be used in the medical examination as a major indicator allowing diagnosing a patient with atrial fibrillation (January et al., 2014). A way to detect the ventricular rate is to administer ECG. Mr. Martinez’s ECG showed such irregularity,...

Electronic Health Records as a Change in a Clinic

The major change that occurred in my clinical settings is the adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR). The complexity of the change is explained by the fact that its success is largely predetermined by the willingness of the staff to accept the new technology. Otherwise its meaningful use cannot be...

Legalization of Marijuana: Pain Management

Legalization of marijuana bothers people. There are many supporters and opponents of this idea. I belong to the group where this idea cannot be accepted even regarding its possible positive outcomes. Today, media discusses the necessity of legalizing marijuana to be used for medical purposes and help patients deal with...

How Many Pages Is a 300-Word Essay Double Spaced?

A 300-word text usually takes about 1 page. All the major citation styles assume that an essay will take approximately 250 words per page. The most common format is double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt. The details might differ – for instance, in MLA 9 and APA 7, Calibri and Arial are also accepted. However, 12-point Times New Roman remains preferable.

How Many Paragraphs Is 300 Words?

A 300-word essay should include 3 to 6 paragraphs. In academic writing, a paragraph should contain at least 50 words and three sentences.

What a 300-Word Essay Looks Like

The easiest way to organize a 300-word essay is to use a standard 5-paragraph structure. The paper should start with an introduction: a hook, some background data, and a thesis statement. Then come three body paragraphs, each focused on one argument. The concluding paragraph is to contain a summary and a restated thesis.

How Long Does a 300-Word Essay Take?

It will take you about 6 to 12 minutes to type 300 words on your keyboard, depending on your typing speed. However, if you also need to perform research, make a reference list, add in-text citations, and graphic materials, you’ll need more time – not less than 1 hours for 300 words.

How Many Body Paragraphs Are in a 300 Word Essay?

An average 300-word essay contains 2 to 3 paragraphs. Each paragraph should be 70 to 150 words long.

Nursing Legal and Ethical Principles

There are many principles according to which nurses and patients can develop their relations. Each principle is a unique combination of ethical and legal aspects. They help to define the way for nurses to react to different patients’ behaviors and choose the most appropriate solutions to the possible problems and...

Nurse Robaczynski’s Case: Crime or Mercy Killing?

According to the case, Ms. Robaczynski had to disconnect her patient’s respirator because Mr. Gessner had no chance to survive. The nurse explains that there was a need for the mercy killing, but the opinions of experts in the field on this case tend to vary. Realizing that the actions...

Why the Industrial Revolution Did Not Originate in China?

When studying the history of China, many put a focus on innovations that gave a start to the development of Western civilizations. Despite the fact that China was very advanced in agricultural and technological productivity in the time period leading up to the fourteenth century, the country stopped its development...

Language Skills and Rhyming Activity: “Rhyme Go Fish”

Preschool and early school years are crucial for children to develop their language and literacy skills and increase the linguistic repertoire to use it during conversation, narration, reading, and writing (Owens, 2015). For this reason, children can acquire tremendous benefits from home or classroom activities targeted at enhancing their literacy...

Canadian Political Landscape: Federal-Provincial Relations

The tensions between federal and provincial governments in Canada have varied over time and led to various types of dialogues between them. It could be a more cooperation-oriented conversation, or it could result in serious disagreements and discrepancies between the governments (Simeon, 2015). I believe that while the independent actions...

Religion in Chinese Society: Confucianism

Confucianism has been proven to be one of the key contributors to the development of the Chinese society. It established the basic principles that guided the operational values for family life, social endeavors, as well as governmental affairs. The Confucianists (scholars trained in the doctrine of Confucianism) were considered the...

Business Knowledge for Advanced Practice Nurses

Introduction Modern healthcare embraces a vast range of issues related to changes in people’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Therefore, public healthcare has to encompass several areas that may affect people’s health or serve as the source of improving it. Herein lies the need for Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs) to...

Fast-Food Restaurant’s Capacity Increasing Options

A fast food restaurant is a service firm that produces food products and serves them to its customers. In this scenario, the fast food restaurant which is experiencing a booming business, is looking for ways to increase its capacity to serve more customers. The management and the day supervisors have...

Listening Process’ Strategy and Effectiveness

Introduction The effective listening process is often challenged by many barriers that prevent persons from sharing ideas effectively. My listening habits are also imperfect, and I often suffer from such listening barriers as the focus on my mobile phone and concentration on what I want to say to the person...

Preparation of Financial Statements

With regards to the preparation of financial statements, the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct (2014) includes key points as to the knowing misrepresentation of the statements, submission of financial statements, negligence in preparation, and subordination of judgment. The knowing misrepresentation of financial statements in the course of their preparation occurs...

