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i need some one to read a book called Feed by M.T. Anderson and answer 8 questions and reply back to two of my classmates answers. the questions will be from page 204- end. i can provide the 6 questions when the assigmnet has been accepted. Only requirment is the answer must be correct must have good writing skills and must have acess to the book. 

1. On page 217, Violet tells us that all her ideas about what is good in life come from the opening credits of sitcoms she has seen on the Feed. She asks Titus, “What am I, without the feed?” What do you think she means by this statement? Why does she ask this question? (at least 3 sentences please)2. What is the significance of Violet’s list? Why do you think she writes it? What is the nature of the items on the list, and why are these things important to her?

(at least 4 sentences please)

3. As Violet’s memory starts to decline, she says to Titus, “I’m afraid I’m going to lose my past. Who are we, if we don’t have a past?” (253). What do you think Anderson is trying to say to us when he has Violet ask this question? (at least 3 sentences please)

4.Explain why you think Titus acts the way he does as Violet is dying. Be specific. (at least 4 sentences please)

5. Do you recommend I use “Feed” again next semester? Why or why not? (at least 3 sentences please)

6. Please rank this book on a scale of 1 to 5.

so you can choose two questions out of three and only answer two of them

Disscussion 1. What is the significance of Violet’s list? Why do you think she writes it? What is the nature of the items on the list, and why are these things important to her?

Disscusion 2 .As Violet’s memory starts to decline, she says to Titus, “I’m afraid I’m going to lose my past. Who are we, if we don’t have a past?” (253). What do you think Anderson is trying to say to us when he has Violet ask this question?

Disscusion 3. Explain why you think Titus acts the way he does as Violet is dying. Be specific.

this is what one of my classmates said for the question Explain why you think Titus acts the way he does as Violet is dying.

He doesn’t want to be in a relationship and fall deeply in love with someone knowing that their is a chance of them dying. He tries to be there for Violet but it’s really hard on him because he doesn’t want to lose her. Losing Violet to him would be like losing his best friend and it kills him. He hates seeing how Violet is slowly dying in front of him and he can’t do anything about it except sitting and watching her.

can you reply to him please

can you also reply back to this please and thank you !Violet’s list is what a person’s “bucket list” is today, in our world. It is a list comprised of things we wish to do before we move on to the next life. Violet is making this list of things she wished to do because she feels that her life is coming to an end. Most of the things on her list are adventurous and would years to complete but Violet knows that she doesn’t have years left to live, this shows the reader her strength to dream about her future even when she sadly won’t have one long enough to fulfill these wishes.

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1.On pages 116 and 117, we find out that babies are “created” in part by parents telling geneticists what they want their children to look like. If this creation process were to have happened to you, what ways would your life be different? (at least 4 sentences please)

2.On page 143, Titus explains to us that Violet has a process for getting enjoyment out of life that involves delaying gratification. Do you think the instant gratification of our wants and needs increases or decreases our enjoyment? Why? (at least 3 sentences please)

3.In the chapter called “nudging again” on pages 151-156, Titus tells us about another “dream.” Something is also happening to Violet in this passage. What do you think is happening to Titus and Violet in this chapter? (at least 4 sentences please)

4.On page 159, Quendy admits to wearing clothing from the “Kent State Collection.” A quick dig into history tells us that the Kent State Shootings occurred in 1970 on a college campus much like ours. The Ohio State Guard opened fire on unarmed college students who were protesting the U.S.’s mass bombing of Cambodia (a neutral country) during the Vietnam War. Four students died and nine more were wounded, which elicited school strikes of 4 million college and high school students around the country. What do you think Anderson is saying when he takes this historical event and turns it into a fashion statement for the novel’s characters? (at least 3 sentences please)

5.When Quendy gets her artificial lesions, Violet says, “The only thing worse than the thought it may all come tumbling down is the thought that we may go on like this forever” (193). What do you think Violet is talking about? Why do you think she is so depressed or hopeless about her current world? (at least 4 sentences please)

6.On page 202, Violet loses her temper with the others and says, “Look at us! You don’t have the feed! You are feed! You’re feed! You’re being eaten! You’re raised for food! Look at what you’ve made yourselves!” What do you think Violet means by this? (at least 3 sentences please

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Disscussion 1. Using any part of the novel, but especially chapters 7-12, discuss how the Brave New World’s society deals with aging and illness. Use specific examples. Why do the leaders treat the elderly and sick this way?

Disscussion 2. Why does Linda not return to London after she is left there? What makes her stay on the reservation instead of reaching out for help?

Disscussion 3. When the Director and Henry Foster are discussing Bernard at the beginning of chapter 10, the Director says, “The greater a man’s talents, the greater his power to lead astray. It is better that one should suffer than that many should be corrupted…no offence is so heinous as unorthodoxy of behavior. Murder kills only the individual–and, after all, what is an individual?” (148). Given this explanation, why is Bernard in trouble back in London?

