You can write them in one of two ways:
1. You come up with a thoughtful question after reviewing the day’s reading(s), and base a question
on any issues the readings raise or challenges they pose. Then you explain what leads you to ask
2. Select a passage from the reading that you think is important (could be anywhere from one
sentence to two paragraphs). Tell me why it is important.
You write 2 pages on why the question you are posing is an important question and what motivates you to
ask it, or you spend those two pages analyzing the importance of the passage you selected. You may put
texts in conversation with one another; point out contradictions you see in the readings, etc. You should
cite text to support your points. Please include a short summary of the text’s main argument.
Contextualize your question in terms of topics we are discussing in class. The short response papers
prepare you for class and help me understand how you are engaging the material. These are the essential
write a motivated question about an article, writing homework help
I’m working on a philosophy writing question and need a sample draft to help me study.
Explain the idea that art represents reality by discussing Plato and/or Aristotle’s view of art. Discuss a work of art that you think illustrates this idea. For example, you might discuss a character/narrator/subject in a work of art (novel, poem, film, graphic novel, short story, television show, song, painting, etc.) who you think captures the idea that we have an essential, shared human nature and that art reflects this reality for us.• Explain the idea that art is truth by discussing Schelling, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and/or Heidegger. Discuss a work of art that you think illustrates this idea. For example, you might discuss a character/narrator/subject in a work of art (novel, poem, film, graphic novel, short story, television show, song, painting, etc.) who you think captures the artichoke/post-modern idea.You might also consider the following in developing your paper: Is art mimesis/representation (as in Platonism and Aristotelian aesthetics) or is it a means of transforming the self and reality? Might it be aspirational, allowing us to achieve catharsis, as Aristotle suggests? Consider, too, how the idea of art as representation is akin to the avocado view while the idea of art as transformative is more like the artichoke view.What is the relationship between art and philosophy? Do you agree with Plato and Descartes that philosophy is the best means of achieving certainty about reality and existence, or do you think that art is the ultimate expression of truth? How is the postmodern view of art a rejection of the natural standpoint we see adopted by empiricism and rationalism and rejected by phenomenology?
South University Online Modern and Postmodern Art Paper
Spur one of the leading family restaurants in South Africa
Spur one of the leading family restaurants in South Africa. Spur: Spur is one of the leading family restaurants in South Africa that is currently increasing their market internationally. Spur is listed on the JSE under Spur Corporation. Spur was founded in 1967 and fast became known as being ‘People with a taste for life’ by many South African families. Being one of the leading family restaurants in South Africa, and a restaurant that we all enjoy, I felt that it would be interesting and informative to analyses Spur. To find out the effort, commitment and the kind of structure that is needed to create such a business as Spur. Spur also has a public image of begin their to provide the best for South African families, by analyzing Spur I would be able to find out if this statement is true. Does Spur really care for all South African families, including the ones that cannot afford to support their restaurants, through being socially responsible, and or providing the best for their customers? Pick ‘n Pay: Pick ‘n Pay is one of the oldest and most well known retail stores in South Africa. Pick ‘n Pay is a store that is well known by many South African families, and is also to many families their final destination before they go home. Pick ‘n Pay was foundered in 1967 and is listed under the JSE as Pick ‘n Pay Holdings Pick ‘n Pay is known for being a reliable retail store that is concerned about the environment and society, for also being socially responsible. Being a supporter of Pick ‘n Pay I thought that analyzing Pick ‘n Pay would interest me, and would inform me about the reliability, ethics and integrity of one of the main retail suppliers in society. Pick ‘n Pay is known for being socially responsible, by analyzing the environment of Pick ‘n Pay and the structure of Pick ‘n pay we would be able to tell if this judgment of Pick ‘n pay is true. We would also be able to know why Pick ‘n Pay is such a successful company with a good business image, and how this is because of the way in which Pick ‘n Pay operates and their organizational structure. Introduction into Spur’s micro environment: The organizational structure of Spur Allen Ambor (Executive Chairman) Pierre van Tonder (Managing Director) Mark Farrelly (Deputy Managing Director Phillip Joffe (Executive