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For this step of your final project’s development, you will report the results o

For this step of your final project’s development, you will report the results of your research into a resolution of your paper’s workplace* communication problem topic in an Analytical Annotated Bibliography for three authoritative sources that you plan to use in your project to support your thesis.
Before you begin, review Module 4, “Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: Attribution and Citation,” of the academic integrity tutorials to refresh your understanding of why scholars document their research with in-text citations and references.
Objective: Your objective is to demonstrate your ability to research and critically analyze information that can support your project’s thesis.
Caution: The three sources you use for this assignment must be different from the three that you wrote about in Assignment 1, your literature review. Focus your research for this step assignment on professional and scholarly business journal research and case studies on possible resolutions to yours or similar workplace communication problems.
(*Remember, if you are not employed or cannot discuss your workplace, you should be using a communication problem from another organizational setting in which you are involved for your final project, such as school, church, or a community group.)
Each entry must include a reference formatted according to American Psychological Association (7th edition) style rules and an analysis as described below. You should be able to use the material that you develop here in your final project. Before you tackle this exercise, please make sure you have read the Week 4 course materials.
Required Research: You must use at least six authoritative sources in your final project, at least three of which must be scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles about communication research studies from the UMGC library’s databases.
For this assignment, you will document the research you must do on possible resolutions of your workplace* communication problem by writing an analytical annotated bibliography about three authoritative sources that you found in the UMGC library and plan to use in your project to support your thesis. Look for professional and scholarly business journal research and case studies on possible resolutions to yours or similar workplace communication problems. You can get leads to resources on your research topic right in your email by following the instructions at RSS + Alerts: What are they? to receive RSS and email alerts when new newspaper, magazine, and scholarly journal articles are made available by the library.
To find appropriate resources, use the UMGC library’s portal to communication studies resources at COMM 300: Communication Theory: Resources. For help finding academic journal articles, see the UMGC library’s resource, “Locate and Evaluate Scholarly Articles,” at Locate and Evaluate Scholarly Articles . Two online sources can be among your resources, but their credibility must be verified. See the library’s handout, “Is My Source Credible?” for help.
Although you may review the in our classroom resources to select and come to understand the communication theory or theories that you want to use in your final project, dictionaries and encyclopedias cannot be included in your Analytical Annotated Bibliography or the references for your final project. A relevant YouTube video may be included as one of the internet sources, provided it has been evaluated for credibility.
Content: Review each resource for answers to as much of the following as possible:
Describe each source’s author
Analyze each resource’s purpose and audience
Summarize each resource’s main arguments and conclusions
Assess each resource’s information for relevance to the paper’s research question
Evaluate each resource’s strengths, weaknesses and/or biases
Explain how each resource’s information will be used in the final research paper
Format: The Analytical Annotated Bibliography must contain the following information:
Use an APA-style title page.
Repeat the title of your assignment at the top of Page 2.
Provide the name of the communication theory you are using in your final project.
Provide the thesis you are working with at this point in your project’s development.
Create an APA-style reference citation for each resource.
Write a paragraph annotation of between 150-200 words (excluding APA-style reference) that answers at least the following questions:
What is the resource about? Summarize its purpose, findings, argument, and/or conclusions.
What is the resource’s greatest strength in relation to your project’s focus? Assess the resource’s strengths, weaknesses, or biases.
What role will the resource play in your project? Evaluate the resource’s relevance to your project.
Repeat Nos. 5 and 6 above for each of your three sources.
You will find an example below of an APA-style analytical annotation from the UMGC Library’s “How to Write an Annotated Bibliography” at Annotated Bibliographies. While not possible to accomplish here, the reference and the annotation should be double-spaced in documents formatted in word processing software such as MS Word.
Breeding evil. (2005, August 6). Economist, 376(8438), 9. Retrieved from http://www.economist.com
This editorial from the Economist describes the controversy surrounding video games and the effect they have on people who use them. The article points out that most critics of gaming are people over 40 and it is an issue of age not of the games themselves. While the author briefly mentions studies done around the issue of violence and gaming, he does not go into enough depth for the reader to truly know the range of studies that have actually been done in this area, other than to take his word that the research is unsatisfactory. The author of this article stresses the age factor over violence as the real reason for opposition to video games and stresses the good gaming has done in most areas of human life. This article is a good resource for those wanting to begin to explore the controversy surrounding video games; however, for anyone doing serious research, one should actually examine some of the research studies that have been done in this area rather than simply take the author’s word that opposition to video games is simply due to an issue of generational divide.
Please pay attention to the last sentence of this annotation. It provides an example of a critique of an author’s research.
Resources to support this activity:
The following resources should be consulted for guidance on how to analyze, write, and format the annotations and citations.
“Sample APA-style Analytical Annotated Bibliography,” in the Week 4 Videos & Readings
How to Write an Annotated Bibliography
Locate and Evaluate Scholarly Articles
Is My Source Credible?
How to Read a Research Study Article in a Scholarly Journal by UMGC Faculty in the Week 4 Videos & Readings
Citations and reference formats: UMGC’s guide to the APA’s new seventh edition of its style rules can be found on our library’s Citing and Writing portal at Get Help: Writing and Citing
Citation examples: APA 7th Edition Citation Examples: General Rules
Sample format for an APA-style student paper
Our library also has videos on how to format an APA-style paper according to the latest APA rules and on how to create your APA-style references page.
Grading: For insight into your instructor’s expectations for this assignment, scroll down here to click on and review its grading rubric. A sample student assignment is attached to this assignment folder.
Due Date: Submit your analytical annotated bibliography as a Word .doc, .docx, or .rtf attachment only in its assignment folder by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday of Week 4. Do not submit the assignment in .pdf, .Gdoc, .Pages, or other document formats. See the Course Schedule in the syllabus or the interactive calendar in this classroom for the exact date that this assignment is due in Week 4.

