Writing Question

Question 1:

Considering the DNP project you plan to do and the AACN DNP Essentials:

I. Scientific Underpinnings for Practice
II. Organizational and Systems Leadership for Quality Improvement and Systems Thinking
III. Clinical Scholarship and Analytical Methods for Evidence-Based Practice
IV. Information Systems/Technology and Patient Care Technology for the Improvement and Transformation of Health Care
V. Health Care Policy for Advocacy in Health Care
VI. Interprofessional Collaboration for Improving Patient and Population Health Outcomes
VII. Clinical Prevention and Population Health for Improving the Nation’s Health
VIII. Advanced Nursing Practice

Describe how the AACN Essentials were established and how your project will meet each of these Essentials. The proper citation for the AACN Essentials is: American Association of Colleges of Nurses. (2006). The essentials of doctoral education for advanced nursing practice.https://www.aacnnursing.org/Portals/42/Publications/DNPEssentials.pdf

Support your essay with at least 3 references, but more credit will be given if you exceed 3. Organize your essay with a title, an introduction, level headings, and a conclusion. Correct English grammar and APA style references/citations are expected. You will not be able to use bold font or italicize.

750-1,000 words per essay and in APA format

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The question are based on the following topics:

AACN DNP Essentials (See https://www.aacnnursing.org/Portals/42/Publications/DNPEssentials.pdf)

Scientific Underpinnings for Practice

Organization and Systems Leadership for Quality Improvement and Systems Thinking

Clinical Scholarship and Analytical Methods for Evidence Based Practice

Information Systems/Technology and Patient Care Technology for the Improvement and Transformation of Health Care

Health Care Policy for Advocacy in Health Care

Interprofessional Collaboration for Improving Patient and Population Health Outcomes

Clinical Prevention and Population Health for Improving the Nation’s Health

Advancing Nursing Practice

Helpful hints:

Be sure to COMPLETELY answer the question.

Organize your thoughts with a title, an introduction (and thesis), level headings, and conclusion.

Support your ideas with citations and references in APA style.

Use correct grammar, spelling, paragraphing, etc.

Be sure to be able to explain how your proposed DNP project aligns with each of these Essentials.

*I need this assignment to be done in 2 hours and I need the first part in an hour so I can manually type it.

*Reference should be from books or ebooks. No website link as reference

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Writing Question

discuss the meaning of fan behavior and observations of fan behavior in 4 to 5 pages. Specifically, you will:

  • Discuss Social Identity Theory and its impact on the study of sport fan behavior.
  • Discuss BIRGing, CORFing, BIRFing, and CORSing, and how they impact sport fans.
    • Identify your likelihood to experience BIRGing and CORFing from the text.
  • Discuss how favorite team performance impacts fan behavior..
  • Using your own behavior as a fan, analyze and discuss your own behaviors while watching a favored team play.

You will create your paper in Word format, using 1 -inch margins, 12 point, Times New Roman font. You will include a cover page (not included in the page requirements) with the following information: Name, SLC 4622/6622 M50, Date, Sport Fan Behavior Paper. You will also include a References page (also not included in the page requirements). The paper Headings should follow the format below (HEADINGS SHOULD APPEAR EXACTLY AS THEY DO BELOW).

Fan Behavior

(discuss Social Identity Theory)

Winning, Losing, and Sport Fans

(discuss BIRGing, CORFing, BIRFing, CORSing, and team performance

Basking in Reflected Glory (BIRGing) – BIRGing means that after a win or success, more people are going to identify with a team

Cutting Off Reflected Failure (CORFing – , after some sort of failure, people will push away from a team because it re-flects negatively on them. following non-wins (losses or ties), students tended not to wear clothing that identified them with the team or school and used distancing words such as “they” to describe game outcomes

Basking In spite of Reflected Failure (BIRFing) BIRFing describes the loyal fan of a historically unsuccessful team. Examples include the fan base for the Chicago Cubs or the fan base for the Boston Red Sox before they won the 2016 and 2004 World Series’s, respectively. Chicago Cubs fans and fans of historically underperforming teams seem like they wear their fandom, and sometimes negative consequences of their fandom, as a badge of honor.

Cutting Off Reflected Success (CORSing) CORFing may occur when some of those die-hard fans don’t appreciate some of the things their team has done to be successful. die-hard fans actually cut off that reflected success. Maybe they don’t see the suc-cess as being genuine or they believe the organization gave up on some of their values.

Grading Criteria:

Fan Behavior – 20%

Winning, Losing, and Sport Fans – 20%

Fan Dysfunction – 20%

Comparison to Personal Fan Behavior – 30%

Formatting/Spelling/Headings/Citations – 10%

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Writing Question

Research and write a short analysis of the globalization of one place in the present. Specifically, your case study should

  1. identify, describe and analyze the present state or condition of a place (for example, why is Somalia a failed state?), or identify and analyze a significant/noteworthy event or set of related events that occurred recently or are ongoing in a place (for example, why have Ghana and the Ivory Coast formed a cocoa cartel? or, why are there “caravans” of migrants pouring out of Honduras?), and
  2. identify what dimensions of globalization and/or development, as we have studied them in this class, are necessary to adequately understand the historical and geographical background for that condition or those events, and
  3. clearly explain the connections between those dimensions of globalization and/or development and the current condition or events. In other words, the case study should focus on something that is happening now; however, digging into the history of the place will be a necessary part of explaining the present situation. Like in Tropic of Chaos, how did history set the stage for what is happening now – specifically the kinds of globalization and/or development processes we have learned about in this class?

This case study will be graded according to the following criteria:

  • How well it describes and analyzes what is happening in the chosen place,
  • How well this analysis integrates the readings and the larger context of the course,
  • How well it meets academic writing standards.
  • An excellent case study will use the concepts from the class as an integral part of the analysis, employing quotes from the readings (and sources) where appropriate. It will contextualize what is happening in the place within larger patterns of globalization and development addressed in class. It will be written to academic style: along with good writing, the sources used will be appropriate to the topic, properly cited, and of academic quality. It may use popular sources (newspapers, magazines, online sites, etc.), but it must also make meaningful use of at least 2 scholarly, non-class sources (scholarly = academic = peer-reviewed journal articles or books), and it must cite them properly.

Having difficulty picking a topic? Maybe your topic is too big or too small? Go to this link, and on the first page watch the very short 3-minute video “Picking Your Topic IS Research” https://researchguides.uoregon.edu/c.php?g=318981Links to an external site.. I recommend the other boxes on that page, and the rest of the pages in the same Research Guide as well. One possible way to start is to pick a place that interests you, and look for stories from reliable journalism sources such as the New York Times, BBC, Guardian, Washington Post, LA Times, The Economist, etc. Try doing some searches linking that place with key terms and concepts from our class. Also highly recommended: go talk to the GEs during their office hours, or make an appointment to see them if you cannot attend their regularly scheduled office hours.

What are scholarly sources? For the difference between popular and scholarly sources, watch this short 4-minute tutorial: https://researchguides.uoregon.edu/popular-scholarlyLinks to an external site.. To find scholarly sources, try starting in the third box (“Finding Articles”) on the following page: https://researchguides.uoregon.edu/getting-started/finding_articlesLinks to an external site.. To better understand how to find good sources on the internet, you could read the short article “Learning to Spot Fake News” (in the same module in Canvas).

How to cite your sources properly: You may use any citation style you like, just be consistent and clear. For common citation styles and further instructions, please consult this website: http://library.uoregon.edu/guides/citing/index.htmlLinks to an external site.. For straightforward instructions on how to avoid plagiarizing, go here: https://researchguides.uoregon.edu/citing-plagiarism/plagiarismLinks to an external site..

Basic Guidelines: double-spaced, 1” margins all around, font 12-point Calibri or Times New Roman, 600-700 words (about 3 pages; not counting bibliography and illustrations). Edit and proofread (and know the difference between editing and proofreading!)

Online Writing Lab: the UO offers an asynchronous service, meaning you will receive feedback after you send them your work. They also offer synchronous (live) tutoring, which you can access through their website. For more information: https://owl.uoregon.edu/Links to an external site.

Due: Sunday, August 22, before midnight. In Canvas, click on the “Place Case Study” Assignment, click on the blue “Submit Assignment” button in the upper-right corner, and follow instructions to upload your Word or PDF file.

Late Submissions: Late case studies will be penalized one-third of a letter grade (for example, B- to C+) per day, including weekends. Extensions will occur only under extraordinary circumstances that must be verified in writing and approved beforehand.

The rubric below is additive, from the right (least points) to the left (most points). In other words, to get an A, you must fulfill all the requirements for B, C, & D as well. An F grade indicates that none of the above requirements have been fulfilled.

Place Case Study Rubric


Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis

50 pts

The case study offers insight into how understanding the present conditions or events in a place help us better understand larger patterns of globalization and development

45 pts

The globalization/development processes that set the stage for the present conditions/events in a place are clearly defined and analyzed

40 pts

The case study describes and analyzes the conditions or events of a place in terms of globalization and/or development

35 pts

The case study discusses the conditions or events of a particular place

28 pts

It is unclear what is being analyzed

0 pts

No case study submitted

50 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContext

25 pts

The case study offers insight into how the present conditions or events in a place fit into larger patterns of globalization and development

22.5 pts

The most relevant concepts from the readings and class lectures are used to explain the identified conditions or events in a place

20 pts

Some specific concepts from the readings or class lectures are mentioned

17.5 pts

The analysis is poorly contextualized in reference to class

15 pts

No reference to class context is made

0 pts

No case study submitted

25 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting

25 pts

Writing is fluid and to the point, making the arguments clearly and forcefully. The sources cited are comprehensive, evidencing a thorough research effort

22.5 pts

The writing is well-organized, with a clear structure. Sources are well-chosen, contributing to the argument

20 pts

Writing is readable but has errors, poorly organized. Meets basic requirements for sources

17.5 pts

Writing and argument are not clear, does not meet basic requirements for sources

15 pts

Errors overwhelm meaning

0 pts

No case study submitted

25 pts

Total Points: 100

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Writing Question

Need Help in Business Intelligence Assignment

Complete the following assignment in one MS word document:

Chapter 13:

Discussion question 1-4:

1. Compare the IoT with regular Internet.

2. Discuss the potential impact of autonomous vehicles on our lives.

3. Why must a truly smart home have a bot?

4. Why is the IoT considered a disruptive technology?

Exercise 3,4,6:

3. AT&T is active in smart city projects. Investigate their activities (solutions). Write a summary.

4. It is said that the IoT will enable new customer service and B2B interactions. Explain how

6. Find information about Sophia, a robot from Hanson Robotics. Summarize her capabilities.

Please find attached textbook for reference.

When submitting work, be sure to include an APA cover page and include at least two APA formatted references (and APA in-text citations) to support the work this week.

All work must be original (not copied from any source).

ISBN: 9780135192016

Authors: Ramesh Sharda, Dursun Delen, Efraim Turban

Publisher: Pearson

Publication Date: 2019-01-04

Edition: 11th ED.

**Critical ** Plagiarism will not be tolerated.

You must also ensure that you properly, paraphrase, cite and reference your sources following proper APA guidelines.

I recommend you check your work using SafeAssign to ensure the work is your own original work. Papers over 29.9% similarity score in the content of the work is unacceptable and may not be accepted for credit with an academic integrity review sent to the University.

To avoid plagiarism, you must ensure that you do the following:

Use your own words, to include proper use of paraphrasing for all work that you submit.

If you choose to use another’s words, you MUST place it within quotes and properly cite it and reference it.

Rule of thumb – 80% of the submission MUST be in your own words. No more than 20% of the submission should be copied and pasted from another source and it must be properly quoted, cited, and referenced.

Understand, plagiarism is a serious offense that could lead to earning a 0 for the assignment, a 0 for the course, or expulsion from the University. **Critical ** if it is plagiarized will ask for refund.

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Writing Question


Main topic:

Racism discrimination that only based on skin color, race, or other racial reasons should be abolish because racial discriminated against equal opportunities and racial discrimination leads unjustice treatment as well.

Task:

For Essay 2 you will be writing a 1,500 word Narrative Argument essay that tells a story that supports a main point. You will directly state your main point in the form of an enthymeme in either your introduction or conclusion. You will focus your narrative on a single event or personal experience from your life or someone you know personally. You will also include at least two direction quotations in your essay – one from your Research Report and the other an essay from our last unit’s reading (if these articles don’t work, find an alternate quality source.

Step 1: At the top of your First Draft under your heading information include the following:

  • An essay title

Step 2: Your essay:

  • Paper must be about 1,500 words or 5 double-spaced pages (not including works cited list)
  • Use the outline you developed and the tips and strategies in the Canvas pages Narrative as Rhetorical Mode and Writing a Description to help you choose and organizational structure and develop your body paragraphs.
  • In previous assignments, you analyzed how writers combine the use of narrative and description with signal phrases and the use of outside sources. Use what you learned to incorporate at least two direct quotations (with pages cited) from an essay (or more than one essay) from our last unit that matches your topic (see note above).
  • Make sure to include a properly formatted enthymeme. This will be the sentence at the heart and soul of your essay that crystalizes your main idea.
  • Need MLA format.

Step 3: Revision Statement

  • At the very end of your essay, after your Works Cited list write a short paragraph of 5+ sentences identifying five significant changes you made to your essay between the First and Second Draft based on a) your own revisions and rereading of your essay, b) feedback from peers, c) feedback from writing tutors, your instructor, or anyone else you shared your work with while writing.

Grading

  • paper meets all requirements outlined above.
  • Work is complete and on time.
  • All work is your own and not plagiarized. All sources properly cited.

Grading:

In addition to meeting the above requirements, your essay must also meet the basic requirements of proficient college writing.

  • You must make at least five noteworthy changes (to content, organization, style, voice, and/or grammar from your rough draft in order to earn a Complete grade on your final draft.
  • Essay meets length, content, and citation requirements.
  • All work is your own and created uniquely for this course. Plagiarism, has been avoided through the proper use of signal phrases, citations, and summary, paraphrase, and quotation.

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Writing Question

First Paper Prompts

Paper length: 1000 – 1500 words.

Late papers: Starting with week 2 any assignment submitted after the due date/time will receive a one-third grade point deduction (i.e., B to B-) for each week (or part thereof) following the due date.

Grading: The paper is graded on your understanding of the assigned readings and the lectures as well as on your ability to write in a clear and concise manner. You are neither required not encouraged to use sources other than the assigned readings and lecture slides.

Guidance: For general guidance on writing philosophy papers please consult the Guidelines on Writing a Philosophy Paper. Please also read Plagiarism – Policies and Definitions. both texts are available at the top of the course website in the “Course Information” module.

Paper Prompts: Write on ONE of the following topics:

(1) The paradox of analysis is suggests that conceptual analysis is either false or uninformative. Explain the paradox of analysis and your favorite solution.

(2) Explain and defend your favorite definition of technology.

(3) Discuss the pros and cons of human gene patents from an ethical point of view.

(4) Explain the paradox of constitution. Ted Sider distinguishes four solutions to the paradox of constitution. Which of these solutions strikes you as plausible and why? What, if anything, is problematic about your favorite solution to the paradox of constitution?

(5) Explain the Ship of Theseus paradox. Explain the transitivity of identity. Why can we not solve the paradox by imposing a threshold of how many parts of thing (e.g., a ship) may be changed (e.g., 5%) before it is not the same thing any longer? How would you solve the Ship of Theseus paradox?

(6) “There are … no tables and chair, and there are no other artifacts. … Artisans do not create; not, at least, in the sense of causing things to exist. They rearrange objects in space and cause bonding relations to begin to hold or to cease to hold (as in the case of the sculptor who chips away at a block of marble) between objects …” (Peter can Inwagen, Material Beings, Cornell University Press 1990, p. 116). Do you agree with the view expressed in this quote? Explain your answer.

(7) According to Heidegger, what is the danger of modern technology? Do you agree with Heidegger? Explain your answer. According to Heidegger, how can we achieve a free relationship to technology? In what sense is the artistic/poetic orientation to the world free?