Emotional Contagion Research in Psychology

The research in question was meant to identify the effect of emotional contagion – a phenomenon in which people transfer their emotions to their peers using various modes of communication. The experiment was organized on Facebook and measured the effect of including words with positive and negative emotional load. The...

Marijuana Legalization and Possible Effects

The legalization of marijuana bothers people. There are many supporters and opponents of this idea. I belong to a group where this idea cannot be accepted even regarding its possible positive outcomes. Today, media discusses the necessity of legalizing marijuana to be used for medical purposes and help patients deal...

Activism and Extremism in the Internet

Displaying one’s public opinion on the Internet is often accompanied by a response or feedback from other people with different backgrounds. Radicalization is one of the alarming effects displayed in platforms that presuppose opinion exchange (Tufekci). Among comments, one could find anyone from a terrorist recruiter to a 15-year-old boy...

Leading Theories Testing and Application

Introduction While being rather basic, Mayo’s HRT worked miraculously well in the Bridgestone Aiken setting. The members of the Mixing Department were particularly impressed with the willingness of the organization to create the setting in which they feel most comfortable and remove the factors that they deem as distracting. Culture-related...

Inconsistency of Socrates’ Arguments

It is often the case that philosophical judgments are self-contradictory. This can especially be seen from the arguments that Socrates makes in Crito and Apology. In Apology, for instance, he tells how he refused to take part in the unjust killing thus going against the Thirty Commissioners’ order. In Crito,...

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Curriculum Adaptation to the Needs of Students

Curriculum adaptation as a topic is about what the teacher must do to the curriculum so that all the learners are catered for. The main idea is that the curriculum is made for the students and not the other way round. Therefore since it is easier to adjust the curriculum...

Affective Issues & Learning Strategies

These two chapters focus on the strategies that an instructor can use so as to effectively engage learners when giving them content as well as getting deeply involved in the lives of the learners through taking their backgrounds into consideration. The diverse abilities of the learners are crucial. The fact...

Leadership and Business: Critical Points

Being an ethical leader in an organizational context is essential due to the need to solve issues that often arise in the workplace and are concerned with moral decisions and their outcomes. In the Forbes article, Zwilling (2013) explores the ways in which leaders can make an ethical difference in...

“Clear and Simple as the Truth” by Francis-NoëL Thomas

It is believed that if students want to improve their writing, they need to learn mechanical skills such as punctuation and grammar. However, there is another opinion, and Francis-Noël Thomas and Mark Turner expressed it in their book Clear and Simple as the Truth, which was written in 1994. Its...

World War II: Impact on American Society

Beyond the loss of millions of people, the war caused a significant social transformation in the reconstruction period that would not have been implemented sooner had the war not taken place. Being an adult during and after WWII, one would expect to experience significant economic and social challenges. The role...

Sociological Failure of the War on Terrorism

The Global War on Terrorism, also known as the War on Terror, was a series of military operations initiated by the United States Government in response to the September 11 attack. The campaign targeted major organizations such as Al-Qaeda, the Taliban, the Islamic State, the Pakistani Taliban, and their derivatives....

In What Ways Were the Populists Responding to What They Perceived as “Corruption”?

The Populists created the party as a necessary reaction to the sameness in the political situation in the 1880s. It was apparent that the country was in need of drastic changes. However, the actions of Democratic and the Republican parties were unpromising for ordinary citizens. For these reasons, the Populists...

Applying for Georgia Institute of Technology

In my educational path, I have already managed to gather a number of different accomplishments. They include getting Math, Science and Engineering (MSE) Study High School Diploma, participating in the National Student Leadership Conference and many others. However, I wish to go further since I want to upgrade my qualifications...

Nationalism: The History of Spanish Civil War

Introduction The Spanish Civil War in 1936-1939 was the confrontation of two warring forces – the Republican Popular Front and nationalists supported by the Nazi countries of Europe. Regarding its outcome, the dictatorship of the new regime was established. The role of nationalism was significant, and in the context of...

Cohort Study in Medicine

A cohort study is referred to as a medical type of research that studies the cause of an illness and explores connections between risk factors and health outcomes. As the word cohort implies a group of people, the type of study focuses on a group of individuals (MacGill, 2018). Moreover,...

  • Relationship
  • Performance

Orders for Burns Sporting Goods Company

The present paper discusses whether Burns Sporting Goods Company should accept an order from an overseas company for 200,000 dozen golf balls for a price of $22 for a dozen. The full cost of producing one dozen golf balls is $25, where $18 is a variable cost, and $7 is...