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I believe all of you are too young to remember the Tylenol murders on September

I believe all of you are too young to remember the Tylenol murders on September 30, 1982. This case was cited in public relations courses as the perfect way to address a crisis. So what is this case doing in a public opinion chapter? Because J & J handled the crisis well, this trusted brand withstood the crisis. I remember that other over-the-counter pain medicine competitors increased their advertising, thinking that Tylenol could no longer come back. That was a mistake. Although, as you will read, people stopped buying Tylenol, public opinion didn’t decline. (Remember the time: no internet, no social media.)
Please read this case carefully, beginning on page 75. Make sure you read “Our Credo” on page 78 and the ad on page 79. Also, read “FROM THE TOP.”
What was the media environment when the Tylenol crises occurred?
How might the results have differed if the crises occurred today?
Classmates reply:
I will choose to learn about the diversity culture of the workplace, which I think will benefit me a lot in my future career. The diversity culture in the workplace refers to that there are diverse cultural groups in the workplace, such as different ethnic backgrounds, age, gender, etc. Diversity culture can bring many benefits in the workplace, such as enhancing team cohesion, improving innovation ability, promoting the diversity of culture and social environment in the workplace, establishing an inclusive atmosphere, and enhancing the competitiveness of enterprises. These can make the enterprise more successful and improve its development ability. The importance of diversity culture lies in that it can make the enterprise better develop, better unite the employees in the workplace, better realize the social responsibility of the enterprise, and finally make the enterprise better develop. More importantly, accepting your differences and diversity is of great benefit to corporate culture. In today’s society, people’s beliefs, orientations and other differences are obvious, and society and workplaces need to be more tolerant of diversity.
I think it helps me to understand the culture of the global economy. This is because today many companies operate globally. It is very important to understand different cultures and how they conduct business to achieve success. In addition, understanding the global culture helps to bridge the potential communication and cooperation gap, and ultimately helps to promote success.
For my future career, I think learning some culture of your current or target company will help your work. Being familiar with your company’s culture will help you get involved with the office atmosphere. And as you learn about the company’s culture, you will realize whether your personality matches your company’s preference. If you feel that the company’s culture does not correspond to what you are chasing, you should no longer work in that company. Instead, if the company’s culture can inspire and encourage you or employees, it will make your employees work harder, be proud of the company, and understand some decision manager made. Thus I think learning more about the company’s culture can help you adapt to the company’s atmosphere, or you will quit in time as your notice that this company’s culture or atmosphere don’t like. Besides knowing the importance of learning the culture, finding a method to know about the culture is also necessary. For example, asking the interviewer about company culture will make you a basic understanding of company culture. You can also talk to people outside the company who knows, such as customers, suppliers, partners, and ex-employees. From those outside people, you can really know how exactly the company’s culture. It will help you to make the right decision.