Director) Kevin Robertson (Executive Director) Ronel van Dilk (Financial Director) Keith Getz (Non-Executive Director) Dean Hyde (Non-Executive Director) Muzi Kuzwayo (Independent Non-Executive Director) Spur is a well known family restaurant in South Africa that is recognized for their high standard services and good quality food that is affordable for most South African families. Spur’s vision and mission for their family restaurant, is to create a comfortable and healthy environment to sit-down and relax in as well as to work in for their employees. Spur believes that by treating your employees well you are treating your customers well, so Spur has made the comfort of their employee’s one of their main missions of the company. Spur is committed to ensuring good quality and services for their customers and dedicates their time to improving the ways that this could be done. Spur Corporation is the company that guides Spur franchises , Spur Corporation is a fast growing company that is continuing to expand, and will soon expand internationally taking their flavor and good services to other cultures. Spurs are economically strong restaurants, which are also governed and guided by a economically strong company , Spur Corporation has many franchises all over South Africa franchises such as ‘Panarottis, John Dory’s Fish and Grill and Spur, this showing their economic strength. Spur has a Line and Staff Organizational Structure. Within Spur only Allen Ambor who is the founder and executive chairmen of Spur Corporation, is able to make the final decision and he has directors of the company below him who would help and assist him in making decisions. Spur has a Line and Staff Organizational Structure because they have one person making decisions which is Allen Ambor. Then Allen Ambor has two directors below him, who have two Executive Directors below them, and then comes the directors of the different departments. The organizational structure of Spur is one that works for that particular company, this is evident in the success of the company, if their organizational structure did not work, Spur would not be as a successful a company as it is. Introduction into the micro environment of Pick ‘n Pay: The organizational structure of Pick ‘n Pay Raymond Ackerman (Chairman) Nick Badminton (Chief Executive) Raymond Ackerman (Non-Executive Director) Gareth Ackerman (Non-Executive Director) Wendy Ackerman (Non-Executive Director) Rene’ de Wet (Non-Executive Director) Hugh Herman (Independent Non-Executive Director) Dennis Cope (Non-Executive Director) Gary Lee (Financial Director) The organizational structure of Pick ‘n Pay is a Line and Staff Organizational Structure. Pick ‘n Pay has one Chairman of the businesses, Raymond Ackerman that governs and is responsible for all the decision making for the business. Raymond Ackerman, has one Chief Executive Nick Badminton, below him that would assist him in the running of the company and the descion making. The organizational structure then goes into three Non-Executive Directors that are below Raymond Ackerman who is chairman, and Nick Badminton who is executive chairman of Pick ‘n Pay. Below the Non-Executive Directors, come the Independent Non-Executive Directors and the different Department Directors. This is the top organizational structure of Pick ‘n Pay, meaning that this is the organizational structure that runs the whole of Pick ‘n Pay Holdings and not only an individual Pick ‘n Pay franchise. It is evident that this organizational structure works for Pick ‘n Pay, this being evident through the success of Pick ‘n Pay Holdings and all Pick ‘n Pay franchises. The vision and mission of Pick ‘n Pay Holdings and all Pick ‘n Pay franchises is to provide the highest quality of service delivery and to ‘create an excellent place to shop’. Pick ‘n Pay is listed on the JSE and is fully committed to acting on the material and principles based in the King ii report. Pick ‘n Pay aims to provide serves in all they within and outside the business or the working environment. Corporate social responsibilities in Spur Spur is a Corporate Social Responsible Company(CRS) Spur is engendered in many community projects that work towards bettering communities that they belong to. The way Spur looks at their CRS is influenced by the King 2 report, in the King 2 Report it is stated that a company must pay attention to improving their community. That a company must make it their responsibility to help improve a community or many communities. The society improving projects that Spur has involved themselves in are: Tikkun, this is a campaign that Spur supports financially, Spur donates large amounts of money to this campaign because they are, a campaign that works to words helping to support dis advantaged people in South Africa. This is a very sustainable campaign as is has supported many people and has been running for many years. In 2003 Spur set up an AIDS awareness campaign that’s aim was to teach many people about the HIV/AIDS virus so that they could work against it. This campaign was not sustainable and has not fulfilled is aim as it no longer exists and was not well known when it did exist meaning , it did not help many