To complete this assignment, review the prompt and grading rubric in the Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric document. When you have finished your work, submit the assignment here for grading and instructor feedback.
Use the Final Project Part One Template to help complete this assignment.
1. Read this article about Goodwill. If the link doesn’t work, please cut and paste: https://aliceminium.medium.com/the-dark-reality-behind-americas-greatest-thrift-store-empire-183967087a1e
2. Describe three ethical principles discussed in Chapter 1 and use them to explore whether Goodwill is or is not an ethical business. Write down your thoughts, using the ethical principles discussed in the textbook
3. Arrive at a conclusion, for the sake of discussion purposes.
Write a 400-word single-spaced paper in five paragraph format. In addition to using excerpts from the textbook, please include two quotes from other sources properly identified with quotation marks and in-line citations. Include a meaningful title and a reference list.
SEED Lab Mitnick Attack and Network Sniffing and Spoofing
SEED Lab 2Network Sniffing and Spoofing
This lab will provide hands-on experience for students to understand packet sniffing and spoofing, two important concepts in network security. It is essential to understand these attacks to develop mitigation strategies against them, as both are major threats to network communication. Complete the SEED lab found at the link below.
After completing the activity, take a screenshot showing that each step has been completed. Paste these screenshots in a Microsoft Word document and explain every step.
Encapsulating Data and Writing to a File
Writing Assignment Help This part of the project involves creating a form to input Employees. The employee information will then be written to a file. Read the Project guide provided and the project video link for instructions and details to help guide you through your efforts.
YOU WILL NEED TO FILL OUT THE WORD DOCUMENT. Instructions For this first milestone, you will identify the public
YOU WILL NEED TO FILL OUT THE WORD DOCUMENT.
For this first milestone, you will identify the public health issue you have chosen to research for your policy or program evaluation. In a brief but formal summary of purpose, you will outline the purpose and significance of the public health issue and identify the overall goals of the policy or program. In addition, you will produce a needs and capacity assessment identifying resources and assets the community already has, additional resources that would be needed, and a justification of need for this policy or program using data-based academic resources.
To complete this assignment, review the Needs and Capacity Matrix Template and Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric documents.
(Full 2-3 page paper, double spaced.) Compare how Charles Octavius Boothe and Beth Felker Jones treat the doctrine of
(Full 2-3 page paper, double spaced.)
Compare how Charles Octavius Boothe and Beth Felker Jones treat the doctrine of Last Things, using appropriate citation in well referenced quotation or paraphrase from the PTPP and PCD textbooks, and your own analysis.
You may choose to focus on and Already OR a Not Yet element of Last Things in their accounts. You must focus rather than give a general overview. You could write about concerns they both share or about a matter one majors on and the other does not, offering your explanation of what you think is going on.
Make note of and assess the significance of the Scriptures they use: the ones they both draw attention to as vital for their presentation, and those they point to individually.
Make note of and assess the way in which they address their reading audience, and assess the significance of any differences or commonalities you discern.
Conclude by observing how you see yourself in relation to the intended audience you discern, answering the question: which of these treatments of Last Things spoke more clearly to me to inform my learning, and why?
You may, and are strongly encouraged to, write your answers in the first person, while keeping an academic register appropriate for college academics. If that is uncomfortable for you due to your training in third person passive constructions, that too is acceptable.
Formatting for references and citations should be in keeping with your major or any one of our class textbooks. If you quote from anywhere make sure it is obvious with speech marks – DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! If you include a cover page or a works cited page these do not contribute to your page count.