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    Synopsis of Case The purpose of this paper is to describe the overall communications strategies of an organization, The Discovery Channel. The paper will analyze how this organization uses digital media effectively as a marketing tool for branding and communicating with both current and prospective customers. The main data comes from research done at the organization website and from other experts in the fields. It is the opinion of marketing experts that in this digital age, an organization stands to gain much more than just exposure, but by using, the various digital components introduce their goods and services to a wider market and over the long run, create a brand. Branding in the digital age requires strong internal communication and…

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    Children and young adults are valued; they are to finish their educations before facing additional distractions. Children are required to attend a minimum of thirteen years of schooling. If we really want to be the best, we must have a basic education and the conditioning to learn new things easily. Non-medicational drugs are entirely prohibited and any possession of any amount if punishable by scientific discovery center. These will rot the brain and work ethic; they are one of the sole…

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    Television has been a useful tool when it comes down to receiving important information. Some people love looking for informative channel to expand their knowledge on a certain subject or just want to find a show that tell information. Their great channels that on the television that provide information like the news. News is a perfect example of how television can be very useful for receiving information. News provides viewers with information on what 's going on around the world or what 's…

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    History Channel vindicate Show to be right by providing justification or proof. History Channel venerable profoundly honored History Channel transient lasting a very short time History Channel tenacious stubbornly unyielding History Channel tactful having or showing a sense of what is fitting and considerate in dealing with others History Channel surreptitious marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed History Channel superficial Of, affecting, or being on or…

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    It is always right for kids. There are many kids channels in television such as: PBS kids, Cartoon network, and Disney channel. Each channel has their own special program, but their same purpose is entertainment. For example, children really love PBS kids. Absolutely, they watched it all day when they were little. In addition, people usually found their children watched these channels in their school while they were waiting for their parents. It means that school also uses television as a school…

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    The behaviors of medical staff in the play Wit by Margaret Edson (1998) allow us to view different circumstances that take place. In the play, patients are supposed to be the main focus of all care. Susie Monahan, the primary nurse of one patient, Vivian Bearing, who suffers from stage four ovarian cancer, is one of the few health professionals whose caring attributes display the principle that the focus of care should be on the patient. However, if Monahan was part of the collaborating team,…

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    However, the image represents that she has outgrown that phase of her life. The rookery is empty as Jane passes it, which shows that Jane is no longer a baby bird, but has learned to fly on her own. There are crows overhead as she sneaks up to Thornfield (489). They normally foreshadow death or the discovery of a death, but here they can be interpreted as the discovery of the passing of the old Jane. Her initial reaction to the remnants is empty imagery. She describes how there is nothing left…

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    “We don’t work for anyone, I am the leader of this hideout.” Tork cursed himself under his breathe knowing he said the wrong thing. “This hideout? what do you mean?” Tork once more mumbled an uncomprehend able response. Ruby went to the arm with the Naginata sticking out of it. Going lower until she reached the fingers she grabbed a thumb and pushed it back to a breaking point. Tork only gritting his teeth in response this time holding back a scream for all he was worth. “We…. We decided to work…

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    will be severely punished if the Council discovers their actions, but he does it anyway. He even knows that he is exploring an artifact form the Unmentionable Times and those " 'are damned who touch the things of the Unmentionable Times" '(33). He risks severe punishment but does it so he can explore what he does not understand, ultimately leading to his own scientific discoveries. This defiance leads to a place for the lab where he uncovers one of the mysteries of the past: electricity. In…

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    Self-discoveries from confronting emotional experiences can lead an individual to re-evaluate the value of life through acceptance thus contributing to a change in perception of self and the world. Michael Gow’s play ‘Away’ depicts the necessity of individual discovery for its characters leading them to re-assess what is significant in life, influencing their personal connections and bringing change in perception. Similarly, in ‘The Red Tree’ by Shaun Tan, an unnamed little girl who is woken up…

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