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Writing Question

This is a revision essay,

Here is my professor’s comment “Does the TCM article on page 1 focus on wild animals? Consider the order of ideas. Does the use of wild animals account for a small or large fraction of TCM treatments and elements? The Pollan connection is quite confusing – is TCM treating wild animals with mushrooms? The connection you make to pseudoscience on page 3 would make a better connection to a course text. You cite Qiu throughout the essay, but I am not seeing how the claims can be attributed to the article. Use citation to show the source of information and be careful to attribute information correctly. Is the use of animals in TCM similar to or different than the use of animals in scientific research? – consider this question (you bring up this element towards the end and it is a very interesting direction).”

Need:

Add some 300 words, based on this paper comment and revise this work.

Here is the guideline for this paper.

  1. be 5-6 properly-formatted pages (I read finish 4 full pages, only need add 300 words)
  2. include a formally-correct, argumentative enthymeme in the first body paragraph
  3. cite and thoughtfully incorporate (quote or paraphrase) 2 course texts
  4. include developed, reasonable counterarguments
  5. be well organized with focused paragraphs that clearly relate to the enthymeme
  6. include in-text citations and a Works Cited page in MLA or other consistent, academic citation style
  7. include 3-5 outside sources that must include a peer-reviewed journal article and a primary source. At least half the sources must be founding using the library website or library databases or GoogleScholar. Each source needs to be carefully read and be ethically represented in the essay.
  8. All quotations must be introduced and analyzed (explained and related). Don’t allow quotes to stand on their own; this will confuse your reader. Provide context for your quotes; explain what the original text is discussing when the quote occurs.
  9. The essay should be thoughtfully revised to help develop the reasoning, the conversation and debate, and the specific examples.

Essay 1.2 will be graded out of 10 points and the grading will focus on sources, quotations, citation, and revision. We will discuss Essay 1.2 feedback in conferences on Wednesday and Thursday of next week.



Course texts

Reading 1:Qiu, Jane.“When the East Meets the West: The Future of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the 21st Century.” National Science Review, vol. 2, no. 3, 1 Sept. 2015, pp. 377–380. https://academic.oup.com/nsr/article/2/3/377/1429424

reading 2:Feyerabend, Paul. From Against Method: Outline of an Anarchistic Theory of Knowledge, first edition 1975. Marxists Internet Archive. https://www.marxists.org/reference/subject/philosophy/works/ge/feyerabe.htm

reading 3:Hansson, Sven Ove. “Science and Pseudo-Science.” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by Edward N. Zalta, Summer 2017 edition, plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2017/entries/pseudo-science/.

reading 4:“Science, Pseudoscience, and Nonsense.” Journal of College Science Teaching, vol. 45, no. 5, 2016, pp. 61-65 (see attached file)

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Writing Question

Write a 1.5 – 2.5-page, word count at least 550.

Reading reflection (double spaced) on any of the readings for the week (reading see attached file) You can reflect on any aspect of the reading: the content, method, writer’s argument, etc. This assignment tests your understanding of the reading and your critical analysis of the text you engage with within the week under review.

Do not use outside resources, only use attached readings.

Reading Reflections Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeKey pointsThe attempt at identifying and discussing the key points from the reading.

5 pts

Excellent

4.5 pts

Very good

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Satisfactory

2 pts

Needs improvement

0 pts

No marks

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritical engagementAttempt at making connections; providing examples, etc.

4 pts

Excellent

3.5 pts

Very good

3 pts

Good

2 pts

Needs improvement

0 pts

No Marks

4 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUse of quotesThe sufficient inclusion of quotes illustrates your level of close reading of the text and your attempt to understand it.

3 pts

Sufficient

Uses enough quotes to bolster claims about the key arguments from the reading.

1.5 pts

Insufficient

Doesn’t use/reference enough quotes to bolster claims about the key argument(s) from the reading.

0 pts

None included

3 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting clarity and mechanicsThe organization, structure, flow, and clarity of the writing. Spelling, punctuation, and grammar.

4 pts

Excellent

Well organized, logically structured, clear; no spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors

3.5 pts

Good

Well organized, logically structured, clear; a few spelling, punctuation or grammatical errors.

3 pts

Satisfactory

Some lapses in organization, flow, and/or clarity. Some spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors.

2 pts

Needs improvement

Significant organizational and clarity issues throughout. There are many spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors

0 pts

No Marks

4 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCitationsProper citation of in-text quotes using APA. [First reflections will receive a pass on APA if another citation style is used correctly. After that, there is a penalty for not using APA.]

3 pts

Full Marks

Included and correct (in APA). [1st reflection: if in another style must be correct.]

1.5 pts

Included but incorrect

Included, but incorrect; or not in APA

0 pts

No Marks

Not included; unrecognizable citation style

3 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormating requirementsSee syllabus

1 pts

Full Marks

Meets all requirements

0.5 pts

Half mark

Does not meet all requirements

1 pts

Total Points: 20

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Writing Question

How does language shape who we are?
There will be no right or wrong answer to this question and so your writing will not be
evaluated based on what you answer but rather how you answer. Well organized and strongly
developed arguments that use sound reasoning will find the most success in this task.
Requirements and guidelines: The paper should meet these requirements to demonstrate that
we have learned the desired skills from this assignment:
• Length: be approximately 2-3 pages typed (500-750 words). A little more is better than
not enough. This guideline is in place to give you an idea of how much development
and detail is expected of you
• Organization: be organized into multiple paragraphs that follows the basic structure of
an introduction section that prepares the reader for what the text will discuss (at least
one paragraph) and your answer to the question (thesis), a body section that takes the
reader through the your defense of your thesis, and a conclusion that brings the text to
a natural end and gives the reader an idea of how we can use this new knowledge.
• Format: could be MLA formatting, but should just generally aim for looking neat and
presentable. It is nice to have normal standards such as 12 point font, 1” margins, and
Times New Roman/Calibri or some other standard font. This isn’t as critical as the
content and organization, but it helps to make it look like you put effort into this and
you understand the rules of the game in which you are playing.
• Content: Defending your opinion is crucial in this assignment. You’ll need to make clear
claims that support your thesis and support these claims with strong evidence and
sound logic. Our content is the substance of the text and what will ultimately decide if
your reader ends up being convinced by your writing or not.

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Writing Question

In this assignment, you are to critically read and evaluate a scholarly article’s strengths, weaknesses, and contributions to the study field. Learning how to critique a journal article has several benefits, including preparing you for publishing in the future and keeping you current on the literature in your field of study. The practical application is developing the ability to look at research within your organization and industry with a knowledgeable, critical eye.

The University of the Cumberlands (UC) Library subscribes to many journals and provides you access to appropriate collections to support this assignment. Using the UC Library, locate and review the following peer-reviewed articles:

Lim, L. G., Tuli, K. R., & Grewal, R. (2020). Customer satisfaction and its impact on the future costs of selling. Journal of Marketing, 84(4), 23-44.

Melumad, S., & Meyer, R. (2020). Full Disclosure: How Smartphones Enhance Consumer Self-Disclosure. Journal of Marketing, 84(3), 28-45.

Wies, S., Hoffmann, A. O. I., Aspara, J., & Pennings, J. M. (2019). Can advertising investments counter the negative impact of shareholder complaints on firm value?. Journal of Marketing, 83(4), 58-80.

Liu, Y., Shankar, V., & Yun, W. (2017). Crisis management strategies and the long-term effects of product recalls on firm value. Journal of Marketing, 81(5), 30-48.

Bleier, A., Harmeling, C. M., & Palmatier, R. W. (2019). Creating effective online customer experiences. Journal of marketing, 83(2), 98-119.

Following your review, choose one article from this list; critically evaluate the article’s strengths, weaknesses, and contribution to the study field using the outline below as a guide:

Cover page

  • The cover page will include:
    • Articles Title and Author (s)
    • Name of Journal (s)
    • Date of publication
    • Your name

Executive Summary

  • Summarize the significant aspects of the entire article, including:
    • The overall purpose and general area of study of the article.
    • The specific problem being addressed in the study.
    • The main findings of the article.

Literature Review

  • Briefly summarize the overall themes presented in the Literature Review.
    • Was the literature review applicable to the study, current and thorough?
    • Were there gaps in the literature review?

Data Analysis

    • Identify the methodology used: qualitative, quantitative, mixed? Was the chosen methodology appropriate for the study? Why or why not?
    • Did the data analysis prove or disprove the research questions? Explain.

Results/Conclusion

  • In this section, you will address the following:
    • Describe the article’s relevance to the field of knowledge.
    • Outline the strengths and weaknesses of the article. Be specific.
    • Based on the article, what future research do you think needs to be accomplished in this area?
    • What are your key points and takeaways after analyzing the article?

Proper APA in-text citation must be used. The review is to be word-processed double spaced, not less than two pages, and no more than five pages in length. Paper length does not include the cover page, abstract, or references page(s).

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Writing Question

Students will write a 2-4 page paper analyzing a theatrical genre (100 points). A paper template is provided and should be used. A list of acceptable genres will be provided.

Consider the following:

  • How does the genre compare to the one directly before it?
  • How does the genre compare to the one directly after it?
  • How does the genre comment on historical and/or social events happening during the time period?
  • Who were the major proponents of the genre and how did they contribute to its ideals?
  • Was the genre successful during its time period?
  • Does the genre have staying power? Is it still performed in the theatre of today?
  • Give an example of a play or production from the genre and describe how it represents the genre.

Use at least two (2) academic sources and cite the paper using the MLA format. See the library resource page for acceptable sources.

How to use the Paper Template

Open the paper template, you will see a bunch of gibberish. This gibberish is called Lorem Ipsem and is a generated text used simply as a placeholder till actual content is added.

First – double click on the header of the first page:

Your Name (Change to your name)
Professor Carl L Sage
Introduction to Theatre THTR 120
Today’s Date (Change to the appropriate date)

Second – Go to the second – and all subsequent – page(s) and update “Last Name” in the header with your last name.

Third – Change the “Title of Paper in Sentence Case with Play Title” with the title of your paper. If you use a play’s name in your paper, it should be in italics. Sentence case is when all large words are capitalized.

Fourth – Replace the Lorem Ipsum with your paper (or just start writing and delete the Lorem Ipsum as you go). The Lorem Ipsum is double spaced, has a hanging indent, and currently uses the Georgia font.

Fifth – At the end of the paper, there is a Page Break so that the Work Cited will be on a page all by itself. Be careful not to delete this. Delete the sample sources and insert your own in the MLA format.

Remember to use in-line or parenthetical citations in the body of your work – they would look like this: (last name of author, page #).

The thesis should be separated from the paper.

Thesis will be due separately before the final paper is due to allow the instructor to provide feedback and improve paper quality.

List of Western Theatre Genres

Genres

  • Medieval
    • Liturgical
    • Mystery
    • Miracle
    • Morality
  • Dark Ages
  • Renaissance
    • Revenge Tragedy
    • Elizabethan & Jacobean Comedy
    • Commedia Dell’Arte
    • Spanish Golden Age
  • Restoration
    • Comedy of Manners
    • Comedy of Humor
    • Comedy of Intrigue
    • Heroic Drama
  • Neoclassical
    • Well Made Play
  • Romanticism
    • Melodrama
    • Burlesque
  • Naturalism
  • Isms
    • Expressionism
    • Surrealism and Theatre of the Absurd
    • Epic Theatre
    • Poor Theatre
    • Symbolism
    • Theatricalism
    • Metatheatre
    • Avant-garde
    • Existentialism
    • Socialist Realism
  • Comedy
    • High
    • Low
    • Farce
    • Romantic Comedy
    • Dark Comedy
  • Docu-drama
  • Federal Theatre Project (Negro Units)
  • American Musical

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Writing Question

PART 1: ( 4 steps )

Step one:

Watch these two ted talk videos.

Step two:

Write two open-ended discussion questions ( one question for each video ), ( use the classmates’ work in step four as examples ).

Step three:

Write two explanations for your two questions in step two, ( use the classmates’ work in step four as examples ).

Step four:

Respond to the two classmates’ discussions ( they watched the same two ted talk videos) :

1:

Is happiness real?

While listening to Dan Gilbert, he discussed that we, as evolved humans, are able to synthesis states of happiness. He went on to state that after three months we tend to forget we even felt unhappy at all. This begs the question, is happiness real or synthesized? Is it just a way for our brains to cope with reality or are people and animals just naturally happy? Mr. Gilbert talks about how we are able to synthesize happiness through our frontal lobe, animals and prior human were not able to pull this off. What do you think is the true reason behind this evolutionary trait?

2:

Can we change our outlook to be more successful?

This week I watched Shawn Achor’s TED Talk on “The Happiness Effect” and found it very entertaining and informative. Throughout his discussion he gives several stories and examples of how having a positive and happy mindset can ultimately change the reality for a person, which I found very interesting. For almost anyone, it can be very difficult to look past the immediate stresses and struggles of everyday life and appreciate the whole picture of where you are, but this is very important in achieving success and true happiness. Shawn states that 90% of your long term happiness isn’t determined by the external world, but by the way your brain processes the world. Simply saying that we can ultimately be happy by doing this is easy, but putting it into practice is much more difficult. My question this week is, how can we train our brains to process the world in the most positive way possible, so that we can achieve the maximum long term happiness?

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

PART 2: ( 2 steps )

Step one:

Watch the students talk show video by using the link below.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1NnqxdtbA6E…

Step two:

Respond to the three discussions ( based on what you watched on the students talk show video and do some more research if you need, but you MUST respond as you were one of the students who are on the talk show video ),

1:

Social media coverage

When I watched your talk show, I thought about one main thing that I have heard quite a bit from various people in the past 10 years: “Did this always happen, or are we just more aware now?” Social media (whether that be the platforms you mentioned, the news, or even podcasts) has become a lot more prevalent in these years. This has made people become very aware of things happening around their community, state, country, or even globe.

As you discussed, there are pros and cons to social media. But what I am wondering, is if this coverage of information has proved to be a good thing, or bad? In some aspects, mental health, for example, is more widely discussed and normalized due to social media as people have become more open to discussing it. But is social media also the reason for more suicides, school shootings, and bullying? How has social media coverage changed people in these ways and is this good or bad?

2:

Social Media Impacts

Very nice talk show on social media! I think that it’s very interesting, albeit a little concerning, how much social media platforms use algorithms to learn more about their users. I think that social media can be a very effective tool, but agree with your points stating that with so many people simply putting only the best parts of their lives online, it can create a sense of just wanting to compare yourself with others which can be harmful. With so many people online these days, the spread of false information can very detrimental, especially with the lack of fact checking in many cases. I think that if we can learn to use social media in the most positive ways and research the things that we see, while respectfully discussing viewpoints with others, these platforms can be very helpful.

3:

Do you think social media is more harmful or helpful?

Over the past decade or so, social media has become the hottest thing out and everyone is using it. I’ve seen people such as my 80 year old grandma who didn’t know what an iPhone was until a year ago get on facebook and instantly become hooked. Although social media is a great way to connect with friends, show off your new stuff, or even market your products, we have seen a lot of harm come from social media in the form of cyber-harassment, misinformation, hackers, scams, etc.

My question for your group is this: Do you guys think social media has positively or negatively influenced our society? Lately I’ve been hearing about people deleting all their social media apps and having their lives completely changed for the better. At the same time, you see these success stories like content creators and online companies that could only be possible with the help of social media. I’d love to know what you guys think!

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Writing Question

Topic: Facial Recognition

Written reports are to be divided into four parts and labeled with separate headings:

1) summarize the issue and expand upon the background material already presented based on additional research that you will conduct;

2) present arguments in support of the issue (Pro’s);

3) present arguments in opposition to the issue (Con’s);

4) state your conclusions. Your written report should cover all of the component parts cited above. Be sure your paper addresses the question you have been given. Do not alter the subject or change the question.

