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Using audience response systems (clickers) results in positive outcome
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...AUDIENCE RESPONSE SYSTEMS (CLICKERS) RESULTS IN POSITIVE OUTCOME The Use of Audience Response Systems (Clickers) Results in Positive Outcome 1. The use of clickers in large classes initiated better student performance through much more dynamic and interactive techniques in learning chemistry and biology. A study conducted twice in 2005 in an introductory biology class taught by the same instructor assessed whether using clickers could help them improve test scores at the end of the semester (Freeman, et al., 2007). Compared with the scores of classes in 2003 by the same instructor, the positive effects of using of clickers and increasing intra-class interactions were significant... what the...
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Audience Analysis Paper
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...audience. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.academia-research.com/filecache/instr/b/u/497096_business_ch02_1_.pdf Building goodwill. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.academia-research.com/filecache/instr/b/u/497096_business_ch03_1_.pdf Business communication, management, and success. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.academia-research.com/filecache/instr/b/u/497096_business_ch01_1_.pdf Robertson, L. J.. (2000). Twelve tips for using a computerized interactive audience response system. Medical Teacher. 22(3). Retrieved from http://www.medschool.vcu.edu/technology/ed_tech/documents/twelvetips.pdf... ? Audience Analysis of Your Audience Analysis Presentation of information in the workplace is key to...
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Summary and response
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...audience. Response At the beginning of the essay, both Brown and Yoshiko had expectations and doubted the success that the international exchange program. Based on readings about the Japanese and their culture, Brown had concerns whether the arrangements would satisfy the guests. She visited Japan not only to meet the guest, but also to assure them that their visit to America would be good and interesting. Yoshiko, on the other hand, heard stories of friends who did... Reading Response of three articles “The Kyoiku mama” The article about the Kyoiku mama analyzes the role of mothers in the academic achievement of their children. Typical Japanese mother are heavily involved in their children’s education....
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Wireless and the new Technology
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...Audience Response System to high school students on the basis of different concepts. One main basis is the constructivist learning highlighting the active role of learners in attaining the knowledge themselves. In that precept, the conventional lectures in classrooms are theoretically replaced by wireless ARS for the students to operate programs on their own. The said technique brought about a positive result... Running Head: APPLICATIONS OF WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM A Study on the Different Applications of the Wireless Technology In the Educational System In APA Style Name University Date Abstract The study is based on the application of a wireless technology referred to as Audienc...
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Target audience
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...audience The target audiences - It is defined as group of present and prospective customers that the company plans to entice into buying more of its products. Forty percent of the company's net profits from the period January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2005 will be used for this new personalized survey style marketing strategy and advertising in radio, television and newspapers and magazines of national circulation. Thirty percent of the net profits shown in the January 1 2005 to December 31, 2005 income statement will be given as additional incentives... Develop a direct marketing campaign for a consumer product (lipton green tea). your write up should include these in the contents target audience ...
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Audience
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...response. Take care. From, Your son.... My beloved mother, I am well and hope that you will be healthy too. By this letter I want to request you to allow me to have another year of academic education as that would help in my knowledge enhancement that is very essential today for career development. As you know after this year, my professional life will get started and then will the time begin when you and dad will get out of all worries as then, not only you will save the amount being spent today on my education but when I will start earning too, and I will begin to support you both financially as well. Moreover, with another year of education I will be able to earn more. Beside my moral support that yo...
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Audience
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...Audience’ Introduction The purpose of advertising is twofold: it informs people ofthe existence of a product or service under a certain unique and identifiable brand name- and it tries to persuade people to buy the products and use the services. Of course, people have to be told the possible uses of the product or service being advertised so that they can determine for themselves whether or not they need or want to make use of that product or service. Sometimes advertising also tries to influence the purchase or buy decision by making certain appeals to the customer. The common point in all these appeals is that they try to persuade the customer that his or her life... of the of the Submitted...
