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INFORMATIVE SPEECH ASSIGNMENT The Informative Speech requires you to inform/edu

INFORMATIVE SPEECH ASSIGNMENT The Informative Speech requires you to inform/educate your audience on a particular subject matter by conducting research, creating a works cited page and speaking outline and using an audience centered approach to teaching/speaking. Topic Selection You should pick something that your audience will be interested in. Find creative ways to relate that topic to the audience. Explain why this topic is important to us and why we would care about it. What is the value to us?…

 1. This week’s journal focus is on culture. Complete the skill builder, “Asses

 1. This week’s journal focus is on culture. Complete the skill builder, “Assessing Ethnocentrism vs. Cultural Relativism.”  For those of you with a those of you who have a hard copy of the book, page 36. 1)  Read the instructions at the top of the assessment. 2)  Answer the true/false questions with examples from your personal experience. 3). Write your responses to the answers to the questions asked of you at the bottom of the assessment. 2. Final entry. Please…

This discussion topic is designed to help prepare you for Writing Assignment #1

This discussion topic is designed to help prepare you for Writing Assignment #1, “Rewriting a Set of Instructions.” Please download the Word document in writing assignment #1 that features the poorly written set of instructions. Then complete the following steps in responding to this discussion topic: 1. Peruse the McMurrey, Jerz, and Wikibooks resources on how to write instructions.  They are provided in the list of items for Content for week 1. 2.  Examine the set of poorly written instructions.…

Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau all end up with a version

Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau all end up with a version of the Social Contract, but Hobbes starts with a very threatening “state of nature” in which all men are at war against other men. Here is an updated version of Hobbes theory:Imagine you washed up on a deserted island, and after a few hours of exploring, you realize the only food on the island is a somewhat limited supply of coconuts. After a few days, another person…

Communication Ethics Interpersonal communication affects more than just us, it

Communication Ethics Interpersonal communication affects more than just us, it impacts others. Our interactions have ethical considerations. Describe a situation that involved an ethical issue and the communication practices that were used to address the issue. There should be a clear definition of what the ethical issue is, and what communication practices were used to address the issue. Your paper should be a 1-2 page paper citing specific examples and providing detailed analysis incorporation reading and textbook material. If outside…

  JOURNAL Once an organization has defined its mission, vision, and values and

  JOURNAL Once an organization has defined its mission, vision, and values and assessed the environment, it needs to take a look at the external forces that affect it. These external forces will impact how the organization implements its strategic plan. In this journal activity, you will analyze your case study to identify how external forces impact the situation. You will review your case study again and develop a journal assignment that explains how external forces impact strategic planning by addressing…

  In order to successfully respond to circumstances in your healthcare organiza

  In order to successfully respond to circumstances in your healthcare organization, you must first be able to appraise your organization, its mission, its vision, and its values. To provide you with experience doing this, you will assess the situation as described in your selected case study. Read your case study carefully and develop a short paper that provides a summary of the case study. In the summary, be sure to address the following: Provide a brief summary of the…

  Once an organization has defined its mission, vision, and values and assessed

  Once an organization has defined its mission, vision, and values and assessed the environment, it needs to take a look at the external forces that affect it. These external forces will impact how the organization implements its strategic plan. In this journal activity, you will analyze your case study to identify how external forces impact the situation. You will review your case study again and develop a journal assignment that explains how external forces impact strategic planning by addressing…

Describe your “essential self”—that is, the set of characteristics that defines

Describe your “essential self”—that is, the set of characteristics that defines what makes you a particular person. If you do not believe an essential self exists, explain why not. Explain why you think the essential self can or cannot change during a person’s lifetime. Since the essential self will (supposedly) actively resists anything that is not in our genuine best interest, how could self-sacrifice and martyrdom be regarded evidence of a person who lacked an essential self? Alternately, would voluntarily…

Explain your opinion. Refrain from extensive introductions or preambles, just g

Explain your opinion. Refrain from extensive introductions or preambles, just get right into the key ideas. Your opinion is welcome, as long as you refer to the readings and show you have read them, by being specific about them. Articles to read: 1.Colin Campbell, “Why Are Game Companies so Afraid of the Politics in Their Games?,” Polygon, June 20, 2018, https://www.polygon.com/2018/6/20/17480666/video-games-companies-lying-politics  2. Edwin Evans-Thirlwell, “If Ubisoft Wants to Cling on to Clancy, It’s Time to Talk Politics,” Eurogamer, June 22,…