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    Inside the Michigan Research Community I. Introduction to MRC and Learning Communities As a large public institution, the University of Michigan can be very overwhelming for some students. However, the University of Michigan does a great job of creating small communities for students with similar backgrounds, identities, or interests. One of the small learning communities at the University of Michigan is the Michigan Research Community, otherwise known as MRC. In MRC, all of the individuals…

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    In understanding the needs of the community and identifying problems within the community, it is important for community members to participate in the issue selection process. Not only will issue selection produce community participation, but it will also contribute to community building and community unifying efforts. According to Khinduka’s article (1970), instead of just focusing on the psychological aspect of social change, facilitators should be looking at the socioeconomic issues that…

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    It allows the associates who partake in Depot Day, to take pride in the fact that they are assisting in their local community and making a difference. The service’s provided by Office Depot allows the customer sound technological advice rather than a sales pitch. Many times just taking the time to sit and explain how some of the new technology features work, allows the…

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    Community means a myriad of things to different people. Often people are mistaken with the word community. The first thing that may come to mind is your location, where you live, the people who surround your home. That is not necessarily the case. A community can be a group of people who share common interests. For example, there can be a community of middle aged moms going through a hard time with their families or a community of men and women who enjoy fishing. The key to understanding what a…

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    Before I read the articles about Swales . I had no clue at all about what a discourse community was, but the idea once was known, was quite simple . A discourse community according to Swales, has six illistrative characteristics . First of all, a discourse community must have a common set of public goals. The community must also have various methods of communication between their members. These methods are used to give feedback and information to its members. Through out these methods of…

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    Community, the place where we are supposed to belong, be accepted, and grow in. A community is something built on bonds, different types of bonds, that are important in our lives. We are living in a time where working alone is not profitable. We must work together. I love to help personally. I live far from Carlos Fuentes so I don't get much chances to help out in this community. However, i try my best to help mine, or to help others. I go to church and there we hold many events where i love to…

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    The community I chose to research was Chowhound, which is an online community for foodies. The foodie community subjects range from Bars and Restaurants (715,297 posts) to Not About Food (6,376 posts) and several more. The online community can post comments to any of the subjects they choose, adding in their advice, differences and chosen recipes. This site allows for this community to treat it somewhat like a social media site. People will even have some little disagreements within their…

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    Monday, October 19, 2015 6:56 PM Before I read the articles about Swales . I had no clue at all about what a discourse community was, but the idea once was known, was quite simple . A discourse community according to Swales, has six illistrative characteristics . First of all, a discourse community must have a common set of public goals. The community must also have various methods of communication between their members. These methods are used to give feedback and information to its members.…

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    Community policing is beneficial for both police officers and the community because the officers put in the effort to fix any problems in the community in addition to enforcing law (Pollock, 2017). This type of policing produces a relationship between the police department and the residents throughout the community (Pollock, 2017). The focus is on social issues that ultimately result in crime being committed (Pollock, 2017). “In community policing initiatives, police officers were involved in…

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    Are brand communities similar to other communities? Introduction:- Despite having so many products under the same company, why do not consumers prefer any other product? Why is that Hungry Jacks lovers not visit McDonalds even on cheap Tuesday’s and coffee lovers who prefer Starbucks like to go there for every cup they have all around the world? Why is that Harley Davidson enthusiasts don’t go for a faster bike for the same cost and instead visit all campaigns and rallies held by the brand?…

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