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  • Xiami Swot Analysis

    Marketing final project Marketing analysis of Xiaomi Inc. California Lutheran University Class: 575-03 Instructor: Mary Ann Mace Student: Xu Zhuo (Isabella) Executive Summary Xiaomi is a privately owned Chinese electronics company. It was founded in April 2010 by its CEO Lei Jun in Beijing, China. In 2014, Xiaomi has sold over 60 million of smartphones in the world and it has over 8000 employees in…

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  • The Importance Of Rap Music

    Rap music has enjoyed popularity in American culture. It is a musical art form that tells a story in a fast, shortened word fashion while providing a heavy background beat. The content of rap music covers a wide range. Rap has changed America not only with the message it sends, but with clothing, language, and all the culture it comes with. We can see the power of influence Rap music has had on the recent generation through the 1990s West Coast vs East Coast hip hop scenes in the United States…

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  • Gender Role In Social Deviance

    Social deviance has existed in every place in the world that has norms that people should follow. Howard S. Becker says that ‘’It is not the act itself, but the reactions to the act, that make something deviant’’. So it doesn’t matter what you do, what it matter is what happens next. Social classes play a huge role as gender roles in social deviance. Because of how people are taught, how their environment is (nature vs. nurture), and things like that, also their culture and the society where…

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  • Joine Chrisma Case Study

    Marketing Realities “The science and art of exploring, creating, and delivering value to satisfy the needs of a target market at a profit” (Philip, 2017). Marketing identifies unfulfilled needs and desires. It defines measures and quantifies the size of the identified market and the profit potential. “It pinpoints which segments the company is capable of serving best and it designs and promotes the appropriate products and services” (Philip, 2017). Nowadays, major, and some of the time…

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  • Persuasive Speech In Monica Lewinsky's 'The Price Of Shame'

    enhance her credibility. She also smartly used examples that the audience might have already heard from social media or news, such as the leakage of private contents via Snapchatters, Jennifer Lawrence and other actor’s iCloud account being hacked, and Sony picture cyber-hacking, so the listeners would find the point she made very reasonable. Additionally, when she called for empathy and immediate change in behaviors, she quoted researcher Brene Brown’s statement, “Shame can’t survive empathy,”…

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  • Pricing Strategy Analysis

    this condition is due to the addition of new technological features. There are always “early adopters” who are prepared to pay a higher price to own cutting or bleeding edge technology products. Good examples of price skimming are Apple iPad and Sony PlayStation 3. Problems with this approach: Price skimming strategy cannot last for long Competitors rapidly launch rival products, putting pressure on price To encourage broad distribution (place), it may be necessary to give retailers higher…

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  • The Greatest Movie Ever Sold Analysis

    The Greatest Movie Ever Sold I think that Morgan Spurlock took a risk by making this film on this topic. Speaking out against big and important companies seems to be a danger thing especially nowadays where commercials are everywhere and anytime. There are some companies that are very important and have influence from around the world like Nike and Cocoa-Cola. His film started by commercials in some place where ads are everywhere. There were ads in buildings, busses, taxis, movies, and even in…

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  • The Mwindo Epic: A Literary Analysis

    Fiction reflects the thoughts, aspirations, and struggles of its author. Through literary works, one can come to understand a cultural consciousness previously unbeknownst to them. With this in mind, historians have learned to use rather than ignore literature as an aid in their studies. Vernacular and modern tales of the Congo region capture both the fantastical and factual elements. Epics, like The Mwindo Epic, echo the foundation of Congolese culture form which thereafter conflict has arisen…

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  • Deconstructing Oracle America Case Study

    Deconstructing Oracle America, Inc. v. Google, Inc. From powering cell phones and car infotainment systems to reinventing the watch, computer science has played a key role in replacing our compact discs, physical cash, and taxicabs with music streaming services, mobile payment platforms, and transportation network companies. This industry-wide shift towards digital solutions corresponds to an increased demand for applications that work precisely, both independently and with one another.…

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  • Summary Of Terry Mcmillan's Book Mama

    To complete my final exam project, I decided to read Terry McMillan’s book, Mama. For a while, I procrastinated about reading this book, but once I started reading, I didn’t stop until I was finished. The book was so vividly descriptive, that I could see the images in my mind. In the story, three main concepts were well represented Mate Selection, Heterosexual Cohabitation, and Divorce. Mama is about a young woman named Mildred Peacock with five children (Freda, Bootsey, Money, Angel, and Doll)…

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