Conflict communication issues

Please write an essay that analyzes different conflict communication issues and problems in the film THE ARMOR OF LIGHT. This essay should be 6 pages. The format for these essays will be as follows:

  • Write an introduction that engages the readers, provides background information about the film, frames it as a film worthy of an analysis of conflict communication, and offers a solid thesis statement about the film’s relevance to conflict communication. This introduction should be no more than one or two paragraphs.
  • The next paragraph should summarize a specific scene in the film and a theory, concept, or idea that either explains the conflict communication issues in the scene or potentially could resolve them. One paragraph of a scene summary and 2-3 paragraphs of analysis that follow are expected.
  • The above step should be repeated at least two more times but for a different scene but with the same theory, concept, or idea.
  • Write a conclusion that re-engages readers, restates your main points, and offers some actual conclusions and recommendations for moving forward.

Requirements: 6 pages

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Rev. Rob Schenck has defied the natural constituency of becoming an of-spoken minister and supporter of gun control. The reverend has been a long-time anti-abortion advocate, and the film begins with a short clip of him leading a peaceful demonstration against abortion laws in 1992. He is also the founder of a religious outreach group in Washington known as Faith and Action, which was formed after the shootings that occurred in 2013. He formed the group after he felt that it was not possible for him and his faith to live comfortably with the increasing laws and politics advocating the ownership and use of guns. Even with this staunch belief and fight against abortion, Rev. Rob Schenck is able to find common ground to work closely and effectively with Lucia McBath. Lucia McBath believes the opposite of what the reverend does because she is a staunch pro-choice and supports abortion laws and women’s rights to have access to safe and affordable abortion services.   The two activists are moved by a recent shooting of a young African American boy, Jordan Davis, who is the son of Lucia, after a short argument with a white man.

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Financial markets

There are different implications of running a company that is within or outside of the European Union. If you were the head of HOME DEPOT firm based in the United States, please answer the following questions, providing the rationale behind your answers:

  1. Would you seek to acquire a company within the European Union or outside of it? Why?
  2. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the choice you made.
  3. Describe the advantages and disadvantages inherent in the option you did not choose.
  4. Explain why an MNC may invest funds in a financial market outside its own country.
  5. Explain why some financial institutions prefer to provide credit in financial markets outside their own country
  6. Use the following outline to complete the assignment: Introduction, Literature Review, Research Methods, Discussion, Conclusion, References, and Appendix
  7. No Plagiarism
  8. Grading Criteria Percentage
    Deliverable requirements addressed; understanding of material and writer’s message and intent are clear 35%
    Scholarly research which supports writer’s position properly acknowledged and cited direct quotations may not exceed 10% of the word count of the body of the assignment deliverable (excluded title page, abstract or table of contents if used, tables, exhibits, appendices, and reference page(s). Inclusion of plagiarized content will not be tolerated and may result in adverse academic consequences. 20%
    Critical thinking: position is well justified; logical flow; examples 20%
    Structure: includes introduction and conclusion; proper paragraph format and reads as a polished, academic paper or professional presentation, as appropriate for the required assignment deliverable 10%
    Mechanical – no spelling, grammatical or punctuation errors 10%
    APA – deliverable is cited properly according to the APA Publication Manual 5%

Requirements: 5-7 Pages

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Planning is essential, especially when an organization wishes to expand its operations into a foreign location. One of the critical aspects of the planning process revolves around assessments of a strategy’s upsides and downsides. From the discussion in the previous section of the paper, one can easily deduce that acquiring a European company is better than failing to do so. This choice has its set of upsides and downsides. One of the advantages of this decision is that the company will get access to immense up-to-date data to inform its decision-making. According to Hill et al. (2017), unlike other regional blocks, the EU has a comprehensive guide that provides real-time updates on the economic conditions, the political climate, existing laws and regulations, and the investment opportunities in member countries.

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Film Analysis

1. Write a paper should answers the questions below.

Review Questions:

1. What is the true subject or theme of the film, and what kind of statement, if any, does the film make about the subject? Which elements and which scenes contribute most to addressing the theme of the film?

2. How do all of the separate elements of the film relate to and contribute to the theme, central purpose, or total effect?

Should answer following questions:

1.Narrative – The manner in which the story is told. What is the plot structure? Is it chronological or non-linear? Are there flashbacks or other narrative devices and why are they used?

2. Characters: Does the protagonist’s character arc as the film progresses. What events contribute to this change? What elements does the director use to illustrate the character of the protagonist?

3. Cinematography – The qualities of photography and lighting. Identify specific scenes and camera shots that you thought were particularly interesting. What feeling or mood was enhanced by camera framing and/or placement?

