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Reorganization of Sources
Abstract: My Newfound Sources What: There were some complications regarding my paper's sources, causing all of them to become unavailable to me.  However, after using a more reliable database, I have collected alternative sources.  Afterwards, I put them into subcategories based on the part of the body that the article is focused on. So What: ... Continue reading →
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Especially for Valentine's Day: Students Report Their Good News
If you’re like me, you often hear more about problems than you do about what’s going well in your student’s life. That’s what we get for loving and supporting them—they feel safe telling us everything. :) So, with Valentine’s Day coming up tomorrow, I thought you might enjoy hearing some of the good things that ... Continue reading →
Becoming a Better Teacher with Joe Hoyle
Joe Hoyle is an Associate Professor of Accounting and a Robins Teaching Fellow at the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond. Tuesday, February 18th, 3:30 – 4:30 PM, Blackwell Ballroom Joe is an Associate Professor of Accounting and a Robins Teaching Fellow at the Robins School of Business at the University of ... Continue reading →
Post #4: Dramatistic Perspective of Coraline (2009)
Brief Overview of the Rhetorical Situation Coraline and her family move from Michigan to Oregon. As her parents struggle to complete their gardening catalog, Coraline is often left alone because they put their work above her. Their new home, Pink Palace Apartments, has a dark history – the kids who lived there before them all ... Continue reading →
Post #4: A Dramatistic Analysis of You Season 1
https://youtu.be/lY55ig5js6I   The Rhetorical Situation and Plot Summary The 2018 Netflix Original tv show You is based on a novel with the same title by Caroline Kepnes which was originally published in 2014. The show takes place in modern-day New York City (2018), specifically at Mooney's Bookstore which is run by the protagonist Joe Goldberg. Joe is ... Continue reading →
Post #4: A Dramatistic Perspective of Shrek
The Ogre-View: Shrek (2001) follows the titular character on his journey to reclaim his swamp and return to his life of solitude and removed from society. At the very least that is how it starts out. Instead, the motivations for the hero Shrek changes into one of yearning to be loved and accepted. This shift ... Continue reading →
Update
Ibrahim will not be available today (2/12) due to travel!