Assignment Now that you have read the above case study, you are a consultant who

Assignment
Now that you have read the above case study, you are a consultant who has been hired by Max and Sierra Roberts. As a consultant, you have been asked to review the facts and make suggestions on how the issues at Roberts Cellars can be resolved. Write your memo and address it to Max and Sierra Roberts.
When writing the memo you should provide a brief description of the problems. Identify the facts and discuss the key problems. Make recommendations evaluating the following:
• How should Roberts Cellars handle the TCA problem? Why do you advocate this direction?
• What roles should Max, Sierra, Nick and Lara play in finalizing the TCA problem?
• Acknowledging Max and Sierra’s desire for retirement, which sibling should lead the company? How would you recommend that the leader be prepared to assume the new role?
• Provide specific suggestions that will help solve the TCA client credibility problem and the leadership development matter, remembering that family ties are important to Max and Sierra.
In the closing cite the benefits of your recommendations. Remember, since you are consulting, you strive to gain additional business from the Roberts. Be succinct, truthful and tactful when making recommendations. Establish your credibility for future projects through your skillful analysis and solutions.

Assignment Now that you have read the above case study, you are a consultant who

Assignment
Now that you have read the above case study, you are a consultant who has been hired by Max and Sierra Roberts. As a consultant, you have been asked to review the facts and make suggestions on how the issues at Roberts Cellars can be resolved. Write your memo and address it to Max and Sierra Roberts.
When writing the memo you should provide a brief description of the problems. Identify the facts and discuss the key problems. Make recommendations evaluating the following:
• How should Roberts Cellars handle the TCA problem? Why do you advocate this direction?
• What roles should Max, Sierra, Nick and Lara play in finalizing the TCA problem?
• Acknowledging Max and Sierra’s desire for retirement, which sibling should lead the company? How would you recommend that the leader be prepared to assume the new role?
• Provide specific suggestions that will help solve the TCA client credibility problem and the leadership development matter, remembering that family ties are important to Max and Sierra.
In the closing cite the benefits of your recommendations. Remember, since you are consulting, you strive to gain additional business from the Roberts. Be succinct, truthful and tactful when making recommendations. Establish your credibility for future projects through your skillful analysis and solutions.

In this assignment, you will connect narratives or stories to issues of power an

In this assignment, you will connect narratives or stories to issues of power and critical intercultural communication.
1) You will be given two stories, and you should select one story of your choice to analyze (See attachment).
2) You will apply a critical intercultural communication perspective to concrete and embodied narratives.
3) You will reflect upon the dimensions in and insights proffered from analyzing narratives in relation to critical intercultural communication. More details will be discussed with specific instructions later.
In your paper, please use following prompt questions to guide you and analyze the story of your choice. The paper should not be written as a Q&A style. Instead, this is an small essay paper. Considering the following five guiding questions represent at least one paragraph each for your essay. This essay should be approximately 1000 words.
How does this mini-narrative illustrate the main concept of its chapter (*you may need to identify the specific concept that you want analyzed)?
What role did power play in the mini-narrative? How so?
What were the tensions and insights experienced by the individual in the mini-narrative?
How does a critical intercultural communication perspective shed light on this mini-narrative? What does such a perspective reveal about this mini-narrative?
How does that individual in the mini-narrative enact the ACT Framework For Intercultural Justice?
Please check “Guidelines of Typed Assignment” in your syllabus. Make sure you meet all requirements when you turn in the essay to me.
“Guideline of Typed Assignment”
All assignments and manuscripts must be typed and double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides,
using 12 point, Times New Roman font, in black ink. In this course, all your assignments need to follow
APA or MLA styles (https://library.laguardia.edu/help/cite/). You should also mention the basic
information (course number/name, your name, and date) on the left corner of first page. If your
assignments do not meet with the criteria above, I will not accept your assignments and that counts as
late work.

Consider and discuss Lisa Cook’s research, which shows how white supremacy, race

Consider and discuss Lisa Cook’s research, which shows how white supremacy, race discrimination and race based violence diminish the economy for all. What media solution strategies can reduce race based violence and foster healing? Discuss Hess and Ostrom’s idea that we need to preserve a Knowledge commons, a space “not for sale” and available to all. What primary concerns were raised in Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse?
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Written Piece: https://www.ontario.ca/page/ontarios-anti-black-racism-strategy T