4. Editing – The pace and tempo, the use of transitions and the organization of the narrative. Identify any editing technique you thought was particularly interesting

5. Art Direction and Design – Locations, sets, effects, props, costumes, and make-up.

6. What scenes in the film show the director’s style and how do they show it? Give at least three examples.

7. What were your personal reactions to the film? What are your personal reasons for liking or disliking the film?

8. Through the theme of the film, try to combine it with some examples in real life to tell some problems in society.

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After leaving prison, Andy posed as the fake person whose name all the money he hid and laundered for warden Norton was deposited, took all the money, and fled to Mexico. In addition, Andy tips off law enforcement personnel to warden Norton’s illegal business ventures (Darabont, 1994). However, before the police officers arrest warden Norton, he shoots himself. Forty years pass, and Red finally manages to get released on Parole. After his release, Red visited the place in Buxton Andy had informed him about. After Red dug up under the oak tree, he discovered a box will money and a letter from Andy informing him to come to Zihuatanejo (Darabont, 1994). Red followed the directive, and he reunited with his friend Andy in Zihuatanejo.

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The Politics of Race

Cornell Notes are designed to help you succeed in this course. All four sections of the Cornell Notes must be completed correctly in order to receive credit. If any aspect of the Cornell Notes is not completed correctly, no credit will be given for
the entire Cornell Notes assignment. If Cornell Notes are complete, you will be assessed on the quality of your written responses. Please review the video on how to create Cornell Notes. I have also included a Cornell Notes template so that you will have a clear understanding of what is expected, particularly in terms of required formatting. At the top of the Cornell Notes you must include: your name, the Cornell Notes number, the chapter title and page number of the assigned
reading as required and as demonstrated in the Cornell Notes template in the “Getting Started” section of Canvas. There must be a space between each line linking the “Main Idea” with the “Notes” – points will be deducted if the required
format is ignored. You must link a Main Idea within the same row space(s) of a corresponding Main Note, and provide a row space between each row of a Main Idea and linked Main Note. Be sure to follow the video and template guidelines
for all Cornell Notes. Ability to examine intersectional oppressions simultaneously (race/ethnicity, gender, class, etc.)
Ability to relate formal instruction in Sociology to practical arenas of endeavor, e.g., career, activism, entrepreneurial, and others.

To be clear, you must use the instructions in the video link as a guide, however, you must also include the following instructions for Cornell Notes. In the summary 1) an analysis of what is being summarized and 2) your own ideas about the points made in the summary. Please see the Cornell Notes template for clarity regarding formatting. Credit will not be given for Cornell Notes that are not TYPED and submitted in PDF format! Cornell Notes that require downloading in order to review, will earn zero points

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The concept of objectivity in the journalism industry should be interrogated to determine whether it is a myth. The rules of being secretive about one’s identity are a weapon to silence sexuality within the heteronormative newsroom culture. The culture of homonormative journalism is pervasive within this industry. Black LGBT journalists are expected to adjust their identity toward employment. Otherwise, being explicit about one’s self-identity is perceived as offensive and destabilizes job security. The marginalized gay and lesbian journalists are thus discouraged from bringing perspectives about their identity to the newsroom. The journalism entities comprise mainly white men, while a low membership is recorded of people of color and LGBT. Strategies to address discrimination based on race and sexuality are scrutinized. Minimal opportunities are created to include employment and networking of LGBT journalists. Interventions are made by leadership in journalism to improve the diversity of the workforce. However, other stations address the issue by avoiding topics related to the LGBT agenda. The best solution is to educate the newsroom personnel about LGBT diversity and discrimination. This strategy effectively eliminates discrimination and prejudice against marginalized LGBT journalists. Despite these efforts, there are no transgender or transexual journalists at the significant new network entities and affiliates.

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German Expressionism

Identify three stylistic features of the scene that make this an example of “German Expressionism.” Explain how each stylistic feature functions to create a consistentmood and atmosphere throughout the scene. Write between 500 and 600 words.

Cabinet of Doctor Caligari: 43.47-46.54 [Please ignore the soundtrack on the version linked to on Youtube below. The original film was screened without recorded sound]

Requirements: 500-600
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Filmmakers in the WW1 era were affected by the government’s imposition to ban foreign films; this plight led to the birth of German expressionism, which they used in films to illustrate their dilemma as filmmakers. The director of the film Robert Riene successfully applies the elements of German expressionism in the film Cabinet of Doctor Caligari to create a horror film that the audience can relate with. The use of dark shadows and surreal imagery establishes a gothic horror atmosphere and creates characters who are depicted as dangerous.
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50 First Dates Movie Analysis

write a 5-6 page review, including a detailed and insightful discussion that includes the following: The movie chosen : 50 first dates

