Analyze an article in your field (RHETORICAL ANALYSIS)

Analyze an article in your field (RHETORICAL ANALYSIS)
Please see attached document for article to be used for writing. Outline Introduction a. Introduce the specific piece of writing you are analyzing (the text) – what were the circumstances under which the text was created? b. Who was the audience? Describe the discourse community the text was written for. c. What was the general purpose of the text you are analyzing? to inform, persuade, collaborate? What did the author want the audience to think or do after they read it? d. Preview Statement — Indicate the organization/development qualities you will discuss in the rest of this Rhetorical Analysis. These must include at least one rhetorical appeal (use of ethos, pathos, &/or logos) and two rhetorical strategies (narration, description, exemplification, analysis of cause and effect, comparison, contrast, etc.). You may also include style or presentation. Analysis of Rhetorical Strategies (Body paragraphs – details of the strategies mentioned in “d” above) These sections will describe the strategies that the author used in the text, give examples from the text, and explain why the author used them. You can write paragraphs for several of the rhetorical strategies you mentioned in the introduction. In each paragraph, do the following: a. define the rhetorical strategy b. quote or paraphrase 2-3 examples from your text that illustrate the use of the strategy c. explain how or why the example illustrates the strategy and how it contributed to the author’s purpose in writing the text.

The Photographic Vision – Techniques

The Photographic Vision – Techniques
Paper details:

Understanding and applying the controls available on the camera is one of the ‘secrets’ to effective picture making. For this essay, you will use what you know about the camera to reveal the ‘secrets’ of several photographs that you find. This essay assignment has two parts:

First, select examples of photographs (scanned from a print source or refer to a website) that exemplify shallow depth of field, greater depth of field, stop motion, blurred motion, and panning. (MUST INCLUDE IMAGES IN THE ESSAY)

Next, analyze the images and suggest ways in which the effects were achieved. Did the photographer use fast or slow film (ISO)? Was a fast or slow shutter speed used? Was the lens opening large or small (f-stop setting)? How did the position of the photographer effect the final image? Describe the technical challenges faced by the photographer to achieve the shot.
For all essays in this course:

Cite any sources you use for your essay and include a list of works cited in either a MLA or APA format.
Please include images, and remember to provide proper citations for each.
Proofread your essay for grammatical and spelling errors.


Mastering Panning: Photographing Moving Subjects (Step-by-Step Guide)

As well as files that are added from textbook and one more source of choice.

So three sources to use for citing:

Website link indicated above
London textbook (chapters 1 & 2)… front cover of textbook uploaded in files for citing purposes
One of choice …. and images used for essay are to be included within the essay to fully answer all the questions.

Song Lyric Analysis

Song Lyric Analysis

Analyze 3 songs – “Blank Space”, “Malibu”, and “The Climb”. Read the lyrics and explain the artist’s overall message. Then select 2 literary devices to analyze per song and explain. Copy the lyric which is the example of your device. Make sure to relate each literary device to the artist’s overall message.

Depreciation at Delta Air Lines and Singapore Airlines

Depreciation at Delta Air Lines and Singapore Airlines
Click the links below to obtain the case study: Depreciation at Delta Air Lines and Singapore Airlines (A) Depreciation at Delta Air Lines and Singapore Airlines (A), Spreadsheet Supplement Read and evaluate this case by answering the five questions presented. Your well-written analysis must be 2 to 3 pages in length.

Coursework GCSE, Health sciences and medicine Kinesiology

Coursework GCSE, Health sciences and medicine Kinesiology

Project description
Capstone Scenario:

You have been hired by a local gym with a base of 1,000 members to design and implement a for profit personal training program. Your plan is to be submitted to the owner of the facility for review. You must develop a mission statement, hiring process, payroll criteria – for trainers, daily trainer schedule, new member initiation protocol – including sample workouts, private personal training protocol – including sample workouts, and marketing plan. Remember to choose a specific location and define your clientele using actual demographics.