Disscussion 4. On pages 160 and 161, Huxley juxtaposes a scene with John “the Savage” retching when he sees the multiple sets of Gammas and Epsilons with a scene where Bernard reflects on the oddity of John NOT being repulsed by his mother’s appearance. Why do you think Huxley writes these two scenes back-to-back? What is he trying to say?

Disscussion 5. On page 177, Mustapha Mond refuses to publish a scholar’s paper and decides instead that its author needs to be supervised and possibly banished. Mond says that doing this is better than leading the masses to think that life’s “goal was somewhere beyond, somewhere outside the present human sphere; that the purpose of life was not the maintenance of well-being, but some intensification and refining of consciousness, some enlargement of knowledge.” He then admits: “Which was…quite possibly true. But not, in the present circumstance, admissible.” Why has Mond made this decision? What is he saying about the masses here?

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This week’s discussion come directly from our textbook. It is important to remember that you are reading law and as such it is written in a particular way that is very formal. The authors do provide a summary and the questions I ask are not very specific. So focus on the general theme and keep in mind that I want you to demonstrate a general understanding, but this is all open book, because today you can easily use a smart phone to look anything up. No fact is impossible to find. What matters is “Do you understand what it means?”

I will be phasing in questions. They will start on from the general and go to the specific, thus allowing you to demonstrate some of the impressive analytical skills week 2. Please do not be shy with your responses. There is really no “wrong” response. If something is not exactly precise it is an opportunity to elaborate. Finally do look for guides, additional readings and so on in the Materials/Contents section. I will also try to email you everything.

This week is very open-ended. We are making an effort to understand the evolving and fluid nature of the relationship between the national government and the state governments. The authors of our text have divided up the topic into sections:

  1. What is the principle of federalism (think of the distinction between Dual and cooperative federalism?
  2. What is the significance each of the Tenth and Eleventh Amendments?

Because of the complexity of this topic, please take the time to understand each section and then respond to the following question:

1. In a world where local, state and national borders are meaningless from the vantage point of some issues, such as pandemics, climate, and other phenomena such as the transfer of ideas, images, and tastes, how do you understand the relative power of the national government in relation to the state and local government as illustrated by the Supreme Court in the United States?

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The Marketing Plan Outline

  • You need to develop something new for your project. You can have a completely new product or service, but there are two better options. One is to modify an existing product or service (e.g., add some features) and pick a market for it. Another option is to bring something new to a market (e.g., bring a new franchise or open a new store at Mankato). You need to do some research (e.g., online) to get necessary information (e.g., numbers). Remember that all your discussions should be very specific to your new product and your selected target market.  
  • There is no page requirement for each section, but your report must cover all of the following topics and your analysis should be specific and detailed. It will hurt your grade if you miss any of them.  
  1. Title Page 
  2. Table of Contents 
  3. Executive Cover Memo 
  4. Why: background information and problems 
  5. What: describe the new product that can solve the problems 
  6. How: next steps 
  7. Describe your new product concept (Chapter 4; Figure 4.4). 
  8. Forecast the sales for your new product (Chapter 9). You need to justify your numbers (e.g., references). 
  9. Marketing Objectives (e.g., sales, profits, market share, product, pricing, promotion, and distribution). The objectives should be specific (numbers), measurable, realistic, and have a timetable (when to achieve). 
  10. Marketing Strategies (4Ps) (Focus on the product and pricing strategies) 
  11. Product  
  • The product protocol (follow Figure 10.4; see Chapter 14 for some ideas) 
  1. Pricing 
  • A discussion of price elasticity (get a number for your product category from references and argue why it is elastic or inelastic) 
  • Skimming vs. penetration vs. in-line (Justify your selection) 
  • Others (e.g., various discounts) (see Chapter 11) 
  1. Promotion 
  • How much to spend and which media to use? 
  • Promotional messages 
  • Timetable 
  • Effectiveness measure 
  1. Distribution 
  2. For products, you need to discuss what channels you use to reach your customers (e.g., direct, wholesaling, and/or retailing). You also need to indicate the types of intermediaries you use for selling your products (e.g., discount store and supermarket). 
  3. For services, you need to provide your plan for location and hours of operations. You also need to describe how your service plan manage demand and capacity, e.g., differentiate offerings and prices depending on the time of the day, the day of the week, and the season of the year; adjust locations, numbers of employees, and/or hours of operations to meet demand; and so on. 
  4. Financial Documents and Evaluation 
  5. Cost estimation (see the cost classification table) 
  6. Sales and profit 
  7. Break-even analysis

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Hi, I have an online biennial meeting sessions on zoom by the ICPSR website. and please I need you to attend at least 2 of these sessions and answer the 2 questions on the assignment attached. I will provide you with the links for the session and my email and my name since they gonna ask you for my name and my email once you get into the session. you don’t have to open your camera or your mice though. please I need you to be online for tomorrows session, since its scheduled from the morning till afternoon, so please be online tomorrow morning from 10 am until 4 pm. I need to pick the best session that can match with our class’s readings which is political science research methods class and I will send you the links for the zoom meetings.