The Tragedy of a Modern Man

I agree with the quote by Vaclav Havel, who outlines the tragedy of a modern man. After reading the quote written by Havel over and over, I have concluded that a person who knows less about the meaning of their own life lacks the ability to understand the general worldview...

Jefferson and De Crèvecoeur’s Ideas

The natural environment plays a critical role in the life of people as it shapes their culture, customs, and societies they form. This idea is also reflected in works by Jefferson and De Crèvecoeur, who discuss it from various perspectives. For instance, in Letters from an American Farmer, the second...

Effective Healthcare Management and Administration

Human resources management is vital to the functioning of the healthcare system. For this reason, it is critical to not only attract talent but also unlock its potential to the fullest. An effective healthcare manager should be able to motivate healthcare workers to be at the top of their performance....

An Example of an Ethical Company

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc., also known as Chipotle, is an American restaurant chain primarily serving Mexican food. Chipotle is an example of a company that demonstrates corporate social responsibility and commitment to human and environmental causes. The company promotes human flourishing by serving “food with integrity,” as stated in its...

This American Life: Toxie Asset by Planet Money

In January of 2010, the reporters of NPR News in cooperation with Planet Money have purchased a toxic asset to learn more about the 2008 financial crisis. Toxic assets are usually financial assets that have lost their value due to mortgages not being paid and cannot be sold at a...

Profitability Issue and Supply Chain Strategy

The best practices of supply chain leaders worldwide are monitored by specific agencies. In the video, the list of the top twenty-five supply chain companies in the United States, was published by Gartner, one of the biggest research and advisory companies in the country (IIBR, 2014). The data from 2013...

Community Health Intervention Study Design

Dwelling upon the study design for our community-intervention trial, it should be stated that the research should be conducted in a specific community and among a particular age group. Therefore, attention should be paid to Miami Dade, Florida, and to Chlamydia infected adolescents aged 14 -18. Using the information from...

Cardiovascular Health Promotion in the United States

The increased importance of cardiovascular (CV) disease is one of the topical factors affecting the modern healthcare sector. For this reason, for public health officials, it is vital to introduce specific measures that can help to improve the situation in the given sphere. Health promotion and risk prevention are possible...

Problems in the US Healthcare System

There are different contemporary issues in the United States healthcare system that professionals have to face. As discussed by C-suite and director-level executives that are the members of HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG) organization, some of the problems are costs and transparency, consumer experience, data and analytics, and holistic individual health...

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Subjective and Objective Description of Experience

The perception of human life as a series of experiences as follows from the sociological model proposed by Alfred Schutz implies the division into “subjective” and “objective” modes of their interpretation. Thus, the former is presented by social action contrasted by the world as the environment in which this action...

The Major Causes of the Great Depression

Some of the major causes of the Great Depression include (but are not confined to) the stock market collapse (of 1929), the failure of the banking system, the economic downturn in many countries, the American international trade policy (Kennedy, Cohen, & Piehl, 2012). The crash of the stock market is...

Virtue: Views of Aristotle and Machiavelli

The idea is a virtue is challenging to define, where some approached it as an absolute good and others viewed it solely as a utility. This is a case in regards to past thinkers Aristotle and Machiavelli, who had divergent perspectives on virtue. Aristotle’s views on the subject revolve around...

The Future of Bio-Fuel in the Civil Aviation Industry

Bio-fuel is the most viable alternative for the civil aviation sector to maintain both financial and environmental sustainability in the long term. Therefore, bio-fuel is the panacea for the industry’s sustainability concerns. Apprehension over the airline industry’s contribution to global warming and overall environmental degradation has triggered the quest for...

Communication Improved by “New Media in the News”

New media in the news represents news that relies on computers to spread. The new media has left many well informed thus, it has increased communication. One technology referred to as the new media is the social media which passes information very quickly through virtual networks. This essay evaluates the...

Irony in “Ironic” Song by Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette uses situational irony throughout the lyrics of her song “Ironic.” Situational irony is explained by situations whose outcome is subverted, thus giving unexpected results. The lyrics talk about situations whose results are saddening because they would not be expected under normal circumstances. For example, at the beginning of...

The Theme of Mistreatment in “Cesar Chavez” by Diego Luna

The film Cesar Chavez covers a currently relevant theme of mistreatment of immigrants in the United States. The movie’s central conflict revolves around the titular hero’s struggle to establish non-exploitative labor contracts from farm owners in California (Luna, 2014). As Cesar Chavez and his agricultural coworkers are predominantly immigrants, they...

