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Week 5 screenings: National and transnational cinemas Week 5 screenings: National and transnational cinemas Screen at least one of the following films this week: I encouage you to see as much as you can this summer! Monsoon Wedding (India et al, 2001) – Mira Nair’s biggest box office success A Simple Life (Hong Kong, 2011) – Ann Hui’s minor key gem Wild Tales (Argentina, 2014) – Damián Szifron’s Tarantino-esque set of variations on a theme Criterion has been streaming a Mira Nair retrospective this year… A little digging will reward you with additional Ann Hui films, to say nothing of the wealth of film from South America! Discussion board (20 points) Our final week for this condensed summer course! We’re reading about national and transnational cinemas, streaming films from both the Americas and Asia, and we’re collaborating on an online map of global cinema… We even have a couple of flipgrid assignments! All of these things are on the table… On top of that, I’m happy to entertain a conversation regarding what you liked about the class (and wouldn’t mind seeing more of), as well as what you didn’t like about the class (and wouldn’t mind seeing less of)… Your feedback is really useful to me as I look ahead to multiple online sections of this class in September!  Sign-up wiki MAKE YOUR CHOICE OF ENTRIES TODAY! EVERYONE SHOULD PICK TWO ITEMS TO WORK ON… Please sign up for two different entries on our interactive Global Cinema map… Everyone should have one entry from Pool A (a list of entries based on shared readings and screenings) and one entry from Pool B (a list of entries based on individual interests–and let’s try to build that in chronological order, ok?). Make sure you’ve signed up for two entries asap for your initial 50 points… You have the rest of this Sign up! Created By  Bjorn Ingvoldstad on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 10:52:08 PM EDT last modified by  Olivia Aubin on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 1:19:28 PM EDT POOL A – Shared content. Pick one of the listed entries by adding your name to the right of the entry… Please keep the entries in alphabetical order.  Argentinian cinema –  Asian cinema-Michael Poirier Bollywood-   Bong Joon-Ho – Devin Biello, Aidan Washington, Teagan Parker Cannes Film Festival – Briana Jusseaume, Olivia Aubin European cinema-  Joe Auriemma Hui, Ann –  Nollywood- Oluchi Enaworu Indian cinema-  Jia Zhang-ke-  Mohandas, Geethu –  Nair, Mira –  Romanian cinema-  Tsai, Ming-liang – Varda, Agnès –  Venice Film Festival – Grace Leopold Vinterberg, Thomas –  POOL B – Individual content. Please add one entry to the list, keeping the list in alphabetical order by entry (adding your name to the right of the entry). (add content here!) Claire Denis – Grace Leopold Dogtooth – Joe Auriemma Lion Heart – Oluchi Enaworu Snowpiercer – Aidan Washington Steel Rain – Michael Poirier The Meyerowitz Stories – Briana Jusseaume The Handmaiden – Teagan Parker, Olivia Aubin Titane – Devin Biello Collaborative final (150 points total) Make sure you choose two entry ideas (below)–the map for collaborative work will open later this week! Nothing to upload to Blackboard; rather, we’ll use an off-Blackboard tool (like we do with Flipgrid) to collaboratively build the project. Everything should be up by the end of the semester (6/27)… The big assignment in the final week of Summer 2022 (150 points total, or 15% of your final grade) will be to collaborate on an interactive Global Cinema map. Everyone in class will be selecting a pair of entries (be it films, directors, actors, national cinemas, etc), and then pulling together web-based materials to supplement each of your two short, 250-word written posts. We’ll make mapping selections, then work on entries…  Here’s our collaborative project for the semester–together gathering material on global cinema to share online! Everyone picks two entries (go to our Wiki to make your selection)… Then for each entry I’d like you to gather the following: an entry of approximately 250 words –for instance, any kind of summary and/or critical take on your subject (from our textbook or elsewhere) that you think would be interesting to the rest of the class (and our fellow travellers) at least two additional elements of web content to make your entry vibrant (a link to a webpage, film trailer, photos / stills, etc) CLICK HERE to upload your entries to Padlet! Use the tool to include video, web links, and your short entries… and then plot them on our map! Two posts to upload: EACH of them should include a 250-word entry + two web-rich items (e.g. hyperlink, still image, video)… Make sure you sign your name (or at least your initials) to ensure you get credit for your work! The initial wiki sign-up is 50 points, and then the two posted entries are another 100 points… Make sure you sign up for (and do) two entries!
