In this module you were introduced to academic literature related to the potentially persuasive nature of political campaigns. Additionally, in the lecture, you learned about the elaboration likelihood model of persuasion. How might the ELM be related to the studies read this week? In what ways might the findings have been predictable, using the lens of ELM? In what ways might the results be contradictory to what the ELM would have had us predict? Be sure to explain why or why not. PS… you only need to choose 1 source. There are 4 to choose from so you may pick whichever sourcixce to use to answer the questions
- Why is the murder of Lady Macduff and her dramatically necessary? Consider what the murder reveals about Macbeth and the effect the murder has/will have on Macduff and other noblemen.
- Bail Trap by Nick Pinto
- Management Control Report
- How would you solve the moral dilemma of Janet Moore? Try to put yourself in her place. What would you decide and why? Explain the reasons for your decision carefully.
- Project purpose idea: neighborhood community board assessing the risks involved if Con Edison continues with a (specific) project. Transition Risk being the focus- economic losses from a business changing policies and production to more energy efficient methods
- Animal parts used in Fashion industry or Fashion buisness and affecting animal welfare and ethics
- Analysis of W T. Stead’s The Maiden Tribute
- Write a description or details about these two alternatives of action including their pros and cons with details and explanations.
- Animal parts/ products used in the fashion industry
- To what extent can the policy process be described as evidence-based, in your chosen policy area? In what circumstances has research been utilised by decision-makers, and why?