On November 19th, 1863, Abraham Lincoln composed one of the shortest yet greatest speeches of all time. In the midst of a Civil war, Lincoln commemorated this address with a hopeful, serious, and empathetic tone. His display of tone can best be seen when he appeals to the audience with ethos and pathos when he announces, “We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live.” Through the speech, Lincoln never addresses the audience as “you,” instead he uses “we,” “our,” and “us,” to connect with the audience. As President of the United States he addresses the people as one collective group; there is no individual who caused the division between….
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1. Extra Credit Assignment: you need to get this right because I could get all points or nothing. The following two pieces both address evolution. The first article is written by Elizabeth Bumiller, and the second article is written by Lisa Fullam. One presents an argument while the other offers an explanation. Read them both carefully and write a short essay where you decide which article is an argument and which article is the explanation. 1. a clear thesis statement 2. develop main points with appropriate and convincing supporting materials where you explain your answer with references to specific passages in both articles 3. utilize appropriate and effective organization of content 4. demonstrate a clear and coherent writing style that uses effective diction and sentence skills 5. demonstrate….
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
You just won $1 million dollars in the lottery! They offer you two options for your winnings: a lump sum payment right now, or $100,000 a year over the next 10 years. Current 10-year interest rates are at 5%, and the current tax on lottery winnings is 40%.
What is the amount you will receive today with the lump sum option? Which option would you select? How would you present your argument for your decision in a debate?
Sorry, you didn’t win the lottery, but here’s a way you can still be a millionaire! Starting at age 22, every night you take $5 out of your pocket and put it in a manila envelope (title it “Lottery Winnings”). At the end of….
Langston Hughes’ “Theme for English B” is an interesting piece of perspective from an author who is obviously struggling to come up with an answer to what a teacher had thought to be a fairly straight forward question. When Hughes’ instructor asks him to go home and simply put down truth on a single page, it opens his eyes up to all of the things that he has done in his life. In addition to that, it opens his eyes to who he really is, what things drive and motivate him, and how other people have helped to shape him. He touches on certain racially charged issues, though he never really gets into them in detail. For the most part, his writing is a compilation of that several….
Write a five to six (5-6) page paper in which you: Evaluate two (2) key changes in the selected company’s (Wells Fargo) management style from the company’s inception to the current day. Indicate whether or not you believe the company is properly managed. Provide support for your position. Explain senior management’s role in preparing the organization for its most recent change. Provide evidence of whether the transition was seamless or problematic from a management perspective. Provide support for your rationale. Evaluate management’s decision on its use of vendors and spokespersons. Indicate the organizational impact of these decisions. As a manager within the selected company, suggest one (1) innovative idea that could have a positive impact on both the employees and customers of the company. Indicate the approach….
I need the paper to be about 4-6 pages double spaced 12 Times Roman Font for Turnitin format and need a minimum of 5 references dated in the last 5-10 years APA style. See the Information listed below: Objectives To complete a comprehensive and current search of relevant articles, books, and other sources related to the subject of human resources/human capital metrics and predictive analytics.
Guidelines As one of the three cornerstone concepts of this course, the directional shift in human resource management to the increased reliance on quantitative measures of performance versus intuitive decisions based on aspiration, human capital metrics (also known as predictive analytics) is a subject for increased interest going forward. This Literature Review asks students to review the literature in this area, both….
Paris Basin: – Tertiary Activities Account for the development of tertiary activities in one non-Irish region of your choice. Tourism * Capital city – naturally draws tourists ranging from sight-seers to historical enthusiasts. * Home to monuments and buildings and areas of interest. Eiffel tower – daily tours to the top with a restaurant at the top – iconic monument designed by Gustave Eiffel overlooks the city + Rvr Seine on which are numerous daily cruises * Sacre Coeur Cathedral – on top of Montmartre hill – opens every day to public – originally – relatively inaccessible as it is atop the highest point in city – glass cable car link was built in 1990s – further increased amount of visitors to this attraction. * Nearby – Artist’s….
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was born into an overwhembled Europe on the edge of collapse in 1646. There he would lay the foundations for automated calculations, logical computation, artificial intelligence and binary language. In western thought, Leibniz was grand and impressive, publishing books on law, economics, theology, politics, chemistry, architecture and physics! Nonetheless his work on mathematics and physiology is what made him go down in history. As a young boy his father, Friedrich Leibniz, died in 1652. This left his uncle and mother to educate him until he was allowed into his father’s giant library where he taught himself latin and knowledge at college level. In 1661, at age 15, Leibniz went to the university of Leipzig to get his first formal education to study science, law and….
Popular culture, indeed, has always held athletes in high esteem, dating back to the days of the ancient Greeks and the first Olympiad events, thousands of years ago. However, in recent decades, talented athletes in sports which had in the past been relegated to the upper class, such as tennis, are now embraced by the masses of all socioeconomic levels. A case in point is the Russian tennis phenomenon Maria Sharapova. Admittedly, she is an excellent tennis player, but there are countless other talented tennis players who have not gotten even a fraction of the media attention as has Sharapova. Taking a closer look at this pop culture frenzy, the adoration that has been showered upon Sharapova and many other athletes comes down to how our culture has….
PhD candidates should provide an authentic personal statements to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In the event that any outside resources are used, resources should be cited in APA format. Submissions should be a maximum of 500 words
What are your research interests in the area of Information Technology? Why are you inspired to research in this area, and why do you think it is important to research in this area? Why did you select PhD in Information Technology? Why did you select University of the Cumberlands? As an individual, what are your strengths and weaknesses and how will they impact you as a PhD IT student? Where do you see the future of Information Technology going and where….