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  • Animals – The Cow and the Dog

    Midterm

    Part 1

    Question #1: Animals – The Cow and the Dog

                Human-animal relations revolving around the phenomenon of animal domestication is a critical issue addressed in such works as A White Heron by Sarah Orne Jewett and To Build a Fire by Jack London. Firstly, Jewett in A White Heron exquisitely highlights the sociable connect between a rural human family and the cow in what appears to be a symbiotic rather than an entirely parasitic relationship. Jewett elucidates that link through the human character named Sylvia who is said to have always tended to the cow and even played with it as an equal companion (Jewett 413). That is made manifest in the author’s observation that Sylvia compensated for the lack of playmates by attempting to play hide and seek with the cow beside the cow’s productive milk and ghee, providing food for the rural family. Concomitant with this, the man in To Build a Fire comes across “the proper wolf dog” (London 630), which appears to be interested in him despite his indifference and lack of concern for it. The man appears to be unconcerned and even whip the dog though later, he learns to befriend the already-friendly creature, which puzzled by the man’s new-found hospitality behaves strangely in a way that reveals a lack of trust in the man. However, in either case, both the dog and the cow come out as meaningful companions of man. Either story reveals how humans and animals mutually depend on each other for survival.

    Question #3: Love and Marriage as Manifest in American Literature

                The issue is examined from the perspective of William Dean Howells’s Editha and

    Kate Chopin’s Desiree’s Baby. In Editha, it becomes manifest that Editha’s and George Gearson’s courtship was contemporaneous or coincided with the period when America was ripe for the War that was to open it up for liberty. Reference to such terms as “dearest,” when talking to the other point to a love affair with deeply-embedded intimacy as is evinced in the content of Editha’s letter, which though had a condition therein, denoted a promise that Editha will always love George and would thus never consider getting to anyone else (Howell 310). Concurrent with Howell’s work is Chopin’s Désirée Baby, which reveals a love and marriage affair between Désiréeand Armand Aubigny. However, it appears that Aubigny’s imperious nature was deeply-ingrained in a racist ideology-an issue that is known to constrains many love and marriage affairs in contemporary American society. The writer even pinpoints that Aubigny “no longer loved her” due to an unconscious injury she had brought upon him (Chopin 424). The marriage affair eventually collapses when Aubigny’s racial hate for a black Désiréecompels Désiréeto leave their home forcefully. Nonetheless, it was right for Aubigny to mention he was no comfortable with a child and wife of a different race. Such transparency is akin to good relations.

    Question #4: Children and attendant themes in selected American Literature

                Selected literary works in this purview are Chopin’s Désirée’s Baby and Henry James’s Daisy Miller. While Désirée’schild comes out as a sympathetic case pitting a young innocent child whose father develops a sudden dislike for by virtue of the child not being white (Chopin 424), Randolph comes out as a child accustomed to an American culture of ‘liberty’ whose limits he surpasses as is made vivid in his first acquaintance with Winterbourne (James 329). However, the underlying themes in the stories differ since Randolph’s case is themed around the American culture whereas Désirée’schild revolves around racial segregation of minorities.

    Question #5: Food and Circumstances under which it is taken

                The literary works captured under this section are James’s Daisy Miller and Howell’s Editha. In the first case, the food involved was a lump of sugar, and the food was issued to Randolph by Winterbourne as a substitute for the American candy (James 329). The theme surrounding the circumstance revolves around the American dream or American culture. On the other hand, Editha shared lemonade with her lover, George as a way of encouraging a talk over the subject of America’s involvement in a “sacred war” (Howell 309). Similarities in the circumstances manifest in the fact that meals were shared in circumstances that called for the glorification of the American dream.

    Question #6: Characters who die during the story

                The two literary works in, which the death of the main character comes into play amid the story is James’s Daisy Miller and Chopin’s Désirée’s Baby. However, similarities abound in that in either case; reckless upbringing is arguably the potential reason leading to their death. While Desiree’s baby died due to neglect and a lack of attention especially from the father who seemingly hated the baby due to racial bias (Chopin 423), Miss Miller’s sudden death arguably emanated from her mother’s inherent entertainment of unchecked liberty whose unregulated proportions eventually landed Miss Miller to an early grave (James 365).

    Part 2

    Question #2

                The concept of the American Dream is a pertinent issue or value with a special niche in American literature. However, various literary works wield varied interpretations of the term following the fact that the American Dream has mostly been misinterpreted and therefore not proceeded as originally intended as per the dreams and aspirations of the founding fathers of the great nation. Pertinent literary works centred on this theme include William Dean Howell’s Editha, Henry James’s Daisy Miller and W.E.B Du Bois’s From Souls of Black Folks.

                To begin with is Henry James’s Daisy Miller, which is a bee-hive of issues critical to the American dream. The first character exuding a lot of the characteristics is the young Randolph who appears to be outgoing, a go-getter and ever-on the quest to attain satisfaction out of life despite his young age. Such attributes are manifest at the time he encounters Winterbourne. A noted instance in, which that came into play is when her sister asked where he had taken the pole from only for the young Randolph to explain that he had bought it and would be travelling with it to Italy (James 332). Daisy Miller’s sociability is another embodiment of the American Dream revolving around the freedom of association, which the young Daisy mistakenly misuses.

                It also manifests that the young Randolph was resolute and surreal in many ways that it was hard for both his sister and mother to tame him. That is exhibited when Miss Miller explained to Winterbourne that despite her mother’s attempt of trying to get Randolph a teacher to be teaching her while in their frequent travels, the young Randolph was not of that opinion and therefore, the parent could not enforce her will upon her (James 332). Randolph’s mother tendency to allow the kids freedom to engage in whatever they saw fit is a liberal inclination that is an embodiment of the American dream. However, the unchecked freedom served to the detriment of her daughter, Daisy Miller whose mother-licensed freedom went too far and eventually led to her sudden death in contrast with the goals of the American dream.

                Young Randolph’s tendency of regarding everything that is American also seems to have coincided with Winterbourne who at one point mentioned to Miss Miller that he had come across Germans who tried to speak like Americans but that he does not remember seeing an American trying to imitate a German (James 331). Such sentiments resonated well with Randolph’s reference to his father as being not in Europe whose climate he accused of causing his teeth to pull out frequently. However, in Du Bois’ From the Souls of Black Folks, Du Bois issues a rallying cry that the struggle of black Americans is a struggle for the self-consciousness-a concept, which seems to marry with the American dream and its resolve to promote liberty for all people (Du Bois 535).

                In underscoring America’s good qualities, Du Bois argues that his advocacy for a unified black identity was not meant to Africanize America since America has too many lessons to offer the world, thus revealing his belief in the American dream where the nation’s greatness comes before every other thing (Du Bois 537). However, in advocating for the expansion of the democratic space for African Americans, through his argument that the Negros would not alter or bleach their skin but would call for equal rights and privileges, Du Bois is simply calling for the reinforcement of the inclusion enshrined in the American Dream (Du Bois 536). That is why Du Bois contends that the Blackman seeks to be regarded as an equal co-worker and be allowed the freedom to exercise their talents and latent genius freely.

                Elsewhere, Howell’s Editha, reveals a simmering urge to rally her lover, Mr. George, behind the cause of what she refers to as the “sacred war” (Howell 309). Their discussion regarding the war happens to be revolving around a liberalist ideology, which resonates well with ideas of the American Dream. That is why Editha referred to the war as a necessary one, as a war for “humanity,” hence the sacred war. Editha who happens to be for nothing else but the ‘just’ war goes to as far as placing his urge for love as second to her country’s. That is the probably the reason she writes a letter that puts it to George that although she will not marry anyone else because she loves him, the man she will marry must be the one whose first love is patriotically bestowed upon his country (Howell 316). From such observations, it follows that despite its ardent followers, the American Dream may not always take the cause for, which it was meant.

    Word Count: 785

    Works Cited

    Chopin, Kate. “Desiree’s Baby” The Norton Anthology of American Literature, edited by Nina Baym and Robert S. Levine, shorter 8th E.D., Vol. 2, W.W. Norton & Company, 2013. pp. 421-25.

    Du Bois, W.E. B. “The Souls of Black Folks.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature, edited by Nina Baym and Robert S. Levine, shorter 8th E.D., Vol. 2, W.W. Norton & Company, 2013. pp. 533-38.

    Howells, William Dean. “Editha.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature, edited by Nina Baym and Robert S. Levine, shorter 8th E.D., Vol. 2, W.W. Norton & Company, 2013. pp. 307-17.

    James, Henry. “Daisy Miller: A Study.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature, edited by Nina Baym and Robert S. Levine, shorter 8th E.D., Vol. 2, W.W. Norton & Company, 2013. pp. 327-65.

    Jewett, Sarah Orne. “A White Heron.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature, edited by Nina Baym and Robert S. Levine, shorter 8th E.D., Vol. 2, W.W. Norton & Company, 2013. pp. 413-19.

    London, Jack. “To Build a Fire.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature, edited by Nina Baym and Robert S. Levine, shorter 8th E.D., Vol. 2, W.W. Norton & Company, 2013. pp. 628-39.

    Read the article and list 3 main arguments presented in favor and against of genetically modified food.

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    Starving people mass in front of an African warehouse, desperate for food. Ignoring their pleas, a guard stands before the doors, behind which are hundreds of bags of corn. The doors are locked, and the food inside, donated by the United States, is slowly rotting. It’s been labeled “poison” by Zambian president Levy Mwanawasa, even as more than half the children in his country suffer from malnutrition. Disappointed and frustrated, the crowd eventually disperses, mumbling to one another, wondering if they will eat tonight or must wait yet again until tomorrow.

    Welcome to the front lines of this century’s most important and controversial science, biotechnology. Why did Zambians go hungry in the midst of a drought-induced famine last year while millions of tons of food aid were allowed to go to waste? Because the corn was genetically modified. Scientists have added a gene to the corn’s genome, isolated from a naturally occurring soil bacterium called Bacillus thuringiensis (B.t.), an organism that farmers have used for decades as an externally applied insecticide. The inserted gene allows the corn itself to produce a substance toxic to insects.

    At the peak of the Zambian crisis last fall, as cargo ships bearing food were being turned back, Andrew Natsios, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, skewered environmental groups for spreading fears about the dangers of genetically modified (GM) food. “They can play these games with Europeans, who have full stomachs,” Natsios told The Washington Times, “but it is revolting and despicable to see them do so when the lives of Africans are at stake.”

    “It is arrogant to tell the Zambians what food they must accept,” countered Doreen Stabinsky of Greenpeace. Activists argue that Washington could send money rather than in-kind aid, and accuse it of favoring the interests of the U.S. agriculture industry over the needs of malnourished people overseas. Meanwhile, the fear of GM foods appears to be spreading. In January, India rejected a $104 million U.S. food aid consignment of corn and soya and called for suppliers to submit documents attesting to the food’s bearing on human and animal health.

    There are more than 800 million people in the world who are too undernourished to carry out the tasks of daily living. They’re caught in the ugly middle of this fight, as are the nonprofit relief agencies that aim to help them. “We’re not the
    scientific arbiters of whether the food is safe or not,” said Helen Palmer of Oxfam. “We’re inclined to take a cautious approach, and we don’t think that the situation these governments have been put in is a fair one. On the other hand, people with no food have a right to food, and life must always be paramount, and if people on the ground are saying give us anything, then they should be given anything.”

    In the United States, meanwhile, the food that the governments of Zambia and India find too dangerous to touch is consumed like, well, popcorn. Hundreds of millions of Americans eat GM food every day. Up to 75 percent of all food sold in U.S. supermarkets, from breakfast cereals to frozen pizza, contains ingredients (such as corn syrup) derived from GM plants. The products of the first wave of GM food research have been on your dinner plate since the mid-1990s, and a second wave of more sophisticated products—crops with multiply altered genes, genetically engineered fish and trees, and “biopharm” plants that yield drugs and chemicals rather than food—is nearing commercialization.

    Developed in the 1980s, GM crops have been grown commercially in the United States since 1996. They include B.t. corn and cotton, and soybeans modified to withstand applications of the herbicide Roundup. In the five years after 1996, GM crop acreage grew from near zero to 130 million acres, an area nearly the size of Texas. GM crops are grown in 13 countries by about five million farmers. But the lion’s share of them (more than two-thirds) is grown in the United States.

    Biotech companies are now on the cusp of commercializing the past decade’s worth of research. The technology’s advocates envision a cornucopia of benefits: increased yields, lower prices for food and other products, and reduced need for pesticides and herbicides. On the near horizon are crops engineered with multiple new genes, or more complex genes, to express multiple traits: a plant with novel genes that make it resistant to multiple herbicides; a B.t. crop that is also resistant to Roundup; plants with increased tolerance of frost, drought, and salt. Genetically altered animals are coming, too, designed to reproduce faster, grow larger, or make more milk. (“Weapons-grade salmon,” activists quip.)

    Also in the pipeline are “nutraceuticals,” foods that have been genetically altered to supply critical micronutrients. Consumers in developed countries get many micronutrients—vitamins, iron, iodine—from foods that have been fortified during processing, such as milk, bread, and breakfast cereal. But in the developing world, with its poverty and decentralized food production and distribution systems, it’s not easy to fortify foods on a mass scale. By putting the micronutrients in the crop itself, GM foods could accomplish that task, proponents say. “Golden rice,” for example, containing Vitamin A, is touted as a solution to a vitamin deficiency that can cause blindness. The late D. Gale Johnson, a noted agricultural economist at the University of Chicago, has argued that in India alone, golden rice could spare perhaps 50,000 children a year the fate of lost sight. Poor farmers would reap other benefits from growing GM crops, Johnson said, and improved crop varieties better suited to local conditions would allow many farmers to stay on the land.

    Viewed from another angle, however, the genetic revolution is cause mostly for foreboding. Environmental activists, organic farmers, and assorted others consider GM foods a product of science gone amok, a suspicious technology pushed on unsuspecting consumers by big corporations seeking to control the world’s food supply. And poor farmers, they argue, won’t be able to afford the high-tech seeds that are supposed to save them.

    In Europe, where more traditional foodways prevail, there is strong resistance to GM foods. It’s been intensified by some spectacular failures of government oversight of food safety, notably the outbreak of mad cow disease in Britain in the mid-1990s. In 1998, the European Union imposed a highly controversial moratorium on the approval of new GM crops for sale within its borders. Critics blame the moratorium, along with Europe’s general hostility to the new technology, for persuading starving countries such as Zambia to turn away GM food aid. The countries are afraid that Europe will reject their agricultural exports as contaminated, or impose costly restrictions on them.

    The moratorium has also become a major irritant in transatlantic relations. Washington sees it as unsupported by any real scientific evidence, a devious trade barrier that is illegal under international trade law. The ban has cost U.S. agricultural producers hundreds of millions of dollars annually. While the European Commission has moved to lift the moratorium, it’s also moving toward a requirement that GM foods be labeled and traceable, with a clear paper trail stretching from field to grocery store shelf. That’s unnecessary and virtually impossible to accomplish, says the Bush administration. Along with several other nations, the United States has begun proceedings against the EU with the World Trade Organization. Given the high stakes and the fact that few things arouse more intense emotions than the food we eat, there’s a distinct possibility that another major transatlantic blowup is in the works.

    Last year, on a rainy Friday night in an old hotel along the Ohio River, Dan McGuire, director of the American Corn Growers Association, spelled out the sorry state of U.S. corn exports. “We estimate that the U.S. has lost about 400 million bushels of corn exports in total since GM corn varieties were introduced in 1995–96,” McGuire said, speaking in Louisville, Kentucky, at a public forum sponsored by the Genetic Engineering Action Network. (Prices paid to farmers fell as much as a dollar a bushel in 2002; corn now sells for less than $2.50 per bushel.) The crowd consists mainly of local farmers worried about their livelihood and activists adamantly opposed to GM-anything. McGuire himself is no fan of Big Ag, and, to loud applause, he criticizes the power of the large agricultural companies and their close links to the federal agencies that are responsible for regulating biotech crops and public food safety.

    Despite shrinking exports of GM corn, American farmers don’t appear to be abandoning the crop, which, to varying degrees, saves money on pesticides, increases yields, and reduces fieldworkers’ exposure to unwelcome chemicals. A dual system—GM crops grown for the domestic market, non-GM crops for export—seems impractical, because it would be costly and probably ineffective. Pollen drifts from one field to another, and grains cling to machinery and get transferred to other fields.

    There is little evidence that eating today’s GM foods is unhealthy, except in rare cases of allergenicity. Scientific panels sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences, the British Royal Society, the World Health Organization, and other reputable bodies, while emphasizing the need for careful research and oversight, have concluded that biotech crops are safe for both humans and the environment.

    Still, there are lingering concerns about America’s food supply—about pesticides, an epidemic of obesity and diabetes, and growing corporate control over food that was once produced locally. “There are a lot of changes in the disease spectrum of the U.S. population within the last 10 years,” says Martha Crouch, “such as increases in certain kinds of cancers, in autism, in Parkinson’s disease—and an extreme increase in obesity.” Crouch is a plant molecular biologist, a former consultant to biotechnology corporations, and a retired University of Indiana professor who abandoned her research in dismay over the uses to which it was being put. “PCBs, dioxins, the effects of endrocine disruptors, attention deficit disorder, contaminated fish. There are lots of theories about foods that have been on the market for 30 or 40 years and may be having extremely serious health consequences, and it’s been difficult to link those foods to the health consequences because of how ubiquitous they are in the food stream and how little of that kind of testing was done when they were put on the market,” Crouch says. “And I consider our GM foods to be in that category—they could be having very widespread and serious consequences that we won’t know for 30 years.”

    Critics also raise the possibility of gene transfer between GM and non-GM crops, a process that could have unpredictable results. Last August, scientists at the University of Lille in France discovered that their experimental GM sugar beets had swapped genes with other sugar beets, making the beet “weeds” potentially harder to control. The French scientists admitted they had underestimated the likelihood of such contamination.

    But even though the biotech world is getting more difficult to police, the larger world can’t afford to turn its back on the vast potential GM foods offer. In the absence of scientific evidence showing that they are harmful, it’s a tragedy that, when readily available, they’ve been denied to desperately hungry people around the world.

    Yet critics do raise important questions about this unprecedented experiment with the world’s food. Do scientists and governments know enough? Are regulatory agencies up to the task, and can their staffs keep up with the leapfrogging feats of academic and corporate scientists? Can policymakers resist the powerful commercial pressures to charge full speed ahead? For example, many trials of GM products in the regulatory process are kept confidential by government regulators. Such secrecy is typical in evaluations of commercial products, and there are often good reasons for it. But given the stakes involved in manipulating the genome, a higher level of transparency may well be justified. Biopharming—using genetically modified plants as a medium for creating drugs and chemicals—is an area of particular concern. Among the biopharm experiments now being discussed or attempted are spermicide-producing corn and tobacco plants that can be harvested and processed to yield the abortion-inducing compound trichosanthin or growth factors such as erythropoietin. “There are some 400 biopharm products in the pipeline,” says Bill Freese, a policy analyst with Friends of the Earth, “and over 300 open-air field trials have already been conducted in unidentified locations across the country.”

    The Genetically Engineered Food Alert Campaign, a coalition of activist groups, has called for an end to open-air biopharming. Their demands grew louder last year after an incident in which a small quantity of biopharm corn engineered to include a vaccine against diarrhea in pigs came close to entering the food supply. In the wake of the incident, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration wrote new regulations to keep biopharm crops separate from crops bound for the food supply. And the Biotechnology Industry Organization, a trade association, announced a moratorium among its members on growing biopharm crops in major food-producing areas. Perhaps what’s needed in addition is a policy restricting biopharming to plants that are not used, even in their unaltered state, to produce foods that humans eat.

    Many activists see the debate over GM foods in apocalyptic terms. Jessica Hayes, director of the Genetic Engineering Action Network, speaks of “a crisis in democracy.” The solid science behind the conclusion that GM foods are safe to eat does not justify such claims. Yet there are good reasons to be vigilant, to demand accountability, and to ask questions about the impact of these new technologies on farmers, consumers, and the worldwide agricultural system. At a time when millions still cry out for food, and when genetic technologies offer so many potential health and environmental benefits, the debate should be only beginning, not ending.
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    Read the “Memorial Hospital” case study in Chapter 4 of your text. In a three- to four-page paper, respond to the guided response below.

    Discuss ways that a hospital might measure quality. Be sure to explain your reasoning. Explain the potential costs and failures of quality for Memorial Hospital and discuss how each can be measured. Discuss ideas or techniques from TQM that Janice could use to help Memorial focus on providing quality health care.

    Analyze the methods Memorial could use to assess the quality of health care it is providing. Your paper should be in paragraph form (avoid the use of bullet points) and supported with the concepts outlined in your text and additional scholarly sources

    Submit your three- to four-page paper (not including the title and reference pages). Your paper must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center and must cite at least three scholarly sources in addition to the textbook.

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    take data that you collect and plot it out onto graphs to see a visual representation of the data. By simply looking at data on a graph, you can tell a lot about how related your observed data are and if they fit into a normal distribution.   Plot the data or calculate probabilities using excel.

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    1.  The mean temperature for the month of July in Boston, Massachusetts is 73 degrees Fahrenheit. Plot the following data, which represent the observed mean temperature in Boston over the last 20 years: 1998  72, 1999 69, 2000 78, 2001 70, 2002 67, 2003 74 , 2004 73,  2005 65, 2006 77, 2007 71, 2008 75, 2009 68, 2010 72, 2011 77, 2012 65, 2013 79, 2014 77, 2015 78, 2016 72, 2017 74
    • Is this a normal distribution? Explain your reasoning.
    • What is an outlier? Are there any outliers in this distribution? Explain your reasoning fully.
    • Using the above data, what is the probability that the mean will be over 76 in any given July? 
    • Using the above data, what is the probability that the mean will be over 80 in any given July?

    2.A heatwave is defined as 3 or more days in a row with a high temperature over 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Given the following high temperatures recorded over a period of 20 days, what is the probability that there will be a heatwave in the next 10 days?  How do you calculate the probability

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    If you were developing a marketing campaign for the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company, what group of consumers would you target? What if you were marketing an iPod? What about time-shares (vacation ownership opportunities) on the Gold Coast? For each of these products, identify at least five segmentation characteristics that you’d use in developing a profile for your customers. Explain the segmentation category into which each characteristic falls – demographic, geographic, behavioural, or psychographic. Where it’s appropriate, be sure to include at least one characteristic from each category.

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    Read the 3 short National Geographic articles on Ebola (indicated by the links below), and the Medical Geography systemic essay. You might also want to look at the Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Information Packet from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which is attached. Then answer the questions listed on the Health Geography assignment attachment.

    1. According to the article Where does Ebola hide between epidemics? How is it expected that humans may have first contracted the Ebola virus?

    2. What are the suspected reservoirs for the Ebola virus?

    3. Knowing the reservoirs for a virus can help to determine its natural geographic range. Why do you think knowing the likely geographic range of a potentially deadly virus would be important?

    4. How are non human primates (gorillas, monkeys) affected by the Ebola virus?

    5. Why would knowing other species of animals that can contract and spread Ebola be important to controlling the spread of Ebola to humans?

    6. According to the article Ebola in Uganda: Why can’t we cure it? Where does it hide? What are two possible reasons that no vaccine has been developed?

    7. Given the information presented in these articles, does Ebola generally present as an endemic disease, an epidemic, or a pandemic?

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    Based on the company and its environment, including its internal control, the auditors assessed the risk of material misstatements to the financial Assignment Help

    Based on the company and its environment, including its internal control, the auditors assessed the risk of material misstatements to the financial statements, whether due to error or fraud, and designed the nature, timing, and extent of further audit procedures to be performed. As a result of conducting the above risk assessment procedures, the audit program for year 2 includes the following changes from the audit program for year 1. The company has a calendar year end and operates only on weekdays. Based on the company and its environment, including its internal control, the auditors assessed the risk of material misstatements to the financial Assignment Help

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    07/16/18 Last Tutor got me an F because directions were not followed, so I’m paying a little more hoping to hire someone who is good with following directions and getting me an A paper. This is a 4 to 5 page paper! Pick an organization you are more familiar with, but if you can do it on a Nusing organization that is what I do as far as work goes!

    HR Performance Issues and Motivation

    The relationship between the organization and its members can be greatly influenced by what motivates individuals to work. The style of leadership, job design, resources on the job, and environment can all have a significant effect on the satisfaction of employees and their performance. Performance is also influenced by individual motivations (e.g., social, recognition, financial reward, personal growth and development, and/or intrinsic satisfaction) and can equally impact the organization. There are many theories that attempt to explain the nature of motivation. Write a four- to five-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) evaluating the relationship between motivation, job satisfaction, and work performance. Be sure to address the following:

    1. Describe a performance issue which resulted from a motivational problem (what, why, who).
    2. Use a content theory of motivation (e.g., Maslow, Alderfer, Herzberg, or McClelland) or a process theory (i.e., Adams, Locke, or Heider and Kelley) to explain how the issue creates a performance problem for the organization.
    3. Use the theory of motivation you selected to describe an intervention/action to change the motivation/behavior and correct the performance problem.

    Your paper must use a minimum of three scholarly sources, in addition to the textbook. Your paper must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

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    You have been asked by your manager to develop a request for proposal and to recommend a contract type that will be useful in meeting the requirements determined in your previous research of the companies various departmental needs for office cleaning by an outside contractor of departments who will use the service. Discuss the following:

    • List 3 specific tasks suppliers should perform and ask for a proposal.
    • Describe the criteria that will be used to determine the tasks are completed satisfactorily.
    • Develop a white paper that lists three types of contracts. For each type of contract, discuss the following.
      • Contract type
      • Description of contract type
      • When to use

    Use library articles and, if appropriate, Internet resources to develop the white paper. Use APA formatting, proper grammar, and good punctuation. This paper will be read by several key executives in the company and you want to be as professional as possible.

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    Broadening Your Perspective 5-1

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    Creative Ideas Company has decided to introduce a new product. The new product can be manufactured by either a capital-intensive method or a labor-intensive method. The manufacturing method will not affect the quality of the product. The estimated manufacturing costs by the two methods are as follows.

    Capital-IntensiveLabor-IntensiveDirect materials$6per unit$6.50per unitDirect labor$7per unit$9.00per unitVariable overhead$3per unit$5.00per unitFixed manufacturing costs$2,877,000$1,767,000

    Creative Ideas’ market research department has recommended an introductory unit sales price of $36. The incremental selling expenses are estimated to be $572,000 annually plus $2 for each unit sold, regardless of manufacturing method.

    With the class divided into groups, answer the following.

    (a)

    Calculate the estimated break-even point in annual unit sales of the new product if Creative Ideas Company uses the: (Round answers to 0 decimal places, e.g. 5,275.)

    (1)Capital-intensive manufacturing method.(2)Labor-intensive manufacturing method.

    Capital-IntensiveLabor-IntensiveBreak-even point in units

    (b)

    Determine the annual unit sales volume at which Creative Ideas Company would be indifferent between the two manufacturing methods. (Round answer to 0 decimal places, e.g. 5,275.)

    Annual unit sales volume

      units

    165284 Assignment Help

    I just need help with the formula for this:

    Suppose Rove Corporation’s management takes actions that reduce the firm’s risk, and its required return falls to 15%. What would the new equilibrium value of the stock be?

    Previous Question: Rove Corporation’s current dividend (D0) is $4 per share. The growth rate in dividends over the next three years is forecasted at 12%. After that, Rove’s growth rate is expected to equal the industry average of 5%. If the required return is 18%, what is the current value of the stock?

    The final examination requires five short answers and one essay. It will appear on the opening date. You will answer questions on major trends and themes. You will also be asked about names of characters, settings, literary periods, and other such items. You will have choices, but I will sometimes specify that to answer a question, you must use a particular author. The test covers the entire semester, but the emphasis is on the Post World War II literature (1945 to the present). The attachment will appear the opening date. MLA style must be used for page numbers of quotations, and you will need a Works Cited page.
    You will not reuse any papers from this class or any other, and you will not use any sources other than the modules and the textbook. You may not discuss the exam with other test takers.

    Here is a model final. Note that the author organizes the essay with traits, and thus can display similarities easily. Final Model Lori Webb – Final Exam.docx
    Let me know via email if you have any private questions.

    Here is the Final.

    Aml 3041 Final Fall 2018
    I. Short Answers: Select FIVE of these. A paragraph is all you need. Use at least one quotation per answer. Use only texts we read in the course. Do not reuse any papers or discussions from your own previous work or anyone else’s. You may use your text and the modules but no other sources. 1 point each.

