Shire intended to introduce a new dry-eye drug to the US market by featuring actress Jennifer Aniston to unveil an awareness campaign. The drugmaker expected to attain enormous impacts through publicizing with multiple channels in order to lay the foundation of the introduction of the new dry eye drug, Xiidra. The invention of this new drug is an attempt to deal with rare disease that has affected millions of people, which also showed Shire’s commitment to health. Shire took the lead of using the most famous celebrities to establish a market, with an attempt to encourage public to pay more attention to their eye health and learn some knowledge of dry eye symptoms via their influence. With asking Aniston to tell her own stories about eye care
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Deborah Tannen and William Lutz both discuss the difficulty of communicating. Their point of views may be different, but their conclusion is the same. Men and women have difficulties of communicating. Not because the two genders want to be complicated but simply because we don’t realize how or what we’re doing when it’s happening.
In “Identity, Authority, and learning to Write in New Workplaces,” Elizabeth Wardle attempts to explain how identity and authority issues affect the process of enculturation for workers in new environments. Wardle argues that the issues of identity and authority can affect one’s assimilation in a new working environment and that miscommunication with the two can lead to one being viewed as a “tool” and stress.
This film documents Dr. Barbara Myerhoff’s work in studying elderly Jewish people in Venice, California. This was a different kind of study for her, because she was studying people that were of her ethnicity and religion. She is doing this work because she will one day be old and, she wants to know the daily lives of these people. She gets to know the elders by being a part of their community and going to their senior center. She interviews the elders and asks them to be specific about their daily tasks, living conditions, struggles, and their past. Her main focus is on the senior club. Because it is the center of these citizen’s lives. Here they feel like they have a purpose and can express themselves. She also studies how they celebrate the Sabbath every week. A tradition at the club is celebrating New Years at 2:00 p.m. so the elders can enjoy a performance and hear a speech about celebrating life and get motivated for the upcoming year. This study taught her to celebrate life and embrace the process of aging.
Credibility: Melissa Denchak has a culinary diploma from New York City’s Institute of Culinary Education. She is a freelance writer and editor. She have also contributed to many magazines such as fine cooking and adventure travel. Also, NRDC is an organization that was founded by law students makes this article credible.
CM met response time regarding the safey and well-being of VC Ariahna Hampton. Ariahna reported that she was being physically abused by Bmo Tiffany Hutchinson. The intial interview was conducted at school. Ariaha reported where Bmo is employed at, and where they reside. VC Ariahna reported that her mom hits her with her fist one time upside the head on a daily basis. VC Ariahna said sometimes it hurts. VC Ariahna reported that she has never had any bleeding, marks or bruises after her mom hits her. VC Ariahna reported that she is not scared of her mom and likes living with her sometimes. CM met with mom, who denied all allegations in the report. Bmo reported that she rarely spanks VC. Bmo confirmed that they do reside with MGM on Merrymount
Sarah Merryman spent the first fourteen years of her life in Long Island, New York. After moving to West Lafayette, Indiana in 2010, she underwent the challenge of adapting to the American Midwest. In the process forming a new life, she experienced several new adventures such as playing third-baseman on the girls’ softball team. After spending a gap year following high school graduation, Sarah entered the world of higher education by enrolling in Ivy Tech Community College with the intent of earning an associates degree in liberal arts. Pleasantly surprised that she survived her first year of college, Sarah has spent her second year at Ivy Tech taking advantage of every leadership opportunity available on campus. Her current experiences as
The purpose of this research paper is to provide a critical biography on Jennifer Egan. I choose to write about Egan because she always changes her themes and genres up. Her literary work significantly impacts society by giving her readers real-life situations but she either makes it comical or uses some type of literary device to keep her audience entertained. To me, this impact is interesting and makes me want to read more of her novels and short stories.
