Identify the level of stasis (where you disagree with your intended audience) and your audience.
Create a claim that falls under that category
For example, if your audience would agree with your answers to the question of fact but disagree with your answers to the question of definition, you would write a definition claim.
In your responses to others, determine whether the claim falls under the desired category. For example, if your classmate is trying to create a claim of evaluation, their claim in the discussion is one of policy, suggesting how they might revise it. Also, give feedback on whether you agree with your classmates on the level of stasis for their intended audience. Why or why not?
RESPOND TO THE QUESTIONS USING ATTACHED NOTES BELLOW
- Discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the global financial market or in various countries.
- Discuss the implications these laws and/or regulations have on the business environment.
- Does the number of lies Stephanie Ericsson outlines in The Ways We Lie help or hurt her argument?
- Explain how the conversation change when discerning between acute vs chronic pain?
- Write a report on “business/ credit cycle” based from these two videos : Fear the boom and bust: Keynes vs Hayek and Friedrick Hayek The Road to Serfdom (Episode #139).
- Identify the typical Western Hero Archetype and then explain how your selected Eastern Hero differs from the typical Western Hero Archetype.
- Describe your plan for knowledge transfer of this change, including knowledge creation, dissemination, and organizational adoption and implementation.
- Integrated Evidence-Based Practice
- Write a program for NASA that will determine if the weather conditions are favorable for launch of a new rocket. It should ask the user for the sustained wind speed and the current daily temperature. If the wind speed is above 30 mph or if the daily temperature is below 41 degrees F, then output that the launch must be aborted. Otherwise, output that the rocket is go for launch! Save the program as RocketLaunch.java.
- Compare and Contrast American, European, and Japanese Approaches to Quality Management