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Use M1, M2, and M3 PDF files as the sources. DO NOT USE YOUR OWN I am supposed

Use M1, M2, and M3 PDF files as the sources.
DO NOT USE YOUR OWN
I am supposed to use those exact sources
Do the assignment for each individual one
Write “Video Game Addiction” so I know you read the instructions

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Discuss your proposed policy and how it will affect the chosen audience.

COMPETENCIES
1025.1.3 : Uses Communication Strategies to Influence Others
The learner uses communication strategies to influence others.
INTRODUCTION
Producing an effective message encompasses efficient planning and organization and models influential communication. In this task, you will create an effective message by proposing a policy for an organization or community. You will then create a professional, influential, narrated digital multimedia message of your proposed change. For your proposal and presentation, you may select a topic from the list provided or you may use a policy based on your own personal or professional interests.
This task includes two parts:
• a written message plan
• a professional, narrated multimedia presentation that focuses on a policy change for an organization or community (e.g., workplace, environmental, social group or club, neighborhood, school)
Note: You must use Panopto for this task. You may use Panopto to create the narrated portion, or you may use another software of your choice and upload the resulting video file to Panopto for evaluation.
REQUIREMENTS
Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. The similarity report that is provided when you submit your task can be used as a guide.

You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.

Tasks may not be submitted as cloud links, such as links to Google Docs, Google Slides, OneDrive, etc., unless specified in the task requirements. All other submissions must be file types that are uploaded and submitted as attachments (e.g., .docx, .pdf, .ppt).

A. Write your presentation plan by doing the following:
1. Describe the audience (organization, community, etc.) you wish to target with your proposed policy and why it should be of concern to your chosen audience.
2. Describe the problem to be solved by the proposed policy.
3. Discuss your proposed policy and how it will affect the chosen audience.

B. Present your proposed policy from part A by doing the following:
1. Create a narrated multimedia presentation that meets the following criteria:
• between 2 and 7 minutes in length
• appropriate for the selected audience
• describes the problem to be solved
• proposes the change
• integrates the following principles of multimedia design:
– effective organization
– effective opening and closing
– appropriate choice and placement of relevant visuals
– effective use of vocalics (i.e., pitch, tone, inflection, volume)

Note: Submit a video recording using Panopto of your narrated multimedia presentation. The video should feature a voiceover of you narrating your multimedia presentation and should not show you speaking, so your webcam should not be enabled. You may use Panopto to record the narration by using screen capture, or you may use another software of your choice and upload the resulting video file to Panopto.
Note: For instructions on how to access and use Panopto, use the “Panopto FAQ” web link, as well as the attached D268 Panopto Instructions document provided in the Supporting Documents.

To submit your recording, select the Panopto folder titled “Introduction to Communication Multimedia proposal – RRM2 Task 3 / D268.” Once the recording has been uploaded and processed in Panopto’s system, retrieve the URL of the recording from Panopto and copy and paste it into the Links option. Upload the remaining task requirements using the Attachments option.

C. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized. This includes source citation for any visual elements used in the digital presentation.

D. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.

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Describe the problem to be solved by the proposed policy.

COMPETENCIES
1025.1.3 : Uses Communication Strategies to Influence Others
The learner uses communication strategies to influence others.
INTRODUCTION
Producing an effective message encompasses efficient planning and organization and models influential communication. In this task, you will create an effective message by proposing a policy for an organization or community. You will then create a professional, influential, narrated digital multimedia message of your proposed change. For your proposal and presentation, you may select a topic from the list provided or you may use a policy based on your own personal or professional interests.
This task includes two parts:
• a written message plan
• a professional, narrated multimedia presentation that focuses on a policy change for an organization or community (e.g., workplace, environmental, social group or club, neighborhood, school)
Note: You must use Panopto for this task. You may use Panopto to create the narrated portion, or you may use another software of your choice and upload the resulting video file to Panopto for evaluation.
REQUIREMENTS
Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. The similarity report that is provided when you submit your task can be used as a guide.

You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.