    1. Kitchens are an important setting in literature written after World War II–especially when they aren’t used for just meals. What alternative uses do they represent according to three authors? Explain in a short paragraph. Show similarities among the authors.
    2. Clothes are carefully selected by our authors. What does the clothing represent? Compare the work of three different authors for how clothes work. Emphasize similarities. All choices must be post WWII.
    3. Stubbornness, for better (determined) or worse (close-minded), is often a character trait in contemporary literature. Why? Answer by selecting three authors who agree on the answer. Emphasize similarities.
    4. Mother in “Everyday Use” has a fantasy about a television show. What are her qualities she wishes she has, and what ones does she actually have? Which of her daughters is like her fantasy and in what ways?
    5. Identify three texts (three different authors) which use the archetype of the Alienated Man or Woman. The figure may be despairing or comical. Discuss how this character contributes to the story.
    6. Find and discuss three qualities in “Petrified Man” and “Good Country People” which are similar.

    II. Essay.
    Instructions: Choose ONE of the following and write an essay of at least 750 words (not including the Works Cited). Place the word count after the essay.10 points
    Post World War II means works written from 1945* to the present. [*”Petrified Man” (1939) can be included.]
    Remember to have a thesis paragraph in which you state your major idea; also, avoid plot summary, include direct comparison of similarities, and use quotations from the texts to prove your points. Document parenthetically.
    — Do not use any outside sources. You may use your textbook and material from the modules.
    –Use MLA style for citations and Works Cited.
    –All texts must be chosen from those we read for the class.
    –Do not use any material from your own or others’ previous papers.
    –Submit the examination to the Assignments/ Final tab. Use .doc or .docx.

    1. American writers after World War II rebel against conventional ideas. What are three conventional ideas which three authors reject? Choose three ideas which all three authors reject. Why do these authors reject the three conventional ideas?
    2. The theme of art, the artist, and creative power is prominent in recent American literature. Our authors answer these questions: what is art, who is an artist, and what is the source of creative power? Compare at least three authors’ treatment of this theme. All must be post World War II.
    3. “Americans are optimistic, action-oriented, and individualistic,” according to critic Sadie Sidewinder. Defend or reject this claim, using texts from three authors as evidence. At least two must be post World War II.
    4. American humor can challenge conventional ideas, reveal truth beneath facades, and provide a healing perspective. Select three texts (three different authors) which do all three and compare them. At least two must be must be post World War II.

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  • English Question
    The prompt is included in the document below. I would prefer if you
    would analyze a show from the following list: Orange is the New Black,
    Animal Kingdom, Family Guy, or the Mandalorian. If you must write about a
    different show please clear with me first.

    NA11 – Computer science

    Hello,
    Please answer the below discussion question and add references at the end of the document in 400 words word document
    Support services is a broad category that refers to any team that supports an organization’s IT and business processes. The help desk, for example, is a support services team. Support services are vital when an incident impacts the operational performance of an organization.
    Answer the following question(s):
    1. What are five types of support services in a typical large organization?
    2. Should the same or different support services be available when an incident impacts the operational performance of an organization? Explain your answer.
    Fully address the questions in this discussion; provide valid rationale for your choices, where applicable;

    Integrated Enterprise Systems / Discuss the FOUR subprocesses of the Deming Cycle Change Management Model?

    English Assignment Help Two files have been uploaded, the first for the assignment – the second for the presentation slides for the subject
    Discuss the FOUR subprocesses of the Deming Cycle Change Management Model?
    What does a Model mean? Discuss FIVE characteristics of a Model.
    Explain, with three main points, how Business Process Modeling Notation and
    Event-Driven Process Chains are different from each other?
    Draw a diagram that illustrates all phases of the business process life cycle
    and their key activities?
    Thanks.

    Risk matrix

    Qualitative Risk Assessment. Imagine that you are a member of a project team that has been charged with developing a new product for the residential building industry. Using a qualitative risk analysis matrix, develop a risk assessment for a project based on the following information: :
    Identified risk factors Likelihood
    1. Key team members pulled off project 1. High
    2. Chance of economic downturn 2. Low
    3. Project funding cut 3. Medium
    4. Project scope changes 4. High
    5. Poor spec. performance 5. Low
    Based on this information, how would you rate the consequences of each of the identified risk factors? Why? Construct the risk matrix and classify each of the risk factors in the matrix.

    Critical writing

    CRITICAL WRITING
    The founder of Almarai is HH Prince Sultan Bin Mohammed Bin Saudi Al Kabeer who recognized the potential to transform the traditional dairy farming in Saudi Arabia in order to meet the needs of a growing domestic market. Numerous agricultural projects were developed under his guidance to achieve the objective of the company. Almarai stepped into the market with the processing of fresh milk and laban into the modern dairy farms.
    The Company has invested heavily in technologically advanced production facilities and recruiting the right person for the right job. Almarai is considered to be the second and the larger Central Processing Plant with a new cheese plant along with it. On a daily basis, Almarai is capable of serving high quality and hygienic products to more than 43,500 customers within the GCC countries. In 2007, Almarai entered the bakery products market by acquiring Jeddah-based Western Bakeries. Two years later, Almarai started the construction of a new bakery facility in Al Kharj. In the same year, Almarai established a joint venture with Chipita and Olayan Finance Company under the name of the Modern Company Industries to launch 7DAYS brand.
    In 2009, Almarai added poultry products to its portfolio through the acquisition of Hail Agricultural Development Company (HADCO). After investing in an excellent production facility, Almarai launched the new premium poultry brand – Alyoum. During the same year, Almarai made acquisition with Mead Johnson Nutrition to form a 50-50 joint venture known as the International Pediatric Nutrition Company (IPNC).
    In 2010, Almarai entered the infant nutrition market with the construction of the region’s first infant nutrition plant at Al-Kharj. Recognizing that the best way forward involves working with acknowledged experts in this field, Almarai formed the International Pediatric Nutrition Company (IPNC), Almarai has recently acquired the entire project and now offers its products under the brands Nura.
    The success of Almarai is because of its unique infrastructure, which includes farms, dairy, juice and bakery processing plants and also determined by the marketing and distribution expertise, all of which are working towards delivering a quality product to the consumer.
    Product / Services Details
    Juices: Almarai always uses the best fruit to make the juices that the customers love. It maintains good balance between good health and great taste. Mixed Fruit, Strawberry, Alphonso Mango, Orange with Pulp, Orange, Orange and Carrot, Apple, Mango, Mango Mixed Fruit, Fruit Cocktail, Mixed Berry, lemon with Mint, Guava with Pulp.
    Home Snacks: Snacks products are the tastier and the simple one which would give relishing taste. Tinned Cheese, Butter, Ghee, Mozzarella Cheese, Feta Cheese, Whipping Cream, Tomato Paste.
    Yoghurts and Desserts: Pure and calcium-rich favourites for the entire family. Desserts are made from 100% natural, fresh cow’s milk. Yoghurt, Fresh Cream, Labneh, Layered fruit Yoghurt, Stirred Fruit Yoghurt, Sterilized Cream, Desserts.
    Culinary Products: Almarai provides the tastiest cheeses, and richest creams which makes mother’s work easy in the kitchen. Cream Jar Mix, Cheddar Jar Cheese, Sliced Cheese, Square Cheese Portions, Block Cheddar, Halloumi Cheese.
    Dairy Liquids: There is a complete range of delicious laban and milk based dairy products for the entire family. Fresh laban, Fresh Milk, Flavoured Fresh Milk, UHT Milk, Evaporated Milk, Advanced Nutrition.
    Kids Products: Kids products prove to be a fun and a healthy bunch for kids. Triangled Cheese, UHT Flavored Milk, Zady Drinking Yoghurt, Zady Flavored Yoghurt, Zady Jelly Custard, Zady Fruit Dairy Snack.
    Almarai ensures that all its products are properly packed and refrigerated in proper temperatures so that the products maintain its fresh nature and quality. Liquid products are transported in those transports which has refrigerator facility so that it does not get spoiled by over time. Almarai mainly emphasis on quality. Packaging is done in a very clear and uncluttered way so that it is easily recognizable. The company distributes its products annually which covers more than 110 million kilometres in delivering dairy, juice, bakery and poultry products reaching up to 43,500 customers across six GCC states.
    Almarai has long-haul fleet which transports raw milk from dairy farms to the Central Processing Plants and then it transports the finished goods from the production site to different designated sales locations. Almarai reaches to more than 42,000 shops within the GCC countries on daily basis. It ensures that the products are properly packed with appropriate temperatures for different products. The transports are specially designed so that the products are not spoiled and last for longer time.
    Almarai transports the finished to small grocery stores and supermarkets. Almarai enjoys increasing incomes and demands that come from supermarkets where one shop for one’s weekly requirement in a single visit.
    Critical Questions.
    Conduct a SWOT analysis for Almarai based on the information given. (2.5 Marks)
    Examine the 4 P’s of Almarai based on the information given. (2.5 Marks)
    Critically analyze the competitive structure of the organization. (2.5 Marks)
    Critically evaluate the product portfolio of Almarai along its USP (Unique selling prepositions). (2.5 Marks)

    The Answer must follow the outline points below:
    Each answer should be within 300 to 500 range of word counts.
    Reference
    Note: You can support your answer by the course book.
    You can use secondary source available on internet.

    English 101

    Writer’s Block is a common problem that students face when having to write essays. In fact, writer’s block even occurs for many persons when they have to write on the job. ??What do you think causes writer’s block???
    Do you have any methods you use to overcome writer’s block to get words on the paper (or on the computer screen)?

    English 101

    The purpose of this exercise is to practice a tool for overcoming writer’s block and developing ideas for essays.
    Here are the details:
    1. Find a magazine article that sparks a reaction in you. This reaction can be agreement, disagreement, anger, fear, happiness, etc. Any reaction is fine. Your reaction might be the notion that you want to respond or say something to the author of the article.??It does not matter what magazine you choose. It can be any magazine. It can be in print, or it can be online. It also does not matter if the article is recent or old. The main thing is just that you react to the article. After finding the article, you will read it.
    2. After reading the article, you will write this exercise. This exercise is made up of three parts.
    A. First, you will write a paragraph where you give the title of the article, the name of the magazine it appears in and the author. Then in that first paragraph, you will briefly summarize this article. That is, you will briefly tell what the article is about.
    B. Write at least one paragraph sharing your reaction. At this point, do not be concerned with the organization. This is not a formal essay (that will come later); this is just an exercise to generate ideas.
    Your reaction can be whatever you like. Just whatever thoughts are flowing out of your mind as you are thinking about the article, write those down. The thought process of this part of the exercise relates to the tools and ideas presented in the Ideas for Essays Lecture Notes in Unit 2.
    This second part of the exercise where you share your reaction should be one to two paragraphs long.
    C. Finally, after you write one or two paragraphs sharing your reaction, write a paragraph where you discuss possible essay topics that you see coming out of your reaction.
    Here is an example: Let’s suppose I read an article about a recent hurricane striking the Gulf Coast. My first paragraph would identify the article, magazine, and author and briefly describe what the author is writing about in the article. Then I start a new paragraph and begin sharing my reaction. My reaction could be how scary it is that we are having so many more hurricanes and that they are so severe. Then that makes me think of all the suffering that takes place during natural disasters. My thoughts then begin to realize it is not only people that suffer but animals as well. I start thinking about homeless animals and how hard it is for them to get homes, especially older animals. My thoughts and reactions are not organized and very disjointed, but that is okay for this exercise because it is generating ideas. Finally, my last paragraph discusses possible essay ideas such as questioning why we are having so many storms, the government role in tragedies and help for homeless animals, especially older animals.
    ?3. This exercise is to be at least one full page using our formatting guidelines of 1-inch margins, double spacing between lines, and Times New Roman 12 point type. It will follow the MLA formatting that you used in the Personal Narrative from Unit 1.

    Management Question

    “Human resource skill is considered a vital factor for smooth organization change and managing organizational transformation” In the present technological age, discuss the important constraint in the process of upgradation of Human Resource in the organization. Also discuss how to develop technological skills to address the business issues. (Give an example of the organization you are aware with).
    Important: You are required to present at least three scholarly journals to support your answers.

    Organizational Behaviour (MGT 301)

    General Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.
    Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.
    Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.
    Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.
    Late submission will NOT be accepted.
    Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.
    All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).
    Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.
    Learning Outcomes: 1 Describe management issues such as diversity, attitudes and job satisfaction, personality, and values in organizational behaviour. (CLO2). Reference Source: Textbook:- Colquitt, J. A., LePine, J. A.,

    Intro to business

    Read the following case study and answer the following questions that follow.
    Respond to at least two of your peers with meaningful content.
    We Want Our MTV (International)
    MTV, a division of Viacom International Media Networks and a mainstay of American pop culture, is just as popular in Shanghai as it is in Seattle and Sydney, or in Lagos (Nigeria) as it is in Los Angeles. MTV is a division of Viacom, and their international divisions are called the Viacom International Media Networks. London-based MTV Networks International, the world’s largest global network, has taken its winning formula to 167 foreign markets on six continents, including urban and rural areas. It reaches 4 billion homes in 40 languages through locally programmed and locally operated TV channels and websites. While the United States currently generates about 70 percent of MTV’s profits, 85 percent of the company’s subscriber base lives outside the United States.
    The MTV brand has evolved beyond its music television roots into a multimedia lifestyle, entertainment, and culture brand for all ages. In addition to MTV and MTV2, its channel lineup includes Nickelodeon, VH1, Comedy Central, LOGO, TMF (The Music Factory), Game One, and several European music, comedy, and lifestyle channels, as well as Paramount Channel, Spike, and a growing number of flagship local networks such as Channel 5 in the UK, Telefe in Argentina, and COLORS in India. Adding to the complexity is MTV’s multimedia and interactive nature, with gaming, texting, and websites, as well as television. Another challenge is integrating acquisitions of local companies such as South American Telefe, which it purchased in 2016.
    The company also has an international insights team that gathers the latest consumer insights from around the world. You can get some insight into this initiative at https://insights.viacom.com.
    The local perspective is
    invaluable in helping the network understand its markets, whether in terms of musical tastes or what entertainment children like. For example, Alex Okosi, a Nigerian who went to college in the United States, is chief executive for MTV Base, which launched in sub-Saharan Africa in 2005. Okosi recommended that MTV consider each country as an individual market, rather than blending them all together.
    One reason for MTVNI’s success is “glocalization”—its ability to adapt programs to fit local cultures while still maintaining a consistent, special style. “When we set a channel up, we always provide a set of parameters in terms of standards of things we require,” an MTV executive explains. “Obviously an MTV channel that doesn’t look good enough is not going to do the business for us, let alone for the audience. There’s a higher expectation.” Then the local unit can tailor content to its market. MTV India conveys a “sense of the colorful street culture,” explains Bill Roedy, former MTV Networks International president, while MTV Japan has “a sense of technology edginess; MTV Italy, style and elegance.” In Africa, MTV Base features videos from top African artists as well as from emerging African music talent. According to company executives, the goal is to “provide a unique cultural meeting point for young people in Africa, using the common language of music to connect music fans from different backgrounds and cultures.”
    Critical Thinking Questions
    1 Do you think that MTV’s future lies mostly in its international operations? Explain your
    2 What types of political, economic, and competitive challenges does MTV Networks International face by operating worldwide?
    3 How has MTV Networks International overcome cultural differences to create a world brand?

    pre-lab.

    Pre labs should consist of purpose of the lab, procedure and data tables.
    so it is a pre-lab read it then write the purpose of the lab, procedure and data tables
    should be in your own word so do not just copy the procedure

  • English Question
    This assignment will assess the following Student Learning Outcomes and Core Objectives:
    Apply basic principles of rhetorical analysis.
    Write essays that classify, explain, and evaluate rhetorical and literary strategies employed in argument, persuasion and various forms of literature.
    Identify, differentiate, integrate, and synthesize research materials into argumentative and/or analytical essays.
    Employ appropriate documentation style and format across the spectrum of in-class and out-of-class written discourse.
    Demonstrate library literacy.
    Read these 3 short stories and select 1 to analyze for the literary analysis assignment:

    “The Storm”Link

    “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”

    “The Story of an Hour”Link

    Assignment Requirements
    Student will:
    Write a Literary Analysis essay that provides an argument analysis of a literary work. Some summary is needed, but should not be the focal point of your work.
    Write a FIVE paragraph essay ( 5 Sentences per paragraph) that is 850 words, double spaced with 1-inch margins, and typed in 12pt. font Times New Roman, and MLA Style.
    Document primary sources(Your Text Book) according to MLA standards.
    Actively engage in peer-review sessions and use peers’ feedback, together with my comments, to revise the essay.
    Apply Edited American English
    Submit the final draft in a properly formatted word document to the proper section on eLearning by the scheduled due date.

    English Question

    Consultation 1: Choosing a topic: This assignment should not be more than a few sentences stating the text you choose to cover and the topic.
    Example: My research paper will focus on Leslie Marmon Silko’s novel Ceremony. I will apply Marxism literary theory to analyze the text.
    Instructions:
    Summary for Research Paper:
    This assignment will assess the following Student Learning Outcomes and Core Objectives:
    Demonstrate knowledge of individual and collaborative writing processes (ACGM).
    Develop ideas with appropriate support and attribution (ACGM).
    Read, reflect, and respond critically to a variety of texts (ACGM).
    Teamwork: Ability to consider different points of view and to work effectively with others to support a shared purpose or goal (THECB).
    Personal Responsibility: Ability to connect choices, actions, and consequences to ethical decision-making (THECB).
    Assignment Requirements
    Student will:
    Write a research-based essay that demonstrates an understanding and informs or persuades the reader about the essay topic.
    Write according to length and format instructions: 1,500-2,000 words, double spaced with 1-inch margins, and typed in 12pt. font Times New Roman, and MLA Style.
    Conduct research using library catalog and databases.
    Employ a variety of 5 acceptable research sources minimum.
    Document research sources according to MLA standards.
    Actively engage in peer-review sessions and use peers’ feedback, together with my comments, to revise the essay.
    Apply Edited American English
    Submit final draft in a properly formatted word document to eLearning by the scheduled due date.
    Instructor Prompt:
    Choose a new author or choose from any works we have covered in class and research how they practice technique or apply conventions of genre to address a specific idea or subject. Paraphrase and document your examples (MLA). Make the author, subject, and genre the focus of your discussion. Refer to the following genres and conventions for reference:
    Narrative genres: Autobiographical, Literacy, Historical, Biographical.
    Descriptive genres: Person, Place, Natural history.
    Analytic genres: Textual, Visual, Cultural.
    Argumentative: Quintilian, Op-eds, Public speeches, Parables.

    Forum: Module Four: Prompt Two (macro-reading)

    English Assignment Help Module Four: Prompt Two (Macro-reading: Misogyny and the Decameron)
    This is a class-wide Discussion Board Post activity. It consists of four steps, so please take note of everything. Complete this activity after you have read all of the assigned tales from Days Seven and Eight of the Decameron.
    Step One: Select two tales, one from Day Seven and another from Day Eight, that display contrasting views on women. Make a list of the relevant quotes that convey this information, such as descriptions of characters, or snippets of dialogue, and include the page numbers.
    Step Two: Now write a mini-essay consisting of three paragraphs that supports the following thesis: “The Decameron displays a complex view of medieval women in society, neither entirely misogynist not entirely philogynist.”
    Your first paragraph should serve as an introductory paragraph. It should contain at least three sentences that explain how the Decameron achieves this, in general terms, as you can see in Days Seven and Eight.
    Your second paragraph serves as your body/evidence paragraph, that includes your textual citations and support for this thesis. (5-6 sentences)
    Your third paragraph serves as your conclusion paragraph, where you explain how these tales relate to other tales in the Decameron from different Days. (4-5 sentences)
    Step Three: Post your mini-essay. Your final post should be between 300 and 350 words total. Read the Discussion Board grading rubric to see how your initial post will be evaluated.

    English Question

    Consultation 1: Choosing a topic: This assignment should not be more than a few sentences stating the text you choose to cover and the topic.
    Example: My research paper will focus on Leslie Marmon Silko’s novel Ceremony. I will apply Marxism literary theory to analyze the text.
    Instructions:
    Summary for Research Paper:
    This assignment will assess the following Student Learning Outcomes and Core Objectives:
    Demonstrate knowledge of individual and collaborative writing processes (ACGM).
    Develop ideas with appropriate support and attribution (ACGM).
    Read, reflect, and respond critically to a variety of texts (ACGM).
    Teamwork: Ability to consider different points of view and to work effectively with others to support a shared purpose or goal (THECB).
    Personal Responsibility: Ability to connect choices, actions, and consequences to ethical decision-making (THECB).
    Assignment Requirements
    Student will:
    Write a research-based essay that demonstrates an understanding and informs or persuades the reader about the essay topic.
    Write according to length and format instructions: 1,700-2,000 words, double spaced with 1-inch margins, and typed in 12pt. font Times New Roman, and MLA Style.
    Conduct research using library catalog and databases.
    Employ a variety of 5 acceptable research sources minimum.
    Document research sources according to MLA standards.
    Actively engage in peer-review sessions and use peers’ feedback, together with my comments, to revise the essay.
    Apply Edited American English
    Submit final draft in a properly formatted word document to eLearning by the scheduled due date.
    Instructor Prompt:
    Choose a new author or choose from any works we have covered in class and research how they practice technique or apply conventions of genre to address a specific idea or subject. Paraphrase and document your examples (MLA). Make the author, subject, and genre the focus of your discussion. Refer to the following genres and conventions for reference:
    Narrative genres: Autobiographical, Literacy, Historical, Biographical.
    Descriptive genres: Person, Place, Natural history.
    Analytic genres: Textual, Visual, Cultural.
    Argumentative: Quintilian, Op-eds, Public speeches, Parables.

    video questions

    After viewing “The Social Dilemma” (on YouTube) or another applicable documentary, please respond to the questions below in a 2 page, double-spaced, Times New Roman font, 12 pt font, and submit it to this assignment by 11:59pm on Monday, April 4th
    What are three takeaways from this documentary that have influenced the way you think about media?
    Who is this documentary intended for?
    Who’s responsibility is it to monitor the way social media is being utilized?
    What is your opinion on the censoring of certain types of speech on social media? Do you feel like there should be a ban on certain types of language and speech on social media? If so, why?
    How has media in general influenced the way we as a society discuss and understand politics?

    Management Question

    avoid plagiarism, word format only, Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced)
    Please read the cover page for the rules and instructions.
    Cover page must be included
    References must be included
    Questions:
    A. Explain in detail the Wiig’s Knowledge management model. How is the Wiig KM model related to the Nonaka and Takeuchi model? In what important ways do they differ? (2.5 Marks) 400-500 words.
    B. How do public, private, and shared knowledge differ? What are the implications of managing these different types of knowledge according to the Wiig KM model? Also discuss the four types of knowledge defined by K. Wiig in his Knowledge management model. (2.5 Marks) 250 – 350 Words.
    Q.2:
    A. Explain in detail various “Tacit Knowledge” capturing methods used by the organizations. (1.5 Marks) 250 – 350 Words.
    B. Discuss the Strategic Implications of Knowledge Capture and Codification. (1.5 Mark) 150-250 Words.
    C. Discuss the role of communities of practice in knowledge management? How can organizations cultivate communities of practice? (2 Marks) 300 – 400 words.
    Note: Each part in Q1 and Q2 must be at-least supported by two peer reviewed journal references.

    Research

    Resources research are done. An annotated bibliography is also done. Just need the first draft.
    Task: The four-source essay asks you to synthesize the arguments of four sources.
    Length: Minimum of 1000 words. The first draft and let you know if you need more development beyond 1000 words.
    Format: APA
    Sources: Four sources, all of which you will find through library searches. If you haven’t firmly chosen a topic for WA#1, you will select a topic of your choice, conduct searches in the library databases, focus on the topic, and determine four sources to use in this essay. (Of course, you may have chosen a firm topic that you used for WA#1. Four of these five sources are appropriate to use for WA#2 unless your instructor indicates otherwise.)
    oAll of your sources must be from scholarly journals or credible trade journals. No sources can be from popular journals.
    Please use only four sources. Please do not incorporate more than four sources into this essay.

    Business Law_Capacity to Contract

    Review the story box at the beginning of Chapter 14. Answer the questions raised using the text. You may want to review chapter four’s discussions of ethical theory. I already attached the chapter 14 for your reference.
    In a state in which the age of majority for contracting purposes is 18, 17-year-old
    Daniel was married, employed, and living with his wife in their own apartment.
    Daniel and his wife went to Mattox Motors, a used car dealership, and
    purchased a used car for $500 cash. After driving the car for several months,
    Daniel was involved in a serious collision and damaged the car. He was one
    week over the age of 18 at this time. The next day, Daniel sent a letter to
    Mattox Motors stating that he was disaffirming the sales contract because he
    was underage at the time he entered the contract and that he wanted his
    money back.
    Does Daniel have the right to get out of his contract?
    Does Mattox Motors have to give him his money back?
    Would it make a difference if Daniel had used the car to earn a living?
    If, instead of being a minor at the time the contract was made, Daniel had been mentally disabled or intoxicated, would he have the right to get out of the contract?
    Is it ethical for Daniel to disaffirm the contract after having wrecked the car?

    Contemporary Health Care Issue

    Assessment Description
    The purpose of this assignment is to describe the roles and responsibilities of health care management in addressing contemporary health care issue.
    Consider the health care environment in which you currently work or plan to work, and select a specific health care organization within that setting to focus on for this assignment. Possible options could include an urban emergency center, a public health clinic, or a rural hospital. Research a current health care issue within your selected organization and any proposed initiatives to mitigate its impact on the community. Examples of current health care issues include the opioid crisis, the cost of prescription drugs, and coverage for health care, etc.
    Address the following questions in a 1,500–1,750 word paper about how you would proceed in implementing initiatives to address the health care issue:
    Describe the major financial and physical issues.
    Discuss the major demographic populations, providers, and regulatory bodies affected.
    Describe the major ethical considerations in the context of a Christian worldview perspective regarding the issue from a patient/family, patient care provider, and regulatory body perspective. Address the implications for carrying out work within the public arena with compassion, justice, and concern for the common good.
    Based on your analysis, discuss how you would proceed in implementing initiatives to address the identified health care issue. Identify two possible solutions that could be used to meet the needs of the identified stakeholders.
    Use 3 to 4 peer-reviewed resources to support your response.
    Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
    This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
    You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.
    Health Organizations: Theory, Behavior, and DevelopmentJohnson, J. A.,

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    Assessment Description
    In Topic 3, you read three articles about the skills of the researcher. In this assignment, you will identify three themes common to the articles and write a synthesis paper about research skills using evidence from the articles to support your themes. Use the skills you developed in RES-815 while completing the Emerging Writer Worksheet in which you identified themes, supported them with evidence from the articles, built a thesis claim, and outlined your paper.
    General Requirements:Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:
    Review the articles by Lindsay (2015); Lee, Chang, and Bryan (2020); and Klocko, Marshal, and Davidson (2015) located in the Topic Resources.
    This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
    Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center.
    Refer to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for specific guidelines related to doctoral-level writing. The manual contains essential information on manuscript structure and content, clear and concise writing, and academic grammar and usage.
    You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.
    Directions:
    Write a paper (1,000-1,250 words) that synthesizes the Lindsay (2015); Lee, Chang, and Bryan (2020); and Klocko, Marshal, and Davidson (2015) articles. Your paper should include the following:
    An introduction that introduces and provides context for the topic. This includes presenting a clear thesis statement.
    Identification of and support for three themes with evidence from each article. Synthesize your discussion of the topic to support your thesis.
    A conclusion that demonstrates support of your thesis statement, briefly summarizes the main points from your three themes, and makes recommendations for future research on the topic.

    Swim Lane Process Map of a a Pizza Restaurant

    Swim Lane Process Map of a a Pizza RestaurantCory runs a pizza restaurant in San Jose. His nephew Bill works in his restaurant. In Cory’s restaurant, sauce and dough preparation take 4 minutes for each pizza. Baking and packing take 14 minutes. Billing takes 2 minutes. A customer first places an order with Cory. This takes 2 minutes. Bill then takes charge of the order and performs the three activities – sauce and dough preparation, baking and packing, and billing – consecutively.
    Draw a flowchart of this process with responsibility (Swim Lane Process Map) using this template.
    How long will it take to complete an order of one pizza?
    How can Cory improve the process? Suggest at least two ways to improve. How much time can be saved after improvement?
    Draw a Swim Lane Process Map after improvement. Attach both process maps below.
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    History Question

    For this assignment, choose one of the readings from lecture packets 2 to 4. [see notes below the prompt for advice on choosing] Clearly label each step of your response on the ‘paper’ that you hand in.
    1) Pick out the argument / thesis of the reading you have chosen (what is the big point the author wants to get across to the reader?) State the author’s thesis *clearly

    The Tax Game

    1. Play the Tax Game available online at
    http://econ.glendale.edu/index.php (Links to an external site.)
    It is a simulation in which you are the tax dictator for a mythical country. You must collect enough revenue—but not too much—for your government by adjusting a number of different tax rates, caps and deductions. When you collected sufficient revenue, the game will tell you the tax incidence. That is the impact of your tax choices on different income groups ranging from the bottom 20% to the top 1%. The game also will report the Gini Coefficient.
    See the reading on Canvas about taxes and the Gini coefficient
    You will be asked to readjust you tax choices so that you are satisfied with your tax incidence. There is no correct answer to the game; each of you will differ in your political perspective and how you choose your tax rates. However, I will ask you to justify each of your tax choices as well as the overall tax incidence.
    a) For each of the taxes, explain the choice you made for the tax rates. Please make certain that you explain each number that you chose.
    b) How did each tax affect your desire for a progressive or regressive tax incidence?
    Please do not bid or take on this assignment if you do not fully understand it!

