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  • Smokey The Bear Ad Analysis

    Ad Analysis Essay As we know advertising has been used by many companies, campaigns in the marketing industries for many years. It is a form of propaganda which tries to grab the viewer's attention in order to persuade the viewer to buy the product or be part of a service. The advertisement I chose to analyze is Smokey the Bear. Smokey the Bear was first seen in a 1944 poster in which he is asking American folks to help prevent human-caused wildfires. Wearing just dungaree jeans and a ranger yellow hat with his name labeled on it and holding a shovel, Smokey the Bear has become a well-known American symbol. This ad was successful in the use of plain folk, emotional appeal, and loaded words. This ad has successfully used the plain folk…

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  • Rhetorical Techniques Used In Peter Peterson's Hot Pot Fire

    During the summer of 2016, I fought wildland fire for the Weiser Ranger District of the Payette National Forest in Idaho. I worked on a type four heavy engine, E-421. As a firefighter, I was able to witness climate change and increasing fire activity first hand on an off forest assignment to Midas, Nevada. It was there where my module was the first to respond to the Hot Pot Fire. In a little under 36 hours, the Hot Pot Fire spread 123,000 acres. It claimed an abandoned ranch and almost consumed…

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  • Forest Fire Management Policies

    as fast as possible, and educating the public about why fire is bad for the environment. Although fire is not considered “bad” many foresters at this time did not know the benefits of fire and the its ecological role in changing the landscape for the better. People were more worried about the destruction of timber. After severe fire seasons in the 1930s the Civilian Conservation Corps was created. They declared that every fire must be put out at 10am the next morning after the initial report.…

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  • Smokey The Bear Case Study

    A Synopsis of the Case Facts Tony Menendez was an auditor with Ernst & Young before he began working for Halliburton as their Director of Technical Accounting Research and Training in March 2005. He was told by his new boss, Mark McCollum, the Chief Accounting Officer, that he was needed to be the “Smokey the Bear” in the accounting team (Eisinger, 2015). They had just gotten over a two-year accounting probe from the SEC shortly before Menendez was hired and he was supposed to do an assessment…

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  • How To Stop Wildfires Essay

    Stop Wildfires Before They Start. Wildfires have different names, such as forest fires, bushfires, and unplanned fires, which occur across the globe. Wildfires are an uncontrolled fire in an area of combustible vegetation that occurs in the countryside area. Wildfires get pretty big in size and they can go at a very fast speed of fourteen miles per hour. Fire can change the speed and the direction at which it spreads out from its original source. It can be devastating because fire has the ability to…

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  • Forest Service Benefits

    The United States Forest Service was created at the turn of the twentieth century to help ensure the forest and lands of the US were taken care of. This was the first time leaders were chosen because of their knowledge of nature instead of some bureaucracy non sense. The Forest Service was staffed with university educated foresters chosen because of their expertise of the forest. Before the US Forest Service was formed politicians managed the land that belonged to the government and this was…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The Animal Collector

    The Animal Collector In a large enterprise building, the CEO Mr Gregory lies nonchalantly on his revolving chair covered with the lush brown coat of a grizzly bear. He was looking out into the marvelous Settle skyline through a floor-to-ceiling window when his attention was attracted to something else, it was a palm-sized specimen of an endangered mouse-lemur he had recently obtained from Madagascar placed on an elaborate stand on his desk. It had eyes just as bright and lively as it was…

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  • Giant Panda Essay

    The giant panda, also known as panda bear is a bear that is native to south central China. The scientific classification of the giant panda is that it originates from the kingdom: Animalia, phylum: Chordata, class: Mammalia, family: Ursidae, genus: Ailuropoda, and species: A. melanoleuca3. The giant panda has been added to the endangered species list in 2007. Conservation needs to be done by humans to prevent damage to the world that humans have caused. Without conservation, our lives will…

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  • The Big Grizzly Short Story

    warm day of the summer when all kinds of people are talking about a bear. They say that is has only been coming out at night, and rummaging through their trash, and tearing up there yards. They have only seen it at night. They say it is a good sized bear. I have heard people say next time they see it they are going to kill it and if they don’t see it they are going to go hunting after it. Also people are leaving their houses because of the bear. In the beginning, people have been talking about…

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  • Analysis Of The Bear That Wasn T

    The Bear That Wasn’t by Frank Tashlin expresses the topic and main idea of a bear who struggles with loss of identity. In the beginning of the story,the bear is hibernating, oblivious to the construction of a factory above him. As he emerges from his slumber and walks outside, the foreman yells at the bear for not working. The bear simply replies ‘but I’m a bear.’ The foreman insisted that the bear is a silly man who needs a shave and wears a fur coat. The bear denies it repeatedly, so is taken…

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