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Tutor profile: Chelsea S.

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Chelsea S.
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Subject: Writing

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How do I balance writing and editing?

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Chelsea S.
Answer:

Write first, take a break, then edit. Set a timer and write as much as you can without self-editing during this set period of time. Then, take a break of a few minutes or even a day, return to the copy, and revise for meaning / facts. Finally, review for grammatical errors and make detailed corrections.

Subject: US History

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How did the Japanese justify their attack on the U.S. at Pearl Harbor?

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The Japanese relied on their own version of the Monroe Doctrine, "Asia for the Asiatics," to justify this attack. This defense included protecting their people and lands from foreign colonization. However, their expansionist agenda and desire to grow as a world power also motivated the attack.

Subject: Communication

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Is there a way that we can measure or assess effective communication?

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Chelsea S.
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Yes! You can survey individuals about how effective a communication has been. You can also map and/or graph emails in terms of frequency, length, quality, content. Another option is to use Network analysis to analyze workplace communication.

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