writer require to rewrite one the environmental scan section. i have already wri

writer require to rewrite one the environmental scan section. i have already written some in red words under the environmental scan section. in this section you need to Introduce the context for the bot, explore the details uncovered from your content analysis, explain these findings down into key themes, highlight ‘key words’ or patterns found that can then be used in the design of the bot itself. Much of this is setting up the context for the use of the bot.
I will upload the both excel file (data and results) and ppt (results graphic) for you, you need to base on this to rewrite this section.

Write a 1-2 page journal detailing your experiences with your interpersonal rela

Write a 1-2 page journal detailing your experiences with your interpersonal relationships within your family unit. This journal can take any form and cover any related content you would like, but some ideas are listed below to help you get started!
What are some common issues you’ve experienced within your family?
Do you utilize different communication strategies with direct family versus distant family? Which family members do you personally consider “direct” and how does that relationship affect your communication?
Do you have any siblings? How do you feel that your relationships with your siblings, or your lack of siblings, changes the way you interact with your parents? With other family members?
How have your relationships with family members changed over time? How has this impacted your communication with them?

Please read the case study on Louis Vuitton and prepare a report in which you co

Please read the case study on Louis Vuitton and
prepare a report in which you complement the
case with your own research and address the
questions below under “ Goals”.
Goals: 1) Analyze the critical success factors in the
luxury industry and determine the recent trends in
the luxury market.
2) Louis Vuitton has successfully employed
creative communication strategies to transform
itself into a global brand. Critically evaluate this
statement.
3) Critically discuss how Louis Vuitton’s
characteristics compare and contrast with the
characteristics of a luxury brand

1) Read Charney, “Cracking the Sitcom Code.” 2) Identify and define the five ke

1) Read Charney, “Cracking the Sitcom Code.”
2) Identify and define the five key components of the sitcom code as defined by Charney.
3) Use the All in the Family episode, “Sammy’s Visit” to provide examples for each of the key components of the sitcom code.
4) For example, 1) The Teaser–define and then identify and describe the teaser in “Sammy’s Visit.” Do this for all five components identified by Charney.

Communication technology use is an important, sometimes dangerous, issue in rela

Communication technology use is an important, sometimes dangerous, issue in relationships. This week, you are going to discuss:
1. Which one(s) of the following you are ok with the most AND the least.
2. Discuss the rationale for each choice you made. You’re expected to connect your points to class concepts/theories we’ve covered. For instance, network association, visibility affordances can be used to explain why you (don’t) like having a profile picture of you and your partner. Other relevant concepts/theories include attachment style, context collapse, etc. Reflecting on personal experiences is encouraged.
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In an exclusive dating relationship of 6 months,
Being “Facebook official” (i.e., naming each other under “In a Relationship”) or referring to them as “boyfriend,” “girlfriend,” “significant other,” etc.
Having a profile picture of you and your partner
Commenting on a picture of them & saying they look hot
Referring to your partner as “my baby” or another pet name in a post
Posting an inside joke to their timeline or feed
Posting a picture of the two of you cuddling or kissing
Friending or following his/her family members without meeting them in person
Asking for their password or passcode
To respond, find those who have the same, overlapping, or opposite choices, exchange your perspectives regarding whether your views are reinforced or changed by their posts. *** Be kind and polite, incivility is not tolerated in the class.
Find the rubrics by clicking on the three dots in the upper right corner.
150 words for the discussion and 100 words for the comment of peer review. I will send you the peer review essay later.