The Article “Our Blind Spots About Guns” by Nicholas Kristof

In his New York Times Article “Our Blind Spots About Guns,” Nicholas Kristof (2014) addresses a pivotal social issue, which gun ownership, outcomes, and responsibility related to it. The author introduces his topic by drawing a similarity between fatalities induced by cars and those caused by guns. Kristof (2014) states...

Diversification Decision Overview

When considering both the positive and negative aspects of the automotive industry, a diversification decision has been made to expand the business to cover increased motorcycle production and marketing to end consumers. The decision to diversify was made because, in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers have shown...

Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety

TeamSTEPPS strategies and tools are designed to enhance team performance and patients’ safety across the healthcare system. Some elements of the TeamSTEPPS are used on a daily basis, like brief and debrief meetings, mutual support with the task assistance, and providing feedback to team members to improve team performance. The...

  • Historical Figures

United Airlines’ Environmental Sustainability Initiatives

The adverse influence on environment prompted aviation to develop effective initiatives. United Airlines has designed several strategies while ensuring environmental sustainability. The company’s fuel efficiency, materials management, low-carbon fuels, and partnership with environmental organizations are clearly communicated initiatives that can motivate other airlines to launch similar projects. United Airlines makes...

Airport Emergency Plan Overview of Analysis

Airport emergencies are unexpected situations that imply adverse and even tragic consequences. That is why airport officials should develop and follow specific plans to know how to manage a crisis. Numerous official organizations offer guidelines on coping with this task, and the US Department of Transportation (2009) is among them....

Nuclear Attacks on Japan and Harm for the World

On the 6th of August in 1945, America detonated an atomic bomb in Hiroshima located in Japan. Just several days after, another nuclear attack was released on Nagasaki. Up to this day, despite the countless debates, people cannot find a consensus on whether the bombardment of the Japanese cities is...

Competency 112 of Documentation in Nursing

Definition of Documentation There is a wide variety of data related to the treatment process, assessment of the condition of the patient, progress records, plans, and reports. Such data is directly related to the client’s well-being and should be appropriately analyzed. In order to conduct an efficient, timely analysis of...

Strategies to Control Disease Incidence

With the recently discovered coronavirus and a pandemic caused by it, many people found themselves dependent on public health services. The main strategies generally used in public health to control the incidence of disease include medical countermeasures and public health interventions (Institute of Medicine et al., 2007). Vaccination is one...

Economic Factors Affecting Businesses

Economic factors play a significant role in making decisions and guiding one’s business. These factors are related to goods, services, and money. Despite their direct impact on businesses, these variables relate to the financial state of the economy at a higher level, whether regional or global. The purpose of this...

Reform in Corrections: From Research, to Policy, to Practice

Modern correctional institutions indeed need significant changes. Now prisons and colonies are overcrowded, while not all criminals leave these places better than they were before committing crimes. On the contrary, prison culture often educates people who are even more full of hatred and desire to do evil. Therefore, first, it...

Benefits of Imperialism from a Manufacturer’s Perspective: “The White Man’s Burden” Poem

“The white man’s burden” was an example of a justified imperialism argument to liberate the countries that lagged in economic, social, and political development in the 19th century. This freedom would involve the whites colonizing other territories to further the interests of their homeland and at the same time, civilize...

The Covid-19 Related Social Problems

Globally, the covid-19 pandemic has caused devastating social disruption where millions of individuals have fallen into extreme poverty. In this case, many enterprises have faced an existential threat, therefore, making persons lose their jobs. Thus, without means of income, people are unable to feed themselves and their families. As such,...

Aspects of Pain Management: TENS

Pain management is a highly complex challenge, which affects a large portion of patients both chronically and acutely. Understanding the key underlying intricacies of managing the severity and frequency of pain can be a critical deciding factor, which determines a patient’s well-being, health, quality of life, and recovery. There is...

Visual Culture Meaning for Humanity

Humans are visual creatures; the vast majority of information we receive and the process is visual. Therefore, a significant portion of culture relies on visual symbols and icons to convey meaning. In many ways, visual symbols are used to construct the identities of individuals and entire nations alike (Arraes, 2014)....

Neural Networks in Linguistics

Language is a central element of human interaction; it is what enables civilization, and develops in lockstep with it, encompassing new concepts or describing theoretical frameworks. With computer development reaching processing capacity and algorithms that enable them work with language, this field of technology is starting to affect language, as...

Misinformation Online in Healthcare: Preventive Measures

Sometimes people opt for determining their diagnosis based on the symptoms, using the information they seek online in spite of arranging doctor’s appointments for proper health analysis. Unfortunately, society might be easily disinformed, considering that the quality of media data on web pages is not always assured. As a result,...