  • English Question
    This assignment will assess the following Student Learning Outcomes and Core Objectives: Apply basic principles of rhetorical analysis. Write essays that classify, explain, and evaluate rhetorical and literary strategies employed in argument, persuasion and various forms of literature. Identify, differentiate, integrate, and synthesize research materials into argumentative and/or analytical essays. Employ appropriate documentation style and format across the spectrum of in-class and out-of-class written discourse. Demonstrate library literacy. Read these 3 short stories and select 1 to analyze for the literary analysis assignment:
    “The Storm”Link
    “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”
    “The Story of an Hour”Link
    Assignment Requirements Student will: Write a Literary Analysis essay that provides an argument analysis of a literary work. Some summary is needed, but should not be the focal point of your work. Write a FIVE paragraph essay ( 5 Sentences per paragraph) that is 850 words, double spaced with 1-inch margins, and typed in 12pt. font Times New Roman, and MLA Style. Document primary sources(Your Text Book) according to MLA standards. Actively engage in peer-review sessions and use peers’ feedback, together with my comments, to revise the essay. Apply Edited American English Submit the final draft in a properly formatted word document to the proper section on eLearning by the scheduled due date.

    History Question

    You will read my paper and choose one paper from the list of my classmate’s papers to compare from some perspectives.
    Basically, you will compare my paper with one classmate’s paper. You must be very versed with Chicago formatting and good at making arguments based on various themes or perspectives or views. My professor is a tough grader so you must be thorough. Ill send other materials once we agree

    Marketing Question

    English Assignment Help There are two parts of this assignment.
    Use two entertainment files for the first part, instructions are in the word doc.
    Part two:
    Your company is considering entry into the diamond business. You gather information about how diamonds are marketed. You discover that diamonds are rated by PRICE, WEIGHT (carats), COLOR, DEPTH, CLARITY and the size of the TABLE. You obtain data on 30 diamonds (attached) and want to know what is the relationship between these variables. How is a diamond’s price influenced by its characteristics?
    Perform a Correlation Analysis and a Multiple Linear Regression on the data. Use EXCEL functions and charts. The EXCEL data file has a data dictionary describing the meaning of the variables.

    Marketing Question

    There are two parts of this assignment.
    Use two entertainment files for the first part, instructions are in the word doc.
    Part two:
    Your company is considering entry into the diamond business. You gather information about how diamonds are marketed. You discover that diamonds are rated by PRICE, WEIGHT (carats), COLOR, DEPTH, CLARITY and the size of the TABLE. You obtain data on 30 diamonds (attached) and want to know what is the relationship between these variables. How is a diamond’s price influenced by its characteristics?
    Perform a Correlation Analysis and a Multiple Linear Regression on the data. Use EXCEL functions and charts. The EXCEL data file has a data dictionary describing the meaning of the variables.

    disscussion

    This is my favorite discussion! The last three chapters (28, 29, and 30) covered a pivotal era in the United States, from the civil rights movement, the women’s liberation movement, the war in Vietnam, the protests against the war, all the way to the fall of the Soviet Union. And, in the background, you have the birth of rock and roll, disco, punk, and metal. Please research a song that was popular in this era (1965-1990) that spoke to one of the social/cultural/political issues in this 25-year period.
    In your discussion, please copy and paste the lyrics of your chosen song, and, in 250 words, please explain the context (what was happening in society) and the political message of the song.
    Your original post is due on Saturday and your two 75-word replies are due on Sunday.
    As always, be sure to list your source(s) at the bottom of your post.

    discussion- debate

    Topic: Narcan and needle exchange programs should not be funded by government money.
    You will write a problem statement and perform a literature review in preparation for your ethical issues debate presentation.
    Share your problem statement in this discussion so that you can review each other’s work and provide peer-to-peer feedback.
    Also, describe what you think are the most important learning takeaways from the literature review resources you reviewed.
    2-3 paragraph, 1-2 credible resource, APA format3 paragraph, 1-2 credible resource, APA format

    Linux Question

    Please write up a one page essay on what ReactOS is. (One page essay, do not list answers or bulletpoint). Please make sure to include the following: What does the Desktop interface look like? (what other OS) Who is behind this? Is this Linux? Will it run Linux programs? Is this safe for everyday use as your main OS? Why yes or why not? Research the project and use that research to complete the rest of the one page essay.
    Please do not copy and paste. Do NOT plagarize. CITE SOURCES
    12pt font, single spaced, times new roman
    Please address all questions in essay.
    When it says, “What does the Desktop interface look like? (what other OS) Who is behind this? Is this Linux? Will it run Linux programs? Is this safe for everyday use as your main OS?” THIS MEANS WHAT OTHER OS DOES IT LOOK LIKE DO NOT CONFUSE THIS WITH OTHER OS PLAYSTATION. NOT THE SAME THING!

    English Question

    The participation papers you write will give you a chance to focus your thoughts about a text by writing them down prior to class.
    Part I: Quotation
    Find a quotation that catches your interest because it is a central idea of the text,surprising, confusing, or because you relate to the idea in some way. Follow thisformat:Quotation – use the author’s exact words and list the page number whereyou found the quotation.Paraphrase – put the quotation into your own words
    Explanation – Why did you pick this quotation? Why is it important?
    Part II: Summary
    Write one sentence that summarizes the key ideas of the reading. Then write onesentence encapsulating each of the major details. Thesummary should be at least one paragraph long.
    Part III: Reaction(s) and Connection(s)
    What is your opinion about the topic(s) presented in the text? Can you make anyconnections with the text? (Text to self, text to text, text world)
    Part IV: Confused or Disagreed
    Explain something that either confused you or with which you disagree. This section should be one to two paragraphs.

    400 word discussion on black angel

    Discuss ONE SPECIFIC EXAMPLE of an idea or key moment that is important in Black Angel. Find one quote that highlights this and include it at the beginning of your post. Explain why you chose it and consider answering the following questions: How does the story work as a visionary fiction? How does it extrapolate from the present and historical past? How do you interpret the meanings of this story?

    Case Study

    A. Identify the problem(s) in the situation presented in the scenario
    B. Analyze the key issues within the context of the theory presented in your course
    C. Develop and compare alternative solutions to the problems
    D. Consider the advantages and disadvantages of various possible solutions
    E. Select the best solution and make recommendations for action
    F. Write up your case analysis in the appropriate case analysis report format
    Introduction: Describe the situation and identify the main problem.
    Body: Analyze the problem and the issues underlying the problem.
    Present and analyze alternative solutions to the problem.
    Conclusion: Identify the best solution.

    Free Plagiarisim, 3 references (I WILL ASK FOR REFUND IF REFERENCES ARE NOT REAL AND NOT RELATED TO TOPIC) I NEED TEXT CITATION AS WELL.

    Decision Analysis Applied to Tunnel Exploration Planning

    What are the three cost components that go into the model in the “information model phase?”
    What are the two factors that go into the construction cost per unit length of tunnel?
    In figure 3, how was the $1,917 value calculated?
    What are the decisions this model is trying to answer?

    answer the questions on the template document

    this assignment have a scene and we have to answer the questions in instruction by template. I also drop rubric here so that you can check your answer’s quality. this assignment has 4 questions include.
    i want HD marks so i hope you can give me an excellent assignment.

    c program problem

    You are given the following code to analyze:
    1. int x[2][128];2. int i, sum = 0;3. for (i = 0; i < 128; i )4. sum = x[0][i] * x[1][i];Assume the code is executed under the following conditions:• sizeof(int) = 4• Array x begins at mem. addr. 0x0 and is stored in row-major order.• Cache initially empty• Only mem. accesses are to elements of x. Rest of the variables are in registers.(a) Case 1: Assume cache is 512 bytes, direct-mapped, with 16 byte blocks. Whatis the miss rate? Explain.(b) Case 2: What is the miss rate if the cache size is doubled (becomes 1024 bytes).Explain.(c) Case 3: If the cache were to be a 512 byte, two-way set-associative cache usingan LRU replacement policy, with 16 byte cache blocks. What is the cache missrate? Explain.(d) For case 3, will a larger cache size help reduce the miss rate? Why or whynot?(e) For case 3, will a larger block size help reduce the miss rate? Why or whynot?(2) 3M decides to make Post-its by printing yellow squares on white pieces of paper. Aspart of the printing process, they need to set the CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow,black) value for every point in the square. 3M hires you to determine the efficiency ofthe following algorithms on a machine with a 2,048-byte direct-mapped data cachewith 32-byte blocks. You are given the following definitions:1 struct point color {2 int c;3 int m;4 int y;5 int k;6 };78 struct point color square[16][16];9 int i, j;1

    Discussion question APA format citations plus bible references needed, check instructions attached below

    Part 1. What is an ethical dilemma that your systems analysis and design project in this course can solve? Using thorough Biblical support, write a detailed purpose statement that clearly articulates how your system problem solves an ethical dilemma.
    Part 2. Embed at least two unique class diagrams as a video from your systems analysis and design project in this course. One class diagram should be of the old system and one class diagram should be of the new system.
    Consider how Biblical principles can be applied to an efficient, optimized, secure, and healthy information system. What elements in the new class diagram apply to the ethical dilemma outlined in the part 1? Why is this important to consider within your project’s system solution?

    Case Study

    Please answer the following 3 questions.
    Questions
    1. Describe some of the factors that led this situation to become an open conflict.
    2. Do you think this is an issue worth generating conflict over?
    3. How can Matt and Peter develop an active problem-solving discussion to resolve this conflict?
    CASE STUDY
    The sound of Matt and Peter’s arguing is familiar to everyone in the office by now. In an effort to make the best use of space and ensure a free flow of discussion and ideas, the founder of Markay Design had decided to convert the one-floor office of the company to an open plan with no walls between workers. The goal of such a layout is to eliminate boundaries and enhance creativity. But for Matt and Peter, the new arrangement creates a growing sense of tension.
    The argument boils down to the question of workspace order and organization. Peter prefers to keep his desk completely clean and clear, and he keeps a stack of cleaning wipes in a drawer to eliminate any dust or dirt. Matt, on the other hand, likes to keep all his work visible on his desk, so sketches, plans, magazines, and photos are scattered everywhere, alongside boxes of crackers and coffee cups. Peter finds it hard to concentrate when he sees Matt’s piles of materials everywhere, while Matt feels he can be more creative and free flowing when he’s not forced to clean and organize constantly. Many of Matt and Peter’s coworkers wish they’d just let the issue drop. The men enjoyed a good working relationship in the past, with Peter’s attention to detail and thorough planning serving to rein in some of Matt’s wild inspirations. But of late,their collaborations have been derailed in disputes.
    Everyone knows it’s not productive to engage in conflicts over every small irritant in the workplace. However, completely avoiding conflict can be equally negative. An emerging body of research has examined “conflict cultures” in organizations. The findings suggest having a culture that actively avoids and suppresses conflicts is associated with lower levels of creativity. Moreover, cultures that push conflict underground but do not succeed in reducing the underlying tensions can become passive-aggressive, marked by underhanded behavior against other coworkers.
    Ultimately, finding a way through the clutter dispute is probably going to be an ongoing process to find a balance between perspectives. Both Matt and Peter worry that if they can’t find a solution, their usually positive work relationship will be too contentious to bear. And that would be a real mess.
    Sources: S. Shellenbarger, “Clashing over Office Clutter,” Wall Street Journal, March 19, 2014, http://www.wsj.com/articles /SB10001424052702304747404579447331212245004; S. Shellenbarger, “To Fight or Not to Fight? When to Pick Workplace Battles,” Wall Street Journal, December 17, 2014, http://www.wsj.com/articles/picking-your-workplace-battles-1418772621; and M. J. Gelfand, J. R. Harrington, and L. M. Leslie, “Conflict Cultures: A New Frontier for Conflict Management Research and Practice,” in N. M. Ashkanasy, O. B. Ayoko, and K. A. Jehn (eds.), Handbook of Conflict Management Research, 2014, 109–135. Stephen P. Robbins (San Diego State University) and Timothy A. Judge (The Ohio State University). Organizational Behavior. (18th Edition). 2019. Pearson Education Inc. ISBN-13: 978-0-13-47293-29.

  • engl226 week 4 discusion
    This week’s lesson discusses the writing process, overcoming communication barriers, organization, and strategies for both positive/routine and negative messages. At the end of this week, your first writing assignment is due, a positive/routine message. This discussion will work through the planning step of the writing process to prepare that positive/routine message.
    First, review the instructions for the Week 4 writing assignment, including the message rubric.
    Then, before Thursday midnight, answer the following questions concerning the Week 4 positive/routine message assignment:
    What are THREE things you know about the audience that will impact how you write this message? Consider the following:
    What do they know about the topic?
    What are their feelings about the topic or the company/author?
    What in the message will benefit the audience?
    What do they need to know?
    What do they want to know?
    What questions will they have?
    What should they believe, feel, or do after reading the message?
    What are TWO communication barriers (physical, semantic, psychological, or situational) presented by this message?
    Explain ONE strategy (the “you” approach, positive emphasis, one of the Six Cs of Communication, or one type of message formatting, such as bolding, italicizing, etc.) that you will use in the message and how that strategy helps you overcome the communication barrier and/or better target your audience. Include a sentence or paragraph from your planned message to demonstrate the strategy!

    managing performance CT module 10

    We must be able to communicate the exact core competencies we are holding employees accountable for. There are six basic components associated with a performance management communication plan, which can be reviewed in Figure 7-1, in your textbook. These components may be helpful to review when crafting your presentation.
    For this assignment, create a PowerPoint presentation for an organization of your choice, which is in the Middle East. Address the following core competencies required by the organization and explain how your organization defines each core competency, as well as how each core competency is measured and utilized by the organization:
    Teamwork
    Communication
    Creativity
    Quality Improvement
    Attendance
    Your presentation should meet the following structural requirements:
    Presentation should be 10 slides in length, with a minimum of seven content slides in addition to one title slide, an agenda slide, and at least one reference slide.
    Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of four scholarly articles in the speaker’s notes as well as the reference slide. Two of these sources may be from the class readings, textbook, or lectures, but two must be external. The Saudi Digital Library is a good place to find these sources and should be your primary resource for conducting research.
    Presentation notes are required for each slide and should be put in the speaker’s notes section to support the slide content. These can be part of the presentation or delivered as a separate document. PDF files will not be accepted.
    For your video presentation, you will need to make sure to follow APA 7th edition and Saudi Electronic University writing standards. To be successful, you will need to support your statements with logic and argument and cite all sources references.
    Please also be encouraged to submit your presentation to the Turnitin Originality Check prior to submitting it to your instructor for grading. If you are not sure about how to submit an assignment to the Originality Check tool, please review the Turnitin Originality Check Student Guide for more information. Please make sure to use professional themes and transitions in your presentation slide deck.

    English Question

    English Assignment Help Please write at least 500 words for each blogposts.Please ensure that your causal argument on the role of private organizations, i’ve included the causal argument structure in the attachments, in creating more sustainable environmental solutions, is strongly supported by evidences from different sources.These sources can be quoted, not cited (I don’t want a bibliography in the blogposts) in your blogposts. I included the sources to quote from, also i’ve attached an essay i wrote so you can take some ideas from. Note, they are different projects so do not copy the all of the ideas.
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301421512009275
    https://pubs-acs-org.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/doi/full/10.1021/es505704u
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673616002038
    https://link-springer-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/article/10.1007/s10980-011-9606-2
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0360544212002459
    https://link-springer-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/article/10.1007/s10584-013-0901-6
    https://journals-sagepub-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/doi/full/10.1177/2329488417753951

    Need help with memo on Microsoft

    Hello, I need help with a page on the company Microsoft for the information below.
    Management Information Systems:() Quantitatively/qualitatively assess your company’s ability to use and deploy MIS/IT technologies for point-of-sales data collection, inventory management, customer service, etc. For example, see if you can find information on IT expenditures.
    Marketing Capabilities: ()Quantitatively/qualitatively assess your company’s ability to build and promote its brand(s), customer service abilities, merchandising, etc. For example, see if you can calculate an annual Advertising Intensity ratio (advertising expenditures / divided by total sales).

    English Question

    Please write at least 500 words for each blogposts.Please ensure that your causal argument on the role of private organizations, i’ve included the causal argument structure in the attachments, in creating more sustainable environmental solutions, is strongly supported by evidences from different sources.These sources can be quoted, not cited (I don’t want a bibliography in the blogposts) in your blogposts. I included the sources to quote from, also i’ve attached an essay i wrote so you can take some ideas from. Note, they are different projects so do not copy the all of the ideas.
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301421512009275
    https://pubs-acs-org.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/doi/full/10.1021/es505704u
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673616002038
    https://link-springer-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/article/10.1007/s10980-011-9606-2
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0360544212002459
    https://link-springer-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/article/10.1007/s10584-013-0901-6
    https://journals-sagepub-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/doi/full/10.1177/2329488417753951

    Management Question

    Read the case given and answer the questions:
    Case Study
    Resolving Ethical Business Challenges *
    Kent was getting pressure from his boss, parents, and wife about the marketing campaign for Broadway Corporation’s new video game called “Lucky.” He had been working for Broadway for about two years, and the Lucky game was his first big project. After Kent and his wife, Amy, graduated from college, they decided to go back to their hometown of Las Cruces, New Mexico, near the Mexican border. Kent’s father knew the president of Broadway, which enabled Kent to get a job in its marketing department. Broadway is a medium-size company with about 500 employees, making it one of the largest employers in Las Cruces. Broadway develops, manufactures, and markets video arcade games
    Within the video arcade industry, competition is fierce. Games typically have a life cycle of only 18 to 24 months. One of the key strategies in the industry is providing unique, visually stimulating games by using color graphics technology, fast action, and participant interaction. The target markets for Broadway’s video products are children aged 5 to 12 and teenagers aged 13 to 19. Males constitute 75 percent of the market. When Kent first started with Broadway, his task was to conduct market research on the types of games that players desired. His research showed that the market wanted more action (violence), quicker graphics, multiple levels of difficulty, and sound. Further research showed that certain tones and types of sound were more pleasing than others. As part of his research, Kent also observed people in video arcades, where he found that many became hypnotized by a game and would quickly put in quarters when told to do so. Research suggested that many target consumers exhibited the same symptoms as compulsive gamblers. Kent’s research results were well received by the company, which developed several new games using his information. The new games were instant hits with the market. In his continuing research, Kent found that the consumer’s level of intensity increased as the game’s intensity level increased. Several reports later, Kent suggested that target consumers might be willing, at strategic periods in a video game, to insert multiple coins. For example, a player who wanted to move to a higher level of difficulty would have to insert two coins; to play the final level, three coins would have to be inserted. When the idea was tested, Kent found it did increase game productivity. Kent also noticed that video games that gave positive reinforcements to the consumer, such as audio cues, were played much more frequently than others. He reported his findings to Brad, Broadway’s president, who asked Kent to apply the information to the development of new games. Kent suggested having the machines give candy to the game players when they attained specific goals. For the teen market, the company modified the idea: The machines would give back coins at certain levels during the game. Players could then use the coins at strategic levels to play a “slot-type” chance opening of the next level. By inserting an element of chance, these games generated more coin input than output, and game productivity increased dramatically. These innovations were quite successful, giving Broadway a larger share of the market and Kent a promotion to product manager. Kent’s newest assignment was the Lucky game—a fast-action scenario in which the goal was to destroy the enemy before being destroyed. Kent expanded on the slot-type game for the older market, with two additions. First, the game employed virtual reality technology, which gives the player the sensation of actually being in the game. Second, keeping in mind that most of the teenage consumers were male, Kent incorporated a female character who, at each level, removed a piece of her clothing and taunted the player. A win at the highest level left her nude. Test market results suggested that the two additions increased profitability per game dramatically. Several weeks later, Brad asked about the Lucky project. “I think we’ve got a real problem, Brad,” Kent told him. “Maybe the nudity is a bad idea. Some people will be really upset about it.” Brad was displeased with Kent’s response. Word got around fast that the Lucky project had stalled. During dinner with his parents, Kent mentioned the Lucky project, and his dad said something that affected Kent. “You know, son, the Lucky project will bring in a great deal of revenue for Broadway, and jobs are at stake. Some of your coworkers are upset with your stand on this project. I’m not telling you what to do, but there’s more at stake here than just a video game.” The next day Kent had a meeting with Brad about Lucky. “Well,” Brad asked, “what have you decided?” Kent answered, “I don’t think we should go with the nudity idea.” Brad answered, “You know, Kent, you’re right. The U.S. market just isn’t ready to see full nudity as well as graphic violence in arcades in their local malls. That’s why I’ve contacted an Internet provider who will take our game and put it on the Internet as an adult product. I’ve also checked out the foreign markets and found that we can sell the machines to the Mexican market if we tone down the violence. The Taiwanese joint venture group has okayed the version we have now, but they would like you to develop something that is more graphic in both areas. You see, they already have similar versions of this type of game now, and their market is ready to go to the next level. I see the Internet market as secondary because we can’t get the virtual reality equipment and software into an Internet mode. Maybe when PCs get faster, we’ll be able to tap into it at that level, but not now. So, Kent, do you understand what you need to be doing on Lucky?”
    Question(s):
    1. Identify and discuss the ethical and legal issues? What are Kent’s options? (600 words)- 5 Marks
    2. Discuss the acceptability and commercial use of sex, violence, and gambling in the United States. (Minimum 2 options

    I HAVE HAD PART 1 AND 2 COMPLETED EARLIER THIS SEMESTER, THAN I HAD PART 3 AND 4 COMPLETED

    I HAVE HAD PART 1 AND 2 COMPLETED EARLIER THIS SEMESTER, THAN I HAD PART 3 AND 4 COMPLETED AND NOW I NEED PART 5 TO BE ADDED TO THE FINAL PAPER AND IT TO ALL BE PUT TOGETHER INTO ONE WHOLE ENTIRE PAPER WITH PARTS 1, 2, 3, 4 AND 5 TOGETHER. I NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT AN ASSESSMENT TOOL IS MENTIONED IN SECTION 4 SO THAT THERE IS A TOOL THAT WILL BE USED TO ASSESS THE ORGANIZATION .

    I HAVE INCLUDED ALL PAPERS FROM SECTION 1, 2, 3 AND 4 AND I NEED YOU TO COME UP WITH THE 5TH SECTION OF THIS PAPER.

    Directions: I have attached a mocked paper that was done by my teacher. (Attachment 1) In attachment 2 I

    Directions: I have attached a mocked paper that was done by my teacher. (Attachment 1)
    In attachment 2 I have attached my papers that I did, and I would like for you if at all possible, to get it as close to the teacher paper as possible. My paper has to be 16 pages MLA format and cited. Also, on the mocked sample paper, you will see Bold Face print above paragraphs, please include those bold face print above each paragraph when you get to it.

    When you get to a part that may ask about a chart, use the “observation chart.”

    If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

    reflection on “Illegitimate Sufferers: A-Bomb Victims, Medical Science, and the Government,”

    Compose a ~250-word reflection on “Illegitimate Sufferers: A-Bomb Victims, Medical Science, and the Government,” devoting attention to what this history conveys about the experiences of hibakusha (atomic bombing survivors) in postwar Japan. No outside sources needed, only reflect on the reading i provide

    Module 4 /Annotated Bibliography

    The Annotated Bibliography
    This assignment is crucial; it allows you to explore various positions on your issue and conduct the necessary research before you dive into your Problem/Solution Research Paper. To search for information about your issue, use various keywords to narrow your search and find the best articles, websites, etc. Remember to select articles and references carefully and to be suspicious when deciding which articles to use. Also, remember to include those articles that you might not even agree with. They will be important to you, too. Keep in mind that all of your sources must be substantial sources; a one-page article simply won’t be acceptable.
    The Annotated Bibliography: Find five sources that deal with your issue and present varying positions. Make sure to vary your sources (articles from the Web and library databases that include websites, magazines, academic journals, newspapers, etc.). However, the majority (at least three) of your sources must be scholarly journal essays retrieved from the library’s databases; these are the most authoritative and reliable sources.
    Once you have decided on your five sources, you will have to read and analyze them and take good notes. If they are long or book-length articles, then do your best to skim them. Always look at the table of contents, the chapter headings, and the index or bibliography in the back. You can learn a lot about a book from doing these things before you read it at length. You will then go back and read carefully the parts that are relevant to your Problem/Solution Research Paper.
    To create your draft of the Annotated Bibliography, make a list. List the sources alphabetically by author’s last name, using MLA style, and then write a careful summary of each source, which you will place beneath each citation. Make sure to identify the author’s claim in your short summary. Review the two student annotated bibliographies in this module.
    Note: Please carefully review the materials below, as well as the materials in the Week 4 module for support with this assignment.
    Length: 5 citations, each with a substantial annotation (150 words ) in alphabetical order
    Format: MLA (8th edition)
    Points: This assignment is worth 150 points
    RubricAnnotated Bibliography
    CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThere are 5 sources in full MLA citation format with fully developed annotations that contain the original source’s thesis and all major supporting ideas
    75 ptsAbove Expectations
    All sources are correctly cited and fully annotated.
    50 ptsMeets Expectations
    Sources have some citation errors or are not fully annotated.
    25 ptsBelow Expectations
    Sources have significant citation errors or overly brief or confusing annotations.
    75 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe sources represent various viewpoints of the issue
    25 ptsAbove Expectations
    There are at least three different points of view represented in the sources.
    20 ptsMeets Expectations
    There are at least two different viewpoints represented in the sources.
    10 ptsBelow Expectations
    There are no significantly different viewpoints represented in the sources.
    25 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThree or more sources are academic journal essays.
    25 ptsAbove Expectations
    All requirements for academic journal essays are met.
    20 ptsMeets Expectations
    Only 1 or 2 sources are academic journal essays.
    10 ptsBelow Expectations
    No academic journal essays are used.
    25 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe summaries are free of usage, syntax, punctuation, tense use, and grammar issues. The tone is formal and academic
    25 ptsAbove Expectations
    There are no significant grammatical issues; the tone is serious and academic.
    20 ptsMeets Expectations
    There are a number of grammatical issues; there are lapses in formal tone.
    10 ptsBelow Expectations
    There are numerous grammatical issues; there are lapses in tone.
    25 pts

    Discussion #2

    Like the music of hip hop, the popularity of breaking spread quickly from its origins in New York to the rest of the country—and around the world. At the height of its popularity breaking could be seen on television, in the news, and in movies. In the lecture and in the movie The Freshest Kids you have seen how previous dance styles, gymnastics, and martial arts movies influenced breaking, and the influence of New York breaking on the dance style of the West Coast. What are some contemporary dances that you feel have been influenced by breaking? Are there any other types of dance(s) that include the element of “ritual combat” that was (is) part of the aesthetic of breaking? (Remember that you are not limited to discussing only the United States as hip hop has become a global phenomenon). In posting your reply, feel inspired to include examples that support your opinion.
    **Your discussion post must be your original thoughts. If you want to include material from outside sources, please do so sparingly and with citation.**

  • This annotated bibliography is 4 parts, The first 3 parts will be together that are 1. A correctly formatted
    This annotated bibliography is 4 parts, The first 3 parts will be together that are
    1. A correctly formatted citation `
    2. An academic summary of the source located below the citation.
    3. An evaluation of the source’s relevance for your research topic
    Part 4 is about providing this information for each source in 4 paragraphs. 1st paragraph is about Author, 2nd is about Audience, 3rd is about context, and 4th is about text

    Hi Writer! This is a little different type of annotated bibliography. I am doing this to prepare for my Essay

    Hi Writer!

    This is a little different type of annotated bibliography. I am doing this to prepare for my next paper that I will have to write next month. Attached below is the prompt, handout tips, and sample paper to help you! I will let you choose the paper. However, the film cannot be Get Out by Jordan Peele. I need 5 sources, 2 needs to scholarly and the other 3 popular sources. Message me if you have any questions!

    I) Q

    English Assignment Help I) Q

    Read the attached primer and write a no more than 2 page paper, double spaced 12 font, making an

    Read the attached primer and write a no more than 2 page paper, double
    spaced 12 font, making an argument with an aspect of the primer (your paper
    must have a thesis). Format should be either APA or MLA format. The primer is lengthy and broad, so you have plenty
    of option on where you would like to focus your paper. For example, it
    could be a different take on a policy recommendation, or it could be a
    disagreement with a particular topic addressed in the chapters, or it could
    even be a proposal for a wholly new approach to the US’ relationship with
    Russia – it is up to you. Cite any external sources in your paper.

