Assigned audience: academic college-level audience.

A Happier Nation– An Informed Proposal Essay for English 102
Format: MLA, 12-point font Times New Roman, with in-text citations
Minimum page length: 1150 words independent of the title, headers and the bibliography, which gets its own page. This paper’s body text should be around four pages in length
Minimum number of sources: 4 credible sources, independent of any encyclopedic or dictionary sources. Two of the four sources MUST have page numbers.
Assigned Audience: Academic college-level audience. Students must write a paper at an appropriate level of discourse for this audience.
Required Topic:
Please propose what you believe would be the most effective law that the federal government should enact so that the United States of America in order to make the largest number of people happy within our borders for the longest period of time.
The law that I chose that would be the most effective is the ban on assault rifles for personal use in the United states.
In order to successfully write this informed proposal essay, you must successfully research existing policies related to your proposal and the thinking of people who have subject-matter expertise on the areas to which the proposal is related. You would need to examine both the idealism which would lead someone to propose this change and the practicality of such a proposal – would it have unintended consequences? Should it be done despite these collateral effects? Student, I am sending you into a place where many will disagree with you, whatever you might propose. You will need all your power of research in order to avoid sources which are simply not credible. Arm yourself with a clear knowledge of who is talking to you and why they want your attention.

Have fun and make the ending what you think would really happen in life.

Part 1. Poem, should not he more than 2-3 lines each.
“ Write a narrative poem based on experiences in your own life. And also a poem selecting one of the 11 poetry forms described above.” attached.
Part 2. Flash fiction, about 300 words. Attached.
Part 3. Fables, Write an original fable. Aim for a length similar to the Fox and the Cat. (attached) See if you can create a work that explores modern issues, such as the increasing role technology plays in the world, the pandemic, etc. Graphics are not necessary, but welcome.
Part 4. Select a favorite fairy tale and rewrite the ending. For example, perhaps the slipper doesn’t fit on Cinderella’s foot – then what does Prince Charming do? Have fun and make the ending what you think would really happen in life. attached.

You already wrote me the introduction.

OTHER: I just need you to go over my professor’s feedback and revise it.
Comments from Customer
PREVIOUS PAPER INSTRUCTIONS (#488710932): I need to complete the essay you already started. You already wrote me the introduction.
I need you to talk about the different rhetorical appeals in each paragraph and how the author uses those.
A Modest Proposal: https://www.readwritethink.org/sites/default/files/resources/30827_modestproposal.pdf
Editing for Multilingual Writers: https://writingcenter.gmu.edu/writing-resources/writing-as-process/how-to-edit-your-own-essay-strategies-for-multilingual-writers
Rhetorical Appeals: https://pressbooks.ulib.csuohio.edu/csu-fyw-rhetoric/chapter/rhetorical-strategies-building-compelling-arguments/

What surprised you?

After reading Act III, watching it (preferably the Kenneth Branagh version), and listening to the podcast, write a 250-word post on the key encounters in this act between Hamlet and the two important women in his life, Ophelia and Gertrude. Only summarize the plot briefly; focus on what these encounters reveal about Hamlet’s emotional state and about his relationships with women. What surprised you? Intrigued you? Puzzled you?

Write 150 words (minimum for credit) about the character medea or whether revenge in romance is ever acceptable.

How much has changed over the 2500 years since Euripides wrote Medea’s speech bemoaning the state of women? This may be the easier option…
use ONLY 10 SENTENCES, the FIRST must be the thesis
HINTS: your first sentence is the thesis (see this week’s writing lecture). It will answer the question. You cannot in nine sentences fully address the question, so you must narrow your focus. THE BEST PAPERS will use examples from the text. don’t worry about citations. speech is found in attached text- lines 213-271 p. 11-13
SECOND PART of assignment
write 150 words (minimum for credit) about the character Medea OR whether revenge in romance is ever acceptable. (I’m sure no one will justify killing children, but are Medea’s feeling of betrayal relatable until she takes that terrible step?) In our world, do men or women have the advantage (because of social, political, economic power, for example)? Or come up with your own take on the story… Open ended.

How was the data/information analyzed (e.g., content analysis, etc.)?

The company we have selected is: THE GIVING MOVEMENT
TGM’s Official Website:
https://thegivingmovement.com/pages/our-story?gclid=Cj0KCQjwk5ibBhDqARIsACzmgLRDw6BOPKnv-HIOdETqRiGVHLTI51IgRjhQ3ZYpx9SwBQf9zzSDbGIaApWNEALw_wcB
For the about the company, please mention that we have interviewed an employee working at The Giving Movement.
Please go over the requirements and guidelines attached in the word document. Please make sure to follow the same format. I have attached a screenshot of the rubric, as well.
IMPORTANT REQS:
Title of the Report
Executive Summery
Introduction
here you will talk about the need for and benefits of having an information system strategy. Why should a business have IS strategy? Support your answer with citing some research articles and other academic sources (e.g., conferences and books).
About the company
Company background (provide all the information about the company), rational for selecting it (why did you chose this company?), have you interviewed any person to understand their IS strategy (if any), and why, etc.
Methodology
How was the data/information collected by your group? (e.g., desk research, observation, or interviews). How was the data/information analyzed (e.g., content analysis, etc.)?
Findings
Your detailed explanation of the information system strategy of the selected company including successful adoption factors, key decision makers and leadership, challenges and impediments, implementation success/failure factors, impact of IT on the organization’s performance, etc.
*Please still go over the document attached carefully*
Comments from Customer
Customer is an international student. Please, provide a regular grammatically correct, well-structured paper according to the instructions and academic context provided, written with simple sentence structures and easy vocabulary (or shortly, use simple English).

