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Hi everyone.  I have your second writing assignment ready to go, and this one will be worth 25% of your overall grade.  This will also mark the end of our time with Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs, so your next reading assignment will come from Eating the Dinosaur.  I hope you enjoyed the book!  So, your prompt.  

In the essays I had you read leading up to this assignment, Klosterman situates pop culture within a larger conversation about race and consumption, economics/class and consumption. In other words, Klosterman thinks (and I agree with him, as do basically all other cultural studies scholars/critics) that pop cultural artifacts are consciously designed with a white audience in mind, and that then goes on to be (one of the guiding) principles of how pop culture is run, regardless of audience intent in their watching/listening/buying of pop cultural artifacts.  You can see it in everything, even in hip-hop (what some might say to be a very specific cultural type of art), in that the large majority of hip-hop buyers/listeners comes from white suburban boys/men.  Klosterman (especially in “33”) makes it clear that he thinks that, when we grow up, we are expected to align ourselves with a certain type of person as seen in various pop culture artifacts (whether that person is an athlete, a pop star, a television character, a writer, etc) so that the art we consume can become more personal.  Indeed, that is one of the very points of pop culture and its power–the ability it has (and what it needs) to turn the impersonal personal.  For this assignment I want you to think about the pop culture material that you consume, that you enjoy, that you think about.  Watch TV, watch movies, listen to music, and make a note of what you see.  This happens particularly on popular (mainstream) TV, but it happens everywhere, so it’s unavoidable. It is dominated by whiteness.  All of it, whiteness everywhere.  It’s not exclusively white, of course, but it is absolutely predominantly white.  Pop culture depends upon its audiences to buy it and the products within it; and if you take popular TV, film, music as an indication, the makers and keepers of pop culture must assume that it is white people who are watching, or at least white people buying–the implications of this are profound.  So I want you to think about, then to write about (using Klosterman as your guide, as well as your source) these implications.

In a 3 page minimum (double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt font, 1″ margins all around) paper I want you to write about what you think this all means.  What do non-white audiences do with this (very) white material?  If the point of pop culture is in part to find common ground with the characters you see, what does it mean that the VERY large majority of those characters are white; what does it mean especially if you are a non-white consumer of pop culture?  Do you feel that pop culture in this way fails those who are not white, and those who are not privileged enough to find (actual) common ground with the characters on TV, film?  I have always been so interested in these questions, and it fascinates me to hear from students who are very invested in pop culture as pop culture is connected to race.  So this paper should touch upon all of these issues–the largest one being: what are the real-life consequences of what seems to be a very race-specific agenda by those who design the material that we all (regardless of race) consume?  What are the consequences in the mind of the non-white consumer who must consume white pop culture in order to fit in with the people around us who are also consuming this white pop culture?  

So go and watch TV, watch movies, and think about this stuff.  It’s everywhere, and I want to know your thoughts on this.  Be as creative as you can, be as detailed as you can (LOTS of detail, specific shows, specific films, specific characters, your relationship to these things), and use Klosterman to help.  And again, this paper will be worth 25% of your overall grade for the semester.

It will be due Saturday, July 22 by 11:59 p.m.  No late papers accepted.  

P.S.  If you want a couple examples of shows that address this problem, I highly recommend watching BlackishFresh Off the Boat, and ESPECIALLY Master of None (on Netflix) and Atlanta (on FX on demand, or rent on Amazon).  All are excellent texts (shows) that are in the conversation about race on television, and they are shows that absolutely face these issues head-on. 

Hi everyone.  I have your second writing assignment ready to go, and this one will be worth 25% of your overall grade.  This will also mark the end of our time with Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs, so your next reading assignment will come from Eating the Dinosaur.  I hope you enjoyed the book!  So, your prompt.  

In the essays I had you read leading up to this assignment, Klosterman situates pop culture within a larger conversation about race and consumption, economics/class and consumption. In other words, Klosterman thinks (and I agree with him, as do basically all other cultural studies scholars/critics) that pop cultural artifacts are consciously designed with a white audience in mind, and that then goes on to be (one of the guiding) principles of how pop culture is run, regardless of audience intent in their watching/listening/buying of pop cultural artifacts.  You can see it in everything, even in hip-hop (what some might say to be a very specific cultural type of art), in that the large majority of hip-hop buyers/listeners comes from white suburban boys/men.  Klosterman (especially in “33”) makes it clear that he thinks that, when we grow up, we are expected to align ourselves with a certain type of person as seen in various pop culture artifacts (whether that person is an athlete, a pop star, a television character, a writer, etc) so that the art we consume can become more personal.  Indeed, that is one of the very points of pop culture and its power–the ability it has (and what it needs) to turn the impersonal personal.  For this assignment I want you to think about the pop culture material that you consume, that you enjoy, that you think about.  Watch TV, watch movies, listen to music, and make a note of what you see.  This happens particularly on popular (mainstream) TV, but it happens everywhere, so it’s unavoidable. It is dominated by whiteness.  All of it, whiteness everywhere.  It’s not exclusively white, of course, but it is absolutely predominantly white.  Pop culture depends upon its audiences to buy it and the products within it; and if you take popular TV, film, music as an indication, the makers and keepers of pop culture must assume that it is white people who are watching, or at least white people buying–the implications of this are profound.  So I want you to think about, then to write about (using Klosterman as your guide, as well as your source) these implications.