  1. Give the title of movie, a short summary of the movie’s plot and main characters.
  2. Provide a summary of the disorder portrayed in this film and describe the character in the movie with that disorder.
    1. Indicate which DSM criteria were and were not portrayed in the film. Were there other disorders that might be diagnosed? Which ones and why?
    2. Were any causes of the disorder suggested in the film? If so, what? If not, what do you think best explains the causes of their disorder?
    3. What types of treatment, if any, did the person in this film receive? Provide specific examples.
    4. Is this form of treatment typical? Was it effective?
    5. If they received no treatment, what do you think they would have benefited from?
  3. Analyze the portrayal of the disorder by the character in the movie.
    1. Was the disorder portrayed accurately? Explain.
    2. Were the problems portrayed by the character true to the disorder? Explain with examples from the movie.
    3. Were the reactions of the other actors to the character realistic/authentic? Provide examples.
    4. Would you recommend it to others wanting to learn about the disorder? Why/why not?
    its called 50 first dates with Adam Sandler

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Based on the film, the disorder was caused by head trauma due to the tragic accident in which Lucy was involved a year ago (Peter, 2004). That made her lose her long and short-term memory. Anterograde amnesia is caused by many reasons, such as Alzheimer’s disease, brain aneurysms, drugs and medication, head injuries such as traumatic bread injuries, and brain tumors. Memory loss is prevalent with these conditions because they affect specific areas of the brain, which makes it stop working. The disability model displayed in the film is the affirmation model of disability, described as “a non-tragic view of disability and impairment. This model is manifested since Lucy had all the physically attributed functioning, which made the neurologist believe that it would be best for Lucy to live within the hospital environment, where she could practice an art that is instrumental for her ability to live at least a high quality of life.

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Governmental Accounting

Please watch this film called “Babette’s Feast”

Please write a blog post responding to one of the following prompts (500-1500 words).

1. Address how Axel’s film adaptation of “Babette’s Feast” frames spirituality and sensuality through the titular feast.

2. Address how Axel’s film adaptation of “Babette’s Feast” frames community through its depiction of insiders and outsiders.

3. Explore how Axel’s film tells the story visually versus through dialogue or voice over narration

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As intimated in the paper’s introductory section, the subject article analyzes the confusion surrounding who should develop accounting standards to regulate governmental accounting. According to O’Donoghue and Hardiman (1989), the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) was created in 1984. Furthermore, during its establishment, the Financial Accounting Foundation granted GASB the power to develop generally accepted accounting principles (GAAPs) for governmental entities. Despite having this authority, O’Donoghue and Hardiman (1989) lament that GASB has failed to fully use it. GASB only reacted after the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released three standards aimed at governmental entities. According to O’Donoghue and Hardiman (1989), had the GASB failed to issue its standards, those issued by the FASB would have applied to governmental entities.

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Holocaust films from the perspective of children

Because I’m now writing a dissertation, the total will be 10500 words. Right now I provide an outline of the introduction and 2 chapters. Please write about 3000 words for each chapter, and the introduction is about 800 words. Total is 6800-7000 words. For each chapter use 10 references. (Please try your best to find the source from these websites: Jstor, google scholar, Proquest, and online library)

Note: You don’t need to write the conclusion for this Paper for now, it will be next time.

1. Please watch 3 films: that are all about Holocaust films from the perspective of children: Boy in the Striped Pajamas(2008), Le Voyage de Fanny (2016), Un sac de Billes (2017)

And please follow my outline and questions, if you have more deep thinking, you could add more points. It’s very important to me, the paper should be more analytical than descriptive, more deep thinking and focus on the main point and title.

I have attracted my outline below, Please read it carefully, and I have uploaded several articles below which is related to Chapter 1, please read them and use them as references.

Next time would be revised the first parts you hand on to me, and I will provide chapter 3 and the conclusion outlines. You can continue working on it.

Requirements: 6800-7000

Hi, as I mentioned, for this cooperation, you only need to write the introduction and Chapters 1 and 2, I will send you the Chapter 3 outline now, just to let you know what is going on following, it might help your thesis statement , but you don’t need to write the Chapter 3 and conclusion.



  • Morality in Jewish Holocaust Films
  • Although few people are unadulterated heroes or villains, historical dramas rarely acknowledge these ‘grey zones’ and instead offer moral absolutes. Thus, the traditional narrative binary opposition (Friend – Enemy) is mitigated in children’s movies without the need to convey traumatic memories through overly realistic war movies.

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas(2008)

Un sac de Billes (2017)


: Fanny’s Journey (2016)…

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Jewish holocaust films hold a crucial place in cinematic history, providing a poignant medium to bear witness to one of the darkest chapters in human history. The Holocaust, a genocide campaign orchestrated by the Nazis and their collaborators between 1941 and 1945, led to the systematic extermination of approximately 6 million Jews and millions of others, including Roma people, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, and political dissidents (Weissman, 2004). These films not only serve as a means of remembrance but also as powerful educational tools to ensure that future generations understand the horrors of the past and strive to prevent such atrocities from happening again. Within the genre of Jewish holocaust films, a notable and deeply significant category emerges the films from the perspective of the children.

