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Much in the same way people have favorite authors who Need more help! Much in the same way people have favorite authors who create certain expectations from their writing; we have the auteurist theory in film. Explain why the auteurist theory has become so important to film analysis. What are some arguments against auteurist theory? How does auteurist theory affect the way that films are marketed? How does it affect the way that films are analyzed by critics and audiences? Please use an actual film/director/marketing campaign to illustrate your points. Students also viewed these Organizational Behavior questions “An organization can always be sued in the same way as a “An organization can always be sued in the same way as a person.” Is that statement true? Explain your answer. Are compensatory damages calculated in the same way in both tort and Are compensatory damages calculated in the same way in both tort and contract? Explain your answer. What are some arguments against using the price system to allocate organs? What are some arguments against using the price system to allocate organs? What are some arguments for and against each of these policies: dismissal, What are some arguments for and against each of these policies: dismissal, demotion, return to the same job following rehabilitation, and return to a different job following rehabilitation? What are some arguments in favor of permitting at least some level What are some arguments in favor of permitting at least some level of “corruption” in the conduct of business throughout the world? Explain to a client in laymen’s language what portion of the income Explain to a client in laymen’s language what portion of the income of an estate or trust is subject to taxation at the fiduciary level. What characterizes the levels in RAID organization? What characterizes the levels in RAID organization? Jane Geddes Engineering Corporation purchased conveyor equipment with a list price of Jane Geddes Engineering Corporation purchased conveyor equipment with a list price of $10,000……. … of purchase.The note was due in one year and was paid on time. Assume that the effective-interest rate in the market was 9%.InstructionsPrepare the general journal entries required to record the… You are given an economy with three sectors only, namely; Service (S), You are given an economy with three sectors only, namely; Service (S), industry (I) and…… … service sector, 20 ngwee from the industry and 20 ngwee of its own output to produce a kwacha worth of output. The open sector demands K SOO worth of output from the service sector and Kl 000 worth of… CL LLC is a manufacturing business and reported taxable income of $40,000,000 CL LLC is a manufacturing business and reported taxable income of $40,000,000 before interest expense, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (“tax EBITDA”), plus $1,500,000 of separately stated investment income. CL incurred interest expense of $1,000,000 in connection with this investment income and $14,000,000 in connection with its trade or business.a. How much interest expense can CL deduct?b. How is the interest expense reported on CL’s Schedule K? c. What action, if any, is needed by the LLC members?d. How would your answers to parts (a) through (c) change if CL’s tax EBITDA was $4,000,000 (plus $150,000 of investment income), its average annual gross receipts for all prior tax years was $10,000,000 or less, and the interest expense amounts were $100,000 (investment) and $1,400,000 (business)? Develop an argument using each of the following forms. Separate each argument Develop an argument using each of the following forms. Separate each argument with a heading as to the type, i.e. Argument by Example, Argument by Analogy, etc.1. One argument by example2. One argument by analogy3. One argument from authority4. One argument about cause Pick three movie clips of your choice. Describe how they fit into Pick three movie clips of your choice. Describe how they fit into a specific genre (or subgenre). What elements of the film are characteristic of that genre? How does it fulfill the expectations of that genre? How does it play against these expectations? Use the de Broglie relationship to determine the wavelengths of the following Use the de Broglie relationship to determine the wavelengths of the following objects: (a) An 85-kg person skiing at 50 km / hr, (b) A 10.0-g bullet fired at 250 m/s, (c) A lithium atom moving at 2.5 x 105, (d) An ozone (O3) molecule in the upper atmosphere moving at 550 m/s. Mad City Corporation purchased from its stockholders 5,000 shares of its own Mad City Corporation purchased from its stockholders 5,000 shares of its own previously issued stock for $250,000. It later resold 2,000 shares for $54 per share, then 2,000 more shares for $49 per share, and finally 1,000 shares for $40 per share. Instructions Prepare journal entries for the purchase of the treasury stock and the three sales of treasury stock. How has Proactiv gone about establishing a brand? To what degree do How has Proactiv gone about establishing a brand? To what degree do you believe Proactiv is important in its customers’ lives? The three typical accounting events associated with borrowing money through a bond The three typical accounting events associated with borrowing money through a bond issue are1. Exchanging the bonds for cash on the day of issue.2. Making cash payments for interest expense and recording amortization when applicable.3. Repaying the principal at maturity.Requireda. Assuming the bonds are issued at face value, show the effect of each of the three events on the financial statements, using a horizontal statements model like the following one. Use + for increase, for decrease, and NA for not affected. b. Repeat the requirements in Requirement a, but assume instead that the bonds are issued at a discount. c. Repeat the requirements in Requirement a, but assume instead that the bonds are issued at apremium. Eastern Manufacturing is involved with several situations that possibly involve contingencies. Each Eastern Manufacturing is involved with several situations that possibly involve contingencies. Each is described below. Eastern’s fiscal year ends December 31, and the 2016 financial statements are issued on March 15, 2017. a. Eastern is involved in a lawsuit resulting from a dispute with a supplier. On February 3, 2017, judgment was rendered against Eastern in the amount of $107 million plus interest, a total of $122 million. Eastern plans to appeal the judg-ment and is unable to predict its outcome though it is not expected to have a material adverse effect on the company. b. In November 2015, the State of Nevada filed suit against Eastern, seeking civil penalties and injunctive relief for violations of environmental laws regulating hazardous waste. On January 12, 2017, Eastern reached a settlement with state authorities. Based upon discussions with legal counsel, the Company feels it is probable that $140 million will be required to cover the cost of violations. Eastern believes that the ultimate settlement of this claim will not have a material adverse effect on the company. c. Eastern is the plaintiff in a $200 million lawsuit filed against United Steel for damages due to lost profits from rejected contracts and for unpaid receivables. The case is in final appeal and legal counsel advises that it is probable that Eastern will prevail and be awarded $100 million. d. At March 15, 2017, Eastern knows a competitor has threatened litigation due to patent infringement. The competitor has not yet filed a lawsuit. Management believes a lawsuit is reasonably possible, and if a lawsuit is filed, management believes damages of up to $33 million are reasonably possible. Required: 1. Determine the appropriate means of reporting each situation. Explain your reasoning. 2. Prepare any necessary journal entries and disclosure notes. Stilton Audio is a producer of speakers and amplifiers which are housed Stilton Audio is a producer of speakers and amplifiers which are housed in plastic cabinets. Currently production of the plastic cabinets as well as final product assembly is completed in-house. For accounting purposes, Stilton Audio uses the weighted average method, where plastic cabinets and speaker and amplifier components are added at the beginning of the assembly process. The following are cost and production data for the assembly process for April: Production: Units in process, April 1, 60 percent complete…………60,000 Units completed and transferred out………………….150,000 Units in process, April 30, 20 percent complete………..30,000 Costs: WIP, April 1: Plastic cabinets……………………………………..$1,200,000 Speaker and amplifier components…………………12,600,00 Conversion costs……………………………………5,400,000 Costs added during April: Plastic cabinets……………………………………..2,400,000 Speaker and amplifier components……………….25,200,000 Conversion costs……………………………………8,640,000 Required: 1. Prepare a physical flow analysis for the assembly department for the month of April. 2. Calculate equivalent units of production for the assembly department for the month of April. 3. Calculate unit cost for the assembly department for the month of April. 4. Calculate the cost of units transferred out and the cost of EWIP inventory. 5. Prepare a cost reconciliation for the assembly department for the month of April.