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For this step of your final project’s development, you will report the results o

For this step of your final project’s development, you will report the results of your research into a resolution of your paper’s workplace* communication problem topic in an Analytical Annotated Bibliography for three authoritative sources that you plan to use in your project to support your thesis.
Before you begin, review Module 4, “Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: Attribution and Citation,” of the academic integrity tutorials to refresh your understanding of why scholars document their research with in-text citations and references.
Objective: Your objective is to demonstrate your ability to research and critically analyze information that can support your project’s thesis.
Caution: The three sources you use for this assignment must be different from the three that you wrote about in Assignment 1, your literature review. Focus your research for this step assignment on professional and scholarly business journal research and case studies on possible resolutions to yours or similar workplace communication problems.
(*Remember, if you are not employed or cannot discuss your workplace, you should be using a communication problem from another organizational setting in which you are involved for your final project, such as school, church, or a community group.)
Each entry must include a reference formatted according to American Psychological Association (7th edition) style rules and an analysis as described below. You should be able to use the material that you develop here in your final project. Before you tackle this exercise, please make sure you have read the Week 4 course materials.
Required Research: You must use at least six authoritative sources in your final project, at least three of which must be scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles about communication research studies from the UMGC library’s databases.
For this assignment, you will document the research you must do on possible resolutions of your workplace* communication problem by writing an analytical annotated bibliography about three authoritative sources that you found in the UMGC library and plan to use in your project to support your thesis. Look for professional and scholarly business journal research and case studies on possible resolutions to yours or similar workplace communication problems. You can get leads to resources on your research topic right in your email by following the instructions at RSS + Alerts: What are they? to receive RSS and email alerts when new newspaper, magazine, and scholarly journal articles are made available by the library.
To find appropriate resources, use the UMGC library’s portal to communication studies resources at COMM 300: Communication Theory: Resources. For help finding academic journal articles, see the UMGC library’s resource, “Locate and Evaluate Scholarly Articles,” at Locate and Evaluate Scholarly Articles . Two online sources can be among your resources, but their credibility must be verified. See the library’s handout, “Is My Source Credible?” for help.
Although you may review the in our classroom resources to select and come to understand the communication theory or theories that you want to use in your final project, dictionaries and encyclopedias cannot be included in your Analytical Annotated Bibliography or the references for your final project. A relevant YouTube video may be included as one of the internet sources, provided it has been evaluated for credibility.
Content: Review each resource for answers to as much of the following as possible:
Describe each source’s author
Analyze each resource’s purpose and audience
Summarize each resource’s main arguments and conclusions
Assess each resource’s information for relevance to the paper’s research question
Evaluate each resource’s strengths, weaknesses and/or biases
Explain how each resource’s information will be used in the final research paper
Format: The Analytical Annotated Bibliography must contain the following information:
Use an APA-style title page.
Repeat the title of your assignment at the top of Page 2.
Provide the name of the communication theory you are using in your final project.
Provide the thesis you are working with at this point in your project’s development.
Create an APA-style reference citation for each resource.
Write a paragraph annotation of between 150-200 words (excluding APA-style reference) that answers at least the following questions:
What is the resource about? Summarize its purpose, findings, argument, and/or conclusions.
What is the resource’s greatest strength in relation to your project’s focus? Assess the resource’s strengths, weaknesses, or biases.
What role will the resource play in your project? Evaluate the resource’s relevance to your project.
Repeat Nos. 5 and 6 above for each of your three sources.
You will find an example below of an APA-style analytical annotation from the UMGC Library’s “How to Write an Annotated Bibliography” at Annotated Bibliographies. While not possible to accomplish here, the reference and the annotation should be double-spaced in documents formatted in word processing software such as MS Word.
Breeding evil. (2005, August 6). Economist, 376(8438), 9. Retrieved from http://www.economist.com
This editorial from the Economist describes the controversy surrounding video games and the effect they have on people who use them. The article points out that most critics of gaming are people over 40 and it is an issue of age not of the games themselves. While the author briefly mentions studies done around the issue of violence and gaming, he does not go into enough depth for the reader to truly know the range of studies that have actually been done in this area, other than to take his word that the research is unsatisfactory. The author of this article stresses the age factor over violence as the real reason for opposition to video games and stresses the good gaming has done in most areas of human life. This article is a good resource for those wanting to begin to explore the controversy surrounding video games; however, for anyone doing serious research, one should actually examine some of the research studies that have been done in this area rather than simply take the author’s word that opposition to video games is simply due to an issue of generational divide.
Please pay attention to the last sentence of this annotation. It provides an example of a critique of an author’s research.
Resources to support this activity:
The following resources should be consulted for guidance on how to analyze, write, and format the annotations and citations.
“Sample APA-style Analytical Annotated Bibliography,” in the Week 4 Videos & Readings
How to Write an Annotated Bibliography
Locate and Evaluate Scholarly Articles
Is My Source Credible?
How to Read a Research Study Article in a Scholarly Journal by UMGC Faculty in the Week 4 Videos & Readings
Citations and reference formats: UMGC’s guide to the APA’s new seventh edition of its style rules can be found on our library’s Citing and Writing portal at Get Help: Writing and Citing
Citation examples: APA 7th Edition Citation Examples: General Rules
Sample format for an APA-style student paper
Our library also has videos on how to format an APA-style paper according to the latest APA rules and on how to create your APA-style references page.
Grading: For insight into your instructor’s expectations for this assignment, scroll down here to click on and review its grading rubric. A sample student assignment is attached to this assignment folder.
Due Date: Submit your analytical annotated bibliography as a Word .doc, .docx, or .rtf attachment only in its assignment folder by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday of Week 4. Do not submit the assignment in .pdf, .Gdoc, .Pages, or other document formats. See the Course Schedule in the syllabus or the interactive calendar in this classroom for the exact date that this assignment is due in Week 4.

