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    Conventionally, communication has been defined as the process through which information is shared between individuals and businesses. This process of flow of information between individuals may be undertaken either verbally or non-verbally. Words are usually utilized in verbal communication while non-verbal communication takes place through gestures, body language, facial expressions, eye contact, posture, or behavior. The individual or business that chooses to utilize their knowledge of…

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    Perception and expectation of citizens is an important factor in urban planning, settlement and management. Hence, there is a need of a participatory citizen centric planning of urban settlement based on spatial data. These perception and expectation may be represented in terms of emotions. Determining Urban Emotions is an approach which can be used to map different types of emotions associated with urbanization. In the recent years, some new methods have been presented for the area of urban and…

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    Tinkercad Research Paper

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    learned new things with Tinkercad. I learned how to make designs with different shapes and learned what 3D printing was actually like. It was difficult at first but then I got the hang of it and I started to love it. I created an earbud holder that was a mouse that actually worked out pretty well. It took a lot of time and processing to create it and print it. It also took a lot of creativity to make it unique and interesting. There are some different things that I had in mind before making a…

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    a show that many of the patrons would agree is a wonderful show that shows the use of faith and tenacity to do what you believe is the best thing to do even if the world is against you or doesn’t believe in you. The concept statement “faith in communication” is one that fits the kind of story that I would want to tell here at the university. If it wasn’t for Annie’s faith in Helen’s abilities to do great and to exceed the expectations that the world had for her, Helen could possibly have been…

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    “Some dismiss [communication studies] as “fluffy,” or easy” (Frierson, 2012). However, people seem to not understand that a communication studies program can prepare you for a variety of careers. Frierson (2012) states, “In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics lists more career opportunities for communications graduates than any other major, including computer science, engineering and mathematics.” “Communication Studies is a broad discipline that covers rhetorical theory from the ancient…

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    Strategic Communication

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    Strategic communication is the ability to understand and utilize the essential communication skills in any business and professional settings. In the light of fluctuations in world business, communication skills play a key role toward a successful professional development within organizations. Consequently, any organization that does not strategically communicate to its customers and employees will more likely not survive. The recent revolution in technology has opened more doors and…

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    Photography has been acknowledged to constitute a universal tool of communication. Its peculiarity lies in its capacity to communicate artistically in a manner that would be difficult to convey using words. In particular, photographic compositions have assumed a central place in communicating messages historically and in the contemporary period. This paper seeks to analyze the “The Professional Photographer: his work-his tools” poster that Jan Tschichild designed in 1938. The paper will develop…

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    Critical Appraisal of Quantitative Research Introduction Abstract. The abstract consisted of one paragraph, total of ten sentences, which includes the purpose, design, sampling, and results. Researchers expanded on results but did not include conclusion. Relevant information such as sample size, study design, measure outcomes, and results were included. Problem. New nurse graduates are leaving their first employment at a high rate in Taiwan. There is a high shortage of nurses in Taiwan,…

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    composed by UCLA found that 93 percent of the communication that is found to be effective is through nonverbal communications. In another study it was also verified that 7 percent of the communication is with actual words, 38 percent is with voice quality, and then the rest of the 55 percent is nonverbal communication. Because when we are born, we rely on the nonverbal communication to communicate our feelings with others, this kind of communication for us is done very unconsciously and very…

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    With all of the advances in communication and technology, our living environment will be much better then it was 10 or 20 years ago. This will be due to our world will be very green and less wasteful due to technological advances in chemical and waste. We will be able to contact recycling…

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