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Media Audience Essay
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...audiences (a) active and (b) powerful Discuss with reference to the strengths and weaknesses of 'active audience' theory. I. Media Audiences, Who Are They In order to understand how powerful and active the media audience is, we must first take a closer look of the meaning of the word 'audience'. The word 'audience' collectively means the 'receivers' based on the explanation of the mass communication process. Audiences are both a product of social context (which leads to shared cultural interests, understandings and information needs) and a response to a particular pattern of media provision. Thus, an audience can be defined in overlapping ways: a) by place, b... Topic: In what sense are media...
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The Audience Assignment
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...audience can do that for the author. The audience needs to be persuaded and made understood that the ideas within the essay written by the author are what he is trying to say and convey to other people with a view for them to inculcate the same within their lives. Furthermore, receiving a response from the audience helps the author to better his or her work because inputs from the source that is listening to the essay only help to make it better. If the author does not know what the audience wants, he will not be able to give... 2 January Assignment The audience plays a very important role with respect to the essay written by an over a particular topic. The entire point of writing an essay is for the...
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Media Audience Essay
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...Audiences were capable to circulate digital song files and consumerist powers were not capable to make use of conventional procedures of control to end it. Ultimately, recent fiscal representations were generated to circulate and trade music for revenue. It seems that audience are just capable to precede its plan for only so long until consumerist powers act in response, simply to get back to their spot (Durham and Kellner, 2005, p. 172). The opinion that media audiences effort started... ?Running Head: Media Audience Media Audience [Institute’s Media Audience One can consider the audience as a commodity, similar to a ‘widget’, which is manufactured, traded, circulated and used. The perception of trading ...
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Homeland Security - Response & Recovery
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...audience response by using survey methods, which will indicate if my messages obtained favorable or unfavorable reactions or if my messages drew interest from my target audience. The results will help in improving future communications that will be made lessening problems regarding its impact (Pundit, 1999). 2. A member of your response team has been chosen to manage the project of establishing communication channels: a) Within the response team and b) between the response team and external agencies like FEMA. What advice would you provide your team member... You have been designated as Director of Media Relations during a disaster scenario. Describe the steps you would take to establish an effective...
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...Response The purpose of this article was to identify the difference between the ways American society thinks as compared to other societies. The author stresses on the point that Americans the way this population thinks is based on action orientation (Stewart 31). This means that they are more direct while speaking and their communication lacks involvement of reading between the lines and taking into consideration in which the words are being used. To support the thesis, the author uses several examples. One such example used by the author is that when an American comes into contact with an ocean, he/she may regard the ocean as ground or surface while the boat floating on it may... be...
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...Response Paper Science really did serve a vital part in the making of Battlestar Galactica (BSG). In the article entitled 3 Reasons Why Battlestar Galactica is the Best TV Show of All Time the author tries to explain to the readers how BSG applied science not as a mere façade, but as a major thematic element for creating most of the narratives of the different characters. The author skillfully applied physics to establish and highlight the dramatic and intense chances and form a truthful background for the show. BSG did not avoid science and choose the easy path, but, instead, took advantage of it to create perspective and to intensify and stress the dramatic subjects, which is the artistry... ...
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...Response The videos explore the perspective of National Geographic photographers about their work. Professional photographers present their experiences through photographs and are responsible for their presentations. Photographs grab reality in diverse ways, ranging from good to bad. It is true that most photographs have changed the way that humans perceive the world, and reverse assumptions that people previously had about unexplored areas. Reasonably, the world responds to civilization in the form of photos that photographers take, in whichever environment they explore. Photographers capture the relationship of humans and nature. For instance, it is easy...
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Fandom: audience and identity
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...audience, an indication that most people in the audience were intrigued, thus the increase in interest. The subculture portrayed by the show was that of an urban hyper-masculine culture that was in contrast to societal norms. The fandoms that developed from the airing of this show were an illustration of how fandoms attract clashes of opinion and diversity in perception among individuals. Fans in the fandom created in response to The Wire were characterized by their efforts to distinguish... ? Fandom: Audience and Identity. A fandom is a group of individuals with a common interest in a of any area of humaninterest or activity. The term fandom originated from the expression fan domain, and it is a...
