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Nerds Essay Examples

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Comparing Snobs and Nerds
The time we spend in High School the place where one figures out where
on the social ladder they belong. Embracing the latest trends to see who
will notice. One has to stay focus on their work that the teachers
present in front of one. One has make that choice wither to work hard to
make good grades or gain many friends. Wh...
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Review of the Film Revenge of the Nerds
As I finished watching Revenge of the Nerds, it occurred to me that I had no idea where the word nerd came from. According to The Barnhart Dictionary of Etymology, nerd is listed as originating around 1965 in hot-rod and surfing slang, although it was in oral use prior to 1955. It originally meant "a foolish or ineffec...
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An Examination of the Category of High School Students: Stupid, Nerds, and Smarties
Almost all high school students, smart or stupid, active or non-active, will be divided into one of three categories: Stupids, those that never study and nearly always fail, Nerds, those that study continuously and always have a perfect grade, and Smarties, those that study a lot and always get a good grade. Nearly everyone...
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Characteristics of the Geeks and Nerds Subculture
Did I doooo thaaaaaaat? A famous phrase said by the worlds biggest nerd, Steve Urkel. When you think about a nerd, you usually picture a person that doesnt look like the rest of society. You see a person whose pants come up to their shins, and whose thick black rimmed glasses that are being held together by only a single pi...
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An Analysis of the Various Types of People I Encountered in My High School Days
High School, it is where you will meet a variety of people. It is one of your first exposures to what you think the world is going to be like. In high school, you have your in crowd, your freaks, and of course your nerds. Pretty much everyone fit into one of these categories, well unless you were just there. Maybe, you were...
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A Peak into the Secluded and Private Lives of Nerds
First and foremost, nerds lead secluded and private lives. They keep to themselves and rarely do they interact with others, except their fellow nerds. Their minds are more focused on real life issues in the world rather than making friends and becoming popular.
Secondly, they rarely look appealing from the outside, especial...
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An Introduction to the Issue of Labeling of People as Nerds
In this paper, the labeling of people as nerds will be discussed. The first thing is to define what labeling is and its background.
Labeling is simply giving people labels because of their physical appearance or things that they do. Sociologists developed the labeling theory in the early 1960s. The theory of labeling discus...
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Computer Nerds: Wozniak, Jobs, Gates and Allen
Computer Nerds: Wozniak, Jobs, Gates, and Allen A computer nerd is a person uses a computer in order to use one. Steve Wozniak fell in love with computers and how they worked. He built the first computer, the Apple one. The Apple one formed the basis for the future of Apple Computer, Inc. Steve Wozniak also designed...
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A Description of the Three Group Categories of High School Students; The Stupids, Nerds and Smarties
Almost all high school students, smart or stupid, active or non-active, will be divided into one of three categories: Stupids, those that never study and nearly always fail, Nerds, those that study continuously and always have a perfect grade, and Smarties, those that study a lot and always get a good grade. Nearly everyone...
1,041 words
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An Analysis of Revenge of the Nerds by Steven Pinker
In Revenge of the Nerds, Steven Pinker explores the main claim that our ancestors had four traits that made it especially easy and worth their while to evolve better powers of casual reasoning. These four reasons- sight, group living, hand usage, and hunting- are subsequently followed by scientific and deductive evidence th...
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