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A​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​s Radio was the first national electronic mass medium, it

A​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​s Radio was the first national electronic mass medium, its influence in the formation of American culture cannot be overestimated. ​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​Examine the current media landscape and describe one way in which Radio has helped to shape American culture. Cite your information​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​.

Part 1 To prepare for your week seven research paper, you will complete the foll

Part 1
To prepare for your week
seven research paper, you will complete the following introductory assignment.
First, choose a topic from the list below. You will be turning in BOTH an
outline and an annotated bibliography (see attached templates including both)
of five scholarly sources (your textbook should be used a
source but is not to be included in this initial
bibliography). Note: there are TWO parts to this assignment: the
outline and the annotated bibliography. Please submit together.
Part 2
Goal: The goal of this
assignment is to write a well-developed paper that explores the interpersonal
communication topics from your week four outline and annotated bibliography
assignment
Description:
This assignment is a descriptive/informative
research paper on the topic selected for your week 4 assignment. You I will use the outline and scholarly sources from the annotated bibliography to
develop the paper
Attached is complete instructions

Please use anotated bibliography attached for the references. Also the first pag

Please use anotated bibliography attached for the references. Also the first page is all ready completed with thesis AND IS ATTACHED ALSO. Please use the first page as the first page and then add the additional 24 pages. Please add some updated information that includes the recent supreme court decision concerning abortions in the US. This paper will be scanned. Ii persoanlly support women being able to decide what they wuld want to do with their body.

peer review of the student discussion below: Dear fellow students, For this week

peer review of the student discussion below:
Dear fellow students,
For this week’s discussion, I have written a business style letter of an apology for you to read. The topic I chose is regarding bonus pay and how management should address the issue in a letter. As an employee of a business that did not pay their staff accordingly, the company ended up with a lawsuit. As employees, we were upset and never received an apology from management. Have you ever been in a situation where you were not paid properly? Using the three-step writing process, I first organized the information, then composed my message that is relevant, and finally completed it with proofreading and revision (Thill & Bovee, 2019). The following is an example of a letter that would be appropriate in a situation where employees did not receive their bonus payment (Fica, 2019).
June 20, 2022
All staff
Pensacola Staffing Agency
123 Anywhere Rd.
Navarre FL, 32566
Dear Employees,
This letter is being written in reference to the last payment made by our company. It was recently brought to my attention that the bonus in the amount of $1,000.00, was not included on your recent paycheck, for the pay period ending on June 15, 2022. On behalf of the company, I apologize for the mistake due to an error when payroll was processed.
Please accept this formal letter of apology for the inconvenience this may have caused you. The bonus payment for the amount of $1,000.00 is scheduled to be issued, on June 30, 2022. I assure you that future measures will be in place to ensure that this will not happen again.
Sincerely,
Concepcion Selina Burbick
CFO
References:
Common Payroll Mistakes and How to Avoid Them. Fica. T. (2019). Bamboohr.com.
Retreived from https://www.bamboohr.com/blog/payroll-mistakes-how-to-avoid (Links to an external site.)
Thill, J. V. Bovee, CL. (2019). Excellence in Business Communication. Boston, MA: Pearson.

Please use anotated bibliography attached for the references. Also the first pag

Please use anotated bibliography attached for the references. Also the first page is all ready completed with thesis AND IS ATTACHED ALSO. Please use the first page as the first page and then add the additional 24 pages. Please add some updated information that includes the recent supreme court decision concerning abortions in the US. This paper will be scanned. Ii persoanlly support women being able to decide what they wuld want to do with their body.

