*The Situational Theory of Problem Solving* This is the topic for the whole BOOK CHAPTER/ESSAY
In this 1000-word assessment, you will write a chapter for the above book, summarisingand reflecting on a theory of your choice. This must not be a theory that you used in Assessment 2 and should be presented as a complete chapter in itself (with introduction, graphics and references).
Find graphics that have references please, and make sure they are referenced properly
Keep in mind that this chapter is intended for secondary school students who have no knowledge in communication theory. It should include:
•Overview of selected theory •Case study •Implications (for the practice of communications or future research) •ConclusionThis will be worth 30% of your total assessment.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Essay Subject-Public relations Pages / words-4 / 1000 Number of sources-8 Academic level-Senior (College 4th year) Paper format-APA Line spacing-Double Language style-UK English
Topic A) Consider how the significance of appearance and reality have been developed in the above literary text you have studied. Discuss the idea(s) that the author develops about the significance of appearance versus reality in ones life B) Consider how ruling passion has been reflected and developed in the above literary text you have studied. Discuss the idea(s) that the author develops the way in which an individual’s ruling passion influences in his or her life. C) Consider how the significance of response to change has been developed in the above literary text you have studied. Discuss the idea(s) that the author develops about the impact of our response to the changeable nature of life.
You can pick any of those topics. Must have an an excellent introduction that talks first about the topic within society and then narrows the topic down to this case study. Thesis must be clear and well done. 3 body paragraphs with at LEAST 2 pieces of evidence in each supporting your argument. Conclusion needs to be done as well.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Book report Subject-Theatre Pages / words-4 / 1100 Number of sources-1 Academic level-High School Paper format-APA Line spacing-Double Language style-US English
After reading the book “Start With Why” by author Simon Sinek, answer these questions: 1. what is your why? 2. how did you come to that conclusion 3. how is your approach to life different after having read the book?
this is to be a sociological synopsis of the book. The book is about the origins of Jim Crow Laws and also inequality in the criminal justice system historically against African-Americans. Even though it is a book review and synopsis there still a must be a main idea that is outlined by supporting ideas which are backed up by citations. Just like any other academic paper
This is to be a sociological synopsis of the entire book. Must be in American Sociological Association format (ASA). The only source and citation will be the book itself.
Type of service:Academic paper writing Type of assignment:Book review Subject:Sociology Pages / words:2 / 550 Number of sources:1 Academic level:Senior (College 4th year) Paper format:APA Line spacing:Double Language style:US English
Each response should be 150 words or more. Write a response on each of these stories: ❖ “A Modest Proposal” ❖ “Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey” ❖ “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” Respond to at least one classmate ❖ “A Modest Proposal” Satire is a literary device that authors use to expose the ignorance of others in politics and other societal issues in a humorous way.
In his essay, “A Modest Proposal” Johnathan Swift employs the use of satire to expose the corruptness of Irelands politicians, the hypocrisy of the wealthy, and the tyranny of the English; he does this by proposing that the poor sell their children as meat, as a solution to the poverty and famine in Ireland.
A specific example of the satire in the text, is when he proposes a large portion of the sells be to the landlords and other wealthy citizens. He comments that “this food will be somewhat dear, and therefore very proper for the landlords, who, as they have already devoured most of the parents, seem to have the best title to the children.”
In this example of satire, he is exposing the wealthy’s exploitation of the poor and blames them for the starvation of the poor citizen’s families. ❖ “Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey” In his poem, Wordsworth gives a beautiful portrayal of the power of memory and nostalgia.
In his work, he tells of his childhood memories associated with nature and how he is revisiting this particular place with his sister. Throughout the poem, he gives a vivid picture of the scenery that he holds so dearly.
This place and even just the memory of it gives him peace and joy. In the poem, it is revealed that he has brought his sister with him for this visit that she might experience the same comfort and joy he receives from this place.
This poem demonstrates how the power of memory and nostalgia can bring us comfort and joy. It evokes readers to remember places associated with their childhood that hold a special place in their heart.
For me it brought memories of my great grandmother’s house. It caused me to recall countless of Sunday afternoons, spent playing with the cousins in the yard and woods surrounding the house. Since her passing, the house has been redone and a new family lives there. So, I do not return there anymore, but the memory of the house and those afternoons spent in the yard with my family will always bring me joy and hold a special place in my heart .
❖ “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” In this story we see an interesting curse happening. The curse of the Mariner is that he has to tell the story whenever he feels as if he should, and he has no choice. While this curse is inconvenient, it also takes away the Mariner’s power.
I think that the Mariner shooting the creature was seen as a power-trip and it took away all control from the creature and impacted the lives of the men on board with him. So therefore, this curse matches the crime perfect, because the Mariner no longer has a choice but to tell the story about bad things he did that caused others to suffer, and so he has also lost his control. Respond to your instructor comment as well on each of these stories.
❖ “A Modest Proposal” Let’s talk about satire in this work. ❖ “Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey” Let’s talk about how Wordsworth has been to this place many times before and has now brought his sister to share this special place with her. Is there any place you go back to maybe from childhood or a place that you remember returning to again and again because it brings you peace, joy, contentment, etc.?
❖ “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” Look at this line… At the end of the poem, Coleridge says, “a sadder and a wiser man” speaking of the gentleman who has been told the story of the mariner. What do you think this means?
The report must be at least 540 words. Please read the material and do NOT give a summary of the Reading Assignment! Just read the text and then pick out several SPECIFIC things from each chapter of what you have learned from that chapter, then write your comments for that chapter.
It must be in YOUR OWN words (do NOT quote from the text or from any “outside” research that you might want to do!) and “keyed” to the specific reference in the writings Ecclesiastical History.
The reference must be listed by Title, Book #, Chapter # and Paragraph (1st three words of that paragraph) (The paragraphs are not numbers so after the title, write the first three word of the para.)
Here’s an example Your Name Ecclesiastical History 1:1:1 (First three word of the paragraph from where your comments referenced).
Please do not combine any paragraphs. The paragraphs must be cited and referenced separate
The Big Short by Michael Lewis…the 1 source should just be the book
A description and analysis of what the book covers,
What is the author’s investment style,
How the author’s process and recommendation compare to academic theories like the efficient market hypothesis or capital asset pricing model,
Your views on the strengths and weaknesses of the book (feel free to disagree with much of the book as one of the goals of the course is to have you understand that the investment world is constantly changing and there is no “right” or “wrong”).
A summary including whether this would be a good book for your fellow students to read.