Intelligent design

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  • Analysis: Why Dr. E Did Not Follow The Scientific Method

    because they had a healthier lifestyle. He tested his hypothesis, although his experiment was deeply flawed, and was unable to draw any conclusions from his research. Dr. E’s study had aspects of both correlational and experimental designs but overall was an experimental design. In a correlational study, variables are not manipulated but rather observed with the purpose of identifying…

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  • Mulberry Brand Analysis

    The way that past fashion styles influence trends of the future really inspires me. Learning how to interpret these influences motivated me to create a modern day outfit in AS Product Design that took strong style cues from the 1950’s era. The combination of the reserved ideas of the 50’s and the more relaxed style of the modern day helped me to create a contemporary piece with a strong heritage…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Large Format Printing

    The Pros and Cons of Large Format Printing Large format printing is, as its name suggests, printing done on a very large scale. It is often used for things like posters, billboards, and graphics for cars, buses, and other forms of transportation. Large format printing has its own benefits and drawbacks and, depending on your needs, wants, and goals, it may or may not be useful to you. If large format printing sounds interesting, but you’re not sure whether or not you should take advantage of it…

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  • Monroe's Motivated Sequence Analysis

    Monroe’s Motivated Sequence is a template used by many people and groups to convince people what they want them to believe. This sequence can be used as a sort of call to action by a politician or more commonly to persuade people to buy something in a commercial. The Schticky commercial, is one that once watched you can never forget.Vince Offer, the new Billy Mays, does a great job of going almost step by step through Monroe’s Motivate Sequence. In an attempt to get you to buy his product The…

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  • Tempe Land Use Case Study

    create a community of vital neighborhoods, visually attractive, transit sensitive, with resident participation in making crucial decisions about the future (United). Tempe’s general plan is then broken down into the elements of history, land use, design and development, economics, conservation, transportation, open space and public facilities (United). Each of these elements were broken down and analyzed to see what could be changed by 2030 to make an overall better city. One of the most…

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  • Essay On Rhetorical Devices

    Rough Draft During this month we were learning about rhetoric devices how they affect the way we see things. What I mean by that is how we read, what's shown to us through pictures, commercials, and speeches. Those people who show that to us are using rhetorical devices such ethos, pathos, and logos. To change the way of emotion of how encounter things, to try and persuade us into what they are trying to say, sell, and get a message through. Mainly I have seen commercials use this to try and…

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  • This Random World Play Analysis

    This afternoon I attended a Sunday matinee for the production of This Random World written by Steven Dietz and directed by Paul Steger put on by the Johnny Carson School of Theatre & Film. I thought that the play tied all of the characters together extremely well and it was incredibly well preformed. Although I usually find plays of this genre of no interest to me, this play changed my opinion. I thought that it was really well done. First I would like to discuss the character of Scottie Ward,…

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  • Cultural And Rhetorical Devices

    Cultural and Rhetorical Analysis Essay In the world today, a consumer’s decision for buying a certain product is heavily influenced by the marketing strategies created by advertisers. Advertisements utilize rhetorical devices, such as ethos, logos, and or pathos in numerous mediums, in order to persuade a specific audience. To fully understand what marketing teams attempt to do, one must know what rhetorical devices are. Rhetorical devices are tools that help persuade an audience into doing an…

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  • Ethos, And Mascara Advertisement Comparison

    Mascara ads Ethos, pathos, and logos. These three things are very important to companies to have in their ads. Ethos means to prove to the audience that the ad is credible. Pathos means to appeal to the audience’s emotions. And finally logos means to appeal to the audience by using logic. Most makeup ads use pathos to appeal to their audience, using sex appeal to persuade women into buying their makeup. The L’oreal and Rimmel Mascara ads both emphasize their use of pathos, but also do a great…

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  • Valentino Clemente Research Paper

    Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani was born on May 11, 1932 (85). Valentino was born in Voghera, Lombardy, Italy. Began working in the fashion industry at a young age, under local designers including his aunt Rosa. His formal training took place in Paris; at the École des Beaux-Arts and the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne were attend college. Valentino got his professional start as an apprentice working in the salons of Jean Dessès and Guy Laroche.Valentino left Paris in 1959 to…

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