Tasks may not be submitted as cloud links, such as links to Google Docs, Google Slides, OneDrive, etc., unless specified in the task requirements. All other submissions must be file types that are uploaded and submitted as attachments (e.g., .docx, .pdf, .ppt).

A. Write your presentation plan by doing the following:
1. Describe the audience (organization, community, etc.) you wish to target with your proposed policy and why it should be of concern to your chosen audience.
2. Describe the problem to be solved by the proposed policy.
3. Discuss your proposed policy and how it will affect the chosen audience.

B. Present your proposed policy from part A by doing the following:
1. Create a narrated multimedia presentation that meets the following criteria:
• between 2 and 7 minutes in length
• appropriate for the selected audience
• describes the problem to be solved
• proposes the change
• integrates the following principles of multimedia design:
– effective organization
– effective opening and closing
– appropriate choice and placement of relevant visuals
– effective use of vocalics (i.e., pitch, tone, inflection, volume)

Note: Submit a video recording using Panopto of your narrated multimedia presentation. The video should feature a voiceover of you narrating your multimedia presentation and should not show you speaking, so your webcam should not be enabled. You may use Panopto to record the narration by using screen capture, or you may use another software of your choice and upload the resulting video file to Panopto.
Note: For instructions on how to access and use Panopto, use the “Panopto FAQ” web link, as well as the attached D268 Panopto Instructions document provided in the Supporting Documents.

To submit your recording, select the Panopto folder titled “Introduction to Communication Multimedia proposal – RRM2 Task 3 / D268.” Once the recording has been uploaded and processed in Panopto’s system, retrieve the URL of the recording from Panopto and copy and paste it into the Links option. Upload the remaining task requirements using the Attachments option.

C. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized. This includes source citation for any visual elements used in the digital presentation.

D. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.

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Analyze the following e-mail to be sent by the ceo to all employees.

Analyze the following e-mail to be sent by the CEO to all employees.
Step 1: Identify five or more weaknesses describing why each is a weakness.
Step 2: Revise and rewrite this e-mail so that it reflects writing techniques you learned in this and previous chapters.
*E-mail is uploaded.
Same process as the previous order- “Checking references”.

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How did you go about handling the dialectical tension?

Recall a recent situation in a current or past romantic or platonic relationship in which one of the three dialectical tensions was present. How did you go about handling the dialectical tension? Was one of the eight strategies discussed in the chapter utilized?
Describe your situation in a discussion post.
Explain the dialectical tension or tensions present.
How did you handle the tension meaning what strategy did you use?

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Please remember to touch on all of the assigned readings (article + textbook) in a substantial way.

Weekly Reading Reflection (I will attach the reading files below):
1. Each week, the reflection should feature 3-4 numbered substantial observations/points. These observations/points should demonstrate the critical thinking and engagement of students with the material. The types of things that students should discuss within their points/observations may include:
a, Agreement or contrast between the assigned articles and textbook reading chapters; the aspects in which the perspective differ or agree with one another.
b, Questions about the arguments or other aspects of the readings.
c, Fallacies or inconsistencies in the arguments presented in the readings.
d, Outside examples that illustrate or contradict the arguments from the readings.
e, Other – the points/observations are open to other ideas that may occur to students.
2. Across your 3-4 points, you should be referring to all the readings assigned for that week. Each point should be accompanied by a short paragraph that explains it (approximately 60-100 words).
3. Please remember to touch on all of the assigned readings (article + textbook) in a substantial way.
4. Use APA Citations for the assigned readings. This means in-text citing and References section with full APA citations for the readings.
5. This week, there will be 1 article reading that I will attach in the files below and textbook readings.