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MGMT 130 Group Project – Outline Background: Virtual team skills have never been more in demand than they are right now. Working remotely is not going away, even after the pandemic. Therefore, this project should be conducted as a group. That said, I realize that some of you just may not be able to work with a group right now. I won’t force you, but I will encourage you. Purpose: The purpose of this project is to apply course concepts to a company of interest to you. You will research and prepare a case study of an organization. This means researching a company of interest to you and preparing a presentation on that the company using course concepts and vocabulary. You are basically telling a story about the company using as much course vocabulary and concepts as you can. The more concepts and vocabulary that you incorporate, the higher the grade. Process: The first step is selecting a company to research. Pick a company that genuinely interests you and is easy to find information on. Be thinking about which chapters/course content you found the most interesting and then start a Google search with key words like the name of the company and a course concept. Examples: Walmart and strategy or Apple and innovation. The following 2 chapters are packed with useful and easy to apply concepts and vocabulary: Chapter 3 – Organizational Environments and Cultures Chapter 6 – Organizational Strategy However, other chapters may be useful concepts to incorporate, depending on the company you are researching. Examples: Chapter 4 – Ethics and Social Responsibility – if the company is either really good… or bad at this Chapter 7 – Innovation and Change – if the company relies on innovation to stay competitive Chapter 8 – Global Management – if the company operates on a global scale Feel free to reference any chapter, including ones we did not cover. As stated, the more concepts and vocabulary, the better. Final Product: A Powerpoint presentation, posted on Blackboard, that takes the reader 10-15 min to get through. Include references Notes: Consider including short videos or other relevant links to make the presentation as interesting and engaging as possible You can also add audio to narrate Project Evaluation:Your group grade will be determined by your collective ability to meet the following objectives. Research quality – company is well researched and understood Application of course concepts – the more concepts that are correctly applied, the higher the grade Presentation Quality – the presentation is well organized and interesting
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Katelyn  Evaluate Paley’s Teleological Argument. Do you think it offers a better version of the Teleological Argument than the Argument by Analogy as presented by David Hume? Do you think Paley’s version withstands Hume’s objections? The central component of Paley’s Argument as it differs from Hume’s Argument by Analogy is the inclusion of a “reliable indicator” in recognizing intelligent design. As referenced in lecture, this process of identification necessitates consideration of a deity of human approximation, when approaching the question of the existence of God. The engagement of the Formal Structure of comparison and probability cites observation as the source of a claim to determining probability. As the Teleological Argument uses the inductive form of reasoning, the inquiry results in an expressed likelihood of inference to the best explanation for a phenomena (Prof. Devlin, lecture). The form of the Teleological approach identifies hypothesis as the most important factor in considering an argument. As a component of making the Watchmaker Argument, Paley identifies components of a watch which are indicative of intelligent design. In identifying similar elements in observing natural organisms; Paley’s determinative expression of the possible existence of God is challenged by Hume’s indication of imperfection in design, and disconnection between God and the realm of the human. How does the existence of natural organisms as created by God, or by random phenomena; question the expectation of the role of the divine? As a product of an inductive approach, Paley’s argument offers a succinct counterpart to Hume’s challenges; both preemtively addressing many of the considerations presented by Hume, and by consenting to parallels as they might be approached through the argument of Analogy. Does Paley’s argument address the applicable analogies as successfully as Hume’s analogical approach? Specifically, in what ways does the idea of a clock complicate an expression of intelligence by providing a barometer for meaning, and in what ways might it help make the pattern of argument more successful? Joshua Did you survive the Staying Alive Thought experiment? I did not survive the Staying Alive Thought experiment. I first decided to take the teletransporter to Mars, because that was a gurentee survival of 100%, then I chose to have the silicon chip installed in my brain to preserve my memory, personality etc. instead of being forced to loose memories/change personalities due to the virus, lastly I chose to let my body die in order to preserve my soul instead of freezing my body and letting my soul die. Through the lecture I discovered that I follow the soul theory of identity which is: Person A at time T1 is identical to person B at time T2 if and only if A and B possess the same soul. Through the choices I made in the game, I understand my thought process more because I ultimatly wanted my soul to survive through each decision I made. It was very facinating!

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