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Should social media be allowed to collect data from it’s users

For this assignment, your goal is to share your position and "join the conversation" on the topic you have been researching all quarter by preparing your writing for print or online publication.  Readers of commentaries want to grasp the issue you are presenting and understand your angle right away.  You must make your point quickly and memorably, with an ultimate goal of convincing readers to agree with you, act in some way, and/or change their minds
Choose a publication to which you will write your commentary from the specified list of options: Teen Vogue
Determine the style, tone, level of formality, etc. that is typical for that publication.
Analyze the target audience for the publication, and consider how their needs dictate the writing choices you will make.
Write a Commentary Article between 700 - 1000 words using the same topic you've been researching all quarter

critical thinking about the book “Heavy”

Please Just write about the last question even though the prompt said to choose one of them, where it says"What are the multiple interpretations of the word heavy? How are Kiese and the women in his life experiencing their own versions of what it means to be heavy? How is Kieses heavy different from Laylas or Nzolas or his grandmas? (think intersectionality)".

respone on Christian history

Read the PDF magazine in its entirety that is given to the class courtesy of Christian History Magazine, Columbus & Christianity in the Americas.(UPLOAD FILE) Choose one of the articles and write a response paper telling me why you chose the article (name the author and list the title in quotation marks), what new information you learned, and discuss at least two quotes. This response paper should be at least five paragraphs. At the end of your response paper, list the article in correct MLA form.

martin luther king, jr., “letter from birmingham jail”

You should begin your initial research about your chosen literature with some biographical information
about the author then begin to read as much analysis of your particular selection as possible. When you
are ready to begin writing your research paper, the biographical information should be very brief as an
introduction to your literature.
Keep in mind that the purpose of your paper is to critically analyze your chosen work, focusing on some
aspect of the overall work that helps to define and unify a central argument. Possible research questions
might include:
What is unique about the work that makes it worthwhile?
What technique(s) does the author use?
What argument(s) are central to this piece?
How effective are these argument(s)?
What is unique about the way the writer presents these argument(s)?
How do the writers techniques help define this piece as literature of importance?
These questions are not all inclusive but should serve as a

Any topic (writer’s choice)

1. Plz write an Summary of Chapter 5 (one page)

2.Review Ch 6 Practitioner Perspective (p.150) (ONE PAGE)

Answer those question for chapter 6

1. Who are in the communication networks?

2. What would be the system theory?

3. How would you define the culture? communication style?

4. What would be a comparison that you have experienced?

response paper

1. Examining WHAT the text say( what it means)
2. Examining HOW the text says what it say (Word choice, emphasis, selection of details, etc.)
3. Examining Why the text says what it says in the wy that it does(Genre?Narrators focus or bias? Consideration of target audience?
4. work MUST  be cited IF outside information is used (Outside research is NOT required)

Any topic (writer’s choice)

Consider the examples of leadership you have read about in this module, from the prominent public and nationwide leadership of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Abraham Lincoln to the challenges of personal leadership experienced by Robert in Carver's "Cathedral" or Lt. Jimmy Cross in O'Brien's "The Things They Carried."

Now imagine you've been asked to host a leadership workshop for your workplace, division, or community group.  How would you use the examples of leadership shown in this chapter to teach your audience or to illustrate key points of your presentation?  What other examples--whether modern or historical, real or imagined--would you use?  How would those examples further emphasize what you teach your audience?

Review the Strategy Questions for Organizing Your Argument Essay in the "Creating an Informal Outline" section of Chapter 4, and then write a  response to the prompt above.  Be sure to incorporate our Core Value of

Competitive Authoritarianism

Read the two provided articles.
Introduce the topic.  What is Competitive Authoritarianism (or electoral authoritarianism)?
Identify and discuss the elements of competitive authoritarianism.  Do the authors make any changes to their understanding of this concept from 2002 to 2020?
Discuss how a nation state might resist the pull towards competitive authoritarianism.

The New Competitive Authoritarianism.pdf
The Rise of Competititve Authoritarianism.pdf

What are the harmful effects of digital technology.

This is a cause and effect topic. Make sure you follow the instruction in the attachment file. Be very mindful with every single detail in the attachment file. Because the instructor is very hard grader. The paper should be introduction, 2 body paragraphs, and conclusion. (1200 words). Also he wants us to use only his own sources which is :
Source: "Clinical Report: The influence of social media on children, Adolescents, and Families.

Latina Literature Argumentative Essay

DIRECTIONS: For this assignment, you will write a 1-page, single-spaced response where on the reading I provide. Your goal in the paper is to strike an argumentative claim,and reasonably prove your position through identifying and close reading textual evidence. Your thesis should be clear and precise and show that you are making an argumentative claim. Please read the directions below carefully for this assignment.

1.  You must have a single,fully developed, argumentative thesis where you make a claim about the text and attempt to prove your position in your response.

2. Evidence: Your essay must incorporate textual evidence and analysis to corroborate your claim. Make sure that you do not leave the quote to speak for itself but always extrapolate the passage and explain the relevance of the quote for your argument as a whole. Ask yourself: How is this passage advancing or proving my position to my reader? Afterwards, explain explicitly the answer to that question
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