Discuss Arsovska and Craig’s (2006) concept of “ancient codes of extreme violence.” Provide examples from the Chinese Triads. Next, define terrorism. How is (or is not) terrorism consistent with “ancient codes of extreme violence?” Compare ethnic-based organized crime with religious-based terrorism. What common themes are embedded in each?
Analyze best practice in supply chain management for health care organizations.
Reflect on the following in a minimum of 500 words:
What are the greatest strengths and opportunities in supply chain management in your organization? How can they be maximized?
Are there any weaknesses or threats involving the supply chain? How would you recommend addressing these or avoiding them becoming a larger problem?
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President Ronald Reagan’s political career; and the indications that he had Alzheimer’s disease as President.
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Ethos, Pathos, Logos Application
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Remember, there are three modes of appealing to your audience/reader:
Ethos, Pathos, and Logos in Persuasion/Advertising/Writing
The Three Persuasive Appeals: Logos, Ethos, and Pathos
Ethos: Appeals to Authority on Subject (ex. use a dentist in a toothbrush ad because they have authority on the profession/subject)
Logos: Appeals to Logic (ex. an advertisement for a taxi company that explains the consequences and price variation between taxi fare and DUI)
Pathos: Appeals to Emotion (ex. an advertisement for insurance that shows fatal images and induces fear)
Advertisement is a great place to identify how rhetorical appeals are at work. They are always working appeal to consumers by appealing to emotions, logic and authority. Now, I want you to explain the last time (or recently) spent money. With that decision of purchase what “rhetorical appeal” influenced your decision most. Was your purchase based on logic (logos), authority (ethos) or/and emotion (pathos)? Explain in a paragraph (4-6 sentences). Your purchase decision may have more than one rhetorical appeal. [10 points]
Next, think about a time your opinion, perspective, ideology and/or behavior changed on a subject. What contributed to this shift or change? How did this shift/change happen. State what specific example contributed to this shift/change; was it a book, speech, art, performance, legislation, class, film, mentor, course? Did they use historical evidence, testimony, facts, statistics, predictions, emotional appeals, experts …? (Explain in 5-8 sentences.) [10 points]
In crafting an argument you will be expected to use all three rhetorical appeals: ethos/pathos/logos
Think about the issue you most want to solve in your community. In order to prove it is a problem you must have to appeal to your audiences’ authority, emotions, and logic.
Fill out the following outline, which will help organize your “Defining Problem Assignment” :
Identify the community or group: (this may be city/school/family/culture etc.)
Identify the problem or issue in your community:
PROVE this is a problem worth solving by providing rhetorical appeals:
Ethos: provide examples that establishes credibility or authority on this subject (may include your authority – your position or community investment/ statistic or credible source etc.)
Pathos: provide example that establishes emotions (may include testimony, anecdote, emotional or shocking fact/statistic etc.)
Logos: provide example that appeals to your readers logic – how and why this problem needs to be solved? – What is at stake? Why it matters?
Begin your paper with an introductory paragraph and end with an effective conclusion.
Outside references are not required to complete this assignment. However, if you do decide to cite outside sources, you must do so using APA citation style.
Format papers using 12-point Times New Roman, double-spaced
Submit a copy of a program, flyer, or other document or image that identifies the speaker and date of the speech to the assignment dropbox.
Do not evaluate a regular class lecture delivered by an instructor on this or any other school campus.
Do not critique a video presentation.
Do not review a support group or panel discussion.
Do not analyze two people speaking with one another.
Do not collaborate with other students when writing your paper. This is grounds for charges of plagiarism! While you may attend a speech with a classmate, your paper should reflect your own independent work.
What was the speaker’s general purpose (i.e., to Inform, to Persuade, to Entertain)?
What was the speaker’s specific purpose?
What was this speech about? Write the thesis statement and identify the main points for this speech.
Describe the speaker’s introduction. Did it capture your attention and draw you into the speech? Did it enhance the speaker’s credibility?
What organizational pattern did the speaker use? Was it appropriate for the topic and speaking situation?
What types of supporting material did the speaker use?
Describe the audience (size, gender, age, etc.) How did the speaker adapt his or her remarks to this particular audience?
How did the speaker conclude the speech? Did the conclusion summarize key points, reinforce the speech’s general and specific purposes, and provide closure so you knew the speech was finished? If not, what was missing?
What types of things did the speaker say and do throughout the speech to establish rapport with the audience?
How did the speaker use language to improve the effectiveness of the speech?
Discuss the speaker’s use of the non-verbal elements of delivery (gestures, eye contact, etc.)
Did the speaker use presentation aids? In your opinion, were the presentation aids effective? Why or why not?
What was the speaker wearing? Was it appropriate for the speaking occasion? Why or why not?
Describe the setting and evaluate how it impacted the speech (size of room, types of seating, set-up, windows, etc.)
What kind(s) of feedback did the audience give to the speaker? How did the speaker respond to this feedback?
What, in your opinion, was the strongest part of the speech? Why?
What, in your opinion, was the weakest part of the speech? Why?
On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate this speaker? Explain
Would you enjoy listening to this speaker again? Why or why not?
In your opinion, were there any issues that the speaker should have addressed but did not?
You are a project team that is designing and delivering a custom bicycle to an important customer, and want to provide error free work.
Perform an FMEA on the bicycle and include the follow:
Identify at least 8 possible Failure Modes for each Item of the bicycle (Frame, Gears, Wires, and Brakes)
Identify Recommended Actions for at least 5 Failure Modes (RPN greater than 100 is a good guideline) and for at least 1 Recommended Action for your Bonus Failure Mode.
The DFMEA Excel template is attached
Should health professionals be allowed to refuse medical directives
from patients based on their own personal values and beliefs?
the essay needs to be a narrative and it has to be of my opinions ideas or experiences it is not a research paper. the introduction needs to have a strong thesis statement that ties back to the whole essay and the intro also needs an anecdote. i need 3 body paragraphs each with a topic sentence and 3 main points. the conclusion needs to tie it all together.
Look at attached pdf for details. Essay must be about struggles of online classes suring COVID as I moved from my highschool in the Philippines to India which had a completely different curriculum. Along with that, my sister was studying in Canada and my dad was posted in Pakistan (during which there were attacks that happened along with it). During the peak of my exams, my closest family members passed away due to the pandemic and Black Fungus virus. My mom was hospitalized for months
fighting between life and death and my father left his work to take care of her in India. We were each other’s support system. During all this turbulence, I adjusted to a new curriculum and made progress in all my classes.