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Cultural Geography

This time I want you to do follow up post regarding #190616965.

Your follow-up should consist of two parts, and be about 150-250 words total for both parts (or more, if you'd like). You may choose to respond to the same classmate or to two different classmates (one for each part).
1. First, comment on a classmate's meme/macro/gif. The comment can take any form; you can draw connections to something from your daily life or another meme, highlight certain elements and explain why you think they're notable, comment on its cultural specificity, etc. However, it should be substantive, i.e., do not simply state that it is "funny", "interesting", or things of the like.
2. Second, answer/respond to a classmate's question. Again, this should be substantive; do not simply state it is "an interesting question", etc.

I attached the screenshot of post which I want you to reply to. I thought this classmate's post is relevant to your post #190616965.

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Summary #6

Prior to the beginning of one class each week (e.g. prior to the Tuesday class or prior to the Thursday class), students are required to write a short summary of one of the required readings for that class and upload the summary to the course website. This summary should be between 300 and 500 words (approximately one page).

The summaries are posted under the assignments tab on canvas or can be found under each module. You have the option to upload either a PDF or a word document. The summaries are due by 1:00 am the day before the class and cannot be uploaded after that time.

There are 10 weeks of class. You need to complete 10 reading summaries; your lowest score may be dropped. If you make a reasonable effort and write something thoughtful, you will receive full credit. I expect that everyone should regularly be receiving full credit.

The summary should cover the following: (i) Why is the paper important (or why not)? (ii) An overview of the core contributions o


Review the Theories of Gender:Sex.pdfPreview the document reading. You only need to review the section on critical/cultural theories (pages 8-12 meaning the pages of the PDF, not the scanned page numbers). The four shared assumptions will become the foundation of your critique.

4. In 300-500 words, describe the 4 shared assumptions of critical/cultural theory.

5. In 400-700 words, compare the 4 shared assumptions of critical/cultural theory to genderlect theory. Does the theory meet the standards described by the four assumptions of critical/cultural theory?

6. In 300-500 words, draw some conclusions about your analysis. These questions are just ways to get you started with the last section. The point of a conclusion is to both summarize what you have done and then explain why what you have written matters. What did you learn by applying a critical/cultural lens to genderlect theory? How would you revise genderlect theory to better fit the four assumptions? What d


Read the chapter from A First Look at Communication Theory - Genderlect Styles found in this module. This chapter explains a popular perspective of gender communication. Genderlect theory claims to be an intercultural theory of gender. Many critical scholars have taken issue with this claim.

In 300-500 words, describe the theory. The audience for this section should be someone with little to no experience studying gender or communication. The point of this section is to show that you understand this theory. You can include the strengths and weaknesses of the theory.

write about the story “A Rose For Emily” Prompt is below.

Discuss the credibility (ethos) of the narrator.  How does the narrator establish ethos?  What are the motives behind the telling of the narrative?  What factors influence how the story is told?  What do we know about the narrator from his discourse?  What might we assume about the narrator? Discuss the relationship between the narrator and the narrative.  How does a narrative voice add to or subtract from the main character's voice?


Women face occupational segregation in nearly every industry. The majority of women in the United States work in male-dominated workspaces, where they are relegated to traditionally feminine roles, such as the marketing or administration divisions, rarely seeing opportunities for advancement. The games industryin particularis one of the most egregious offenders of this. A 2011 study by the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) showed 73% of women in the industry work outside the main jobs of developing games, which means that they have little voice in the content, interactions styles, character representation, and reward systems involved in games. (Source: (Links to an external site.))

Yet, women make up a much larger percentage of gamers than developers. A 2014 study saw over 5 million American women report playing on their consoles at least five days a week. Similar studies found that 52%

MBA Admission

Please Read Carefully:

- Read my attached file "Essay Info" to understand my views

- A Genuine Essay NO Quotations or usage of other sources or words

- Professional Write-Up (DO NOT repeat the word "the" many times)

- Plagiarism Free

Any topic (writer’s choice)

Read the following scenario and answer the question in 510 sentences

1. Steve issues a 30-day negotiable promissory note, payable to the order of Henry, to cover the cost of Henry buying a car for Steves racing operation. Steve signed the note, but the amount on the note is left blank. Henry has clear instructions that he is not to spend over $5,000 on the car. Tired of being Steves lackey, Henry fills out the note for $10,000 and sells it to First Auto Bank for $9,500. The bank has no knowledge that the amount on the note was originally left blank or that the amount of the note was to be capped at $5,000. Thirty days later, the bank comes to Steve wanting $10,000. As the bank manager, what is your argument to Steve to collect on the note.

2. On April 4, 2014, a press operating company sent a fax including the following information to a metal plate manufacturer:

Size TU. Quantity 25. $45 each. $1,125 total. Ship to our warehouse in LaGrange, KY by May 1, 2014 Pay

Annotated playlist

In this assignment, you will create a Spotify playlist of 10 pieces related to your chosen affect. These pieces must be spaced out through history and be pulled from at least 4 different eras (Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Galant, Classical, Romantic, Modern). You may choose pieces of any classical genre that you feel are representative of your affect. Possible affects include: love, hatred, sorrow, joy, or fear.

Part 1 (due February 12, 2021 by 11:59pm PST)

Choose your affect and 5 pieces to begin your annotated playlist. You may include pieces that we studied in class. Create a document describing why you believe each piece fits your affect.

Each annotation must include:

Composer and piece title
Era of the piece (Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Galant, Classical, Romantic, Modern)
Genre of the piece (chant, madrigal, opera, ballet, symphony, concerto, etc.)
2-3 sentence description as to why you believe the musical elements of the piece

Filing Ch 11 Bankruptcy

Discuss whether businesses should be permitted to file for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Our discussions are a valuable opportunity to have thoughtful conversations regarding a specific topic. You are required to provide a comprehensive initial post with 34 well-developed paragraphs that include a topic sentence and at least 35 supporting sentences with additional details, explanations, and examples. All posts should be reflective and well written, meaning free of errors in grammar, sentence structure, and other mechanics.