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News Production - Audience Imagined and Its Consequences
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...audience has changed over the years or stages of the journalism-audience relationship is addressed. News Productions – Imagined Audience There has been a fundamental transformation in the understanding of the audience by journalists. The professional or traditional view of audience is in complete contrast to the modern view of the audience. The advent of the web has increased the responsiveness of the audience to the news and this has now been incorporated into the DNA of news production. The traditional approach was that the desires and wants of the audience were not of much important... and the journalists decided what news the audience needed to know. It was the...
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...Response The principal idea conveyed in the article is the rampant nature of plagiarism in contemporary institutions of higher learning. This worrying trend is characterised by widespread utilization of other scholars’ research information and presenting it as one’s own. The problem has been escalating over the years, lowering the integrity of scholarly research and diminishing the diligence of individuals graduating from colleges and universities. In attempts to counter this negative tendency among students, while fostering hard work, honesty and respect for other people’ ideas, there has been an equally high upsurge of plagiarism detecting programs. An exemplary example... scholars’ ideas...
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Wireless technology in the educational system
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...Audience Response System which "includes one hand-held remote per student, a receiver (infrared or radio frequency, depending on the system), a computer for recording... Application of Wireless Technology in the Educational System Introduction The articles commonly focus on the presence of a "technology-integrated classroom" made possible by the invention of wireless technology devices such as cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDA), wirelessly networked handheld computers, wireless laptop technology, wireless sensor network and others. Main Body Cell phones are used in distance education in rural Bangladesh through the short message service (Yusuf Mahbubul Islam, 2008). According to Mahbubul a...
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Health care marketing
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...Response to question one The audience should be the parents. This is because of two reasons, the less level of psychological development among children, and the role of parents in guiding and caring for their children. The children are for example not mature enough to make informed decisions regardless of the available information around them because of their underdeveloped cognitive ability. As a result, the aim of marketing that is to promote sales may not significantly influence the children into making... decisions towards the marketed products. Children are also entirely dependent on their parents’ decisions for products that they use. This is because of the parental care at the tender...
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Advertising: Images, Industry and Audience
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...audience a company is trying to reach. This specification can be in terms of age, wealth, education level, gender, or ethnicity. Dramatic conflict, as a principle of commercial advertisement, involves using a company’s product to solve dramatic conflicts included in an advertisement. Emotionally, promoting a commercial product involves designing an advert such that an emotional response is created in an audience. Cook, (2001) asserts that strength of emotional response an advert directly influences an individual’s decision to acquire an advertised product. As another... ? Advertising: Images, Industry and Audience Journalism, Mass Media and Communication Introduction Advertisement, as defined by Julian...
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Response paper
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...Response Paper Brene Brown’s speech excellently captures the fundamental speech concepts. Notably, Brown has employed the gestures, personal stories, and visual elements to grip the attention of the audience and present the subject matter in an authentic manner. The thought-provoking analysis of her stories has established her identity, and the audience can connect with the subject matter easily. Starting with a story that establishes one’s identity can maintain the audience’s attention from drifting away. Brown begins her presentation with a carefully selected opening sentence to establish her identity in an effective and amusing manner. Fundamentally, Brown diverts from the conventional... ...
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Story Response
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...response Hi Sarah Reading your story exemplifies the literacy role of dialogue and first person’s narration. Your use of first person’s narration succeeds in integrating the audience into the story because of established authenticity. It develops trust that audience receives the story as it occurred and therefore improves caption of the audience’s interest. It is, for example easy for the audience to relate to the murder scene and the narrator’s experience with an anonymous admirer as they follow the narrator. Use of dialogue is another quality in the story as it reinforces authenticity of the story. It takes the audience to the real time occurrence of the facts and therefore immerses... the...
