Explain the theory and show how the theory helps understand the experiences of the main character.

Organization: Introduction (Hook, Direct & Academic Thesis Statement, Statement of Main Ideas), body,
conclusion, and references, using APA
Length: 10 minutes

Components (narrative): A desсrіption of the “essence” of the story; some background (culture, history, of setting, etc.); a desсrіption of the characters and their relationships to one another; a discussion on how the main character developed into the person he or she was. Be certain to document your discussion of the novel with the appropriate use of APA for paraphrasing, quotations, and references.

Analysis: Use one of the theories from the course/text book to analyze/discuss, with specific examples from both the novel and the theory, the main character in terms of her or his cross-cultural interaction and/or multicultural identity. Explain the theory and show how the theory helps understand the experiences of the main character. Give examples from the theory and specific examples of the main character’s experiences that illustrate the theory. Be certain to document your theory from class with the appropriate use of APA for paraphrasing, quotations, and references.

Fifty percent of the presentation should be about the components section and fifty percent should be about the analysis section.
Format: You prepare and conduct an individual presentation (10 minutes).

Guidelines:
Please follow the Guidelines in the section for your presentation:
The delivery of your Power Point presentation (8-10 slides) needs to be 10 minutes in length. On each slide, please keep the amount of text to a minimum. For example, an approach with two to three lines with one to three words per line is usually considered professional in the U.S. and required for this presentation.
Additionally for the actual presentation, you must speak directly to the audience. Be sure to stand out with the audience and Not behind the computer or a table. Also, please remember to have eye contact. If this is new for you, you can look at the back wall, just above everyone’s heads, and it will appear as if you are having eye contact with the audience. Some hand gestures are also recommended. Walking around a little is often considered a good approach for this style of presentation.
What is more, you may use one note card for your presentation to make reference to; reading your presentation is Not allowed. Bear in mind to make this a standard professional U.S. style presentation as described in these Guidelines.
No reading is allowed for the presentation.
Attendance at all presentations is required of each student.

Visual Aid: You must have a Power Point for your presentation. Use two or three bullet points (lines) with two or three words in general to limit the amount of language in your Power Point so that the audience focuses on you, the presenter. On each slide, for all paraphrasing and quoting, you are required to use APA in-text citations, and references.
Images/Photos/Clip Art: You are required to use your own original photography and/or art work. Taking a picture of only the cover of your book could likely constitute a copyright violation. If your book is in a setting with other items, e.g. on a desk with a coffee cup, etc., it would likely be okay to include in your presentation. In addition, due to very possible copyright violations, you are Not allowed to copy pictures, photos and clip art off of the internet because most are copyrighted. You must use your own original work.

Evaluation: creativity; clarity; depth of exploration of issues; themes; culture; etc.; various perspectives presented. Be sure to show the class what you really enjoyed learning about in the novel, enticing them to read it as well.

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Provide the background of the organisations and their stakeholders.

PURPOSE
The objective of this assignment is to analyse the importance of corporate communication in developing or maintaining positive corporate brand image and reputation for an organisation ethically.

REQUIREMENT
Identity, image and reputation is the most critical part of any corporate communication function for an organisation. The explosion of new digital communication technologies has contributed to the growing number of organisation in recognizing the values and need of having strong corporate communication. For these reasons, companies are structuring their budget and internal structures accordingly.

Based on the above statement, prepare the following:
1. Search THREE research articles/journal articles related to Corporate Communication Read the articles, and in your own words, discuss the roles and functions of corporate communication being discussed in the articles of your choice.

2. Choose TWO prominent organisations available in Malaysia. Each organisation must be from different categories. For e.g. media company and petroleum company; OR telco company and cosmetic company, etc. Based on the selected organisations:
i. Provide the background of the organisations and their stakeholders.
ii. Analyse how these TWO organisations use corporate communication to develop their positive corporate brand image and reputation. Provide real examples related to the organisations.
iii. Compare the corporate communication strategies applied by both organisations to develop their corporate brand image and reputation.
iv. To what extent the strategies applied by these organisations successful and maximize the new technologies in developing their corporate brand image and reputation? Justify your answers with actual examples.
v. Which strategy do you think is most effective? Why?

3. If you were given an opportunity to work with those organisations, suggest how would you help them to develop or enhance its brand image and reputation among its stakeholders.

Research the culture using library resources, interviews etc. to find out what the culture is really like.

Cultural Exploration Exploration: Using the information covered in class about culture, you will explore a culture. You may choose from any culture outside of American culture or your own culture. Find a movie and examine what the movie portrays about this culture. Research the culture using library resources, interviews etc. to find out what the culture is really like. Compare and contrast your findings with the media’s portrayal of the culture. You will clearly state how the knowledge found during your research will help increase communication effectiveness with this culture (what did you learn that will help you with intercultural communication). You can use categories like family interactions, power distribution, gender roles, verbal, and nonverbal etc. to discuss the media’s portrayal of the culture and your research. You need at least five sources for this paper. Submit the paper online with a work cited page or bibliography. MLA or APA are acceptable. Paper: 3-5 pages typed 12pt font. You will be graded on: whether the paper conforms to the above mentioned guidelines whether the paper is well organized with a thesis, preview, developed main points, and conclusion. whether you have used sufficient examples from the movie to illustrate your understanding of the media’s portrayal of the culture. whether your paper is free from excessive grammatical and spelling errors. Movie suggestions ( you are not limited to these suggestions): Mississippi Masala, Come See the Paradise, El Norte, China Girt, The Wedding Banquet, Nueba Yol, Witness, Green Card, My Family, Someone Else’s America, I like It Like That, My big Fat Greek Wedding, The Joy Luck Club, Rush Hour, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Be sure to select a work with a fair amount of interaction between the characters.

