Students‘ Essays

Writing an academic essay means creating ideas into an argument. The basic university student essay has following standardized structure:
paragraph 1 – introduction
paragraph 2 – body
paragraph 3 – conclusion


Credit issuing will take place on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 2:00 PM and on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the Purkyne´s Institute Large Auditorium (Purkyňův ústav, velká posluchárna), Albertov 4, Prague 2.

To get credits you need to:
1) Reply questions under each lecture video on Youtube (as a comment).
2) Write thesis (essay at least 2 pages A4) and submit it on this webpage. How to upload essay to the system:

Open the website and click on the tab English –> Students‘ Essays.

At the end of the page (at the bottom) there is space for Comment („Napsat komentář“). Upload your seminar work there according to the instructions in the following picture.

1. Enter the text of your work into the „Comment/Komentář“ field.
2. Type your first name and last name into the „Name/Jméno“ field.
3. Send the seminar work by clicking on „Send Comment/Odeslat komentář“.
Leave the other two fields blank.
If the work is okay, your comment will be approved.

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  1. administrátorka Autor příspěvku

    Cosmetic Surgery in Nigeria
    Back in the days when even going to see a doctor for being sick was considered a luxury, or to some, a ‚waste of time and money‘ (when we had all the natural herbs and medicines), cosmetic surgery was not a topic that was even spoken of. It is in this last decade that people started considering the subject.

    Cosmetic & reconstructive plastic surgery can be a God-send for those mutilated by disease or accidents and congenial defects that affect their ability to lead happy, productive lives. Nonetheless, many who do not fall in these categories are also choosing cosmetic plastic surgery for a plethora of reasons – to improve self-esteem, confidence, youthful appearance and overall self worth. Whatever the reason, it appears attitudes towards plastic surgery is changing among African men and women. This changing attitude and growth of plastic surgery in Africa may be driven by three major shifts:
    1. Global influence of western culture. Hollywood and Nollywood shows portray beauty as thin waistline and big back side. Many western TV shows and celebrity endorse it.
    2. Economic growth. The expanding African economies and resulting robust growth of the African middle class has increased disposable income and fueled consumer appetite for cosmetic surgery.
    3. Social Status of women. African women are now more educated, enlightened, and involved in politics and government than ever. Women’s education and elevation in social status have given rise to the independent African woman, especially in the western African countries such as Ghana, Liberia, and Nigeria. Education of women coupled with independence is fueling the demand for cosmetic surgery.

    Although we do not have all the latest technologies in plastic surgery, this hasn’t stopped people from availing themselves of the opportunity of being able to change one or two things in their bodies via plastic surgery, even if it meant going abroad to do it.
    Of the most frequent cosmetic procedures are liposuction, breast lift, tummy tuck, and breast reduction.

    Although it has had more patronage than in the past, one cannot say that cosmetic surgery has a very bright future in Nigeria as it is not embraced by a majority of the population. This is largely credited to the conservative nature of the typical Nigerian when it comes to matters such as this. It is also worthy of note that the wife of a former president of Nigeria allegedly died during a plastic surgery abroad.

    Abel Abel Initokonisobo

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