Identify a time when you were influenced by media bias in relation to a world event, or perhaps an event on a more local level. Explain why you think that the news media is polarized into various positions, and give an example of how media leaders influence their audiences.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 12:05 pm ad1c9bdddf
One recent topic I can see this working with would be the stalemate over the budget in Congress. I can specifically remember knowing in the back of my mind that ...
One recent topic I can see this working with would be the stalemate over the budget in Congress. I can specifically remember knowing in the back of my mind that they would have to raise the debt ceiling or eventually they'd be out of a job. Yet, when it came on Meet The Press during a Sunday morning, all I could feel was anxiety, controversy, and anger over issues that were only the concerns of the politicians involved. In other words, you might want to consider such things as creating problems that are relevant to the audience, engaging them in an argument, dramatic music (Meet The Press has a theme composed by John Williams, for goodness' sake), etc.
Decision Analysis : Influence Diagrams, Decision Trees and Optimistic, Conservative, and Minimax Regret Approaches
3. Southland Corporation's decision to produce a new line of recreational products resulted in the need to construct either a small plant or a large plant. The selection of plant size depends on how the marketplace reacts to the new product line. To conduct an analysis, marketing has decided to view the possible long-run demand as either low, medium, or high. The following payoff table shows the projected profit in millions of dollars:
Plant Size Low Medium High
Small 150 200 200
Large 50 200 500
a. What is the decision to be made, and what is the chance event for Southland's problem?
b. Construct an influence diagram.
c. Construct a decision tree.
d. Recommend a decision based on the use of the optimistic, conservative, and minimax regret approaches.