I expect you to utilize on-line databases, such as the Internet, Nexis Uni, or any other sources (including those listed in the Webliography) to flesh out and update what has happened regarding the issue (including additional background material, legislative activities, and/or legal developments) to the present time. Integrate this material into your report, as appropriate. In other words, I expect you to look for additional material you can use to supplement the readings you are given. This includes updated information about the opposing authors, where appropriate, and information from others who have written or spoken on opposite sides of the issue. Outside research is an essential part of this assignment.

Also note that at least 50 percent of your research references must come from the UMGC Library’s electronic
 databases. There will be a five-point penalty for noncompliance. Document your sources, including on-line resources, with footnotes. I have posted links to publications and web sites that will be useful for your research. They are available through the UMGC databases. Because several of them (Nexis Uni, for example) are subscription only publications, you must access them through your UMGC Library account. You will find links to some of them in the Webliography area of LEO (which you can find in the Content area under Course Resources. You may not cite encyclopedias, your textbook or Wikipedia as sources for this research paper. (I will attach articles from the UMGC Library below since you will not have access to them or if you can here is the link https://sites.umgc.edu/library/index.cfm)

Your written report should be no less than 10 pages long and double-spaced, not counting the title page.

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Writing Question

Context: August Wilson, who was born in 1945 and died in 2005, is considered to be one of the greatest playwrights in American history. During his lifetime, he created what he called the Pittsburgh Cycle, a series of ten plays, and each one represents a different decade of the 20th century. Wilson’s plays are all set in Pittsburgh, PA (where he was born) and focus on the African American experience. Fences, which debuted on Broadway in 1987 and won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award, depicts the late 1950s when “the hot winds of change that would make the sixties a turbulent, racing, dangerous, and provocative decade had not yet begun to blow full” (Richards).

Check out this short video to learn more about August Wilson:

The Language and Content of Fences: One of Wilson’s trademarks is realistic dialogue, written in the vernacular of African Americans. In Fences, the N-word is used frequently by the main character, Troy Maxson. This may be a little jolting for some of you and it’s worth being prepared as you start to read Fences. In addition to the language, some of the content deals with disturbing imagery as well as verbal and physical confrontations.

Writing Task: Since our main focus this semester is to draw parallels between the past and present, Fences is an ideal snapshot of an African American family in the late 1950s as they are struggling to rectify the past (slavery) with their present (segregation, pre-Civil Rights), while looking towards the future (desegregation and more opportunity).

With this in mind, you will be writing an analytical/argumentative, timed essay (1.5 hours), in which you analyze August Wilson’s play Fences. We will be reading and discussing the play over the next two weeks, so it’s important that you not only keep up with the readings but also complete all of the Discussions. When you write your essay, you may use Fences and “Interpreting Drama” (as well as some of the other materials we are using in this Unit). Since plagiarism rules are in effect, do not take the chance of Googling once you are able to see the Prompt. In addition to reading the play, you may want to watch the 2016 film version of Fences, starring Academy Award winner Viola Davis as well as Denzel Washington, who also directed it. This is not required, but may help you to better understand the play.

The Areas on which you will be Evaluated (Rubric):

  • Introduction and Conclusion: Does the essay have an engaging introduction and provide the essay’s thesis? Does the conclusion sum up the essay in an interesting and non-repetitive fashion?
  • Thesis Statement: Does your thesis make a definitive claim about how your subject is or should be? How well does it answer the question(s) from the Prompt? Is it stated clearly and located in the correct spot?
  • Evidence: Is your thesis well supported with evidence from Fences? You may also potentially use support from the film and “Interpreting Drama.” Do you provide commentary or analysis following your quotations and paraphrases?
  • Organization: Does your organization lead the readers through your argument, step by step, building to your strongest ideas? Do you have three to four reasons that support your central argument? Do you use transitions?
  • Audience: Do you take the reader’s views into account? Do you use a reasonable tone of voice? Do you consider the opposing side or the counter argument?
  • Grammar and Mechanics: Does the essay have minimal grammatical, spelling, and mechanical errors?

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Writing Question

Hi, the assignment has already been completed but it needs to be revised based on my professor’s feedback. The first document that I attached is the essay that needs to be revised. The second document I attached goes into detail of what my professor wants fixed.

Professor’s feedback: Hi, I know you worked very hard on this paper. The abstract and introduction and discussion all need to be edited. The direction of the Thesis is supposed to be focused on what Total Worker Health Is, Benefits of integrating into a Safety and Health program, and how it reduces injuries and illness when you address the total worker. I’ve included an attachment with a break down of what the abstract should include along with my thoughts in blue type. Please let me know if you have questions. The fourth document is my annotated bibliography.

Write a persuasive essay/research paper in APA 7 format. My Thesis Statement: Total Worker Health addresses the whole worker, including their emotional, mental, and physical self, all of which impacts the probability of injury and illness on the job. Organizations should integrate Total Worker Health into the Safety & Health Management System to decrease injury and illness on the job. The third document is the assignment instructions so that you know what it was all about. The fifth document is a copy of one of the articles I used.

REQUIRED COMPONENTS:

  1. Title page
  2. Abstract
  3. Introduction (please refer to attached “how to write a research paper” for specific details to follow)
  4. Findings
  5. Conclusions and recommendations
  6. Reference page- I’ve attached the annotated bibliography.

Please use the attached ‘how to write a research paper’ to ensure it is detailed and follows the formula. a.My

Thesis Statement: Total Worker Health addresses the whole worker, including their emotional, mental, and physical self, all of which impacts the probability of injury and illness on the job. Organizations should integrate Total Worker Health into the Safety & Health Management System to decrease injury and illness on the job.

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Writing Question

*** This is a 2 part assignment. the first part is the Works Cited Draft. The 2nd part is the Essay. ***

* For this assignment I will first need you to choose a topic. Once you choose the topic let me know which topic so I can then get you a few links for sources to choose 2 from the Library database since you can’t access that.

Work Cited Assignment:

Submit your preliminary Works Cited for your “Tech &…” essay here. It must be properly formatted as a Word document with at least two sources from the library databases.

Essay Assignment Overview:

Technology is advancing every day and impacting the world in both positive and negative ways. Pick one area technology has impacted and further explore it. Your overall analysis can be positive or negative, but the tone should be clear through your writing. Possible topics include:

  • Technology and Dating
  • Technology and Nursing
  • Technology and the Security
  • Technology and Social Communication

These are very broad topics, so you might need to narrow the topic down even further. Feel free to talk to Dr. E to help narrow down your topic. You must use citations and include a Works Cited page with at least 2 sources from the library databases. This is a research paper, so do not use “I”.

Grading & Submission

A rubric is available in Canvas. The key categories for grading are: thesis/evidence, organization, MLA formatting, and grammar. You must also have a properly formatted Works Cited with at least 2 sources from the library databases. Since this is a research paper, you may not use “I”.

Length: 400+ words

Plagiarism: Papers plagiarized either in whole or in part will receive a “0” and failure of the class.

Research Rubric for the Essay:

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThesis/EvidenceClear thesis carried throughout and supported by appropriate data; enough evidence to be informative and convincing

40 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganizationIdeas are presented in a logical and organized manner with solid, separate paragraphs; good use of transitions; solid introduction and conclusion

40 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMLAFollows proper MLA guidelines; proper Works Cited; proper in-text citations

40 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammarSolid sentence structure; good use of punctuation; excellent grammar and language mechanics

80 pts

Total Points: 200

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Writing Question

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 Researched Argument Essay. 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.

**Don’t forget to watch the instructor video at the bottom of the page. Also, see the rubric below that.

The Annotated Bibliography: Find eight sources that deal with your issue and present varying positions. All eight sources should be found using the Macomb Library databases. However, the majority (at least four) of your sources must be scholarly journal essays retrieved from the library’s databases; these are the most authoritative and reliable sources.

PLEASE PUT AN ASTERISK BY YOUR FOUR (OR MORE) SCHOLARLY/ACADEMIC SOURCES FROM THE MACOMB LIBRARY DATABASES.

Once you have decided on your 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 researched argument essay. For more, see the article “Reading Games: Strategies for Reading Scholarly Sources” in the Week Four module.

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 sample student annotated bibliographies below.

Note: Please carefully review the materials below, as well as the materials in the Week Four module, for support with this assignment.

Length: 8 citations in alphabetical order, each with a substantial annotation (150 words+)

Format: MLA (8th edition)

Points: 130 points


i attached a sample please follow the same direction

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Writing Question

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 Researched Argument Essay. 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 eight sources that deal with your issue and present varying positions. All eight sources should be found using the Macomb Library databases. However, the majority (at least four) of your sources must be scholarly journal essays retrieved from the library’s databases; these are the most authoritative and reliable sources.

PLEASE PUT AN ASTERISK BY YOUR FOUR (OR MORE) SCHOLARLY/ACADEMIC SOURCES FROM THE MACOMB LIBRARY DATABASES.

Once you have decided on your 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 researched argument essay. For more, see the article “Reading Games: Strategies for Reading Scholarly Sources” in the Week Four module.

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 sample student annotated bibliographies below.

Note: Please carefully review the materials below, as well as the materials in the Week Four module, for support with this assignment.

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Length: 8 citations in alphabetical order, each with a substantial annotation (150 words+)

Format: MLA (8th edition)

Points: 130 point


*Errata:

1) I misspoke. The filibuster rule is used by the minority in the Senate, not the majority.

2) Over 1000 scholarly sources were yielded in my first search, not 20, of course.

Rubric please follow the rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCitationsThere are 8 sources in full and correct MLA citation format and ordered alphabetically by first element of citation.

25 pts

Outstanding

21.5 pts

Good

19 pts

Satisfactory

17 pts

Below Satisfactory

15 pts

Not Acceptable

25 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnnotationsThere are 8 fully developed annotations that contain the original source’s thesis, all major supporting ideas, and a brief description of the author and/or evaluation of the source’s credibility.

50 pts

Outstanding

47.5 pts

Very Good

43 pts

Good

37.5 pts

Satisfactory

32.5 pts

Below Satisfactory

25 pts

Not Acceptable

50 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScholarly/Academic Sources4+ scholarly/academic sources from Macomb Library databases included.

30 pts

4 or more scholarly/academic sources

24 pts

3 scholarly/academic sources

18 pts

2 scholarly/academic sources

14 pts

1 scholarly/academic source

0 pts

No scholarly/academic sources are used

30 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Style / GrammarClear, direct, and elegant prose. Careful choice of effective words and phrases. Carefully demonstrates impressive construction and organization of sentences. Free from sentence faults and other grammatical errors.

25 pts

Outstanding

21.5 pts

Good

19 pts

Satisfactory

17 pts

Below Satisfactory

15 pts

Not Acceptable

25 pts

Total Points: 130

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Writing Question

In this project, you will write a short essay that reflects your belief or passion about a particular part of your professional experience. This project will help you refresh your writing skills to prepare for the rest of your graduate program. Organizing complex and divergent thoughts to write a single page requires prewriting, perhaps an outline, and applying the mechanics of writing an essay paragraph by paragraph. That means starting with a topic sentence, adding supporting sentences, and concluding with a sentence that provides a bridge to the next paragraph. Your essay is intentionally limited to 500 words to engage you in the structural process of writing.

Your task is to explain what you value and what’s important to you about your profession, your industry, your career, or your education. This requires a level of introspection that no one else can reach for you.

In a 500-word essay, write a statement of personal and professional belief. Answer these questions:

  • What motivates you?
  • What’s your professional passion?
  • What do you believe?

Use the following suggestions, adapted from This I Believe (n.d.), as a guide:

  • Name your belief—If you can’t name it in a sentence or two, your essay might not be about your belief. You are writing an essay, not a list, so focus on one core belief. You will define, explain, and develop ideas about this belief through the essay.
  • Tell a story—Be specific. Ground your belief in specific events of your life. Consider moments when your belief was formed, tested, or changed. Think about your own experiences in work and life and share things you know that no one else does. Make sure your story ties to the essence of your professional or educational philosophy and the shaping of your beliefs. Tell how you reached your beliefs, and if they have grown, what made them grow. Your story need not be heart-warming or gut-wrenching—it can even be funny—but it should be real.
  • Be positive—Please avoid preaching, editorializing, or finger-pointing. This essay should explain what you live by and what you believe, not what you don’t believe.
  • Be personal—Avoid speaking in the editorial “we,” the projecting “you,” or the accusing “they.” Make your essay about you. This essay should not be about your views on society or the world; it should be personal to you and your professional or educational journey. Speak in the first person. Read your essay aloud to yourself several times, and each time, edit it and simplify it until you find the words, tone, and story that truly reflect your belief.

When you are satisfied with your essay, continue to the next step to submit.

References

This I Believe. (n.d.). This I believe essay writing suggestions. https://thisibelieve.org/guidelines/

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Writing Question

Context: August Wilson, who was born in 1945 and died in 2005, is considered to be one of the greatest playwrights in American history. During his lifetime, he created what he called the Pittsburgh Cycle, a series of ten plays, and each one represents a different decade of the 20th century. Wilson’s plays are all set in Pittsburgh, PA (where he was born) and focus on the African American experience. Fences, which debuted on Broadway in 1987 and won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award, depicts the late 1950s when “the hot winds of change that would make the sixties a turbulent, racing, dangerous, and provocative decade had not yet begun to blow full” (Richards).

Check out this short video to learn more about August Wilson:



The Language and Content of Fences: One of Wilson’s trademarks is realistic dialogue, written in the vernacular of African Americans. In Fences, the N-word is used frequently by the main character, Troy Maxson. This may be a little jolting for some of you and it’s worth being prepared as you start to read Fences. In addition to the language, some of the content deals with disturbing imagery as well as verbal and physical confrontations.

Writing Task: Since our main focus this semester is to draw parallels between the past and present, Fences is an ideal snapshot of an African American family in the late 1950s as they are struggling to rectify the past (slavery) with their present (segregation, pre-Civil Rights), while looking towards the future (desegregation and more opportunity).

When you write your essay, you may use Fences and “Interpreting Drama” (as well as some of the other materials we are using in this Unit). Since plagiarism rules are in effect, do not take the chance of Googling once you are able to see the Prompt. In addition to reading the play, you may want to watch the 2016 film version of Fences, starring Academy Award winner Viola Davis as well as Denzel Washington, who also directed it. This is not required, but may help you to better understand the play.

The Areas on which you will be Evaluated (Rubric):

  • Introduction and Conclusion: Does the essay have an engaging introduction and provide the essay’s thesis? Does the conclusion sum up the essay in an interesting and non-repetitive fashion?
  • Thesis Statement: Does your thesis make a definitive claim about how your subject is or should be? How well does it answer the question(s) from the Prompt? Is it stated clearly and located in the correct spot?
  • Evidence: Is your thesis well supported with evidence from Fences? You may also potentially use support from the film and “Interpreting Drama.” Do you provide commentary or analysis following your quotations and paraphrases?
  • Organization: Does your organization lead the readers through your argument, step by step, building to your strongest ideas? Do you have three to four reasons that support your central argument? Do you use transitions?
  • Audience: Do you take the reader’s views into account? Do you use a reasonable tone of voice? Do you consider the opposing side or the counter argument?
  • Grammar and Mechanics: Does the essay have minimal grammatical, spelling, and mechanical errors?

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Writing Question

Context: August Wilson, who was born in 1945 and died in 2005, is considered to be one of the greatest playwrights in American history. During his lifetime, he created what he called the Pittsburgh Cycle, a series of ten plays, and each one represents a different decade of the 20th century. Wilson’s plays are all set in Pittsburgh, PA (where he was born) and focus on the African American experience. Fences, which debuted on Broadway in 1987 and won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award, depicts the late 1950s when “the hot winds of change that would make the sixties a turbulent, racing, dangerous, and provocative decade had not yet begun to blow full” (Richards).

