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DISCUSSION 1For this journal task, first use the text in

January 16, 2021 |

DISCUSSION 1For this journal task, first use the text in Chapters 5 and 6 of your text to guide your reflection on Carl Rogers’s principle of self-concept. Applying this phenomenological concept to yo DISCUSSION 1For this journal task, first use the text in Chapters 5 and 6 of your text to guide your reflection on Carl Rogers’s principle of self-concept. Applying this phenomenological concept to yourself, address the following in your journal: How much congruence do you think there is between your actual, ideal, and ought selves? How does this affect how you think, feel, and act? Briefly summarize your thoughts on Rogers’s major concepts of the self, self-actualization, and unconditional positive regard. What research design(s) did Rogers use in his studies? Do you think Rogers conducted his research ethically? Why or why not?Use examples from the textbook readings and your other research to support your thoughtsDiscussion 2Respond to the…    read more 

Instructions Evaluate: Mass Media Impact Evaluation Title:

January 16, 2021 |

Instructions Evaluate: Mass Media Impact Evaluation Title: Pop Culture and Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Morality, and Gender Bell hooks (nee Gloria Jean Watkins) is a professor and social activist who has Instructions Evaluate: Mass Media Impact Evaluation Title: Pop Culture and Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Morality, and Gender Bell hooks (nee Gloria Jean Watkins) is a professor and social activist who has written about feminism and popular culture. For this assignment, you will watch bell hooks’ views on Cultural Criticism and Transformation in the video and read the accompanyingextended transcript(Links to an external site.). (Note: there are several very difficult subjects discussed, and visual examples from movies are used to support these examples; more examples are used to further explore each of these themes throughout the remainder of this video.) Your essay should include some discussion of the following questions: Do you agree or disagree with hooks’ views? Support your position. Does…    read more 

During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin

January 16, 2021 |

During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin Franklin has been described as “the first American,” as someone who through his life and works epitomizes some attitude, spirit, action–or some During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin Franklin has been described as “the first American,” as someone who through his life and works epitomizes some attitude, spirit, action–or something else that distinguishes the United States. One wonders if anything that Franklin represented lives in popular American thought, today. I challenge you to identify some contemporary piece of art, music, literature, or any other cultural artifact that you believe reflects the same (or similar) theme as you find in Franklin’s autobiography. Support your idea with accurate, precise evidence. For both works, point out (with careful cited paraphrase and/or accurate and cited quote) the sentences(s) where in the text you see evidence of the theme you have identified and,…    read more 

During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin

January 16, 2021 |

During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin Franklin has been described as “the first American,” as someone who through his life and works epitomizes some attitude, spirit, action–or some During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin Franklin has been described as “the first American,” as someone who through his life and works epitomizes some attitude, spirit, action–or something else that distinguishes the United States. One wonders if anything that Franklin represented lives in popular American thought, today. I challenge you to identify some contemporary piece of art, music, literature, or any other cultural artifact that you believe reflects the same (or similar) theme as you find in Franklin’s autobiography. Support your idea with accurate, precise evidence. For both works, point out (with careful cited paraphrase and/or accurate and cited quote) the sentences(s) where in the text you see evidence of the theme you have identified and,…    read more 

Discuss the history of the colonization of Africa by

January 16, 2021 |

Discuss the history of the colonization of Africa by European nations by beginning with Marlow’s experience with the map as a child and then later when he is in the Company’s offices. Closely read Mar Discuss the history of the colonization of Africa by European nations by beginning with Marlow’s experience with the map as a child and then later when he is in the Company’s offices. Closely read Marlow’s descriptions of the maps. How do these descriptions reflect an attitude common to colonization? https://www.vox.com/2014/5/8/5691954/colonialism-collapse-gif-imperialism https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/colonialism/ We can write all sorts of essays on multiple subjects. The covers we cover for essays include subjects:   Accounting, English, Business, History, Philosophy, Law, Economics, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Art, Management, Marketing, Education, Science, Nursing, Literature, Political Science, Computer Science, Technology, Biology, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Anthropology, Medical, and Finance.

In fact they differ dramatically in the extent to which they allow

January 16, 2021 |

In fact they differ dramatically in the extent to which they allow words to be built out of other words or smaller elementsIn Latin, the shapes of both pronouns and nouns vary when they are used as su In fact they differ dramatically in the extent to which they allow words to be built out of other words or smaller elements In Latin, the shapes of both pronouns and nouns vary when they are used as subjects or objects; but in Chinese, no words vary in shape like this But if we treat ‘wouldn’t’ as one word, then we can explain why it is treated as one word in the yes/no question Wouldn’t it hurt But linguists are generally not interested in issuing pronouncements about what should be permitted or what should be called what Even if you learned all the words of Navajo, and how they are pronounced, you would not be able to speak Navajo until you also learned the principles of…    read more 

American PuritanismIn fewer than 250 words, begin a thread in which you respond to the

January 16, 2021 |

American PuritanismIn fewer than 250 words, begin a thread in which you respond to the following question: If Mary Rowlandson and Anne Bradstreet were the only two 17th-century puritans in the world a American PuritanismIn fewer than 250 words, begin a thread in which you respond to the following question: If Mary Rowlandson and Anne Bradstreet were the only two 17th-century puritans in the world and the works you’ve read the only written record of puritanism, what would you say is a defining quality of puritanism?Offer some original thinking. Leave aside any textbook definitions of ‘puritan,’ and don’t bother to explore Google. Instead, based upon your own examination of these primary texts, identify one common theme that Bradstreet and Rowlandson (our two puritans) seem to share.Support your idea with accurate, precise evidence. For both authors, point out (with careful cited paraphrase and/or accurate and cited quote) the sentences(s) where in…    read more 

