Research Paper On Speech To Text Conversion
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Nixon's Resignation Speech
A 10 page research paper/analysis that examines Nixon's 1974 resignation speech. The writer first puts the speech in its historical context. Then the audience, goals, rhetorical obstacles, organization of the speech, tone of the speech, methods of persuasion and ethical considerations are discussed. The write closes by offering personal observations concerning the speech's relevance to the current era. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Plan to Rehabilitate an Old Building into a New Restaurant
The paper, written in the style of an essay, looks at the way in which an old building may be converted into a new restaurant. The paper is written looking at the feasibility of the pound. The paper starts by examining the way that the building conversion should take place, considering local stakeholder needs as well as the way it will suit different types of business. The feasibility of the conversion is then considered in terms of the potential demand in the local market.
Obama's Speech to Schoolchildren
There was so much outrage over the White House issuing lesson plans focusing on Obama's upcoming speech to schoolchildren that the lesson plans had to be abandoned and the White House issued the text of the speech ahead of time. The paper uses Federalist 58 and the 1991 experience of President Bush to discuss current implications. Four pages, seven sources.