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The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

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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.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font.

Submissions without cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment 3

Submission Date by students: Before the end of Week 13

Place of Submission: Students Grade Centre via blackboard.

Weight: 05 Marks

CLO: Develop the ability to rise to ethical issues and challenges in the context of public management.

We expect you to answer each question as per instructions in the assignment. You will find it useful to keep the following points in mind. The assignment with be evaluated in terms of your planning, organization and the way you present your assignment. All the three section will carry equal weightage

Kindly read the instruction carefully and prepare your assignment accordingly.

1) Planning: Read the assignments carefully, go through the Units on which they are based. Make some points regarding each question and then rearrange them in a logical order. (1.5 Marks)

2) Organisation: Be a little selective and analytical before drawing up a rough outline of your answer. Give adequate attention to question’s introduction and conclusion. (1.5 Marks)

Make sure that:

a) The answer is logical and coherent

b) It has clear connections between sentences and paragraphs

c) The presentation is correct in your own expression and style.

3) Presentation: Once you are satisfied with your answer, you can write down the final version for submission. If you so desire, you may underline the points you wish to emphasize. Make sure that the answer is within the stipulated word limit. (2 Marks)

Write an essay in about 1000-1200 words on the following topic.

Provide a statement explaining your own personal code of ethics. Include at least 4 codes in your answer with enough explanation and examples. Refer to concepts learned in class or in the textbook and link them to your justification.

In addition, discuss whether personal code of ethics could clash with organizational ethics. Some people believe, that personal ethics and organization’s ethics are two different and unrelated concepts. Others, believe that personal ethics should be applied to organization’s ethics. Is it possible that our personal beliefs and ethics are applicable to our work? Discuss.

Important: You are required to present at least three scholarly journals to support your answers

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Answer the questions.

you will complete 10 short answer essay questions that focus on the course readings and videos. Final essay answers must be attached as Word documents to the appropriate assignment page, not typed into the assignment student comments boxes. In addition to APA formatted citations and references with each answer, an APA title page and reference page are required. Each question should be answered clearly and numbered. Students will answer each question thoroughly and completely (approximately 300 words for each question, more if needed), providing examples where required.

Answer the questions below in your Final exam.

  1. How do we experience taste? Be sure to discuss the composite of the five basic taste sensations. After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.
  2. How does our sense of smell work? Discuss the concept that our sense of smell is directly connected to the brain. After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.
  3. How do our senses monitor our body’s position and movement? Discuss factors which may influence our vestibular senses. After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.
  4. What did the Gestalt psychologists contribute to our understanding of how the brain organizes sensation into perceptions? After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.
  5. How do the principles of figure-ground and apparent movement contribute to our perception of form? Discuss how the roles of proximity, similarity, continuity, connectedness, and enclosure impact the order and form of stimuli during the organizational process.
  6. How do we see the world in three dimensions? Be sure to discuss the research on visual cliffs, binocular cues, retinal disparity, and monocular cues.
  7. How does perceptual constancy help us to organize our sensations into meaningful perceptions? Include a discussion of how perceptual constancy helps explain several well known visual illusions, such as the Moon and the Ames Room illusions.
  8. What does research on sensory restriction and restored vision reveal about the effects of experience on perception? After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.
  9. How adaptable is our ability to perceive the world around us? Discuss the biological components involved in vision and the brain’s ability to adapt to body movement. After you have fully and completely answered this question from a biological perspective, include a relevant example which illustrates your answer.
  10. Describe the following, which are related physiological mechanisms that are involved in determining cognitive and experiential aspects of pain perception: gate-control model; opiates and pain: the physiology of the placebo effect.

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Answer the questions

1. Referring to the BBC documentary “Thales in the jungle-Margared Mead” and the course lecture of this week, give some examples of the limitations of biology and culture (“it’s answering the question “Are human beings simply the product of their nature or their culture)? – Max. 200 words

2. Reading Log on the story below. Think of these questions: what makes a good story? What are some elements of a strong story? (use VOICES from your Course Presentation as a guide, too). Keep your Reading Log until it’s due.

Reading Log: Write about 100 words, answer the focus questions, use VOICES. Do not write a summary of the story. Note the due date for all the Reading Logs–is in your Course Presentation.

Read: “Three TshakaPesh Dreams” by Samuel Archibald: https://thewalrus.ca/three-tshakapesh-dreams/


3. HW: Watch IMAGE AND IMAGERY: https://courses.kpu.ca/mod/kalvidres/view.php?id=2… AND and

Watch IMAGERY & IMAGINATION and the other 2 videos, read and do some of the childhood memory questions–use some of them in your story. Prepare to post parts of your story next week for peer comments. MUST BE 1500-1800 WORDS

FOR EXAMPLE, THE STORY COULD BE ABOUT – YOU COULD WRITE ABOUT CHILDHOOD MEMORIES WITH YOUR FAMILY OR PARENTS. OR MORE EX BELOW:

-EXAMPLE for the story: Your hero (whatever gender or non-binary/outside cisnormativity), and their obstacles before the climax. This is a basic arc, but there are many others you can google.

