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Building Officials Won't Be Happy Until You're Out of Business. Just Ask Little Spider Creations.

If you think code enforcement folks and others only harass construction professionals, check out this story. Little Spider Creations is a company that makes sculptures, statues, and more for amusement parks and other venues is a small business out of Denver, Colorado. 180 more words

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Persuasion and Coercion in Public Relations

.Persuasion in Public Relations is identified as the neutralizing of negative opinions and reinforcement of positive ones, as well as, materialize opinions that remain latent or aren’t formed (MediaMiser; 2015). 316 more words

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Module 8: Persuasion and Coercion

Persuasion is defined as the effort to gain public support for an opinion or course of action (Bobbitt & Sullivan 2009, p. 8). Persuasion is often used in public relations to neutralise hostile opinions and to maintain opinions favourable to an organisation (Wilcox et al. 359 more words

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Strategies of Planned Social Change

Even though change is guaranteed, the nature and direction of social change is not predestined. Planned Social Change, refers to the deliberate attempt to alter any social situation. 723 more words

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Red Clay Lays Down The Opt-Out Rules For Teachers!!! The Propoganda Continues Without Board Approval!!!

No sooner do I write an article about sources and information I receive, when I get this bomb the Red Clay Consolidated School District is sending to principals to then sending to teachers.  1,006 more words

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A Coerced Engagement

I’ve done a lot of stupid things over the years; most have which have been with good intention. I’ve put my needs, responsibilities and judgment on hold to ensure that someone else gets to be in a better place. 1,165 more words

YES CAN MEAN NO

It was in a political philosophy course that I first seriously thought about the idea of consent. We were talking about Nozick’s entitlement theory –just acquisition, just transfer, and rectification—as it relates to his overall theory of justice. 1,684 more words