I’m trying to study for my Physics course and I need some help to understand this question.
Language and Power is the social issue of my choice. Below i will attach the pass papers completed to utilize while writing this paper and incorporate as you go for whatever makes most sense. ALSO, my core values are: Love, Gratitude, Trust. Since it will be a paragraph relating my core values to the case study.
i also will put below an introductory paragraph i did and you can use that and/or build off of it to what best makes sense:
“Some may believe that language and power don’t relate to one another but in fact they do have a mutual relationship. One that affects people individually, in society, in a workplace, and life as a whole, nonetheless. Writing, speaking, and reading are essential to everyday life which make you as a person. Furthermore, to communicate and express yourself language gives you the ability to be understood when doing so. Language has played a critical role in my military experience and how you’re viewed especially being a woman. I’m in charge of accounting for several personnel each morning and reporting it. One morning, I made a mistake on a report with numbers and the response email I received was awful. In fact, it belittled me because I should’ve “known better”. Being a woman, you’d see the need to work ten times harder to get half the power or respect a man has. The email indeed made me feel “stupid”. My email response was nothing short of graceful communication and writing professionally but still firm to get my point across on the mistake that was unintended. In return, I received an apology for how I was spoken too, and to be honest language goes hand in hand with power. It exudes strength, capability, and the ability to communicate and be understood in any given situation.”
SOURCES AND DOCUMENTATION
I WILL PROVIDE THE ARTICLES BELOW TO UTILIZE FOR THIS PAPER I PUT FOUR BUT YOU ARE ONLY REQUIRED TO USE THREE. THESE ARE ALL BASED OF MY SOCIAL ISSUE : Language and Power.
McWhorter, J. (2012, August). Good applicants with bad grammar. New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/08/13/is-our-children-learning-enough-grammar-to-get-hired/good-applicants-with-bad-grammar
Rushkoff, D. (2012, August). It’s not just rules: It’s clear thinking. New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/08/13/is-our-children-learning-enough-grammar-to-get-hired/its-not-just-grammar-its-clear-thinking
Haussamen, B. (2012, August). What good writing indicates, and doesn’t. New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/08/13/is-our-children-learning-enough-grammar-to-get-hired/what-good-writing-indicates-and-doesnt
Challenger, J. (2012, August). Consider the candidate and the position. New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/08/13/is-our-children-learning-enough-grammar-to-get-hired/consider-the-candidate-and-the-position
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