5.Editing-This involves looking at each sentence carefully, and making sure that it 's well designed and serves a purpose. Proofread and check for any spelling and grammar errors.
On October 25, 2017 at approximately 7:52 p.m., Desoto Police Officer Eric Howard located a vehicle parked behind the Gallery Night Club (16310 N. U.S. Highway 51, Desoto, Illinois). Officer Howard noticed there were people in the back seat of the vehicle and therefore checked on the status of the people. It should be noted that Gallery Night Club has been closed and vacant for several years. As Officer Howard approached the vehicle he noted the windows were fogged. Officer Howard made contact with two individuals and noted they were undressed in the back seat of the vehicle. A white male, later identified as Carl J. Campanella (M/W, DOB: 07/09/1952), got out of the vehicle and told Officer Howard they were parked there to have sex. Officer Howard identified the other passenger as Darius A. Everett (M/B, DOB: 09/19/2002). Officer Howard observed condom wrappers in the back seat of the vehicle. Based on Officer Howard’s
2. Make sure to keep reading and rereading what you have written from the audience’s point of view to keep your tone in check as you go along and rewrite and delete your writing as many times as you need to in order to have that same consistent tone in your piece. Reading it aloud might even help too!
Speak naturally at a sensible speed. Don't try to change your accent. If you cut out slang and speak at a reasonable speed, people will understand what you're saying. All ways double check the facts before informing people on the information. Always seek clarification in a polite manner and be willing to repeat information for the recipient. Do not use slang words or technical jargon unless it is necessary. Most of all thank the person you have called for their time.
Discuss how administrative agencies like the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) take action in order to be effective in preventing high-risk gambles in securities / banking, a foundation of the economy.
Are television series becoming more popular? The very reason for choosing this topic is indicative of how important T.V. shows have become. Today, the people working on the small screen are no less famous and rich than the stars working in movies. Yes, that same old idiot box, vast wasteland, cheap babysitter has creatively matured and pinned down movies to the mat of popular culture. In spite of being similar, they are different as T.V. series go in much depth, have a lower production cost than movies and also have thought-provoking work which is intrinsically difficult to find in movies. They also provide a more satisfying emotional experience.
What the success of both the Body Shop and Starbucks showed was how far the branding project had come in moving beyond splashing one's logo on a billboard. Here were two companies that had fostered powerful identities by making their brand concept into a virus and sending it out into the culture via a variety of channels: cultural sponsorship, political controversy, the consumer experience and brand extensions.
Discuss the challenges related to regulating a complex global financial firm and make suggestions for regulatory improvements.
According to Theodor W. Adorno in The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception, the culture industry is the entertainment business. “The whole world is made to pass through the filter of the culture industry” (1113). While people are consuming products from the entertainment manufacturers “with alertness even when the customer is distraught,” real life is not becoming indistinguishable from the movies (1113). The majority of consumers are able to distinguish products from the entertainment manufacturers such as movies, TV shows, radio and books from reality.
In 1944, Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, members of the Frankfurt School who fled from the Nazi Germany to the USA, were publishing their seminal essay ‘The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception’. Political critique, their thesis about the ideological domination of capitalism on cultural production is one that persists today and is regularly renewed (Mukerji & Schudson, 1991). Yet, since the first half of the twentieth century, evolutions have occurred within the ‘Culture Industry’, and while the theory – focusing primarily on the music and cinema industries – is still applicable to some features of contemporary ‘cultural industries’ (Hesmondhalgh, 2007), these changes require a contemporary reconsideration of it.
An impressive push to extend intellectual property by the entertainment industry may result in the development of new technologies and revolution in the way people watch TV, access information at home, experience interactive TV. But at what cost?