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    Management Commmunication: Your Opinion

    "Defining the challenge is often the hardest task facing a manager. Only effective analysis can help you reach this point...However, unlike production, marketing, managerial economics, or accounting, communication doesn't have a number at the bottom. Consequently, its results are hard to measure. Moreover, as technology provides

    Cognitive Schemata: Stereotypes

    1). Can person prototypes help use to identify and characterize other people we meet? 2). How can these person prototypes lead one to stereotype those that we meet? Is there any truth in any of these stereotypes? 3). Is this kind of activity relatively harmless, or is it harmful at some level? 4). What kind of stereo

    Developing a Nutritious Diet, information about genetics and nutrition, impact of supplements, description of research design terms, and determining credibility of information regarding nutrition.

    I have attached a simple solutions, please use different opinions and viewpoints. 1. What is the role of genetics and individuality in regards to nutrition? 2. Can you live on supplements alone? 3. What are the five characteristics of a nutritious diet? Name and Describe? 4. Name and describe the 9 research design terms?

    Mock town hall meeting: Substance Abuse

    I would like assistance in understanding the following as it pertains to my topic of choice: Substance abuse in the region of Columbus, Ohio Guidelines for the Moderator Part One: Examine the problem and barriers to recognizing the existence, magnitude, urgency and relevance of the problem. 1. Clearly identify your regi

    Using Aristotle's Classification Scheme

    Using Barack Obama as an example, what is memorable about him and makes him an effective speaker? Aristotle's classification scheme includes ethos, pathos, and logos. Which combination does Barack Obama have? Why? To be effective as a communicator today, what qualifications are needed?

    The Birthmark, by Nathaniel Hawthorne

    Could you please help me with some ideas to start an essay on Nathaniel Hawthorn's The Birthmark regarding this topic: What does this story illustrate about what men and women find attractive or unattractive in each other? Give at least two examples from the story. Thank you.

    The Birthmark

    1. What does the birthmark represent for Georgiana? For Aylmer? For Aminadab? 2. How is the theme of married love illustrated in this story? What form does love take for each main character? How is it expressed? 3. What traditional marital roles go Georgiana and Aylmer enact? To what extent are these roles still in evidence t

    Making an Annotated Bibliography

    For the Case Assignment in this module, you will choose a current issue or topic, develop a title and thesis (main point), and construct an annotated bibliography. This annotated bibliography and the topic you choose will be the basis of your Session Long Project. In other words, you will end up writing a research paper using th

    Associate Degree Clinical Laboratory Technicians

    Associate degree clinical laboratory technicians/medical laboratory technicians perform all the routine tests in an up-to-date medical laboratory and can demonstrate discrimination between closely similar items and correction of errors by the use of preset strategies. The technician has knowledge of specific techniques and instr

    An Easy Way to Write a More Organized Paper

    A professor shared an idea with me that I thought would be beneficial for students who have a difficult time organizing information when writing research papers and other large articles.

    The Future of Technology

    I've decided to write about the future of the telephone. How it's emerged within the past few decades. My instructions are as followed: Digital Futures In this project, you will explore the future of digital technologies by choosing a specific technology that you're interested in (video games, the Internet, social media,

    Argumentation Techniques and the Language of Persuasion

    You have spent much of the last five weeks learning about various argumentation techniques and the language of persuasion. You read and wrote about both, but this is knowledge is useful beyond the college environment. Think about that as you identify and write about a time when you would use the language of argument in written f

    Abraham Lincoln and Persistence

    In what ways did Abraham Lincoln overcome adversity and achieve success? In what ways does Abraham Lincoln represent the concept of "persistence"?

    A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning and Love III

    A comparative essay, discussing the conflict between sin and grace in the poetry of John Donne (A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning) and George Herbert (Love III). The solution entails a critical appraisal of both poems, followed by a cross examination geared towards exploring the similarities between the two poems as well as

    Song Lyrics and Abortion

    Choose the lyrics from any song that best depicts the topic of abortion. Explain why you think these lyrics relate to the topic of abortion and in what way.

    Argumentative Writing

    Topic: Should homosexuals be able to marry? Include the following: 1. Thesis - Identify a specific claim relative to the topic you chose and defend it with as strong an argument as possible. The best way to develop a thesis statement is to offer an answer to the question, and then state in a clear and specific sentence t

    Public Service Campaign

    You will develop a Public Service Campaign that may serve those in your community and your community's little league baseball team. Below you will find a breakdown of what you will need to include within your Public Service Campaign: - Public Service Announcement Script - Mission Statement

    Interview for Research

    One way to have primary source material for your research project is to create questions for an interview, to conduct the interview, and to report your findings within the paper. For this assignment, you are to create a series of questions you could use in interviewing someone who is an authority on the topic you are researching

    A New Earth: Example Question

    Regarding "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle, is there anything in Tolle's book that resonates as being particularly unclear? Just one idea that he could have explained or elaborated on better? About 100 words are needed.

    Public Service Campaign and Fundraising

    Based upon a public service campaign. Fundraising - If you feel that there is a cause that you are passionate about and would like to see your community follow that passion, you can convince others to participate in a fundraiser to help that cause. Get family and friends involved with a walk/run for a cure by donating their

    Angeolou Statements Quoted.

    Choose one of Angelou's statements quoted in Meet the Writer that you find particularly striking - perhaps her comment about courage, the similarity of all people, or equal rights. Do you agree or disagree with the statement? Does Angelou's belief relate to your life or the lives of people around you in some way? Write a letter

    Avoiding Fallacious Statements or Using Argument by Authority Paper

    Write about an original topic in a 5 paragraph essay (300-450 words).You are to adopt either the positive or the negative version of the topic statement. Argue the side you choose as you would your own idea. As you write, you will present the information in what may turn out to be similar to a five-paragraph essay format. Yo

    HIV and Aids: transmission of AIDS, groups at high risk for the disease, universal precautions, how to guard against AIDS, primary prevention strategies for HCV, recommended steps in Needlestick prevention and why Hepatitis B poses a greater threat than HIV.

    1. What do the acronyms "AIDS" and "HIV" mean? 2. What are the known ways that AIDS is transmitted? 3. List the groups of people who are considered high risk with regards to AIDS. 4. List five ways that AIDS is not transmitted. 5. Briefly explain universal precautions and their use. 6. List four ways to guard against contra