people. Masidale campaign is run and headed by Spur. This campaign runs a fun day were it teaches children between the ages of 10-13 life skills and how to deal with certain things in life and self confidences. This is a very sustainable campaign not only within Spur but also to the children that are part of it, because these children learn skills that cannot be taken away from them Corporate Social responsibilities in Pick ‘n Pay: Pick ‘n Pay is a company well known for being committed to their CSRs. Pick ‘n Pay also today run many well known socially involved organizations, which shows that these organizations are and have been sustainable. These being organizations such as: STARFISH FOUNDATION, this organization helps support children in orphanages that do not have parents or any other source of support. The organization only works with children in South Africa. This organization is one that is sustainable and has been sustained. This being because with supporting the children they create an environment where the children can learn and be taught, making the children able to sustain their own lives. The starfish foundation is also one that has been running for a long time and helping many orphans in South Africa. MWEB STATIONERY DRIVE, raise money to provide stationery for underprivileged children as well as collect stationery. This drive is not sustainable in terms of the children this being because they do not guarantee that the child is going to get stationery every year. But in terms of the drive its self it is sustainable. WORLD VISION, this is a international organization that Pick ‘n Pay is involved in, this organization is made u of a group of Christians who work towards ensuring there is justice for oppressed people. KIDS INPARKS this is Pick ‘n Pays main CRS organization. This organization works toward decreasing and even eliminating the use and production of plastic. This organization is one that is very sustainable; this is seen in the acceptance of this organization in society. This organization has also decreased the amount of plastic that is used in Pick ‘n Pay. The way this is done is by the green bag solution, Pick ‘n Pay produces material green bags that shoppers can use instead of plastic bags. The organization is very sustainable not only in Pick ‘n Pay but also to the environment. This organization helps decrease the harm that is being done to the environment. SUNFLOWER FUND is another organization that is very popular in society and is also run by Pick ‘n Pay. This organization helps raise money for cancer patients. This organization would not be sustainable to cancer patients because there is no guarantee that the same patient will always get the funds. Pick ‘n Pay has many more CRS organizations that they are involved, showing that they are a very corporate social responsible company and their main priority with in the business is not only to make a profit. Socio -Economic issues and strategies used by Spur: Spurs CRS is mostly Poverty based. Spur focuses on helping people especially children that are poverty stricken Spurs main campaign that works towards improving the living standards of children by teaching them life skills is Masidale. This is a fun day that is help every year were children that are under privileged are invited to a fun day. During the fun day theses children play sports that are given a free meal, they get to meet other children and they are taught life skills, how to be self confidence and ways to deal with issues that might arise in their lives. This is a very sustainable project that has been running for many years, this is also sustainable within Spur amongst employees, were employees want to be involved on a constant level. The campaign is also sustainable in the lives of the children involved this is because, these children are taught skills that will help them for the rest of their lives to ensure that they do not have to be dependent on other people to support them. Socio -Economic issues and strategies used by Pick ‘n Pay: The CRS that Pick ‘n Pay is most focused on is Environmental issues Kids in Parks is Pick ‘n Pays most sustainable environmental campaign and is also well known campaign in society This campaign which was invented and is run by Pick ‘n Pay came up with the Green bag solution. The green bag solution decreases the amount plastic that is produced, by producing environmentally friendly, material green shopping bags that last longer and are better for shoppers and the environment. Kids in Parks campaign, through the green bag solution have raised an enormous amount of money that is donated to under privileged people. This money is received from people buying the green bags to be more environmentally friendly this showing Pick ‘n Pays commitment to improving the state of the environment. Spur code of Ethics: Spur requires from their employee’s high ethical and moral values, they also promise their consumers high ethical and moral standards. Spur has three main aspects of their code of ethics these are ‘Integrity, Honesty and Good Faith’. In their code of ethics Spur promises not to bridge or forget any of these values under any circumstance. The Spur Company has defiantly