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-Please read the files provided before complete this assignment For this week’s

-Please read the files provided before complete this assignment
For this week’s discussion, you will find a credible source that either presents a rival perspective to your argument for change or will help you address a rival hypothesis that you identified in the Unit 4 Assignment. Then, you will share a key passage from the source that is relevant to the rival hypothesis and paraphrase that information using a signal phrase and in-text citation. Respond to the following prompts in at least two well-developed paragraphs (not including the copied-and-pasted material from your secondary source):
1.Identify the rival hypothesis you need to address in your essay.
2.Describe the rival source you found and why you selected that source. What makes this a credible source?
3.Copy and paste a 1–5 sentence passage from the source and label it as the “Original Passage.”
4.Paraphrase the short passage you shared in a way that you might use the idea in your essay (for example, refute the rival hypothesis). Be sure to use in-text citations with any sentences paraphrasing ideas from the source, e.g., (Doe, 2013) or According to Jane Doe (2013). Remember from your reading that an effective paraphrase sets up the information and explains it in a way that connects it to your argument (Krause, 2007).
4.Ask an open-ended question related to how you can effectively address the disagreement in your argument or related to paraphrasing and using sources.
5.At the end of your post, provide a complete Reference page citation in APA style for the source.

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A campaign announcement speech for your own future candidacy for elective office

A campaign announcement speech for your own future candidacy for elective office (As if I were running for governor in the state of California). You should write this in the first person as if you all be delivering it to an audience of voters. Your speech must include a 1-2 sentence rationale, a phrase that can be used as an external and universal version of your rationale (your campaign theme), and your three top issue priorities (including at least a couple of sentences explaining your position on those issues). You should also include at least some elements of your future personal (college graduate, 23 years old, from the state of California and grew up there, studied sports marketing), professional (make it up) and political biography (make it up) in the speech. 3 Components of an effective campaign messaging Campaign rationale The reason the candidate is running – why I’m running Before you decided to run, you need to know why you’re running Short and direct message to fit in the message of opportunity: 1 sentence – or, half-sentence BUT 2 sentences for president I am running for this office/Congress/President because… [campaign rationale] (haven’t been in Washington long, but long enough two know what needs to change Barack Obama’s Presidential Announcement) Director between campaign rationale and biography (professional, personal, political biographies) ‘as a teacher and a parent, I am running for.. To create a better future for our children’ Biographies are stated verbally or implied in the rationale – should give voters an idea of who you are and what happened in your personal/professional/ political life that made you decide to run What was it that made you decide to run? Frame this into the rationale I am running for president because [xyz] Campaign theme Shorter and even more direct than the rationale A phrase – even sharper encapsulation of the rationale Externalizes the rationale rationale = the candidate Theme = the voters Rationale → first person singular, externalize and universalize it to a theme that is plural I’m running for president to create a better future for our children – theme = “Better Future for our Children” Obama’s: “Change you can believe in” Any good theme can be a slogan but not any slogan can be a theme (not essential to our messaging process though) Makes the voters feel included – universal version of the individual of the rationale, external version of the internal rationale + creates some kind of visual image 1996: Bill Clinton reelection- “Building a Bridge to the 21st century” → creates a visual, implies forward progress. Progress is being made but not quite there yet. 1984: Ronald Reagen reelection – “It’s Morning Again in America” Building a bridge and morning are things that people can visualize Campaign issues Matters of public policy that a candidate would implement or prevent from being implemented. Hard to narrow it down for candidates. Prioritization. 3 guidelines on how to pick the issues: The issue has to be important to the candidate – John McCain’s 3 issues: – economic growth – national security – campaign financial form The voters’ need to think the issue is important Will take up a greater portion of the window of opportunity if the voters’ aren’t as invested in the issue There more time it takes – the smaller the window of opportunity will be Obama – took time to explain why voters should care about healthcare → connect it to something voters do find important Student loans – invest $$ in other things instead of paying off student loans – real estate, the economy, The candidate and the voters should agree OR have the potential for agreement If we have the potential for agreement – do it, but it will take up more of the window of opportunity Talk about issues in the way that it relates to the rationale and the theme Rationale and theme are broad The issues are the most tangible parts of the campaign message