Check out this short video to learn more about August Wilson:

The Language and Content of Fences: One of Wilson’s trademarks is realistic dialogue, written in the vernacular of African Americans. In Fences, the N-word is used frequently by the main character, Troy Maxson. This may be a little jolting for some of you and it’s worth being prepared as you start to read Fences. In addition to the language, some of the content deals with disturbing imagery as well as verbal and physical confrontations.

Writing Task: Since our main focus this semester is to draw parallels between the past and present, Fences is an ideal snapshot of an African American family in the late 1950s as they are struggling to rectify the past (slavery) with their present (segregation, pre-Civil Rights), while looking towards the future (desegregation and more opportunity). In addition to reading the play, you may want to watch the 2016 film version of Fences, starring Academy Award winner Viola Davis as well as Denzel Washington, who also directed it. This is not required, but may help you to better understand the play.

The Areas on which you will be Evaluated (Rubric):

  • Introduction and Conclusion: Does the essay have an engaging introduction and provide the essay’s thesis? Does the conclusion sum up the essay in an interesting and non-repetitive fashion?
  • Thesis Statement: Does your thesis make a definitive claim about how your subject is or should be? How well does it answer the question(s) from the Prompt? Is it stated clearly and located in the correct spot?
  • Evidence: Is your thesis well supported with evidence from Fences? You may also potentially use support from the film and “Interpreting Drama.” Do you provide commentary or analysis following your quotations and paraphrases?
  • Organization: Does your organization lead the readers through your argument, step by step, building to your strongest ideas? Do you have three to four reasons that support your central argument? Do you use transitions?
  • Audience: Do you take the reader’s views into account? Do you use a reasonable tone of voice? Do you consider the opposing side or the counter argument?
  • Grammar and Mechanics: Does the essay have minimal grammatical, spelling, and mechanical errors?

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Writing Question

Context: August Wilson, who was born in 1945 and died in 2005, is considered to be one of the greatest playwrights in American history. During his lifetime, he created what he called the Pittsburgh Cycle, a series of ten plays, and each one represents a different decade of the 20th century. Wilson’s plays are all set in Pittsburgh, PA (where he was born) and focus on the African American experience. Fences, which debuted on Broadway in 1987 and won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award, depicts the late 1950s when “the hot winds of change that would make the sixties a turbulent, racing, dangerous, and provocative decade had not yet begun to blow full” (Richards).

Check out this short video to learn more about August Wilson:

The Language and Content of Fences: One of Wilson’s trademarks is realistic dialogue, written in the vernacular of African Americans. In Fences, the N-word is used frequently by the main character, Troy Maxson. This may be a little jolting for some of you and it’s worth being prepared as you start to read Fences. In addition to the language, some of the content deals with disturbing imagery as well as verbal and physical confrontations.

Writing Task: Since our main focus this semester is to draw parallels between the past and present, Fences is an ideal snapshot of an African American family in the late 1950s as they are struggling to rectify the past (slavery) with their present (segregation, pre-Civil Rights), while looking towards the future (desegregation and more opportunity). In addition to reading the play, you may want to watch the 2016 film version of Fences, starring Academy Award winner Viola Davis as well as Denzel Washington, who also directed it. This is not required, but may help you to better understand the play.

The Areas on which you will be Evaluated (Rubric):

  • Introduction and Conclusion: Does the essay have an engaging introduction and provide the essay’s thesis? Does the conclusion sum up the essay in an interesting and non-repetitive fashion?
  • Thesis Statement: Does your thesis make a definitive claim about how your subject is or should be? How well does it answer the question(s) from the Prompt? Is it stated clearly and located in the correct spot?
  • Evidence: Is your thesis well supported with evidence from Fences? You may also potentially use support from the film and “Interpreting Drama.” Do you provide commentary or analysis following your quotations and paraphrases?
  • Organization: Does your organization lead the readers through your argument, step by step, building to your strongest ideas? Do you have three to four reasons that support your central argument? Do you use transitions?
  • Audience: Do you take the reader’s views into account? Do you use a reasonable tone of voice? Do you consider the opposing side or the counter argument?
  • Grammar and Mechanics: Does the essay have minimal grammatical, spelling, and mechanical errors?

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Writing Question

Need help with my Writing question – I’m studying for my class.

assignment question last week – Review The Power of Good Design by going to this url https://www.vitsoe.com/gb/about/good-design and select three of the ten principles noted for good design. Next in R, utilize these three principles in a problem that you will solve. First note the problem to solve, the dataset (where the information was pulled from), and what methods you are going to take to solve the problem. Ensure the problem is simple enough to complete within a two-page document. For example, I need to purchase a house and want to know what my options are given x amount of dollars and x location based on a sample of data from Zillow within each location. Ensure there is data visualization in the homework and note how it relates to the three principles selected

—-Take the assignment from the previous week above, add at least twice as much data to the data sets. Note how this impacted the results from the previous week. Be sure to have a visualization to show the initial results and the new results. Be sure to explain why the results are different or similar from last week.

attached is the assignment which i submitted previous week, please review it and please complete this week assignmentRequired Text

Title: Data Visualisation

ISBN: 9781526468925

Authors: Andy Kirk

Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited

Publication Date: 2019-10-07

Edition: 2nd ED.

**Critical ** Plagiarism will not be tolerated.

You must also ensure that you properly, paraphrase, cite and reference your sources following proper APA guidelines.

I recommend you check your work using SafeAssign to ensure the work is your own original work. Papers over 29.9% similarity score in the content of the work is unacceptable and may not be accepted for credit with an academic integrity review sent to the University.

To avoid plagiarism, you must ensure that you do the following:

Use your own words, to include proper use of paraphrasing for all work that you submit.

If you choose to use another’s words, you MUST place it within quotes and properly cite it and reference it.

Rule of thumb – 80% of the submission MUST be in your own words. No more than 20% of the submission should be copied and pasted from another source and it must be properly quoted, cited, and referenced.

Understand, plagiarism is a serious offense that could lead to earning a 0 for the assignment, a 0 for the course, or expulsion from the University. **Critical ** if it is plagiarized will ask for refund.

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Writing Question

Hello,

I have a research paper that needs to be fixed and more information added to it

REL 100 Research Paper
This assignment gives you the opportunity to pursue a topic related to this course that you are curious about.
The assignment asks you to write in a more formal style than what you have used in the discussion questions
and responses. When the paper is done, it is hoped that your Bible will remain open and read, in part, because
of the work done on the paper.

FORMAT AND LENGTH
• The paper should be 4 – 8 pages of double-spaced text. However, if you write clearly and concisely
and include your key ideas in four full pages, there is no need to write beyond four pages.
• Use a standard font such as Times New Roman 12-point font.
• Your paper should include a title page and a bibliography/works cited page. (not part of the 4-8 pages)

STRUCTURE OF THE PAPER
USE FORMAL LANGUAGE When writing your paper, use organized formal language. Avoid using:
o Contractions: Use did not instead of didn’t
o “A lot of…” “A lot of people” is better written “Many people.”
o “Well,…” Don’t begin your sentences with this vague word.
o “Would of” “He would of gone” is better written “He would have gone.”
o “Just” “I was just thinking” is better written “I was thinking”
o “Big” “It was a big deal” is better written “It was important.”

A. Opening Paragraph: STATE YOUR THEME (which is more specific than a topic)
In the first paragraph, state your theme, NOT merely your topic.
It is acceptable to say simply, “This paper will show that…”
A topic is not specific. For example, a topic would be: The Prodigal Son teaches an important lesson.
Your theme is your own solution and your individual findings on that topic. Fifty people may share the
same topic, but your theme should be uniquely your own.
• Sample Theme: The Prodigal Son shows God’s unending acceptance of all sinners.
• To support your theme, add sentences explaining that your paper will show that both the
younger son and the older son need and receive the love of the Father.
• Include two or three key ideas that are distinct to your treatment of the topic.

B. Middle paragraphs: Progression of thoughts with transitions
Each paragraph should establish an idea and include four to six sentences to verify the idea.
Refer to your theme throughout the paper as you provide evidence to explain and defend your theme.
Develop two to five key points which explain and apply your theme. Have a clear progression of ideas.
Do not simply list key ideas with no thought as to why the first is first and the second is second. Avoid
paragraphs which appear as pearls on a string with no connection between them.
• Select your main idea as your first point. State that reason clearly.
• Choose a second main idea that builds on the first idea.
• Continue to connect ideas so that what comes last ties in with all that has been said before.
As you make the steps in your argument, move from one paragraph to the next with clear transition
sentences.

A transition sentence begins a paragraph. It takes an idea from the previous paragraph,
restates it briefly, and uses it to introduce the new material in the paragraph that follows. The reader
should be brought from what is known to the new information.

C. Concluding paragraph: Restate your theme and summarize your strongest key ideas.

The paper is attached with the professors comments

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Writing Question

General Format and Grading Criteria: This essay must be at least 6 pages, word count at least 2000. (6 pages for the text plus 1 reference page), with double-spaced,12-point Times New Roman font, and 1-inch margins.

It must be in ASA format!!

This essay has a maximum of 100 points possible, and it is worth 20 percent of the course grade.

Assignment Goal: In this course, students are expected to summarize, differentiate, and judge the efficacy of major scientific concepts and theories that sociologists use to examine sociological dynamics undergirding the interconnection between individual personal troubles and public issues associated with modernity and its attendant patterns of social stability and change.

Specifically, the purpose of the essay is to answer two questions. First, how did one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class build on the ideas of Marx and Weber? Second, how did one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class make their own novel contribution to sociological theory?

Suggested Essay Outline: Successful papers will include thoughtful commentary and analysis in the following suggested outline:

Introduction: 1-page long section that clearly states the two objectives of the paper and your thesis statement. Your thesis statement should be about 3-4 sentences long and summarize the paper’s argument about (1) how one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class build on the ideas of Marx and Weber, and (2) how one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class made their own novel contribution to sociological theory.

Body: at least 5 pages long, beginning with heading of “Extending the Core Foundations” in bold print. At least 2.5 pages of this section should discuss how one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 built on the ideas of Marx and Weber. In at least 2.5 pages of the remaining body section, it should discuss how one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class made their own novel contribution to sociological theory.

References: This final section should start with a heading that says, “References,” in bold print. This section should be on 1 (or more) separate page(s) from the text and include all the sources cited in the paper. Failure to follow the ASA style guide (pgs. 20-24 & 33-37) for citing your sources in the text and for properly including them in your reference section may result in academic penalties for plagiarism and academic dishonesty as stated in the course syllabus.

Extending the Core Foundations Essay Grading Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction: Clearly states the objectives of the paper: (1) analyze how one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class built on the ideas of Marx and Weber; and (2) analyze how one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class made their own novel contribution to sociological theory.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction: (2) Provides about 3-4 sentence thesis that summarizes the paper’s argument about (1) the similarity between one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 and Marx and Weber; and (2) the novel contribution of one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class to sociological theory.

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody of the Paper: Correct summary of Marx’s work that is relevant for the essay.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody of the Paper: Correct summary of Weber’s work that is relevant for the essay.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody of the Paper: Correct summary of one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10.

15 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody of the Paper: Use of evidence and course material to support argument about (1) the similarity between one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 and Marx and Weber; and (2) the novel contribution of one of the sociological theorists or branches of sociological theory covered in weeks 7 to 10 in class to sociological theory.

25 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferences (at least 1 page): Headed with “References” in bold print. Proper use of ASA style guide for the reference page.

5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat: At least 7 pages (6 pages for the text plus 1 reference page), double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman, 1-inch margins, use of headings. Proper use of ASA style guide for in-text citations.

5 pts

Total Points: 100

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Writing Question

Homework #3 (50 Points)

  1. (10 points total) You want to examine whether there is a difference in the number of hours worked per week between US citizens and people who are not US citizens residing in the United States. For this, you can do an analysis using the Baylor Religion Survey dataset in STATA, with the command: ttest hrsworkd, by(uscitizen)

Interpret this analysis as a hypothesis test, reporting:

a. (2 points) What are the null and alternative hypotheses?

b. (2 points) What is the obtained test statistic?

c. (2 points) What is the p-value?

d. (2 points) Using an alpha-level of .05, what decision do you make?

e. (2 points) Write a sentence or two interpreting this analysis.

  1. (12 points total) You want to examine whether there is a difference across regions of the United States in prevalence of people dating someone of a race different from their own. Using the Baylor dataset in STATA, use the command: tab region daterace, chi2 expected

Interpret this analysis as a hypothesis test, reporting:

a. (2 points) What are the null and alternative hypotheses?

b. (2 points) What is the obtained test statistic?

c. (2 points) What is the p-value?

d. (2 points) Using an alpha-level of .05, what decision do you make?

e. (2 points) In what region is the rate of dating people of a race different from the respondents’ own higher than “expected.”

f. (2 points) Write a sentence or two interpreting this analysis.

  1. (12 points total) With regard to hypothesis tests:

a. (2 points) What is a Type 1 error?

b. (2 points) What is the chance of making a Type 1 error?

c. (2 points) How does increasing the sample size (n) affect the chance of making a Type 1 error?

d. (2 points) What is a Type 2 error?

e. (2 points) How does lowering the alpha-level affect the chance of making a Type 2 error?

f. (2 points) How does increasing the sample size (n) affect the chance of making a Type 2 error?

  1. (6 points) If you think variable X has a causal influence on variable Y, what three things do you need to establish to determine whether this is so?
  1. (10 points) Using the WDI dataset, assess the relationship between national carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per capita (v11) and GDP per capita (v25). a. (4 points) Do an analysis with the command: reg v11 v25. What does this analysis tell us about the connection between GDP per capita and emissions? b. (6 point) Now, you should assess whether the relationship between GDP per capita and emissions is mediated by energy use per capita (v20). Do an analysis with the command: reg v11 v25 v20. What does this analysis suggest about the relationship between GDP per capita and emissions that we do not see in the previous analysis?

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Writing Question

You will write a seven-eight page (approx. 1,500-2,000 words), research-based, informative, and argumentative essay, in which you focus on one conspiracy theory (or multiple conspiracy theories if they connect to a larger subject–like mass shootings, pandemics, war, religion, etc.). You are required to have at least 8-10 sources for this essay (you may use sources from this Unit but it is not mandatory). There is more information on sources later in the Prompt.

The Purpose of this Essay: By synthesizing the ideas of two or more writers to create a broader understanding of an issue on a topic, the purpose of this essay is to inform your audience about a conspiracy theory and make an argument about how this conspiracy has impacted society. You will also be analyzing the sources you are utilizing. To help you create and formulate your thesis and argument (once you decide on your topic), I would suggest answering the following questions. They should also be addressed throughout your essay, but please do not organize your essay as if each paragraph is answering a different question.

Questions:

  • When was your chosen conspiracy theory created, and how long has it been going on for?
  • What are the main points or parts of this theory?
  • Who and/or what started this theory?
  • What types of effects has this conspiracy had on society?
  • Are there certain groups or types of people that are more susceptible to believing or being harmed by your chosen conspiracy theory?
  • Is there any truth to this conspiracy? Explain.
  • What should be done by social media, the individual, or other groups to prevent these conspiracy theories from spreading and further impacting society?

Writing a Strong Argument: Keep in mind, to build an effective argument, you need to present the best positions/claims, which support your ideas as well as demonstrate why the best positions against your ideas (the counter argument) are insufficient. Also, the more articles you read, the more familiar you will become with this subject, so even if you already have certain ideas about conspiracy theories, try to be open to diverse perspectives and ideas. In the end, this will make you an effective critical thinker.

There are no restrictions, but I would encourage you to choose one that is more recent (say, in the past 10-15 years). Also, in the past, the most popular choices were the JFK shooting, Princess Diana’s death, and Area 51 (aliens), so you might consider doing a more original project.