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Audience Reading Popular Cultural Text
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...audiences reading of the text. Firstly, the audiences' response to humour shall be discussed. Humour can be defined as an attitude toward an event that sees the funny side of things that it is the result of a stimulus that leads to a physical reaction such as laughter (Provine, 2000). Although the use of humour is mostly based on verbal interaction, it can also be embodied in non-verbal behaviour, such as facial... Audience reading of popular culture is a dynamic process between the audience and text where the identity of each is continuously remade (Shirato & Yell, 2000). The popular cultural text I have chosen for this paper is the Stargate SG1 series, produced by Universal Studios. It is a sci-fi...
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English Article Analysis: Purpose and Audience
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...Audience 1. The purpose of Anna Qunidlen’s writing this essay is her heart-felt concern about the lack of awareness about the serious mental issues related to the teenagers. She is unhappy about the grim situation prevailing in the society and the alarming rising trend in the suicide and homicide cases. Violence-prone children actually do not know what they do. They indulge in such activities because they are mentally ill. She is concerned about the lackluster response of the mental health authorities to juvenile violence. These emotional problems can not be solved by anti-depressant drugs or antibiotics. According to her... all the hidden markers that led to the rope, the blade, the...
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Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release
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...Audience Paper and Communication Release al Affiliation August 5, is a dark moment that will remain in the minds of many Chilean people; it was a distressful day when the news erupted reporting the fatal trapping of 33 miners in one of the copper mines. The mining company belonged to Minera San Esteban. People remained sceptical about any survivors, as days went by without any refuge or report on the condition of the victims. The rescue mission conducted bore fruits two months after the accident, as a result of an endless effort that inspired the whole world. As the whole event unfolded, the company took the action of keeping the families, friends, and the employees informed about... ? Knowing Your...
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Reading response
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...response from the target audience. Work Cited Smith, Grant. "Locking People Up for Public Marijuana Smoking Is Not the Answer." 28 February 2014. Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/grantsmith/locking-people-up-for-pub_b_4876164.html. 3 March 2014.... September 10, Reading Response: “Locking People Up for Public Marijuana Smoking Is Not the Answer” The article entitled “Locking People Up for Public Marijuana Smoking Is Not the Answer” presented crucial information regarding the proposal for decriminalization of smoking marijuana in public places (Smith). The author affirmed that criminalizing offenders would be detrimental, not only to the perpetuator, but more so,...
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Report
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...audience response to the aforementioned subject. Seating arrangements, room lighting, and the number of people expected to attend affects audience response. Readers’ expectations are supposed to be prioritized to ensure formality, and adequate length of report analysis. Work Cited USDL. "Drug-Free Workplace Policy Builder." United States Department of Labor (2012): 1-3.... Business report Part I: Problem ment Drug and abuse of substance plays a significant role in the performance of employees in an organization. According to the Oxy Chemical plant president, employees’ health and condition at work is crucial for the success and efficient employees’ production. The institution of a drug policy strategy...
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Reader response
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...Response The listed poem seeks to derive a sense of motivation as one fight for the best. Only those who do not quit stand a chance of enjoying the fruits of success. Hard earned success is always sweet and we should remain persistent to our endeavors with a belief that winning is a choice and losing is an option. Poets present their message in a distinct manner as they use variant literary methods. Nevertheless, a critical analysis will derive the deeper meaning of any poem. This paper will develop a critical response to a poem and the text itself with a view of defining my understanding of this piece of literature. Ideally, it is factual that the pursuit to any goal is always very... ...
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Short Response to event
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...response on verbal communication, shaking hands with members of software companies I talked before presentation, I was slapping hands etc. About the same did the rest of the audience and jury. Speakers used gestures, voice intonations and posed themselves differently to look confident and professional etc. But mostly I was interested in short videos that were shown as a part of presentation speeches. Visual information has an ability to make audience remember and understand subject more fully especially in concert with speech. Most presentation videos seemed to me more like advertising, then presentation itself. I marked out video... Respond on a business event I’ve been on business event organized by...
