COM 616- Communicating Mindfully Category

Oral Presentation

Initially, I thought the oral presentation would be easy. However, choosing a topic became challenging. Some theories are easy to comprehend than others. I find it easier to apply Habermas’s theories to situations—it just makes sense to me. I can identify with truth, truthfulness, and legitimacy. Media production is something I’ve always enjoyed. I was […]

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The Personality of the United States of America: Findings and Implications

Hello Scholars! I hope you enjoy my case study presentation. Viewer discretion is advised. Final Paper: The Personality of the U.S. Case Study Good Resources: http://blackwhiteblue.newsone.com/

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Blog 7: Increase your communication

Hello Scholars! There are many steps one could take in order to increase his or her communication ethics literacy. When I think about enhancing my communication ethics literacy, and applying my education to public and private space(s), I believe it is imperative to have an open mind. Not only to have an open mind, but […]

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Week 6: Seriously…I’m Allergic

To Everything There is a Season To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; […]

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Week 5: In Memory of…

Hello Scholars! The topic from this week’s reading is “organizations are holders of a ‘community of memory’”. Arnett, Fritz & Bell (2009) inform us that, “the community of memory within an organization is a sense of organizational conscience, retaining what a given organization deems as good. A community of memory within an organization frames its identity, and its political life,” (p. […]

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Inquiry Project Draft: The Beginning

Hello Scholars, I am working on my inquiry draft paper. It is truly a rough draft. Draft Paper COM616 Enjoy! ~Miss. Monét

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Public Discourse: Plagiarism

Hello Scholars! The national news article I chose from NPR.org is titled, Trump Campaign Says Melania Trump’s Words Were Her Own by Scott Detrow. The article was published on July 19, 2016, the morning after potential First Lady Melania Trump’s controversial speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC). Why was her speech divisive? Because it’s […]

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Vlog: Public Discourse Ethics

Hello Scholars! For my  Individual Vlog Presentation , I chose the topic of Differentiation of public and private space for the course, Communicating Mindfully. Together, we will view a scene from the film, Imitation of Life and examine the case of Rachael Dolezal;  both examples illustrate the distinction between public and private space which can be examined through formal/ distant and […]

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The Narrative of My Life

Life is a series of narratives. Arnett, Fritz, and Bell (2009) write “a narrative is a story agreed upon by a group of people. This public story explains the way the world works and the meaning of human life, including what is good for humans to be and do. A narrative provides guidelines for human […]

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