King advises Sung to spend the brand’s sales to other regions, instead of regional population, like Ontario. According to the case, the Guard’s promotion funds have been misallocated before, and the fact that Sung received 12 percent of Guard’s sales accounted from 36 percent spent in Ontario, leads to the decision that he should not spend it all in Ontario again. King also suggested that Sung could find businesses with good sales located in Quebec and the Prairies; even though, it would not work in both countries. According to the numbers, Quebec’s consumers concentrate on buying soap, from local brands, different from Prairies’ consumers that buy deodorant bars of soap. I think that Sung should advertise its brand in a different, efficient, and effective way in Ontario and create a new strategy for the Prairies markets.
SPS: To inform my audience on the dangers of bottled water companies on the environment, and our society. Thesis: Use third party sources to reveal where bottled water comes from, who regulates it, and the negative impact its factories and waste have on our environment and ourselves. I: Intro: AGD: How many people here drink bottled water? Well according to the documentary “Tapped” by Stephanie Soechtig, 40% of all bottled water is just recycled municipal tap water. Aka, the exact same thing that comes out of your faucet.
amount they drank at the restaurant rather than because of the food. But with a deductive argument, the conclusion is an inevitable result of the logic of the premises. It is not based on observation or experience, but on logical processes. Develop your knowledge Detailed discussions of different ways of arguing and of evaluating arguments can be found in books about critical thinking skills, such as: Critical Thinking: An Introduction by Alec Fisher (Cambridge University Press, 2001) Critical Reasoning: A Practical Introduction by Anne Thomson (Routledge, 2002) For a briefer outline in the context of the philosophy of religion, pp.40–44 of: Philosophy of Religion: Thinking about Faith by C. Stephen Evans (Intervarsity Press, 1985) A priori and a posteriori arguments Another very similar way of classifying arguments is into two
I will revisit the Accord in retrospect to today; how it has failed Canada and how much the science has changed thus far. She summarizes in her essay, the reasons why President George Bush was opposed to the Kyoto Accord. He objects to the first point, which consists of exempting developing nations “the Accord defeats its goals: emissions from non-participants will offset the sacrifices made by participants.” (Kelly, par. 2) Kelly argues that if the leading nations show leadership in reducing their gas emissions, then they could set an example for other nations. She also makes a point of teaching by example.
Alexander Graham Bell lived in Brantford (Ontario), and is the inventor the first working telephone. Since 1876, the telephone has greatly developed and is now much smaller, and has been created into a mobile version. Now a days, millions of people worldwide are dependent on the telephone, and would not be able to function anywhere near as efficiently as we do now, without it. The telephone and lightbulb are inventions that make life easier for us, but one of the most recognized Canadian inventions is lifesaving. Fredrick Banting and Charles Best lived in London (Ontario), and are the inventors of artificial insulin.
Water is fundamental for life; a basic human right and should be accessible to all. Then the question should be; should Canada then be obligated to share the water supply with our neighbours? Since more than 70% http://www.ec.gc.ca/water/en/e_quickfacts.htm, July 13th, 2009 of the Earth is covered in water, one would assume there is an adequate amount of water for everyone. It would benefit Canada to share our clean drinking water with other less fortunate countries. By sharing, we would then help our own economic crises in Canada, and alleviate ourselves of recession with the income of money coming from other countries.
Culture, employee moral, authenticity, innovation, and environmental issues are all things that are focused on in their values. 2. What keeps other companies from having the commitment to environmental sustainability that NBB has evidenced? NBB has observed that other companies fail in having the commitment to environmental sustainability by overlooking the opportunity to recycle glass. NBB attempted to develop an idea for a bill known as the “bottle bill” that would promote glass recycling by adding a deposit on purchases that would be returned to the consumer upon return of the bottles.
The argument on my brochure is that not banning plastic bags and instead, finding an alternative solution, such as recycling is the logical choice. Throughout my entire argument, I used quite a few rhetorical devices to help convince my audience, the Californian environmentalist, that banning plastic bags doesn’t help the environment. Three main rhetorical devices that I used are the appeal to logos, pathos, and environmental dictions. First of all, I used the appeal of logos to convince my audience why they shouldn’t considered banning plastic bags. On my brochure, I used credible testimonial from important figures such as Stephen Joseph, founder of Save The Plastic Bags Coalition, David Santillo, Marine Biologist at Greenpeace, and Dani
6. Is it acceptable for newspapers to withhold information concerning a population’s welfare? 7. Is it ok that protocol encourages workers to ignore their gut feeling in deference to a person’s privacy? The ethical issue; “What should Barbara do?” is the main issue because it is the key question to ask in deciding whether or not to get involved in solving, or not solving, the case of the threatened attack on the water supply.
Assisted Suicide Assisted Suicide Ethics is defined as a “systematic study of and reflection on morality.” Analyzing ethical issues in a systematic way brings us to utilize the six-step process to illustrate the critical thinking process. I read the article ‘Judge Lifts Assisted-suicide Ban’ from the Portland Press Herald (Portland Press, 2012) that discusses an issue in British Columbia legalizing the right to assisted suicides. This is a curious matter in health care, especially as a future nurse who has been taught to advocate for my patients. Countries are continuously fighting the issue of assisted suicide as their population ages. In Canada it has been illegal to “counsel, aid or abet a suicide” (Portland Press, 2012) with a maximum sentencing of 14 years.