acted on their word to be honest and have integrity and good faith. This could be judged by the type of company Spur is and the amount of supporters and fans, restaurants under the Spur Corporation name have. The practice of ethical in Spur is taken seriously and employees are specially trained to reflect the values and ethical behavior that Spur would like to uphold. Pick ‘n Pay Code of Ethics: Pick ‘n Pay has based their code of ethics within and this code of ethics states that all employees are expected to follow this code at all times. The code of ethics states that all employees will always act with honesty, integrity and respect and will make that these values are applied in all situations. To ensure employees fully understand what is expected of them, and to ensure that, Pick ‘n Pays ethical values are held up and reflected through all employees and not only in the workplace, Pick ‘n Pay sends their employees on compulsory course teaching Pick ‘n Pays code of ethics. The three main values in Pick ‘ n Pay are Honesty, Integrity and Respect and Pick ‘n Pay has shown that they act on and practice their ethical values through the corporate social responsibilities that they are involved in and taken on. Pick ‘n Pay has influenced, helped and contributed in many crises and this is acknowledged by society. Being involved in social issues shows that pick ‘n Pay is an ethical company that does not believe the only responsibility of the business is to make a profit. The only negative aspect is that it is evident that not all employees uphold the ethical values of Pick ‘n Pay, meaning that all employees are not socially responsible eg. Employees such as the cashiers, or the truck drivers. From the code of ethics of Pick ‘n Pay, it is evident that they are a loyal and honest company with integrity, and they are not only interested in ways to improve their company but also ways to improve and give back to their country and society. Analysis of information, comparisons and opinion: Both Spur and Pick ‘n Pay has shown their loyalty to their customers and are both involved in the solving of social issues in society. Spur sponsors extraordinary amounts of money to different fundraising campaigns, to make a difference in society. Pick ‘n Pay runs and governs many organizations that work towards, improving society, teaching people skills and taking care of the environment. By comparing Spur and Pick ‘n Pay one can see that Spur is more socially responsible and is more involved in caring for the environment and teaching people and improving their living conditions than Spur is. Spur only has one socially involved organization that they are a part of but this organization is not run by Spur, meaning that they are not directly contributing and showing an interest in social issues or their social responsibilities. Pick ‘n Pay shows a direct interest in social responsibilities and encourages employees from Pick ‘n Pay to go out and interact with people within society, making a direct impact and difference. By Spur not being directly involved in their social responsibilities it appears as if Spur uses being socially responsible as more of a strategy to get a good business image and more customers, than Spur actually being committed and wanting to give back to the people that support them. So it is evident that Pick ‘n Pay is more socially responsible than Spur is, and has a better image and is better known for being socially responsible than Spur is. Discussion and conclusion: It is visible that companies that are listed on the JSE and companies that are popular in society are more socially responsible than other or most companies. It is visible that Pick ‘n Pay and Spur are socially responsible, and that being socially responsible is one of their main priorities. This is because of the level of trade and level of competition that these companies are in, or operate at. Both Pick ‘n Pay and Spur are leading companies in their different trade industries, and it is more expected of Pick ‘n Pay and Spur to be socially responsible than is expected from most other companies that are at lower levels of trade. In Pick ‘n Pay and Spur being socially responsible is one of their main priorities and much effort and commitment is put into being socially responsible. Being socially responsible promotes a good business images for both Pick ‘n Pay and Spur, this is done through the businesses interest on the environment and, people in society that support them. Coming to a conclusion using the above research, it is apparent that Pick ‘n Pay is a better governed company. Especially in their social responsibilities. Pick ‘n Pay is better governed in terms of social responsibilities, customer care, business ethics, their business image and caring for their employees. This does not mean that Spur is not a good company, but Pick ‘n Pay is a better governed company and shows more interest in all business environments and all aspects of the business, than Spur does. Spur one of the leading family restaurants in South Africa
DePaul University the Song of The Lark Art Institute Discussion
help me with my homework DePaul University the Song of The Lark Art Institute Discussion.