If you have any questions please reach out.

I will attach the prompt below, the prompt includes all the instructions needed as well as the lenght (20 lines plus additional short explanation)
For the character I would like you to pick a business man (not name anyone irl) use stereotypes, criticise him or flatter him in a humorous ways, make sure to use some examples of things he does that contradict each other, and satirize him. Lastly make sure it’s humorous and that the characters hold some truth to them. If you have any questions please reach out.

It is a proposal for the research paper that you will write for assignment 7.

Instructions:
Step 1: First read the instructions for Assignment 7 because this assignment is a proposal for the research paper that you will write for that assignment.
Step 2: Go to Queen’s University Library’s page for the Inquiry@Queen’s Undergraduate Research Conference proceedings (https://ojs.library.queensu.ca/index.php/inquiryatqueens/programs). Browse through the past PDFs of conference programs on that site to find an example or two of a paragraph-long proposal for a project in your discipline.
Step 3: Conduct a research review (review research sources) on the topic you chose for your Assignment 4 research question forum post. You may build on the cursory research you undertook to develop that question. The goal is to deepen your research focus to identify a specific research gap in your discipline and to consider how your research contribution can address this gap.
Step 4: After conducting your research review, consult the UCLA Undergraduate Writing Centre page on Writing research proposals (https://uwc.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Writing-Research-Proposals.pdf), and review Unit 7 lesson notes to ensure your proposal meets the prescribed requirements.
Step 5: Write your 250-word research proposal (the word count does not include your name and end-of-text citations. Please use no fewer than 10% of the required word count). It is a proposal for the research paper that you will write for Assignment 7. You must also cite the works you intend to use in your end-of-text citations (your bibliography/references/works cited page). Your bibliography/references/works cited page should include 4 academic research sources. Be sure to take time to review, evaluate, revise, and edit your proposal to ensure it meets the standards of a proposal, that it articulates and addresses a demonstrated research gap in your discipline, and that it is presented as coherently as possible before submitting to OWL Assignments. Please follow the conventions of the scholarly citation style required for your discipline (MLA is typically used for French and English literature, Philosophy, and Religious Studies; APA is typically used for Psychology, Economics, Disability Studies, Thanatology, Social Justice, Sociology, Criminology, and Social Work; Chicago is typically used for History, Political Science, Child and Youth Studies, Human Rights, and Business).

Please use no fewer than 10% of the required word count).

Instructions:
Step 1: First read the instructions for Assignment 7 because this assignment is a proposal for the research paper that you will write for that assignment.
Step 2: Go to Queen’s University Library’s page for the Inquiry@Queen’s Undergraduate Research Conference proceedings (https://ojs.library.queensu.ca/index.php/inquiryatqueens/programs). Browse through the past PDFs of conference programs on that site to find an example or two of a paragraph-long proposal for a project in your discipline.
Step 3: Conduct a research review (review research sources) on the topic you chose for your Assignment 4 research question forum post. You may build on the cursory research you undertook to develop that question. The goal is to deepen your research focus to identify a specific research gap in your discipline and to consider how your research contribution can address this gap.
Step 4: After conducting your research review, consult the UCLA Undergraduate Writing Centre page on Writing research proposals (https://uwc.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Writing-Research-Proposals.pdf), and review Unit 7 lesson notes to ensure your proposal meets the prescribed requirements.
Step 5: Write your 250-word research proposal (the word count does not include your name and end-of-text citations. Please use no fewer than 10% of the required word count). It is a proposal for the research paper that you will write for Assignment 7. You must also cite the works you intend to use in your end-of-text citations (your bibliography/references/works cited page). Your bibliography/references/works cited page should include 4 academic research sources. Be sure to take time to review, evaluate, revise, and edit your proposal to ensure it meets the standards of a proposal, that it articulates and addresses a demonstrated research gap in your discipline, and that it is presented as coherently as possible before submitting to OWL Assignments. Please follow the conventions of the scholarly citation style required for your discipline (MLA is typically used for French and English literature, Philosophy, and Religious Studies; APA is typically used for Psychology, Economics, Disability Studies, Thanatology, Social Justice, Sociology, Criminology, and Social Work; Chicago is typically used for History, Political Science, Child and Youth Studies, Human Rights, and Business).