 

 

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English world literature

Claude Monet’s Water Lilies and the Japanese Bridge (1899) to the ideas and images in Jorge Luis Borges’ “The Garden of Forking Paths.”

 

please If you are not English majo dont wast your time unless English is your first language!!

 

first attached file has the explanation and sources needed 

 

the second one has assignment instructions 

 

please go over both files before contacting me 

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MGMT 4300 ( Can you write one letter summary of that attained)?

 

I went to one lecther in the CSUB, and there was one man he spoke about HR in that class. He said he worked in the restraint, and he was student in CSUB. In addition, he went to school in Bakersfield, and he asked him if he can work something in his school. He was full time student in his school, and he had job in that time and he has family in that time. That was very difficult, and he said to do good resume. He said we need to rebait our skills, and he talked we have to know all together. He said to try to talk with new person every week. He gave example of engineering manger. He said to student learn in school how you can take job. If you take HR class we will have to know how we can make communicate. If I have to know my manger and my supervisor they know about HR or no. My instructor said to student we have to make shock hand with that speaker, and interested my self to that person. I told him I graduated from Dammam College in Saudi Arabia and Butte College in Chico and Oroville city in CA. Moreover, I worked in Saudi Britch Bank in Saudi Arabia, and he told me I have experience, and good certificate. He told me I can collect all these and I can work in here in America or in Saudi Arabia.  

 

These are some question he asked inside the class.

 

What is not working or network?

 

Do I need to talk to the receptions?

 

How you can take job?

 

How we can work with difficult people?

 

How we can mental change?  

 

How we can care about stuff?  

 

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5 Pages Project Proposal Argument to solve the problem of Child Abuse in USA

    Compose a proposal argument based on your deeper understanding

 

    state your thesis and explain after doing some research

 

    Spend time doing some research about the topic

    include an interview, statistics, survey questions, demographics

    include references and work cited.

 

 this attached article may help you out

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Analyze report

Hello, 

 

I need ANALYTIC REPORT about 16 pages by Wednsday. 

 

I want an APA format, I want either violence at workplace or case of sexual harassment just focus on one or two cases and discuss it. I want also only causal analysis, you should focus in one analysis

 

 

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Essay 2 FOR MICHAEL SMITH

IT IS ABOUT A WORD THAT HAD CHANGED ITS MEANING THROUGH TIME

 

I CHOSE THE WORD HOSPITAL

 

ADD WORKS CITED

 

AND IT NEED TO BE DONE WITH MLA STYLE

 

IT NEED TO BE 3 AND HALF PAGES.

 

 

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I want this homework to be done after 3 hours

You will be writing four papers for this class. Each paper will consist of four (4) articles for The Practical Skeptic Reading in Sociology.

 

 

 

      For this writing assignment you will select 4 (four) different articles that appeal to you the most about issues related to from The Practical Skeptic Reading in Sociology for each paper. (Four papers due for this course). The papers should be at least six pages long, but not more than six. (1 Cover page, 4/5 body of the paper, and a 1 reference page = 6 or 7 pages). All papers must be typed 12 font, Times New Roman, double space and follow APA 6th edition writing requirements. No Abstract page required.

 

            The paper must follow APA  format. You must have a title page and a reference page. A minimum of six pages and a maximum of seven pages, including a title page and reference page

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For this assignment, you will need to read and engage with Chapter 6, 8 or 9 of Christian Fuch’s Social…

For this assignment, you will need to read and engage with Chapter 6, 8 or 9 of Christian Fuch’s Social Media: A Critical Introduction.

In these chapters, Fuch’s analyzes Google, Twitter and Wikileaks respectively.

After reading the chapters, select ONE of the organizations and identify an issue that he covers in the chapter and use that as the focus of this assignment. For example, in the Google chapter he focuses on Google’s working conditions (amongst others), and in the Twitter chapter the effectiveness of Twitter’s role in the public sphere.

After selecting the organization and topic, search online for videos, documents, press releases, news articles blogs etc. that do one of two things.

  1. Focuses on the ways in which these organizations choose to self-present. What sort of image does each organization construct of itself? What does the organization choose to highlight? The articles you select here should either come directly from the organization or should represent writing that perhaps is drawing from interviews or other settings where the organization has made a direct statement on its stance. Hint: A good place to start here is with the organization’s own website. You should select at least 3 artifacts.
  2. The next set of artifacts (videos, documents, articles, etc) should take a critical stance on the same issue. These will generally come from external sources. A library search might be helpful here. Again select at least 3 artifacts.

Once you have your artifacts, you will write a 4-5 page paper that evaluates the arguments made from both perspectives and culminates with your own stance.

What I am looking for here is the ability to synthesize the argument of others and to make your own argument after critical engagement with others’ perspective. It should be very evident in your paper that you have read the chapter, and that you have done some additional research.

As always, you will be graded on the following criteria

  1. Evidence that the reading has been incorporated into your argument
  2. The sophistication of your argument
  3. Language and grammar.

 

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