Why should the artist bother with his or her toil? Why should the artist suffer? The artist will often encounter financial unsuccess or never live to enjoy appreciation, respect, or veneration of his or her output. What’s the point of pursuing art?As we have seen, the artist works, on some level, because he or she is driven, is compelled, is called to work. As Aristotle notes the good effect of art on one’s health and as Paleotti expounds on the purpose of art to save souls, we see the artist benefits not necessarily in financial success but in giving something that people need, that their soul needs. Art touches and stirs and moves and, therefore, is capable of so much more than meets the eye.Cather depicted Thea transfixed before Breton’s “The Song of the Lark” in the Art Institute. Sometimes, life imitates art, taking it to the next level. Please enjoy this short interview with actor Bill Murray who expresses the effect of a particular painting by which he found himself transfixed.https://youtu.be/8eOIcWB7jSA I love the way this short interview brings so much in this seminar together: our beloved Chicago, artists affecting artists, the struggling and suffering artist, The Song of the Lark, the power of the work artists do.As you reflect on Murray’s experience with this painting, can you recall a specific piece of art with which you have a particularly strong relationship? For this week’s first post, please express a strong effect a piece of art, an oeuvre or an opus, has had on you. It may not have been life-saving as it was for Murray, but perhaps it was life-changing, soul-stirring, revelatory, or enlightening on a level you did not expect. While your answer will certainly be personal, please don’t share anything too private; however, do express your significant encounter with a specific work of art, the effect it had on you, and the possible reasons for such an effect.
DePaul University the Song of The Lark Art Institute Discussion
The Internet A New Medium Of Communication Media Essay
The internet allows society to communicate with people of all nationality and ages from every country in the world. It has provided the facilities its users most appreciate like the news on the web. Anyone with the skills can post any information on the web, Individuals who post information and use the internet do not need licences or permission which is the reason for such growth globally. The internet is changing the way we communicate but most importantly how we receive and transmit information. “The internet is changing media use patterns and the lifestyles of millions of people who have grown to rely on it as a source of entertainment, information, and communication. People are discovering this interactive medium, and with it, new ways to access information and to communicate with others. The internet is becoming increasingly important in the lives of many people around the world. (Kaye and Medoff, 2001: p.2), I cannot emphasize the importance of the internet as many people not only use it to communicate but also for businesses either to advertise or to partner up with other businesses for parts of the world. Tim Berners -Lee created the World Wide Web as a means of sharing scientific information, he wrote the web software as an internet-based hypermedia initiative for global information sharing. “The internet comprises various text only resources and the World Wide Web, which presents information in text, graphic, video, and audio formats. It is this burgeoning internet resource that has captured the attention of millions, and since it is also having a great impact on traditional mass media”. (Medoff and Kaye, 2001: p.3). Traditional mass media allows a “one to many” model of communication where an individual can speak once, but to many people, these are broadcast, satellite television and radio. However the internet allows a ‘many to one’ model which is a cross between mass broadcasting and interpersonal communication, this allows people to choose the information they want and to ignore the rest. The ways in which we communicate are via Email and Chat Forums, Email was developed in the early days of the internet and is currently the most popular, efficient and widely used globally mean of communication. It keeps people connected whether for business or pleasure, the ‘boundaries of email use inevitably overlap with our other metaphors for thinking about the information infrastructure. Chat forums allow the exchange of live conversations. Many argue that “it is a new mass medium that delivers mass messages to a mass audience of web users, thus following the traditional one-to-many model of communication. For example, each web user who visits the CNN interactive page has access to the same information as everyone else regardless of their personal beliefs, attitudes, or opinions. (Kaye and Medoff, 2001: p.9) on the other hand new technologies are developed in order for individuals to select information. This way the internet is seen as a new interactive medium rather than a mass medium. “The internet crosses the boundaries that have traditionally delineated the three modes of communication: mass (one to many), interpersonal one to one and computing many to one. By virtue of its nature, the internet allows for all three types of communication, with a fourth communication mode, many to many emerging. The internet is a vehicle for interpersonal communication and interactivity, mass delivered messages, and