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Audience Analysis
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...Audience Analysis (Audience and Ownership Demographics) of (affiliation) Gun Controls Violence in America today has reached alarming proportions due to the easy availability of guns. People do not feel safe anymore, whether at work, at school, at a church, in the parking lot, inside offices, inside supermarkets, and practically everywhere. There is a proliferation of the kind of powerful assault-type weapons because of a pervasive gun culture. This culture is due to the Second Amendment which guarantees to the citizens their right to bear arms, a throwback to the pre-independence period but certainly an anachronism in modern society. Why would people carry guns in the first place... GUN CONTROLS –...
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Audience Analysis
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...audience, I will need to consider these factors. I will call the audience to an informal forum aimed at addressing this noble issue and relevantly base my communication in English. I will start by drawing an immense recognition of their culture, cultural events, and competitions, and their indigenous plants and animals like the Nene. Additionally, I will applaud their love and respect for the environment as well as their economic activities based on the island and the shores. In shifting to the project, I will quote the responsibility of Hawaii State Department of Transportation. Ideally, I will detail the operations of the proposed ferry, its significance... Audience Analysis The initiative to start a...
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About audience
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...Audience and message focused essay Here the attention is on a speech related essay wherein the details about the audience and the message delivered are elaborated. The specific audience here is the teenagers and the message focused is about the importance of education in a person’s life. The nature of audience The category of audience here is the teenagers,who belong to the age range of 14 to 18 years. The audience group has a combination of male and female and they are seated in a random basis. The audience here is at a tender age, and is only developing their cognitive and learning ability on a consistent basis. These teenage audience need to be given alertness and information in various... Topic: ...
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Audience Analysis
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...audience of the importance of knowing one’s status... BLOOD DONATION Blood Donation In today’s world it is highly important for health care centers to have blood storage. With increasingly many cases of emergencies with patients in need of blood, every health center should be able to easily and adequately access blood. Timing is of essence in health matters therefore having blood storage saves time and thereby saving lives. However, in order to have blood storage it requires efforts by all citizens to voluntarily give blood frequently to avoid draining the blood banks. Blood donations can be done by all people including young people with the required body weight and parental or guardian permission for...
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Audience essay
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...Audience Analysis Since the audience is the German Bundestag, the audience can be considered a mature group of individuals who are relatively well educated, well travelled and understand many of the concerns surrounding the issue. The hold the ideals of democracy and individual freedoms to be dear but also believe that the interest of society outweigh the interests of the individual. Therefore, the appeal to the audience has to be made on three levels which include the logic of the argument, the ethics or moral principles of the argument and the personal relevance of the issue to themselves. The total number of the audience is more than 600 which means that there is high level of diversity... ...
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Audience Analysis
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...Audience Analysis This essay targets a heterogeneous audience in terms of age, races, and cultures; they range from Black,to White, to Asian. They are all very diverse in terms of hometowns, jobs, schools, and etcetera. However, despite all these diversities, there is a common ground that brought them all together; their line of thoughts and ideas. This is an audience comprised of people who share common interests in life; they have somewhat similar ideas, thoughts, and perspectives. My audience is of an age group ranging between 18-27 years old. They are young adults in general who share similar interests. This in turn puts most of them in a comparable social-economic status. Majority... ...
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Reading response
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...response: What audience is the writer writing for, and what is the writer’s purpose for writing? I believe Fowles’ intended audience is the product manufacturers and advertising agents. Unlike Fowles, I would not prefer referring to the two as advertisers for I believe... Mengjie Zhang Mills English 1A 10-31 Reading response Comprehension response Jib Fowles evaluates the magic in advertisements that prompts the human mind to set an advert apart and define is as attractive and gives it attention. From his findings, Fowles identifies that the few advertisements that the human mind grants much attention are those characterized by both prime and original emotional appeal with the ability to discover a way...