Masks and Social Distancing in Fighting COVID-19

Public opinion constitutes an essential attribute in determining the popularity of a particular issue. In essence, public members in many countries have played a substantial role in mitigating the spread of COVID-19. This is a disease caused by a coronavirus, which was first identified in Wuhan, China (Zhang et al.,...

The Spanish Landings in America

Today’s history marks the Spanish landings in the newly found America as invasion and colonization. Over the decades, the Spanish invaders killed and enslaved most of the people from many different indigenous groups that lived there. Now, these actions fall under the category of genocide, but at the time, people...

The Knight Character in “The Canterbury Tales” by Chaucer

The Canterbury Tales in regard to the Middle Ages The Canterbury Tales are generally perceived by many as a prominent contribution to medieval literature. Indeed, it represents a fully-fledged depiction of a social stratification of that time, as well as the linguistic peculiarities and features of people’s robes. Thereby, it...

Compression in Sports and Its Main Advantages

Compression creates warmth throughout the muscles, which directly prevents muscle strain and fatigue. This causes a substantial reduction in the risk of injury. In fact, a recent literature review illustrated that athletes employing compression wear or equipment experienced a 64% increase in the reduction of ankle sprain risk and an...

The “Magic of the State” Book by Michael Taussig

The book “Magic of the State”, written by Michael Taussig, is a combination of creative fiction and ethnographic writing. It is a book discussing many of the real world’s problems and trends, while presenting them in the form of a fictional state (Taussig, 2013). It is difficult to pinpoint what...

Sakurajima – Volcano in Southern Kyushu in Japan

Sakurajima is a volcano that is in southern Kyushu in Japan. It is one of the most active volcanoes on the planet and also one of the volcanoes that have constant activity. The place where it is located has been very active during the past few centuries and is called...

Aspects of the Global Surgical Package

The Global Surgical Package is a range of services provided by a surgeon before, during, and after surgery. A surgeon or a group of surgeons receives payment for preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative services. Doctors working in the same group and having the same specializations receive equal pay regardless of their...

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  • Ancient History

The Aircraft Runways Construction

The construction of runways is similar to that of roads, only that the materials used are strong in holding heavyweight. Airport constructions necessitate careful use of instructions during the construction of runways and taxiways. Many airports rely on manufactured materials, including concrete or a mixture of aggregates and binders. Furthermore,...

“The Lost Letters of Pergamum”: An Evaluation

The Lost Letters of Pergamum genre can be described as an epistolary novel loosely based on historical context. Longenecker claimed that his story explores “what might have happened during the final year in the life of a man named Antipas” and the “dynamics of friendship, goodness, virtue and honor” of...

Lego Company’s Core Values and Ethical Dilemmas

Some of the core values of the Lego company include Imagination, Creativity, Caring, Learning, and Quality. The company’s sustainable competitive advantage is based on its founding principles of transparency, integrity, worker rights, well-being, and caring for the environment. Lego’s marketing strategies include paying close attention to all the Ps of...

Involuntary Conversion of a Principal Residence

The article demonstrates the variety of scenarios in which the exclusion under Sec. 121 can be applied. I understood the situation where two unmarried individuals jointly own a home. For example, the homeowners want to sell their house, or their property has been destroyed by a natural disaster or an...

Four Processes of the Pharmacokinetic Phase

In order to describe the four processes of the pharmacokinetic phase, one is to primarily turn to the definition of the pharmacokinetics. According to Le (2020), pharmacokinetics is essentially the drug’s movement through the body, as well as in and out of it – or, in other words, the body’s...

Globalization After World War I

The emergence of the global economy corresponds to the aftermath of World War I, and the battle of governments and markets for control over the field brought unexpected results. The establishment of strong ties among the nations and the expansion of trade and migration contributed to the revival of globalization...

“How Did Jews Become White Folks?” by Brodkin, Karen Sacks

I have read ‘How Did Jews Become White Folks?’ and found a quote that I think is worthy of attention. The author of the book mentions, ‘I grew up during the 1950s in the Euroethnic New York suburb of Valley Stream where Jews were simply one kind of white folks...

Sustainability of Economic Growth

In the last few decades, overall economic growth spiked dramatically. The growth is closely connected with people’s life quality (Figueroa, 2021). This is why some have begun to question whether this process can be sustainable and infinite. In theory, economic growth can be unlimited if it adopts sustainable principles (Ashmarina...

The Wellness Plan Development

It is hard to disagree with the need and use of the Wellness plan. As Nicola demonstrated, TWP in Detroit appeared from community needs to provide access to healthcare and improve medical care standards for people who cannot pay. It was shown in the discussion post that lack of this...

