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    BROCKWAY AND COATES

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    MBA Program Case Assignment Course Title: - Statistical Decision Theory Instructor’s Name: - Dr. Yitibarek T. Submitted by: - 1. Leul Wondemeneh GSR/2024/06 Submission Date: - December 06, 2013 CASE TITLE: BROCKWAY AND COATES Given – Part A 1. Sales forecast – (at $ 30 retail price with the assumption of $15 whole sale price) a. 400,000 copies – 40% chance; b. 1,000,000 copies – 30% chance; c. 100,000 copies – 30% chance; 2. Flat deal with Senator Murphy a. $ 500

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    the neighborhood of North Lawndale. Coates provides context of these “highwaymen”, people he calls “nefarious as any Clarksdale kleptocrat”, describing their practices of buying houses at extremely low values and selling them at reasonable

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    Discuss the feeling of displacement in Islandman. DISCUSS THE FEELING OF DISPLACEMENT IN ISLANDMAN.COMPARE AND CONTRAST WITH ONE OTHER POEM OF YOUR CHOICE. Island Man is by Grace Nichols. It is about a man who originates from the Caribbean but still dreams of his homeland, and wakes up to the sound of the sea on the sand and the caw of wild birds. He now lives in London and faces the reality of the North Circular and the monotony of Britain. The poem of my choice is Search for my Tongue

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    Coates Vs Adichie

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    Both Adichie and Coates wrote popular contemporary writings which addressed serious issues in ways that spoke to the reader in different perspectives. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's “We should all be feminist” essay criticized society in a somewhat humorous way. Adichie showed her perspective of society as foolish for going along with the norms. She is a storyteller who uses humor to illustrate knowledge and perspective about injustices in our society. Coates book was written in a heartfelt poetic letter

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    Analysis By Karen Coates

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    Karen Coates really exploits the relationship between corporations and garment manufactures in her article. It really opens people’s eyes, it shows people who may not know, they could be wearing clothes that was made with the hands of a struggling worker. In her essay she shows us the values of the four social actors. One of them being the workers. The workers are the most abused. They have little to no say in what they do, they are controlled and tormented every single day for a little days pay

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    Ta-Nehisi Coates addresses his son in this book, Samoi, who is fifteen years old. Coates recalls his memory of the atrocities and violence that he witnessed in the past against black people. He hopes that his experience will provide him better understanding of the present-day violence committed by white supremacist against the black body. From the beginning, Coates argues that the problem of many Americans is that they did not consider African Americans to be people. As a result, the dehumanization

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    I grew up living the reality of the Dream Coates describes. I reside in a vastly white suburban neighborhood, much like those illustrated in the book. He portrays the dream to be “…perfect houses with nice lawns. It is Memorial Day cookouts, block associations, and driveways” (Coates, 2015, p.11). This depiction very much matches my own area. Growing up where I did, the vast majority of my encounters were with people who were quite similar to myself. As a result, I never actually thought about being

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    weaves his own, authentic, and scholarly advancement into his ruminations on the most proficient method to live in a dark body in America. Coates composes of his childhood in the ghettos of Baltimore in which he took in the codes of the road with a specific end goal to survive however never completely grasped them. His dad was no picnic for him, however Coates now observes that dark guardians frequently are so they don't lose their kids. To grow up dark in Baltimore was for the most part to grow up

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    Coates Reflection Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote a letter to his son Samori which was in tribute to James Baldwin. Coates wrote mostly about police brutality and how justice isn’t being served for the ones who kills the innocent blacks. His letter really stood out and get’s to the point almost directly. He captured my attention when he stated “... intelligent people asking about the condition of my body without realizing the nature of their request.” I was really captivated by his words. When we look at

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    The so called "Dream" that Coates refers to is a state of illusion and privilege and that mostly applies whites because they are the majority and the historical ramifications of that fact. However, this claim also applies to other groups of people. Coates makes the claim that there are those in the African-American community and other minorities who have been able to refuse the reality of society and become one of those who are living in the "Dream". Those who live in the "Dream" divide themselves

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