Read the essay by Paul Gray "What is Love?"
â?¢ In his article, Gray claims: "Like the universe, the more we learn about love, the more preposterous and mysterious it is likely to appear" (3).
â?¢ He also states: "Romance is real. It is not merely a conceit; it is bred into our biology" (1).
â?¢ After reading the article, decide if you agree with his thesis and other main points in the article. Next, write a thesis statement regarding studying love scientifically. Do you agree love can be a subject of scientific study? Why or why not? Do you believe love is biologically ingrained or culturally maintained?
â?¢ Next, defend your position. Add evidence, quotes and paraphrases from Gray's article, to support your thesis. Cite the page numbers of the quotes according to MLA format as in my examples.
The assignment instructions include: After reading the article, decide if you agree with his thesis and other main points in the article. Next, write a thesis statement regarding studying love scientifically. Do you agree love can be a subject of scientific study? Why or why not? Do you believe love is biologically ingrained or culturally maintained?
Next, write support sentences for your paragraph to defend your position. Add evidence, quotes and paraphrases from Gray's article, to support your thesis. Cite the page numbers of the quotes according to MLA format as in my examples.
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After having read the article, one thing that would help clarify this assignment is to actually list what the themes (or major points) are that the author makes. One such main idea is that love and marriage do not go together in many cultures, as marriage is still considered a financial and/or political alliance. ...
Discussion of hints, tips and suggestions for how to approach solving this assignment. Quotes are pulled, and examples are provided for each of the assignment requirements.
SWOTT Analysis and Synopsis
My daughter is starting her own business and I have agreed to help her with a business plan. I need to complete a SWOTT analysis and create a hypothesis for each of the 7 issues I have listed, discuss the circumstances, characterize the importance of each issue and test the accuracy of the importance.
A brief description of her business is as follows, including 7 issues to be analyzed.
Cutie Photootie is a mobile, on-location, family photography studio that was born in L.A. and currently resides in the South Suburbs of Chicago. As a mother, my philosophy is that children are most comfortable in their own home. Cutie Photootie brings the studio to you!
As a nature photographer, I was surprised to find that few family portrait studios provided more than the typical shopping center, Christmas card style photos. I wanted to capture those natural, loving moments I had at home with my daughter, and it was so hard to replicate that in a 30-minute session at the mall, especially when baby girl was away from the comfort of our home.
My love of nature photography became a love of natural family photography. From there, Cutie Photootie was born. I do the photography at your home or a location of your choice. I care for your images from beginning to end. My hope is that you see each photo is taken through the eyes of a professional and a mother.
I'm ready to capture the unique personalities of your little ones, as only you know them, in the comfort of your own home.
1. Mother/One internal factor that is both a strength and weakness is that she is a mother of an 18 month old little girl. The advantage is that she can take these pictures through a mother's eye. She understands the value of a child's photo ~ from newborn through childhood. The weakness is that it limits the time she has available for photo shoots, editing, etc.
2. Lack of Reputation/One internal weakness is that she recently moved to the Chicagoland area and began her business in 2011. She was recently residing in LA.
3. Demographics/An opportunity: The Chicagoland area is highly populated and offers many potential customers.
4. Economy/Threat/The downturn of the economy has reduced the disposable income available for most consumers.
5. Product Differences / Brand Identity/ Threat: Competition is high and many offer the same products. Owner must be creative and find a differential.
6. Trademark/opportunity: The company is planning to file for a trademark for their business.
7. Value interpretation: trend. Today's focus is leaning more toward value rather than price. Consumers are not interested in getting the cheapest product, they are looking for something that is important to them, something that offers on-trend, quality value (Dark, 2010).
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