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Hey bianca,

Samantha Parkinson works as a marketing intern for a start-up software company. She is working on an account for a new social networking platform for professionals. The platform, called LinkedB2B, allows professionals to connect in many ways similar to LinkedIn. However, it also sets up in-person networking events in several major cities and focuses on geographic proximity to connect professionals. The platform also emphasizes business-to-business (B2B) relationships rather than recruiting and consulting.
Currently, LinkedB2B charges a rate of $19 per month to all professionals on the network. It charges businesses $149 to have up to ten users on the network. So far, the network has nearly 9,000 members, most of which are in three major cities: Houston, Dallas, and Los Angeles. Typically, LinkedB2B hosts networking events three times per year in these cities. To attend the events, attendees must be LinkedB2B members. Generally, admission prices for the networking events are around $30.
Samantha believes the network should offer free accounts, like LinkedIn, so that LinkedB2B can grow its membership base. She thinks that members should pay for only premium services. Samantha decided to share her conclusions with her boss, Bianca Genova. Bianca originally created LinkedB2B and considers it her greatest professional achievement. Samantha sent the following message:
SUBJECT: Changing our Pricing Model
Hey Bianca,
Unfortunately, our current pricing model simply doesn’t bring in enough members for us to be lucrative. 9,000 members really is next to nothing in our business. To survive, we will need to get far more paying members. Ironically, we can get more paying members only by offering our membership for free. LinkedIn is the model we must follow in order to do this. It makes so much money because it gets professionals hooked to free memberships, then professionals see the added value of premium services and can’t resist paying. If we changed to a free model up front, we could get hundreds of thousands or even millions of members. I estimate that within one year, we could get at least 500,000 members if we opened up LinkedB2B for free. If we could get just 10 percent of these members to purchase premium services, we would have roughly 50,000 paying members, which is a fivefold increase over where we are now. The way to make this happen involves focusing on the following cities: Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. We will offer free memberships to all professionals. At the free membership level, professionals can display their profiles. Our pricing for premium services would remain the same at the individual and organization levels. At the premium level, members would be able to do the following: attend networking events at discounted rates (generally 30 to 50 percent less), send ten free messages per month to non-contacts, use the blogging platform, and organize groups. I know you want this platform to succeed, so let’s plan on meeting this Friday and I can give a more specific plan for making this happen.
Samantha
Complete the following tasks:
Evaluate the effectiveness of Samantha’s message.
Rewrite the message to improve it. Feel free to reasonably embellish the message using the FAIR model.

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(at minimal, 10 sentences)

For the FULL 10 points, you are to respond fully to each question with thorough details and a well thought out explanation or thought. Anything less than 2 paragraphs will not receive full points. (At minimal, 10 sentences)
Assume that diet is associated with aggressive behavior. What if you are dating someone who eats a lot of food that contains polyunsaturated fatty acids, zinc, magnesium, iron, folate, and B, C, and E vitamins, and they show aggressive behavior toward you. Would you talk to them about how their diet may be causing their aggressive behavior? What if you both ate that same diet, and they behave aggressively, but you don’t? Would you still talk to them about their diet, or would you assume their aggressive behavior has other causes?

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What if you were the victim of a burglary and the perpetrator was put into a victim-reconciliation program.

For the FULL 10 points, you are to respond fully to each question with thorough details and a well thought out explanation or thought. Anything less than 2 paragraphs will not receive full points. (At minimal, 10 sentences)
What if you were the victim of a burglary and the perpetrator was put into a victim-reconciliation program. Would you agree to meet with the offender in the program? What would you tell the offender? What if you were raped? Would you agree to meet with the offender in that situation? Discuss which types of crimes might best fit VORPs and which might not.

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Step 4: in an essay of at least three paragraphs (at least 7 sentences per paragraph) evaluate what the nonverbal codes tell you about the individuals, their relationship, context, culture, and communication events.

Step 1:
View the provided video below

Step 2: From your home (or somewhere else, if you are allowed to leave your home) observe the people who are engaged in communication around you.
Step 3: Write down as many nonverbal codes as you can identify; be sure to explain the code with a specific example. (It might be useful to have a list of the codes during the observation).
Step 4: In an essay of at least THREE paragraphs (at least 7 sentences per paragraph) evaluate what the nonverbal codes tell you about the individuals, their relationship, context, culture, and communication events. ***