Save 7%! Use HOME7 discount code

Essay Writing Service by Experts

Excellent
Excellent | 130 reviews Based on 130+ customer’s reviews
Trustpilot avatar
Hi there!

Our expert writers are
ready to help.

Trustpilot avatar
Online

Calculate the price
of
your order:

275 words
+
Approximate price
$ 0.00

Why choose us

You Want Quality and That’s What We Deliver

Top Essay Writers

We select the finest writers to join our team. They each have expertise in specific topic fields and background in academic writing.

Affordable Prices

We offer the lowest possible pricing while still providing the best writers. Our costs are fair and reasonable compared to other writing services.

100% Plagiarism-Free

You will never receive a product that contains any plagiarism. We scan every final draft before releasing it to be delivered to a customer.

How it works

When you decide to place an order with HomeworkDoers, here is what happens:

Complete the Order Form

You will complete our order form, filling in all of the fields and giving us as much detail as possible.

Assignment of Writer

We analyze your order and match it with a writer who has the unique qualifications to complete it, and he begins from scratch.

Order in Production and Delivered

You and your writer communicate directly during the process, and, once you receive the final draft, you either approve it or ask for revisions.

Giving us Feedback (and other options)

We want to know how your experience went. You can read other clients’ testimonials too. And among many options, you can choose a favorite writer.

What People Are
Saying

Excellent

Based on 130+ customer’s reviews

Read All Reviews

Writer's choice

Biology (and other Life Sciences)
5.0

Thank you so much for helping me to understand more about writing an advertisement paper. It was awesome!

Firt Draft of Critical analysis essay

Literature
5.0

Great, Lovely!!!

Defining Medical/Health Informatics

Health Care
5.0

Excellent work. Very well done.

Writer's choice

Nursing
5.0

Thank you so much, you helped me to understand more about writing a good thesis paper.

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Pay-for-Performance Presentation

Health Care
4.0

Originally received it on time. I had to send it back 3 times for revisions because there was some information missing.

Business II

Business Studies
5.0

Thank you !

Researching safety issues

Health Care
5.0

Excellent work. Very well written and organized.

Revenue Cycle Management & Healthcare Finance

Health Care
5.0

Excellent work. The content was very well written and clear.

Contrast the leadership styles of healthcare managers

Health Care
5.0

Excellent work. Very well organized.

Writer's choice

Early Childhood Education
5.0

Thank you well done!

Check out our quality for yourself

Don’t take our word for it. The best way for you to check the quality of what we produce is to read one or two of our examples. They are on a variety of topics and at all academic levels. Choose a couple that interest you and get an idea of what we can do for you too.

Article review

Topic: A Critique on McSweeney’s Article on Hofstede’s National Model of Culture

7 pages
Harvard
Undergrad. (yrs 3-4)
Business
View this Sample

Dissertation/Dissertation chapter

Topic: Videoconferencing as a teaching tool

10 pages
APA
Undergrad. (yrs 3-4)
Education
View this Sample

Term paper

Topic: Mycobacterium tuberculosis

4 pages
MLA
Undergrad. (yrs 3-4)
Biology (and other Life Sciences)
View this Sample

Research paper

Topic: Leading and Motivation

6 pages
Oxford
Master's
Management
View this Sample

Research paper

Topic: Examining Differences in Astrological Beliefs

9 pages
Harvard
Master's
Anthropology
View this Sample

Essay (any type)

Topic: E-Tailing

2 pages
APA
Undergrad. (yrs 3-4)
Business
View this Sample

    Be sure in safetiness
    of your data

    Be sure in safetiness
    of your data

    The privacy of our customers is highly important for us. No personal information or financial data will be passed to the third parties. Read our Privacy Policy to find out more information.

    Womens History Disscussion board assignment

    Did the advent of television and its growing popularity in the 1950s enhance or restrict the overall status of women in post-war America?

