My Communication In Discipline By Brian Martin

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After taking (In) English 102 I learned the difference between paraphrasing and plagiarism. After reading an article written by Brian Martin I wrote a research journal that (outlined) how his article helped me understand this distinction. In my article I wrote “After reading the article written by Brian Martin I learned how it is important to know the difference between paraphrasing and plagiarizing, while many people lack the to understand the difference between paraphrasing and plagiarizing Brian martin very easily draws a line and helps his readers to understand that why it is important for writers to know the difference and how they can avoid making such mistake, his discussion about how plagiarism should not be just limited on school levels…show more content…
Apply effective principles relevant to the content, organization, channel, and tone/style for the following types of business communication. Use a reader-friendly approach to balance the needs of the audience with the desires of the sender to produce messages that are clear, complete, compelling, concise, and correct, learn strategies and assessment. Find and properly incorporate secondary research. Develop and present an oral presentation for a targeted audience using effective delivery techniques and visual aids. The connection between my CID and English 101 & 102 is that all these classes help me to design, draft, and edit a variety of business message types. Use a reader-friendly approach to balance the needs of the audience with the desires and objectives of the writer and develop and give an oral business presentation using effective visual aids. As I mentioned earlier the two main things I learned in English 102 are rhetorical analysis and the difference between paraphrasing and plagiarism. These are the most important things I learned in this class and will always consider before writing an article or…show more content…
America’s relationship with racial minorities, religious minorities, and immigrants has subsided and flowed with time, ranging from acceptance to fear. Since white Europeans first landed in North America the persecution of “the other” followed and continues today. It’s been nearly 151 years since The Civil War ended, but the battle between the races rages on. While many people in South embrace Confederate flag as a sign of heritage, many in the African American community view it as a symbol of hate. America clearly has a problem when it comes to minorities and yet no one has the solution to the problem. Still to date African-Americans are viewed as a thief, Mexicans are viewed as a rapist or a drug dealer and Muslims are viewed as a terrorist. Race or racial ideology runs deep in American history and culture. In certain ways, it’s at the core of American political culture. America’s identity is shaped by race. So, given its significance in our history, it’s not surprising that it continues to be relevant. In my article, I will highlight the recent events that took place in America and how they were presented in the media and what are were the consequences minorities’ had to face because of

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