Dose not inhibit hepatic drug-metbaiolizing enzymes
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. Has greater activity against H pylori
Eradicates mycoplasmal infections in single dose.
Organization: Apple Inc.
Total need 6 slides (it’s a teamwork. I only need to do 6 slides. I will send you a sample (BMW). please use the format as same as the sample. I also send you the data from my team member. because Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix needs to do based on the score we wrote before).
slide 1: Strategy 1
slide 2: Strategy 2
slide 3: Strategy 3
slide 4: Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix
slide 5: Final Recommended Strategy
slide 6: Strategic Implementation
you can also see the sample (BMW) to find similarities about the above 6 slides.
i also need the speaker note. at least to speak 5 minutes. about 1 minutes each slide. you can send it to me by a doc or write down on the slide speaker note. please write down what you will to speak (explanation the slide), all sentences
Please note,BMW is a sample. others are mime team slides. you can find the title for each slide.
First assignment: Module 5 Assignment: Independent Labels
This Critical Process exercise takes a deeper look at “indie” labels (independent labels). We will be applying the steps of the critical process (that we read about in Chapter 1 and is discussed in every chapter) to the music industry.InstructionsInvestigate a small, independent recording company (of which there are tens of thousands throughout the United States and the world).Please do not choose one of the “major” labels: Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group. Make sure that one of these “majors” does not own the smaller label you have chosen. * Please also do not choose XL Recordings.Visit its Web site, and look for information about the label online (newspapers, magazines, trade publications, etc.).In your investigation, proceed through the steps of the Critical Process (listed below).Make sure you completed the required reading in the textbook, paying special attention to the discussion of “indies” vs “majors” so you understand what an “indie” is and what role indie labels play in the industry. This Critical Process exercise takes a deeper look at indie labels. We will be applying the steps of the critical process (that we read about in Chapter 1 and is discussed in every chapter) to the music industry.QuestionsPlease number your responses and do not re-write the questions. 1. Description. Which label did you choose? What kind of music does this label specialize in? Is the label limited to only one genre? What are some of the groups that the label produces? Where and how does the label identify its musical artists? How does the label describe itself? How does the label distribute its recordings to consumers?2. Analysis. Look at the variety of groups that the label produces. What kind of fan is the label trying to target? How does this label promote its artists and get a recording to the consumer? What obstacles does the label face in popularizing its artists? Is the label fiercely independent, or is its goal to sell to a major label? Is the label struggling, or is it financially viable?3. Interpretation. From what you’ve gathered so far from your research as well as from the textbook/required reading, what challenges do independent recording labels face? Do you see independent labels overcoming these problems? How? 4. Evaluation. What is the value of small independent recording companies to the entire recording industry? What would be different about the recording industry as a whole if small independent labels didn’t exist? (Be sure to reference the textbook here!)Submission and GradingLength: Approximately 2- 4 pages, with a minimum of 2 pages (Minimum refers to two pages of text. Don’t include title, name, etc.)Double-spaced, 1 inch margins, 12 point fontPlease submit your assignment as a document (Word, PDF). Please do not use Pages, as the instructor can’t open this file.The following document files can be attached: .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .pdf, .xls, .xlsx, .rtf, .txtPer the policy in the syllabus, assignments may be turned in late, with a 2 point deduction for every day it is late.Grading CommentsExpected response times for grading are generally 1 week after due dates.View grading comments by clicking on Grades in the course navigation menu and click on assignment comments (Links to an external site.) and rubric results (Links to an external site.).Questions about grading comments should be directed to me via the Canvas Inbox. There is a Comment feature within assignment submissions but those can sometimes get buried, so an Inbox message is best to make sure I see it and receive a quick response.Second assignment
Module 3 Assignment: Generation Like
Watch this documentary “Generation Like”. (It is 54 minutes and you can turn on the closed captions). http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/generation… (Links to an external site.)
After watching the documentary, respond to the following questions. Please number your responses and do not re-write the questions.
Please discuss your general reactions to the film.
According to the film, “the consumer is now the marketer”. What does this mean? Please provide some examples. Is this a change from how advertising and marketing has traditionally worked?
“Word-of-mouth” marketing is an age-old technique used to build interest in a brand or a product. (One person recommends a brand or product or shares information about it with another person he or she knows. The recipient does the same with another person, and so on, until word spreads.) How is using social media to market a movie similar to the word-of-mouth technique? How is it different? Which do you think is more effective, and why?