    In their Introduction to the “Television’s Prescriptions for Women” visual sources section of chapter 10 in our textbook Through Women’s Eyes, authors Ellen Carol DuBois and Lynn Dumenil write: “Historians who study 1950s television delve more deeply into the medium and its message and, as with any other historical source, examine both the televised images and the assumptions of the people who created programming and advertising.” (TWE 635)
    Based on your reading of chapter 10’s visual sources section entitled “Television’s Prescriptions for Women” (TWE pp. 635-650), our goal with this assignment is to address the following question: Did the advent of television and its growing popularity in the 1950s enhance or restrict the overall status of women in post-war America?
    Our lecture for this week, along with chapter 10 of TWE, looks at American women’s lives in the period of 1945-1965. During this post-war era American women grappled with the fundamental challenges of the age, including consumerism, civil rights, and the Cold War. In cultural terms, millions of American families settled in to the new pastime of watching television, a fact that led advertisers to tout TV as a pro-family activity in an age when many feared the threat of communism was undermining traditional American institutions such as the family. Looking at the images in chapter 10’s visual sources section on television’s prescriptions for women, it is easy to see that women played a prominent role in both the advertising & programming brought by television, and yet the question remains: Did the advent of television and its growing popularity in the 1950s enhance or restrict the overall status of women in post-war America?
    In addressing this prompt and the sources presented by the authors, consider the following points in writing your post:
    • To whom was television marketed? What did the advertisements claim TV would accomplish? What part did women supposedly play in this scheme?
    • Did television reinforce the idea of a “proper sphere” for women, and if so, did that ideal enhance or restrict women’s overall status in American society?
    • How did television deal with issues of race and ethnicity generally, and how were women of color depicted? Was the overall effect to promote equality?
    • Critics complained that TV promoted cultural conformity, but do you find any evidence that TV was sometimes subversive of the establishment and mainstream cultural values?

    • provide historical context and detailed information for your post.
    Do not cite other sources beyond our TWE textbook.
    Writing a strong discussion board post is analagous to a home run. Consider the following “four bases”:
    1st base, clarify the historical context using information from weekly lectures and textbook reading. What was going on at that time that helps us understand these documents?
    2nd base, choose a few “golden lines” from the documents, i.e. excerpt a few exact quotes to feature as evidence/illustrations in support of your analysis. Remember, quotes do not speak for themselves. The point here is not to strip mine your sources to make it look like your post is full of quoted material. Each quote you use should be fairly brief and in support of a specific point you are making (see below) with plenty of descriptive support from you.
    3rd base, analysis. Students are often unsure what ‘analysis’ means. It’s not the same as summarizing, i.e. repeating what was said in your own words. Instead, think of analysis as making the “invisible visible.” When you analyze a document you are teasing the historical meaning from the words you are reading, looking for clues, and making informed judgements, informed interpretations of what they mean.
    4 th base. make it clean. Before submitting, make sure your post has clean and clear sentences. It should have no misspelled words or fractured grammar.
    Minimum 350 words. Good historical analysis requires the identification of specific contexts — the who, what, where, and when of things. Make sure to identify which women, where, or when. identify women by race, class, ethnicity, geography, and time period. Any essay that refers generically to “women” without identifying proper historical context (4 W’s) or race/class/ethnicity will receive much lower scores. Do not simply say “Indian women,” unless what you are saying is true of ALL such women everywhere and for all periods. Otherwise, say Iroquois women of the fifteenth century, or Pueblo women of the American southwest, or Algonquian women in the 1600s, etc. The same goes for “white women” and “black women” — be sure to identify WHICH white or black women by including time period, geographical information, or other pertinent identifying features.

    Expert paper writers are just a few clicks away

    Place an order in 3 easy steps. Takes less than 5 mins.

    Calculate the price of your order

    You will get a personal manager and a discount.
    We'll send you the first draft for approval by at
    Total price:
    $0.00
    Live Chat+1-631-333-0101EmailWhatsApp