Essay Instructions: Double spaced. Must have at least 5 sources on Works Cited page and one citation from each. May only have one longer quote, but not necessary. Bibliography must have 15 sources. Need to have a variety of sources.
*REQUIRED READING - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon*
The purpose of this paper is to research autism, compare it to the book and tell how accurately it is being depicted. And to tell how much was learned about autism in the process of writing the paper.
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Essay Instructions: Film Analysis:
WAG THE DOG was released by Newline Cinema in 1998 and is a black comedy film starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro about a Washington spin doctor (De Niro) who, merely days before a presidential electorate, distracts the electorate from a sex scandal by hiring a Hollywood film producer (Hoffman) to construct a fake war with Albania. The title of the film comes from an idiomatic English-language expression ?the tail wagging the dog?, which is commented at the beginning of the film by a caption that reads: ?Why does the dog wag its tail? Because the dog is smarter than the tail. If the tail were smarter, it would wag the dog.?
To 'wag the dog' in the business world means to purposely divert attention from what would otherwise be of greater importance, to something else of lesser significance. By doing so, the lesser-significant event is catapulted into the limelight, drowning proper attention to what was originally the more important issue.
?Wag the Dog? is based on the novel ?American Hero? by Larry Beinhart, however, the film differs greatly from the book. In the book, the president is specifically George H.W. Bush, while in the movie the president is unnamed; the fake war is explicitly Desert Storm; however that war did occur. While motion pictures are meant to entertain, this movie not only entertains us, but also discusses public relations practices and ethics. It also deals with propaganda devices and other tactics to persuade and manipulate public opinion. This movie addresses media literacy to the fullest.
Your paper is to be 5 - 7 pages, typed, a 12 point font used and double spaced. Incorporate the question into your answer and attach your paper below. You will be graded based on the content of your answers; basic mechanical skills as well as examples from the movie and from your lectures to support your answers (5 points). Please proofread your work. After you have watched the movie, answer the following questions:
1. According to the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA - www.prsa.org) Public Relations professionals should: Protect and advance the free flow of accurate and truthful information; Foster informed decision making through open communication; Protect confidential and private information; Promote healthy and fair competition among professionals; Avoid conflicts of interest; and Work to strengthen the public?s trust in the profession. In "Wag the Dog" how is the Public Relations practitioner (Robert De Niro) unethical? Using the information above, cite at least five examples from the movie in your answer. Do not list five examples and move on to the next question (10 points)
2. I've given you the logic behind the phrase "Wag the Dog", but how is that logic relevant to the situation presented in the movie (5 points)?
3. This intelligent Cover-Up movie is madcap, but not quite. There is a serious idea at work here and it underscores the film ? it is a question that gnaws on us as the movie plausibly brings the implausible to life on TV: How real is it? How much are we really the dupes of complex media assaults and public relations campaigns as portrayed to exaggeration in ?Wag The Dog?? How much do we really care? It is those thoughts that lend heavy Cover Ups weight to this otherwise satirical and entertaining film. How real do you believe it is? And do you think we are the dupes of complex media assaults and public relations campaigns? Explain your answer (15 points).
4. Name and describe 5 propaganda devices used in the movie (10 points)?
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Essay Instructions: The essay has to be argumentative and aurgue why neutering all dogs is a good thing for society or cities. Introduction shouls have a funnel effect. you may use antedore definition , quotation, or statistic to creat interest. Body should be 3 paragraphs. The first should begin with a "con" statement. The con should be followed by a topic sentence. The remaining body should begin with a topic sentence. The last body should develope the strongest argument in support of the thesis. conclusion should have the reinstating thesis. May use a brief summary and anedote, quotation, prediction or glance at the wider implications of the issue raised. The paper should be a 2 full page with three paragraphs.
I like the following topics but can be reworded
1. overpopulation of dogs in our cities
2.too many stray dogs carry diseases
3. stray dogs cause traffic accidents
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Essay Instructions: Topic: Evolution and development of dog species and present dog genomic analysis
Dog genome project
What data is available
Objectives of investigation
solutions or further objectives for action or research
use articles from Pubmed.com and Google scholar
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