This paper is for a media and disinformation class. The intent of this paper is to how the medical specifically television and print journalism misinform the public of the intent and happening of protest. I have begun the paper ( please see attached ) I have also attached the mandatory sources
Writing about the Women’s Sufferage / womens rights, – the writing should be on how this group became a global movement . Please incorporate the below or mots of it.
– Make sure to clearly define your topic who is involved, when does it take place,
what do they do, and what happens?
– What are the goals of your movement? What tactics does it adopt to achieve those
goals? How effective are these tactics?
– What allowed for your movement to come together internationally? What did the
movement share across international borders?
– What international individuals passed through your movement?
– How does this movement connect with other global movements?
Contemporaneous connections? Past influences? Future recurrences?
– What lessons can we draw from looking at the movement as a whole?
** Remember, your entire essay should be unified around a consistent thesis point.
This thesis should answer the question: why does this movement matter?
Please submit the final copy of your essay via Blackboard upload, in the
‘Assignments’ section. Make sure that your document is edited and that it includes
all relevant citations. Use a consistent citation style (MLA, Chicago, APA, etc.).
Format: 5-7 pages, double spaced, 12pt. standard font, 1 margins;
_ .doc/.docx/.odt/.pdf file formats preferred, everything other than .pages
Nutrition in the News Report
Identify, review, and critique a media report about a current *. This diet should be featured in a popular press venue, such as a newspaper, television station, internet or other media report in the last 12 months.
*Clarification of a fad diet:
How to spot a fad diet –
Learning Goals Addressed:
Define characteristics of a healthy diet and ways to adjust food choices to ensure a healthy way of eating.
Students will review and critique a media report on nutrition. Choose any media report (Facebook article, magazine op-ed, YouTube clip, etc.) about a fad diet or a nutrition claim that is too good to be true. Discuss its merit, while paying particular attention to:
The authors credentials (or lack thereof)
Sensationalist speech; claims that seem too good to be true or just outrageous
Financial issues; is there an access fee to see more information?, do you have to sign up to receive the product or samples?, is this diet financially sustainable for the average consumer?
Write a 1-page critical (double spaced) review of the nutrition news report that you identified. Include the original article or media clip with your report and make sure it was published within the last twelve months.
If you are unsure what a “fad diet” is, please feel free to ask your classmates on the board. You may also request help from the Manor College Learning Center: https://manor.edu/academics/academic-resources-support/learning-center/
**A sample paper has been provided as guidance only. Do NOT write a paper on the same topic; you will receive zero credit.**
be post-national in thinking, interdisciplinary in focus, and conceptual/critical in your approach. Your essays are NOT a compare and contrast papers, they are argumentative persuasive essays. You must make an original argument by juxtaposing two themes together. You dont have to compare them equally; you can prioritize one and use the other theme, but the art and skill of writing requires deep analysis and argumentation logic that weaves things together into a neat holistic package.Global and international studies is big and appears random, but things are not random (or separate) but interconnected. Show us those interconnections! People think watching Netflix television shows is separate from white racial nationalism, but there is something to be said about those items in relation to one another.Your paper should try to link a few of the following things in some manner:Identities/Commodities/Structures/Institutions/Representations/Discourses/Systems/Ideas/Knowledge/Economy/Politics/Governance/History/Labor/Imaginaries/Experiences/Education etc.A 1200-1500-word paper that comparestwoof the course themes with a global studies approach and current events.Cite readings/lectures appropriately. You can cite things from outside course but focus on the class.
1) Vigorously defend Nationalism. Explain why it is superior to Globalism.
2) Why is RESEARCH important in global business management? Give specific examples to support your points.
3) The US consulting company you work for wants to expand to somewhere in Europe. Currently the company only has has staff in San Diego and NYC. They have given you two years from today to: A) pick a country; B) hire 15 consultants and C) get some strong results.
At a high level…..HOW WOULD YOU GO ABOUT DOING THIS?