TranscendentalismBoth Emerson and Thoreau are frequently quoted

January 16, 2021 |

TranscendentalismBoth Emerson and Thoreau are frequently quoted (and misquoted) on inspirational posters, coffee cups, and calendars. Identify one sentence (or two) from our assigned readings of Emers TranscendentalismBoth Emerson and Thoreau are frequently quoted (and misquoted) on inspirational posters, coffee cups, and calendars. Identify one sentence (or two) from our assigned readings of Emerson AND one from Thoreau that you think are particularly insightful, sage, thoughtful, real, true– or maybe valuable to you in some way. Quote those two sentences and explain their significance.Then, respond thoughtfully to at least one post from a classmate. A ‘thoughtful’ response will a) reinforce the evidence by pointing out other examples of the same theme and/or b) extend the logic by thinking about the idea: quibbling with the interpretation, considering the implications of the claim, identifying seeming internal contradictions, identifying fundamental assumptions, refining distinctions, etcetera. Avoid simply agreeing or amplifying another’s claim. Thoughtful posts…    read more 

See attached file and answer questions 1. What was your first reaction to the poem?

January 16, 2021 |

See attached file and answer questions 1. What was your first reaction to the poem? Did you find it difficult to read? Or did you find it easy? Did you understand it all at once? Or did you have to re See attached file and answer questions 1. What was your first reaction to the poem? Did you find it difficult to read? Or did you find it easy? Did you understand it all at once? Or did you have to read it a number of times to get the meaning? Did you find the paraphrase helpful or unnecessary? 2. What stood out to you when you were reading? Were you drawn to any parts in particular? If so, which parts and why did they stand out? 3. Was this a poem you can relate to? If so, how? 4. Did you enjoy reading and hearing the poem recited aloud?…    read more 

We live in a world where we want to label everyone and

January 16, 2021 |

We live in a world where we want to label everyone and everything. We need a very gray world to be more black and white. This is especially the case when you read or watch a story unfold. It is imp We live in a world where we want to label everyone and everything.  We need a very gray world to be more black and white.  This is especially the case when you read or watch a story unfold.  It is important to decide who are the heroes, who are the villains, and who are the victims in the story.  So in this assignment, I want you to answer the following questions about your characters and most important social issue happening within your novel: Fist, Stick, Knife, Gun: Book by Geoffrey Canada Who are the heroes (name two) from your novel? Please find and insert one to two passages from…    read more 

Write your analysis of the tone of each poem. There are three

January 16, 2021 |

Write your analysis of the tone of each poem. There are three poems. Response should be a minimum of three paragraphs with each paragraph being devoted to one poem. For each poem, do two things: 1. De Write your analysis of the tone of each poem. There are three poems. Response should be a minimum of three paragraphs with each paragraph being devoted to one poem. For each poem, do two things: 1. Describe in detail what you think is the tone of each poem. 2. Try to explain how the poet creates that tone through word choice, syntax (sentence structure), punctuation, use of stanza breaks, rhythm, rhyme, imagery, metaphor, detail, action (events in the plot), etc. The links are below: We can write all sorts of essays on multiple subjects. The covers we cover for essays include subjects:   Accounting, English, Business, History, Philosophy, Law, Economics, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Art, Management, Marketing, Education, Science, Nursing, Literature, Political Science, Computer Science, Technology, Biology, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Anthropology, Medical, and Finance.  

Choose two excerpts of a concert, one of a pop or rock concert from modern times and

January 16, 2021 |

Choose two excerpts of a concert, one of a pop or rock concert from modern times and one of a performance of Baroque music. (The Baroqueperformance would by necessity be a performance of Baroque music Choose two excerpts of a concert, one of a pop or rock concert from modern times and one of a performance of Baroque music. (The Baroqueperformance would by necessity be a performance of Baroque music performed in modern times.) You may pick from the following YouTube recordings for the Baroque piece: Johann Sebastian Bach, “6 Suites for Unaccompanied Cello”https://youtu.be/1prweT95Mo0?list=PLIxUq0CwyVLGSCBQt7hgVnKkhxjgUwchW Johann Sebastian Bach, “Brandenburg Concertos” https://youtu.be/G6hQvvhqfJo Antonio Vivaldi, “Four Seasons” https://youtu.be/ZPdk5GaIDjo Georg Fredrich Handel, “Hallelujah” chorus from “Messiah” https://youtu.be/VI6dsMeABpU Dominico Scarlatti, “Essercizi per Gravicembalo”, k. 27 (Sonatas for Harpsichord) https://youtu.be/yKkb9H9Sy6o Arcangelo Corelli, “Concerti Grosso, Op. 6, No.8-Christmas Concerto” https://youtu.be/Gy2PNewPcXM George Philipp Telemann, “F minor sonata for bassoon, TWV 41f1” https://youtu.be/afudKfX_4Ys Tomaso Albinoni, “Adagio for Strings and…    read more