Module 2 follows this three-part Standard Module design: Part 1 is for describin

Module 2 follows this three-part Standard Module design:
Part 1 is for describing an actual INCIDENT of a real conflict that you participated in or observed.
Part 2 is for ANALYSIS of the incident where you apply relevant concepts from our current textbook readings.
Part 3 is for EVALUATION where you judge the conflict and make specific prescriptions for communication changes.
This incident should be drawn from actual observations of events in your life. Do not use secondhand accounts, fiction, drama, film, TV programs, etc.
Module 2: An interpersonal conflict involving the meaning of words
You will find three (3) text boxes in this assignment; each box will be labeled as one of the three (3) headings for your standard module assignment. Follow these content and organization directions carefully to earn maximum credit:
I. INCIDENT:
This is a detailed description. Open this section with a sentence or two to provide context and set the scene (how did you come to know of it? when did it happen? who was involved? etc.) Then provide a concise description of what happened. Make sure you include a word-for-word, (as accurately as possible; no need to censor) line-by-line transcription of the conversation to the best of your recollection. Do not just do a summary of what was said and done. For example, this is a summary: “They had a big fight, called each other names, and he stormed out of the apartment.” A proper “transcript” of the conversation would include verbal & nonverbal details as to who said what, where, when, in what order, and how. Example: She shouted, red-faced and bursting into tears: “Then go!” He took a breath and then yelled, jerking open the door to his room, “OK, but first I’m getting my stuff and you can just stay out of my face!”
II. ANALYSIS:
In this section, employ at least two (2) concepts from each of the assigned chapters we are studying for the current module, using the selected concepts to label and explain what happened. Labeling is giving an appropriate name to a behavior using our textbooks’ terminology. Explaining is exploring beneath the surface of the behavior to provide a reasonable answer to this question: WHY DID THIS HAPPEN? Sometimes an explanation for what someone else does is mainly speculative, (that’s where the theories in the chapters help). But if you are talking about your own behavior, the WHY question may be easier to answer and using the textbook can also be of use. In this module section, concisely label and explain the behavior of all persons involved in the Incident you described in part 1. Boldface the text concepts you have drawn from the chapter and cite the textbook page # in parentheses, e.g., (p. 217) next to the boldfaced term or phrase, indicating where the concept can be found in our main textbook. A total of four (4) concepts, minimum, shall be employed.
III. EVALUATION:
Provide evaluation and some prescriptions. Here you pass a judgment: how well did this conflict go? Was it creative, destructive, or both? What could you and/or each the persons involved have said or done differently to help prevent or reduce the severity of the conflict? If you were involved in the conflict, focus on your own choices, but also make specific suggestions for changes in words and actions of the other(s), too. If you were just an observer and not directly involved, you can still make prescriptions for how the people who you observed could have spoken or could have behaved differently if they’d been thinking and communicating more creatively.

The URP project leads you through a structured approach to treating an unwanted

The URP project leads you through a structured approach to treating an unwanted yet recurring conflict pattern that you have been stuck in for a while.
Choose something that you are currently experiencing during this semester, (though it can be something that started months or years ago.) This URP be a conflict pattern that has a long history, but the problem must also be current enough and frequent enough so that you can work on it during the time period of this course and this project. Choose a pattern you are enduring with someone who is important to you. Situations with partners, parents, roommates, co-workers, siblings, spouses, friends, or conflicts in your regular official, religious, political, or professional communication can be treated, as long as these are specific to actual persons with whom you have regular communication during this semester. Below are the steps to follow as you conduct the project and compose a report on your URP.
Item
URP Design
Label your report’s sections using the headings in ALL CAPS provided below:
1. MY URP:
Briefly identify and define the URP in one sentence.
2. NARRATIVE:
Write a detailed, thorough narrative; mark each subarea “a” through “e”:
a. when, where, how, and with whom the URP recurs.
b. what conditions usually immediately precede the URP.
c. how you feel just before the URP episode occurs.
d. what is said, how it is said, and what else is expressed (verbatim).
e. how a typical ‘episode’ begins, proceeds, and “ends.”
3. ANALYSIS:
Write a brief analysis of #’s 1 and 2 above. Analysis means you are explaining WHY you think this pattern occurs: what is
behind the pattern, at the root of it? Which concepts (3 minimum) from our readings are useful for labeling and explaining aspects of this pattern? What motivates your behavior, attitudes, emotions and also those of the other(s) involved? Boldface the concepts used and place in parentheses and cite pg#’s in the selected reading.
4. PLAN:
Write a Plan for Change, with detailed explanations of what YOU are going to try, when, where, how, with whom, and to what end. Be specific. Script out what new things you plan to say, new what actions you plan to take. In essence, write a “recipe” for change based on sections 1, 2 and 3 above.
5. EXPECTATIONS:
List in detail what you expect might result from your efforts.
6. IMPLEMENTATION:
Implement the plan (#4 above) and write down in DETAIL what occurs. Write down what was said, verbatim, including what you said and did, what others said and did in reaction (mirroring how this contrasted with the pattern as you described it in the narrative section.) Make an effort to implement more than 2 times, since URP’s by nature repeat. Your plan for change should be implemented repeatedly to begin to establish a NEW pattern.
7. REVIEW and APPRAISAL:
Review and evaluate your attempt to treat the URP, focusing on what further communication changes you could implement to continue treatment of the undesired pattern. End the report with a brief, candid appraisal of what you have done with the project, including a suggested letter-grade for the project. You are required to use the section headings in ALL CAPS indicated above to label the parts of your report.

Question 1 Question 110 pts Have you ever wondered how you can properly use and

Question 1
Question 110 pts
Have you ever wondered how you can properly use and share another photographer’s image in a school project? Or have you ever wanted to make sure your own drawing you shared on your blog doesn’t get shared without you receiving credit?
The creative commons was designed to help make these processes easier. Please watch the following video to learn more: https://creativecommons.org/about/videos/creative-commons-kiwi/ (Links to an external site.)
Now, share 5 interesting points discovered from watching the video. Please summarize by using full, grammatically correct sentences. You may share the 5 points in a bulleted/numbered list.