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-Please read the files provided before complete this assignment For this week’s

-Please read the files provided before complete this assignment
For this week’s discussion, you will find a credible source that either presents a rival perspective to your argument for change or will help you address a rival hypothesis that you identified in the Unit 4 Assignment. Then, you will share a key passage from the source that is relevant to the rival hypothesis and paraphrase that information using a signal phrase and in-text citation. Respond to the following prompts in at least two well-developed paragraphs (not including the copied-and-pasted material from your secondary source):
1.Identify the rival hypothesis you need to address in your essay.
2.Describe the rival source you found and why you selected that source. What makes this a credible source?
3.Copy and paste a 1–5 sentence passage from the source and label it as the “Original Passage.”
4.Paraphrase the short passage you shared in a way that you might use the idea in your essay (for example, refute the rival hypothesis). Be sure to use in-text citations with any sentences paraphrasing ideas from the source, e.g., (Doe, 2013) or According to Jane Doe (2013). Remember from your reading that an effective paraphrase sets up the information and explains it in a way that connects it to your argument (Krause, 2007).
4.Ask an open-ended question related to how you can effectively address the disagreement in your argument or related to paraphrasing and using sources.
5.At the end of your post, provide a complete Reference page citation in APA style for the source.

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A campaign announcement speech for your own future candidacy for elective office

A campaign announcement speech for your own future candidacy for elective office (As if I were running for governor in the state of California). You should write this in the first person as if you all be delivering it to an audience of voters. Your speech must include a 1-2 sentence rationale, a phrase that can be used as an external and universal version of your rationale (your campaign theme), and your three top issue priorities (including at least a couple of sentences explaining your position on those issues). You should also include at least some elements of your future personal (college graduate, 23 years old, from the state of California and grew up there, studied sports marketing), professional (make it up) and political biography (make it up) in the speech. 3 Components of an effective campaign messaging Campaign rationale The reason the candidate is running – why I’m running Before you decided to run, you need to know why you’re running Short and direct message to fit in the message of opportunity: 1 sentence – or, half-sentence BUT 2 sentences for president I am running for this office/Congress/President because… [campaign rationale] (haven’t been in Washington long, but long enough two know what needs to change Barack Obama’s Presidential Announcement) Director between campaign rationale and biography (professional, personal, political biographies) ‘as a teacher and a parent, I am running for.. To create a better future for our children’ Biographies are stated verbally or implied in the rationale – should give voters an idea of who you are and what happened in your personal/professional/ political life that made you decide to run What was it that made you decide to run? Frame this into the rationale I am running for president because [xyz] Campaign theme Shorter and even more direct than the rationale A phrase – even sharper encapsulation of the rationale Externalizes the rationale rationale = the candidate Theme = the voters Rationale → first person singular, externalize and universalize it to a theme that is plural I’m running for president to create a better future for our children – theme = “Better Future for our Children” Obama’s: “Change you can believe in” Any good theme can be a slogan but not any slogan can be a theme (not essential to our messaging process though) Makes the voters feel included – universal version of the individual of the rationale, external version of the internal rationale + creates some kind of visual image 1996: Bill Clinton reelection- “Building a Bridge to the 21st century” → creates a visual, implies forward progress. Progress is being made but not quite there yet. 1984: Ronald Reagen reelection – “It’s Morning Again in America” Building a bridge and morning are things that people can visualize Campaign issues Matters of public policy that a candidate would implement or prevent from being implemented. Hard to narrow it down for candidates. Prioritization. 3 guidelines on how to pick the issues: The issue has to be important to the candidate – John McCain’s 3 issues: – economic growth – national security – campaign financial form The voters’ need to think the issue is important Will take up a greater portion of the window of opportunity if the voters’ aren’t as invested in the issue There more time it takes – the smaller the window of opportunity will be Obama – took time to explain why voters should care about healthcare → connect it to something voters do find important Student loans – invest $$ in other things instead of paying off student loans – real estate, the economy, The candidate and the voters should agree OR have the potential for agreement If we have the potential for agreement – do it, but it will take up more of the window of opportunity Talk about issues in the way that it relates to the rationale and the theme Rationale and theme are broad The issues are the most tangible parts of the campaign message

