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Being a Millennial

In the midst of working on my final research paper, I found a pattern between Millennials attitudes and the job skills employers are looking for and the transferable jobs skills tutors bring with them. 316 more words

Writing

Rhetorical & #TechComm Analysis of AT&T "CPNI" Opt-Out Email

As I have mentioned in previous posts (analysis of hacking responses and Kickstarter PR response), as more PR and marketing communications concern technical issues (either directly regarding a technology or technological information about a product or service) there is a need for writers who can write both technical and rhetorically — that is, knowing not just what to say but how and where.

Technical Writing

Close Look at Spirited Away

1) Signal Spectrum

The immersive side is reflected in his works by encompassing viewers in an entirely unfamiliar and fantastical world. The story lines expressed rely on viewers’ ability to engage in these worlds and involve themselves in the myths and traditions to which they are exposed. 1,094 more words

Rhetorical Analysis

"We Write Because We Love Them"

Last Monday we had the pleasure of skyping Jeffrey Grabill, Professor of Rhetoric and Professional Writing and Co-Director of the Writing in Digital Environments (WIDE) Research Center at Michigan State University. 538 more words

Every Every Every Generation

A rhetorical analysis of the article “Every Every Every Generation is the Me Me Me Generation” by Elspeth Reeve, which disputes Stein’s article from earlier.

Rhetorical Analysis

Shirts and Skins

A rhetorical exercise centered around Lisa Baker’s article “Shirts and Skins: A Talk on Gender” (featured in Independent School journal in 2013).

Rhetorical Analysis

Look Before You Leap: Moving Beyond the Obvious

I have the tools and I’m all ready to go. The physical tools are arranged on my desk; laptop, paper, an endless supply of pencils and a sharpener just in case “endless” doesn’t mean what I think it does. 579 more words

Mature Student