    Film Question

    Cinema 7A Film Analysis AssignmentInstructions: 1. Read the chapter on film analysis.2. Rent and view one of the films from the list below. You should view the film at least twice. Take notes as you go and pause and replay scenes that you don’t understand or that you find particularly interesting.3. Write a paper which answers the questions below. a. For minimum credit answer all the questions below. Be sure to number your answers.b. More complete MLA essay style answers will receive higher scores.4. Papers must be type written and double-spaced. No papers will be accepted by e-mail. Use the turnitin link on the Canvas assignment. Length: 5 – 8 pages.Review Questions:1. What is the true subject or theme of the film, and what kind of statement, if any, does the film make about the subject? Which elements and which scenes contribute most to addressing the theme of the film?2. How do all of the separate elements of the film relate to and contribute to the theme, central purpose, or total effect?Film Elements:a. Narrative – The manner in which the story is told. What is the plot structure? Is it chronological or non-linear? Are there flashbacks or other narrative devices and why are they used? b. Acting – the qualities of the performances. Is the acting realistic or is it mannered and artifical? Are the characters dynamic (do they change as the film progresses)? How?c. Cinematography – The qualities of the photography and lighting. Identify specific scenes and camera shots that you thought were particularly interesting.d. Editing – The pace and tempo, the use of transitions and the organization of the narrative. Identify any editing technique you thought was particularly interestinge. Art Direction and Design – Locations, sets, effects, props, costumes and make-up.3. What scenes in the film show the director’s style and how do they show it?4. What were your personal reactions to the film? What are your personal reasons for liking or disliking the film?Film List: Films By George Cukor: Little Women (1933), Holiday (1938), The Philadelphia Story (1940), Pat and Mike (1952), A Star is Born (1954), My Fair Lady) 1964Humphrey Bogart Films: Casablanca (1942), The Big Sleep (1946), Key Largo (1948), The Barefoot Contessa (1954), The Harder They Fall (1956)Films Noir: Scarlet Street (1945), The Killers (1946), Out of the Past (1947), Naked City (1948), Niagra (1953), Double Indemnity (1954)

    TLMT498 Discus the theory and politics of transportation and logistics management.

    Complete this assignment by discussing the theory and politics of transportation and logistics management. You will have to conduct online research to determine what theories exist in the field. Likewise, you need to determine what political factors are at play and how these factors impact the TLM field. Discuss in detail and provide sources to support your thoughts, insights, ideas, and statements

    Discussion 2

    you will write a problem statement and perform a literature review in preparation for your ethical issues debate presentation.
    Share your problem statement in this discussion so that you can review each other’s work and provide peer-to-peer feedback.
    Also, describe what you think are the most important learning takeaways from the literature review resources you reviewed.

    Edit
    3 paragraph, 1-2 credible resource, APA format

    Research / Drafting Questions, Challenges, Problems

    Background
    You’ve been working on collecting information for your research paper for a few weeks now. This week we’d like to take stock of how the process is going and see what challenges and questions you have in both the research and the writing stages.
    Directions for the Discussion Question Response
    Please write one or more paragraphs for each of these:
    1. What challenges or problems have you experienced in finding information on your topic?
    2. What things have you done that have worked well?
    3. What challenges or problems do you anticipate you might have in writing the research paper?
    4. What tools or techniques do you plan to use to help you with the writing?

    Deinstitutionalization played a significant role in shaping the current roles of psychiatric social workers. Psychiatric social workers work on

    Deinstitutionalization played a significant role in shaping the current roles of psychiatric social workers. Psychiatric social workers work on inpatient psychiatric units and provide services to individuals with mental illness and their families. Most inpatient psychiatric units are unique clinical settings where doors to the units are locked from the inside and from the outside. Patients are not free to leave the units at will, and visitors to the units are monitored closely. Psychiatric social workers work with patients who voluntarily seek care and others who are involuntarily admitted. In the simplest of terms, inpatient psychiatric care today focuses on stabilization and referral to a lower level of care. Psychiatric social workers create, negotiate, and implement discharge plans. They also provide limited clinical services, usually in the form of group interventions.
    To prepare for this Assignment:

    Review this week’s READINGS. Think about the roles and functions of a psychiatric social worker in inpatient psychiatric care settings. Focus on practice skills. Consider the philosophy of psychiatric social work.

    In a 3-page paper:

    1. Explain the philosophy that drives psychiatric social work in caring for patients with mental illness.
    2. Explain the primary goals of psychiatric social workers.
    3. Describe the roles and functions of psychiatric social workers on interdisciplinary inpatient psychiatric teams.
    4. Compare differences and similarities in roles, practice skills, and functions between psychiatric social workers in inpatient units and non-psychiatric medical social workers in other types of medical units or healthcare settings.

    Support your Assignment with specific references to the READINGS using the appropriate APA 7 format and style. You are asked to provide a reference list for all resources, including those in the resources for this course.

    READINGS:
    Messinger, S. D. (2011). Cooperation and contention in psychiatric work. Transcultural Psychiatry, 48, 284–298.

    Lanier, P., Bollinger, S.,

    Analysis of the effects of THP-1 derived exosomes on HepG2 cells – lab report.

    1- I send the brief for this assessment it is explain all the work and also the table for the marks.
    2- I send one of my friend example form the previous sister to help you to understand the criteria.
    3- all the data that are need it in the assessment you can find it in the attachment.
    please I want it in critical reviews.

    ITEM 1. Describe and list the results of your personal static and dynamic postural assessments. Your results should include:

    ITEM 1. Describe and list the results of your personal static and dynamic postural assessments. Your results should include: Movement Impairments, Overactive Muscles, Underactive Muscles, and any known postural syndromes.

    ITEM 2. Make your layout clear and use bullet points, charts, or spacing to allow for quick reference to your results.

    ITEM 3. In your descriiption of your results explain why you think you display these muscle imbalances. What lifestyle movements (or lack of movements) contribute to your results.

    Social Engineering Toolkit (SET): Clone website to gain victim’s passwords

    Attached.
    Take all necessary and appropriate screenshots to replace old screenshots in this document. Past those new screenshots to a MS-Word file with the step numbers and descriptions.
    5. Write a brief description bellow or above each screenshot for each step to make a good
    report related to this lab (Additional detail descriptions are always highly encouraged).

  • In the play Antigone by Sophocles
    In the play Antigone by Sophocles, Creon claims to stand for the laws of Thebes, while Antigone claims to stand for the laws of the Gods. Which one is right? Is either right? Why/why not? Use your own words, and quote the original text, but do not copy from SparkNotes, CliffsNotes, Masterplots, PinkMonkey, Quora, Wikipedia, or other summaries.

    Hominin Chart

    For this assignment you will create a detailed chart about hominin evolution that covers ALL of the following characteristics for Australopithecus afarensis, Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalensis, and Homo sapiens:
    Time period where they were living both in number and era name.
    Famous example
    Brain size
    Facial characteristics like prognathism, teeth size and shape, and brow ridge.
    Changes to upper and lower body related to locomotion
    Tool tradition and examples
    Social and cultural behavior
    Then: In 1 page, not including cover page or chart, please answer the following questions: What trends/patterns do you see across ALL species in the following rows: brain size, facial traits, and changes in upper/lower body as they relate to locomotion? Why may these trends have been adaptive for human survival?
    Example: In the area of tool traditions, a trend that I noticed is that the tool traditions gradually include a larger number of diverse tools. For instance, for Australopithecus afarensis the tools are limited to cores and flakes with sharp edges. As new species evolve, tools types become more numerous (cores, flakes, and hand axes for Homo erectus, cores, flakes, hand axes, lissiors, and spear heads for Homo neanderthalensis; etc.). Having a variety of tool types would have been adaptive for humans to take advantage of different food resources for survival, to reduce the time and danger it takes to get food, and to allow for greater protection with weaponry
    You must use the attached template! If you use outside research, please cite in APA style and include a reference page.
    Hominid Chart Table Example.docx

    Please follow all the requirements and complete the work as is requested

    English Assignment Help Encyclopedia of Bacterial Genera: Morganella
    Perform some bibliographic research to retrieve relevant information about the bacterial lineage.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed
    https://scholar.google.com
    https://bacdive.dsmz.de
    https://patricbrc.org
    At least four scientific / peer-reviewed references
    Based on the reading, write a review/summary (double-spaced, Arial, font size 12, maximum length 4 pages, no more than half a page can be figure(s)) based on the scientific research, which must include the following information:
    (Follow this structure!)
    a) Title: aka something g mentioning the name of the bacterium and why it is interesting!
    b) Taxonomy, classification

    Small business management ..

    I want two different answers..

    Entrepreneurship and Small Business
    ASSIGNMENT -3
    Submission Date by students: Before the end of Week- 13th
    Place of Submission: Students Grade Centre
    Weight:10 Marks
    Learning Outcome:
    1. Demonstrate strong analytical skills and tools to formulate an effective Bootstrap Marketing Plan on which a small business can build a competitive edge in the marketplace.
    2. Illustrate the ability to think independently and systematically on developing a viable business model
    3. Outline the solid understanding of the potential of entrepreneur in today’s competitive business world.
    Assignment Workload:
    This assignment is an individual assignment.
    Developing an E-Commerce Business Plan
    The purpose of the assignment is to provide you the experience of creating a unique E-Commerce solution. You are forming an e-Commerce company to take advantage of the opportunities in the e-marketplace and will author a Business Plan for that venture.
    Your choice of firm may include any industry, business, or service. Your report can involve the sale of products or services. This reportprovides extreme latitude for creativity and demonstration of your mastery of course objectives, in addition to relevant topics studied through secondary available source through published reports, journals and magazine’s.
    Guidelines: Your Business Plan should follow this basic outline, plus include any content unique to your choice of product or service. Your plan should demonstrate your understanding of concepts of e-commerce covered by course readings, lectures, and peer reviewed journals. Your business plan should discuss all strategies needed for the creation of an e-commerce site.
    I. Executive Summary (1 Mark) (100-200 Words)II. Business Description (2 Marks) (250-300 Words) a. Products / Services Offered b. Mission Statement c. Industry d. Business Goals and Objectives e. Business Models – Revenue and Payment ModelsIII. Marketing (2 Marks) (250-300 Words) a. Market Analysis / Market Forecast b. Target Markets c. Marketing StrategyIV. Competitor Analysis (2 Marks) (250-300 Words) a. Competition b. Strengths and Weaknesses c. Competitive AdvantageV. Conclusion (2 Marks) (250-300 Words)VI. References (1 Marks)

    Please Label Brain picture. All photos Attached

    Procedure
    A. External Brain Anatomy
    Frontal lobe
    Parietal lobe
    Occipital lobe
    Temporal lobe
    Cerebellum
    Medulla
    Gyrus
    Longitudinal fissure
    Central sulcus
    Olfactory bulb
    Optic nerve
    Place your notecard or piece of paper with your name and date next to your dissected specimen. Use a digital camera to capture a minimum of four clear, in-focus photographs of your dissected specimen with the aforementioned structures, labeled using text boxes afterward. Alternately, you can take pictures pointing to the aforementioned structures with a probe.
    B. Internal Brain Anatomy
    Read the instructions provided with your dissection kit TWICE in order to properly observe the INTERNAL anatomy of the brain. Follow the instructions for locating the following INTERNAL structures:
    Corpus callosum
    Lateral ventricles (left and/or right)
    Third ventricle
    Cerebral aqueduct
    Fourth ventricle
    Medulla oblongata
    Pons
    Thalamus
    Hypothalamus
    Pineal gland
    Dura mater (if present)
    Pia mater
    Arbor vitae

    English Question

    So, here’s the project;
    Watch the Influenza 1918 video. This is an excellent program that appeared on the PBS series The American Experience. It is a grim but fascinating look at one of the greatest medical holocausts in history.
    Watch the oral history interview with 1918 Pandemic survivor Edna Boone, someone who actually survived the BIG one and lived to tell about it.
    After you have viewed the two videos, and in light of your experience with our current pandemic and your own historical efforts to understand the challenges of our current health crisis, your task is now to examine the two pandemics in a thoughtful, analytical essay incorporating the three essay questions in the “PANDEMIC REFLECTION ESSAY” instructions below.
    The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic of today is not the first one to shake the foundations of American society or to challenge modern science. The Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 killed over 600,000 Americans, and between 3 and 5 percent of the entire world’s population. After you have viewed the two pandemic videos, and in light of your personal experiences and your own historical efforts to understand the challenges of our current health crisis, your task is now to analyze the two events for similarities and differences in how this nation’s population at large, its government, and public health agencies handled (or are presently handling the two pandemics, and address elements of civic and personal responsibility revealed to you by the history of these two crises. This essay is about your own personal analysis of the current pandemic in the light of the events of 1918 one, and not simply relating the history of the two. The questions below will help you focus on elements of this. Personal research, critical thinking, and an essay will be the principal tool for this purpose. You should answer the following questions as you would any college-level academic writing endeavor you produce: with mature, thoughtful prose, correct spelling, and proper punctuation. When necessary, identify the particular pandemic by year.
    The required minimum length of your essay is 1200 words of 12-point, double-spaced text.

    THE ESSAY QUESTIONS:
    Both the 1918 and the 2020 pandemics were caused by viruses. Even though they are a century apart, there are several basic characteristics of them that have presented remarkably similar challenges to medicine. What are they?
    Compare and contrast the responses that national and local governments employed as they wrestled with combatting the 1918 and COVID-19 pandemics. Where are they alike? Where are they different? Where do you think they failed or succeeded? You might want to look on the Internet at studies of three cities: St. Louis, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, and see how they and their civic, medical, and media leaders did (or didn’t) handle the 1918 pandemic on behalf of their citizens, and then find specific instances of national, state and local governments today that demonstrate the same characteristics and the same good or bad leadership. You will not necessarily find all the answers to these in the 1918 videos, since they don’t cover the present, so be prepared to do some sleuthing around online. The Internet is awash with material on today’s ongoing struggle to contain our current pandemic, with reputable news feeds from CNN, MSNBC, and PBS and others, as well as the local network channels, and some authoritative sources like the New York Times, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Dallas County’s Health and Human Services (DCHHS), and other agencies even have dedicated online Coronavirus briefing features you can avail yourself of in your quest for current material.
    Looking back to 1918, and using the context of today’s pandemic, what lessons should we carry forward with regard to the duties of our public officials, as well as our own responsibilities as citizens, when faced with public health crises of this magnitude? Identify examples from both your own experiences with today’s pandemic, and the historical accounts of those faced by Americans in 1918, that illustrate challenging ethical decisions of social responsibility and personal responsibility that people must face in their efforts to live their daily in a society, and those that national, state, and county public health agencies face to uphold their duties to their citizens. Listen very closely to Edna Boone, for instance, and how her small community handled the pandemic. What parallels do you see between their predicament and that of certain socioeconomic groups today, both rural AND urban? You might want to point out your assessment of the role—or lack of it—of government and public agencies in both pandemics as it relates to those two population groups. There’s been a great deal of discussion lately about how “equity” relates to the way the pandemic is being addressed with regard to certain segments of today’s population, so when you listen to Edna talk about her small, rural community, does her experience relate to any equity issues today with regard to how public agencies view addressing (or not addressing) the current pandemic?

    1st Video : https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5l5mtq
    2nd Video :

    Personal Reflection Assignment

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    DescriptionQuestion: Can economic growth be made to mitigate climate change instead of exacerbating it?
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    DescriptionFor this essay, you must use an ecological case study to illustrate and/or critique one of the
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    DescriptionOverview In the case of Lucy v. Zehmer, Zehmer spent the night drinking with his friend Lucy. During the evening, a

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    Required : 1) Revision 2) one page memorandum 3) add a secondary or primary source to draft
    Please follow feedback !!!!! which was :I really like your argument for this essay, and your reasoning makes a lot of sense. What’s missing from the essay is the specific moments from the film that can support your claims. It gets stronger when you discuss Max, I think, but you need to talk about precise details to strengthen this. There are a number of scenes where you could draw on the dialogue of the film. Look at my notes, but think some more about those moments where you were thinking that one character was trying to show they had control over another. It seems that, by the end, you are really arguing that Hollywood has the most control, so you might want to give that part of the essay a little more space. I think you could definitely revise this essay for Essay #3 and make it stronger. We can talk about that if you choose to take that route. SO MAKE CORRECTIONS BASED ON FEEDBACK PROVIDED ABOVE
    Description of Assignment:“Do not expect your first draft to be the finished product,” the MLA Handbook reminds its readers. Successful papers are usually the result of many drafts; while some writers may write slowly and approach a finished draft upon the first sitting, others work in stages—outlining, taking a lot of notes, working in stages and drafting several attempts. Whatever your particular writing style, the more drafts you’re able to craft, the more honed and precise your writing will be. Revising, though, means a great deal more than simply correcting mechanical errors—you will re-vision your work.For this assignment, you will select an essay that you have already written for this class to revise and extend your argument. Choosing either Essay #1 or Essay #2, you will revisit your argument and incorporate two scholarly, secondary sources which support your suggestions. In this essay, you will not simply place quotations in what you’ve already written, but vigorously and substantially extend, rework, and revise your previous draft while incorporating outside research. Digital Option: You may even revise it into another format, entirely. There are academic (somewhat) videos, podcasts, etc., that exist, and you could revise your essay into one of these digital formats.Specifications: Each written paper should be 5-7 pages in length, roughly.No paper should be shorter than 5 full pages.  Digital Option: Videos should run 8-10 minutes; podcasts should run 10-12 minutes. If you have another format in mind, talk to me to work out the parameters. Written papers must be typed, double-spaced, and with MLA format for in-text citations. Include page numbers. Please submit in MS Word or a similar format.  This “paper” should state a compelling and narrow thesis early in the paper. The support for this thesis should come from the text itself and your secondary sources, so be sure to use in-text citations. If you create a digital revision, you

    will still need to be citing these sources and pointing readers to where this information comes from in the texts.  You must include a works cited page for this assignment, providing both primary and secondary source information. If your project doesn’t have a visual component, you can submit a written works cited to me, separately. You must extend the arguments, in some way, that you made in the first draft.  You will hand in a one-page memorandum, detailing why you selected the essay for revision you chose and how you approached the global revision process.Rhetorical Situation:The intended audience for this assignment is a part of the academic community. Imagine that you are writing or communicating to the members of our class. While this includes students, it also includes an instructor. We will have engaged in a great deal of class discussion by the time you submit your project, so be sure to go beyond any close reading we do in class. Further, every member of this class is different from every other member. Choose your tone and word choice accordingly.For the revision, however, your reader will not be familiar with the secondary sources and scholarship that you’ve found. Incorporate this information in a way that your reader will understand and appreciate.Required Supporting Materials: Peer Review Draft with the comments of your peer(s) New, final draft

    Technological Mediation

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    Using Soundtrap and your MIDI controller, create an original composition between 1 and 3 minutes that relates to or was inspired by visual elements (video or still images). Use a DAW of your choosing to create the audio and sync the video elements through Camtasia or another video editing solution.

    Post lab and report

    I need help completing the table and calculations for table 1 and 2 only. I also need help with the lab report and post lab questions. I have included the lab procedure, data. I will include the lab report guidelines as well as the post lab questions.

    child dev 39gexech

    Develop a ProcedureThis assignment speaks to getting results and outcomes:
    Design a procedure to help staff understand the situation as the issue arises again.
    Develop a procedure to provide guidance to fulfill that goal
    Develop a procedure to communicate for action
    OverviewYou will refer to the previous assignment in unit 8.3, where you were told to reflect on: What is the difference between having unwritten rules at home and at work?
    Now that you have stated that problem in unit 8.3, you can continue to create a procedure for it. You may also write a procedure on something else. I caution you NOT to just copy off anywhere because canvas Turnitin will.
    Ask yourself these questions when developing your procedure.
    Is it about a requirement to follow?
    Meal and Snack Times in Preschool Programs (Links to an external site.)
    Is it about a method that should be followed?
    How to write your lesson plan? Children’s end-of-the-year report.
    Admission and Enrollment procedure (Links to an external site.)
    Is it regarding a protocol?
    Talking to media. ( This should be a policy for your program)
    Earthquake Emergency Plan. ( This can be a combination of licensing requirements and your program’s inhouse policy)
    InstructionsTo develop a procedure for staff in your school/ program.
    Step I Background
    Briefly state the background and the problem leading to this procedure to be written. Try to focus on 1 problem at hand. (1-2 sentences)
    Step II Steps to follow (No limitation here)
    What are your instructions on the steps to take, from the beginning to the end?
    Be sure to state who this procedure is for and who is monitoring that the procedure is followed?
    Should you include a timeline in the procedure? Eg. When to submit your application? Where – What floor do we file a grievance on?
    Step III Objective (State in 1 sentence)
    Finally, the objective of this procedure is to identify what is it about.
    e.g. To meet licensing requirements regarding bodies of water in a program (Links to an external site.)
    Submission Guidelines
    Submit your assignment by clicking on the submit assignment at the top. I would suggest that you type your procedure on a word document and cut and press into the rich content editor when you are ready to submit.

    DescriptionOuestion 1 (READ CASE STUDY 1 – Standards Battles and Design Dominance) Using ‘ A Battle Emerging in Mobile Payments’ case study

    DescriptionOuestion 1 (READ CASE STUDY 1 – Standards Battles and
    Design Dominance)
    Using ‘ A Battle Emerging in Mobile Payments’ case study (Schilling, 2017, p67), what do you think will determine which becomes dominant? Using information in the case study a…
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    Reflection Paper Essay

    Slide 11- The Narrator read the Role Play and the other three ladies ladies followed the role play script.
    Introduction of the paper: Student 1 (Breanna)- lead the group, schedule to meet, cohesive would ask opinions of all the group’s members but at times want to control the order the Power Point; Student 2 (Emily)- seemed authoritarian on her style knowing already the group has scheduled to meet she would group text saying when the meeting is and what to where for the presentation; Student 3 (Christine)- speaks her mind, blames everything on her ADHD lacks of concentration (I understand and get it. I work with individuals with mental health, but we cannot look for an excuse to avoid talk; Student 4 (Mirian)- I plug the information in the Power Point- speak her mind, likes to work cohesive but at times don’t like to work in group too many opinions, who is going to be the boss, what needs to be change. I am not perfect and learned years ago to have patience. But with miner differences we all came together as a team to make it happen.

    You also have the Power Point with information you may utilize for the paper and the role play script. Please this is a reflection paper use the questions below.
    _ ______________________________________________________________________________________________
    Administrative Style:
    You recently graduated with your MSW and have accepted a job with your current field
    placement. In fact, you were hired into a middle management position that has prompted you to do some in-depth examination of the following aspects of the agency. –

    Describe the function and services of the agency.
    ? What is the current style of management employed by the agency? -—authoritative style.
    Is described as one that is flexible in nature which encourages people to design their own tasks which doesn’t always fit with every situation.

    ? What is your personal administrative style? Are they congruent with one another? -supporting and understanding of client need. They are not always congruent in that the “business” aspect of being in a facility does not always allow for the client centered approach and understanding the clients’ needs.

    ? What personal strengths and weaknesses are apparent in your self-examination?- strengths include being focused on the clients, being adaptive to the needs of the program and agency (add more) weaknesses—feeling sometimes like the business doesn’t allow for the client’s needs to be met (add more)

    ? What would be your short and long-range priorities?
    ? What would be the immediate challenges for you to tackle in the agency?
    ? How would you use your administrative style and personal strengths to address the immediate challenges?

    Disscusion 10 Leadership

    Northouse (2022) stated, “Servant leaders place the good of followers over their own self-interests, emphasize follower development, and demonstrate strong moral behavior” (p. 254). Based upon the information explored about servant leadership, address the following questions:

    Explain three characteristics of servant leadership and why the identified characteristics are important.
    Explain how a leader can both serve and influence.
    Analyze the impact of culture on servant leadership. Explain how different cultural characteristics, as referenced by Hofstede, may influence the adoption/success of a servant leadership approach.
    Embed course material concepts, principles, and theories (including supporting citations) along with at least two current, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles. You may find that your discussion of leadership characteristics is easily supported with such current scholarly research
    please no outline
    kindly, not copied from other work

    Business Question

    Explain in detail the Wiig’s Knowledge management model. How is the Wiig KM model related to the Nonaka and Takeuchi model? In what important ways do they differ? (2.5 Marks) 400-500 words.
    How do public, private, and shared knowledge differ? What are the implications of managing these different types of knowledge according to the Wiig KM model? Also discuss the four types of knowledge defined by K. Wiig in his Knowledge management model. (2.5 Marks) 250 – 350 Words.
    Q.2:
    Explain in detail various “Tacit Knowledge” capturing methods used by the organizations. (1.5 Marks) 250 – 350 Words.
    Discuss the Strategic Implications of Knowledge Capture and Codification. (1.5 Mark) 150-250 Words.
    Discuss the role of communities of practice in knowledge management? How can organizations cultivate communities of practice? (2 Marks) 300 – 400 words.

  • English Question
    Write a 1,050 -1,400-word paper that describes the potentially important ethical considerations of beneficence, autonomy, and justice for a study (either a study you used for a previous assignment in this course or your proposed dissertation study).Review the instructions for accessing the IRB Application via IRBNet as a resource to address field requirements. Use the point of view of an IRB reviewer, and discuss the ethical dynamics of decisions you have made, even if they are not yet final decisions, related to the:Choice and definition of the caseChoice of theoretical frameworkChoice of types and sources of evidenceChoice of questions to ask or details to observeChoice of data collection techniques and schedulesChoice of data analysis methodsChoice of methods to maximize trustworthinessChoice of methods to safeguard anonymity and confidentiality and to minimize any negative effects of your investigationConsider the implications in each of these areas for the case as a whole, for individual members of the case, for the field of inquiry, and for the eventual audience.Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

    historical critisism

    can you please add details about Illmatic by naz, and the Naz documentary, and how they relate to what I have written. I need 4 academic journal sources which you can list at the end
    The second draft must use a minimum of four credible secondary sources, correctly cited using in-text citations and a full works cited page in MLA style. The sources should include:
    -At least one source dealing with the larger historical and cultural context
    -At least two academic journal articles
    If it’s relevant to your analysis, I encourage you to use the excerpt from The German Ideology by Karl Marx as one of your sources.
    Your second draft should explain the historical and cultural context of your text, and attempt to synthesize your secondary sources in order to build an argument, or central claim, about your text and/or the culture which produced it. You must cite and analyze passages from all four sources and use them to contextualize a close reading of passages from your primary text.
    Questions to consider: what does this text tell us about the struggles, conflicts, and contradictions of the time and place in which it was produced? how does the text attempt to address or respond to these struggles, conflicts, and contradictions? what social beliefs and/or values are embodied, promoted, interrogated, or attacked? what is left out or rendered silent or invisible in the text, and what can we make of this?
    This draft must be at least 1500 words of research and analysis. If you repeat yourself or stretch out your writing artificially, I will remove these passages from my word count. Please submit your second draft some time before class on Monday, April 4th.

    analytical writing compare and contrast social media how it enriches and why has power to ruin our lives

    English Assignment Help you will write about a subject that touches our lives each and every day: social media. I am sure you have all heard both sides of social media debate. Some people think it ruins lives and others think that it has brought people together and fosters relationships like never before.
    I want you to consider some of the compelling reasons why social media can enrich our lives, and also the very real reasons why social media has the power to ruin our lives, too. I am hoping in our discussion we can give each other ideas, meaning you might think of something a classmate did not, and this will spark your research for future weeks on this same topic.
    You can use personal experiences here if you like, just be sure not to give away identities (of friends or family who might not want to be noticed) or any other personal information that may be of concern. Remember, I want you to consider BOTH sides of the story here, so your paragraph should borrow its structure from a COMPARE AND CONTRAST form of development. see attached documents for textbook format information.
    You should write a developed paragraph discussing some of the pros and cons of social media and its implications on our lives today. Use the principles of compare and contrast explained in chapter 12(attached) of your text to guide your planning, revising, and posting of the final paragraph to the discussion board.