Prompt: For the past few weeks, we have studied the Serial podcast. In our study of the podcast, we have collected evidence regarding the case against Adnan Syed. Syeds case was presented to a jury over six weeks, and the jury deliberated for just two hours before convicting Adnan for the murder of Hae Min Lee.
Weve considered this podcast from many angles. Weve discussed the structure of the podcast by considering whether Sarah Koenig reveals a bias in the first three episodes. Weve considered the questions this podcast raises about the stigma of being charged with crime, and weve furthered that discussion by considering how that stigma might affect investigations and the discarding of bad evidence.
Throughout all of this, youve recorded evidence and argument threads that could be used either for or against Adnan Syed, but now its up to you to evaluate the evidence that has been presented, the arguments that have been laid out, and determine where you fall.
Task: Construct a well-written essay in which you evaluate the arguments presented in the Serial podcast to determine whether you would vote to convict or acquit Adnan Syed. Be thorough in your discussion of the case, your evaluation of the evidence, and your reasoning behind your decision.
Length: 1000-1200 words. In order for a thorough discussion of the prompt, your essay should fall within the word range.
Usage & Mechanics: Errors in usage, mechanics, and formatting should be fixed before turning in your essay. The writing you turn in should be the best example of your writing.
MLA Format: All essays must adhere to MLA standard formatting.
12 Point Times New Roman
In text parenthetical citations (Title Episode.Page Number)
Example: Koenig characterizes Adnan as innocent or harmless by emphasizing his big brown eyes like a dairy cow to her listeners (Serial 01.17).
I have written the essay and provided my sources. All evidence and contexual evidence is missing so please include that into the essay. I’d prefer that you use the sources that I’ve provided, however, if you need to use more just remember to include them in the Works Cited area and make sure they are from high shool level databases. Thank you!
you will respond tooneof the four prompts listed below. These prompts require writing in a unique writing style that we have discussed in class sessions.No other topics will be permitted for this paper. Think intently about which stance you want to take in regards to these prompts. Are you for or against the issue?PROMPTS:Defintion: Animal rights is a common topic in America. Define what rights are and argue for or against animal rights.Cause-and-Effect: Consider why children are increasingly obese? What event(s) could have contributed to this effect?Evaluation: Think about college response to student hunger (for example, UKs Wildcat Pantry) are these adequate alternatives for basic needs students?Proposal: Some colleges force students to cross busy intersections from their dormitories to campus-mandated classes without a stop sign or light. Provide a solution to keep students safe.REQUIREMENTS: Essay must be 800 wordsminimum, and at the most, 1000 words long. You are required to include a minimum ofonecredible secondary sourcefrom a peer-reviewed journal (see classroom powerpoints for how to locate those journals). The essay must be written in accordance with MLA formatting (proper header, page numbers, Times New Roman 12 pt. font, double-spaced, 1-inch margins all around, aproperly composed Works Cited page).The essay must be submitted on Blackboard, on time, on the due date.
Do only the second Sir Gawain topic which I pasted below. It is very important that you follow the format directions in the attached document. She is a VERY strict grader.
Does Sir Gawain pass or fail his journey? Decide either that he succeeds or fails and then explain why. You will want to explain what the purpose of Gawains journey is and then describe his successes OR his failures.
If you decided that he fails, then you will need to discuss each of the major parts of the journey, meaning something from each FITT or division of the poem, and why the lines you choose ultimately show failure on his part. If you decide that he succeeds when all is said and done and the journey is complete, then you will need to show and explain in each of the major parts of his journey how he succeeds in all of his tests and tasks.
You will also want to explain what he learns or what he fails to learn during each part of his journey.
Prompt: Choose your favorite character from Beowulf, Grendel, or Le Morte d’ Arthur. What modern values and/or universal themes are evident in the character? What does this tell us about how literature reflects society, culture, place, and/or history?
You may choose to address this prompt in a 400-500 word essay or a 15 slide minimum presentation (Prezi, Swipe, Sway, or Powerpoint). Be sure to justify your thoughts with text evidence (cited in-text) and research from academic sources. The presentation should contain effective visual components that complement and support your analysis.