– a quick summary for the time and the location for the session on iscpsr: Unlike previous years, which were limited by physical space, the ICPSR Biennial Meeting 2021 is fully virtual and open to the public. Please invite interested colleagues, students, and others.

This event serves as an opportunity for researchers, teaching faculty, librarians, policymakers, students, data professionals, journalists, and more to virtually gather and share ideas that will aid us as a data community to deliver greater research impact.

There are no registration fees for this event.

Workshops, presentations, and networking sessions will all take place virtually through platforms such as Zoom and Kumospace.

The event begins on October 6th, with presentations taking place between 10 am ET and 5 pm ET. Additional networking opportunities take place each morning before presentations begin, and optional pre-conference activities will be available on October 5th.

Following the event, presentation materials and recordings will be posted on the Program & Workshops pages here as well as on ICPSR’s YouTube Channel. ( note: not all the session are available on youtube)

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I need some one who can get acess to Brave New World by Aldous Huxley They Say/I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing by Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein (I will be using the 4th edition of this book) and answer 6 – 8 questions about 3-4 sentences long and eply back to two of my classmates. You dont have to read the whole book just from chapter 1-4.

1.In Chapter 1, we are introduced to the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre, where many of the main characters work. What does this place to? What is its role in the society we are reading about? (at least 4 sentences please)

2.How does the society we are reading about guarantee that “all people like their unescapable social destiny” (16)? (at least 2 sentences please)

3.Explain in your own words why the masses are conditioned to hate nature. Refer to pages 22 and 23. (at least 3 sentences please)

4.The people in Brave New World have “the conscription of consumption” (49) where they are compelled (likely through hypnosis and other social means) to consume so much per year. Why would the leaders make this requirement of the people? (at least 3 sentences please)

5.We learn in Chapter 3 that “progress” for this society is defined as ridding the world of religion, passion, reading, and thinking and replacing these things with work, sex, and pleasure (54-55). If we assume that Huxley is making social commentary here, what do you think he might be saying? What might he want us to consider when we read about this society’s philosophies? (at least 4 sentences please)

6.Throughout Chapter 4, we learn that both Helmhotz Watson and Bernard Marx feel like outsiders in their communities. Huxley tells us on page 67, “What the two men shared was the knowledge that they were individuals” and that this individualism causes each of them some discomfort, or even unhappiness. What do you think Huxley’s message here might be? What is he trying to tell us when he shows us that individuality and unhappiness might be linked? (at least 3 sentences please)  

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You have been working as a nurse in the adult oncology unit for the past year. You have developed a close relationship with many of your patients, but Mr. Newcomb has a special place in your heart. He has been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer and has undergone aggressive chemotherapy. Each day his wife has come to the unit to be with her husband. They have been married for over 40 years and share a deep love.

Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb have made the decision to no longer continue with treatment and have decided that hospice care is needed. Over the past few days, you have watched Mr. Newcomb’s health decline, and you can tell from your experience that he does not have much time left to live. Mr. Newcomb has been very open about discussing his death, and you have had the opportunity to learn about his life and the legacy he will leave behind.
 

While you are completing your rounds, you stop in Mr. Newcomb’s room to see how he is doing. You ask, “Is there anything else I can do for you?” Mr. Newcomb has rarely asked for anything, but today he has one request. Mr. Newcomb states, “Before I die, I would like to see my mistress one more time. Mrs. Newcomb is always here. Do you think you could tell her that I will be busy for a few hours tomorrow so I can make arrangements to see my mistress one more time?”
 

Reflect on the following questions before you begin working on this task:

  What would you do in this scenario?

  How can your knowledge of ethical principles be utilized to determine your response to Mr. Newcomb?

  How would this affect you as a nurse and direct provider of care for Mr. Newcomb?
 

REQUIREMENTS

Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. An originality report is provided when you submit your task that can be used as a guide.

  • You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.
  • A.  Summarize how the principles of beneficence, non-maleficence, autonomy, and justice apply to the scenario by doing the following:
  • 1.  Describe how you would respond to Mr. Newcomb’s request.

2.  Evaluate how you applied the principles of beneficence, non-maleficence, autonomy, and justice to the scenario.

3.  Examine how personal beliefs and values influenced your response to the scenario.

4.  Describe three strategies to promote self-care.
 

B.  Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.

Rubric

-The description of how the candidate would respond to Mr. Newcomb’s request is relevant.

– The evaluation accurately addresses how the candidate applied the given principles to the scenario and is supported.

– The examination of how personal beliefs and values influenced the candidate’s response to the clinical scenario is relevant and supported.

– The description of three strategies to promote self-care is relevant.

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