    Writing Question(RW)

    In 2 pages address this
    Aging Media Review: Description With this assignment students are asked to critically examine an aging related issue portrayed in the current media and incorporate in their analysis the concepts studied in class. Begin by selecting a media piece from any of the following sources – news or journal article (print or web), podcast, video, audio segment, or a movie. The topic addressed in the media piece must be current and directly related to aging. Examples of age-related issues include physical or mental health, religion and spirituality, death and dying, health care policy and programs, economy, retirement, housing, sexuality, ethics, etc. • Clearly articulate the main idea/issue presented in the original source. Remember that the reader of your assignment is not familiar with the specific media piece you have selected. Therefore, be sure to provide a context/background for your paper by including a succinct description of the most salient points of the original piece (i.e., the nature of the issue, prevalence, implications, solutions, etc.) • Describe how the idea/issue relates to the theories or concepts studied in class. Be very specific in drawing these connections and provide a rationale and examples to support your position. • Describe the significance of the main idea/issue for the lives of older adults and provide a rationale for your position. Specifically, what is the positive impact of the issue on older adults? Equally important, what potential or actual drawbacks can you identify relative to this idea/issue? (Remember, every position has its merits and limitations; try to identify what these are for your selected idea). Explain in detail and with examples (Hint: since most of the points of this assignment pertain to this section, focus on placing most of your paper’s emphasis here) • Identify one area related to the main issue that was not addressed by the media piece but that you would like to explore further. What specifically would you like to learn more about and why? Provide a strong rationale using the concepts studied in class (i.e., explain why it is important to know more about this issue) Follow APA style for writing and formatting your assignment, citations, and references. If you are not familiar with APA, use the resources provided on Blackboard to help you. Prior to uploading your file, give it a name using the following format: AGNG200_LastName_FirstName_FileName. Submit your assignment using SafeAssign on Blackboard no later than 11:59 pm on the specified due date. All late assignments will be subject to the 5% grade penalty described earlier in the section “Policy on Late Assignments”. After you upload your assignment but before you exit the menu, be sure the accurate file was submitted; no re-submissions will be accepted.
    Requirements: 2pages

    I need to write a 1 page essay on the history of wheelchairs. The file I attached is the

    I need to write a 1 page essay on the history of wheelchairs. The file I attached is the information I can only use for this essay. I copied and pasted important information from each link that I would like to be in the essay. But I did include the links to add more information into the essay. I’m only allowed to use the links I provided. I also need a bibliography for the links. Please don’t use too many complicated words, keep it simple and straightforward.

    make code computer media

    You need to submit two files on 2 links :
    1. A word file that contains answers to required questions
    For questions asking to write a code, your answer has to be:
    – a copy of the code (as text not as a screenshot)
    – screenshot of the output
    2. Zipped file contains code.
    The code must end with number 1or 0 like the cat picture and it must e a cat

    Create a Linear Optimization Model using Excel and Solver tool

    Create a working broad Linear Optimization Model from the Case Study provided using Excel and the Solver tool.
    – List out all the constraints.
    – Explain how you got the solution.
    I just want a Linear Optimization model to be created in excel and then calculate its prediction using the Solver tool provided by excel. I also want all the constraints to be listed out and a possible explanation of how you analyzed the model and how you received each formula/solution.
    Please watch this video for a detailed explanation and look especially at the Methods section as that’s how I want the methods for the case study to be listed.

    Also, feel free to use the attached excel sheet to create the Linear Optimization model in it using the Solver tool.

    Complete the Crayfish Heartrate Lab Report

    Complete the Crayfish Heartrate Lab Report. Remember that you are not to present raw data. You should be calculating averages of the change in heartrate for a particular treatment over all of the specimens for which you have data that fits that particular treatment. For example, find the difference in heartrate between the baseline and the serotonin treatment for all specimens that were treated with serotonin. Take an average of the change in heartrate over all of those specimens and report that number in your table. Make sure that you also report the number of specimens used to calculate each average.

    Topic: The Arrest Policies Project Program in Greenville, Mississippi (** This was just a topic of interest). The assignments

    Topic: The Arrest Policies Project Program in Greenville, Mississippi

    (** This was just a topic of interest).

    The assignments in this course build on one another to culminate in your Program Evaluation Plan. In order to plan a program evaluation, we must first understand the program and the needs of the population served. You may use the elements in bold below as headings in your paper. For this assignment, you will compose a 3 to 4-page paper (paper MUST be in APA) with the following components:

    · Identify and describe a criminal justice program in your community (you may use the program described in Discussion Post #2).

    · What is the mission of the program and the specific population served?

    · What services does this program provide?

    · In what way does this particular program address a significant need in the community? Make sure to cite the relevant information source to support the need for the program.

    · In what way(s) would the program benefit from an evaluation?

    · What are some ethical considerations in the planning and implementation of this program evaluation?

    · If you were hired as an external evaluator to evaluate this program, what are some initial steps you would take to plan this evaluation?

    The Rubric for Assignment 1 (Evaluation Framework Paper)

    Criteria: Effectively selects a relevant criminal justice program in the community, with accurate descriiptions of the program, services provided, the community impact of the program, and the theoretical basis of the program.

    0-2 points- A program is introduced; however, is not relevant to the field of criminal justice, and/or is not described in sufficient detail.

    3-5 points -A relevant program is selected and supported; however, is not described in sufficient detail to best understand the purpose, function, and impact of the program. The theory behind the program is briefly described.

    6-8 points-A relevant program is introduced and described in sufficient detail so that it is clear the student has a solid understanding of the program, including its purpose, function, and impact in the community. The theoretical basis for the program is explained in detail.

    Criteria: Effectively outline a program evaluation at the chosen site, including potential benefits of an evaluation, evaluation model best suited for the program, ethical considerations relevant to the specific site, and initial steps to plan the evaluation.

    0-1 points: Paper does not address and/or does not describe in sufficient detail the benefits of the evaluation, an appropriate evaluation model, ethical considerations, and initial steps to plan the evaluation.

    2-3 points: Paper contains relevant information regarding the benefits of the evaluation, an appropriate evaluation model, ethical considerations, and initial steps to plan the evaluation, but does not describe these in sufficient detail.

    4 points: Paper presents a clear and descriiptive outline for the evaluation, including strong support for the benefits of the evaluation, the proposed model to be used, ethical consideration, and initial steps to plan the evaluation.

    Criteria for APA: Adheres to APA format; well-written.

    0-1 points: Multiple errors in APA format; errors from previous papers not corrected in subsequent papers. Writing poorly edited; awkward construction and/or poor flow of ideas.

    2-3 points: Some APA errors. Writing shows evidence of self-editing with some construction and/or flow problems.

    4 points: Accurate use of APA format with minimal errors. Coherent development of the ideas using well-formed sentences and flowing paragraphs.

    HR Homework

    Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.
    Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.
    Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.
    All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

    M g t 4 0 2 (as2)

    Entrepreneurship and Small Business
    ASSIGNMENT -2 Submission Date by students:Before the end of Week- 11th
    Place of Submission: Students Grade Centre
    Weight: 10 Marks
    Learning Outcome:
    Utilize strong analytical skills and tools to formulate an effective Bootstrap Marketing Plan on which a small business can build a competitive edge in the market place. (Lo 1.8).
    Deliver and communicate marketing massages in coherent and professional manner. (Lo 4.4).
    Assignment Workload:
    This assignment is an individual assignment.

    CRITICAL WRITING
    The founder of Almarai is HH Prince Sultan Bin Mohammed Bin Saudi Al Kabeer who recognized the potential to transform the traditional dairy farming in Saudi Arabia in order to meet the needs of a growing domestic market. Numerous agricultural projects were developed under his guidance to achieve the objective of the company. Almarai stepped into the market with the processing of fresh milk and laban into the modern dairy farms.
    The Company has invested heavily in technologically advanced production facilities and recruiting the right person for the right job. Almarai is considered to be the second and the larger Central Processing Plant with a new cheese plant along with it. On a daily basis, Almarai is capable of serving high quality and hygienic products to more than 43,500 customers within the GCC countries. In 2007, Almarai entered the bakery products market by acquiring Jeddah-based Western Bakeries. Two years later, Almarai started the construction of a new bakery facility in Al Kharj. In the same year, Almarai established a joint venture with Chipita and Olayan Finance Company under the name of the Modern Company Industries to launch 7DAYS brand.
    In 2009, Almarai added poultry products to its portfolio through the acquisition of Hail Agricultural Development Company (HADCO). After investing in an excellent production facility, Almarai launched the new premium poultry brand – Alyoum. During the same year, Almarai made acquisition with Mead Johnson Nutrition to form a 50-50 joint venture known as the International Pediatric Nutrition Company (IPNC).
    In 2010, Almarai entered the infant nutrition market with the construction of the region’s first infant nutrition plant at Al-Kharj. Recognizing that the best way forward involves working with acknowledged experts in this field, Almarai formed the International Pediatric Nutrition Company (IPNC), Almarai has recently acquired the entire project and now offers its products under the brands Nura.
    The success of Almarai is because of its unique infrastructure, which includes farms, dairy, juice and bakery processing plants and also determined by the marketing and distribution expertise, all of which are working towards delivering a quality product to the consumer.
    Product / Services Details
    Juices: Almarai always uses the best fruit to make the juices that the customers love. It maintains good balance between good health and great taste. Mixed Fruit, Strawberry, Alphonso Mango, Orange with Pulp, Orange, Orange and Carrot, Apple, Mango, Mango Mixed Fruit, Fruit Cocktail, Mixed Berry, lemon with Mint, Guava with Pulp.
    Home Snacks: Snacks products are the tastier and the simple one which would give relishing taste. Tinned Cheese, Butter, Ghee, Mozzarella Cheese, Feta Cheese, Whipping Cream, Tomato Paste.
    Yoghurts and Desserts: Pure and calcium-rich favourites for the entire family. Desserts are made from 100% natural, fresh cow’s milk. Yoghurt, Fresh Cream, Labneh, Layered fruit Yoghurt, Stirred Fruit Yoghurt, Sterilized Cream, Desserts.
    Culinary Products: Almarai provides the tastiest cheeses, and richest creams which makes mother’s work easy in the kitchen. Cream Jar Mix, Cheddar Jar Cheese, Sliced Cheese, Square Cheese Portions, Block Cheddar, Halloumi Cheese.
    Dairy Liquids: There is a complete range of delicious laban and milk based dairy products for the entire family. Fresh laban, Fresh Milk, Flavoured Fresh Milk, UHT Milk, Evaporated Milk, Advanced Nutrition.
    Kids Products: Kids products prove to be a fun and a healthy bunch for kids. Triangled Cheese, UHT Flavored Milk, Zady Drinking Yoghurt, Zady Flavored Yoghurt, Zady Jelly Custard, Zady Fruit Dairy Snack.
    Almarai ensures that all its products are properly packed and refrigerated in proper temperatures so that the products maintain its fresh nature and quality. Liquid products are transported in those transports which has refrigerator facility so that it does not get spoiled by over time. Almarai mainly emphasis on quality. Packaging is done in a very clear and uncluttered way so that it is easily recognizable. The company distributes its products annually which covers more than 110 million kilometres in delivering dairy, juice, bakery and poultry products reaching up to 43,500 customers across six GCC states.
    Almarai has long-haul fleet which transports raw milk from dairy farms to the Central Processing Plants and then it transports the finished goods from the production site to different designated sales locations. Almarai reaches to more than 42,000 shops within the GCC countries on daily basis. It ensures that the products are properly packed with appropriate temperatures for different products. The transports are specially designed so that the products are not spoiled and last for longer time.
    Almarai transports the finished to small grocery stores and supermarkets. Almarai enjoys increasing incomes and demands that come from supermarkets where one shop for one’s weekly requirement in a single visit.
    Critical Questions.
    Conduct a SWOT analysis for Almarai based on the information given. (2.5 Marks)
    Examine the 4 P’s of Almarai based on the information given. (2.5 Marks)
    Critically analyze the competitive structure of the organization. (2.5 Marks)
    Critically evaluate the product portfolio of Almarai along its USP (Unique selling prepositions). (2.5 Marks)

    The Answer must follow the outline points below:
    Each answer should be within 300 to 500 range of word counts.
    Reference
    Note: You can support your answer by the course book.
    You can use secondary source available on internet.

    English Question

    The lipid panel of a blood test measures the total cholesterol in blood. This consists of the four types of lipids in blood, which include those considered as “good” and “bad” cholesterol. Besides, the body stores excess calories by creating triacylglycerols, which are stored in fat cells. The amounts of lipids in the human body are very important since researchers suggest that saturated fats and cholesterol are associated with diseases. Prepare a research paper in MLA style (at least three pages long and two reliable sources, including the textbook and LIRN) on the following topic:
    “Types of lipids, their structures, functions in the body, and health effects”

    according to the teacher feedback: Question 2: the answer is a no, unless you are sure that someone with

    according to the teacher feedback:

    Question 2: the answer is a no, unless you are sure that someone with learning difficulties is actually going to be one of your interviewees.
    Question 4: again, another no, unless you are targeting children, sick patients in hospitals etc as interviewees. Minority groups providing basic needs to their families are not vulnerable groups.
    Question 10: again, answer must be no. You will be very careful to avoid that any harm would be caused to you and others by for example avoiding venues where there is the risk that accidents might occur or any issue of safety would make it too risky for you and others to meet your interviewees there (by for example meeting a particular respondent in safe environment or online).

    Public Health Question

    A Health Risk Assessment (HRA) form allows a private insurer in Saudi Arabia to assess an individual’s health and lifestyle. You have been tasked with drafting a memo to the CEO addressing how an HRA could help your insurance company. Be sure to address the following components:
    Frequency and purpose of an HRA;
    Examples of questions asked on an HRA;
    The impact of an HRA on risk and premium cost;
    Negative implications of HRAs on those with chronic illness; and
    Best practices involving HRAs.
    Your memo should meet the following structural requirements:
    The memo should be 4-5 pages in length, not including the cover sheet and reference page.
    Formatted according to APA and Saudi Electronic University writing standards.
    Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of four scholarly articles. Two of these sources may be from the class readings, textbook, or lectures, but two must be external. The Saudi Digital Library is a good place to find these references.

  • English Question
    Description
    Family of Origin Paper
    Ellipsis Vertical
    Explain your family of origin in a 2 to 3 page short essay response. Use sociological terminology appropriately as part of your answer. Use APA format including in-text citations and references.
    What type of family did you grow up in? How do you think growing up in your family affected your social development? Tie your response to what you have learned in the textbook about how families affect social development and also include 2 other credible academic resources. I am expecting a paper that blends academic knowledge about family development and includes your personal insights from your own experiences.

    help me with my tax memo please

    I need help with my Tax memo for my Taxation class. The details consist of:
    -Prepare a tax research memo addressing the question that has been raised.Please note that if the tax memo isnot in the required format and/or contains very little analysis you will receive a zero (0) for the assignment. Allgood faith efforts are capable of receiving a minimum of 60% but less than a good faith effort will be awarded zeropoints.
    -You will need to support your conclusion using primary sources of tax law. Your textbook is NOT primary authoritynor are IRS Publications. Please refer to Chapter 2 for primary authorities. CCH AnswerConnect is not a primaryauthority, nor is Google Scholar nor are any other websites you may access. The primary authorities are legislative,administrative and judicial. I will attach the Chapter 2 for primary authorities in the thread.
    I HAVE ATTACHED EXAMPLES OF THE MEMOS
    -You must use proper citation form in your memo (see Chapter 2 for help with citation form). The form for thiscommunication should be professional and in the form of a tax research memo (examples posted on Canvas and asimilar example in your textbook). You will see that citations are within the text of the document in the example.Once a court case has been cited in full, it can be referred to using simply the name in italics.
    -This memo should be whatever length you feel is appropriate to resolve the issues. We do NOT use a bibliographyor list of references in a tax research memo. We do not include Background in a tax memo. The Background isprovided so you can identify the facts.

    it should be based on this client:
    Background: Your client, George’s Mission Bay Island, Inc. (“GMBI”) has approached you for some tax advice about how to handle some new items on the income tax return for the business. GMBI is an S corporation. There is only one shareholder and the corporation has a calendar year end. The business uses the same records for books that are used for tax (the accounting records to do not conform to GAAP). The average gross receipts for the past three (3) years has been $10 million. GMBI uses the cash method for income tax purposes. Whenever possible GMBI is seeking to maximize expenses and minimize income each year – timing strategy. The shareholder of GMBI understands in 2021 it may be worthwhile to defer expenses to 2022 and accelerate income to 2021 in case income tax rates increase but the shareholder wants to maximize deductions in 2021 and minimize taxable income in 2021.
    GMBI leases plots to Recreational Vehicle(“RV”) owners. During 2021 GMBI purchased some RVs from former lessees and refurbished the RVs and plans to resell them. It purchased five (5) RVs in 2021 and sold three (3) RVs from the initial purchase of the five (5) RVs in 2021, so that at the end of 2021 there were two (2) RVs that remain unsold. GMBI purchased the materials for the refurbishment from external suppliers. The refurbished RVs each sell for $200,000 and originally cost GMBI $70,000. The cost of supplies to refurbish each RV is $15,000, i.e. total cost in 2021 of $75,000. GMBI finances the sale to their customers with a promissory note with an interest rate of 8%, with a required 20% down payment and equal instalments of the remaining 80% of 20% for each of the next four (4) years, i.e. for the RVs sold in 2021 GMBI received 20% of the $200,000 for each of the three (3) RVs in 2021 with another 20% (plus 8% interest) in 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2025. The promissory is $160,000 plus 8% interest for each RV that was sold in 2021.
    GMBI needs advice for the following for the 2021 income tax year:
    1. What is the income tax treatment for the deduction of the costs of the supplies associated with the refurbishment of the RVs? How much of the $15,000 supply cost for each RV will GMBI deduct in 2021?
    2. What is the income tax treatment for the sale of the refurbished RVs? How much sales revenue will GMBI recognize for the sale of the three (3) RVs in 2021?
    3. Would it make a difference to the answer in #2 if GMBI did not receive a promissory note from the customer and instead made the sale agreement with the same terms of 20% down payment and 20% (plus 8% interest) for the next four years?
    You research should consider the following (but it is not an exhaustive list):
    IRC §61
    Regs §1.61-1(a)
    IRC §448(a)
    IRC §448(c)
    Regs §1.448-1
    Regs §1.448-2(c)
    IRC §471(a)
    IRC §471(c)
    Regs §1.471-1

    Your responsibility: Prepare a tax research memo addressing the question that has been raised. Please note that if the tax memo is not in the required format and/or contains very little analysis you will receive a zero (0) for the assignment. All good faith efforts are capable of receiving a minimum of 60% but less than a good faith effort will be awarded zero points.
    You will need to support your conclusion using primary sources of tax law. Your textbook is NOT primary authority nor are IRS Publications. Please refer to Chapter 2 for primary authorities. CCH AnswerConnect is not a primary authority, nor is Google Scholar nor are any other websites you may access. The primary authorities are legislative, administrative and judicial.
    You must use proper citation form in your memo (see Chapter 2 for help with citation form). The form for this communication should be professional and in the form of a tax research memo (examples posted on Canvas and a similar example in your textbook). You will see that citations are within the text of the document in the example. Once a court case has been cited in full, it can be referred to using simply the name in italics.
    Do yourself a favor and look at the grading rubric before you submit.
    This memo should be whatever length you feel is appropriate to resolve the issues. We do NOT use a bibliography or list of references in a tax research memo. We do not include Background in a tax memo. The Background is provided so you can identify the facts.
    You are required to INDIVIDUALLY prepare this document. Please upload your memo to Canvas before the due date and time. TurnitIn will be used to check for plagiarism. Late assignments are not accepted.
    The grading rubric for Tax memos is posted in Canvas. For this assignment, points are distributed as follows:
    Aspects of the memo. Points
    Content – facts and issue(s) 16
    Content – analysis 30
    Content – conclusion 14
    Organization 8
    Audience 8
    Style 8
    Mechanics 8
    Referencing 8
    Total 100

    I WILL ATTACH EXAMPLES OF STUDENTS IN THE THREAD TO HELP.

    The rubric:
    Tax memo rubric
    Tax memo rubric
    CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent – Facts and issuesAll pertinent facts and issues have been described in a clear and concise manner. Distinguishing features of the fact pattern are highlighted.
    16 ptsFull Marks
    14 ptsGood
    13 ptsFair
    Most critical facts and issues identified and communicated. Some unessential facts included.
    11 ptsNeeds work
    10 ptsPoor
    Critical facts and issues omitted or substantial unessential facts and issues included. Unable to apply or distinguish from other possible fact patterns or facts are merely copied from case.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    16 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent – AnalysisAll necessary references to authority have been made. Authority which could apply but does not has been distinguished from that which does. The analysis follows a logical pattern of application to the facts and supports author’s conclusion.
    30 ptsFull Marks
    All necessary references to authority have been made. Authority which could apply but does not has been distinguished from that which does. The analysis follows a logical pattern of application to the facts and supports author’s conclusion.
    27 ptsGood
    24 ptsFair
    Analysis is incomplete or one-sided. Most relevant authority has been identified. Analysis is not perfectly logical or does not support issue stated.
    21 ptsNeeds work
    18 ptsPoor
    Analysis is deficient in reference to authoritative tax law. Analysis lacks cohesion and does not support conclusion. Analysis relies on secondary sources when primary sources exist.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    30 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent – ConclusionConclusion is clear and integrates with facts and analysis. More than a simple sentence stating conclusion. Cause and effect relationship between facts and analysis are made. All open issues are responded to. Conclusion drawn is correct.
    14 ptsFull Marks
    13 ptsGood
    11 ptsFair
    Conclusion fails to tie analysis and facts together. Some conclusions made as part of analysis instead of in conclusion.
    10 ptsNeeds work
    8 ptsPoor
    Conclusion is unclear and unsupported by analysis. Reader is not able to form educated opinion on tax treatment of facts pattern. Conclusion is a simple sentence stating conclusion.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    14 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganizationPaper flows well with appropriate beginning, development, and conclusion. Paragraph structure contributes to flow and transitions. Organization and/or headings help the reader to understand and remember information.
    8 ptsFull Marks
    Paper flows well with appropriate beginning, development, and conclusion. Paragraph structure contributes to flow and transitions. Organization and/or headings help the reader to understand and remember information.
    7 ptsGood
    6 ptsFair
    Paper follows logical sequence with identifiable beginning, development, and conclusion. Generally proper use of paragraph structure and topic sentences. Organization and/or headings help the reader to follow and find information.
    5 ptsNeeds work
    4 ptsPoor
    Paper lacks logical sequence hence causing format to interfere with readability. Does not use proper paragraphing. Topic sentences do not lead to rest of paragraph or are missing altogether.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    8 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAudienceWriter clearly focuses writing to the audience, and displays empathy for the reader. Goodwill is created through consideration of the reader’s needs. Message tailored directly for the reader
    8 ptsFull Marks
    Writer clearly focuses writing to the audience, and displays empathy for the reader. Goodwill is created through consideration of the reader’s needs. Message tailored directly for the reader
    7 ptsGood
    6 ptsFair
    Writer acknowledges the reader and displays some thought about the nature of the audience. Reader is treated politely and positively. No evidence of inappropriate attitude.
    5 ptsNeeds work
    4 ptsPoor
    Writer is internally focused rather than focused on the reader. No clear awareness or understanding of the audience is evident. Writer may appear discourteous to the reader.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    8 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyleDemonstrates a sophisticated grasp of the language in terms of both sentence structure and vocabulary. Writes fluidly and concisely. Includes appropriate business terms.
    8 ptsFull Marks
    Demonstrates a sophisticated grasp of the language in terms of both sentence structure and vocabulary. Writes fluidly and concisely. Includes appropriate business terms.
    7 ptsGood
    6 ptsFair
    Sentences vary in length and style. Strong action verbs are used. Occasionally uses jargon or clichés. Vocabulary and word usage generally is correct and shows some variety. Uses business terms appropriately.
    5 ptsNeeds work
    4 ptsPoor
    Overuse of simple sentences. May misuse words or idioms. May include slang. Wordy rather than concise. Writing shows lack of sophistication or variety in vocabulary. Awkward. Little or no use of business terms.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    8 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanicsNo errors in word usage, sentence structure (run-ons, fragments), spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. Strong mechanics help to establish credibility.
    8 ptsFull Marks
    No errors in word usage, sentence structure (run-ons, fragments), spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. Strong mechanics help to establish credibility.
    7 ptsGood
    6 ptsFair
    Relatively free of errors in word usage, sentence structure (run-ons, fragments), spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. Mechanics do not detract from credibility of the content.
    5 ptsNeeds work
    4 ptsPoor
    Significant errors in word usage, sentence structure (run-ons, fragments), spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. Errors undermine credibility of content and readability.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    8 pts
    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferencingReferences (if called for) are consistently correct. No missing citations.
    8 ptsFull Marks
    References (if called for) are consistently correct. No missing citations.
    7 ptsGood
    6 ptsFair
    Generally correct referencing (if called for).
    5 ptsNeeds work
    4 ptsPoor
    References (if called for) are missing or do not use correct referencing style.
    0 ptsLittle or no effort
    Does not meet minimum requirements for effort
    8 pts
    Total Points: 100

    ATTACHMENTS

    1. a. Mentions the different materials used in fabricating machine tools.( turning /milling/drilling machines)

    English Assignment Help b. describe the benefits of each material mentioned in part (a) and the role they play.
    c. mention their mechanical and physical properties for each material
    d. mention about its economic, safety, repair and maintenance and durability.
    e. Based on above points, mention which materials you think is more suitable and why?

    Question and answer

    Delineate the difference between disparate treatment and disparate impact? Give an example of each
    How can/should companies protect themselves from supervisors dating employees. Give an example.
    Why is culture important to a company? What is HR’s role in promoting culture and employee engagement? Discuss Menlo Innovations approach to culture.
    Should Uber/Lyft drivers and other “gig workers” be treated as employees or independent contractors (or something else)? Why?
    Discuss the gender wage gap. What is it? Why does it exist? What is being (or can be) done to correct it?
    Identify some dysfunctionalities in the hiring process in most companies. What changes do you recommend?
    Answer the following questions and make sure to cite the answers if online source was used. Do not use Chegg or course hero to answer the questions.

    English Question

    Write a 1,050 -1,400-word paper that describes the potentially important ethical considerations of beneficence, autonomy, and justice for a study (either a study you used for a previous assignment in this course or your proposed dissertation study).Review the instructions for accessing the IRB Application via IRBNet as a resource to address field requirements. Use the point of view of an IRB reviewer, and discuss the ethical dynamics of decisions you have made, even if they are not yet final decisions, related to the:Choice and definition of the caseChoice of theoretical frameworkChoice of types and sources of evidenceChoice of questions to ask or details to observeChoice of data collection techniques and schedulesChoice of data analysis methodsChoice of methods to maximize trustworthinessChoice of methods to safeguard anonymity and confidentiality and to minimize any negative effects of your investigationConsider the implications in each of these areas for the case as a whole, for individual members of the case, for the field of inquiry, and for the eventual audience.Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

    English Question

    In 2 pages address this
    Aging Media Review: Description
    With this assignment students are asked to critically examine an aging related issue portrayed in
    the current media and incorporate in their analysis the concepts studied in class. Begin by
    selecting a media piece from any of the following sources – news or journal article (print or web),
    podcast, video, audio segment, or a movie. The topic addressed in the media piece must be
    current and directly related to aging. Examples of age-related issues include physical or mental
    health, religion and spirituality, death and dying, health care policy and programs, economy,
    retirement, housing, sexuality, ethics, etc.
    • Clearly articulate the main idea/issue presented in the original source. Remember that the
    reader of your assignment is not familiar with the specific media piece you have selected.
    Therefore, be sure to provide a context/background for your paper by including a succinct
    description of the most salient points of the original piece (i.e., the nature of the issue,
    prevalence, implications, solutions, etc.)
    • Describe how the idea/issue relates to the theories or concepts studied in class. Be very
    specific in drawing these connections and provide a rationale and examples to support your
    position.
    • Describe the significance of the main idea/issue for the lives of older adults and provide a
    rationale for your position. Specifically, what is the positive impact of the issue on older
    adults? Equally important, what potential or actual drawbacks can you identify relative to
    this idea/issue? (Remember, every position has its merits and limitations; try to identify what
    these are for your selected idea). Explain in detail and with examples (Hint: since most of the
    points of this assignment pertain to this section, focus on placing most of your paper’s
    emphasis here)
    • Identify one area related to the main issue that was not addressed by the media piece but
    that you would like to explore further. What specifically would you like to learn more about
    and why? Provide a strong rationale using the concepts studied in class (i.e., explain why it is
    important to know more about this issue)
    Follow APA style for writing and formatting your assignment, citations, and references. If you
    are not familiar with APA, use the resources provided on Blackboard to help you. Prior to
    uploading your file, give it a name using the following format:
    AGNG200_LastName_FirstName_FileName. Submit your assignment using SafeAssign on
    Blackboard no later than 11:59 pm on the specified due date. All late assignments will be subject
    to the 5% grade penalty described earlier in the section “Policy on Late Assignments”. After you
    upload your assignment but before you exit the menu, be sure the accurate file was submitted; no
    re-submissions will be accepted.

    For this essay, you will write a 5 paragraph essay. The topics to address for this essay relate to

    For this essay, you will write a 5 paragraph essay.
    The topics to address for this essay relate to what has been learned about students who have social issues or behavior problems through the videos given. The attached pdf gives directions on what should be in each paragraph and gives links to the videos that can be used. Outside videos are also allowed.

    Management Question

    Avoid plagiarism. avoid matching
    using APA style references
    All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font.
    read the assignment instructions.
    The Assignment must beWORD format
    Please follow the assignment instructions.
    Note: Each part in Q1 and Q2 must be at-least supported by two peer reviewed journal references.