Identify a current, specific news media topic that you argue addresses an ethica

Identify a current, specific news media topic that you argue addresses an ethical issue.
This must be an example of a news media topic specifically, not entertainment.
It must be timely—must have relevant content in current (and reputable) media outlets within the past year.
Categories include but are not limited to: social/civil rights issues, candidates’ or political parties’ advocacy for or against certain legislation, commercial business practices, advertising/public relations communications, financial institutions’ practices and/or regulations (Note: these are just category examples; you must identify a specific news topic within one of these or another category, not just the broad category itself.)
Identify 5 articles or broadcasts from 5 different, reputable, media outlets—1 per outlet—that address your topic specifically.
ALL MEDIA CONTENT EXAMPLES MUST BE WITHIN THE PAST YEAR. Nothing before May 2021 is viable for this assignment.
NO EXAMPLES CAN BE SOCIAL MEDIA.
Two of these articles/broadcasts must advocate for your personal ethical stance on the topic.
Two of these articles/broadcasts must advocate against your personal ethical stance on the topic.
One of these articles/broadcasts must present a neutral/un-biased presentation of the topic.
Your examples may be all broadcast (TV/radio), all print (hard copy/digital), or a combination, but they must be from 5 different outlets with two of them supporting your position, 2 of them opposing your position, and 1 of them is neutral.
Using the elements of Media Literacy we have discussed at length in lecture and in your text, analyze each news media example’s content, presentation of information, arguments and support. Compare and contrast these 5 articles/broadcasts.
How do they present the topic and any ethical arguments associated with it?
How do the presentations of the topic differ from one outlet to the next? How are they similar?
What motivations may each outlet have to present the topic from one ethical perspective versus another?
Does their presentation of the topic support or contradict your own ethical perspective on the topic? Why/why not?
In your opinion, are they presenting the topic in an ethical or unethical way? Some things to consider:
Do they appear to use language to argue their perspective, regardless of how factual the language may be?
Can you identify bias or rhetoric that disguises facts or misconstrues some information?
Do they attempt distract the consumer by redirecting them to another controversial or ethically-related topic?
Maybe it appears as if they are withholding vital details you have seen in other articles that could sway the consumer’s understanding of the topic.
Do you feel they are accurately representing the topic in a fair and balanced manner so the reader is educated on the matter in an un-biased way?
Identify any laws or regulations associated with your topic specifically. Do any of the news media examples include these as part of their justification for or against certain ethical arguments on the topic?
FOR EXAMPLE (you may not use this as your own topic):
My topic may be on tobacco brands’ advertising rhetoric and how I feel some companies/advertisers violate ethics in their ads for these brands, even though the content may not technically violate any laws or federal regulations on tobacco-specific language.
I will conduct research to find recent news content that speaks about this issue specifically (I made up all of the below examples).
One of my examples is a television news segment on MSNBC about how tobacco brands are appealing to new audiences.
Another may be an article on FoxNews.com discussing changes in tobacco-based products’ sales as a result of recent ad-language restrictions.
A BBC news podcast may have an episode on controversial ad techniques and industries that employ them the most.
Forbes Magazine may feature an article interviewing a tobacco company’s CEO and how they are working to improve the quality of their product(s) and consumer-facing messages associated with them.
CNN has produced a limited series on YouTube focused on federal regulation regarding advertisements in specific industries, including tobacco, and how those regulations may be negatively affecting farmers and others who earn their livings from these industries.
Submission Requirements:
In order to receive full credit on this assignment, it must include all of the below elements.
COVER SHEET:
Your full name
Your topic: This should be written in 2-3 complete sentences and include the details of your topic as well as a brief description of the ethics you feel are involved with your topic.
A complete works cited with links to your 5 news content examples. I should be able to read or watch each of your examples so I can see how you interpreted then compared and contrasted their content. These should be in a numbered list:
Full Citation + (insert link)
Full Citation + (insert link)
Full Citation + (insert link)
Full Citation + (insert link)
Full Citation + (insert link)
PAPER CONTENT (this should begin on the page after the cover sheet)
1,000-1,500 words not including your cover page. This is approximately 3-4 pages, but word count is what matters the most. I will be counting your words and deducting points if you do not meet the minimum word requirement, or go over the maximum word amount.
Paper should be double-spaced with 1” margins all around, in 12pt Times New Roman font.
All sources should be cited in APA or Chicago style.
Structure your paper: You should have an introduction w/ thesis, supporting body paragraphs and a conclusion. Content should be streamlined and presented in a way that makes sense, supports your thesis, justifies your arguments through citation, and utilizes correct grammar and punctuation.
Content should be written in first person as this reflects your own ethical perspective on a specific topic and your personal interpretation of how 5 separate news media outlets have presented the topic, the ethical arguments associated with it, and any related laws/regulations used to justify their position.
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Scenario You are newly hired victim/witness advocate interviewing a male victim

Scenario
You are newly hired victim/witness advocate interviewing a male victim of domestic violence. This requires sensitivity, yet you have a job to do: assess the victim’s readiness for and willingness to participate in the court process. Because you are new to your job, your supervisor would like you to describe your strategy for this interview before you go into the field.
Directions
First, read the Project Three Scenario PDF. Then complete each of the following:
Strategy Part 1: Interview Purpose
To begin your interview strategy, in about one paragraph, describe the purpose and context of the interview. Answer the following questions in your description:
Why are you interviewing this person?
Why do you need this information?
What information do you need to provide to this person?
Strategy Part 2: Setting
Next, explain how the setting impacts an interview. In 250–300 words, answer the following:
What is the impact of the overall setting on the interviewee (the person being interviewed)?
What is the impact of the overall setting on the interviewer (the person conducting the interview)?
Strategy Part 3: Techniques and Strategies
Next, describe the effectiveness of interview techniques and strategies. In 250–300 words, answer the following:
Does your interviewee feel “free to leave”? Why or why not?
What type of body language will you use? Why?
What tone of voice will you use? Why?
Strategy Part 4: Question Types
Next, predict which question types will be the most helpful to gather necessary information. There are seven question types: reflective, directive, pointed, indirect, self-appraisal, diversion, and leading. Answer the following questions as you consider these question types:
What information do you need in this interview?
Which types of questions will help you gain the information you need?
Are there any question types that will be more useful to gain the information you need than others? Why?
Are there any question types that will be less useful to gain the information you need than others? Why?
What are some pitfalls you will want to avoid in creating your questions?
Strategy Part 5: Questions
Finally, to make sure you are fully prepared to conduct this interview, you will need to develop various types of interview questions that will help you gather the information you need.
Note: While preparing questions in advance is a good strategy for any interview situation, you will often have to adjust your questions based on the responses you get from your subject.
Using the information provided in the scenario, complete the following:
Create 5–10 interview questions.
Identify which question type you are creating.
(Hint: You may wish to present your question types and questions as follows: Diversion question: “How long have you lived in the area?”)
What to Submit
To complete this project, you must submit the following:
Word document, Times New Roman, 12-point font.

Instructions: Identify the career you are hoping to pursue after college. If you

Instructions: Identify the career you are hoping to pursue after college. If you aren’t sure, pick a job you are thinking about pursuing or one you know something about
(perhaps you know someone who holds that career or maybe you used to hold that career yourself.) Using the “Communication in Everyday Life” box in our textbook, page 171 as a springboard, identify the listening knowledge and skills particularly important for the career you identified above. Think of some specific examples where one might use the listening skills while at work.
Then, plan, craft, and upload a brochure promoting the skill of listening for workers in that field. Plan to include relevant text or course material as needed into your brochure. You are free to look outside the course for ideas (but be sure to cite resources you use). Be sure to use pictures in your brochure (there are plenty to choose from within the OER open commons option).

The power of listening | William Ury | TEDxSanDiego

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