Though I don’t necessarily agree with the climax, you can see more here about Of Mice and Men: https://prezi.com/2xesmg_vgdir/of-mice-and-men-story-arc/

This one is for younger people, but I like the simplicity of the Storyboard. I think it’s effective and useful: http://www.storyboardthat.com/teacher-guide/of-mice-and-men-by-john-steinbeck

If you’re more a Quest/Journey Person, this one is for you: http://www.dailywritingtips.com/how-to-structure-a-story-the-eight-point-arc/

ANOTHER EXAMPLE: Early Thursday evening, mom was in the kitchen making dinner. The smell of tomatoes and oregano wafting towards us, and the fact that she rarely switched up the dinner routine meant it was probably spaghetti. I liked her spaghetti, it was better than almost everything she made, except maybe shepherd’s pie.

I was bored out of my skull sitting on the floor of my room. Maddie sat on the lower bunk of my bed, playing Zelda on my Nintendo 64. She was stuck in the fire dungeon of Mount Doom for the last two days, pushing around giant blocks and getting set on fire by bats. I was further ahead in the game so I got a kick out of watching her character die over and over. As usual, my requests to play got blatantly ignored except for the occasional swat and “NO, Shut-Up!”.

So I stayed put on the carpeted floor, fiddling with the shiny copper coloured key I picked up from our coffee table the other day. I held it up in the evening glow, viewing the metallic mountains in the fading light. As any kid does with most things, I put it in my mouth to see if it tasted as good as it looked. An unwelcome iron-like taste filled my mouth, same as when I decided my pocket change allowance looked appetizing.

I looked around the room, the pale white walls of our rented home reflecting the sunset. The curious face of the wall outlet looked at me, its wide eyes begging to see the cascading mountains in my hands. The key’s copper hills shone, meant to fill those empty eyes. Leaning forward I shared the view with my friend on the wall, followed by an avalanche of energy blasting from my hands to my feet. CONT…

YOU MUST USE SOME OF THE CHILDHOOD MEMORIES BELOW IN YOUR STORY:

Writing Prompts That Jog Childhood Memories:

  1. Describe one of your earliest childhood memories. How old were you? What bits and pieces can you recall?
  2. Who was your best childhood friend? Write about some of the fun things you used to do together.
  3. Can you remember your mom’s or grandmother’s kitchen? Use sight and smell words to describe it.
  4. Describe the most unusual or memorable place you have lived.
  5. Did you have your own bedroom growing up, or did you share with a sibling? Describe your room.
  6. Were you shy as a child? Bossy? Obnoxious? Describe several of your childhood character traits. How did those qualities show themselves? Are you still that way today?
  7. What childhood memories of your mother and father do you have? Describe a couple of snapshot moments.
  8. Write about a holiday memory. Where did you go? What did you do? What foods do you remember?
  9. Describe your favorite hideaway.
  10. Did you attend a traditional school, or were you educated at home? Describe a school-related memory.
  11. Think of a time when you did something you shouldn’t have done. Describe both the incident and the feelings they created.
  12. Have you ever needed stitches, broken a bone, or been hospitalized? Describe a childhood injury or illness.
  13. Do you have quirky or interesting relatives on your family tree? Describe one or two of them.
  14. Describe your most memorable family vacation. Where did you go? Did something exciting or unusual happen? Did you eat new or unique foods?
  15. Did you grow up with family traditions? Describe one.
  16. Books can be childhood friends. What were some of your favorites? Why were they special?
  17. Describe a game or activity you used to play with a sibling.
  18. What were some of your favorite television shows as a child?
  19. What was your most beloved toy? Describe its shape, appearance, and texture. What feelings come to mind when you think of that toy?
  20. Think of a childhood event that made you feel anxious or scared. Describe both the event itself and the feelings it stirred up.
  21. Write about some sayings, expressions, or advice you heard at home when you were growing up. Who said them? What did they mean? Do you use any of those expressions today?
  22. What are your happiest childhood memories? Describe one event and the feelings associated with it.

4. Reading Log on story: “Cowan” by Kris Bertan: https://thewalrus.ca/cowan/ MUST BE 100-150 WORDS

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I’m stuck on a Computer Science question and need an explanation.

1. Is AI a science, or is it engineering? Or neither or both? Explain.

2. How could introspection—reporting on one’s inner thoughts—be inaccurate? Could I be wrong about what I’m thinking? Discuss.

3. To what extent are the following computer systems instances of artificial intelligence: • Supermarket bar code scanners.
• Web search engines.
• Voice-activated telephone menus.

4. Consider a modified version of the vacuum environment (presented in class), in which the geography of the environment – its extent, boundaries, and obstacles – is unknown, as is the initial dirt configuration. (The agent can go Up and Down as well as Left and Right.)

a. Can a simple reflex agent be perfectly rational for this environment? Explain.

b. Can a simple reflex agent with a randomized agent function outperform a simple reflex agent? Explain. Describe the design of your randomized agent.

5. Every year the Loebner prize is awarded to the program that comes closest to passing a version of the Turing test. Research and report (1/2 page) on the latest winner of the Loebner prize. What techniques does it use? How does it advance the state of the art in AI?

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