    Wordle game

    Always Win at Wordle!
    Wordle is a game where players try to guess a mystery 5-letter word in 6 guesses or less. The game lets the player know if a letter is in the correct position (green square), in the word but in an incorrect position (yellow square) or not in the word at all (grey square). Players use this information to create their next guess as they narrow it down to the mystery word.
    There are roughly 13,000 5-letter words in the English language, but only 2,309 are possible answers in the game. More obscure 5-letter words are excluded. I will provide you a file with all 2,309 possible answers.
    Your assignment is to develop this file into a tool that a Wordle player can use to ALWAYS WIN AT WORDLE! Add some formulas to the file and make use of the sorting, filtering, and other features of Excel to develop it into a “cheater tool.”Everyone must download this file Download download this file and develop it into their own tool. You can share ideas, but the tool must be your own creation. This assignment has 2 parts:Part I: Tool and Instructions
    After you have built your tool, test it on the daily Wordle game here: https://www.nytimes.com/games/wordle/index.html (Links to an external site.)
    All old Wordle puzzles have been archived so you may find it useful to test your tool on many puzzles by using this site: https://www.devangthakkar.com/wordle_archive/ (Links to an external site.)
    When you’re happy with your tool, create a set of clear instructions for the Wordle player. The instructions must contain the following:
    1. Tell the Wordle player what to guess for the first word.
    2. Tell the Wordle player how to record the results of each guess in your tool.
    3. Tell the Wordle player how to use the tool to create the next guess.
    I will randomly select 3 words from the list to test your instructions and cheater tool 3 times. If I use your tool to solve each Wordle in 6 guesses or less then you earn 10/10 points for Part I.
    Here’s a couple articles that might help: Wordle Strategies and Tips (Links to an external site.) and A Collection of the Best Wordle Tips and Tricks (Links to an external site.)
    Part II: Methodology and Reflection
    1. Project Methodology (100-200 words): Describe your thought process. Where did you start? What did you do next? What steps did you take to complete this project? Why did you make the decisions you did?
    2. Project Reflection (100-200 words): Reflect on this project. You can write about things such as what you found challenging, what you enjoyed, which part of the project gave you the most trouble, how would you approach this project differently next time, what you would change about this project, or any other thoughtful reflection on your work.
    Part II is worth 10 points.
    Make sure to submit these 4 items:
    1. Your Wordle Tool
    2. Instructions to use your Wordle Tool
    3. Project Methodology
    4. Project Reflection

    -article based references, Vancouver style with numbering comparing rotational motion and receprocational motion of endodontic files and their effect

    -article based references, Vancouver style with numbering
    comparing rotational motion and receprocational motion of endodontic files and their effect on the amount of apically extruded debris , like a discussion in a dissertation , mentioning the reasoning behind each motion and why its better than the other motion

    for a revenue management MSc class PS. will be submitted on turnit

    I need to prepare a brief and concise proposal for
    by designing the research agenda. The project should primarily be directly related to a revenue
    management topic (Hospitality aka hotels).
    will submit their ideas in writing.
    • are required to submit a written proposal for their research project
    (maximum 5 pages excluding cover page, appendices and references, APA ref).
    • The proposal should include the following components:
    o Background Introduction, research gap and motivation of research
    o Research Objectives / Question(s)
    o Proposed Methodology (i.e. data collection/ sampling and data analysis)
    o Expected Implications

    Source on how to write a research proposal: https://pressbooks.bccampus.ca/jibcresearchmethods/chapter/14-3-componentsof-a-research-proposal/

    Topic for ideas

    Hotel Revenue Management Approach
    some sources in relation to hotel revenue management approach:

    Zhang, M.,

    Qualitative Methods: Phenomenological approach and discursive approach

    DescriptionTwo questions each 400 words each. Please read the attached supporting document to answer the questions as this has the case study and the references to documents you MUST use. You will need to look up the second reference as it is an excel table…
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    The Challenge of Translating English Idioms into Arabic: Examination of the Translation of Idioms in Modern Novels.

    DescriptionMy subject area is Translation studies, THE TOPIC IS MAINLY ABOUT The Challenge of translating English Idioms into Arabic: Examination of the Translation of Idioms in Modern Novels my subject area is IN TRANSLATION STUDIES. I really need a perfect…
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    i want a term paper about this topic, the manual is a big source for the paper, more sources

    i want a term paper about this topic,
    the manual is a big source for the paper, more sources are preferable.
    i want to expand it later to be a master’s research so if you can make it specific and more detailed it’ll be appreciated.

    (( i want to write about how engineers after the concept always makes changes to the architectural concept and drawings which can delay and change the concept sometimes or make it defect. and how i can minimize that process or make it better and efficient without going into that process circle again)).

    i want an introduction, lit review, methodology and questions ( no need for answers ill conduct the survey later on ) and a conclusion
    ( if i can have the introduction early it will be better and i can expand the deadline :))

    *** the graph is for the new improved process of the whole design and decision making****

    any questions ill be here to answer

    Lab #4 – Fun in the Shower Put a ceramic mug and a metal pot or dish in the

    Lab #4 – Fun in the Shower

    Put a ceramic mug and a metal pot or dish in the freezer and wait for a half hour….

    Now get the shower going as hot as it will go; really steam up the bathroom. Keep the fan off and the bathroom door closed. After the bathroom is good and steamy take the cold items from your freezer into the bathroom. What do you observe in terms of condensation? How does the condensation on the ceramic mug compare with the condensation on the metal pot?

    Now try it with the ceramic mug and metal pot starting at room temperature.

    Now try it with the ceramic mug and metal pot after they have been heated up in the oven at 300 degrees for a half hour.

    Lab reports must include four parts: hypothesis (a statement of the specific things you expect to happen in the experiment), method (a detailed descriiption of what you did), data

  • English Question
    In 2 pages address this
    Aging Media Review: Description
    With this assignment students are asked to critically examine an aging related issue portrayed in
    the current media and incorporate in their analysis the concepts studied in class. Begin by
    selecting a media piece from any of the following sources – news or journal article (print or web),
    podcast, video, audio segment, or a movie. The topic addressed in the media piece must be
    current and directly related to aging. Examples of age-related issues include physical or mental
    health, religion and spirituality, death and dying, health care policy and programs, economy,
    retirement, housing, sexuality, ethics, etc.
    • Clearly articulate the main idea/issue presented in the original source. Remember that the
    reader of your assignment is not familiar with the specific media piece you have selected.
    Therefore, be sure to provide a context/background for your paper by including a succinct
    description of the most salient points of the original piece (i.e., the nature of the issue,
    prevalence, implications, solutions, etc.)
    • Describe how the idea/issue relates to the theories or concepts studied in class. Be very
    specific in drawing these connections and provide a rationale and examples to support your
    position.
    • Describe the significance of the main idea/issue for the lives of older adults and provide a
    rationale for your position. Specifically, what is the positive impact of the issue on older
    adults? Equally important, what potential or actual drawbacks can you identify relative to
    this idea/issue? (Remember, every position has its merits and limitations; try to identify what
    these are for your selected idea). Explain in detail and with examples (Hint: since most of the
    points of this assignment pertain to this section, focus on placing most of your paper’s
    emphasis here)
    • Identify one area related to the main issue that was not addressed by the media piece but
    that you would like to explore further. What specifically would you like to learn more about
    and why? Provide a strong rationale using the concepts studied in class (i.e., explain why it is
    important to know more about this issue)
    Follow APA style for writing and formatting your assignment, citations, and references. If you
    are not familiar with APA, use the resources provided on Blackboard to help you. Prior to
    uploading your file, give it a name using the following format:
    AGNG200_LastName_FirstName_FileName. Submit your assignment using SafeAssign on
    Blackboard no later than 11:59 pm on the specified due date. All late assignments will be subject
    to the 5% grade penalty described earlier in the section “Policy on Late Assignments”. After you
    upload your assignment but before you exit the menu, be sure the accurate file was submitted; no
    re-submissions will be accepted.

    Econ homework

    1. Draw a diagram of a surplus. Be sure to LABEL the quantity demanded, quantity supplied, and the surplus or shortage. (Hint: your diagram should look like the one on slide 36 of the PPT presentation)
    **Please draw your own diagram (don’t copy and paste one from the internet).
    2. Draw a diagram of a shortage. Be sure to LABEL the quantity demanded, quantity supplied, and the surplus or shortage.
    3. In your own words, briefly explain (one sentence) what an inferior good is and provide an obvious example.
    4. In your own words, briefly explain (one sentence) what a normal good is and provide an obvious example
    5. Use a supply and demand diagram to show what will happen in the market for puppy food as spring arrives and more puppies are born.
    Please draw the graph by hand (do not copy and paste) and upload a picture to this question.
    *****************************************************************************
    Be sure to label:
    price axis, quantity axis
    demand curve, supply curve
    original equilibrium point (q1 and p1)
    new supply OR demand curve
    new equilibrium point (q2 and p2)
    arrows on the axes showing what happened to the quantity and price
    *Please graph the FIRST thing that will happen in the market – only shift one curve.
    Your graphs should look similar to the graph below but show what is happening in the scenario.
    6. Use a supply and demand diagram to show what will happen in the market for sunscreen if an ingredient used to make sunscreen is banned by the FDA.
    Please draw the graph by hand (do not copy and paste) and upload a picture to this question.
    ******************************************************************************
    Be sure to label:
    price axis, quantity axis
    demand curve, supply curve
    original equilibrium point (q1 and p1)
    new supply OR demand curve
    new equilibrium point (q2 and p2)
    arrows on the axes showing what happened to the quantity and price
    *Please graph the FIRST thing that will happen in the market – only shift one curve.
    Your graphs should look similar to the graph below but show what is happening in the scenario.
    7. Use a supply and demand diagram to show what will happen in the market for peanuts if more people develop nut allergies.
    Please draw the graph by hand (do not copy and paste) and upload a picture to this question.
    *****************************************************************************
    Be sure to label:
    price axis, quantity axis
    demand curve, supply curve
    original equilibrium point (q1 and p1)
    new supply OR demand curve
    new equilibrium point (q2 and p2)
    arrows on the axes showing what happened to the quantity and price
    *Please graph the FIRST thing that will happen in the market – only shift one curve.
    Your graphs should look similar to the graph below but show what is happening in the scenario.
    8. Use a supply and demand diagram to show what will happen in the market for cotton if the government begins to subsidize cotton farmers (gives them money).
    Please draw the graph by hand (do not copy and paste) and upload a picture to this question.
    ******************************************************************************
    Be sure to label:
    price axis, quantity axis
    demand curve, supply curve
    original equilibrium point (q1 and p1)
    new supply OR demand curve
    new equilibrium point (q2 and p2)
    arrows on the axes showing what happened to the quantity and price
    *Please graph the FIRST thing that will happen in the market – only shift one curve.
    Your graphs should look similar to the graph below but show what is happening in the scenario.
    9. Use a supply and demand diagram to show what will happen in the market for dark chocolate if consumer’s incomes increase and dark chocolate is a normal good.
    Please draw the graph by hand (do not copy and paste) and upload a picture to this question.
    ****************************************************************************
    Be sure to label:
    price axis, quantity axis
    demand curve, supply curve
    original equilibrium point (q1 and p1)
    new supply OR demand curve
    new equilibrium point (q2 and p2)
    arrows on the axes showing what happened to the quantity and price
    *Please graph the FIRST thing that will happen in the market – only shift one curve.
    Your graphs should look similar to the graph below but show what is happening in the scenario.
    10. Use a supply and demand diagram to show what will happen in the market for almond milk if the price of almonds increases.
    Please draw the graph by hand (do not copy and paste) and upload a picture to this question.
    ******************************************************************************
    Be sure to label:
    price axis, quantity axis
    demand curve, supply curve
    original equilibrium point (q1 and p1)
    new supply OR demand curve
    new equilibrium point (q2 and p2)
    arrows on the axes showing what happened to the quantity and price
    *Please graph the FIRST thing that will happen in the market – only shift one curve.
    Your graphs should look similar to the graph below but show what is happening in the scenario.

    for this assignment. 1) on the table calculate the % of error, average error, and standard deviation. the equations

    English Assignment Help for this assignment.
    1) on the table calculate the % of error, average error, and standard deviation. the equations and the values are all given on the report.
    1) make sure you answer question number 7 which is, “From the pipetting and data table that you filled in earlier: This experiment should indicate the accuracy of your pipette. Analyze your data for the high and low volume for each pipette. Does the standard deviation indicate variation in the data? If yes, do you believe that this variation is due to the accuracy of the micropipette or due to poor technique? Explain your answer by using the data to support your conclusion.”

    3) answer the lab questions on the last page 1 through 6.

    please let me know if you have any additional questions, thanks!

    Write a one-page paper on Why was the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA) a necessary amendment to the

    Write a one-page paper on Why was the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA) a necessary amendment to the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)? Your paper should be well-written and be free of mistakes of English grammar. Please make sure your paper is fully comprehensible. Keep in mind that this assignment requires critical thinking and an understanding of the law and regulations in the U.S. concerning both the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA) and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). This paper requires you do research on the OWBPA and why it was a NECESSARY amendment to ADEA. You must use reliable and credible sources. Your sources should be legal, academic, or scholary in nature. You must use at least two (2) sources when writing your paper. Please note the paper is due within 48 hours and cannot be late. If you have any questions regarding this assignment or the instructions above, you should ask me immediately. The references section at the end of your paper does not count towards the total word count. Thank you.

    The placement of the industrial hygiene and safety functions in an organization’s structure can greatly impact how successful the

    The placement of the industrial hygiene and safety functions in an organization’s structure can greatly impact how successful the programs will be. Some organizations place health and safety programs under the human resources department. Other organizations place these programs under the plant manager or the production manager. If you were a safety officer for an organization, where would you place health and safety programs in the organizational structure? Explain why you believe this placement would work best for your organization.

    Reply to each of the three discussion in about a paragraph as if you are having a conversation with

    Reply to each of the three discussion in about a paragraph as if you are having a conversation with the author of the original post. You can add to their post. Each post requires one response, three in total. Each one with one source can use the same source from original post if new material is added from it.

    Instructions This final assignment, broken in to two parts, should incorporate the work that you have started in your

    Instructions
    This final assignment, broken in to two parts, should incorporate the work that you have started in your discussions throughout the course up to this point. You will want to go back and review your discussion posts as well as the posts of others each week to complete this final assignment.

    PART 1: Evaluate and Make the Decision by comparing the alternatives based on the objectives. This process is achieved in Step Four by creating two decision matrices – unweighted and weighted.

    STEP 1: Create the Unweighted Matrix

    Use a scale of 0 – 3 to rate the first decision matrix. (0 being does not meet the objective well to 3 being meets the objective well).
    The decision matrices must have the four objectives and four alternatives from the previous week’s discussions.
    Explain WHY and HOW Harry derived the ranking of the objectives and alternatives (each of the individual numbers) in the first matrix. Review the House Buying Example.
    STEP 2: Create the Weighted Matrix

    Assign a percentage to each of the objectives.
    These weights must total to 100% for the second (weighted) decision matrix. Remember these do not change for each alternative. but are applied to each objective. Post the second decision matrix in the text box (weighted).
    Explain WHY and HOW Harry derived each of the weights for the objectives.
    STEP 3: Evaluate

    Based on the results of the Decision Matrices, evaluate and analyze all of HH’s alternatives and objectives.
    State the final decision by explaining and justifying it with the numbers in the matrix. The final decision is based on the matrices
    Make sure that all of your steps make sense with one another and fully align so that your final decision completely lines up with the rest of the steps in the process.
    PART 2:

    Create a report to the internal stakeholders of the company to discuss the decision that you have made regarding moving forward in a way that fixes the financial situation that outlines exactly how you have come to the decision. In your memo, you want to provide specifics, some of which have been established throughout the first 6 weeks of the course. All conclusions, justifications, reasoning’s, and explanations must be supported with course material in the form of APA in-text citations (page/paragraph numbers required) and a reference list.

    Biases that may impact the process
    Triggers/Opportunities leading to the need for a decision
    Goal of Decision – What is the overall goal and why?
    Decision Statement
    Purpose, Scope, and Perspective – How did you frame this statement?
    Four Objectives – Of the 6, why these?
    Alternatives and how they met your objectives. Were these your original alternatives or were there class discussions that brought forth new ideas?
    Your decision matrices (weighted and unweighted) and how you chose to weight each criteria
    Your final decision – Assessing the Decision Process, which is where Harry will state the final decision and how it fulfills HH’s objectives by examining the MDQ process in how that final decision was derived.

    This is a problem-solution essay… Ways in which to prevent teen suicides. My professor has been giving me a Essay

    This is a problem-solution essay… Ways in which to prevent teen suicides. My professor has been giving me a hard time from the beginning, so I do need some help. I have the rough draft, outline, and feedback from my professor. It is due at midnight, thank you for your help!

    Please see attachments to see criteria. I need to select and evaluate either a high middle range theory, middle

    Please see attachments to see criteria. I need to select and evaluate either a high middle range theory, middle middle range theory, or low middle range theory that could be applicable to the practice problem from Paper 1. An example could be Pender’s Health Promotion Model. I attached a synthesized method for theory evaluation. Please call for whatever question or clarification.
    Please make sure its APA format.
    Thank you

    QUESTION TO ANSWER: What is the free lunch puzzle? Which explanation of it do you find most compelling? Why?.

    QUESTION TO ANSWER: What is the free lunch puzzle? Which explanation of it do you find most compelling? Why?.

    DESCRIPTION OF ASSIGNMENT:
    Mini-papers have three purposes. They provide a way for me to give credit for careful class preparation; they give you the opportunity to clarify your thinking by practicing analytic writing; and they prepare you for the quizzes. Mini-papers are typed and are not longer than half a page, single-spaced, using standard margins and a font size of 12 (400 words max). If a mini-paper is not handed in on time, or if you hand in a mini-paper from the wrong block, you will receive no credit for it. Please note that all submissions will be screened for potential plagiarism. The mini-papers ask you a question about the assigned reading(s) and you will write a short composition that supports your answer to the question. To do this successfully, you must be able to support your answer with textual evidence, and guard against the tendency to ignore textual evidence that might undermine your thesis. The main objectives of this assignment are to develop your skills at a) thinking through complex texts that do not always provide simple answers, and b) writing a focused argument. There will be more than one persuasive answer to the question I ask. Thus the criteria for a mini-paper are: (1) Clarity: do you make your supporting points clear? (2) Precision and accuracy: do you draw your supporting points from specific places in the text, using quotation marks and page numbers appropriately, and do you make correct assertions about the text? (3) Comprehensiveness and balance: have you identified the textual passages important to this question? (4) Organization: do you present your arguments in a coherent order with smooth transitions and grammatical sentences?- Please put the prompt to which you are responding at the top of the paper. It will not count against your word limit. – Please make sure your paper is 12 point font, times new roman, single spaced. – We encourage you not to put your name on the document. We use Carmen’s anonymous grading feature; therefore, including names defeats this goal. – Cite the readings to which you are referring – either by referencing the author or using end-citations (Zakaria p. 24). i attached the material to use please you insight from the text

    Investigation of EPA

    please follow the instruction mentiones in the uncompleted paper as well as the instruction in the word document file attached. please use the statistical file that have been provided in graph prisim ( 2 way anova

  • English Question
    I have the research paper need it revised and edited Use the comments left by the teacher to help fix the errors in my final essay. Send a revised Essay
    Use the Reflection Description PDF to write a 500 word essay on the revision of the paper and what I learned.

    Fundamentals of Databases IT403

    Instructions:
    You must submit two separate copies (one Word file and one PDF file) using the Assignment Template on Blackboard via the allocated folder. These files must not be in compressed format.
    It is your responsibility to check and make sure that you have uploaded both the correct files.
    Zero mark will be given if you try to bypass the SafeAssign (e.g. misspell words, remove spaces between words, hide characters, use different character sets, convert text into image or languages other than English or any kind of manipulation).
    Email submission will not be accepted.
    You are advised to make your work clear and well-presented. This includes filling your information on the cover page.
    You must use this template, failing which will result in zero mark.
    You MUST show all your work, and text must not be converted into an image, unless specified otherwise by the question.
    Late submission will result in ZERO mark.
    The work should be your own, copying from students or other resources will result in ZERO mark.
    Use Times New Roman font for all your answers
    Please attach the resources
    We use (SQL)

    I need pages of data collection, just as you would have in a thesis. My last writer provided the

    English Assignment Help I need pages of data collection, just as you would have in a thesis.
    My last writer provided the data but in a results format.
    Please break down on what’s attached to data collection
    To further explain the data is collected from 14 ppl with four focus groups and the same 10 questions were asked in groups.
    groups being 4,4,3,3

    example first page should say Focus group #1 (4 participants)

    list the 10 questions and provide the answer you see from the data but from just 4 responses

    and continue

    Case Study: Approx. 150 words in essay format. Cite references where necessary (2 minimum) using APA format. The case

    Case Study: Approx. 150 words in essay format. Cite references where necessary (2 minimum) using APA format. The case studies will cover a variety of actors or regional issues as outlined in the syllabus. Analysis must be clear, logical, concise, and supported with examples.

    China Case Study: Give two examples of how China’s diplomatic goals and strategies have changed since the end of the Cold War. Explain whether they have they been successful or not?

    Narration and Point of View: “A Cask of Amontillado” COLLAPSE To help you understand the sort of place in

    Narration and Point of View: “A Cask of Amontillado”
    COLLAPSE
    To help you understand the sort of place in which the action occurs, please read this entry on catacombs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catacombs

    The textbook does not footnote (though it should) the carnival that is mentioned early in the text. It is a festival that occurs in many forms in predominantly Catholic cultures, a time of self-indulgence and partying before the beginning of the penitential season of Lent. One example is Mardi Gras. That he is taking part in a carnival explains why Fortunato is wearing a jester’s costume. The story is set in a city in Italy.

    Amontillado is a type of sherry wine, made in Spain through a complex process that can take years to complete.

    Please answer at least two of the following questions:

    1. What can the reader infer about Montresor’s social position and character from hints in the text? What evidence does the story provide that Montresor is an unreliable narrator?

    2. How does Poe use to create and heighten the suspense in the story? At what point does it become clear what Montresor is about to do? What clues does the author give? Is the outcome ever in doubt?

    3. What is in a name? Montresor (mon tresor) means “my treasure” in French. Fortunato, quite obviously, means “fortunate” in Italian. How are these names significant (or perhaps ironic) in perceiving the respective characters’ personalities and traits?

    4. Montresor is apparently telling the story to someone (the literary term is auditor). We don’t really know much information about the auditor, but what might be Montresor’s motive in telling someone this story?

    5. Why is Montresor’s family catacomb a significant location to carry out his plot?

    I have attached the case study and all required reading materials along with the discussion in the files below.

    I have attached the case study and all required reading materials along with the discussion in the files below. Please make sure all bullet points are addressed and put as subtitles. The link below is the article (Morrison) and the second link is the anxiety article. IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE OPENING THE LINKS PLEASE LET ME KNOW ASAP. Thank you
    Reference
    Morrison, J. (2014). Diagnosis made easier (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
    Chapter 12, “Diagnosing Anxiety, Fear, Obsessions and Worry” (pp. 167–184)
    https://mbsdirect.vitalsource.com/reader/books/9781462513567/epubcfi/6/50[;vnd.vst.idref=chapter12]!/4

    American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Anxiety disorders. In Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: Author. doi:10.1176/appi.books.9780890425596.dsm05
    https://dsm.psychiatryonline.org/doi/10.1176/appi.books.9780890425596.dsm05

    Case study for Quality management-MGT424

    Please there are 2 attached files, the first one is the questions file, and the other one is the Case Study on Improving Quality Management of W Company’s New Product Development Project and then Answer the following questions:
    1- Explain the project quality management as indicated in the case study, how it can be beneficial to the organizations? ( 200 words – 3 points)
    2- Based on the case study, describe the W company` state prior the implementation of the quality management – new product development project? In other word, what are some issues that required actions to solve by the company`s management? (250– 300 words – 3.5 points )
    3- Illustrate three to four tools used by W company to enhance their new product development` quality management? To which extent these methods were effective. (250 – 300 words – 3.5 points)
    Strictly No plagiarism and No copying sentences, and the answers should be posted in the same questions file. Thank you.

    Given the complexity of systems, and your research related to FireEye and Solarwinds as well as the research around Essay

    Given the complexity of systems, and your research related to FireEye and Solarwinds as well as the research around DISA STIGs, are the “out of the box” default settings for security sufficient TODAY given the interconnected nature of our systems and the vast quantity of secrets we entrust to our devices?

    Write a 1.5 page paper that addresses:

    What are the 3 DISA STIG security requirements not met by default settings that you think should be made system defaults? Why? What, if any, “convincing” of users does making these changes require? Why are these not the defaults already?
    SUPPORT YOUR CLAIMS WITH EVIDENCE

    please follow the instructions above

    Email to Embassy: Getting an F1visa and I20 can be challenging because many governments are worried about the number

    Email to Embassy:

    Getting an F1visa and I20 can be challenging because many governments are worried about the number of people who use these as a way to enter their country and overstay. You will be writing a letter to an Embassy to grant permission to study abroad for the long term. The aim of your letter would be to show the consular officer who considers the visa application that the person has a specific plan, a place to stay, and will not need to find work in order to support him- or herself while here (if that is, you plan to offer financial backup or support). You will follow the guidelines outlined in your text. This is a 2-page email.

    IMPORTANT: attached is an example to follow for the formatting and type of content needed for this assignment. Create a separate email but make sure to use the formatting of the attached as a reference. Message if any concerns

    Management Question

    Please write a concise (one page) position statement identifying current issues with respect to how an organization manages knowledge and how that impacts work and processes? How do people learn in an organization? How are processes communicated? What are the challenges? do not need reference page

    Writing Question

    **This assignment is the first assignment working towards Paper Two: Analysis of Literary Works Using Research and Literary Criticism (1200 Words in MLA Format) **
    Please submit an annotated bibliography. This annotated bibliography should include the following and use MLA format (It will have 5 paragraphs total):1. Title the page “Annotated Bibliography” in 12 pt Times New Roman Font, double spaced2. List two books or academic journal articles on a literary theory, an author, or a specific story / poem that you think you might want to use.3. Include a Works Cited entry for each article. This can be the auto-generated entry from the library databases.4. Include a summary in your own words for each article. Each summary should be at least two paragraphs.3. At the end of the page, write a paragraph about what texts (at least 3) you are thinking of using, a theory, and what you would like to find in your research.Please refer to this handout for Theory Background and Questions: Literary Theory and Criticism HO S22.docx Download Literary Theory and Criticism HO S22.docxLibrary guide for literature resources (Links to an external site.)Recommended searches: Author Name and Work Name, Name of work and the word criticism, Name of Author and Name of Literary Theory, Title of Work and Name of Literary Theory, Author NameTips: 1. If you find a useful article, look at the bibliography from that source to see if there are other useful sources. 2. Read abstracts to tell if the article will be useful or not. 3. Whenever possible, use PDFs 4. As you take notes, make sure to copy: the citation and the page # 5. Make sure the page number is from the actual journal (on the page) not the PDF page (usually on top).
    Texts that can be used: “The Kugelmass Episode” by Woody Allen, “Happy Endings” by Margaret Atwood, “The Navigators” by Mike MeGinnis, “I Am A Cat” by Natsume Soseki, “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson, “Looking for a Rain God” by Bessie Head, “The Birthmark” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, William Blake: “Introduction to Songs of Innocence,” “The Ecchoing Green,” “The School Boy,” and “The Tyger,” “Those Winter Sundays” by Robert Hayden, “The Necklace” by Guy de Maupassant, Taylor Mali “What Teachers Make,” Taylor Mali “Like Lily, Like Wilson, ” “In at Least a Thousand Worlds” by Michael Mlekoday, “If I had a Daughter” by Sara Kay, “What’s Genocide?” by Carlos Andres Gomez, “Stank Breath” by Helena D. Lewis, “Where are you going, Where have you been?” by Joyce Carol Oates, “They Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, William Wordsworth: “Strange Fits of Passion I Have Known,” “I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud,” “Three Years She Grew,” “A Slumber did my Spirit Seal,” “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways,” and “I Travelled Among the Unknown Men,” Emily Dickinson: “Because I Could Not Stop For Death,” “I Felt a Funeral in my Brain,” “I Heard a Fly Buzz – When I Died,” “Hope is the Thing With Feathers,” “I’m Nobody, Who are You?”, Robert Browning: “Porphyria’s Lover,” Langston Hughes: “Night Funeral in Harlem,” “Let America be America Again,” Alice Dunbar Nelson: “I Sit and Sew,” Claude McKay “The Harlem Dancer,” Sylvia Plath: “Lady Lazarus,” “Daddy,” “Morning Song,” Czeslaw Milosz: “A Song for the End of the World,” Martin Espada “Imagine the Angels of Bread,” “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” by Ursula Le Guin, “As Good as New” by Charlie Jane Anders, “Zombie” by Chuck Palahniuk
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    (Delmi Castro) This case is about Max, who is the CEO of Salary Advance United. This company lends advances to consumers and charges a percent per advance. A key issue can be the ethics behind moving the base company Native American reservations because the future of the business is in jeopardy. State regulations would be avoided if this solution would take place. The Native Americans deserves respect and have been used for decades and should be left alone. Taking advantages of their situation is morally wrong. I think basing the base business on a Native American reservation is unethical. The population on these lands are usually poor and basing a business of these lands that are governed by the tribal nation is unethically wrong. If this were to happen, it would make the people who are lending even poorer. This will not help grow the economy but make them rely on money that is lent and pay a fee.
    There are many factors that are contributing to the company losing business. The reason this type of business is being jeopardized is because of the high interest rates that are being charged. They had to produce a solution to keep the business afloat. Their mission is to help people that are in need. They are violating their own mission and are looking out for the benefit of the company. I would advise Max to focus on the pros and cons of lending money ahead of time and to find other services like free money orders, selling stamps in the loc to create more income.
    My evaluation is that every business needs to make a profit. The amount being charged is minimal compared to the amount that is being lent. Would you go to a convenient store and ask the cashier to charge you what the company paid for the item? You will pay for what the item is being sold for. This is applied to any business that offers cash advance. In order to make a profit it is to charge the consumer a certain percentage.
    Respond to this persons discussion No less than 100 words

    Management Question

    Requirements below :
    In this exercise, students will review and discuss the challenges of the Scrum product owner role from multiple perspectives. Its goal is to help students recognize what it takes to be effective in the role. Students will identify challenges or issues affecting the performance of a product owner in one or more of each of these four areas: • The product • The customers • The Scrum team • Delivering value For each of the challenges you identify, list key skills and competencies deemed needed to deal with it. Write a one to two-page follow-up written report, which each student will submit as an individual written assignment. Select the three challenges identified which you consider to be the most noteworthy or interesting. Write a one to two page-paper describing them, and explaining why you consider them to be so important. Each written assignment for this course must be word processed, have a 12-point font size, be double spaced and submitted on the scheduled due date.