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Prejudice and discrimination

This assignment requires you to watch the film The Day it Snowed in Miami. Then, you are to “google” the internet and see what else you can learn about these issues.

Write a 2-page response. Should use proper APA citations. You should respond formally. You should cite your sources using the formal standards: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 2020, Seventh Edition.

You are expected to write a short paper in response to the movie and your searches and to answer the questions noted below:

  1. Prejudice and Discrimination (paragraph One)
    • Prejudice and Discrimination based on differences
    • Role of law and society to address prejudice and discrimination in American tradition
    • Your perspective as to why this is important
    • Using LGBTQ issues as an example, this paper will review some aspects of LGBTQ history to provide a greater understanding of policy and practice followed by my personal summative reflections.
  2. LGBTQ History in general (a few paragraphs to address the following questions)
    • Discrimination against the LGBT community was prevalent in post-war America, and the John’s Committee was one such example.
      • What occurred? Why is this important? What do you think about it?
      • What was Stonewall and the related riots, and why is this significant?
      • What happened on the day it snowed in Miami in 1977? Who were Ruth and Richard Shack as well as Anita Bryant? What occurred that led to the repeal of the human rights ordinance?
      • It took another 21 years for the ordinance to resurface and pass in 1998. The Human Rights Ordinance of 1998 protected gay men and lesbians, but not those in the transgender community.
        • What occurred during this period that was so significant in Miami? In the country?
      • What occurred in 2014 to protect those based on gender identity (Links to an external site.)? Should anything more be done to protect members of the LGBT community from discrimination?
  3. Your last paragraph or two will start with the following statement prior to you sharing your thoughts and opinions on this topic.
    • Greater awareness of this LGBTQ history allows me to have an expanded appreciation of the role of prejudice and discrimination over time in American society as an individual as well as a professional social worker.
    • You will now provide your personal and professional summative reflections on issues of prejudice and discrimination as well as LGBTQ issues addressing the following four (4) CSWE competencies
      • Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior
      • Engage in Policy Practice
      • Engage in Diversity and Difference
      • Advance Human Rights and social, economic and environmental justice
      • Note: A Summative Reflection is a way for students to explain how they have met the required competencies by reflecting on each chosen learning product and their field practicum experience, and how they both have aided the students in attaining the competencies. Students also must reflect upon their professional growth in the Program.

Requirements: 2-3

Civil Rights Review

The Civil War ended slavery in the United States in 1865, but it did not end discrimination against African Americans in American society. There were many federal and state laws, as well as local ordinances, which addressed these issues to varying degrees. Discrimination, as well as “Jim Crow laws,” kept discrimination steady and alive against the African American community despite political progress. It was not until the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s that massive nonviolent protests led to some groundbreaking legislation and numerous changes. It was not until the passage of the Civil Rights Act (1964) that segregation in public places ended, and employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin across the United States was banned.

The African American community was not alone in facing discrimination during this period. Gay men and lesbians were subject to discrimination as well. In 1969, at a New York City bar called Stonewall, the LGBT community fought back against hatred, and this is often credited with starting the country’s first LGBT Civil Rights movement. In 1977, Miami was one of the country’s first cities to protect individuals based on their “affectional preferences,” and an ordinance was passed by Ruth Shack to protect gay men and lesbians. However, a “backlash,” led by Anita Bryant, ensued and rolled back these legal protections. It was not until 1998 that the ordinance again passed, and in 2014 when it was modified to include those based on gender identity.

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As an individual and a professional social worker, having a better understanding of LGBTQ history allows me to have a better understanding of the role of prejudice and discrimination in American culture over time. I have realized that the reinstated equal rights of the LGBTQ promoted ethical and professional behaviors in public and private entities by reinforcing equal opportunities in employment, housing, and social activities. I believe such measures promote inclusivity in workplaces and social events. In this case, minority groups, including the LGBTQ, get to enjoy their freedoms without the fear of losing jobs or housing due

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Disney animated movie



In one page provide an overview of the character, including the character’s name, age (or age range), career, social circles, relationships/family, likes, and dislikes.

You will need to use at least 1 article, your reflection paper should include in-text citations for the referenced article.

Should be: APA format, double spaced, times new roman, 12 font.

Requirements: 1 PAGe

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Rapunzel is seen as energetic, brilliant, kind, cheerful, and highly adventurous during her late teens, but somehow naive. Nevertheless, she is not scared to rise strongly for herself when the circumstance calls for courage. Despite spending all of her childhood secluded in a tower with hardly anything to do, she is well versed in literature and skilled in practically all fields like music and baking (Herani & Rachmijati, 2019). She is also well versed in sophisticated disciplines like astronomy, as demonstrated by her perfectly charted astronomical trends.

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