Requirements for Sources: (8-10)

  • Your essay must have at least seven credible/reliable sources
  • You must include at least two articles from the electronic databases (they can be accessed through the library’s homepage)
  • You can use magazines, newspapers and books
  • Limit your use of general websites (Yahoo, CNN, etc.)
  • Do not use general encyclopedic works (e.g., the dictionary, the Encyclopedia Britannica, Wikipedia) in your essay
  • You may also conduct interviews and perform surveys
  • Start researching as soon as possible

Guidelines for Sources

  • As information is to knowledge, so too is a “report” to a “research essay.” You are not writing an extended summary of sources; rather, you are writing a persuasive essay in which sources are used to support your claims.
  • You must make an argument in this essay, not merely summarize facts.
  • Analyze your sources thoroughly from a persuasive standpoint (this is where the rhetorical analysis skills come in handy) to determine their usefulness and credibility. If you do not know the author or origin of a source, if you do not thoroughly understand a source, do not use it! Don’t jeopardize your credibility.
  • Remember, don’t let the sources overtake your paper (too many statistics or technical jargon is not the best for your ethos)

In the end, a successful essay should have:

  • A thoughtful, analytical and persuasive purpose
  • A thesis statement which makes a claim about your topic
  • Cohesive, focused, body paragraphs with topic sentences that support your thesis
  • At least seven credible sources (but not more than ten (see requirements above)
  • Summaries, paraphrases, and direct quotations of your sources
  • A Works Cited page and in-text citations using MLA format
  • A logically progressive structure
  • Audience awareness (persuade and educate your readers)
  • A consistent style (sentence variety, minimal repetition, engaging and meaningful word choices) and an appropriate tone (more formal and tempered—not arrogant or preachy)
  • Few grammatical errors
  • 7-8 pages typed (this does not include your Works Cited page), double-spaced, and formatted in MLA style

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Writing Question

Sample topic: Effects of stress

Guidelines 1 full page, single spaced (Any word count)

  1. Follow the correct APA 7 format:
    1. 1 inch margins from all sides
    2. Times new roman or Arial, font 12
    3. Double spaced
    4. 2-3 references with in-text citations
    5. Other requirements of APA citation style (pay attention to correct referencing).
  2. Thesis
    statement: This will be the last part of introduction, and should
    contain all the 3 points that will be discussed in the body, with each
    body paragraph taking 1 point. Make sure to bold your thesis statement
  3. Grammar:
    Proofread your paper at least twice, pass it through Grammarly. There
    are no grammar mistakes expected. Use native English
  4. I have attached a guide on how to write a good thesis statement, and how to structure paragraphs
  5. In order to make your paper logical we recommend choosing ‘5-paragraph (550 words) essay‘ structure for your
    sample-paper. This is the most common and easily understandable structure for a short essay. In 5-paragraph
    essay
    each paragraph has its purpose:

    1. 1st – introductory paragraph. This should contain a thesis sentence, the main idea your paper
      will defend or narrate about.
    2. 2nd, 3rd and 4th – body paragraphs. Each paragraph should represent
      specific idea or thought that is important for your essay, and should contribute into supporting the key
      argument of your essay.
    3. 5th paragraph – conclusion. This last paragraph should not contain new ideas. It should only
      summarize the ideas you have already laid out in your paper and logically conclude the entire writing.
  6. What to avoid in your writing:
    1. Run-on sentences – a type of sentence in which 2 or more independent ideas are not separated by
      comas or full stops. Such sentences are messy and are generally considered a mistake typical for a
      primitive writing style.
    2. Too short or too large paragraphs – each paragraph should not be less than 3 lines and should not
      exceed your other paragraphs. The amount of writing required to support your ideas should be more or
      less equal. The paragraphs should also not be too short since they all have to contain their own
      introductory sentence, body part and concluding sentence.
    3. Huge citations – cite original sources only when it is really needed. Avoid useless
      citations intended merely to pour the water in your writing. Also, be sure to correctly format your
      citations according to chosen citation style. Remember to use specific format requirements for large
      citations (check your chosen citation style guide for more details).
    4. Confused thoughts and ideas – it is important that your writing is easily understandable
      and ‘user-friendly‘. Whatever is the topic of your writing, it should be easy for reading.
      Avoid complicacy and rather simplify your thoughts

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Writing Question

For this paper, you will produce a film review through a sociological lens. Pick a film that you
can watch over and over again and can pause/play throughout. A film on DVD or streaming
online (e.g. Netflix) is best. The film must be fictional; no documentaries allowed

This is not a summary of the film but an analysis of the film using sociological concepts that we
have discussed and read about throughout the semester.

The paper should be between 57 pages in length, typed, doublespaced, and MLA format.

You must analyze the film using sociological concepts that we have discussed and read about
throughout the semester. For the analysis, please answer the following questions:

1. In the introduction of your paper, include a brief synopsis of the film, and describe the
main characters, including their names.

2. Using your sociological imagination, what is your review of this movie? Make sure to
review the sociological imagination in the Ferris & Stein text when responding to this
question.

3. Analyze the film using one of the following theories: structural functionalism, structural
strain, conflict, Marxist conflict, feminist, queer, symbolic interactionism, or dramaturgy

4. Select two issues/topics from class (key concepts from Ferris & Stein text). For each
topic address the following:

a. How are these issues/topics discussed or displayed in the movie?
b. How does the movie help you to understand these topics?

5. How does who you are (your multiple identities, such as your roles, race/ethnicity, social
class, gender, sexuality, etc. and your biases) affect your viewing of the movie?

6. When watching the movie through a sociological lens, how is the movie different now?

Additional guidelines
You will need to include at least 6 sources in the paper:
You can use sources we have used in class or sources that you have elsewhere.
– The Ferris & Stein text counts as one source, regardless of how many times you cite it.
– At least three sources must be from peerreviewed academic journals or texts. – Use these sources to support your analysis of the film. – The Works Cited page does not count towards the 57 pages requirement.





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Writing Question

Research Paper outline is below. You will need to incorporate the attached questionnaire below and below is my research topic, hypothesis and prediction. Write the paper based on my topic, hypothesis and prediction. 8-10 pages.

Research Question: The relationship between gender and the death penalty.

Hypothesis: Are men more likely to get the death penalty than women?

Prediction: Men are more likely to get the death penalty than women.

I.
Title page: Don’t forget to put the running head at the top left
corner of your title page. The main title should have your research
paper title, your name on the line below it, and the name of your
university on the next line.

II.
Abstract(Should consist of 120 words. It should sum up the goal of the
study, the sample of participants selected, the procedure, and the
conclusions of the study)

III.
Introduction(In a graduate thesis, this section is divided into 2: the
Introduction and the Literature Review. But this is is an undergraduate
paper so title it as Introduction)

Some ideas to develop here are:

A: 1. The background to the
problem you are doing your study on (Support by citing a study on this
problem or issue from a scholarly article in a peer-reviewed journal)

2. The current
manifestations or existence of the problem or issue you are
researching( Support by citing a study on this problem or issue from a scholarly article in a peer-reviewed journal)

3. How other researchers
have tried to solve this problem, or helped find solutions to the
problem( Support by citing a study on this problem or issue from a scholarly article in a peer-reviewed journal ).

B: 1. The purpose of this
research(you can talk about the reason for the research, the research
question, the independent variable, and the dependent variable)

2. Hypothesis

3. Prediction

IV. Methodology

1. Participants(Sample size, sampling technique, etc)

2. Materials(Describe your questionnaire; the number of items, whether or it has been standardized, etc)

3. Procedure(How the questionnaires were given out, administered, and scored)

V.
Results (T-test results, whether it was significant to indicate that
there was a significant difference between the two groups/levels of your
independent variable and whether or not your hypothesis was supported).

VI. Discussion

1. The conclusions of the study(State whether your
hypothesis and predictions were supported. If not, state that too.)

2. Some reasons for your particular results, and
whether or not the conclusions were supported by previous studies.

3. Some problems encountered during the research.
E.g. The difficulty of designing your own questionnaire, getting
participants, etc.

4. Some suggestions on how the study or research can be improved by a future researcher.

VII.
References(Make sure it is in APA Style. If unsure, visit the Writing
Lab for help. NOTE: There should be a minimum of 4 peer-reviewed
articles in your references. Wikipedia does not count!).

VIII. Appendix(Attach a blank copy of the questionnaire here)

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Writing Question

Must
fill out this outline in detail and then use it to write the essay. I
need to turn in this outline filled out along with my essay. I have
already chosen the hero archetype and found the reasons why he matches
that type of hero. I will share it with you.

“22% of your essay should be properly quoted sources”

I.Introduction

A. Introduce the film, novel or play
B. Describe the hero in one or two sentences
C. Describe the hero archetype that applies
D. Indicate the three aspects of that archetype you consider.
1. That kind of hero does this for this reason
2. That kind of hero does this for this reason
E. That kind of hero does this for this reason Transition to II. Definition
F. Summarize the film in a few sentences
G. Discuss the hero of the story in a few sentences
H. Explain why the hero does what he does. (Note: This is where you move out of plot
summary and into analysis by delving into the character)
I. What does the hero learn in the end?
J. How does that lesson make that character an example of a hero?
K. Transition to II.

II. First Heroic quality
A. A hero possesses this particular quality (refer to the list you made)
B. This hero exhibits that same trait.
1. For example, in this scene, he/she faces this or that problem and responds in
this or that way.
2. The hero says (citation).
3. By using those words in this situation, the hero clearly demonstrates that he is
driven by the same forces that drive, by definition, the hero.
C. According to (whatever google source you found)
the hero is motivated by his/her need for…
1. For example, the hero says (citation).
2. These words indicate his/her need for
, , and .
D. Transition to the next archetypal characteristic.
And repeat the formula.

III. Next Point of the Essay following the same format

IV. Next Point of the Essay following the same format

Remember that once you
establish the formula for
your outline: statement,
example, explanation of
example, you repeat the
same formula in each
roman numerical section

V. Conclusion

A.In one sentence, summarize the actions of thecharacter/hero B.In one sentence, summarize the archetype this characterrepresents.

C. Now, during your research phase of this archetype and study of the written text of
the play, novel, poem etc. you have found and set aside two cool little quotes. You
will select something profound that the hero says and save it for the conclusion. Find
a nifty quote about this type of hero and save it for this conclusion. At this point, add
that quote from the character and a sentence about why he says that.
D. Use the nifty quote about the type of hero you are studying. Add that here as
it relates to your hero.
E. Conclude the essay with some philosophical or summary quote.

NOTE: Do not use second person or third person possessive. Never use “you, we, our, us” in your essay.
This is to be third person objective written in scholarly style. If you do use you, we, our or us, there will
be automatic point deductions.REMEMBER: You must include the following items: Completed outline
(not just the template I have shown above, but your completion of that outline. If all you do is copy and
paste the outline I gave your, the grade for the outline will be a zero. Word Count This includes only
the text of the essay, not the outline or the works cited page. Works Cited page in MLA format (see
easybib.com)
If your selected character is from a novel, you and find that text online as an ebook, or in the
library Scripts available at:

http://www.scriptorama.com/oldindex.shtml
http://the.hitchcock.zone/wiki/Multimedia#Scripts
http://scriptsonscreen.com/

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Writing Question

I need part 1 in 7 hours, and part 2 in 20 hours, I will extend

300 Words

Part 1: Validation Remarks to Promote Participation

Review Box 6-4 in the textbook. These are validation remarks that
promote client participation in decision-making.
Address the following points:
Name the phrases and characteristics that you have frequently used in
earning patient participation in decisions.
Discuss the impact on the patient’s participation in health decisions
when these phrases were used
Examine the opportunities when these phrases assisted in positive
patient’s outcomes. 3 parts

Part 2:
Psychological effects of stress

Research paper
Base in your previous work
• Use APA 7 format for in-text citations, reference section, and
headings/subheadings.
• The research paper is a literature review.
• Your literature review should include appropriate sources related to
your topic. See the list of Appropriate Sources at the bottom
• Keep pop psych and newspaper/magazine references to a minimum (only
use for examples).
• The sources requirements are 5 or more. Thorough papers will likely
have more sources. Only include sources cited in your paper on your
reference page.
Provide a minimum of two single spaced pages, and if you use double spacing, also double the number of single space pages• Write an introduction (including a thesis and reasons why your thesis
is important (BOLD this part)), a body presenting detailed and specific evidence to back
the thesis, a conclusion section, and a reference section.
DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. Remember to cite conclusions, theories and ideas (as
well as data) that you’ve acquired from other authors.
Appropriate Sources
Peer-reviewed articles from:
PsycArticles
ResearchGate
Google Scholar
Published books
Information from these websites:
National Institute of Mental Health https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml
(Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)Center for Disease Control and Prevention
[CDC] https://www.cdc.gov/ (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)U.S. Food and Drug Administration [FDA]
https://www.fda.gov/home (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)National Alliance on Mental Health [NAMI]
https://nami.org/

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Writing Question


Word count at least 550

No outside resources use, only use attached file for this writing. Use at least three Planks resources.

TASK: In your initial post, address the following questions. Pretend that you are on a production team that has been tasked with developing a public television documentary about feminism and the National Women’s Conference in the 1970s. Which three planks are you most likely going to incorporate into your documentary? Why? Which three planks are you least likely to incorporate? Why? Be specific and substantive as you answer these questions.

Information taken from sources other than the primary documents will not be evaluated and posts that are structured thusly will not count. You can, though, use your knowledge of the podcasts and the textbook for framing purposes, meaning typically one sentence per paragraph to set the scene. At least 90 percent of what you say needs to come from the documents in the form of summarizing content, minimally quoting, and analyzing. If a mathematical proportion would help you consider how much to summarize, how much to quote, and how much to analyze, consider the following as a good rule of thumb: 60 percent summary and discussion, 20 percent quotation, and 20 percent analysis.

Remember the directions in the syllabus that state “All students need to say something new, meaning discuss a different document or make a different point about the documents already discussed.” Students who submit posts that parallel the evidence and argumentation of previously submitted post are at substantial risk of being evaluated for plagiarism. Put simply, your work must be yours alone. It is not okay to borrow the words or ideas of a classmate. I noted in the syllabus that I turned my daughter into her teacher for plagiarism when she was in the fourth grade, and I will not hesitate to deploy the plagiarism sanctions against students judged to be in violation of the policy for this class.


  1. Document usage requirements: Be sure that you use at least three different primary documents from the assigned PDF for your first post. For each of your subsequent posts use a document not yet discussed in your group’s DB.
  2. Permissible and impermissible sources: Completion of the DB assignment requires consultation of no additional sources. You must not use Wikipedia or any other Internet source. Use only your assigned materials: the primary documents, e-book, and podcasts. I instruct the TAs to ignore material derived from unauthorized sources, so using such material will only hurt your grade.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

TASK: In this essay, you will use at least four course texts and you will construct an argument of
your own in relation to those four texts. In other words, you will have a clear thesis statement
that represents where you stand in relation to other authors writing about the topic of college. In
your concluding section, you should give consideration to what we, as scholars, should take
away from this debate. What is the “So what? Who cares?” for your reader? As you read through
the texts for this section, you should observe what the authors have to say about college. Here are
some questions that the writers from this section might be posing: who should go to college, how
much it should cost, does its current structure disadvantage certain people, what is the purpose of
college education, in what ways could college be modified? The point of the paper is to
synthesize your reading in order to develop your own position. You might agree with some
writers and disagree with others. The point of the paper is to make your own claim and then
show how your claim relates to what has come before. In other words, what do they say, and
what do you say?
METHOD: You should spend time in and out of class considering the authors and texts we read,
thinking about the topic of college, and deciding what position you’d like to take in relation to
the other academic discourse on the role of college in American life. Do not jump in quickly to a
simplistic, opinion-based position. Let your critical analysis of our course texts guide you to your
position.
RATIONALE: This assignment builds on your work in essays #1 and #2 in summary, analysis,
and academic argumentation. Further, you will need to indicate in your paper how our course
texts stake out their own positions and how yours, then, stands in relation. This is a sophisticated
project and it will demonstrate that you are ready to move on to English 0802. You will use all
relevant SKILLS developed in the course of English 0701 in writing this paper.
TEXT OPTION: You may choose to write about any of our course texts from unit 3, but you
must use at least four of them in your essay. They must be properly cited, quoted, summarized,
and analyzed.
REQUIREMENTS – Minimum of 7 pages not including your Works Cited list. Double-spaced;
Times New Roman 12; paginated; with a title, your name and course info on the first page.