  • English Question
    Write your own words please
    Choose TWO of the videos from Listening #1 and answer the following questions in your response. You may use paragraph form or bullet points.
    1. What is the purpose the music serves? Is it for entertainment, religious worship, self-expression, something else?
    2. Who is performing? Solo singer, orchestra, singer plus orchestra?
    3. What instruments can you identify? Don’t worry if you can’t id everything – just try to pick out one or two different instruments.
    4. Why did you pick this video? Was there something interesting or compelling about the video?
    VIDEO 1
    2001: A Space Odyssey (Links to an external site.)(2001:A Space Odessey is a film directed By Stanley Kubrick (Links to an external site.) (1968); opening music from Richard Strauss’ Also Sprach Zarathustra(Links to an external site.) (1896))
    VIDEO 2
    Kol Nidrei (Links to an external site.) for the Yom Kippur (Links to an external site.) service, the Jewish Day of Atonement. Sung by Cantor Buchdahl in 2012.

    One idea for how to best complete the writing assignments is for students to use the notes they take

    One idea for how to best complete the writing assignments is for students to use the notes they take while reading, viewing, or listening during lecture to more broadly discuss information that is new and relevant to their lives. They may decide to briefly share situations in which this information would have been, currently is, or likely will be helpful for them to know and to put into practice. Furthermore, students may choose to write questions about the materials or general topic and to attempt to answer those same questions prior to class discussion as a way of preparing for each class. Whichever way students choose to go about completing the writing assignment (“journals”), they are expected to demonstrate critical thinking and writing skills. All content is expected to be thoughtful and respectful.
    Each part should consist of a minimum of 1 double-spaced page (12 pt font) on each topic presented during the first and second half of the semester. If a course topic includes, for example, more than one assignment (e.g., both an article and a documentary), students should use the 1 page (minimum) to touch on ALL required material.
    PSYC 5 Topic List (Writing Assignment, pt I)

    Communication about gender
    • Documentary: Gender Revolution: A View with Katie Couric https://fb.watch/7DO3IyUKL1/

    Management Question

    English Assignment Help Prepare a 250-word reflection and analysis based on blogs, articles, multimedia etc. of a company that faced an ethical dilemma. Consider the action taken and identify a link with our classroom discussions. Remember find some new article about ethical dilemmas. do not use old articles.

    Wordle game

    Always Win at Wordle!
    Wordle is a game where players try to guess a mystery 5-letter word in 6 guesses or less. The game lets the player know if a letter is in the correct position (green square), in the word but in an incorrect position (yellow square) or not in the word at all (grey square). Players use this information to create their next guess as they narrow it down to the mystery word.
    There are roughly 13,000 5-letter words in the English language, but only 2,309 are possible answers in the game. More obscure 5-letter words are excluded. I will provide you a file with all 2,309 possible answers.
    Your assignment is to develop this file into a tool that a Wordle player can use to ALWAYS WIN AT WORDLE! Add some formulas to the file and make use of the sorting, filtering, and other features of Excel to develop it into a “cheater tool.”Everyone must download this file Download download this file and develop it into their own tool. You can share ideas, but the tool must be your own creation. This assignment has 2 parts:Part I: Tool and Instructions
    After you have built your tool, test it on the daily Wordle game here: https://www.nytimes.com/games/wordle/index.html (Links to an external site.)
    All old Wordle puzzles have been archived so you may find it useful to test your tool on many puzzles by using this site: https://www.devangthakkar.com/wordle_archive/ (Links to an external site.)
    When you’re happy with your tool, create a set of clear instructions for the Wordle player. The instructions must contain the following:
    1. Tell the Wordle player what to guess for the first word.
    2. Tell the Wordle player how to record the results of each guess in your tool.
    3. Tell the Wordle player how to use the tool to create the next guess.
    I will randomly select 3 words from the list to test your instructions and cheater tool 3 times. If I use your tool to solve each Wordle in 6 guesses or less then you earn 10/10 points for Part I.
    Here’s a couple articles that might help: Wordle Strategies and Tips (Links to an external site.) and A Collection of the Best Wordle Tips and Tricks (Links to an external site.)
    Part II: Methodology and Reflection
    1. Project Methodology (100-200 words): Describe your thought process. Where did you start? What did you do next? What steps did you take to complete this project? Why did you make the decisions you did?
    2. Project Reflection (100-200 words): Reflect on this project. You can write about things such as what you found challenging, what you enjoyed, which part of the project gave you the most trouble, how would you approach this project differently next time, what you would change about this project, or any other thoughtful reflection on your work.
    Part II is worth 10 points.
    Make sure to submit these 4 items:
    1. Your Wordle Tool
    2. Instructions to use your Wordle Tool
    3. Project Methodology
    4. Project Reflection

    Civil Engineering Question

    I attached all the requirements below. please make sure to read it before you bid the question
    project Understanding

    public health/ health topic 3

    For this paper please review the topics/public health issues as seen in the videos and compare them to current health issues. There should be at least 2 different diseases. Please use your textbook, any references, and additional resources as needed. Your paper should be at least 2-3 pages long (750 words).
    video link:https://csun.kanopy.com/video/rx-survival-global-h…

    A marketing company based out of New York City is doing well and is looking to expand internationally. The

    A marketing company based out of New York City is doing well and is looking to expand internationally. The CEO and VP of Operations decide to enlist the help of a consulting firm that you work for, to help collect data and analyze market trends.

    You work for Mercer Human Resources. The Mercer Human Resource Consulting website lists prices of certain items in selected cities around the world. They also report an overall cost-of-living index for each city compared to the costs of hundreds of items in New York City (NYC). For example, London at 88.33 is 11.67% less expensive than NYC.

    More specifically, if you choose to explore the website further you will find a lot of fun and interesting data. You can explore the website more on your own after the course concludes.

    https://mobilityexchange.mercer.com/Insights/ cost-of-living-rankings#rankings

    Assignment Guidance:
    In the Excel document, you will find the 2018 data for 17 cities in the data set Cost of Living. Included are the 2018 cost of living index, cost of a 3-bedroom apartment (per month), price of monthly transportation pass, price of a mid-range bottle of wine, price of a loaf of bread (1 lb.), the price of a gallon of milk and price for a 12 oz. cup of black coffee. All prices are in U.S. dollars.

    You use this information to run a Multiple Linear Regression to predict Cost of living, along with calculating various descriiptive statistics. This is given in the Excel output (that is, the MLR has already been calculated. Your task is to interpret the data).

    Based on this information, in which city should you open a second office in? You must justify your answer. If you want to recommend 2 or 3 different cities and rank them based on the data and your findings, this is fine as well.

    Deliverable Requirements:
    This should be ¾ to 1 page, no more than 1 single-spaced page in length, using 12-point Times New Roman font. You do not need to do any calculations, but you do need to pick a city to open a second location at and justify your answer based upon the provided results of the Multiple Linear Regression.

    The format of this assignment will be an Executive Summary. Think of this assignment as the first page of a much longer report, known as an Executive Summary, that essentially summarizes your findings briefly and at a high level. This needs to be written up neatly and professionally. This would be something you would present at a board meeting in a corporate environment. If you are unsure of an Executive Summary, this resource can help with an overview. What is an Executive Summary?

    Things to Consider:
    To help you make this decision here are some things to consider:

    Based on the MLR output, what variable(s) is/are significant?
    From the significant predictors, review the mean, median, min, max, Q1 and Q3 values?
    It might be a good idea to compare these values to what the New York value is for that variable. Remember New York is the baseline as that is where headquarters are located.
    Based on the descriiptive statistics, for the significant predictors, what city has the best potential?
    What city or cities fall are below the median?
    What city or cities are in the upper 3rd quartile?

    I will attach the excel file mentioned in the expanation and any other links.

    https://www.mercer.com/

    https://www.alchemer.com/resources/blog/how-to-write-executive-summary/?sg=1

    Follow instructions from the PDF Add some of my opinions to the essay- I would recommend this book to

    Follow instructions from the PDF

    Add some of my opinions to the essay-
    I would recommend this book to others if they enjoy a slow starting book that eventually dives into the main plot, but if not i wouldn’t recommend.

    Liked the main characters

    Pacing was pretty slow to start

    Authors writing style isn’t what i’m used to but made it interesting to read.

    Use at least one quote from the book

    Management Question

    Learning Outcomes:
    Explain and apply critical thinking and cognitive psychology as it pertains to analyze and synthesize information for problem solving and decision making. (C.L.O :2.1)
    Demonstrate decision tools and employ appropriate analytical business models to break down complex issues. (C.L.O :2.2)
    Demonstrate effective leadership skills and teamwork capacity for efficient decision making with the problem owners and other stakeholders as either a team member or a team leader.. (C.L.O :3.1)

    Assignment Question(s):(Marks 10)
    Assignment Instructions for Part-I:
    Log in to Saudi Digital Library (SDL) via University’s website
    On first page of SDL, choose “English Databases”
    From the list find and click on EBSCO database.
    In the search bar of EBSCO find the following article:
    Title: “Better Brainstorming”
    Author: Hal Gregersen
    Date of Publication: March-April, 2018
    Published: Harvard Business Review

    Read the article titled as “Better Brainstorming” by Hal Gregersen, published in Harvard Business Review, and answer the following Questions:
    Summarize the article and explain the main issues discussed in the article. Discuss the three steps of ‘Question burst’ in brainstorming in relation with the text you learnt in the course.

    Part-II- Critical Thinking Question
    “Critical thinking is the opposite of creative thinking.” Do you agree? Provide examples of why you agree or disagree.
    Suppose you are a member of a group asked to find ways to cut costs throughout your organization for the upcoming year. Sales have fallen sharply, and the company is in danger of going out of business. After gathering information, your group concludes that the company will save the most money by freezing pay for a year, despite a tradition of annual salary increases. How can you make sure this is a fair decision? How can you make sure that others in the organization will see it as a fair decision?

    Attached are the instructions. Please be thorough and in-depth when addressing each prompt and pay close attention to the

    Attached are the instructions. Please be thorough and in-depth when addressing each prompt and pay close attention to the highlighted sections. I have included 4 files as a guide when completing the annotated bibliography. Please ensure to review the grading rubric for maximum points.

    Thank you!

    Instructions For this assignment, you will read a case and answer a series of questions concerning an analysis of Essay

    Instructions
    For this assignment, you will read a case and answer a series of questions concerning an analysis of ethical considerations governing marketing practices, as leaders are responsible for such endeavors. Begin by reading the attached case,
    Datamonitor. (2010, July). Ambush marketing case study: Successfully leveraging high-profile events to raise brand profile.

    Then, draft a two-page paper by addressing each of the following items:
    ? In your own words, how would you describe “ambush marketing”? Include two examples with your descriiption.
    ? What are the advantages and disadvantages (risks and consequences) of ambush marketing?
    ? What was Bavaria Beer hoping to achieve through its ambush marketing tactics?
    ? Would you consider Bavaria Beer’s ambush marketing an unethical practice or simply a competitive strategy? Explain.
    ? Can ambush marketing be both intentional and unintentional? Explain.
    ? As a leader of an organization, would you allow the practice of ambush marketing? Explain.
    Be sure to demonstrate a clear analysis as you address each question. Use APA style to format your assignment. For assistance in formatting your paper, refer to the Citation Guide. You are not required to complete additional research for this assignment; however, if you do, use APA Style to cite your sources.

  • English 101
    1/
    Note: Text selections are drawn from both assigned readings from our anthology and novel and a few from new pieces outside our anthology to which you are asked to apply terminology/concepts from the course.
    Please type your responses to each question in each question, taking care to label them in a clear way, and return this document (as .doc, .docx, .pdf) in the Canvas portal on or before Sunday, May 9th at 2 p.m.
    Reminders:
    Read carefully and reread before you post: make sure you have completed each part as directed. There are three (3) parts.
    Double-check to make sure your document uploads; no submissions will be accepted after the window closes.
    I. Analysis Essays
    This is an opportunity for you to apply your ability to think. Through the act of writing a close analysis of specific passages, demonstrate your understanding of the literal level of the text (what it says), the interpretive level (what and how it means), and the critical level (what is its value/how does it comment on the human condition/ “so what?”).

    Pace yourself. Interactively read and write: I recommend you read each passage through at least twice, mark up notable details, take some brief notes to articulate important ideas, and then compose. Compose approximately 1-2 pages each.
    These essays will be evaluated for how you demonstrate accurate comprehension of texts (whole selections and passages in the context of their immediate and wider surrounding texts), evidence of critical analysis and reflection, creativity/originality, sufficient grammatical clarity, and avoidance of plagiarism.
    For TWO of the following texts, one at a time, in full: (2-6-12 pts./ 20 total for each) (40 for this section). Note: if you write on more than two, I will read only the first two.

    CHOOSE TWO from texts A., B., and C. below and compose separate essays for each using the following guidelines:

    1.Identify: What is the text or excerpt’s literary genre? (Be specific- what kind of fiction: short story, play/drama, poem, novel?)
    Who is the author and what is the title? (2)
    2.Describe the specific context of the text (whole piece or selected passage) briefly but thoroughly: Who is speaking to whom at this moment? Under what circumstances? About whom and what? In other words, where and how does the passage or text itself reveal its context? If the passage is a selection from a larger text, what happens just before and/or after that the passage adds to, and in what way/s? (6)
    3.Finally, analyze: where and how does the passage or text develop a significant idea or ideas (a theme) about a particular topic?
    oIdentify the topic and theme and tie your observations here directly to evidence from language choices (words, phrases, lines, sentences, etc.) in the text itself. Show you know the characters or speaker/s and the situation depicted in each scene
    oAvoid broad generalization and tangential speculation; demonstrate your ability to understand and begin to process a text through close observation of its language (that is, analysis). (12)
    A.
    “And what does Ma’s name mean?” I whisper.
    “Suyuan,” he says, writing more invisible characters on the glass. “The way she write it in Chinese, it mean ‘Long-Cherished Wish.’ Quite a fancy name, not so ordinary like flower name. See this first character, it mean something like ‘Forever Never Forgotten.’ But there is another way to write ‘Suyuan.’ Sound exactly the same, but the meaning is opposite.” His finger creates the brushstrokes of another character. “The first part look the same: ‘Never Forgotten.’ But the last part add to the first part make the whole word mean ‘Long-Held Grudge.’ Your mother get angry with me, I tell her her name should be Grudge.”
    My father is looking at me, moist-eyed. “See, I pretty clever, hah?”
    I nod, wishing I could find some way to comfort him. “And what about my name,” I ask, “what does ‘Jing-mei’ mean?”
    “Your name also special,” he says. I wonder if any name in Chinese is not something special. “’Jing’ like excellent jing. Not just good, it’s something pure, essential, the best quality. Jing is good leftover stuff when you take impurities out of something like gold, or rise, or salt. So what is left- just pure essence. And ‘Mei,’ this is common mei, as in meimei, ‘younger sister.’”
    B.
    TROY: The baby? How’s the baby?
    ROSE: They say it’s healthy. I wonder who’s gonna bury her.
    TROY: She had family, Rose. She wasn’t living in the world by herself.
    ROSE: I know she wasn’t living in the world by herself.
    TROY: Next thing you gonna want to know if she had any insurance.
    ROSE: Troy, you ain’t got to talk like that.
    TROY: That’s the first thing that jumped out your mouth. “Who’s gonna bury her?” Like I’m fixing to take on that task for myself.
    ROSE: I am your wife. Don’t push me away.
    TROY: I ain’t pushing nobody away. Just give me some space. That’s all. Just give me some room to breathe.
    (Rose exits into the house. Troy walks about the yard.)
    (With a quiet rage that threatens to consume him) All right… Mr. Death. See now… I’m gonna tell you what I’m gonna do. I’m gonna take and build me a fence around this yard. See? I’m gonna build me a fence around what belongs to me. And then I want you to stay on the other side. See? You stay over there until you’re ready for me. Then you come on. bring your army. Bring your sickle. Bring your wrestling clothes. I ain’t gonna fall down on my vigilance this time. You ain’t gonna sneak up on me no more. When you’re ready for me…when the top of your list say “Troy Maxson”… that’s when you come around here. You come up and knock on the front door. Ain’t nobody else got nothing to do with this. This is between you and me. Man to man. You stay on the other side of that fence until you ready for me. Then you come up and knock on the front door. Anytime you want. I’ll be ready for you.
    C. (a new text)
    Song on the Subway by Ocean VuongRush-hour on the A train. A blind manstaggers forth, his cane tapping lightlydown the aisle. He leans against the door,raises a violin to chin, and says I’m sorryto bother you, folks. But please. Just listen.And it kills me, the word sorry. As if something like musicshould be forgiven. He nuzzles into the wood like a lover,inhales, and at the first slow stroke, the crescendoseeps through our skin like warm water, wewho have nothing but destinations, who dream of lightbut descend into the mouths of tunnels, searching.Beads of sweat fall from his brow, making dark roseson the instrument. His head swooning to each chordexhaled through the hollow torso. The woman beside mehas put down her book, closed her eyes, the babyhas stopped crying, the cop has sat down, and I knowthis train is too fast for dreaming, that these iron jawswill always open to swallow a smile already lost.How insufficient the memory, to fail before death.Who will hear these notes when the train slidesinto the yard, the lights turned out, and the songlingers with breaths rising from empty seats?I know I am too human to praise what is fading.But for now, I just want to listen as the train fillscompletely with warm water, and we are allswimming slowly toward the man with Mozartflowing from his hands. I want nothingbut to put my fingers inside his mouth,let that prayer hum through my veins.I want crawl into the hole in his violin.I want to sleep thereuntil my fleshbecomes music.
    II. Short comparative analysis essay. (35 pts.)
    Explore the two excerpts that follow through writing in these ways:
    1.First-briefly- identify genre/kind of text each excerpt is from and each author (5 pts)
    2.Then explain with reference to specific parts of each excerpt/passage: What comes across as the central topic of each text in the pair? Where and how does each text develop a significant idea or ideas (theme) about the topic? (15 pts)
    3.How do these texts dialogue or “speak” with each other? Present/point out evidence, and describe: Where and how do you notice parallels or resonances in topic and theme? Differences? Tie your observations directly and explicitly to evidence from language choices (words, phrases, lines, sentences, etc.) from each excerpt and across them. (15 pts)
    Excerpt/passage 1:
    Then Sugar surprises me by sayin, “You know, Miss Moore, I don’t think all of us here put together eat in a year what that sailboat costs.” And Miss Moore lights up like somebody goosed her. “And?” she say, urging Sugar on. Only I’m standin on her foot so she don’t continue.
    “Imagine for a minute what kind of society it is in which people can spend on a toy what it would cost to feed a family of six or seven. What do you think?”
    “I think,” say Sugar pushing me off her feet like she never done before, cause I whip her ass in a minute, “that this is not much of a democracy if you ask me. Equal chance to pursue happiness means an equal crack at the dough, don’t it?”
    Miss Moore is beside herself and I am disgusted with Sugar’s treachery. So I stand on her foot one more time to see if she’ll shove me. She shuts up, and Miss Moore looks at me, sorrowfully I’m thinkin. And something weird is goin on, I can feel it in my chest.
    Excerpt/passage 2:
    “We used to sit around in a circle to tell many stories. Nowadays in our circles, when we manage to have them, there are mostly elders and adults. There aren’t many children to receive the stories. We, the elders, our hearts cry, because we worry that we may lose our connection to the different moons to come, to the moons that have passed, and to the sun today. The sun will set without our whispers. The ears and voices of those gone will be closed to us. Our grandchildren will have weak backbones and they won’t have the ears to understand the knowledge that lies within them, that holds them firm on this earth. A simple wind of despair will easily break them. What must we do, my friends?” All the faces in the crowd became serious. “We must live in the radiance of tomorrow, as our ancestors have suggested in their tales. For what is yet to come tomorrow has possibilities, and we must think of it, the simplest glimpse of that possibility of goodness. That will be our strength. That has always been our strength. This is all I wanted to say.” She turned away from the crowd. (167)
    III. Litany poem based in model (25 pts)
    A litany is a kind of prayer constructed of a series that some of you are probably familiar with from church services- where it has its origins. In churches, it is commonly structured where a leader speaks or chants invocations or supplications and the congregation repeats an identical response in between each. This is a form adapted into poetry outside of churches, as well; it is often used to evoke a kind of incantatory mood around a topic.
    FIRST STEP: Read this example aloud – to hear how litany structure is used by poet Mónica Gomery using specific repeated words. See how she places these at the beginnings of phrases and sentences: reverse, repeat, replace, strange, reverse- in blocks of varying proportion. Notice also how she uses the non-repeating parts to develop an idea across the entire series about “I” the speaker and “you” the addressee.)
    Spring Song
    Reverse the peeling apart. Reverse the hush hanging on us. Reverse the way your eyes held me in place when you whispered you’re selfish. Reverse the last time we lingered. Reverse the last time we touched.
    Repeat the bright holy bridge strung between our two sets of shoulders.
    Reverse shame. Reverse tired. Reverse sleepless nights. Reverse homework. Reverse panic. Reverse dehydration.
    Repeat hands quilting skins. Repeat our strange language. Reverse all the ways we fell away from each other.
    Reverse silhouettes. Sexism. Scraping the barrel. The times I cringed at your height. The times you spoke me into smallness. Reverse I made you feel guilty. Reverse I made you feel shame. Reverse all the busses, trains, all the highways between us.
    Reverse pulp of blame. Reverse gauze of intention. Reverse what went sour and replace it with seashells. Reverse ambiguity.
    Replace with some dignified memory of clear steady speech.
    Repeat brother, repeat fireplace, repeat season of turning, repeat autumn, and starlight, and songs without words.
    Reverse hesitations and stammering tongues. Repeat sitting on a rock and sighting a coyote together.
    Strange is the synchronous. Strange is the cusp. Strange was the tilt of me toward you the instant I met you. Strange is the shape of you in front of a campfire the first time I saw you. Strange is the crackle and snap of a fire. Be safe in the fire, you said when you blessed me before I got on the plane. Strange is desire, how it disregards rules. Strange is your beard. Strange are your limbs. Strange how I thought I would never.
    Reverse all the explaining. Reverse all the pride. Reverse when I told you it wasn’t enough. Reverse your wounded ego. Reverse my wounded ambivalence. Reverse all the ways I had already learned not to trust myself by the time that I met you.
    Reverse the elk in the road. Reverse the sky over the road. Reverse the slamming together and the slamming apart. Repeat the light pouring out through the whites of your eyes.
    Reverse me boarding a plane. Reverse you measuring soil samples. Reverse maps, distances, reverse our ambitions. Reverse all the times I expressed dissatisfaction to other people.
    Reverse wounds and withholding. Reverse making excuses. Reverse all the edges of what I’m trying to say.
    Reverse that I asked you for solitude and then you gave me solitude. Reverse that I told you to stop crowding me, and then you stopped crowding. Reverse when you went much farther away than I ever meant when I asked.
    Reverse I was cold. Reverse you were needy. Reverse all the un-grace that is part of our story. Reverse when you asked me to guard your life through the summer. Reverse how I chose silence and now there is just silence.
    By Mónica Gomery / Source: Here is the Night and the Night on the Road, Cooper Dillon Books, 2018
    SECOND STEP: Now, create your own litany poem using elements of Gomery’s form.
    Use these guidelines:
    You may use some of Gomery’s litany words (reverse, repeat, replace, strange (the only adjective), reverse) to begin your stanzas/blocks to start off your ideas
    All the non-litany (non-repeated parts) must be your own ideas and phrasing (do not merely paste Gomery’s or copy too much of her phrasing)
    You may add in a few litany verbs from this list to build your poem: burn, build, break, brilliant (adjective), blaze, brighten, render, reduce, revel, risk, reveal, resplendent (adjective).
    Build an original poem around a single topic – developing that idea over the course of the series.
    2/ presentation PowerPoint about Management in a time of Covid 19.
    The presentation should be 10 minutes and I want a PowerPoint about What should I said and a PowerPoint about what I should show to the audience because I don’t have to write everything in the slides.
    3/
    In this presentation, typical of the hour-long “book talk” genre commonly held at universities and bookstores, Ishmael Beah explains various aspects of the novel, some of the history of Sierra Leone

    Discussion Question: Choose two rhetorical concepts from any of the following: Foucault, Derrida, Cixous, or Anzaldua (in this week’s Essay

    Discussion Question:

    Choose two rhetorical concepts from any of the following: Foucault, Derrida, Cixous, or Anzaldua (in this week’s readings). What early rhetorical theories seem most aligned with and divergent from these concepts? What does that say about our changing assumptions about rhetoric?

    1. response:
    Early rhetorical theories generally assign the speaker the role of presenting previously unknown truths to the audience, transferring knowledge in a way that moves them towards a particular line of thought or action. This often creates a hierarchy in rhetoric which is power heavy on the orator’s side. According to Bizzell et. al. (2020), Foucault dismantles this concept and, “To do so, he reverses the order of the relationship between discourse and what is traditionally taken to be its source: That is, he treats author, meaning, and knowledge as a function of discourse, not as its source” (p. 2896). In Foucault assessment of discourse, there is no predetermined truth to be transferred, but instead, discourse is a place where knowledge develops.

    Interestingly Cixous’ experiences with the experimental dissolution of academic hierarchy at the University of Paris at Vincennes, brought her to conclusion that the, “that the professor-student hierarchy cannot really be dismantled” (Bizzel et. al., 2020, p. 3085). This however is as far as Cixous’ views align with early rhetoricians, as her work focuses on dismantling the male dominated, or phallocentric traditions, of historical rhetoric. In Cixous (1975) The Laugh of the Medusa, she argues, “Nearly the entire history of writing is confounded with the history of reason, of which it is at once the effect, the support, and one of the privileged alibis. It has been one with the phallocentric tradition. It is indeed that same self-admiring, self-stimulating, self-congratulatory phallocentrism” (Bizzel et. al., 2020, p. 3097). Cixous argues that genuine observations about the world cannot be made within the strict confines and limitations that have been historically applied to rhetoric and philosophy.

    Reference:

    Bizzell, P., Herzberg, B.,

    Jennifer! It was love all along: meeting my crush By: The festivities ended in high gear, and January found

    English Assignment Help Jennifer!

    It was love all along: meeting my crush

    By:

    The festivities ended in high gear, and January found us still in a festive mood- we had to cut them though, because it was the New Year, and things needed to go back to normal as quickly as possible. The spring semester is starting tomorrow- I needed to bring my head back to thinking about books.

    “It is open,” I shout. It is my small brother Keith at the door waking me up to start the day. The young boy is an early bird, he is the chatterbox of our family, his jokes keep us all smiling, it is hard to find a single moment he is not happy. I am happy to hear his voice save for the sweet dream he has interrupted, and it is about a girl I’m crazy about in school.

    I jump out of bed. It is a beautiful Monday. I am intrigued by the dream I just had. It is about Jennifer, my crush at school. “I now dream about her?” my thoughts are giving me a rollercoaster about her- there is no doubt I do like Jennifer.

    “Good morning, mum,” I greet my mum, who is in the kitchen making breakfast, I smell eggs, and I’m excited mum is making her signature pancakes- we all love them in the house. Mum and I are so close, and she is my best friend. I’m still thinking about Jennifer.

    “I think I’m in love mommy,” she turns to look at me with a smile.

