Project #161342 - Three Questions

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Subject General
Due By (Pacific Time) 12/22/2016 11:00 pm

1. As you read in Chapter 10, global risks will continue to occur. Look at one of the risk areas (e.g., economic, environmental, geopolitical, societal, and technological) and consider a topic of future ethical consideration. Define and describe the ethical issue.  Using terms from the chapter, describe what considerations should be in place.

2. Is there such a thing as the universal moral code regardless of one’s culture? Considering many companies are now operating globally please address the ethical issues surrounding global operations and he concept of corporate responsibility in lieu of emerging global issues. Please provide some specific examples especially focusing on companies which experienced difficulty with this very issue.

Please use at least two sources in your discussion.

3.  “We Real Cool” and “My Papa’s Waltz” in your textbook. You are also required to listen to “We Real Cool” and “My Papa’s Waltz” before completing. These clips demonstrate the importance of performance, rhythm, and musicality in the poetic form. Write: Part One – Answer the following questions about one of the poems based on your reading of them:

  • Identify the theme of the poem. How do you know this is the theme?
  • Define the poetic devices (e.g., rhythm, figurative language, etc.) used in the poem. Offer at least two examples.
  • Analyze how these poetic devices contribute to the development of the poem’s message.
  • Support your ideas with textual details and analyses.

Part Two – Describe your listening experience of the same poem you wrote about above. If you are unable to listen to these poems due to an auditory impairment, please reach out to your instructor for an alternative prompt for this discussion. Respond to at least two of the following questions:

  • How did hearing the poem recited aloud compare to a silent reading of it?
  • Did the performance highlight certain words or phrases that were not as apparent in a silent reading?
  • Did the pace change and, if so, how did it change your understanding of the poem?
  • Did words have different connotations when spoken aloud, and, if so, what kind(s) of connotation did you associate with the poem?
  • Do you think reading poetry aloud is a worthwhile endeavor when analyzing it? Why, or why not?

 

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