Identify the main thesis of the reading (what the writer is arguing) Assess the strengths and weaknesses of this argument Define and demonstrate an understanding of the most salient key terms used by your chosen author Use examples from digital media forms and practices to demonstrate your understanding and to support your argument. Write your critical response using the essay form. Include an introduction, a thesis statement (your own, not that of the selected author), topic sentences, presentation of argument and textual evidence and a conclusion. You should also include the correct bibliographic reference information for all sources used. To enhance the analytical dimension of your short essay we encourage you to cite the work of other authors in the field.
Write an essay addressing each of the following points/questions. Be sure to completely answer all the questions for each number item. There should be three sections, one for each item number below, as well the introduction (heading is the title of the essay) and conclusion paragraphs. Separate each section in your paper with a clear heading that allows your professor to know which bullet you are addressing in that section of your paper. Support your ideas with at least three (3) citations in your essay. Make sure to reference the citations using the APA writing style for the essay. The cover page and reference page do not count towards the minimum word amount. Review the rubric criteria for this assignment. Most people remember the story below that made national headlines. As most Americans have smart phones, tablets, and computers the utilization of social media is common place. Finley, T. (2017, Sept. 20). Navy hospital removes staffers for calling babies mini Satans on social media. Parenting. If you were writing a hospital policy on smart phone and social media usage, what should be included in the policy? What potential ethical and legal liabilities are there for the hospital and employees in the case presented above? In 2007, Harvard University rescinded admission to 10 students after reviewing their social media post. Do you feel potential employers, current employers, and colleges have the right to access your social media post? Do you feel employers and universities should make decisions based on your post? Discuss the relationship between accreditation decisions, reimbursement, quality of care, informatics.
1. What is the central message of this film? 2.Do the scenes go together; do they add up to something; is there a rhythm established so that there is form, shape, climax, building up of tension? Give examples. 3.Are the characters consistent? Are they properly motivated? Give examples. 4. Give examples of five types of shots in the film as well as three types of lighting and two types of sound or music. Describe them, and explain why you think the director made those choices. 5.Select a section of a published review by a respected critic and give your reaction (whether you agree or disagree and why or why not). Cite the specific review. The film analysis also has to include time stamps I will include a sample essay. I have attached a copy of what the professor expects for this film analysis. Thank you. Tgwhieda It
Review Chapters 13 and 14 of the textbook. Citing knowledge from the textbook and at least one outside source, answer the questions below. 1. What are the structures and processes involved, and how do they interact to produce memory? 2. Is this a cortical, sensory, or subcortical process, and what can we say about environmental influence in the development of memory or the learning process? 3. How is communication mediated on a neurological level? You will need to identify your thoughts and cite specific passages from the textbook to support your point of view. You should incorporate sources outside the textbook as well. Be sure to record your speech and upload it to YouTube; click here to access instructions for uploading a video to YouTube. Please include a transcript of your speech in your submission in addition to the YouTube link. Your speech should be at least 5 minutes in length. Information about accessing the grading rubric for this assignment is provided below.
The theoretical frameworks should be followed below: 1) Social media 2) Social media platform – Instagram 3) Social media influencers – electronic word of mouth 4) Consumer buying decision 5) Factors influencing consumer decision 5.1 personal factor 5.2 Psychological factor 5.3 Social and cultural factor
Your task for this final learning journal is to find one recent (within the past 5 years) media news report about a nutritional research study, and critically evaluate the information provided. For simplicity, please use only online news articles. You must also provide a link and reference to the original research article the media report is discussing. Please answer the following questions in your evaluation and make use of the information provided in the textbook. In one paragraph of 5-7 sentences please provide a summary of the media report, including the food item, who the authors of the original research article are (you can refer to them by the first authors surname; for example, PT Johnson et al., or PT Johnsons group, etc.) , what the main findings of the study were, and a description of the subjects used (for example, animal or human; male or female; children, adults, or elderly; healthy, overweight, or diabetic). How can you verify the accuracy and credibility of this media report? (comment on the reputation of the website and its authors; do the links provided actually lead you to the proper information; what are the credentials of the authors; do the references lead to other reliable websites or original research articles?) Compared to the original research article, and based on the Discussion and/or Abstract, did the media report omit any information from their report in order to sensationalize or exaggerate the findings? Make sure you provide specific examples from your sources.
All the instructions and guidelines are well-described and detailed through the PDF that is added under the “additional materials”. Also, regarding to the PDF, you could pick any country you’d like from the two tables. Instead of putting the data in text insert a comparison table in word, it would be better.
Function Throughout this class we’ve focused on understanding a media franchise by digging into its media texts and ecology. Basically, we’ve turned a close eye to our topic to see its nuances and significances. Another way to highlight the nuances of a media franchise, however, is to closely compare that franchise with another franchise. The way the human mind operates, it is often easier to see nuances when two things are placed side by side. For instance, if I drew a line on the board you probably couldn’t guess its length to the exact inch. However, if I drew two lines on the board side by side, you could tell which was longer even if one was only longer by 1/8 of an inch. Using this principle, some of our best media analysis can be done as comparative analysis. Directions Choose a second media franchise that you think is related to your media franchise in a meaningful way. For example, I have compared LEGO to traditional building blocks, Barbie, and Star Wars action figures. Identify a key point of comparison. Ideally, this will be something that is meaningful to both franchises but is meaningful in some importantly different way. For instance, when comparing LEGO to traditional blocks, I talk about the educational value of construction play. When comparing LEGO to Barbie, I talk about the gendering of the toy marketing and characters. Explore this point of comparison in your article. Combining the techniques you’ve learned from your Media Analysis and Media Ecology articles, perform media analysis of texts from both franchises to substantiate your point and make an ecological argument that uses the similarities and differences between the two franchises to help explore a meaningful cultural idea. Constraints 1000-1600 words (does not count works cited page). Present a coherent comparative analysis: instead of listing a bunch of similarities and differences, focus on one point of comparison and develop it in depth using the techniques from both the Media Analysis and Media Ecology articles. Discover new ground: do not exactly duplicate the examples or arguments from your previous two articles. It’s fine if the topics overlap somewhat, but try to uncover new dimensions of your franchise or new layers to dimensions you’ve previously discussed. Cite all media texts that you use. Objectives Critical Position (The depth of your critical perspective on your media franchises) Strive to present a relevant, insightful, and innovative perspective on your media franchises. Try to go deep rather than broad. Maintain a balanced critical perspective that is neither naively optimistic or unfairly pessimistic about the media franchise. Comparison (The synergy between your two analyses) Strive to play the two franchises off of each other in a strongly synergistic way. Instead of feeling like two mini-articles back-to-back, a comparative article should give a 1 + 1 = 3 feeling. Readers should feel like they understand your first media franchise better because they understand the second and vice versa. Structure and Rhetoric (How you connect your ideas into a smoothly flowing, persuasive argument) Critical introductions need to be accessible and engaging. Professionalism and Polish (The quality of your writing, including style, tone, and grammar)
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