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    Nichelle Case Study

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    Stolichnaya vodka in 39 markets across the world. During this project she was able to gain a lot of knowledge concerning cultural communications. Her favorite campaigns involve expanding her knowledge about the communications field. Nichelle is able to identify possible opportunities within markets that are being underrepresented. She began her blog/website, stylemom.com, because there was a lack of content for Generation X women. She states, “We weren’t just women and mothers that wear cardigans and khakis anymore, that wasn’t what a mom looked like . . . we were the ones influencing and creating change. Most of the platforms that Generation Y, Generation Z, and Millennials use today are built from people in my generation.” She began the first steps of her website by researching content and creating a test blog. The response from her test blog was encouraging and from this success, she taunched stylemom.com on Inauguration Day in 2009. Stylemom is 6-years old, and Nichelle treasures her first blog post that she wrote about Michelle Obama’s dress. Stylemom has elevated her career from behind-the-scenes, to in-front of the camera appearing in multiple television segments. Although Nichelle loves the communications industry, she believes diversity is one aspect of the business that needs to be improved. At the time Nichelle became an Account Director, only 3.2% of people at her level and higher in Advertising, in the United States, were minorities. As a person of color and…

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    It takes more than a skill set for one to adapt to the different dispensations in the art and music industry, but LL has surely withstood many different styles and has withstood the test of time. LL Cool J is one of the first celebrated rappers to walk through the dispensation of Hip Hop and pop whilst still maintaining his street credibility. He never lost the sense of where he began and the platform that propelled him into who he is today. To be an icon and a public figure the youth to look up…

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    According to a national Gallup Poll of adolescents between the ages of thirteen and seventeen, in 1992, hip hop had become the preferred genre of youth, translating to 26%. From 1999-2008, this choice of music was the second most purchased music after rock for all age groups. This was according to the Recording Industry Association of America. (Thompson, 27). Hip hop’s success can be proven by two artists who topped the charts in 2007 and 2008, rapper Jay-Z or Shawn Carter and Lil Wayne,…

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    Student's Name Instructor's Name Course Date Tune-Up The song named “Glory” is an inspiring production by Common and his colleague John Legend. John is a famous American singer who has had other releases. Common is known as a rapper while John Legend is a songwriter. The song is a single from the album Selma. Selma refers to a movie documenting the history of events in the 1965 era. At that time, there was a protest march from Selma to Montgomery which led by Dr. Martin…

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    In the speech by, Simon Sinek he states that Millennials are a generation that “were dealt a bad hand.” One of Sinek’s main points is that Millennials are given everything they are seen as entitled, and are not taught that you have to earn what you have, millennials are taught that they can have anything that they want, which is why it is harder for them when they find out the reality you have to work for the things that you have. Another one of Sinek’s points is that when millennials grow up…

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    I have chosen Productive Work Environments for Millenials to research more extensively. I will focus on embracing generational differences to create a Productive Work Environments for Millenials. Now there are four generations of people working side by side in the same organizations for the first time in history, and Millennials are the second largest generation of them. Millennials are characterized as having high levels of self-confidence and self-reliance, independent, individualistic, and…

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    Essay On Desensitization

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    trait being studied. According to a recent study “five data sets show more narcissism among recent generations of young people compared to their predecessors” (Twenge, 2013, p. 12). This increase in narcissism in millennials demonstrates the same negative trend the technology generation is following, much like the increase of apathetic attitudes in younger generations demonstrated by William Miller (2013). The study also noted an increase in inflated self-views because “recent students were more…

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    Essay On Perception Checking

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    which I found for her. I stated "when you asked me if I took your phone, I wasn’t sure if you were accusing me directly or if it’s because I’m black, what’s up with that? I initially was like okay blame the black girl, because of how she asked me and if it wasn’t for perception checking I would have responded way differently. 2. Theories X-Y-Z: This theory is mostly used in a work place setting and gives out assumptions that managers have when working with others. For example I remember we…

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    My Career College Essay

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    safer route, earning a degree and finding a steady paying day job? As I have grown, so has the presence of music in my life. Starting in 3rd grade, I began taking trombone lessons, which developed into a 4 year run at band. It was as my middle school career as a trombonist was winding down, when I began to grow an extreme interest in hip hop and rap music; never knowing how involved I 'd become in the culture. Ever since I could appreciate music, I had been listening to my dad 's old…

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    Sean Diddy Combs, AKA Puff Daddy, is the definition of a mogul. Starting his career as the director of A&R at Uptown Records, he was integral in launching the careers of Mary J. Blige and Jodeci, and later started his own label, Bad Boy Records, which has fostered talent that includes Mariah Carey, Method Man, Boyz II Men, Lil' Kim and more. Combs' solo music career began in 1997 with his first single, "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down," which shot to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, quickly followed by…

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