Based upon what we have covered so far, what do the terms power, powerlessness, and empowerment mean to you? Length: 1200 words. Please note that this paper will be too long to type into the Submission Window. Please save it to your computer and then upload it as an attachment to this assignment dropbox. For… Continue reading Based upon what we have covered so far, what do the terms power, powerlessness,
In the first exercise identify the claim, warrant, and data for each statement. After you have done this identify what type of reasoning is being used (sign, causal, example, analogy) (Basic) For the second exercise identify the claim, grounds, warrant, backing, rebuttal, and the modal qualifier. After this is done identify the type of reasoning… Continue reading In the first exercise identify the claim, warrant, and data for each statement.
How is your communication style different in the classroom than when you are in other contexts? How does written communication change in academic settings compared to other forms of written communication (email, texting, business, etc…)? How do nonverbal cues function in online classroom communications?
In this exercise review the arguments and determine if they are either an example of inductive or deductive reasoning. Attached are some helpful documents which will help you in identifying the types of reasoning. Looking at “indicator words” is an effective way of understanding the form of reasoning. Your answers should include what type of… Continue reading In this exercise review the arguments and determine if they are either an exampl
1. Invent a word 2. Create two versions of a story. RULES! 1. Invent a verb for something that normally requires multiple words to describe. For example, my professor invented the word “mankel.” Mankel means to eat a piece of pizza by folding it in half. Once you have invented your word, get two other… Continue reading 1. Invent a word
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Discussion Questions: Pick two (2) of the common symptoms of communication apprehension you have experienced in the past. Describe how you present those symptoms. What did you do to overcome them? If you were not able to overcome them, what would you do differently today to address those symptoms? Describe why, based on the resources,… Continue reading Discussion Questions:
Pick two (2) of the common symptoms of communication appr
(Page 1 intro) Purpose: This one page will be the opening of your final research essay and should focus on introducing your essay’s topic – a problem related to Public Discourse in America – and your main idea about that topic to the reader. Your task in these pages is to generate interest in your… Continue reading A problem related to Public Discourse in America
Your task is to compose an essay that makes a researched argument about our course theme, “On Camera.” Your argument should be original, timely, and persuasive, and it should be directed toward a specific audience who is invested in the topic. Your research should be relevant and of high quality. The sources you incorporate should… Continue reading Compose an essay that makes a researched argument about our course theme, “On Camera.”
Spend a minimum of ninety minutes visiting a website that has some relationship to violence. Some examples: support group for bullying victims; support group for survivors of domestic violence; website/forums that promote hateful messages. Spend time reading the posts and looking for common themes. You will then submit a 600-800 paper using social identity theory… Continue reading Submit a paper using social identity theory to highlight what you learned about a website that has some relationship to violence, the participants, and yourself
In this third assignment, you will analyse an episode of criticism on the use of algorithms by a media or communication platform of choice. By episode, we mean that it should be clearly situated in time. It can be a historical case, perhaps even years ago. This comes with the advantage that it is most… Continue reading Analyse an episode of criticism on the use of algorithms by a media or communication platform of choice