Written Piece:
https://www.ontario.ca/page/ontarios-anti-black-racism-strategy
The statement of interest should have the following components:
(1) the name and proper citation of the written piece that you plan to explore in your essay (you
can choose from the list of texts suggested below or find one of your own, as long as it meets the
criteria outlined in the final assignment details) (1-2 sentences);
(2) a brief overview of the piece, why it interests you and why it is significant or timely (3-5
sentences);
(3) a discussion of how the piece you have chosen uses language to reproduce and/or challenge
power, discourses, traditional knowledge and/or representation (3-5 sentences).
Additionally, you should provide an annotated bibliography containing at least two (2) external
scholarly sources (not including course materials or Said’s work).
I have provided the two External Scholarly Sources below
Edward Said’s Claim:
As Edward Said (1979) writes in the introduction to his
book Orientalism, “European culture gained in strength and identity by setting itself off against
the Orient as a sort of surrogate and even underground self” (p. 3). Said also contends that
Orientalist discourse falsely produces the Orient as politically, socially and culturally inferior, so
that the authority and superiority of Western culture can be maintained.
In addition to relating the written piece to edward said’s claim and two external sources, I have also provided source content I would also like you to connect.

In this assignment, you will connect narratives or stories to issues of power an

In this assignment, you will connect narratives or stories to issues of power and critical intercultural communication.
1) You will be given two stories, and you should select one story of your choice to analyze (See attachment).
2) You will apply a critical intercultural communication perspective to concrete and embodied narratives.
3) You will reflect upon the dimensions in and insights proffered from analyzing narratives in relation to critical intercultural communication. More details will be discussed with specific instructions later.
In your paper, please use following prompt questions to guide you and analyze the story of your choice. The paper should not be written as a Q&A style. Instead, this is an small essay paper. Considering the following five guiding questions represent at least one paragraph each for your essay. This essay should be approximately 1000 words.
How does this mini-narrative illustrate the main concept of its chapter (*you may need to identify the specific concept that you want analyzed)?
What role did power play in the mini-narrative? How so?
What were the tensions and insights experienced by the individual in the mini-narrative?
How does a critical intercultural communication perspective shed light on this mini-narrative? What does such a perspective reveal about this mini-narrative?
How does that individual in the mini-narrative enact the ACT Framework For Intercultural Justice?
Please check “Guidelines of Typed Assignment” in your syllabus. Make sure you meet all requirements when you turn in the essay to me.
“Guideline of Typed Assignment”
All assignments and manuscripts must be typed and double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides,
using 12 point, Times New Roman font, in black ink. In this course, all your assignments need to follow
APA or MLA styles (https://library.laguardia.edu/help/cite/). You should also mention the basic
information (course number/name, your name, and date) on the left corner of first page. If your
assignments do not meet with the criteria above, I will not accept your assignments and that counts as
late work.

Instructions: Examine the Mastery Mini-Cases (listed below). Mark each item as:

Instructions:
Examine the Mastery Mini-Cases (listed below). Mark each item as: Clearly a conflict, Not a conflict, or Maybe a conflict. State the reasoning behind your classification of each case (The material you cite in your discussion/explanation can be material beyond Module 1 – However, you must use material from this module as a large part of your discussion/explanation – your submission should show mastery of course content.
*Writing Requirements:
3 pages, APA style (title page/reference list do not count towards page count)
*Links for the mastery mini-cases:
file:///Users/alexisbarton/Downloads/Managing%20Interpersonal%20Conflict_Donohue,%20Kolt,%201992_Chatper%201_Understanding%20the%20conflict%20episode%20(1).pdf
file:///Users/alexisbarton/Downloads/Personal%20Conflict%20Management_McCorkle,%20Reese,%202017_Chapter%201_Conflict%20in%20everyday%20life%20(1).pdf
Mastery Mini-Cases:
1. You are waiting to get your free tickets to a concert on campus. Four students arrive and get in line while thanking the person ahead of you for saving a place for them. You are very annoyed.
2. You have been planning for months to go home with your roommate over the holiday break and visit his family. One day, your roommate says you should “find something else to do over break because I’m going skiing with some friends.” You can’t believe he said this and hotly reply, “Hey, we’ve been planning our trip for months. If you switch out now because you got a better deal, you are a scumbag.”
3. You are house-training your puppy. He is far enough along to know what you want him to do, but he gets mad when you are gone all day and urinates on the kitchen floor.
4. A newly married couple differs on what to do with their money. He wants to save and invest to build wealth and buy items only when enough cash is saved to make the purchase. She wants to borrow money and get a new plasma television right now. They have the same conversation several nights in a row. After the last episode, he sleeps on the couch.
5. Two members of the debate team argue for and against changing national policies based on the effects of climate change.
6. You trip over an uneven sidewalk in front of the student union center and break your ankle. You are trying to decide whether to sue the university for damages.
7. Your sister keeps texting you about how crummy her car is. You realize that the reason he told you about her car problems was because she wanted to borrow your car again. You don’t want to lend it to her, so you actively avoid answering her texts or going places she might be for the next week.
8. Your professor makes a comment that people of “your generation,” as a whole, are less patriotic than her generation. You are offended and tell your friend about it.