History and Effects of Racial Inequality in the United States

Racial inequality in the United States is a widespread issue that affects a significant portion of the population. It continues to have an adverse impact on society, as hostility remains between different ethnical groups. Historically, the issues of Black people were given much less attention from the governmental initiatives, criminal...

  • Climate Change
  • Environment
  • Christianity

Discussion of Mixed Method Approach

Qualitative and quantitative components of mixed methods research are combined to reinforce and broaden a study’s conclusions so that they can be published. Research issues can be answered using a variety of methodologies, including mixed methods, in all investigations (Anguera et al., 2018). Purpose statements in mixed methods studies comprise...

The Impacts of COVID-19 on Resilience

Many variables can impact resilience; however, some significant ones incorporate a person’s adaptation to stress. The research around the impacts of COVID-19 reveal that a larger part of individuals has reported a negative effect on their psychological well-being because of COVID-19 (Liu et al., 2021). Nonetheless, there are few examinations...

The Andromeda-Milky Way Collision

Humanity tends to think about hypothetical events that could happen in space in billions of years. One of these is the possibility of a collision of two galaxies – Andromeda and the Milky Way – in 5 billion years (PBS Space Time, 2018). This question was raised even centuries ago...

Teacher Career: The Role of Self-Efficacy

Self-efficacy is the capacity of someone to produce the desired type of effect in a particular work setup. It is worth noting that self-efficacy lowers after a practical experience with the job. It is regained after a long-term experience because one will have mastered the content. Teaching programs are educative...

Researching of 9-11 Commission

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Importance of Marketing for a Business Marketing is an integral part of the business as it engages customers. Marketers have the task of studying the market – its trends and buyers’ needs. They create forecasts of a specific demand and how the business can satisfy it. As a result, companies...

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Religion was deeply integrated into Egyptian culture and society. By analyzing the documents provided, one can trace the role of Egyptian cosmology in the Egyptian way of life. First of all, the pantheon of the gods in Ancient Egypt was diverse and broad, as each god had its own scope...

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The Venus Figurines Statuettes Analysis

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Henry VIII and the Renaissance Diplomacy

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QuickWrite: The One Where We Ask, «What If?»

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Understanding Amish Attitudes Toward Death: Implications for End-of-Life Care

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How Analytics Can Help Improve Healthcare Decision-Making

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Risk Communication in Pandemic Prevention

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Headlines such as this affect my perception of politicians because they reflect the reality of a bureaucratic state in the US. Eilperin (2008) discussed an important issue of censorship in regards to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention testimony on global warming. The author stated that the remarks cited...

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300-Word Essay Examples

300-word essay topics are a great way for students to practice their writing skills and develop their ability to express their thoughts and ideas concisely. These topics typically require students to explore a specific issue or concept in depth within the constraints of a short word count. Some common 300-word essay topics include analyzing a piece of literature, discussing a current event, evaluating a scientific theory, or exploring a personal experience. These topics challenge students to present a clear thesis, provide evidence to support their arguments, and craft a well-structured essay that effectively communicates their ideas. By engaging with 300-word essay topics, students can improve their critical thinking, research, and writing abilities, preparing them for academic success and beyond.

Brief Description of 300-Word Essay Topics

300-word essay topics are concise and focused compared to longer essays. These topics require students to express their ideas clearly and succinctly within a limited word count, making every word count. The brevity of these essays challenges students to present their arguments or narratives effectively, ensuring that they convey their message without unnecessary elaboration.

Common 300-word essay topics include personal reflections, brief analyses of literary works, summaries of key events, or concise arguments on current issues. These topics are designed to test students' ability to communicate their thoughts coherently and persuasively within a tight framework. Given the word limit, students must prioritize clarity, precision, and relevance in their writing.

Writing a 300-word essay requires students to hone their skills in crafting clear and direct thesis statements, selecting the most pertinent evidence, and presenting their ideas in a logical sequence. The challenge lies in distilling complex ideas into a brief and impactful format, making these essays an excellent exercise in critical thinking and effective communication.

Engaging with 300-word essay topics helps students develop their ability to summarize and synthesize information, sharpen their focus, and enhance their editing skills. These shorter essays serve as a valuable tool for students to practice writing with discipline and precision, ultimately improving their overall writing proficiency. Whether for academic purposes or personal growth, 300-word essay topics provide a practical and rewarding experience in concise writing.

