Person you are FAKE interviewing is Perry Jacobs at AT&T Centralized Hiring Manager at AT&T. Please make up your own 6 questions to ask her base on readings. Assignment: Paper on the importance of market research You will be conducting an interview with a market research professional or a company representative. Use the results of your research to make specific recommendations on how market research can be applied to the Marketplace Simulation. Learning from subject matter experts (SMEs) in market research Submit your 3- to 4-page APA-formatted paper Reviewing the information in this week’s Reading and sources you identify in your own research. Identifying areas about market research that are particularly interesting to you or that you would like to know more about. Creating a set of 3–6 questions using the information you have learned in your reading and research that will help you gain a greater understanding of these areas. Identifying a market research professional or a company where a representative can talk to you in more detail about the market research process. Using the results of this research to make specific recommendations on how it can be applied.
time would have heaved her up, under any circumstances.” (375). She is a strong and smart women that is determined to kill whoever is on her “hit list”. She is portrayed as a evil character, her actions based on hate hurt many people both physically and emotionally. Dickens suggests that love is stronger than hate because through love people are united and “recalled to life” and through hate not much is accomplished. The strongest relationship in the novel is between Lucie and her father, “If, when I hint to you of a Home that is before us, where I will be true to you with all my duty and with all my faithful service, I bring back the remembrance of a Home long desolate, while your poor heart pined away, weep for it, weep for it!” (48). Lucie appears to express love to her father which she has never met. Their bond is very strong very soon. Lucie’s father, Dr. Manette is imprisoned unjustly for many years and therefore feels institutionalized. Even though he is physically out of the prison he mentally feels imprisoned. Through Lucie’s love he is able to be “recalled to life”. Another character in the story that expresses hate and anger is the Monseigneur who was the uncle of Charles. One particular scene of him shows how selfish and malicious he is, “He threw out a gold coin for the valet to pick up, and all the heads craned forward that all the eyes might look down at it as it fell. The tall man called out again with a most unearthly cry, “Dead!” (115). Later on this man gets killed because of his actions based on hate. Madame Defarge also doesn’t have a great ending. When she goes over to the Manette house to kill the family she gets stopped by Miss Pross who very unselfish similar to Sydney. These two women fight, Madame Defarge is fighting to get to the Manattes so she can kill them and Miss Pross is fighting to protect Manettes. In this battle Madam Defarge gets shot and dies. If she simply wouldn’t of went to the Manette house she would of still been alive. In conclusion, those characters who acted on hate had a unhappy ending or never accomplished their goal as opposed to those who acted on love who were happily ever after>GET ANSWER