Harper Jean Tobin’s article starts with a brief summary on district Judge Reed O’Connor’s most recent injunction on bathrooms in high school being available to all gender identities. She quickly follows by addressing her argument; Connor’s injunction is unlawful. Harper Jean Tobin begins the article with providing facts with creditable resources, she also manages to provide commentary by teenagers who are being directly affected by this injunction. Tobin manages to persuade readers through the use of the rhetorical devices ethos, pathos, and logos.
The author asserts the use of Ethos has made a broader point in describing the views of the characters and deal with opposing views. Torneo pointed out how Ronald said “I forgive you, I’m not angry at you.” (244) to Jennifer. This quote are telling us that Torneo use it to build credibility by using tone. For example, Ronald uses calm tone toward Jennifer, instead of being angry he decided to forgive.
Stevenson tells the story of Trina Garnett, the youngest of twelve children from a poor section of Chester, Pennsylvania. She grew up in poverty and regularly witnessed her father abuse her mother and her siblings. After her mother died at the age of 9, she and her sisters ran away from their sexually abusing father. After moving between relatives, Trina always ended up homeless. When she was 14 years old, Trina and her friend broke into a friend’s house who they were both forbidden from visiting. Trina decided to use matches to find her way through the house and accidently caught the house on fire. Her friends who lived in the house died from the fire. The mother of the two boys was convinced that Trina intended on murdering them. Trina was
In this article by Jennifer Medina, I observed that males tend to be more logical. Once they agreed with their wives to stay at home to take care of the house and children they would do it without complaining. Generally man are more laid back with everything they do, so they wouldn’t have a problem staying at home with the children. Some of the women encouraged their husbands to do things how they would do them. For example, one of the women suggest that her husband should set up play dates with other parents for their children to play together. I also think that women have a tendency of getting stressed more, primarily because they take on to many task and do not give themselves time to relax and recuperate. Ms. Jackson-Champlain expresses
It is a good idea to book. A brief profile of the 52 women who made great contributions go undetected for science and technology. We tend to think that women only started to make progress after the women's movement got rolling in the 1900s. But here, the author Rachel Swabey reach back into history to find women who are studying nature or drugs or who are already working in the field of science of 1800 and beyond.
Christine M. Korsgaard argues in the article ‘PERSONHOOD, ANIMALS, AND THE LAW’ that non-human animals, although may not be categorized as ‘persons’, should be regarded as ends in themselves and the subjects of rights against human treatment.
Brigid Kemmerer is a somewhat obscure author living in Anne Arundel county. She has written and published a total of seven novels since 2012, and has only recently been able to drop her other job to write full-time. The reason for this delay can be attributed to a lot of things. Maybe she’s not that good of a writer - an acceptable position, as a glance at the covers of her books yields an average of one hunky boy, four-sevenths of a small girl looking into the man’s eyes and/or hugging him, and one surreal backdrop per cover; these being elements one of the few kinds of cover designs in the world that allow effective and guiltless judgment of the book being observed. Further evidence towards the inevitable conclusion is provided in the summary of one of her books: “The only person who believes [the main character, Thomas] is Charlotte Rooker, little sister to three cops and, with her soft hands and sweet curves, straight-up dangerous to Thomas.” From this, it is simple to deduce the terrible truth of Brigid’s writing: they’re all young adult novels, targeted at girls. This could explain her lack of sales excellently.
In Safari by Jennifer Egan, Egan brings up the topic of relationships and their structures quite often. Egan even defines many of Mindy’s personal terms, which describe her interactions with others. Such terms as Structural desire, Structural resentment, Structural Dissatisfaction, are brought up often as Mindy describes her relationships with Lou, Albert, and herself. Mindy goes through lots of struggles and challenges while trying to maintain these partnerships. These kinds of relationships can be applied outside of the story; to show how these kinds of relationships can affect us in negative ways. Mindy has a completely different perspective by the end of the story. She also has all new relationships with Lou, Albert, and herself. In Safari, Mindy has many complex relationships throughout the text that change and evolve, as she also grows as a person.