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Writing Question

1. Read and consider the following Essay Prompt:

Your audience is future students of Composition II, and your purpose is to prepare them for the work ahead of them. You’ve come to the end of the class and are in a position to advise and encourage others, based on your own experience.

Consider the works we have read, and their lasting value. Discuss one aspect of one work – a character, a setting, a mind-blowing passage – and why it resonates with you. What are some of the lines or moments that you find especially insightful or astute? How does it reflect the concerns in our world?

You may wish to consider the following areas as you organize the two body paragraphs for your essay:

Plot Summary – What happens in the plot that makes this work worth remembering? Avoid merely retelling the story, here!

Conflicts – What conflicts does the work include?

Character – How does the writer reveal character? With which character(s) do you sympathize? Are the characters plausible? What do minor characters contribute to the work?

Setting – What does setting (time and place of the action) contribute to the work?

Symbolism – Do certain characters, settings or actions seem to you to stand for something in addition to themselves? In other words, are they symbolic?

Theme – What is the theme? That is, what does the work add up to? Does the theme reinforce values that you hold, or does it challenge them?

Connection – How or why did this particular selection come to mind?

2. Complete an informal outline for a 4-paragraph essay:

  1. Introduction
  2. Body paragraph 1
  3. Body paragraph 2
  4. Conclusion

3. Use your informal outline as you draft your essay. As you review and revise your draft, ask yourself if your draft meets the criteria of the Final Reflective Essay Evaluation Rubric.

4. After you have reviewed your draft, ensuring that it meets the criteria from Final Reflective Essay Evaluation Rubric, submit your final draft to the Final Reflective Essay dropbox folder as one of the following acceptable filetypes: Word Document (.DOC or .DOCX) or Rich Text File (.RTF).

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Assignment Content

  1. For your Final Project in the course, assume the role of financial analyst and create a full analysis between two different companies in the same industry (for example, Coca Cola and Pepsi). Please ensure that you fully explain all calculations and that you answer every question thoroughly. You will need to locate information about the two companies’ annual financial statements for the most recent year available. To do so, go to one of the many financial sites on the Internet to download their reports.

    Your analysis should address the following items:

    1. What are the primary lines of business of these two companies as shown in their notes to the financial statement?
    2. Which company has the dominant position in their industry?
    3. What are the gross profits, operating profits, and net income for these two companies?
    4. Compute both companies’ cash coverage ratio, current ratio, and free cash flow.
    5. What ratios do each of these companies use in the Management’s Discussion and Analysis section of the annual report to explain their financial condition related to debt financing (meaning you MUST find each of the two firms’ annual reports)?
    6. What are the gross profits, net income, EBIT, EBITDA and free cash flow (FCF) for these two companies?
    7. For both companies, compute:
    • current ratio;
    • quick ratio;
    • total debt ratio;
    • debt-equity ratio;
    • total asset turnover;
    • inventory turnover;
    • day’s sales in inventory;
    • profit margin on sales;
    • return on assets; and
    • return on equity.
    • Fully explain what each ratio is telling you (NOT just a definition), but relevant to your firms.

    Complete your study with a full DuPont Model.Specifically, after calculating the ratios, explain what each tells you about the company and compare/contrast with the other company. For example, when discussing the day’s sales in inventory and inventory turnover, indicate where and why there might be a significant difference between the two companies you have selected.
    Finally, using two of the several valuation models we have studied in this course, demonstrate whether the stock is overvalued, undervalued, or correctly valued by the market. They might include CAPM, Dividend Discount, Free Cash Flow, or Earnings Multiplier, your choice, but be prepared to defend your answer in your final presentation.
    The paper must follow APA writing style guidelines for citation (both in-text and reference), structure, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Include your analytical comments and add charts or graphs if they help to prove your point more clearly.
    Click the Grading rubric link to see the criteria I will use to assess your work and to compare your work to the rubric before submitting it.

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Writing Question

This is a 3 part assignment. The 1st part is to read the material and then write the initial discussion post, minimum of 200 words. The 2nd part is to write a minimum of 100 words reply reply to 3 classmates posts. Once the initial post is completed I will post here 3 other classmates posts for you to write a short reply to. The 3rd part which is the writing assignment, is to be completed separate from the discussion post.

Reading Material: Chapters 14,15,16 & 17. I am attaching a screenshot photo if the book. If you do not have access to it then let me know.

** THE INITIAL DISCUSSION POST MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF TUTOR ACCEPTING THIS ASSIGNMENT **

I am attaching the PDF files for the reading material here.

Discussion Assignment: In this discussion, students will demonstrate an understanding of the juvenile and adult justice systems, the juvenile justice process, and juvenile dispositions. Step 1: Review the “Viewpoint” reading at the end of Chapter 15 in your textbook.

  • Review the Module 6 readings and Learning Unit 6Links to an external site..
    • Identify and discuss two specific similarities between the juvenile and adult justice systems.
    • Identify and discuss two specific differences between the juvenile and adult justice systems.
  • Consider what you learned in the Module 6 readings on the juvenile justice process.
    • Identify and discuss one pro of transferring juveniles to adult court.
    • Identify and discuss one con of transferring juveniles to adult court.
  • Consider the Module 6 textbook and learning unit readings on juvenile dispositions and the concepts and implications associated with these dispositions. Assuming John stays in the juvenile justice system:
    • Identify and discuss one juvenile treatment option discussed in the module readings that could be utilized in John’s case.
    • Identify and discuss one juvenile punishment option discussed in the module readings that could be utilized in John’s case. Can 14-year-olds truly understand the seriousness and consequences of their behavior? Why or why not?
  • Do you think a juvenile court judge should consider the victim in making a disposition decision? Why or why not?
  • After considering John’s case and your responses to the previous questions in this discussion:
    • Make a specific recommendation on John’s case, including whether you would transfer John or keep him in the juvenile justice system.
    • Be sure to weigh and discuss the individualized need for treatment and the need to protect the public, as well as any other relevant factors you considered when making your decision.

In your three responses to your classmates, consider addressing the discussion questions they presented, using facts and evidence from the module materials to support your discussion. You might also review their responses to the other discussion topics. Did these responses adequately and accurately address the topics? Did the responses mention something or consider something you had not thought of? Did you have a different perspective on a topic that you would like to share?

Step 2: Create an initial post that thoroughly addresses the following elements:

Writing Assignment 3 : In this assignment, students will demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to delinquency, such as substance use and family life. Students will also demonstrate an understanding of delinquency control and prevention strategies that have been implemented to address various types of juvenile delinquency. Students will also identify and discuss steps in the juvenile justice process and discuss similarities and differences between the juvenile justice and adult criminal justice systems.

Step 1:

  • Review the Module 4, 5, and 6 textbook readings (Chapters 7–12; 14–17).
  • Review Module 4 Learning UnitLinks to an external site., Module 5 Learning UnitLinks to an external site., and Module 6 Learning UnitLinks to an external site..
  • Review the Module 1 Learning UnitLinks to an external site. for helpful information on locating scholarly sources and APA formatting.
  • Review the Writing Assignment 3 Rubric which outlines how this assignment will be graded.
  • Download and use the pre-formatted APA Template.
  • Review the APA guide and Sample Student Paper which shows how the content, organization and formatting, and technical aspects of your paper should generally look to receive an “A” grade.
  • Read the Paper Format and Helpful Hints sections at the end of these instructions before beginning this assignment.
  • Step 2: Watch the following videos:

    • Juvenile Justice: Shawn (Links to an external site.)
    • Juvenile Justice: Contributing Factors (Links to an external site.)
    • Juvenile Justice: Understanding Shawn’s Behavior (Links to an external site.)
    • Juvenile Justice: Sentencing Day

    • Step 3: Write a paper in APA format addressing the following requirements:

      1. Cover page in APA format2. Paragraph 1: Introduction Paragraph

      • Give a clear, concise overview of the case study provided.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      3. Paragraph 2: Risk and Protective Factors Paragraph

      • Discuss what risk and protective factors are.
      • See Chapter 12 in your textbook and youth.gov (Links to an external site.) for more information.
      • Consider the risk and protective factors for child delinquency discussed in your textbook and in the above website. Which of the risk factors and protective factors discussed in your textbook and the youth.gov website are mentioned in Shawn’s case? Discuss.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      4. Paragraph 3: The Family

      • Chapter 8 in your text discusses the family’s influence on delinquency, and how such factors as family deviance, family effectiveness, and family conflict, affect juvenile behavior.
      • Discuss the influence of the family in Shawn’s case, providing evidence from the Chapter 8 readings and the video case study to support your discussion.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      5. Paragraph 4: Substance Use

      • Consider the discussion in Chapter 11 of your text on reasons why youths take drugs.
      • What reason(s) apply in Shawn’s case? Provide specific information from the video to support your discussion.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      6. Paragraph 5: Delinquency Prevention and Control

      • Consider the drug control strategies discussed in Chapter 11 of your textbook.
      • Consider the various delinquency prevention programs discussed in Chapter 12 of your textbook.
      • Identify one delinquency control strategy from Chapter 11 or one delinquency prevention program from Chapter 12 that could have been applied to help Shawn.
      • Discuss how the program could have been applied in Shawn’s case and which of the risk factors in Shawn’s life this program would have addressed.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      7. Paragraph 6: Juvenile Justice Process

      • What steps in the juvenile court process, as discussed in Chapter 15 of your textbook, are displayed in Shawn’s case?
      • Identify at least two steps of the juvenile justice process that can be seen in Shawn’s case.
      • Define what happens during each step (citing your text).
      • For each step you identify, provide specific evidence from the video to support how each step is illustrated.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      8. Paragraph 7: Juvenile Versus Adult Justice

      • Consider the juvenile and adult justice systems and review the Module 2 readings.
      • Identify and discuss one similarity between the juvenile justice process and the adult justice system.
      • Identify and discuss one difference between the juvenile justice process and the adult justice system.
      • Use (and cite) evidence from Shawn’s case and the text to support your discussion.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      9. Paragraph 8: Juvenile Corrections

      • Consider the possible juvenile dispositions discussed in Chapters 15 and 16 of your textbook. Which iof these juvenile dispositions are mentioned as options in the videos of Shawn’s case?
      • How can the debate between rehabilitations/treatment and punishment for juveniles be seen in Shawn’s case?
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      10. Paragraph 9: Rehabilitation or Punishment?

      • Consider Shawn’s case study and the Module 6 textbook materials on juvenile corrections.
      • Develop a sentence that is fitting for Shawn, incorporating the debate on rehabilitation (the purpose of the juvenile justice system) and punishment.
      • Consider community-based and secure correctional options, and note the correctional treatments for institutionalized juveniles discussed in the Module 6 textbook readings.
      • Note: Cite any and all sources used in this paragraph with APA in-text citations.

      11. Reference page in APA format

      • An APA-format reference page with a reference for your textbook, as well as any other sources you use in the course of writing your essay. Remember that for every reference, you should have corresponding parenthetical (in-text) citations in your paper.
      • Helpful Hints

        • Sample citations for your textbook look like this: (Siegel & Welsh, 2018) or (Siegel & Welsh, 2018, p. 152). The second citation example includes a page number, which should be included in citations following direct quotes and/or very specific information.
        • If the content you are discussing in a paragraph is all from one source (such as your textbook), cite the source at the beginning of the paragraph (at the end of the first sentence) and at the end (at the end of the last sentence), as well as after any direct quotes.
        • A good paragraph is between four and eight complete, thorough, and grammatically correct sentences.
        • Writing Assignment 3 Rubric
        • 10 to >8.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly, specifically, thoroughly, and accurately provides an overview of the provided case study. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 8 to >7.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph provides an overview of the provided case study that is mostly clear, complete, and accurate. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 7 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph provides an overview of the provided case study that is somewhat clear, complete, and accurate. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph provides an overview of the provided case study that is not clear, complete, and/or accurate. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          10 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph 2: Risk and Protective Factors

          15 to >12.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly, specifically, thoroughly, and accurately defines and discusses risk and protective factors. The paragraph clearly and accurately identifies and discusses specific risk and protective factors relevant to the provided case study. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 12 to >9.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph mostly defines and discusses risk and protective factors in a clear, specific, and accurate manner. The paragraph mostly identifies and discusses specific risk and protective factors relevant to the provided case study. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 9 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph somewhat defines and discusses risk and protective factors in a clear, specific, and accurate manner. The paragraph somewhat identifies and discusses specific risk and protective factors relevant to the provided case study. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph does not define and/or discuss risk and protective factors in a clear, specific, and accurate manner. The paragraph does not identify and/or discuss specific risk and protective factors relevant to the provided case study. The paragraph does not demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          15 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph 3: The Family

          15 to >12.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly, specifically, thoroughly, and accurately discusses the influence of the family in the provided case study, clearly incorporating the relevant textbook concepts. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 12 to >9.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph discusses the influence of the family in the provided case study, incorporating the relevant textbook concepts, in a mostly clear, complete, and accurate manner. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 9 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph discusses the influence of the family in the provided case study, incorporating the relevant textbook concepts, in a somewhat clear, complete, and accurate manner. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph does not discuss the influence of the family in the provided case study in a clear, accurate, and/or complete manner. The paragraph does not demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved or a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          15 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph 4: Substance Use

          15 to >12.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly, specifically, thoroughly, and accurately discusses the reasons why youths take drugs and which of these reasons apply to the provided case study, clearly incorporating the relevant textbook concepts. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 12 to >9.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph mostly clearly, specifically, thoroughly, and accurately discusses the reasons why youths take drugs and which of these reasons apply to the provided case study, incorporating the relevant textbook concepts. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 9 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph discusses the reasons why youths take drugs and which of these reasons apply to the provided case study in a somewhat clear, complete, and accurate manner. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph does not discuss in a clear, complete, and/or accurate manner the reasons youths take drugs and/or which of these reasons are relevant to the case study. The paragraph does not demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved or a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          15 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraphs 5: Delinquency Prevention and Control

          15 to >12.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly identifies and discusses one delinquency control or prevention strategy. The paragraph clearly, accurately, and thoroughly applies this strategy to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 12 to >9.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph mostly clearly identifies and discusses one delinquency control or prevention strategy. The paragraph mostly clearly, accurately, and thoroughly applies this strategy to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 9 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph somewhat clearly identifies and discusses one delinquency control or prevention strategy. The paragraph somewhat clearly, accurately, and thoroughly applies this strategy to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph somewhat clearly identifies and/or discusses one delinquency control or prevention strategy. The paragraph somewhat clearly, accurately, and thoroughly applies this strategy to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          15 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph 6: Juvenile Justice Process

          20 to >15.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly identifies and discusses at least two steps of the juvenile justice process, defining each step and providing specific evidence related to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 15 to >10.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph mostly identifies and discusses at least two steps of the juvenile justice process, mostly defining each step and providing mostly specific evidence related to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 10 to >5.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph somewhat identifies and discusses at least one step of the juvenile justice process, somewhat defining each step and providing some specific evidence related to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 5 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph does not identify and/or discuss at least one step of the juvenile justice process, and/or does not define each step, and/or does not provide specific evidence related to the case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph does not demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          20 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph 7: Juvenile Versus Adult Justice

          20 to >15.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly identifies and discusses at least one similarity and one difference between the juvenile and adult justice systems, incorporating evidence from the textbook and case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 15 to >10.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph mostly clearly identifies and discusses at least one similarity and one difference between the juvenile and adult justice systems, incorporating evidence from the textbook and case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 10 to >5.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph somewhat clearly identifies and discusses at least one similarity and one difference between the juvenile and adult justice systems, incorporating evidence from the textbook and case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 5 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph does not clearly identify and/or discuss at least one similarity and one difference between the juvenile and adult justice systems, incorporating evidence from the textbook and case study as required in the instructions. The paragraph does not demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          20 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph 8: Juvenile Corrections

          15 to >12.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly identifies and discusses specific juvenile dispositions that are both discussed in the text and mentioned in the case study materials provided. The paragraph clearly discusses the debate between rehabilitation and punishment for juveniles and clearly relates this debate to the provided case study. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 12 to >9.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph mostly clearly identifies and discusses specific juvenile dispositions that are both discussed in the text and mentioned in the case study materials provided. The paragraph mostly clearly discusses the debate between rehabilitation and punishment for juveniles and mostly clearly relates this debate to the provided case study. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 9 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph somewhat clearly identifies and discusses specific juvenile dispositions that are both discussed in the text and mentioned in the case study materials provided. The paragraph somewhat clearly discusses the debate between rehabilitation and punishment for juveniles and somewhat clearly relates this debate to the provided case study. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph does not clearly identify and/or discuss specific juvenile dispositions that are both discussed in the text and mentioned in the case study materials provided. The paragraph does not clearly discuss the debate between rehabilitation and punishment for juveniles and/or does not clearly relate this debate to the provided case study. The paragraph does not demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          15 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph 9: Rehabilitation or Punishment?

