How might literary Representation of change prepare readers for future changes in the workplace?
Does the literature from diffrent times and or cultures focus on diffrent aspects of business? IF so, how is change addressed diffrently ? Are diffrent elements of change addressed?
How do changes characters experience in the works of literature analyzed relate to the changes with which business must deal?
How does literature deal with elements of business that resist change , such as personal or ethics or the profit motive.
Do the works you are analyzing address change implicity or explicity?Which was is more effective for addressing change for a business audience and why?
What general lessons about the workplace change might literature teach
Before I start assisting you on this assignment which I can not write for you, you need to have been aware of the fact that Brainmass.Com is all about tutoring students into becoming faster learners as well as stronger academic writers. In other words, it is a part of my company's policy against writing any homework for anyone posting assignments with us. Therefore, what I will do for you is providing an extremely clear step-by-step approach to completing this project in less the time it would take you before you came to us for help. You and the rest of your group (if this is a group project as you indicated yesterday) need to take on equal effort for this project.
Without further lecturing, I will start by mentioning that it is crucial for each one of you to read these two poems individually and as a group in order to come up with various ideas for writing up the questionnaire your professor provided. To help all of you get started, I went through both poems as well. While I was reading the poems, I highlighted the lines that seemed extremely relative to the topic you have chosen for this project. Since the topic was either about Unemployment or Poverty, I went ahead and bolded all the lines that poets used in their literature that had to do with either subject. From the lines I have bolded for you, you should be able to brainstorm as to why the poets used those lines in these two particular poems.
Thus, step one would be to having all of you sitting down in a group sitting to read each poems in great detail. After having read the poems, you should all brainstorm together which shouldn't take more than 10 minutes. Brainstorming is the pre-writing stage to getting scattered thoughts onto paper.
After ALL of you will have brainstormed, you should go thruogh each one of the listed questions the professor provided. I want to leave the first question for each one of you to address after brainstorming. You would be able to uncover answers if you did that part first.
The second step would be taking a few minutes to address each question listed above: I can go directly to the 2nd question now for helping you out now~
"Does the literature from diffrent times and or cultures focus on diffrent aspects of business? IF so, how is change addressed diffrently ? Are diffrent elements of change addressed?" After I have read these two poems, the answer is definitely a "yes" to "Does the literature from different times and or cultures focus on different aspects of business?" Change is addressed diferently by the way the lines are executed according to poetic form thruoghout the poem as well as how each one of the poets' writing style affects the way a reader reads his/her poem. (This is coming from generally reading the poems, but if you were to go deeper, you have to address some parts of the content of the poems.) You might need to do some research on the two poets' backgrounds by visiting JSTOR (this is a general search engine for any English paper) which you should be able to locate off of your library's website. Then of course, this is from my perspective which means each one of you would have a different view of answering this question AFTER you'll all have carefully read the poems. Then again the reading process does not take long.
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The role of literature can and must play as businesses cope with social change is examined.