information storage, processing, and retrieval. It is a true communication phenomenon and one that allows many forms and styles of communication”. (Kaye and Medoff, 2001: p.9). The internet changes the way we receive and provide information, we turn to the web for, information, news and entertainment, it is now common for television to be on the web as it enhances ones way of viewing television rather than just using a computer. We now have our favourite shows and news posted on the internet; it is set up so if we miss an episode we can always find it online with extras. This has increased the amount of internet users as it is convenient and comfortable. “Without the time and space constraints that plague traditional media, web authors and designers are free to expand their offerings and produce web-only material and web versions of traditionally delivered fare. The web is exploding with sites that complement traditional offerings but also offer unique content found elsewhere. Electronic magazines and newspapers and online soap operas and talk shows are just a few examples of original content. The web is a unique medium where original and adapted content live side by side” ( Kaye and Medoff, 2001: p.125). There are new means of communicating where the internet and television would work side by side; Google TV this new wave of technology is set to bring together all information, programs, the internet and media. Internet connected applications will form a central part of Google TV, application such as twitter and YouTube would play a key part as a communication medium on Google TV. Although many disagree to Google TV as people feel Television is suppose to be at the centre of a home and feel this new innovation is rather confusing to the eye, others argue that this new invention would create something new that would bring all one’s interest on one screen. The World Wide Web has ushered in a new age of news distribution. Prior to the development of the web, the public was at mercy of newspaper printing times and regularly scheduled news programs. Web technology has opened the doors for twenty-four-hour news and for customized reports delivered directly to computer screens at any time of a day. “Electronically delivered news has inherent advantage over printed news in that it can put reports of current events on the air as soon as it happens”. (Medoff and Kaye, 2001: p.155). People want to know what’s going on in the world and that can now be accessed on the internet, news coverage from brazil can be accessed in China, the distribution of stories globally has kept people connected to parts of the world, People interested in stories such as the war in IRAQ or the shooting at a university in America or England can access it online and go into depth of the stories. Examples of newspapers that can be accessed online New York time, The Times, Guardian and The Sun etc. Broadcasting news such as the BBC also has a website of their own where individuals can access their news from; individuals rely on BBC to give them information that could possibly change their lives, protect and to communicate. Advertisers now Promotion and communication on the web as a way to get the attention from consumers, the four P’s in marketing involves publicity and promotional efforts beyond purchasing advertising space and responding to consumer feedback. The internet has opened ways for disseminating public relations messages to public. “Public relations and the internet are both interactivity and the exchange of ideas, opinions, and information. Interactivity is the common bond between the internet and public relation. The internet provides public relations with a direct link to the public, and the public can in turn interact with public relations agencies and companies’ public relation departments” (Kaye and Medoff, 2001: p.223) “Email communication with reporters and the public electronic distribution of news releases via email and web pages. The internet and World Wide Web are the catalysts that set off the explosion of online services, multimedia information, and interactive technology that is changing the way goods and services are advertised and sold to consumers. Advertising on the web is a way to contact users globally”. (Medoff and Kaye, 2001: p. 223). The internet is powerful but most importantly a global phenomenon; it is the process of communication in the world today that allows activities to be carried out in a knowledgeable and creative way. The internet is part of everyday life as without it one will feel incomplete; it is the source of entertainment, information and communication. “The internet is the backbone of global computers mediated communication (CMC): it is the network that links up most computer networks (Castells, 2000: p.375). An example of a global internet phenomenon is Facebook, Facebook is not only a social network used to communicate with others but having 30 million worldwide users it is the largest social – networking site with an education focus. The site which features classified advertisements and the exchange of goods and services has allowed users not only to network with friends but also to create links between people and groups with shared interest for them to promote their ideas to others, which has been proven to be an effective business tool examples of the activities that Facebook entails, marketing products, promoting events and connecting with customers/ fans, there is