ENGLISH 101-013 Debate

During the third presidential debate at Lynn University, Boca Baton, Florida Monday Oct 22nd 2012, President Obama accused GOP presidential nominee Gov. Mitt Romney of wanting to take America back to the economic policies that preceded the great depression. In their debate on Monday, Obama asserted that his rival’s plans will only revive the ‘‘economic policies of the 1920s’’. The comment typically implies that Mitt Romney plan seems like a replica of that of President Bush.

The theme of the leaders in 1920 was low taxes and light regulation and this is exactly what the Presidents rival is driving towards. Obamas implication that things did not work out so well then appealed to the audience, with the Wall Street crash and the great depression starting at the end of the decade under another republican, Herbert Hoover. We might not want to select someone who is following the same path.

In conjunction with this, another outstanding moment during this debate was the commander in chief’s horses and bayonets line. President Obama said ‘’ let me mention the navy for example we have fewer ships than in 1916, well governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets because the nature of our military has changed. We have these things called aircraft carriers where planes land on them, ships that go under water, nuclear submarines…’’ Obama appealed to the audience by trying to portray the governor as someone who has policies and principles that will bring the country backward.

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Class topic covered or search term/keyword: Advertisements
Article Title: Public Service Advertisements: Emotions and Empathy Guide Prosocial Behavior
Authors: Richard Bagozzi and David Moore
Publication: Journal of Marketing
Edition: Vol. 58, No. 1 (Jan., 1994), pp. 56-70
Publisher: American Marketing Association
Problem: Public Service Advertisements play on our emotions.
Synopsis: There are two different types of Public Service Advertisements. One type is aimed at individuals who need help, and the other is aimed at getting the public to help those that might be in need. When Public Service Advertisements are played, they generally do seem to have that frame of reference to them. An ad might have a man that had smoked cigarettes his whole life in a wheelchair because his health has diminished since he got sick from something caused by the cigarettes.
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Create Table Employee01 (SSNnumber char(9) Not Null primary key, FirstName Varchar(15) not null, MidName Char, LastName Varchar(15) Not Null, Birthday date, Address varchar(50), Sex Char, Salary decimal(10,2) Default '800', SupervisorSSN Char(9), DepNum Int);

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alter table Employee01 add constraint SSNnumber Foreign key (SupervisorSSN) References Employee01 (SSNnumber) on delete set null;

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My marketing event deals with a car dealership that I was at in Texas a while back. I was helping my cousin find a car with no luck. One of the car salesman finally walked up and began telling us about all the cars. We got to a car that my cousin was particularly fond of, but she did not like the price. The salesman performed a trick that he had planned before we even got there. The car was originally 16,999, but before we got there he flipped the 6 to look like a 9, so it read 19,999. When she was deciding on whether she wanted to pay the price, the salesman flipped over the 9 back to a 6. The deal supposedly looked really good, but he didn’t change the price at all. She ended purchasing the car due to the magic trick that the salesman pulled.

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My marketing event entails a concert that will be going on tomorrow night, Friday, September 28, 2012. I was listening to 104.1, a popular country radio station around here, one morning and they were talking about Chris Young, a famous country singer, was going to be playing at Rabb’s Steakhouse on Friday. I actually had forgotten about it the first time that I heard about it, but almost every local country radio station was discussing this concert. So after Chris Young’s band manager’s marketing strategy of letting everyone in the local area know about the concert, I will be attending the event and it will probably be sold out.

nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio data for Psychology Undergraduates

Define nominal data and provide an example. A nominal data set is also known as a categorical data set. There is no indication of value within a nominal data set.

Define ordinal data and provide an example. With ordinal data you cannot state with certainty whether the intervals between each value are equal. An example would be a rating scale based on 1-10.

Define interval data and provide an example.The difference between intervals in equal. Do you agree strongly, somewhat, neutral, not at all.

Define ratio data and provide an example. A ratio variable, has all the properties of an interval variable, and also has a clear definition of 0.0

What is the difference between reliability and validity? Reliability is consistency of the data and validity is the data's accuracy.