Public relations questions
1. Public relations credibility remains vital in measuring the accuracy of
information. Explore a "what if" scenario in which this did not exist and no
measurements were in place to note if information is reliable and verifiable.
2. The credibility of information in public relations is important within personal and
professional realms. Explore a possible "what if" scenario in which organizations
do not have the opportunity to utilize various sources.
Introduction to Literature
1. In this course we have read about and discussed a variety of themes including
family, love, religion, death, race, gender, beauty, art, war, etc. How have your
assumptions and ideas been transformed as a result of the literature you have
read? How have your assumptions and ideas been solidified? Finally, how have
you been able to resolve your ideas with those presented by the authors? Please
include specific quotations and passages from your reading to further expand and
support your ideas.
2. What genre of literature have you enjoyed the most? Why? What about this genre
surprised you? Please include specific quotations and passages from your reading
to further expand and support your ideas.
Background… here’s some of my favorite things we’ve read this class
Songs of Innocence and Experience by William Blake .. Poem:
Death of a Salesman: http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/salesman/