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Advanced Communication Strategies

Character Analysis of Daisy from “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzjerald Jay Gatsby succeeds in creating an admirable female (Daisy Buchanan) character who presents the perfect protagonist for a narration. Her traits keep altering from childish to an extremely corrupt character as the novel develops. Nick Carraway does not have the complete and relevant … Read More»

Black Friday: “What’s The Hype”

Black Friday: “What’s the Hype?” Thesis Statement: Though many economists and journalists see both pros and cons in the day of mass discounts, Black Friday benefits both the seller and the buyer. I. Introduction 1. Consumer society 2. History of the name ‘Black Friday’ II. Profits of the Black Friday 1. Benefits for the customer … Read More»

Diversity ,and media

As globalization keeps on increasing in the world, there is a need for more communication among people from different cultures than for example fifty years ago. Diversity can be defined as acknowledging, understanding, accepting, valuing and celebrating the differences among people with respect to age, class, ethnicity, gender, and their abilities. It means acknowledging people … Read More»

The Everlasting Struggle

The Confounding by Steve Sanfield is undoubtedly “A Paiute tale to be told aloud”. “Still pthers say it is about ourselves” – the simple story of the very complicated outcomes. Every creature in the world chose what it wants to be: a bird, a fish, an animal. A human being chose to “live with the … Read More»

Cross cultural communication implications in business

Cross culture communications Implications when conducting business within the US and the UAE Communication, the sheer sending and receiving of information is undoubtedly very important in trade. It takes place before, during and even after a transaction: in marketing a product, persuading potential customers/client, price negotiation and feedback. In its simplest form, communication links any … Read More»

Is Technology Value-Neutral?

The question: “is technology value-neutral or not?” evokes a great deal of debates and arguments for and against. Various technological innovations have been promoting the successful development of the world economy for the previous ten years. The technical progress allows creating new enterprises and improving the work of the existing ones in various directions. At … Read More»

Informal Essay

Part I: The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees due process and equal protection. In particular, it stipulates that states shall not deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law and deny to any person the equal protection of laws. The Supreme Court on several occasions considered the due process guarantee in the … Read More»

An ordinary man

Paul Rusesabagina, the author of the autobiography “An Ordinary Man”, turned from a hotel manager into a national hero during the violent conflict between two ethnic groups, Hutu and Tutsi that started on April 6, 1994 in Rwanda. An “ordinary man” as he called himself managed to save not only his family in the overall … Read More»

Major Response Paper

There are a lot of things in our life that can bring us joy, make us feel glad and happy. Some of us find happiness in everyday trifles of life, some feel glad when bringing joy to their close ones, for others being happy means being part of something great. This list can be endless … Read More»