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The history of Veterans Day dates back to November 11, 1919, when President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the day as Armistice Day to commemorate the end of World War I. In 1954, the holiday was renamed Veterans Day to honor all veterans who have served in…

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The term “leadership” can be defined in numerous ways, but at its core, it involves the ability to influence and inspire others to achieve a common goal. Effective leadership encompasses a wide range of skills and qualities, including vision, communication, empathy, and strategic thinking. This…

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Materialism is a philosophy that places a high value on material possessions and physical comfort. In today’s society, materialism is often seen as a negative trait, associated with greed and selfishness. However, there are also arguments to be made for the importance of materialism in…

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The ancient Mayan and Aztec civilizations were two of the most influential and complex cultures in the history of the Americas. Although they share many similarities, such as their religion, social structure, and architecture, they were distinct societies with their own unique traditions and ways…

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The Essence of Africa: Maya Angelou’s Poetic Tribute

Maya Angelou’s poem, “Africa,” is a powerful and thought-provoking piece of writing that encapsulates the essence of the African continent. With vivid imagery and evocative language, Angelou captures the beauty and complexity of Africa, while also acknowledging the challenges that the continent faces. The Beauty…

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Mama’s dream of owning a house represents her desire for stability, security, and a better future for her family. As an African American woman living in a segregated society, Mama has faced discrimination, poverty, and limited opportunities. Owning a house symbolizes her belief in the…

Character Foils In Shakespeare’s Romeo And Juliet

Character foils are a common literary device used by authors to highlight and contrast the traits of different characters in a story. In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the use of character foils is particularly prevalent and effective. Shakespeare pairs characters with contrasting qualities to…

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Overcoming Ignorance and Prejudices in Raymond Carver’s Cathedral

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How Is a 300-Word Essay Look Like?

A 300-word essay is a relatively short piece of writing that consists of approximately 300 words. It is often used to express an idea, argument, or provide a brief analysis on a specific topic within a concise format.

How Long Is a 300-Word Essay?

A 300-word essay typically spans around 1 to 1.5 pages, depending on factors such as font size, spacing, and formatting. It is important to adhere to any specific formatting guidelines provided by your instructor or institution to determine the exact page count.

How Should You Write a 300-word Essay?

A typical structure for a 300-word essay includes an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. The introduction should provide a brief overview of the topic and present a thesis statement. The body paragraphs should present supporting evidence or arguments, and the conclusion should summarize the main points and provide a closing thought.

How to Write a 300-Word Story Essay?

Remember, a 300-word story essay requires you to be concise and selective with your storytelling. Focus on creating a vivid and engaging narrative that captures the reader's attention within the limited word count. Also, try to introduce the setting and characters, as well as try to conclude your story by resolving the situation or adressing the central theme.

How to Write a 300-Word Article Essay?

Writing a 300-word article essay involves conveying information or expressing an opinion on a specific topic in a concise and informative manner. Select a topic that interests you and aligns with the purpose of your essay. Identify the main points or subtopics you want to cover and the order in which they will be presented. This will help you maintain a logical flow and structure in your article. Remember to cite any sources used and follow the appropriate citation style if required by your instructor or the publication guidelines.

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    Open Document. The song called "Price tag" which is performed by Jessie J focuses on a very important aspect of the economic engine. MONEY!! In this song she is stating we demand greater emphasis on monetary gain rather than the respect of truth, human life, and dignity. This is apparent with her opening lyric "seems like everyone's got ...

  2. 300-words just analyze the song Price tag by Jessie j?

    Find an answer to your question 300-words just analyze the song Price tag by Jessie j? ... The artist is trying to tell us that we put a price on everything, and we forget about what really matters, we worry to much about what other people think and we get carried away, so we don't enjoy life anymore, we put our selves through this misery and ...

  3. Price Tag by Jessie J (featuring B.o.B)

    The song was originally anticipated to be released in March 2011 but was pushed forward to late January to coincide with the release of the music video. The song features American rapper B.O.B. Cornish explained to 4music how she hooked up with the Nothin' on You star: "I spoke to my label and said I think he would be the perfect collab and I ...

  4. Jessie J

    Money is not the most important thing in our life. However, nowadays people just concern about money. We all put a price on everything and we had forgotten the real meaning and matters of the things. The artist wrote this song to tell us we should not focus on money; we have to get rid of the price tags and do not be controlled by money.

  5. Price Tag

    "Price Tag" is a song by English singer-songwriter Jessie J, featuring American rapper B.o.B. It was released in late January 2011, in the United Kingdom as the second single from Jessie J's debut studio album, Who You Are (2011). " Price Tag" was written by Jessie J, Courtney L Richardson, Dr. Luke, Claude Kelly and B.o.B, and it was produced by Dr. Luke.

  6. Why Price Tag by Jessie J Is the Perfect Opening Song for a ...

    This admissions essay focuses on a student's selection of an opening song for a hypothetical movie about the student's life. The student identifies "Price Tag" by Jessie J as the perfect song and breaks down three key lines of lyrics and examples of how they connect with the student's life to illustrate why it's the perfect song.

