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Modern Contemporary Issue

Place Hamlet in a modern political setting, dealing with a modern contemporary issue of your choice. Then, give him a choice to make on that issue – how would he respond? How would he react? What would he ultimately do, and why? What is at stake in this issue? If you’re feeling creative, cast yourself as Rosencrantz or Guildenstern and be his foil or devil’s advocate, and debate him. What challenges does he face? What positive things does he bring to the discussion? Use examples from the text to explain his actions/behaviors/choices, and if necessary, do research to support your own.

Your dialogue/reflection should be 2 to 3 pages.

Shakespeare, Hamlet (Folger Library Shakespeare). Simon & Shuster,
ISBN 074347712X.

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Human Evolution

Question – briefly summarize human evolution from the first bipedal hominid to modern day humans. What do you believe led to these evolutionary changes?
Please keep the font size 12 or 13.
You just need to answer the question. Please use guidelines attached in images.
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Cultural Factors and Their Influence on Medications

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In this written assignment, select one cultural factor such as health beliefs, language, perception of time, environment control, etc. (see textbook reading) and apply it to a selected ethnic group. Fill out the attached Concept Map to Include the following:

One impact on medication preparation. Explain.
Two impacts on medication administration. Explain.
Two potential adverse reactions. Explain with rationale.
One possible issue in adherence to medication regimen. Explain how this can be overcome.

Campaign Brief

Write a Campaign brief, 2-3 double-spaced pages, in Times New Roman, 12 pt. font in which you will include sections separated by headings as follows:

  1. Problem Analysis Statement – p. 136, Becoming Rhetorical
  2. The intended and focused audience for your campaign – firstly, identify all of the rhetorical stakeholders in the issue, secondly, state which of these groups of stakeholders is your focused audience, and, lastly, explain what their main concerns and issues are
  3. The specific message of your campaign
  4. Describe the strategies you will use to address ethos, logos, pathos
  5. Describe briefly your campaign materials and why do you consider them to be rhetorically effective for your audience.

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