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Identify examples of bias, fallacies, and specific rhetorical devices in the speech. How did the speaker address arguments and counterarguments? Were the speakers arguments effective? Explain.
Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley How does the monster's personal account affect your opinion of him? What scientific or medical procedures (today or in the past) were considered immoral when first used? Think about such things as the first smallpox vaccination, the first heart transplant, and the first h
Colvin was very impressed with Ben's ideas and immediately called a meeting of several of the officials of Acme, including Grayson, to review Reeds plan.
What are your thoughts on this...questions below: Colvin was very impressed with Ben's ideas and immediately called a meeting of several of the officials of Acme, including Grayson, to review Reeds plan. This meeting was held during the early afternoon of December 11. About three o'clock that afternoon Grayson entered the a
From Reading Chapters 12-15 can you help with a respond to these discussion questions: (short responses)Thanks DQ 5: 1. In your opinion, is Frankenstein guilty of a sin or crime? What is it? 2. Throughout Frankenstein's account, he indicates that none of what happened was his fault - that it was destiny or fate. How do y
I need help to answer two short questions as you can see bottom of the case page on attachment file. Its one page case including 2 questions. Please help me to point out answering those 2 questions. Case Study 2.4---- WIDGETS 'R US Widgets 'R Us (WRU) is a medium-size firm specializing in the design and manufacturing of
Identify the principal issue presented by the source. Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify any areas that are vague or ambiguous. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Do you find the source credible? Explain your reasoning. Identify
This posting offers a thesis and topic sentences for an essay explaining three fallacies: 1. ad hominem 2. hasty generalization 3. false analogy Explain why and how knowledge of these three logical fallacies and it can be useful to a writer
Please read attached and provide direction on how to answer this. I will need to supply 2-4 paragraphs.
This is an assignment I am trying to help my daughter with and although I will not be giving her the answers I need to know how to help her please. What is the main point of this essay? What is the greatest strength of this essay? Does the introduction grab your interest and make you want to read on? Explain your answer. W
I need some ideas on an argumentative essay on why young Americans should vote. Some rough ideas for an outline would be helpful. I'm honestly up against a wall here. I'm not of this generation and can't imagine how to convince someone of this age to vote.
Do you believe that you would be able to incorporate an ending with a twist in an expository essay?
Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley Week 2: Chapters 1-4 Respond to discussion questions in your opinion and very short answers: 1. Why does Walton admire Frankenstein? (Remember, this is your opinion.) 2. Does Walton's admiration of Frankenstein influence the reader's opinion of him?
These areas are uncovered: How is the monster's view of life affected by the books he reads? How do you think the monster sees himself in relation to humans? (Frankenstein, his 'father', his 'cottagers', other people who drive him away).
Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley is discussed in terms of chapters 1-7. These areas are emphasized: Does Frankenstein's pampered background affect his opinion or his behavior toward others? Frankenstein is sure the monster killed William. Why (your opinion) won't he reveal this or seek help to capture or
1. Which technological change has had the largest effect on life in this country? Why? I need to explain the technology of choice and how it has affected our lives I need a response of at least 350 words in order to use as a reference. Please provide me with help getting started. Need 300-350 words. I don't need informat
Need thesis for a narrative essay about people found guilty of drinking and driving.
Imagine that a child is trying to prove that she did not steal chocolate chip cookies from the cookie jar, so she makes this argument: "There are no chocolate stains on my hands, so I couldn't have stolen the cookies." Would you tell me if this example require deductive or inductive logic amd what the premises are? Are the premi
This job offers ideas to write an essay using one of the rhetorical modes such as argument, narration, process analysis, illustration and description.
Parts A,B,C are just steps to take to make the Rough draft on the topic Projet planning in Teams 750 word minimum rough draft to help me get started. Part A: I need help completing a rough draft on the following paper (750 Words Minimum): My selected topic is one aspect of team dynamics to serve as the basis of the I
Fallacy Statements-Please match the bottom to the top-Thank you! 1. It takes someone with a really big heart to give to our charity, and you seem like someone who cares more than most. 2. On a radio ad: "Have you been fatigued, irritable, moody? If these symptoms are ignored, you might become depressed or even suicidal! Wa
I need to identify any examples of fallacies in the following passages. Can you please explain why you think these are fallacies, and identify which category they belong in, if they fit any category I've described. Slippery Slope Begging the question False dilemma Ad hominem Burden of proof Straw man 2. Letter to t
Read: "A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner DQ 15: Respond to discussion questions in very short answer only: 2. What can you tell about the narrator? In your opinion, why did Faulkner choose to tell the story through this person? 3. What do you know about Homer? Is his interest in Miss Emily honorable?
Your manager was very impressed with your teams' delivery on the story elements. Your project managers are currently working on a presentation for the university client. Your manager asked if you could assist in their efforts by leading a brainstorming session with the group of project managers. You feel that the best method to
In your own words what does James Baldwin's story "Sonny's Blues" say about art?
You have been asked by a classmate to critique her work for her before she submits it for a grade. You aren't very sure of how to critique a work, so you decide to do some research beforehand. In your research you decide to find the following: ? What does it mean to critique? ? Methods in effectively critiquing a work ? Whi
In "The Birds," what is the weather like during the autumn before the attack, and what does this signify?
2. The events of the plot are designed to A. reveal the author's point of view B. arouse and satisfy the reader's curiosity C. portray the personality of the main character D. distract the reader from guessing the ending 4. In "The Birds," what is the weather like during the autumn before the attack, and what does this si
Please help form a reflective/opinion essay on "The Issue of Immigration in America."
I am confused with this question. If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem." Do you agree or disagree? Why? Please give an example
If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem." Do you agree or disagree? Why? Please give an example. Can you assist me?
B.2 Ethical Dilemma Your friend, who was driving 30 miles per hour in a 20 mile per hour speed limit zone, hits a pedestrian. You were a passenger in your friend's car when this happened and the only witness to this occurrence. Your friend tells you that if you testified that he was driving within the speed limit, he would be