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...audience are adolescents, particularly 12-17 year olds, who are either smoking marijuana or are at risk of doing so (e.g. peer group that uses marijuana frequently, bad families or emotional problems that might make a joint tempting, etc.) Teenagers get a host of information on marijuana, and I'm afraid a lot of it is dishonest. It seems that many anti-drug advocates are concerned only with stopping kids from smoking through any means necessary, not honesty, not respecting them and not making clear why in any real... ? My speech on marijuana legalization and use argues that, whatever the public policy position we end up adopting is, abuse needs to be a concern andfacts need to be rectified. My intended...
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Question response
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...response of the Institution Topic: Question response Maintaining separation of church and state is important because they are two separate institutions and their functions are different, though not opposed to each other. Their playing ground is different. Their audience is different. The function of the church is to make the people believers and morally strong. A person can be morally strong without being a believer, meaning without practicing Christian faith. Church leaders do not have the right to interfere with the policy decisions at the government level. Government has to react to the international situations... Topic: Question...
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Media Audience
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...audiences are a tricky for research mainly due to the creation of erratic impressions of a shallow nature. In media research, audience is perhaps the most important concept. Media has to target the user group, market their products and get their income from the audience and hence, it is important to know how the user group thinks or feels about their products and this is where the research comes handy because constructing or creating the audience is important for the media for its very survival. When a product is being planned, it is important to know its audience creating capability and only after confirming the audience availability the production will move forward... , they are the...
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Reading response and discuss question
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...Response and Discuss Question Summary Luckett, 1944 explores the current trends in production and studies of films in relation to cultural, social, and audience reception. Luckett investigates Fantasia release in advent of explaining the social and cultural factors interplay in successful interpretation and reception of a masterpiece film within the market (Luckett 228). She emphasizes on the vitality of understanding audience interpretation and expectations during publicity of films in an advent to make them masterpiece (Luckett 214). It is imperative to understand that film reception studies remains extremely authoritative in establishing interpretive strategies for increasing audience... Reading...
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Audience profile
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...Audience Profile Table of Contents Introduction 3 Brief Analysis 4 Audience Analysis 5 Conclusion 11 Recommendations 12 References 14 Introduction The Berry Powerful Smoothie Company is a UK based company involved in manufacturing and marketing of organic products. Presently the company wants to market their Organic Smoothies on a large scale. Their Smoothies are available in three different flavours, which are ‘blackberry and blueberry’, ‘cranberry and red currant’ and ‘wild strawberry and red cherries’. The potential customer for the company has been divided into two groups, one group is males and females aged between 19 to 35 years who are single or live together... (no children). Now,...
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Response Paper
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...audience” (Maxwell, 2006, p. 28). When the first and foremost purpose of a research article is to provide a candidate of doctoral program with the opportunity to explore independently in the field of knowledge, such purpose of a doctoral program cannot be compromised because of the audience. References Boote, N. D. & Beile, P. (2006). “On “Literature Reviews of, and for, Educational Research”: A Response to the Critique by Joseph Maxwell”, Educational Researcher, Vol. 35, No. 9, pp. 32–35 Maxwell, A. J. (2006), “Literature Reviews of, and for, Educational Research: A Commentary on Boote and Beile’s “Scholars”, Educational Researcher, Vol. 35, No. 9, pp. 28–31... On “Literature Reviews of, and for,...
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Finding the audience ( media audience)
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...audience to multichannel environment like television has increased responsibility to media marketing professional in today’s intensely technologically advanced world. Channel 5 has made remarkable achievements through intense marketing strategies like branding and logo selection proper to the individual programs and the occasions suitable to the public and the society as a whole. The low cost budget and the highly competitive technology have made Channel 5 to reach to as much as 80% of U.K.’s population with 7 varieties... 1 English 10 August 2007 Finding the Media Audience: Multi-channel Environment The success of any information media depends effectively on the number of users who are regularly...