Format and Layout Instructions:

For this assignment, it is absolutely essential that you read, study, and become familiar with the rubric for the Capstone Project BEFORE you begin your outline. Give yourself enough time to write the case study analysis. It is important that you read and reflect on the content and do not rush through it. Be analytical, not descriptive when writing your case study. You may need to compare and contrast issues, identify the pros and cons of viewpoints and situations, and provide honest, straightforward solutions.
Additional hints for successful organization of your Capstone Project…
• Identify the problem (capstone scenario)
• Review and prioritize the information
• Select specific information from the scenario and categorize it according to people, place, or program


Analysis of Social Movement

Analysis of Social Movement
1. Background.

The impetus for this project is to make you especially familiar with one particular movement such that you can be one of the class experts on the particularities of that movement as the quarter unfolds. This should be especially helpful as we work through social movement theories and seek evidence to support or refute those theories.

2. The book review.

In writing the review, students should demonstrate a careful reading of the text and consider how their specific case study might be used in order to generalize to the dynamics of social movements in general. The book review, therefore, should be not just an overview of the book, but should discuss, in as much detail as space permits, how this case study relates to the questions raised below. The paper should be written in a standard 12-pt. font with 1-inch margins all around. The review must be between 6-7 pages in length, or approximately 1500-1750 words. It goes without saying that copying or paraphrasing an existing review of the book will be considered plagiarism and treated accordingly; the same goes for collaboration between students in the course, as this is a solo (not collaborative) assignment.

3. Selecting a book.

Munson, Ziad W. 2008. The Making of Pro-Life Activists: How Social Movement Mobilization Works. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
4. Review content.

The review should begin with the bibliographic information and a brief (less than two pages) description of the content of the book. The dominant portion of the review should address the below issues. Since these are broad issues, and one could not possibly address all of these issues in a single review, I leave it up to you to choose the questions that are most relevant to the movement you are studying.

A. How did external factors influence the movement?
-For example, did the movement depend upon another group for support? What role did the state play in facilitating or repressing the movement? Did the movement arise in order to express specific grievances? Did other movements influence this movement? Were there any major historical events that shaped the movement?

B. How important were internal factors for this movement?
– For example, what types of organizational form(s) were most prevalent in the movement and what consequences did this have for the movement? How were leaders chosen in the movement and what power did they have compared to other participants? What significance did class, race, gender, sexual orientation, or other axes of difference have for this movement?

C. To what extent were culture and identity important for this movement?
– For example, were the goals of the movement challenging of the larger culture or supportive of it? What role did cultural or identity factors play in the movement?s attempts to recruit
participants? Did participants have a sense of larger purpose in their participation? Was the movement successful in framing its goals, ideals, and practices to other (outside) groups?

D. Other questions such as: What types of tactics did the movement employ (and were some more successful than others? If so, why)? What was the response of the state and/or other institutions that the movement targeted? Was the movement successful (both in terms of its self-defined goals and also in the opinion of the author)? What were the consequences of the movement?s success or failure for the internal structure of the movement?

All reviews should describe the methodology used by the author in studying this movement. What were their sources: interviews with participants? Participant observation? Newspaper records? Archival data?

Analysis Zhuang zi’s majoy idea—“wu wei” and “tian ren he yi”

Analysis Zhuang zi’s majoy idea—“wu wei” and “tian ren he yi”

this presentation focus on analysis Zhuang zi’s majoy idea—"wu wei" and "tian ren he yi".

1)What are the readings about?

2)What are the main points being argued?

3)What evidence is marshalled to support the author?s argument?

4)Do you agree/disagree with the arguments put forward in the readings?

5)What did you find most interesting about the topic or the reading?

6)How does this discussion contribute to your understanding/knowledge of Chinese culture and society

Concept Analysis of Anxiety in the Preoperative Setting

Topic: Concept Analysis of Anxiety in the Preoperative Setting
This is a Concept Analysis paper for a graduate level nursing theory class. I would like to use the Walker & Avant method of concept analysis. Use the grading rubric & an example paper provided. The concept of anxiety and it is to be applied to the preoperative setting using primary sources from the current literature. Must use APA format.