Figures of Speech Harlem From the poem, Harlem, similes are the outstanding figurative language. Similes have been used in almost everywhere in the poem. The poet uses similes to refer to different contexts and relate the various objects in the poem. The poet artistically presents his opinions clearly and precisely through similes. The type of… Continue reading Figures of Speech summary
FEMINISM Views of Havel VS Cesaire Feminism, in general terms, is the notion of equal treatment of all sexes in matters to do with politics, economic, and social factors. Feminism has been adopted worldwide by individuals and institutions to meet human interests and rights (Ugur, 2017). According to Ugur (2017), Havel in the book, The… Continue reading FEMINISM: Views of Havel VS Cesaire
The explanatory gap The theory argues that certain neural activities are involved in or identical to the red sensation, based on its causative function, but for other reasons: the same neural activity is not involved in the blue sensation. I don’t know why they are the same. What is the meaning of red instead of… Continue reading The explanatory gap theory summary.
Public relation is expected to record big steps in its growth with five key areas being emphasized by James E. Grunig (2001) as presented here. Grunig believes that PR is going to shift practices from being an occupational body to a scholarly body concerned with creation of knowledge. Previously, PR has been an act that… Continue reading Public relation is expectations summary.
Global public relation is the new trend replacing the PR that used to get confined to the company’s borders only. Public relation has been implemented around the world by multinational organizations. This has contributed to rapid increase in development of diversity relations and multicultural public relations enabling effective dissemination and receiving of information from diverse… Continue reading Global public relation summary.
Introduction An explanatory gap is the lack of clarity or mental perception from a physical point of view. For example, suppose physics theory points out that pain is the same as a C-fiber stimulus. In that case, the gaps on either side of the identity make that identity a reality, that is, the sensation that… Continue reading Explanatory Gap and Eliminative Materialism
Auteur Narratives in Sunset Boulevard Sunset Boulevard is an American film noir directed by Billy Wilder and co-written and produced by Charles Bracket. The film stars William Holden and Gloria Swanson as Joe Gillis and Norma Desmond respectively. In the film, Erich von Stroheim plays Max Von Mayerling, a devoted butler. Other important stars include… Continue reading Auteur Narratives in Sunset Boulevard
Relationship maintenance strategies are the approaches an organization uses to keep an existing interaction more enjoyable by making communication instrumental in achieving this understanding. Organizations that focus on these maintenance strategies strongly anticipate substantial relationship characteristics with its publics like relational satisfaction, commitment, stability in their business operations, and trust building as well as showing… Continue reading Relationship maintenance strategies as used in organizations.
The two-way symmetrical objectives focus on calling public relations practitioner to perform the liaison functions between the organization and its publics other than being a persuader. This objective requires PR practitioners to remain consistent in being negotiators by utilizing communication as a tool to ensure mutual benefit to all parties and not just the organization… Continue reading the Public Relations Practitioners objectives