Write a 3-page paper that involves a close examination of the online representation of a fringe community or counterculture. This community may be American or in another part of the world. How does this community represent itself? How do those who belong to that community contribute to that identity? How do those who do not belong to that community contribute to that identity?
Write a descriptive academic essay ( 10 pages* )of how media outlets (newspapers, radio stations, and TV stations, Satellite, and Internet) were developed. I need an entire history and timeline of the movement of media outlets in the Zimbabwe country Zimbabwe *please, use appropriate academic sources, journals*. *APA format is required*. *Be specific and name the stations and be clear*. please use your own words(zero plagiarism) please use the references in the file and others.
PhD candidates should provide an authentic personal statement reflecting on their own personal interest. In the event that any outside resources are used, those should be cited in APA format. Submissions should be a maximum of 500 words or 125 words per question/prompt. Applicants must answer each of the four prompts for their program. PhD IT What are your research interests in the area of Information Technology? Why are you inspired to research in this area, and why do you think it is important to research in this area? Why did you select PhD in Information Technology? Why did you […]
Dozens of individuals were interviewed around the world to describe their meaning of “love” in this short clip that can be found on YouTube: After watching this clip and using key terms and concepts from TC Chapter 10, discuss why intercultural-intimate relationships can be both challenging and rewarding. Select two specific key differences and similarities from our text to frame your discussion. You may also use specific examples from your own experiences or the video above. ThIs assignment must be two – three type-written written pages (double spaced, 1” margins, 12 pt. font) that address the listed topics. You […]
1. Identify a public event or development that you might say is a defining element of your/our lifetime. Describe how you see this event/development and why it is so significant. Consider how it conveys “difficult knowledge” and/or “lovely knowledge” 2. Consider how this event/development has unified and/or divided people. Are there divergent ways in which it is understood? Is it important to some and not to others? 3. In their essay, Erica Lehrer and Cynthia E. Milton state that “Memory-workers have begun to explore other modes, including attempts to kindle social aspirations like empathy, identification, cross-cultural dialogue , to recognize […]
Topic Questions Tell me about your use of technology, which technology do you use? And, how often do you use technology? What do you use technology for in your everyday life? (uses of technology for social networking/gaming/news and information/shopping/education) What values does technology add to your life? And, how dependent are you on technology? What about the use of technology in class, how often do you use your phone/laptop/tablet in class? Do you think one can focus in class while using your phone/mobile devices? How much does using your phone affect your attention spam in class? Do you use your […]
In your discussion post, analyze the following visual elements in the advertisements shown above: 1) Identify the target audiences for each of the advertising images above. 2) Compare and contrast how each of these advertisement images uses color to strategically attract a specific target audience (Ex: orange may be a more appropriate color choice for younger audiences but not necessarily for business audiences). 3) Compare and contrast how the lines are strategically used to guide the viewer’s eyes to a specific element in the advertising image. 4) Consider if the two advertisements traded how they used colors and lines. Would […]
You made an agreement with your parents (or spouse, partner, relative, or friend) that you would submit a report at this time describing the progress you have made toward your educational goal (employment, certificate, or degree). Your Task. In memo format (several templates can be found in Word) write a progress report that fulfills your promise to describe your progress toward your educational goal. Address your progress report to your parents, spouse, partner, relative, or friend. In your memo (a) describe your goal; (b) summarize the work you have completed thus far; (c) discuss thoroughly the work currently in progress, […]
Your task is to apply the theory to a real world situation and/or explain how the theory helps explain the relationship. Base of the paper: Social Information Processing Theory identify a type of relationship where you will apply the theory. Some possible options include: Newly formed relationships Long standing relationships Long distance relationships Healthy relationships Unhealthy relationships Finally, select a relationship context: Superior/subordinate Academic/school Home/family Friendships ??? Basic requirements for the paper: Minimum of 4 sources, maximum of 6 sources. At least 2 sources must be scholarly articles/journal based. 6 to 8 pages (title page does not count toward this […]
Activity 13: Inductive & Deductive Reasoning Instructions: In class we discussed the logic behind inductive and deductive reasoning, as well as specific examples of each of these types of reasoning. For this activity, you will watch a short scene from the movie Sherlock Holmes (2009) in which Sherlock Holmes uses reasoning to reach conclusions about his friend Dr. Watson’s new fiancé, Mary Morstan. You will then decompose the premises and conclusions of arguments within this scene. Refer to class notes from Units 10 (Logical Reasoning) as well as the Facione and Gittens (2013) readings from each of these units to […]