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Contemporary Rhetoric Views

Please help with the following problem. 1. What is Jacques Derrida's goal in deconstruction? How do his goals differ from those of Jurgen Habermas? 2. What is the basic feminist criticism of the Western rhetorical tradition? 3. What is unusual in the Greek tradition of rhetoric when compared to other rhetorical tradition

Essay Analysis

Select one or more of the attached essays and provide approximately 800 words analyzing how this tension between the facts and the artistic intention of the essayist relates to its success in communicating workplace themes. Discuss how your chosen essayist uses all or some of these techniques, making sure you illustrate your cl

Changing Attitudes by Reading Essays

Discuss ways individual attitudes can be changed by reading essays about the workplace. Use specific examples from at least one of the attached essays to illustrate your thoughts.

Fiction and Business Lesson

1. Explaining how the entertainment elements of the story relate to the lesson or lessons it teaches the reader. (Be specific about the lesson or lessons taught) Consider all the following entertainment aspects that apply to the story or stories analyzed: o the point of view from which the story is told o how charact

Poetic Themes and Literary Elements

Use examples from the attached stories only: 1. What are some ways themes are rooted in texts? 2. What literary elements can be used to drive them? 3. How are themes recognized? Use specific examples from at least one attached story to illustrate your thoughts. 4. What is the significance of knowing how to inte

Bollinger's claim

What is Bollinger's claim and where does he state it? On what warrant does Bollinger base his claim? Discuss why you agree or disagree with his claim and the warrant underpinning it? Why Diversity Matters June 1, 2007 As published in the Chronicle of Higher Education During this frantic admissions season, it is easy for

Critical Thinking

Systematic Reasoning: Disagreements, Claims, and Reasons Puzzles. See if you can figure out the following brain teaser: An intriguing but baffling argument was presented by Zeno of Elea (c. 495-435 BC) intended to prove that motion and change are impossible. Together with the ancient Greek thinker Parmenides, Zeno believ

1) How would a teacher in the sociology department of a college justify using the film "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" as a way of teaching about the concept of oppression? Even though other instructors might say that because it is so old, it is not relevant to today's world, how could the teacher still justify this as a teaching

The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1939 Film

This solution briefly assesses the film, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," the 1939 version starring Charles Laughton. It examines conflicts in the film related to the theme of oppression and problems of the present.

Night by Wiesel is briefly compared.

1) What are some present ideas, experiences, etc., which are realities in today's world or current events that can be connected to this book and the ideas in it? 2) Are there any connections or ideas and experiences from the article "C.P. Ellis" by Studs Terkel (found on the Internet) that correlate to this book? If so, how?

Night by Wiesel is applied to theories.

I read this book and have questions as to the following for further clarification and understanding. 1) The main points of the book were oppression existing in ableism, racism, sexism, ageism, etc. However, I am wondering what the two most significant ideas were? What is the seeming purpose of the book? 2) I know this a

I read this book and found it to mostly be about religion, but I am wondering if I missed something and if any of the following oppression topics (Ageism, Racism, Sexism, Classism, Heterosexism, Ableism, Anti-Semitism) are covered in this book and if so, how? 1) Of those topics, if any are covered, how are they discussed?

1) Which causes that Vincent Parrillo discusses in "Causes of Prejudice" can be applied to C.P. Ellis's situation that he explains in his interview with Studs Terkel? 2) How can Parrillo's theories be applied to Ellis's situation? 3) To what extent does Ellis's experience illustrate the theories of prejudice described by V

Nuclear Enterprise by Secretary of the Air Force Speech Analysis

Write a critique on speech attached Who is the speaker? Environment? Occasion? What are they saying (what is the topic) What are the sub-pointw of the speech? What does the speaker hope to achieve? (desired results) Who is the audience? How do you evaluate the speaker's presentation (introduction, main body, conclusio

General Petraeus Speech

Who is the speaker? Environment? Occasion? What are they saying (what is the topic) What are the sub-pointw of the speech? What does the speaker hope to achieve? (desired results) Who is the audience? How do you evaluate the speaker's presentation (introduction, main body, conclusion, voide, credibility, research, gestu

1. Briefly discuss the following emotions: Friendship and Enmity, Fear and Confidence, and Emulation. 2. Briefly describe the three gifts of fortune that affect human character. 3.Outline Aristotle's four general lines of argument. 4.Identify the two general modes of persuasion and provide an example for each.

The following questions come from the Aristotle On Rhetoric text: 1. Briefly discuss the following emotions: Friendship and Enmity, Fear and Confidence, and Emulation. 2. Briefly describe the three gifts of fortune that affect human character. 3.Outline Aristotle's four general lines of argument. 4.Identify the two

Different tenses

We are given a table of tenses which I am having difficulty completing. The table shows some of the forms that can be used to talk about the future. These are the instructions we are given: Criteria 1- your teaching should reflect your example sentence and the use/meaning. Criteria 2- when analysing the form of the lan

Types of Communicated Messages

Describe a situation that warrants the creation of a positive or informative message. Describe a situation that warrants the creation of a negative message. Describe a situation that warrants the creation of a persuasive message.

Jean Kilbourne's article and gender theory

With regard to the article, "Two Ways a Woman Can Get Hurt", by Jean Kilbourne, I am wondering what her exact thesis is? Also, I am looking for examples from advertising from one product (beer, perfume, cigarettes, cars, etc.) that would support an agreement of the thesis and what the negative effects of each ad might have on

How business today use multimedia and mobile devices.

This response discusses the different ways in which modern businesses use mobile devices and and access multimedia content to become more effective and efficient. It also discusses the challenges for businesses of using mobile devices.

The use of comparison and cause & effect strategies

Ehrenreich and Fuentez draw on a number of rhetorical strategies to advance their argument. Explain their use of comparison and cause and effect analysis. http://www.msmagazine.com/spring2002/ehrenreichandfuentes.asp

Common problems teaching English

1- how would you teach the following 2 words? Scissors and peace - would you teach them in the same way? - what problems mighy students have with these words? ( spelling, pronounciation,and meaning) 2- in a conversation class what are the advantages and disadvantages of getting learners to discuss in pairs ( as opposed t

Teacher traits

What do you consider to be the essential qualities of a good teacher and why?

Mike Rose Essay reaction

1) With regard to Mike Rose's essay, what would some suggestions be for ways in which teachers can be more effective? 2) When Mr. Rose states, "Students will rise to the mark you set", I now understand what he meant by that statement, however, I am wondering if this is just negative, or if there were positive validations to t