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Reading response
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...response Comprehension response The explores how advertisers used gender based adsin order to attract buyers. They explore the differences found in male and female in order to appeal to their different motivations. He asserts that although some ads targets both men and women, the ad makers explore the different stereotypes on gender. According to the writer, ads that target the male are grouped as men’s women and men’s men while those that target women are women’s men and women’s women. He then goes further to explore the differences in advert by looking at different examples. It can be observed that ads for women and men are different depending... on the characters used, the context, time...
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...Response In this letter, LILIUOKALANI protests the move by Messrs, Hatch, Thurston, and Kinney to signa treaty aimed at pulling Hawaii from the United States. In his resentment, LILIUOKALANI argues that this move is not in the best interest of both Hawaii natives and non-natives, but a wrong doing to Hawaii inhabitants. LILIUOKALANI first protest in 1893 is referred to the U.S. for arbitration. He expresses the support by the United States concerning his legitimate leadership after being deposed by opposing forces. In this letter to the U.S. government, LILIUOKALANI OF HAWAII sounds so melancholic about his deposition. He writes a letter in a very persuasive tone so that the president... Reading...
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...Response Logical Framework of the essay An essay must have an introduction, body and conclusion. The has a brief introduction about cancer and how tobacco and sodas are most likely to lead to cancer. The essay has a body and a good conclusion. 2. The thesis is about cancer and it is successful because of the support statement and stories given related to cancer causing substances that we consume. 3. The title is good since it is appealing. It leaves a question impression to the readers. 4. The opening sentence was enough to grab readers attention since it says, “a basic ingredient in your caramel-colored sodas might give you cancer”. 5. Transition from one sentence to another is not good... Reading...
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...Response: What audience is the writer writing for and what is the writer’s purpose for writing? Gary’s article mainly targets young adults and middle aged individuals. This is because it calls for activism against excessive advertising. Young and middle aged adults possess the capacity to push for reforms in that regard. They are the parents with concerns about the impact of marketing on their children. Moreover, the article seeks to encourage the people already involved in seeking reforms. It seems to indicate that the reforms will be achieved step by step through their activism and rebellion. He appeals... Response Journal Entry Article Comprehension Response According to the article, there is an...
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Response to My Writing
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...Response to My writing I started my reading journey at a very early stage and have developed to be an avid reader. The passion I have developed in reading in my life, thus far, is pegged on my parents commitment and consistency in buying books for my practice. It played an important part in improving and sharpening my spelling and content comprehension. In addition, my parents were supportive through their encouragement and will to help me in cases where I was stuck. They provided the best example that I grew out of to be an exemplary reader and writer too (Salmone 22). The fondness of reading books to acknowledge content as I recall grew ever strongly. Many writers have the aim of making... Insert...
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...Response: Chamber Music Chamber music, known in French as musique de chamber, is a musical style meant for private or household audience. It is the type of music played for private home entertainment, without any regard to external audiences. Chamber music expanded its popularity in the late 17th Century and early 18th Century. Expansion of the music took place majorly in European cities of Paris, Vienna and London (Bashford, 01). Middle class members of the cities’ societies became fond of the musical style, and engaged in massive purchased of musical instruments for chamber music. After reading the articles, I gained new concepts about chamber music. Previously, I was aware of the fact... Reading...
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...Response- Watermelon Woman Watermelon Woman is a feature film directed by Cheryl Dunye and it was released in 1996. In one’s attempt to exhaustively explore the black American culture, Dunye has certainly been successful in giving way to just the right diegesis, by filling and inhabiting the space with just the right characters, events, and actions and imbuing the film with the appropriate attitudes, actions and things. The shooting style of Dunye in Watermelon Woman is witty, and boppy, dexterously managing to shoot and justify two narratives at one go, the one hovering around the search for the enigmatic ‘Watermelon Woman... of the Visual Arts and Film Studies of the Concerned 4 November Critical...
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