  7. Tips for Writing a 300 Word Essay: A Comprehensive Guide

    First and foremost, clearly define the topic or question that your essay will address. This will give you a clear focus and prevent your essay from becoming too broad or unfocused. 2. Conduct research: Once you have a clear topic, conduct thorough research to gather relevant information and supporting evidence.

  8. 300 Words Essay

    300 words in an essay is the length of a standard academic paper you write in school or college. Depending on formatting, it takes 0.6 pages (single-spaced) or 1.2 pages (double-spaced). This short writing piece is best to share ideas or analyze assigned topics briefly. How many paragraphs is a 300 words essay? A 300 words essay follows a 5 ...

  9. Why Americans Insist on Putting a Price Tag on Life

    Everything, as they say in America, has its price. It has been found that a lack of sleep costs the American economy $411 billion a year and stress another $300 billion. Countless other studies have calculated the annual cost of pain ($560 million), heart disease ($309 billion), cancer ($243 billion), and diabetes ($188 billion).

  10. Jessie J

    Watch Jessie J's "Price Tag" featuring B.o.B with lyrics on YouTube.

  11. On Price Tag by Jessie J- A Slightly Snarky Essay

    The song quickly dissolves into a musician singing about her own goal to "make the world dance" and "forget about the price tag". The problem with this idea is that the song defeats itself. Price Tag currently costs a whopping $1.29 on itunes. Clearly they do "need your money, money, money" since the song is for sale.

  12. 300 Word Essay Examples & Topic Ideas

    300-Word Essay Structure. A 300-word essay has a standard structure: an introduction with a strong thesis statement, the main body, and a conclusion. It usually has 3-4 paragraphs, each containing 3-5 sentences or 75-125 words. Each body paragraph should be written using the PEE principle (point, evidence, explanation).

  13. 300 Word Essay Examples

    Example Essay: Throughout high school, I had always excelled in academics. My mother is a college professor and my father is a teacher, so learning was instilled in me at a very young age. During my junior year (a monumental year for future college students), I faced a significant setback when I received a failing grade on a crucial exam in a ...

  14. How to write a essay on road accident in 300 words?

    How to write a essay on road accident in 300 words? 👇 Road accidents have become very common nowadays. As more and people are buying automobiles, the incidences of road accidents are just increasing day by day. Furthermore, people have also become more careless now. Not many people follow the traffic rules.

  15. How to Write a 300-Word Essay: Length, Examples, Free Samples

    To write a 300-word essay, start with drafting a thesis statement. Then create an essay plan with three main points to support your thesis. Begin each paragraph with a clear topic sentence and provide supporting evidence. Wrap up your essay with a concluding section that reinforces your thesis.

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  17. Putting a Price Tag on Someone's Life

    The Meaning of Life In today's world, everyone is so caught up on how much money they're making and how much more money someone else is making than them. We are so caught up in the struggles of life like paying bills and working or whatever went wrong in the day, we forget to appreciate lif...

  18. 300 Words Essay Examples: Free Sample Papers on Any Topic

    A 300 words essay would typically be about 1,5 pages long, assuming it is double-spaced and written with a standard font (Arial or Times New Roman) in 12-point size. If the text is single-spaced, it will be twice shorter. Other factors that influence the 300-word essay length are formatting and paragraph structure.

  19. Price Hike Paragraph || Paragraph : Price Hike || Paragraph, Essay on

    Price hike means the increase in the price of the essential commodities in the market. It is considered one of the major problems in our country. There are many reasons for the price hike. Firstly, insufficient production is responsible for the price hike. Secondly, improper distribution is also responsible for this.

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    Free 300-Word Essay Samples. 4017 samples of this type. A 300-word essay is a short piece. It might be assigned by a school teacher to test the student's knowledge of the topic and their ability to formulate thoughts concisely. The most common genres for texts of 300 to 350 words are a discussion board post and a personal statement for a ...

  21. 300 Word Essay Examples & Topic Ideas

    300-word essay topics are a great way for students to practice their writing skills and develop their ability to express their thoughts and ideas concisely. These topics typically require students to explore a specific issue or concept in depth within the constraints of a short word count. Some common 300-word essay topics include analyzing a ...

  22. Price Tag Definition

    Value can be what is held to be deserved by a person, or the importance of something. Value is the usefulness of a person, or object like a price tag at a store between the value of someone's life. Value at the store is a big difference from the value of a person's life, because one has a price tag like a dollar.

  23. 300 words about price tag

    300 words about price tag - 60431422. pragyanmurmu3267 pragyanmurmu3267 6 hours ago English Secondary School answered 300 words about price tag See answer Advertisement