    “That’s a good thing son, when is she coming for dinner?” my mum responds as she turns off the cooker, she is done making breakfast.

    “This night, she was in my dreams, mum,” by this time, my mum started laughing while making faces at me.

    “So it was just a dream? Is there even a girl in your life really?” coming to think of it, I realize I made no sense anyway. As I walk, I can still hear my mum laughing.

    It is Tuesday, and I’m back to school. My eyes are on Jennifer who is seated in the front row. From behind her long hair shines as the sun rays enter the classroom through the window. I can tell she has sprayed her hair this morning. I keep my eyes on her hoping she will turn around so I can look into her big brown eyes and, if possible, blow a kiss on her way.

    “Dude, the teacher is in class.” It was my desk-mate, Joe. I didn’t notice the teacher walk in. My mind was with Jennifer all this time.

    “Good morning students,” the English teacher greets.

    “Good morning sir,” we respond in unison.

    After class, I am all psyched up to meet Jennifer. By this time, I have resolved to introduce myself and build up a friendship. Joe is all excited about it. My friend knows I like Jennifer.

    “Hi Jennie,” I whisper from behind. Jennifer turns, and our eyes meet.

    “Hi,” she responds.

    This writing piece you wrote for me. I would like you to add on and revise it a little and add on three more pages to this story. For this week’s assignment, I will post my professor’s instructions below.

    We have encountered the idea that many more pages go into the writing of a piece than what makes it onto the final page. The final page that comes to the reader is “the tip of the iceberg” of all the pages the writer has produced, so that the writer has built a complete world before the piece comes to the reader, and the reader can sense all of those pages, that time, the dense imagining of the writer in the (relatively) few words the writer has generated for the piece that end up coming to the reader.

    Most published pieces have had 20 pages written for every page the reader encounters.

    This assignment is geared toward generating more of the world of your story.

    We are circling back to our earlier work with concrete, significant objects and details, as well as duration, scene, and setting for these assignments. Please feel free to review your Notes on those sets of readings if you like.

    The assignment takes two parts. Please do both and be sure to set aside a good hour or so for each.

    *please note that, with these assignments, you’re not transcribing what already exists in your piece; you’re adding additional qualities that you have not yet written about in your piece, to incorporate later

    I. Concrete Objects

    Please write down three concrete objects that appear in your piece. For each, please close your eyes and write down all the sensory qualities of the object that come to mind. You can cycle through touch, taste, smell, sight, smell, and hearing, if you like. But I encourage you to go beyond the basic five senses, and just associate about the object on the space on the page. Each object should have a list of at least 10-15 qualities or associations.
    Please check out this Model from a former participant in the class.

    Remember, you’re not transcribing the qualities of the object already in your piece. You’re sitting with the object and coming up with new qualities (i.e., you’re generating new words, some of which might make it into your revision).

    Please turn in this work in the following format:

    I Concrete Objects

    Object 1: [name of object]

    [list of sensory qualities of object here]

    Object 2: [name of object]

    [list of sensory qualities of object here]

    Object 3: [name of object]

    [list of sensory qualities of object here]

    II. Duration, Scene, and Setting

    Please write down three concrete objects that are essential aspects of the setting in your piece. The moon in the sky, perhaps. A crick. A dark patch of watercress. Now, I’d like you to think about what McCloud said about closure (the way the mind fills in gaps). Put this together with what Chekhov said–“Don’t show me the moon in the sky; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” (Actually, that was a misquote; he said, “In descriptions of nature one must seize on small details, grouping them so that when the reader closes his eyes he gets a picture. For instance, you’ll have a moonlit night if you write that on the mill dam a piece of glass from a broken bottle glittered like a bright little star, and that the black shadow of a dog or wolf rolled past like a ball.”)
    For each object you’ve chosen, create a list of concrete things that surround that object; things that would evoke its presence. Write at least five to seven of these surrounding objects for the objects you’ve chosen, like the glint of light on broken glass that evokes the moon in the Chekhov quote above.

    Next, write down two different places in which your character moves in your piece. You can pull existing quotes from the piece, or write a new passage or two in which the character moves from one place to another (as the narrator of the Adjei-Brenyah story moves into the 7-Eleven, around in the 7-Eleven, or out the door of the 7-Eleven).
    Break what the character sees down into frozen, “panelized” images. Give a list of five to seven frozen images, step by step, in terms of what the character sees during the movement you’re tracing in the piece. Now, write a new sentence or series of sentences in which you use only three of these images. Pay attention to what you leave out. Try to create a sense of motion in your reader’s mind simply by the series of images you present, and nothing else.

    Please check out this Model (Links to an external site.)from a former participant in the class.

    Please turn in this work in the following format:

    II. Duration, Scene, and Setting

    Setting Object 1: [name of object]

    [list of surrounding objects here]

    Setting Object 2: [name of object]

    [list of surrounding objects here]

    Object 3: [name of object]

    [list of surrounding objects here]

    Movement 1: [description of movement]

    [list of five to seven panelized images here]

    [new sentence or sentences with three images here]

    Movement 2: [description of movement]

    [list of five to seven panelized images here]

    [new sentence or sentences with three images here]

    The first experiment (1) : I let the monitor for 6 hours without any external activities The second experiment

    The first experiment (1) : I let the monitor for 6 hours without any external activities

    The second experiment (2): I let the mono for 6 hours and between those hours I lit a candle for a while and open the windows for a while .

    My hypothesis is that external activities such as burning candles and opening windows might affect indoor air quality

    Furthermore there were greater variability when I opened the windows burned the candle

    Please let me know if you need any more information .

    Students will choose a single page of a comic of their choosing and write a 500-word journal that focuses

    Students will choose a single page of a comic of their choosing and write a 500-word journal that focuses on the techniques the comics creators have used to create their effects. A copy of the comics page should be uploaded along with the journal.
    Use techniques shown in understanding comics the invisible art by scott mcloud.

    In the five years since its founding, Online Advertising Responses, Inc. has grown rapidly. They currently have 20 employees Essay

    In the five years since its founding, Online Advertising Responses, Inc. has grown rapidly. They currently have 20 employees and expect to hire another 20 in the new year to help manage a large new online state government advertising account. This type of expansion will require a significant investment in both expanded office space as well as general office equipment and technology equipment, including top-of-the line computers capable of handling advanced graphics software, printers, and other peripherals for each employee. They need a recommendation on what option would be the most cost-effective for them in terms of maintaining positive cash flow. In the past they have simply purchased whatever was needed outright.

    A key consideration for their decision is that the company’s only source of revenue is commissions from their clients. Each client has different spending patterns so cash flow varies by quarter. In the fiscal year that just ended, quarterly cash flow from client commissions followed the pattern noted below. They assume that in the coming fiscal year a similar pattern will occur.

    Quarter Client Commissions
    Q1 $4,290,000
    Q2 $5,375,000
    Q3 $5,100,000
    Q4 $3,500,000
    Total FY $18,265,000
    For the purposes of estimating cash flow for the next fiscal year, assume that the average salary for the 20 expected new employees will be $75,000. To accommodate the additional employees, assume an addition of another 3,000 square feet of office space at a cost of $175 per square foot.

    If they were to buy office furniture for each new employee, the estimated cost is $3,000 per employee.

    IT estimates that the appropriate technology package for hardware will be $8,000 per employee for an outright purchase. You should take into consideration the cash flow information for the fiscal year that’s just ending, which is provided below.

    Management has asked their accountant to develop and prepare a recommendation on the best options:

    To buy outright and own all furnishings and technology. The furnishings will be fully financed for three years at 5%. The technology will be financed less a down payment on the technology for 6 years. The finance manager is allowing us a $10,000 down payment. You will need to calculate the payments, online calculators are available to do that for you.

    To consider an operating lease for all of the new equipment and furnishings. The vendor will lease the full amount for a monthly payment of $5,000 for the first three years and $2,500 for the last three. Vendor will reclaim the merchandise at the end of 3 and 6 years respectively.

    To consider a capital lease for all of the new equipment and furnishings. The vendor will lease the full amount for 5% for 3 (furnishings) and 6 years (equipment). You will need to calculate payments on the full amount.
    Your job is to evaluate the three alternatives and prepare a recommendation of 800 -1200 words. You must support your recommendation with an analysis of the impact on operating cash flow’s impacts from the different types of leases versus outright purchases. In your analysis, include calculations on the depreciation of both the technology items (with an expected life of 6 years) and the furnishings (with an expected life of 3 years). You analysis should include the formula for straight line depreciation which you will use. The furnishings will have a residual value of $0 while the technology will have a value of $500 per employee set up.

    The following provides a statement of cash flows for the fiscal year that just ended. The company’s fiscal year aligns with a calendar year ending in December.

    Statement of Cash Flows (Direct Method) for FY Ending 12/31
    Category Amount
    Client commissions $18,265,000
    Employee salaries $3,450,000
    Rent $1,800,000
    Investing activities Amount
    Purchase of equipment $140,000
    Purchase of furnishings $60,000
    Financing activities Amount
    Additional owner’s equity $250,000
    Cash on hand as of 12/31 $750,000
    Average salary is $75,000.

    Formatting

    Students maintained and submitted weekly reflective narratives throughout the course to explore the personal knowledge and skills gained throughout

    Students maintained and submitted weekly reflective narratives throughout the course to explore the personal knowledge and skills gained throughout this course. This assignment combines those entries into one course-long reflective journal that integrates leadership and inquiry into current practice as it applies to the Professional Capstone and Practicum course.

    This final submission should also outline what students have discovered about their professional practice, personal strengths and weaknesses that surfaced during the process, additional resources and abilities that could be introduced to a given situation to influence optimal outcomes, and, finally, how the student met the competencies aligned to this course.

    The final journal should address a variable combination of the following, while incorporating your specific clinical practice experiences:

    1New practice approaches
    2Interprofessional collaboration
    3Health care delivery and clinical systems
    4Ethical considerations in health care
    5Practices of culturally sensitive care
    6Ensuring the integrity of human dignity in the care of all patients
    7Population health concerns
    8The role of technology in improving health care outcomes
    9Health policy
    10Leadership and economic models
    11Health disparities
    While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
    *Please create a journal writing using all 11 topics. my clinical project took place in a outpatient surgery center and my proposal was to reduce falls in a outpatient surgery center

    Post a Study

    Post a StudyFind a study on a topic that interests you. 1) Identify the study and briefly describe it. 2) Give one association made. 3) What type of observational study is it? Cross-sectional, Case-control or Cohort? 4) Critique the survey; any possible flaws? What could have been done better? 5) Include a link to the study. Sources of studies: Google Scholar, PubMed, CDC, YouTube channels that cite surveys on health, diet, exercise, etc.
    Here’s an example:
    1) 2017 NHIS(National Health Interview Survey) from the NCHS(National Center for Health Statistics) This is a survey involving complementary medicine. Did the use of yoga, meditation and chiropractors change from 2012 to 2017?
    2) In 2017, women were more likely to use yoga, meditation and chiropractors in the past 12 months than men. 3) Case-control study. Nationally representative household survey. 2012( n=34,525). 2017(n=26,742) 4) Robust survey with larger sample sizes. No visible flaws. Perhaps examine the actual questionnaire and how households were selected.
    5) Statistics From the National Health Interview Survey | NCCIH (nih.gov)

    Each student will select a topic that you would like to research. Select one of the following topics discussed

    Each student will select a topic that you would like to research.
    Select one of the following topics discussed in the text: ONE teaching strategy used to teach reading,
    math skills, science or social studies, social skills or activities of daily living to individuals with moderate to
    severe disabilities. Ie. Moderate to severe intellectual disability, moderate or severe autism.
    A paper will be submitted citing at least 5 research study articles on your topic. The participants in the
    studies CANNOT be individuals with mild disabilities ie. Behavioral disorder or a learning disability. The
    participants must be students with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities or moderate to
    severe autism. The articles should be research studies on the one teaching strategy that you have
    selected. These articles are not quoting the opinions of others on the strategy. They need to be articles
    about research studies and the outcome of that strategy. You will write a brief summary of each research
    study including the participants, the strategy, the method and the outcome. For an example of a research
    style paper, please refer to the link on APA style
    https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/18/
    This is a graduate level paper and should be written with the facts only. At no point can you use
    “I” in this paper. No personal stories or opinions can be used in a research paper.
    • Must use the American Psychological Association (APA) Format for this paper
    • Research must be published books or juried journal articles (nothing prior to 2010).
    • The articles need to be studies but not meta-analysis. One of the purposes of this paper is to
    have a working knowledge of how to use the strategy that you research. You would feel
    comfortable using this strategy with students.
    • WEBSITES CANNOT BE USED AS REFERENCES.
    • Remember to cite quotations. Quotes in papers that are not cited with the source (APA format)
    can be considered plagiarism. Limit the use of multiple quotations.
    • Failure to use the format below will result in a loss of 10 points.
    Paper FORMAT : The paper should include the following SUBHEADINGS:
    I. Introduction: One paragraph to introduce the strategy and provide
    a brief descriiption of what will be discussed in your paper. This paragraph will end with
    “This paper will discuss….” This paragraph will be followed by two or more paragraphs
    that thoroughly describe the teaching strategy.
    II. Research: discussion of research studies conducted on the use of the selected
    strategy. Summarize each study with at least one paragraph that includes the
    participants, the method, and the results. There should be at least 5 studies supporting
    the academic strategy with individuals with moderate to severe disabilities.
    III. Closing Paragraph: Restate the strategy and briefly summarize the research.
    The paper shall be at least 5-7 typed pages, double spaced only (do not use triple spacing
    between subheadings). Standard APA margins (1 inch on all sides) and 12pt font Times New
    Roman. Proofread: points will be deducted for errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, and
    failure to follow the format above.
    This is a great resource on APA format: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
    Where can you find research journals? As an Edinboro student, you have access to online
    articles from Baron- Forness library. Many articles can be accessed online. When you are on your
    MyEdinboro home page, you will notice the library has an icon that is a stack of books. If you click
    on this, it will take you to the library website. Locate “find articles”. On the Database page, there
    are multiple data bases listed that can be searched. One database that I frequently use is
    EBSCOhost or other education databases. To conduct an article search, you will need to search
    keywords to locate articles about your topic. It may take a several searches to locate research
    articles on your topic.
    A common mistake often made is that when discussing a research article-you do not include
    the title of the article. You use the author’s last name(s) only with the year of the article. Ex.
    “Westling and Fox (2019) reported that….”
    Please be aware that submission of your paper goes in to TurnItIn.com. I receive a report on the
    originality of your paper. Your paper should have no more than 25% from other sources. If your
    paper is not original or is from another source, you will receive a failing grade.

    key issues in scenario- 2 slides with thorough speaking notes

    read 2 page easy read scenario on fraud and make list of key issues (analyze key issues of case). have 2 slides made with very thorough speaking notes explaining them. Look for issues more in terms of organization and management. Also the basic issues are fine.
    example : case about harassment and bullying had main issues of harassment and bullying experienced by officers, power differientails experienced by organization, determiental effects on victims, gender bias, internal issues on reporting the bullyin, no action taken on reporting of bullying.

    The answer to only one question after the read Case: “Economic Development in Bangladesh”

    Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.
    All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

  • I need help writing a speech.
    The speech is a persuasive speech about why smaller college classes is better
    the speech needs to be from 5 to 7 min
    the speech needs to have five citation sources.
    I have attached an example of how the assignment should look like

    Please complete each question. If the question says “If you are not tutoring a child” (highlighted) please follow those Essay

    Please complete each question. If the question says “If you are not tutoring a child” (highlighted) please follow those instructions. I have included supplemental articles, the book (use when the instructions include a chapter number, that is referring to the book “The Psychology of Reading”. And the lecture slides for you to use. You do NOT need to include a reference page just use in-text citations. Please have each answer be around 1/2 to 3/4 of a page. If you have any questions please let me know. Thanks!

    Screen the following Jeff Curtow YouTube lecture video below on James Van Der Zee and discuss how he used

    English Assignment Help Screen the following Jeff Curtow YouTube lecture video below on James Van Der Zee and discuss how he used photography to study his own culture and to inform the world about it. Consider how his works teach us about the time and place he lived in. Discuss Van Der Zee’s goals and compositional style, and analyze any two of his photographs. Be sure to properly identify each work by title and connect how it applies to discussion.

    Jeff Curtow, Hist of Photography: James Van Der Zee (Links to an external site.)

    For a random sampling of Van Der Zee’s works, go to American Art at the Smithsonian (Links to an external site.) and for a sampling of his post mortem photos, go to Van Der Zee Harlem Neighborhood Photos (Links to an external site.).

    Be specific and avoid generalizing about chosen works. Remember to explain how chosen photographs fit into the discussion. Be sure to use your own words as plagiarism is a serious offense. Each paragraph should consist of at least 6 or 7 sentences. Short sentences that appear to simply meet the length quota will lose significant points. Each paragraph should be detailed, content rich, and say something of substance rather than simply filling up space.

    Remember to press reply in order to post your essay. Do not attach a file. Type directly into the text box provided.

    English Question

    Choose TWO of the videos from Listening #1 and answer the following questions in your response. You may use paragraph form or bullet points.
    1. What is the purpose the music serves? Is it for entertainment, religious worship, self-expression, something else?
    2. Who is performing? Solo singer, orchestra, singer plus orchestra?
    3. What instruments can you identify? Don’t worry if you can’t id everything – just try to pick out one or two different instruments.
    4. Why did you pick this video? Was there something interesting or compelling about the video?
    VIDEO 1
    2001: A Space Odyssey (Links to an external site.)(2001:A Space Odessey is a film directed By Stanley Kubrick (Links to an external site.) (1968); opening music from Richard Strauss’ Also Sprach Zarathustra (Links to an external site.) (1896))
    VIDEO 2
    Kol Nidrei (Links to an external site.) for the Yom Kippur (Links to an external site.) service, the Jewish Day of Atonement. Sung by Cantor Buchdahl in 2012.

    I need to write a paper of Marketing Plan for Tesla in UAE. It should include a 1. marketing

    I need to write a paper of Marketing Plan for Tesla in UAE.

    It should include a
    1. marketing strategy, SWOT analysis of marketing strategy (10% of the paper)
    2. an analysis of the marketing mix (product, price, distribution, promotion). (( 80% of the paper))
    3. financial feasibility of the marketing plan (rough calculation of marketing budget, breakeven analysis etc.) (10% of the paper)

    More details will be uploaded.

    All instructions related to the essay are listed in the attached file. Most importantly, before proceeding to write the

    All instructions related to the essay are listed in the attached file.

    Most importantly, before proceeding to write the essay, I want you to show me the structure of the essay within the first two days to get a general overview. Once the structure has been approved, the writer has 5 days to complete the essay.

    This essay talks about digital strategy and the writer must be an expert in this field because there are some managerial aspects that need to be considered while writing about challenges and solutions, otherwise please do not assign the task and return my payment.

    Corporate Financing and Human Behavior in Finance part 2 Ethical behavior is a necessary condition for shareholder wealth maximization

    Corporate Financing and Human Behavior in Finance part 2
    Ethical behavior is a necessary condition for shareholder wealth maximization as opposed to profit maximization. Do you believe the goal of the firm is always consistent with ethical considerations? What would you do if you could implement an unethical (and undetectable) action that would increase firm value? Hint: Review Agency Theory below and conduct external research (as applicable).
    Influence of Agency Theory
    A literature review of certain aspects of agency theory (Ezelle, 2011) contends the following:
    Lessening the effect of agency problems can be accomplished by offering incentives to the agent to align actions comparable to what is desired by the principal or by monitoring the behavior of the agent. Either effort to mitigate the agency problem has agency costs which are classified as bonding costs, agency costs, or residual costs (Eisenhardt, 1989; Jensen

    Health Policy In Britain Assessment specification You will write an essay of 4,000 words (excluding coversheet, references and appendices, Essay

    Health Policy In Britain
    Assessment specification

    You will write an essay of 4,000 words (excluding coversheet, references and appendices, but including tables/figures) on a policy area or topic of contemporary relevance to health policy in Britain. You are free to choose the policy area for discussion. However, you should: • focus on a fairly specific area, since attempting to cover a broad area is likely to result in a superficial analysis of the issues; • analyse the current policy context and significance of the chosen policy area, as well as its historical development; • identify and evaluate the key policies and policy processes relating to the area; • identify and evaluate the roles of key actors and stakeholders in relation to the policy area; • draw effectively and appropriately on relevant literature, evidence and theory; • explore future issues and challenges in relation to the policy area, and present relevant policy recommendations and conclusions; • adopt an analytical and critical approach to the issues throughout. Examples of suitable policy areas might include: • the changing role and influence of the medical or nursing profession; • the development of health professional regulation; • the evolving role of a healthcare-related organisation (such as NHS England or the Care Quality Commission) in developing and implementing health policy; • the role and influence of the media (or social media) in shaping a particular area of health policy; • the financing/commissioning of healthcare; • choice and competition within the NHS; • integrated or person-centred care (e.g. the integration of health and social care).

    Please pay careful attention to how you present your work, e.g.: • Present your work clearly. • State the title of the assignment clearly at the beginning. • Structure your assignments using appropriate headings and sub-headings. • Use Harvard referencing correctly and consistently (see, for example, Cite them right). • All references used in the text must be included in the reference list, and vice versa. • Avoid paragraphs that are very long or very short. • Use bulleted/numbered lists sparingly. • Use a sans-serif font (e.g. Arial, Verdana, Calibri) with a font size of 12. • Use single line spacing, leaving a blank line between paragraphs. Please do not indent paragraphs. • Include a page number at the bottom of each page.

    – The film “A Beautiful Mind” starring Russell Crowe should be rented or bought this week and watched. Next

    – The film “A Beautiful Mind” starring Russell Crowe should be rented or bought this week and watched. Next Friday, April 1, I will send out Exam #2 which will cover this movie, Aurelius Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, and Roger Bacon. The exam will include philosophical applications to the movie.
    – A..How would the following ideas from Aurelius Augustine help us better understand the life of Prof. John Nash and/or how would the following ideas have helped Prof. John Nash or any of the other characters to a better life? Terms are: illumination, Sapientia, Scientia, the perfection of the soul (in the textbook), (all 4 of these)
    samples of how the question are attached below
    if you need anything please don’t hesitate to ask me
    The answer should show that you watched the film and especially that you understand these terms. In other words, you should not just say something like “Prof. Nash should have had more sapientia in his life.” You would need to say what sapientia is, what that sapientia would look like, and to what extent the sapientia should be immediate or mediate. In other words, you have to show that you have come to grips with an understanding of the terms explained in this course.

    Any of the above terms used by Augustine should be underlined. If used more than once, the term should be underlined each time. The grade is reduced if the words are not underlined.
    The answer should be a minimum of 150 words. Try to keep the length under 300 words, but there is no specific maximum.
    – How would the following ideas from Thomas Aquinas help us better understand the life of Prof. Nash and/or how would the following ideas have helped Prof. Nash to a better life? Terms are:
    connaturality, God, telos, Cardinal Sins, Theological Virtues, four causes, potentiality, actuality, uncaused cause. (use six (6) of these)

    The answer should show that you watched the film and especially that you understand these terms. In other words, you should not just say something like “Prof. Nash should have had the correct telos in his life.” You would need to explain what a telos for Aquinas and Aristotle is, what the telos would be based upon, and to what extent his telos should be consistent with Greek and Catholic philosophies.

    Any of the above terms used by Aquinas should be underlined. If used more than once, the term should be underlined each time. Grade reduced if not underlined.
    The number of words is the same as for Question #1.
    – My Analytics from youtube reveals that too few of you are keeping up with the videos — #16, #17, #18, #19, #20, #21.
    youtube links
    -lecture 16-https://youtu.be/F6UV7Gkc10E
    -lecture 17-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=313I8Ri6fc8
    lecture 18-https://youtu.be/h3eaUycnBkU.
    lecture 19-https://s.real.com/0Zny33
    lecture 20-https://youtu.be/CVkQSMuUQB0
    lecture 21 – https://youtu.be/QePF7YQ5iT8

    pharmaceutical sciences

    CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a learning outcomeData analysisAnalysis of the given data was performed correctly and presented in a clear and accurate manner.
    15 PtsFull Marks
    15 to >7.5 PtsProficient
    Data analysis and/or its presentation have some weaknesses, but overall is generally clear and accurate
    7.5 to >0.0 PtsWeak
    There are critical flaws in the data analysis and/or its presentation
    0 PtsNo Marks
    15 pts
    This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeDiscussion of resultsThe results of the completed data analysis are clear and accurate and thoughtfully relate to course concepts.
    15 PtsFull Marks
    15 to >7.5 PtsProficient
    Analysis has some weaknesses but overall it is clear and accurate
    7.5 to >0.0 PtsWeak
    There are critical flaws in the analysis
    0 PtsNo Marks
    15 pts
    This criterion is linked to a learning outcomeOverall clarity of reportSpelling, grammar, formatting, citations, and other elements have been edited and refined to produce a report that is easy to read and understand.
    10 PtsFull Marks
    10 to >5.0 PtsProficient
    Overall product has only minor weaknesses and all assignment requirements were met. Clear and easy to follow.
    5 to >0.0 PtsWeak
    Overall product has multiple weaknesses and/or is missing assignment requirements. Report is unclear and difficult to follow.
    0 PtsNo Marks
    10 pts

    MGT211 Human Resource Management

    Read the case given and answer the questions:
    Back Space (BS) was well-regarded as an employer of choice for many years before missing out on a Best Employers list they were used to appearing on. The experience prompted them to return to their core values and regularly measure their performance to ensure their actions were delivering results. People who work at BS are called partners. They believe that great guest experiences begin with great partner experiences. The partner experience is one of the key success indicators for the company. Employee engagement, leadership, enablement, alignment, and development are measured. They seek feedback frequently because the feedback helps drive their business strategies. Past survey feedback has contributed to company initiatives and programs like Vision Goals (a goal setting and personal development program), guest experience training delivered via eLearning, and changes to their compensation and benefits program. “The BS Experience is about leadership, it’s about people, it’s about development and growth, and we have fun,” says Kareem, Senior Manager of Strategy at Back Space. “Our company’s soul is to live a large, purposeful life filled with fun, and so we try to inject that through all our communications, training programs, and make sure it’s integrated into everything we do at BS.” BS conducted a pulse survey specifically for their kitchen partners. They had been getting some feedback that front-of-house employees were getting a lot of training and back of-house partners wanted that as well. With the survey, BS was able to ascertain those employees needed to feel more connected to their culture, as well as what was needed in terms of training and development. This feedback would help mold future programs and initiatives that have a direct impact on kitchen partners. The surveys would also help garner feedback regarding new programs. Back Space launched a new guest experience training program that was provided to all their front-of-house partners. In the past, it was face-to-face training that took place in the store when a partner was first hired. Later, the course was shifted to a combination of face-to-face training and eLearning. Having not done a lot of eLearning, BS designed a survey to see how effective the new training was and how they could improve it.
    Assignment Questions: M.M.10
    1. What is the role of training for employees in the above case? (2.5 Marks)
    2. How did the feedback system in the above situation generate benefits for Back Space? (1.5Marks)
    3. “Do training impacts employee development” Comment (2.5Marks)
    4. According to your views do you find Kareem committed to Employee Development? (1.5Marks)
    5. Point out any two major differences between training and development (2Marks)

    The answer to only one question after the read Case: “Economic Development in Bangladesh”

    Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.
    All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

    I need help with english

    Submit the completed rough draft of your Prospectus here. Please make sure this is formatted in MLA (follow style and citation guidelines), and make sure to post your submission as a Word doc. or Google doc. as a PDF file.
    After your title, this draft should include the following sections ALL LISTED as subheadings in your paper – here is a link to the example of how this should look before submitting your draft – Clean Example Prospectus without comments<link. Download Clean Example Prospectus without comments<link.
    1. Introduction (Includes your research question at the end)
    2. Benefits for the Audience (Details the importance of your research to a specific and ideal audience)
    3. Basis for Research (Explains why you chose this topic to research – why it matters to you)
    4. Review of Research (Complete a review of 4 sources with title and author, summary of each, and finding examples of ethos, pathos, or logos, with a statement at the end that suggests how this source will help support or answer your research question).
    5. Works Cited page (List of sources in alphabetical order in MLA format)
    Your Final Draft will be based on the feedback I provide for this draft, and will be due next week (Week 12), so look for the feedback I offer on this rough draft submission before making your revisions for the final draft of the Prospectus. I will send an announcement when I have the feedback for this rough draft completed.

    Cryptographic Algorithms

    You have been asked to mentor a new employee who has suggested that
    asymmetric algorithms should be used whenever encryption is required, due to
    the increased bit-length. Write a detailed email (300-400 words) explaining the
    different types of algorithms and why the employee’s suggestion is not feasible.

    Demography lab

    I’m working on an ecology project and need support to help me learn.
    answer the questions on the word doc with the pictures attached(figures of mortality, survivorship, life expectancy, and t-test result) also a slide explaining the topic will be sent to you too. do not bid if you are not familiar with r studio cloud