Facebook has been the most popular social media network in the US and the world for many years. Of course popularity varies by demographic (many younger people no longer use Facebook). Research which social media networks are the most popular. List your findings for the top 2 most popular social media networks in the US and the world. List the number of users (or % of population who uses it) and your source.
Discuss how social media has impacted your identity.
Submission and Grading
Length: Approximately 3-5 pages, with a minimum of 3 pages
Double-spaced, 1 inch margins, 12 point font
Please submit your assignment as a document (Word, PDF). Please do not use Pages, as the instructor can’t open this file.
The following document files can be attached: .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .pdf, .xls, .xlsx, .rtf, .txt
Per the policy in the syllabus, assignments may be turned in late, with a 2 point deduction for every day it is late.
The associated rubric (see attached) will be used to provide formative feedback on your submission.
Expected response times for grading are generally 1 week after due dates.
View grading comments by clicking on Grades in the course navigation menu and click on assignment comments (Links to an external site.) and rubric results (Links to an external site.).
Questions about grading comments should be directed to me via the Canvas Inbox. There is a Comment feature within assignment submissions but those can sometimes get buried, so an Inbox message is best to make sure I see it and receive a quick response.
How do I submit an online assignment in Canvas?
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How do I know if my assignment has been submitted?
Reading Journal PART A AND PART B
Writing Assignment Help ALl the instructions are attached
Lipschultz, Jeremy Harris. Social Media Communication: Concepts, Practices, Data, Law and Ethics. 3
links to the video:
What makes something go viral?( https://www.ted.com/talks/dao_nguyen_what_makes_so…)
Social media? Get serious! Understanding the functional building blocks of social media
Why do we watch TV? | Uses and Gratification theory explained
Cultural Appreciation and Appropriation
This question has to be answered in two parts
– Write on yoga as appreciation- a mixing of two cultures that produces a unique (third) blend which has elements of both. (so that would be india and america)
-Speak about the cultural appreciation of yoga in Los Angeles, California. Talk about where yoga originated from (India) and how it integrated in America, more specifically Los Angeles
– write about the cultural appropriation of getting braids—single plaits, cornrows or any style that weaves together three strands of hair in America (braiding, dreads and another other kind of hair style meant for Africans)
-Explain how it is cultural appropriation when non- africans do that style of hair.
You must CITE SOURCES and include quotes in your paper.
1.5 -2 pages
times new roman
12 pt font
what is the difference between travel and tourism?
Travel – Meaning and UsageTravel means to make a journey. It simply refers to an individual’s movement from point A to point B. Traveling usually refers to a long journey. For example, if you are going to the market to buy some vegetables, you don’t call it traveling. But, if you are going on a two-week business conference to Hong Kong, you can say that you are traveling.
An individual can travel to places for different purposes. As mentioned above, a person can travel to another country or city for work related purpose. There are also some people who would travel to visit their friends and relatives. Facilities like education, healthcare are some other reasons that prompt people to travel to another location. We sometimes travel to places for none of the above-discussed reasons. This is when we simply want to spend our days in leisure and enjoy a new place. This is called tourism – a person who is traveling for pleasure is called a tourist.
Tourism – Meaning and UsageAs discussed above, tourists are people who travel for pleasure. All tourists are travelers, but not all travelers are tourists. Tourism refers to the activity of traveling to a place for leisure. So, a tourist may stay at a place for several days and enjoy the attractions of the place or spend few days in leisure.
Tourism is the commercial organization and operation of holidays and visits to places of interest. Tourists usually visit places of interest and attraction such as beaches, national parks, museums, famous historical sites, etc. This involves infrastructure (restaurants, hotels, etc.) and services (transport, security, etc.)
Difference Between Travel and TourismMeaning
Travel: Travel means to go on a journey, especially a long one.
Tourism: Tourism is the activity of traveling to a place for pleasure.
Travel: People travel for many reasons such as business, pleasure, education, visiting family, and friends, etc.
Tourism: Tourism mainly refers to the activity of traveling for pleasure.
Travel: Travelers may stay at a place for a long period depending on their purpose.
Tourism: Tourists don’t stay in one place for a long period.
Travel: Travel is a generic term that is commonly used in day to day life.
Tourism: Tourism is a commercial organization and operation of holidays and visits to places of interest.