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Paper 7: Final Problem-Solving Researched Proposal (20%) A persuasive researched-based proposal addressed to a specific, named decision maker (that is, a person who has the authority to implement a recommended solution to a specified problem), stating a REAL, managerial problem that affects a group in your local area (NOT a national or international issue of large-scale complexity with no single decision maker). This problem could be in your workplace or school, church, or volunteer organization, or any other entity governed by some specific decision maker who has the authority to approve and implement your recommended solution. Your proposal must offer an ORIGINAL solution to the decision-maker (not simply endorse a solution some other person or group has advocated), and be presented in at least 3,500 but no more than 5,000 words (for the aggregate “package”), including, in this order: Letter of Transmittal to the external decision maker OR Routing Slip to the internal decision maker via any required intermediate approval stops Title Page (listing the decision maker’s name and title, the title of your proposal, your name and position, and the date) Executive Summary (the revised and graded version of your Discussion Topic response) Table of Contents (listing every section and beginning page number) List of Illustrations (the illustration/graphics titles and page numbers where your illustrations/graphics appear –– NOT the actual illustrations themselves) Introduction A series of Text sections separated by specific headings and including at least two integrated and sourced illustration/graphic aids (that is, incorporated on the same pages that discuss each) and in-text APA-format citations reporting at least eight external references that are listed alphabetically in the Works Cited page. Conclusion(s) Recommendations – a series of step-by-step actions for the decision maker to take to implement your proposed solution An APA-style References page (so titled) with at least eight alphabetically-listed references in APA format (must follow APA format guidelines and must consist of at least three different TYPES of sources such as web, memo, regulation, newspaper, journal, book, or magazine – no more than three of any given type, except no more than two personal interviews). ALL references MUST be used in in-text APA-style citations in the body of the report. In-text citations contain the first word of the References entry and the page number, in parentheses. Although APA rules specify otherwise, please source interviews on the Reference page for grading ease. Graphics/illustrations MUST NOT be on stand-alone pages, only on the page with text that refers to them specifically. NO “clip art” accepted as one of the two required graphics/illustrations, but may be used in addition; graphics/illustrations must contribute something not explained by text alone. Graphics/illustrations created by you should be labeled “(Author)”; those created by you from another source, such as statistics you found in an article, should be labeled: “(Author, derived from Jones 3)” where Jones is the author and the 3 is the page number where input for that graphic is found. More than the maximum of any kind of reference can be used, if necessary – the additional sources just don’t count toward the total of eight in combination required. “Internet” sources are references found ONLY on the Internet; a newspaper article obtained from the paper’s website counts as a newspaper article, not as an Internet reference. Internet sources MUST be included on the References page, with each entry stating the author (if available), selection title, the home page title, the date of your access, the date of publication, in addition to the URL (in the order specified by the APA guidelines). Researched sources in this proposal are used to (1) prove that there IS a problem, (2) prove that inaction will impact lives negatively, (3) prove that the proposed solution is feasible, and/or (4) prove that the recommended action will eliminate the problem. PAGINATION: Neither the Letter of Transmittal (or Routing Slip) or Title page contain page numbers. The Executive Summary through the List of Illustrations are lower case Roman numerals. The first page of the report is not numbered. Page two of the report through the end of the document are labeled with Arabic numerals. Location on the page is up to the writer, but should be consistent. If the pagination feature of your word processor proves too troublesome, simply insert the page numbers manually (followed by a hard-page return to assure that the page numbers appear where they should). PEER REVIEW of this project will be accomplished by your drafting an Executive Summary in advance of creating this report and sharing the draft Executive Summary in the corresponding Discussion Forum. Grading criteria: Contains ALL listed components in proper order, and developed according to the descriptions in the requirements. Executive Summary addresses purpose (a PROPOSAL – not a “report” –– to address a problem), the problem, its impact, the proposed solution, and the decision maker’s required steps to eliminate the problem by implementing the proposed solution Proposal written TO the decision maker, not ABOUT him or her States a specific, REAL, managerial problem that requires correction by the decision maker Written to express what is to be done to correct the problem, NOT suggesting what “will be written” at some later date Offers a specific solution, not a request for the decision maker to do research and then decide what to do Requests specific action from specific decision maker that will solve the problem by implementing the recommended solution, not by performing additional research Does not use passive voice or terms such as “we” or “our” to mask the writer’s true role in producing the proposal (using those terms will result in a 75 percent reduction in the grade) Contains at least eight external sources of three different types (but no more than two interviews), and uses all eight (or more) in APA-style in-text citations –– if no research is supplied, or only half the required sources, the resulting grade will be an “F” Both in-text citations and References page are in APA format Contains no spelling, grammar, structure, or usage issues Contains section headings that match section titles in Table of Contents and occur on the page numbers specified in the Table of Contents Because each problem-solution is unique and each decision maker uniquely placed, there is no “model” for this assignment. The list of components and the order stated form the model for all such approaches to this assignment. The form of your proposal should be tailored to meet the needs of the specific decision maker and thus this proposal becomes a test of your ability to write managerial correspondence designed to change lives.