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Rhetorical Analysis

The world is a text that has to be read and interpreted in terms of context choice, and effect. And that is exactly what I would like you to do: read and interpret the world around you. In a 4 page paper, visit a SAFE and Socially Distanced environment (this couldbe a supermarket, vaccination site, a park, etc.) and record your observations and interpretations of the visual, auditory, and textual rhetoric you encounter andthe overt and covert arguments they make. If it is not safe to visit a specific location, think back to a familiar space you visited pre-pandemic (a favorite café, bookstore, something connected to your high school, etc.). What are you, either as a member of this group or as a casual observer, beingpersuaded to think or believe about this space, what happens there, and the people who inhabit this place? Can we discover the “truth” about the rhetorical situation? Or is the “truth” and meaning multiple, and in large partdependent on the context, the individual, and the interpretive community?Explanation/Context: A rhetorical analysis is a study of function. You are being asked to investigate and attempt to identify the purpose and argument behind the verbal and visual elements you encounter. Why are objects/people/elements organized in a particular way? How does placementand arrangement, either organized in a meeting, on a stage, at practice, or specific to a particular space, indicate authority, hierarchy, or implied power structures (ethos)? What emotions, if any, are being manipulated or evoked (pathos)? Do these elements make sense (logos)? Remember everything that is a choice is really part of rhetoric. What is the impact of these choices on the audience/viewer? Think about this in terms of Visual Rhetoric. Visual Rhetoric is part of the communication process where we interpret and make meaning out of the world around us. In other words, Visual Rhetoric is a space where communication takes place, a space that is affected by complex variables. Aristotle once said that rhetoric is “observing, in any case, the available means of persuasion.” So, if you want to persuade someone to think or act certain way, you choose appropriate words, organization, style, framing, visuals, and so forth to convince them. The problem is, we sometimes communicate arguments without even realizing it which leaves open the possibility of misinterpretation, or discovery of hidden or multiple meanings and interpretations.
you can pretend as if you went to a grocery store to create the answer

6 mins ago

Art Question

You get to start a new art museum here in Balboa Park (Links to an external site.). Don’t worry about money (because this is an imaginary project). Let’s say you’ve got about ten million dollars for a collection, staff, and setting up a space in one of the park buildings.
Here are the rules: NO ENTERTAINMENT THEMES. That means no museums about fantasy stuff, no cartoon stuff, no game stuff, no music or sports stuff. Many students come to college from high school and childhood before that. Their experience is basically a child’s view of the world, filled by primal role-playing in hunting down people and killing them or getting gold coins for defeating monsters, maybe being a fairy princess/rock star/hero in a popular entertainment or sports franchise. Your museum will not be about that stuff.
What will your museum be about?
Describe the experience from the front door, through a typical visit. How do permanent collection and changing exhibits work in those spaces to create an impression? How and who will create that experience?
From what you’ve learned in the class, is there a culture, specific artist, movement in art, a medium, or a classification you think would be a good addition to the museums already in the park?
Whom do want to attract? Describe a demographic profile of your visitor.
What should they be thinking about when they leave your museum?
This is a college essay, so it should be well researched, with a title, text that develops an idea organized with subtitled sections, perhaps some spreadsheets with projected attendance based on your research, predicting your target demographic subset of the normal (pre-pandemic) attendance in Balboa Park. It’s an essay for an art class, so (without pointless decoration) use imagery and charts to make your proposal attractive, desirable, and realistic.