          10 to >8.0 ptsExemplaryParagraph clearly and specifically recommends a sentence that is fitting based upon the case study and required materials. The paragraph clearly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 8 to >7.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsParagraph mostly clearly and specifically recommends a sentence that is fitting based upon the case study and required materials. The paragraph mostly demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 7 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingParagraph somewhat clearly and specifically recommends a sentence that is fitting based upon the case study and required materials. The paragraph somewhat demonstrates an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. No first person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningParagraph does not clearly and/or specifically recommend a sentence that is fitting based upon the case study and required materials. The paragraph does not demonstrate an understanding of the issues involved and a comprehension of the relevant materials. All sources are properly cited with in-text citations in APA format. Any content not in the student’s own words is put in quotation marks. First person (I, me, we, us, etc.) is used. 0 ptsNot AcceptableParagraph does not address the assignment instructions. Paper content/format is substantially different from assignment instructions. Paper content is unclear making it difficult to read. Student does not properly cite sources with in-text citations in APA format, and/or student does not write content in one’s own words using quotation marks (” “), thus committing an act of plagiarism. Content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as determined by Turnitin.

          10 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization

          5 to >4.0 ptsExemplaryThe paper is developed in well-organized, logical paragraphs that include consistently include effective use of transitions. Thoughtful structure (i.e., paragraphs and complete sentences) eases the reader through the work. 4 to >3.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsThe paper is developed in logical paragraphs that include effective use of transitions. Adequate structure guides the reader through the work. 3 to >2.0 ptsDevelopingThe paper is developed in paragraphs, but includes limited use of transitions. Structure provides limited guidance for the reader. 2 to >0.0 ptsBeginningThe paper is not developed in paragraphs. Transitions are not present. Poor structure obstructs the reader’s understanding of the assignment. 0 ptsNot AcceptableThe structure of the paper makes it difficult to read, and/or information is copied and pasted, and/or paper does not utilize APA template provided, and/or no paper submitted.

          5 pts
          This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTechnical Aspects

          10 to >8.0 ptsExemplaryThe paper employs a wide variety of sentence structures, ideas, premises, or imagery that effectively engage the reader. Word usage displays an excellent grasp of the vocabulary related to the subject. Paper has no misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Paper uses APA citations correctly and effectively throughout and includes APA references and other required elements. Accurately utilizes word processing software (i.e., Microsoft Word) when writing the assignment, incorporating APA template provided in Module 1 of the course. 8 to >7.0 ptsMeets ExpectationsThe paper employs a variety of sentence structures, ideas, premises or imagery that engage the reader. Uses a clear and appropriate voice to convey the writer’s literary expertise. Word usage displays a good grasp of the vocabulary related to the subject. Paper has few misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Paper uses APA format fairly consistently throughout, but with some mistakes. Utilizes word processing software (i.e., Microsoft Word) with some mistakes when writing assignment, incorporating APA template provided in Module 1 of the course. 7 to >6.0 ptsDevelopingThe paper employs some variety of sentence structures, ideas, premises or imagery that engage the reader. Uses a clear and appropriate voice to convey the writer’s literary expertise. Word usage displays a good grasp of the vocabulary related to the subject. Paper has several misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Paper uses APA format sparingly. Utilizes word processing software (i.e., Microsoft Word) with many mistakes when writing assignment, incorporating APA template provided in Module 1 of the course. 6 to >0.0 ptsBeginningThe paper employs repetitive (or poor) sentence structure, ideas, premises, or imagery that fail to engage the reader. Lacks voice and conveys little, if any, literary knowledge. Demonstrates poor grasp of vocabulary related to the subject. Paper has many misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Paper uses the APA Template provided in Module 1 but uses APA format entirely incorrectly, including failing to cite sources using in-text (parenthetical) citations in APA format. Utilizes word processing software (i.e., Microsoft Word). 0 ptsNot AcceptableThe lack of structure and/or poor word choice, misspellings, and/or grammatical errors makes the paper difficult to read. Paper does not utilize word processing software (such as Microsoft Word), APA template/format is not used, no paper submitted, and/or content of student assignment indicates academic dishonesty (plagiarism, etc.) as detected by Turnitin.

          10 pts
          Total Points: 150PreviousNext

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Assignment Content

  1. For your Final Project in the course, assume the role of financial analyst and create a full analysis between two different companies in the same industry (for example, Coca Cola and Pepsi). Please ensure that you fully explain all calculations and that you answer every question thoroughly. You will need to locate information about the two companies’ annual financial statements for the most recent year available. To do so, go to one of the many financial sites on the Internet to download their reports.

    Your analysis should address the following items:

    1. What are the primary lines of business of these two companies as shown in their notes to the financial statement?
    2. Which company has the dominant position in their industry?
    3. What are the gross profits, operating profits, and net income for these two companies?
    4. Compute both companies’ cash coverage ratio, current ratio, and free cash flow.
    5. What ratios do each of these companies use in the Management’s Discussion and Analysis section of the annual report to explain their financial condition related to debt financing (meaning you MUST find each of the two firms’ annual reports)?
    6. What are the gross profits, net income, EBIT, EBITDA and free cash flow (FCF) for these two companies?
    7. For both companies, compute:
    • current ratio;
    • quick ratio;
    • total debt ratio;
    • debt-equity ratio;
    • total asset turnover;
    • inventory turnover;
    • day’s sales in inventory;
    • profit margin on sales;
    • return on assets; and
    • return on equity.
    • Fully explain what each ratio is telling you (NOT just a definition), but relevant to your firms.

    Complete your study with a full DuPont Model.Specifically, after calculating the ratios, explain what each tells you about the company and compare/contrast with the other company. For example, when discussing the day’s sales in inventory and inventory turnover, indicate where and why there might be a significant difference between the two companies you have selected.
    Finally, using two of the several valuation models we have studied in this course, demonstrate whether the stock is overvalued, undervalued, or correctly valued by the market. They might include CAPM, Dividend Discount, Free Cash Flow, or Earnings Multiplier, your choice, but be prepared to defend your answer in your final presentation.
    The paper must follow APA writing style guidelines for citation (both in-text and reference), structure, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Include your analytical comments and add charts or graphs if they help to prove your point more clearly.
    Click the Grading rubric link to see the criteria I will use to assess your work and to compare your work to the rubric before submitting it.


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Writing Question

Assignment Content


  1. For your Final Project in the course, assume the role of financial analyst and create a full analysis between two different companies in the same industry (for example, Coca Cola and Pepsi). Please ensure that you fully explain all calculations and that you answer every question thoroughly. You will need to locate information about the two companies’ annual financial statements for the most recent year available. To do so, go to one of the many financial sites on the Internet to download their reports.

    Your analysis should address the following items:

    1. What are the primary lines of business of these two companies as shown in their notes to the financial statement?
    2. Which company has the dominant position in their industry?
    3. What are the gross profits, operating profits, and net income for these two companies?
    4. Compute both companies’ cash coverage ratio, current ratio, and free cash flow.
    5. What ratios do each of these companies use in the Management’s Discussion and Analysis section of the annual report to explain their financial condition related to debt financing (meaning you MUST find each of the two firms’ annual reports)?
    6. What are the gross profits, net income, EBIT, EBITDA and free cash flow (FCF) for these two companies?
    7. For both companies, compute:
    • current ratio;
    • quick ratio;
    • total debt ratio;
    • debt-equity ratio;
    • total asset turnover;
    • inventory turnover;
    • day’s sales in inventory;
    • profit margin on sales;
    • return on assets; and
    • return on equity.
    • Fully explain what each ratio is telling you (NOT just a definition), but relevant to your firms.

    Complete your study with a full DuPont Model.Specifically, after calculating the ratios, explain what each tells you about the company and compare/contrast with the other company. For example, when discussing the day’s sales in inventory and inventory turnover, indicate where and why there might be a significant difference between the two companies you have selected.
    Finally, using two of the several valuation models we have studied in this course, demonstrate whether the stock is overvalued, undervalued, or correctly valued by the market. They might include CAPM, Dividend Discount, Free Cash Flow, or Earnings Multiplier, your choice, but be prepared to defend your answer in your final presentation.
    The paper must follow APA writing style guidelines for citation (both in-text and reference), structure, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Include your analytical comments and add charts or graphs if they help to prove your point more clearly.
    Click the Grading rubric link to see the criteria I will use to assess your work and to compare your work to the rubric before submitting it.

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Writing Question

For your research paper in this course, you will write an analytical research paper addressing a topic of your choosing from among the topics covered in this course. As a research paper, your paper will have to answer a significant puzzle related to a course topic.

Title Page of the Paper: The title of your paper should be brief but should adequately inform the reader of your general topic and the specific focus of your research. Keywords relating to parameters, population, and other specifics are useful. The Title Page must include the title, name, course name and number, and Professor’s Name.

Introduction, Research Question, and Hypothesis: This section shall provide an overview of the topic that you are writing about, a concise synopsis of the issues, and why the topic presents a “puzzle” that prompts your research questions, which you will include. This section will end your introduction with your research question.

Review of the Literature: All research projects include a literature review to set out for the reader what knowledge exists on the subject under study and helps the researcher develop the research strategy to use in the study. A good literature review is a thoughtful study of what has been written, a summary of the arguments that exist (whether you agree with them or not), arranged thematically. At the end of the summary, there should still be gaps in the literature that you intend to fill with your research.

As a literature review, this section should identify the common themes and theories that the prior research identified. In this section, what you do is look at the conclusions of prior research and identify the common themes in the conclusions. You then identify those themes. The APUS online library has some helpful information on literature reviews.

Methodology and Research Strategy: This section provides the reader with a description of how you carried out your qualitative research project, and the variables you identified and analyzed. It describes any special considerations and defines any limitations and terms specific to this project, if necessary. This section can be brief or more complicated, depending on the project.

Analysis and Findings: are not the same as conclusions. In the analysis component of this section you identify how you analyzed the data. The second part is the finding you got from your analysis of the data. The findings are the facts that you developed, not your interpretation of the facts. That interpretation is conducted in the conclusions and recommendations section of the paper. Findings will come from the prior research you examined and your analysis of those prior findings to create new findings for your paper. While there may be some facts that are such that they will stand and translate to your paper, the intent is to create new knowledge, so you will normally analyze the data to create your own findings of what facts that data represents.

Conclusions and Recommendations: is the section where you give your interpretation of the data. Here you tell the reader what the findings mean. Often the conclusions and recommendations sections will mirror the findings in construct as the researcher tells the reader what that researcher sees as the meaning of that data, their conclusions. Then, drawing on those conclusions, the researcher tells the reader what they believe needs to be done to solve/answer the research question. This section may include recognition of any needs for further research and then finishes with a traditional conclusion to the paper as a whole.

  • Your paper must be at a minimum of 8-10 pages (the Title and Reference pages do not count towards the minimum limit).
  • Scholarly and credible references should be used. A good rule of thumb is at least 2 scholarly sources per page of content.
  • Type in Times New Roman, 12 point and double space.
  • Students will follow the current APA Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework.
  • Points will be deducted for the use of Wikipedia or encyclopedic type sources. It is highly advised to utilize books, peer-reviewed journals, articles, archived documents, etc.
  • All submissions will be graded using the assignment rubric.

references:

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Greve, F. (1992, October 24). In world espionage, France emerges as key U.S. adversary. As cited in Wimmer, B. (2015). Business espionage: Risks threats, and countermeasures. Waltham, MD: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Ketcham, C. (2009, March 12). Israeli spying in the United States. “Counterpunch.” Retrieved from https://www.counterpunch.org/2009/03/12/israeli-spying-in-the-united-states/

Martin, J. (2009, March 21). Israeli spying in the United States. “The European Union Times.” Retrieved from https://www.eutimes.net/2009/03/israeli-spying-in-the-united-states/

Minemura, K. (2011, November 9). Chinese military used wide network of female spies. Asahi Weekly. As cited in Wimmer, B. (2015). Business espionage: Risks threats, and countermeasures. Waltham, MD: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Schweizer, P. (1996, January/February). The growth of economic espionage: America is target number one. Foreign Affairs Magazine. Retrieved from https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/united-states/1996-01-01/growth-economic-espionage-america-target-number-one

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Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC), U.S. Chamber of Commerce. (2017, February). The roots of innovation (5th Ed.). U.S. Chamber International, IP Index. Retrieved from http://www.theglobalipcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/GIPC_IP_Index_2017_Report.pdf

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Bruer, W. (2015, July 24). FBI sees Chinese involvement amid sharp rise in economic espionage cases. CNN politics. Retrieved from http://edition.cnn.com/2015/07/24/politics/fbi-economic-espionage/index.html

Trade Secrets Institute. (2010). Cases from Economic Espionage Act. Retrieved from http://tsi.brooklaw.edu/category/legal-basis-trade-secret-claims/economic-espionage-act

U.S. Department of Commerce. (2017). Notable Industrial Espionage Cases. Retrieved from http://www.wrc.noaa.gov/wrso/security_guide/industry.htm

Wimmer, B. (2015). Business espionage: Risks threats, and countermeasures. Waltham, MD: Butterworth-Heinemann.Bamford, J. (2016, January-February). The espionage economy. National Security. 70-72. Retrieved from http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/01/22/the-espionage-economy/

Banks, W. (2017). Cyber espionage and electronic surveillance: beyond the media coverage. Emory Law Journal, 66, 513-525.

