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Critical issues with social media marketing

The paper should be written in English (either US or UK spelling), font 11 or 12On your first (cover) page, include your full names and the topic chosenThe paper shouldnot exceed 1500 words (excluding references) and should notbe less than 1000 wordsThe paper should include a minimum of 5 scholarly references (e.g. books, book chapters, academic journal articles)Use APA style for referencing your sources in the textQuotations if longer than 30 words should be indented (font 11, in italics)The paper should include a brief introduction (where the topic is introduced, its relevance and the key issue(s) are clearly articulated), a main section where you may define key concepts, present the main arguments and discuss them withpractical illustrations(where you provide real-world examples to the concepts and arguments presented), and a conclusion where you synthesize the key issues, articulate your views and mention the broader implications for marketers/societyList your references by alphabe

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Pick one of the many propositions that are on the California ballot this November.  Explain the positives and negatives of the chosen proposition if it were to pass and if it were not to pass.  [Honors students are to do two essays.]

This is to be in essay format -- although the instructor isn't too concerned with the standard 5-paragraph model; get to the point and then conclude, that's enough.  Citation is a must, but the instructor isn't wild about MLA; if you're not an English or Foreign Languages major, you shouldn't be either -- use whatever citation format is the most dominant in your field of study (most Social Sciences uses APA).  Length should be roughly between 750 and 1000 words.  Opinions and personal anecdotes should be kept to the conclusion, if included at all.

Rubric:

An understanding of what the proposition does
Equal treatment of both sides of the issue
Clear and deep analysis of the positive aspects
Clear and de

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Pick one of the many propositions that are on the California ballot this November.  Explain the positives and negatives of the chosen proposition if it were to pass and if it were not to pass.  [Honors students are to do two essays.]

This is to be in essay format -- although the instructor isn't too concerned with the standard 5-paragraph model; get to the point and then conclude, that's enough.  Citation is a must, but the instructor isn't wild about MLA; if you're not an English or Foreign Languages major, you shouldn't be either -- use whatever citation format is the most dominant in your field of study (most Social Sciences uses APA).  Length should be roughly between 750 and 1000 words.  Opinions and personal anecdotes should be kept to the conclusion, if included at all.

Rubric:

An understanding of what the proposition does
Equal treatment of both sides of the issue
Clear and deep analysis of the positive aspects
Clear and de

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In this assignment, you will read the opinions piece, To Reduce Racial Inequality, Raise the Minimum Wage. You will critically analyze the arguments made in the article using the economic concepts you have learned in class.
Please see attached document "Writing assignment 2" for detailed instructions. I also included other materials you will need.

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Basic College Admission Essay
* There is a specific topic it needs to be on, but the writer can use as much creative reign or freedom as they want or see fit. :)


Here is the copied and pasted admission prompt:
"Share a meaningful experience and how this has helped shape you in your preparation for college. This could be related to your passions, commitments, leadership experience, family or cultural background".



I'd like the essay to be about the experience of working at an assisted living facility full time as a teenager and how it impacts ones world view and motivation. Put simply, I would ideally like the essay to be on how it's a tough job but I'm grateful for all the experiences and lessons I've learned etc. and its impact on my life now and moving on into the future.
I know this is weird but I'm having a hard time getting something good put together myself, I struggle with creative writing. 
There are no specifics that need to be a

Long term goals

Everything has to happen in time, my grandma used to say. We are born, we have to get married earlier to get children so we are young enough to take care about them. Then we get old and we have no energy to do anything and our children will take care of us. Get married earlier and be happy, she said.
I did not get marry early. Indeed, I did not want to get married. I wanted to pursue education. Because I come from a different country, it took time for me to develop and shape myself as I am now. I could not get into university in my native country and it took time for me to do it here. Language barrier and life style changed everything. My persistence changed and reshaped my mind.
I got my bachelors degree late in life. One of my advisors told me, why dont you take care about your retirement? You do not need a degree. I still want a graduate degree. I want to succeed. I want to declare that I am a researcher and I am persistent. I have goals, I have determination and the age cann

Long term goals

Everything has to happen in time, my grandma used to say. We are born, we have to get married earlier to get children so we are young enough to take care about them. Then we get old and we have no energy to do anything and our children will take care of us. Get married earlier and be happy, she said.
I did not get marry early. Indeed, I did not want to get married. I wanted to pursue education. Because I come from a different country, it took time for me to develop and shape myself as I am now. I could not get into university in my native country and it took time for me to do it here. Language barrier and life style changed everything. My persistence changed and reshaped my mind.
I got my bachelors degree late in life. One of my advisors told me, why dont you take care about your retirement? You do not need a degree. I still want a graduate degree. I want to succeed. I want to declare that I am a researcher and I am persistent. I have goals, I have determination and the age cann

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INSTRUCTIONS:
This assignment consists of a short essay question, and a short response question. The main intent of these questions is to ensure that you have a sound grasp of the fundamentals of the material presented in this unit. To that end, there is a 3 to 4 page (1000 words) limit for the short essay question. Im not so concerned with whether you agree with a particular author or not. The quality of your answer is based on your exposition of the competing positions, your comparative analysis of those positions and, lastly, your argument in support of the position you defend.

As with all the assignments in this course, the short essay question is not designed to be a research question. There is no requirement to get material from external sources such as other authors, or reference websites, who have summarized, or criticized, the authors you are dealing with. In effect, including such material defeats your purpose in completing your essay because you are essentially tel

Career plan

Paper No. 2: Career Plan: (10 points) This paper is designed to help you think through your own career path.  1) Start from what you have done already, by examining your past strengths and honestly assessing past liabilities.  If you have had academic or career difficulties, how did you overcome these adversities? What have you learned from them, and what steps have you taken and/or do you need to take to avoid these in the future?  2) Examine your strengths: academic, social and personal.  Consider how to use these strengths to get where you want to go.  3) Finally, where you want to go from here? Have you researched this career?  Do you know anyone who already works in this career? Do you have a mentor?  What are the many steps, large and small, you would need to take, and what is your plan to achieve them? How will you sustain your drive on your way to success? Who will help you? Is there a person who could get in the way in this momentum?  Ho

Admission essay


He stinks!- one girl screamed. I looked around and realized she was talking about a boy next to a window near our teachers desk. He is retarded, another girl told her, leave him alone. It was (....year) or around that time when there were no special education classes. I remember that boy was sitting always alone and sometimes he screamed or had tantrums. During other times he went to girls dress room before the PE class, hoping he could find any of them naked. No one paid attention at him and everyone knew that he would be working as a worker when he grows up.
I wanted to talk to him because I wanted to help. But how could I help if I was bullied myself. So, one time I was sitting alone on the bench and that boy was around. I asked him if he did his homework. He answered he never does his homework and he does not have to. He was repeating his grade twice and eventually they would let him go because they need labor in the country. I asked him why doesnt he want to try again and