Mao’s Yan’an talk outlines the agenda for a revolutionary art that is of and for the masses. In your discussion posts, please answer the following questions based on the text: 1) Who are the masses? 2) In what possible ways could an artist “approach” the masses and create artworks for them? 3) What is the… Continue reading 2) in what possible ways could an artist “approach” the masses and create artworks for them?
A. Describe to your intended audience how and why the subject is important to this audience (2-5 sentences) B. Include the following details to reach a 5-7 minute presentation – an effective introduction that includes an attention getting opening, a thesis statement and a preview of the main points (minimum of 2) *avoid using personal… Continue reading – an effective introduction that includes an attention getting opening, a thesis statement and a preview of the main points (minimum of 2)
One of the main points of symbolic interactionism is that we all have a sense of a “looking glass self”, or a mental self image that results from taking the role of the other. To put it simply, this is done by “imagining how we look to other people” (Griffin, p. 59). With this in… Continue reading One of the main points of symbolic interactionism is that we all have a sense of a “looking glass self”, or a mental self image that results from taking the role of the other.
Please read attached two articles that and utilize quantitative content analysis (CA) methodology. B. In no more than 3 double spaced pages, excluding cover and reference page, provide the following information for each article: 1) Objectives and aims and provided rationale 2) Proposed hypothesis/research questions 3) Justification for adopting Content Analysis methodology 4) Sample and… Continue reading 9) reaction: your critical assessment of the piece
Either through personal interviews or research, identify several differences in communication practices between your own culture and another culture that interests you. Choose one set of cultural values summarized on pp. 45-49 and identify the characteristic that is not representative of your own culture. For example, if you are used to a low-context culture, you… Continue reading To discover the keys to effective intercultural communication in your three chosen cultures, find some reputable sources on the internet.
Need 4 different one page paper from specific readings which I will send. One is due next week so not the same deadline. – One to two page essay engaging a question or concept from the readings this week. You may focus on one text or you may examine a term as it is deployed… Continue reading – one to two page essay engaging a question or concept from the readings this week.
DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS The student will complete 4 Discussions in this course. The student will post one thread of at least 600 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday of the assigned Module: Week. Week. For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 1 reference form the textbook reading and 1 biblical… Continue reading Provide two specific connections from the work that advance the conversation.
Essay of 600-900 words offering a general overview of the problem. In-text citations of sources from where information is gathered.
Watch these 2 videos and answer the proposed questions below – 1. What is the first and most important thing to do in a crisis situation? 2. In a crisis situation, media are powerful; how the press responds to a given situation has a great deal to do with how the public responds. Thus, what… Continue reading As social media has redefined what a crisis means.
The question for this week is: Where do you already use public speaking in your personal, school, or professional life? (Check page 18 in the book for examples of places you might already use this skill) If you don’t already do some public speaking, where do you think you’ll use it in the future? Finally,… Continue reading Finally, rate your experience with public speaking from 1 to 10, and then tell us why you like it or dislike it.