8 mins ago

Communications Question

Since this is not a methods-focused class, you will not write a formal Method section. However, please use the first page of your analysis section to explain how you did the analysis. You will need to describe what artifact you selected and why, how you conducted the analysis (e.g., take notes during each viewing), and how you came up with the examples or themes that you’ll analyze (e.g., informed by previous research, or emerged from watching)? You will also need to include necessary contextual information about the artifact. For example, if you are analyzing television advertisements, you will need to discuss which ads you chose and why, the channels on which they can be seen, air date and run time, target audience, etc. If you are analyzing a television program, you would need to include what season(s) and episodes you selected and why, how many times you watched each episode, and so on.
After the Method section, you’ll move into the Analysis. Here you will begin by providing a brief overview of your impressions of the artifact and your findings. Then, you’ll explain your findings, which will likely take the form of themes based on patterns that you observed. For example, if you are analyzing how musicians challenge or reinforce gender role stereotypes, you may analyze performances based on the following themes: traditional performances of masculinity, traditional performances of femininity, and transgressive performances of masculinity and femininity.
A general rule of thumb is to shoot for three themes, but two could work in certain cases as long as you give enough depth for each one. You will need to provide examples that illustrate each theme. Be sure to use your examples carefully – do not simply describe the show or a particular scene/episode. You will briefly describe and contextualize the example, and then you must analyze it and explain how the example relates to the concept(s) you’ve selected and the theme.
Things to keep in mind:
i.Labels. Use the following labels accordingly: Method, Analysis (with subheadings for your theme titles), and Discussion. This helps with organization.
ii.Tense. Use the past tense. For example, “I analyzed all episodes in season one.”
iii.Use your literature review. Refer to the research discussed in the literature review when you do the analysis. Make sure each in-depth example you provide has a “so-what?” answered – explain why the example is relevant and provide depth of analysis. Referring to the literature will help in providing greater depth of analysis.
When writing your analysis, include the following:
a.Method (brief). Describe the artifact you selected and why, how you conducted the analysis (e.g., take notes during each viewing), and how you came up with the examples or themes that you’ll analyze (e.g., informed by previous research, or emerged from watching)? Include necessary contextual information about the artifact – refer to the examples above.
b.Overview. Provide a brief overview of the themes that you found in the artifact examples.
c.Themes and Examples. Provide an explanation/definition of the theme as well as examples from the artifact that illustrate the theme in action. Give 3-4 examples for each theme, while providing in-depth analysis for 1 or 2 of those examples.
d.Discussion. This is the final section of the paper. End your paper with a summary of your findings and what they mean, a discussion of their importance, limitations of your study, and two or three ideas for future research in this area of communication research.
In this assignment, you should continue following APA guidelines. This means you should include a title page with working title, running head and page numbers, in-text citations, and a reference page. The following elements should be submitted in this order: Title page, Cover letter, (revised) Introduction, (revised) Literature Review, Method, Analysis, (tentative) Discussion, References.

9 mins ago

American Studies Question

Writing Assignment Help In a compelling
essay of no less than 5 pages that integrates
insights from Phil Klay’s Missionaries and class discussions of the
work. What has changed? What remains the same? In terms of War Explain.
Keep in mind:
The effects on
the individual and society of a period of confrontation between ideologies. We
have also sought to understand the ways that ideologies often dehumanized
individuals and peoples who stood in the way of the creation of various visions
of a new society. Lastly, we examined the effects of a war vastly different
from previous ones. War has no clearly defined borders, and it no longer
observes protocols that were once taken for granted. One of the major themes
that emerged from our exploration of the issues of war and peace in
contemporary times is the alienation of the individual from society.
Effects on the civilian population, its effects on the soldiers/Marines who fight them, and the effects on society at large. From how WWII was fought to the Vietnam and Cold War was fought and how war is fought today.
What has changed? What remains the same?

3 mins ago


Why is so difficult to assess ELLs?
What does it mean to assess content mastery and language proficiency in ELLs?
What is the difference between formal and informal assessments?
What is the difference between norm- and criterion- referenced tests?
Explain validity and reliability and how they apply when testing an ELL.
What other methods you can use as a future teacher to assess ELLs? Give two examples and explain why do you think this will be a good choice for your students.

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IB 495 Internship Project

Part 1: Business Understanding
In this section describe the company including services, products, work environment and
location. Also, describe how the global or local economy affects business decisions. Other
talking points that can be included are;
? What are the greatest obstacles the company faces?
? What sorts of laws affect the running of the business now?
? How big of a role does technology play in this company?

? Are there any political issues that have affected (or are currently affecting) the
? How is the economy currently affecting the company/industry?
? How did the company adjust to continue to work under the COVID pandemic?
? What does the company do well or could do better in their business model?
Part 2: Business Internship
In this section describe in detail your internship including your projects, daily tasks, work
environment, and the business culture. Describe your accomplishments, challenges and
business/technical skills you have learned. Do you feel this internship was a beneficial
experience for your future career goals? Revisit learning goals established at the beginning of
the internship have they changed?

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