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Final Research Topic This assignment will complete the first two components of t

Final Research Topic
This assignment will complete the first two components of the final research proposal project for this course. This assignment has two parts which can be submitted as ONE document. Please read each section carefully!
This is a pass/fail assignment aimed to help you build your final proposal. The feedback you receive from the instructor should be incorporated into your Final Proposal Submission in Week 8.
Course Objectives: CO3
Descriiption:
Part One: Topic of interest
Brainstorm ideas and find a topic that you are passionate about. Explain why this topic is important for you and should be of interest to others. Situate yourself in the research. This should be one paragraph explaining your topic choice. Identify two research questions related to your topic.
Part Two: Reference List
Having selected a topic of interest and review by communication scholars, you must develop a reference list of the research you will discuss in your literature review. Your reference list must include at least 10 peer-reviewed communication journal articles or (approved) book chapters or books. You will resubmit your reference list—including all of the literature you actually discuss in your paper—with your final research proposal.
Submission Guidelines
Submit everything in 1 document.
Your document should be in Times New Roman, 12 point font and in APA style.
This is a pass/fail assignment. Be sure to include each of the components mentioned above for a “pass”.

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Assessment Descriiption Academic writing is different from business writing. The

Assessment Descriiption
Academic writing is different from business writing. The purpose of this assignment is to create a positive message using email for two different audiences and one negative message for a third audience regarding the same, sensitive topic.
Read the scenario below and communicate it to the audiences indicated in writing. This direction is coming from your supervisor, who has asked your department (the communication team) to create the written message for the employees. Remember that this is to be approached as a workplace writing task rather than an academic assignment. You will also create a follow-up communication to the mid-level management team and one to employees who will be terminated due to noncompliance.
Your message for each write-up should be 200-250 words. You may submit either three separate files or one document file with a clear page separation between the three communications.
Overview
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic severely impacted how businesses operate and communicate. For a number of months, all company employees have been working from home. Your organization feels it is now time to create a new normal by letting employees know it is time to return full-time to the office. Your leadership feels this is important for productivity and is not making it optional for employees. The new policy elements include the following:
New Policy
In the new fiscal year, all employees will need to return to the office for work.
There will no longer be an option to work from home the entire work week.
Employees will have the option to work from home one day per week, excluding Mondays or Fridays, providing no meetings or in-person presentations are scheduled that cannot be done through video conferencing.
Employees who refuse to return to work will need to connect HR directly to discuss their decision.
The organization will also begin providing daily continental breakfast and coffee in the morning for employees.
This is a company-wide change and there will absolutely be no exceptions.
Primary Task: Communicate to General Employee Audience
As part of the communication team, you are tasked with creating the messaging for this new policy change. Your manager wants the messaging to be persuasive and positive, presenting leadership in an optimistic light. While the policy update needs to be clear in messaging, the formatting approach you take for this email communication is up to your direction. Consider each of the following audiences, remembering it is critical this written communication via email is clear and concise.
Follow-Up Task: Communicate to Midlevel Managers
In addition to the above primary task, you also need to communicate via email suggested talking points to the midlevel managers who will need to implement the policy and field questions from their staff.
Separation Communication Task: Communicate to Noncompliant Employees
For your final task, create a professional email communication to inform a group of employees that their employment with the organization will be terminated as a result of noncompliance with the new policy change that was previously implemented.
Reflection
The Christian faith seeks to exercise compassion, justice, and concern for the common good. In your communication responses you developed, how do you believe one or more of these principles is evident?
General Requirements
APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

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Briefly re-state operating definition of art in chapter 1. What is the role of t

Briefly re-state operating definition of art in chapter 1.
What is the role of the viewer?
Using examples, distinguish between artistic form and decorative form.
ONLY USE CHAPTER 1 of the source provided below. When entering the site click on pdf and the source should be provided, if not provided immediately when entering the site.
https://web.ung.edu/media/university-press/Introduction%20to%20Art-082817.pdf?t=1510261341891