also a new networking site that is proven to almost take over Facebook which is Twitter, twitter is used by everyone to communicate with the world, celebrities use it and we get an update of what they are thinking and even what they are doing we get to meet and communicate with these people over the internet. Communication through the web can only be possible with the use of internet. “Internet as a global communication network are dominated by individuals and organisation based in countries” however globalisation is the force behind this, as the process has allowed internet to be a communication and information technology. In late modernity globalisation promotes the general good in any practical sense. “The Internet is being used to achieve a great control over globalizing influences and globalised processes of communication in the world today. “The internet is thus creating new opportunities for developing local sensitivity on a global scale, helping aid to remedy problems of global inequality rather than exacerbate them (Slevin, 2000: p. 212). Another method of communication, where you can access the internet wirelessly is mobile phones, mobile phones are very popular world wide as they are used by everyone not only to communicate by voice or text messaging but other features like surfing the web on your phone. Wi-Fi technologies bring alternative modes of accessing the internet; it has provided internet access to mobile phones users in poor countries where the technology is not popular. “Horizontal networks of communication and multiple sources of information on a global scale create the possibility of a largely autonomous diffusion and exchange of information, ideas and initiatives. (Castells, 2007: p.258). In the 1990’s the internet contributed to the growth of surveillance which then became a Global Sphere. The growth of the internet has provided new opportunities for surveillance where it is seen in the spheres of workplace, military, government and for personal use. To end the internet would forever have an impact in our lives, it would enhance the way we live and communicate to others, and it would enable us to create identities we share with the world. There are thousands of ways to transfer information and data, we have been giving opportunities to create businesses on a global scale, where we can communicate with business owners in other countries that might enhance ones business. With a click of a button one can access anything on the web which is what makes the internet a phenomenal. With the internet changing lives and developing as a form of information society it also plays a role in exposing people especially politicians and celebrities. Cyberspace is changing how we live our lives and one has to be careful especially living in the public eye. It was cyberspace that exposed the scandal about Bill Clinton; the story, posted on the web to audiences, changed how audiences perspective on him, as well as the scandals about Tiger Woods’ which also spiralled over the web, this could be seen as a negative to the internet and what it comes with. “Technological change seems to have its own logic, which we may perhaps protest about or even try to block, but which we appear to be unable to alter fundamentally. (Kitchin, 2001: p.57) “they are developed at any one time and placed in accord with a complex set of exciting rules or rational procedures, institutional histories, technical possibilities, and last, but not least, popular desirers” (Kitchin, 2001: p.58). . Bibliography/ Referencing Deibert, R. J. 1997. Parchment, Printing and Hypermedia: Communication in New World Order Transformation. New York: Columbia University Press. Chapter 5 Kaye, B. K. and Medoff, N. J. 2001: The World Wide Web: A Mass Communication Perspective. London: Mayfield. Winston, B. 1998: Media Technology and Society. A History: From the Telegraph to the Internet. London: Routledge. Bakardjieva, M. 2005. Internet Society: The Internet in Everyday Life. London: Sage. Castells M, Fernandez- Ardevol M, Linchuan Qiu J and Sey A. 2007. Mobile Communication and Society: A Global Perspective. Kitchin, R. 1998: Cyberspace: The World in Wires. Chapter 2 Websites http://www.rheingold.com/ – Howard Rheingold http://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee Tim Berners-Lee http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/8046801/What-is-Google-TV.html https://blackboard.le.ac.uk/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp?tab_tab_group_id=_2_1
Huston Tillotson University Air Pollution Discussion
Huston Tillotson University Air Pollution Discussion.
I’m working on a environmental engineering discussion question and need a sample draft to help me study.
The air pollution generated by one community will impact other communities, and depending upon the nature of the air pollutants, the impacts can be far-reaching. For example, when the Chernobyl nuclear accident happened, the resulting radiation was spread throughout the globe, and especially impacted its nearby neighboring countries (You are encouraged to read the following: http://www.greenfacts.org/en/chernobyl/ (Links to an external site.)) . Please read the following article and state your opinions on international air pollution and the pros and cons of international regulations. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acs.est.5b03827 (Links to an external site.)Words: ~300
Huston Tillotson University Air Pollution Discussion