Using Karl Marx’s theory of Alienation to explain the problems that are associated with using the internet and social media. One of these problems is that people‘s privacy has been violated and private information been used by the big corporations for profit which means people are alienated from their own info. (a) Explain the roots of the problem and how the theory supports your argument: (b) Describe a way to test this explanation; (c) Suggest a possible solution, .
Identify and analyze a sample of one good and one bad professional communication, in your opinion. Write a 2-page paper analyzing both samples using the six SUCCESs principles. Your paper will have one good example with six-principle analysis and one bad example with a six-principle analysis.
Consider that the vast majority of inmates now serving time in prisons will be released from custody at some point. That said, what can the corrections component of the criminal justice system do to prepare these inmates for reintegration?
Make a PowerPoint presentation based on an Analytical essay about Barack Obama’s 2008 Democratic Convention acceptance speech .Your 5- to 10-slide presentation should explain your chosen speech on a literal level and provide a brief discussion of your analysis. The last slide in your presentation should be a learning activity or tool for those viewing your presentation. The goal of the last slide is to guide others in the right direction so that they can develop greater insights about your text and its implications.
Be creative! How can you teach others what you have learned?
Answer the questions
below based on the Price Response Survey of Resume Magic book.
guidance, see pages 51-54 of Dolan and Simon
Westendorp reading in Session 1
and Regression Review Notes
van Westedorp what is the optimal book
price based on the data collected? What
are the learnings about possible prices from this method? Plot the data to
support your results.
Use a simple linear regression to estimate the
demand curve Q = a – bP, whereby a is the (constant) estimated intercept term
and b is the price coefficient of the independent variable (price per
unit). Interpret the main statistical
results and diagnostics. What is the
meaning of ‘b’ and is it statistically significant?
You may assume that the AVC (unit variable costs)
associated with the production and distribution of each book are $5/unit. Find
the ‘inverse demand curve’ where P is defined
as a function of Q. Use the estimated
demand function to calculate the profit
maximizing price and quantity.
Are there missing variables that would be useful to include in order to estimate the demand function more accurately.
You are a reporter for the Salem clarion and have been granted the opportunity to interview Arthur Miller and the characters from his play,The Crucible Act 1 only . Ask questions to Arthur Miller and any four characters from the play ( five questions in all), and record each individual’s responses.The responses for the characters (at least a paragraph each) should reflect each characters situation and feeling about what is happening to them.Consider such characters as Abigail Williams,John proctor ,Elizabeth proctor, Tituba etc… .
One of the main jobs of historians is to interpret the past by reviewing primary documents, scholarly secondary sources, and then creating an analysis of this research. After reading your text and reviewing the assigned materials, submit an analysis of Reconstruction addressing the following questions…What were the differences between Lincoln’s and the Radical Republican’s plans for Reconstruction? What impact do you think Lincoln’s death had on Reconstruction? In what ways would Lincoln’s plans have changed the results in the South?
Using the categories outlined in the Understanding Oppression reading (the website), come-up with a personal/interpersonal solution AND an institutional/cultural solution to racism as defined by Memmi AND one other form of oppression (i.e. sexism, ethnocentrism, homophobia, ageism, classism, ableism, anti-semitism, Islamophobia, transphobia, etc.).
These chapters constitute an Epilogue to Adler’s proposed theory. In it, he attempts to face the challenges his theory presents and how he makes the final “step” from logical argument to actually positing the existence of God.
1. How does Adler argue for this concluding step, bridging the leap from philosophical argument to theistic acceptance, that there really is a God?
2. List at least three key attributes of the God that Adler accepts as real?
3. List at least three positive results in a person’s life that would likely result from such a reality?