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a October 22nd, 2012

In the argument, the writer concludes that Omega University should expand its music-therapy degree program by increasing enrollment targets to improve its financial status. To substantiate the conclusion, the writer points out that music therapists should have no trouble finding good jobs because there are a lot of job openings in the music-therapy field. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before we agree with the conclusion driven from the argument.

cart October 12th, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that each supervisor helps the CoffeeCart by reminding their team members to visit it because the loss of this service exhibits the company¡¯s problem. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out that given the low staff morale that was showed in the questionnaire is related to the dissatisfaction with the snack machines. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before we agree with the conclusion driven from the argument.

a October 10th, 2012

In this article, the writer concludes that a local government is able to finish a local economic downturn by relaxing regulations governing all constructions to encourage more building permits can be issued. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out that an increase in the number of residential building permits issued per month in a particular region has been a reliable indicator of coming improvements to that region¡¯s economy. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before we agree with the conclusion driven by the argument.

level of bacteria October 2nd, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that consumers of Excel Meats should be safe from infections because its main processing plant has shown more improvement in eliminating bacterial contamination than any other plant cited in the government report. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out that the amount of bacteria in samples of processed chicken decreased by 50 percent on average from the previous year¡¯s level in the trial period of government inspections. In author¡¯s line of reasoning, he or she simply assumes that government inspection is performed in very effective ways, so it causes the reduction of level of bacteria in meat-processing plants. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before we agree with the conclusion driven from the argument.

series of books February 14th, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that movie sequel based on the bestsellers in local bookstores definitely succeed because of the success of the books and its original movie. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before agreeing with the author's reasoning.

globalization February 13th, 2012

Some people think that the rise of multinational corporations accelerate globalization, so every region turns into the same. Others support the claim that regional difference cannot disappear even though multinational corporations develop more. This issue is controversial one but a closer examination reveals that as multinational corporations grow, people everywhere are beginning to want the same things, so regional difference will be rapidly removed.

nova high school February 13th, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that the board of Nova High School should invest a large portion of the avaiable budget to buy more computers, and that all schools in the district should introduce interactive computer instruction throughout the curriculum. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out that dropout rate of Nova High School declined, and graduates of the school reports imprssive achievement in college. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before the conclusion drawn from the argument.

As government bureaucracy increases February 13th, 2012

Some people think that government becomes more bureaucratic, citizens become divided from their government. Others support the claim that though government bureaucracy increases, it can support citizens individually. This issue is a controversial one but closer examination reveals that citizens become more and more separeted from their government as government bureaucracy increases.

well-being February 11th, 2012

Some people think that the development of many small businesses fosters the well-being of society. Others support the claim that focusing on large, high-profile corporations increase the total economic pie of the country, thereby raising the level of well-being. The issue is controversial one but closer examination reveals that the well-being of a society relies more on the small businesses than large corporations because of the reasons followed.

motorcycle February 8th, 2012

The writer of the article rebuts the argument that a foreign company, which has penetrated in United States market with the same type of the product with motorcycle X, fails to attract customers because its product lacks the loud noise compared to that of motorcycle X. To substantiate the conclusion, the author states two reasons. First, foreign cars are sold well though they are quieter than American cars. Second, since television advertisements of motorcycle X do not emphasize engine-roar on the sound track, sound is not main appealing point that motorcycle consumers consider important. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before agreeing with the opinion that the article is suggesting.

,,, February 6th, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that people who want to relax the excess stomach acid with milder nonprescription have to choose Acid-Ease. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out that doctors have prescribed more for Acid-Ease than for Pepticaid in full-strength medication for the relief of excess stomach acid. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before agreeing with the conclusion driven from the argument.

February 6th, 2012

Some people think that the workers should prepare for technologies and service changes to keep their jobs. Other people support the claim that governments or companies have responsibility to take care of those peoples by helping them adjust to those changes. The issue is controversial one but a closer examination reveals that the responsibility that adapts workers to rapid changes belongs to government or business.

best strategy February 6th, 2012

Some people think that the best business strategy is to find competent people and delegate as much decision rights as possible. Other people support the claim that a company should manage employees to achieve its primary objective, maximization profits. The issue is a controversial one but a closer examination reveals that companies need to control employees to maximize shareholders¡¯ value.

personal interviews February 5th, 2012

Some people think that potential employees should be evaluated based on objective information, so personal interviews are not necessary since it is too subjective. Other people support the claim that personal interviews are more effective way to judge candidates¡¯ qualification for the job. The issue is a controversial one but a closer examination reveals that companies should depend on personal interviews to find better employees.

managerial issues February 5th, 2012

In this newsletter, the writer concludes that the general belief that employees are not interested in management issues is not true at least nowadays. To substantiate the conclusion, the writer points out that a recent survey exhibits that 79% of survey respondents are highly interested in management issues, such as corporate restructuring and redesign of benefit programs. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before we agree with the conclusion driven from the argument.

show loyalty February 3rd, 2012

The issue here is whether employees should show loyalty to their firms by unequivocally supporting company managers and policies. I agree that employees have a binding duty to be loyal to their employers. However, loyalty does not always mean mindless support of superiors and their policies. Moreover, in extreme circumstances, the duty to be loyal may be overridden by a more important duty.

expansion to recreational facilities February 3rd, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that Take Heart Fitness Center should continue to add new recreational facilities to gain competitiveness in the health and recreational market. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out that the use of the center by its members increase by 12 percent after new swimming pool opening early last summer. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified, before we agree with the conclusion driven from the argument.

post office February 3rd, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that the postmasters of Presto City and Lento City have to exchange their office to balance the performance. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out that the Presto City post office handled twice as many items as the Lento City post office, with less customer complaints, during a two-week study.. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before we agree with the conclusion driven from the argument.

topic 584 issue January 31st, 2012

In order to determine whether advertisements reflect a nation¡¯s ideas, it is necessary to determine whether advertisement present real ideas at all, and, if so, whose ideas they actually reflect. On both counts, it appears that advertisements fail to accurately mirror a nation¡¯s ideas.

Topic 570 Issue January 31st, 2012

The issue here is whether there is inevitable conflict between corporate social responsibility and the goal of profitability. In my opinion, I believe that two duties of corporations can be compatible, and my view can be greatly substantiated by the reasons addressed below.

Topic 690 Issue January 31st, 2012

The issue here is whether the growth of mass media has stifled intellectual curiosity or encouraged people to expand their intellect and creativity. In my opinion, I believe that the growth of mass media support the development of intellect and creativity of people, and my view can be greatly substantiated by the reasons addressed below.

Critics for a memorandum (Topic 519) January 31st, 2012

In this argument, the writer concludes that the Dolci candy company has to focus on producing additional lines of premium candy rather than ordinary candies. To substantiate the conclusion, the author points out the results of taste test of its premium line of chocolate candies and its subsequent increase in sales. Moreover, the vice-president insists that consumers still want to spend their money in small luxuries in economic recession. However, there are several problematic points that need to be clarified before we agree with the conclusion driven from the argument.

January 31, 2012