Davidson, J. (2016, Jan 31). ISIS threatens Feds, military after theft of personal data. Washington Post. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/federal-eye/wp/2016/01/31/isis-threatens-feds-military-after-theft-of-personal-data/

Davis, J. H. (2015, July 9). Hacking of government computers exposed 21.5 million people. The NY Times. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/10/us/office-of-personnel-management-hackers-got-data-of-millions.html

Evans, N. (2013, September 20). Barclays: Eight men arrested over £1.3 million theft in latest bank cyber crime plot. Mirror. Retrieved from http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/barclays-eight-men-arrested-over-2287318

Jacobs, A. & Helft, M. (2010, January 12). Google, citing attack, threatens to exit China. NY Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/13/world/asia/13beijing.html

Keteyian, A. (2010, April 19). Digital photocopiers loaded with secrets. CBS. Retrieved from https://www.cbsnews.com/news/digital-photocopiers-loaded-with-secrets/

Matthews, L. (2017, September 7). Equifax data breach impacts 143 million Americans. Forbes. Retrieved from https://www.forbes.com/sites/leemathews/2017/09/07/equifax-data-breach-impacts-143-million-americans/#50c6a6e4356f

Mozur, P. (2014, January 28). New rules in China upset Western tech companies. NY Times. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/29/technology/in-china-new-cybersecurity-rules-perturb-western-tech-companies.html

Rollins, J. (2015). U.S. – China cyber agreement. Retrieved from https://fas.org/sgp/crs/row/IN10376.pdf

Sanger, D. (2014, May 19). With spy charges, U.S. draws a line that few others recognize. NY Times. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/20/us/us-treads-fine-line-in-fighting-chinese-espionage.html

The Economist. (2015, August 1). A new age of espionage; Intelligence and democracy. Retrieved from https://www.economist.com/news/international/21660104-electronic-spycraft-getting-easier-more-controversial-old-style-human-sort

Troianovski, A., & Yadron, D. (2014, June 26). German government ends Verizon contract. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from https://www.wsj.com/articles/german-government-ends-verizon-contract-1403802226

United States v. Wang. (2014, May 1). Criminal No. 14-118. Retrieved from https://www.justice.gov/iso/opa/resources/5122014519132358461949.pdf

United Press International (UPI). (2013, October 14). Brazil to create its own email system after protesting U.S. spying. Retrieved from https://www.upi.com/Science_News/Technology/2013/10/14/Brazil-to-create-its-own-email-system-afterprotesting-US-spying/69911381785172/

Wimmer, B. (2015). Business espionage: Risks threats, and countermeasures. Waltham, MD: Butterworth-Heinemann.Dickinson, S. (2012, March 27). China corporate espionage: The real problem and the real solution. Retrieved from http://www.chinalawblog.com/tag/how-to-prevent-china-piracy/

Miller, M. (2014, July 2). Corporate espionage? Harsco sues ex-exec it claims passed secrets to competitor, consultant. Harrisburg Patriot news. Retrieved from http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2014/07/corporate_espionage_harsco_sue.html

Schaffer, M. (2003, July 1). Local baker says rival stole his bread and butter. Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved from http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/939265/posts

Schweizer, P. (1993). Friendly spies: How America’s allies are using economic espionage to steal our secrets. New York, NY: Atlantic Monthly Press.
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Schweizer, P. (1996, January/February). Growth of economic espionage: America is target number one. Foreign Affairs Magazine. Retrieved from https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/united-states/1996-01-01/growth-economic-espionage-america-target-number-one

Smith, C.D. (2011, November). How pervasive is it? U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Intellectual Property Center. Retrieved from http://www.theglobalipcenter.com/

The Report of the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property. (2013, February). Retrieved from http://www.ipcommission.org/report/IP_Commission_Report_Update_2017.pdf

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Writing Question

  • Essay (45%) 1000 – 1500 words
  • Essay topics will be posted on the Course Content page several weeks prior to when the essay is due.
  • You will be asked to choose one of a selection of essay topics based specifically on the course material.
  • Send your essay to the course “Dropbox.” You’ll find this link on the top of the course website page. Follow the instructions to attach and submit your essay.
  • I will be looking for evidence that you are engaged in the course and thinking about the material and/or the essay question.
  • These assignments are not research papers and do not require any outside sources. There will however be an option to write a research paper in place of the essay, but you can only do this with the instructor’s approval.
  • The assignment topics are designed to get you to think and I will be looking for your thoughtful responses to them. Try to find your own voice. Think about these questions for a while. Develop your own thoughts. Put them into your own words, your own way of saying things.
  • Unless arrangements for an update are made with the instructor before the due date, a late essay will receive a penalty of 1% of the total mark for the essay per day. You have several weeks to write your essay so extensions will not be granted due to workload issues. Essays that come in late without an approved extension will be marked without comments.

Guidelines for writing your essay:

  • Avoid overly generalized opening sentences that really say nothing and cannot be substantiated. Go directly to your response to the essay topic.
  • Be sure to read the essay topic very carefully. You may have written a fine essay, but if you haven’t actually addressed the essay topic, your mark will suffer.
  • Put clear limits on what you will discuss. Resist saying everything! These are short assignments in which you demonstrate your ability to understand and to think; they are not your life work.
  • Provide transitions between topics; your thoughts should have continuity; they should “hang together.”
  • Support or illustrate your assertions. If, for instance, you agree with an author’s point, do not simply announce your agreement, but make sure you go on to say why you agree or disagree.
  • Likewise, do not simply record your reactions (e.g., “I found this subject interesting”) without saying more about your reactions (e.g., say why you found it interesting).
  • No bibliographic reference is needed for common knowledge (e.g., Canada is in North America) or for course material, but if you use course material, provide identifying information (e.g., a page number, a weblink, the minute number of a video, etc.) in the text of your essay so I can follow up your reference if I need to.
  • If however you do use outside sources, provide full references for quoted material including page numbers. Choose a reference form (i.e., footnotes, endnotes, text notes) and use it consistently throughout. I don’t care which style you follow, just be consistent.
  • If the topic asks for your views, use the first person (e.g., “I agree with so and so…”).
  • Avoid trying to get too many thoughts into one sentence. If your sentences are getting too long, see if you can divide them into two or three smaller ones.
  • Avoid using words like `he’, `him’, ‘man’, ‘mankind’, etc., to speak for all human experience.
  • Feel free to support your ideas with examples from your own experience, but use these examples only to illustrate, support or challenge some point. In other words, do not simply recount some experience of yours for its own sake. I have no way of marking your experience.
  • Avoid arguments based on any religious or anti-religious assumptions and commitments you might have. It’s not that these commitments are unimportant; it’s just that this course is about an academic approach to grief, death and dying. I have no way of marking your religious views. As with any personal experiences, feel free to talk about your personal religious views, but only for the purpose of making some larger point. In other words, do not preach or moralize from within any religious perspective.
  • Do not simply reiterate course material.
  • Proofread your work! If you do well in the above skills, but don’t have the writing skills to support your good thoughts, your mark will suffer.

What Grades Mean

  • A range (80-100): Outstanding performance. Strong evidence of original and/or critical thinking, strong communication skills, superior grasp of the material.
  • B range (70-79): Good performance. Good evidence of the capacity to think about and grasp the subject matter. Good communication skills.
  • C range (60-69): Adequate performance. Some evidence of the capacity to develop one’s thoughts and grasp the subject matter. Adequate ability to communicate.
  • D range (50-59): Minimally acceptable performance.
  • F range (0-49): Inadequate performance

Note that a mark for instance in the B range, or in some cases, even the C range, does not necessarily indicate that there is anything wrong with the paper. Marks in the A range are reserved for work that is exceptional in some way.

no outside sources for this essay I will send you the readings when you comfirm

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Writing Question

In this paper, you will demonstrate your ability to conceptualize, organize, and write a literature review using your research question as an organizing framework. This literature review will discuss what is known in the contemporary peer-reviewed literature about how and if the independent variables in question have an effect on the dependent variable. You will identify gaps in the peer-reviewed social welfare literature. These gaps include, but are not limited to, instances where the independent variables have not been assessed in your target population (race, ethnicity, age groups, sociodemographic status, etc), that the independent variable has not been assessed with regard to the dependent variable you have selected, or, perhaps the gap is with respect to the methodology of the previous studies (limited to one geographic area, small sample sizes, etc).

The final product will consist of:

  • A cover sheet in APA format
  • A second page that includes your revised research question and hypothesis. Be clear about what your independent variables, and the dependent variable are. Please use subheadings on this page.
  • A 5-page literature review
  • References (no limit on the number, but most include at least 10-15 different scholarly references)

Npte: The cover sheet, second page, and reference pages are not included in the 5-page literature review page count. Please use the following naming convention when submitting your paper – LastNameFirstName

Your paper should be structured as follows:

Introduction:Identification of the problem, study objectives, research question(s) and/or hypothesis (es).

This section is typically be 3-5 pagraphs and should contain at least3 unique citations. Here you should define key concepts and provide critical background information to frame the problem (e.g. magnitude of problem, who and how it affects general and specific populations, key characteristics of populations, ect.). In this section your should address:

  • Clearly state your research questions/hypotheses (What is your research trying to find out?)
  • Why is this important research, what is its significance, and why should someone reading the proposal care about the outcomes of the proposed study?
  • Answer the “So What? question [i.e., why should anyone care].
  • Present the rationale of your research question and base that rationale in available evidence. Identify gaps that your research will address.
  • Note how your proposed study builds on previous assumptions about the research problem.

Body:In the body of this paper, you will provide an assessment of your two interventions (independent variables in your hypothesis). You will accomplish this by selecting and critically examing one peer reviewd article for each intervention. This article must report the effects of the chosen intervention. (~3 pargraphs for each intervention article).

Examples:

  • CBT as a tx for depression (reported in article 1) versus MBSR as a treatment for depression (reported in article 2).
  • Group therapy as tx for anxiety disorders among youth (reported in article 1) versus individualized therapy as tx for anxiety disorders among youth.

This section must be well-written and logically organized. Be specific about the methodological approaches each study chose, the strength of their data sources, and the trustworthiness or their results. For each article: describe the study design, including a description of participants and sampling methods, data collection procedures, measures, and analytic/ statistical approach.

Conclusions:In this section, you will summarize the findings of your review and draw conclusions. Compare and contrast the strengths and weakness of the the articles under review. Make conclusions about limitations and relevant areas for future inquiry. This is where you demonstrate your critical reflection of the content and tie in key concepts from the course into your appraisal. Dig deeper by asking questions such as:

  1. What were the key results and what conclusions did the authors draw?
  2. Are these conclusions justified by the methods?
  3. Were the research approaches comprehensive or did it leave you with questions?
  4. Was there a better methodology that could have been undertaken to address the original research question proposed in the article(s)?
  5. Were there flaws in the measures used?
  6. Were there flaws in the research process or author conclusions?
  7. Were ethical issues present?
  8. Are results generalizable? To what extent?
  9. What are the limitations and implications for future research and/ or social work practice? Include those that are reported in the article as well as those you suggest based on your critical review.
  10. What are the next steps to continue to move the research understanding forward on this topic?

References: Provide the full reference list in APA style.

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    Writing Question

    Rasquachismo

    Rasquache is a Spanish word with etymological roots in Nahuatl, the indigenous language of the Aztec culture. Historically in Mexico, it was a slur that connotes lower-class or peasant attitudes and beliefs, especially as it pertains to aesthetics and visual culture. Like poor and working-class people everywhere, lower-class Mexicans’ visual culture is one of bricolage, of using what is freely available to make do. For art-theorist Tomás Ybarra-Frausto, however, working in the context of Chicano arts practices that celebrate Mexican heritage within the United States, the celebration of Rasquache as the specifically Chicano/a practices of creating a visual culture out of the freely available bits of cast-offs and leftovers serves to highlight the incredible creative resources of such communities in the face of adversity (see Tomás Ybarra-Frausto on “Rasquachismo” — https://vimeo.com/27727487 ). Link (Links to an external site.)

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    As concerns metal sculpture specifically, the notion of Rasquachismo relates closely to the variety of additive techniques that welding made possible during the 20th century. What distinguishes Rasquachismo from the variety of additive/assemblage processes that surface in modern art history is that rasquache is specifically associated with the creative manner in which poor folks use what they have to make things work.

    In that sense, Rasquachismo presents a subversive threat to the history of fine art, bound up in notions of uselessness and beauty, which Rasquache tends to undermine through “beautifully” idiosyncratic and visually creative techniques to make things useful again.

    After saying all that… here is your assignment.

    Rasquache art is all around us. Your task is to find three images of Rasquache art in your community. Once you selected three pieces of Rasquache art, you need to answer the following questions. Submit your 3 images in the discussion board, or you can email them to me.

    ( You need to be descriptive with your answers)

    1. Where was the Rasquache art located (Ex. Valley Glen, etc.)?

    2. Why did you select these pieces?

    3. Have you ever expressed your sense of Raquachismo?

    4. According to the video on Rasquache art (in Module 4), what do you think qualifies your 3 pieces of art as Rasquache art?

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    Writing Question

    I have a group assignment on which I have to work on my part. I am attaching all the documents which has been worked by group members. Congratulations!!

    You are the new project manager at Garden Decks of Beauty, a local company for the past 12 years in the Lexington, Kentucky area. Your first assignment will be for the Melrose (Todd and Margo + two yippy dogs to drive the neighbors nuts) family who moved into their new home two years ago and now wish to replace the 8 foot by 3 foot slab of concrete, the stoop, which their backyard facing French Doors step onto with a new, luxurious deck area with hot-tub and accoutrements. Their backyard is 80’ wide and 120’ deep and runs at a 5% slope down straight to the back. BTW, Todd and Margo are Iron Triangle lovers – Time / Cost / Quality. Win them and you win their neighbors’ business.

    Here are some of their basic requirements:

    • A two area deck with the upper level (will step on from the French Doors), being a 5 meter by 7 meter rectangular area
    • One end of the upper level will have a 5 meter by 3 meter by 3.5 meter tall pergola – you may use a kit or build and design from scratch
    • You will have a single step down to the second circular area which will be 7 meters in diameter and have a 2.5 meter square hot-tub on the far side – this will need electrical and you will acquire and facilitate the installation through the vendor
    • You will be able to step from the circular area to the yard on a paving stone path which will run out to the garden – the path will be 7 meters long and 1 meter wide – this path will have electrical yard lights
    • There will be a 25’ diameter area half way down the path which will have a built in fire pit with seating (4 seats / benches) – the area will use gravel and border stones
    • All deck areas will be edged with decorative railing
    • The deck framing will set on 4”x4” footers which will be concreted 1 meter into the ground (below frost line) – you will used galvanized hangers to support frame supports
    • The lower area will have built in flower boxes 2’x 3’ – three of them
    • The upper area will have a gas grill with built in gas service
    • You will need a building permit and it will cost 50 dollars
    • All railing will have decorative lighting running along it
    • Both main deck areas will be fully landscaped around the perimeter with plants, decorative stones, perennials, and bushes. – your team will do the landscaping
    • You will have an experienced construction crew of 4 FTE’s which will cost $80/hour including benefits and 1.5 time overtime applies
    • You will have a team of 2 experienced landscape professionals who will cost $75/ hour and overtime applies.
    • Need a couple outdoor, 110 electrical outlets for Xmas lights, etc.
    • You will need electrical you will vendor out – determine cost
    • You will vendor out the hot-tub installation – determine cost
    • You will need a vendor to install and run the gas-line – determine cost
    • The deck will be fully sealed with a medium brown stain / preservative
    • You will use treated lumber for all framing and you will decide on what product to use for surface boards (wood, synthetic, etc.)
    • The upper level will have two built in seats near the grill area (wood) – not under the pergola
    • You will need to determine the timeline – will precipitate from the Work Breakdown Structure
    • Assume you have all the tools you need
    • Any requirements not specifically stated are at your discretion.
    • A 5 foot by 12 foot 2×8 raised bed tomato and pepper area just to the left of where you might walk off the center of the upper deck with drip irrigation installed and drip irrigation faucet at one corner of the raised bed.

    Please see the documents to be created for the project below. As a team, it is extremely important to all of you that you participate in the creation of every document listed below in some way. That you leave this course with the knowledge of what that document is for and what it typically contains. You will need to create all of the documents as a team and you will use those documents to create slides for your project status presentation Sunday morning using a Power Point.

    1. Project Charter (Friday)
    2. RACI (Friday) (can use EXCEL)
    3. Statement of Work (SOW) (Friday)
    4. Scope Document( Friday)
    5. Very Basic Drawing (https://financesonline.com/best-free-landscape-design-software/) (Saturday)
    6. Procurement Process (materials and vendors) (Saturday)
    7. Assumptions and Constraints Document (Saturday)
    8. Risk and Issues log / matrix (Saturday) (can use EXCEL)
    9. Communication Plan (Saturday) (can use EXCEL)
    10. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) (can use EXCEL) (Saturday)
    11. Quality Document (Saturday)
    12. Change Request Process Document (Saturday)
    13. Milestone Time-line Breakdown (Saturday)
    14. Budget (Will precipitate from the Work Breakdown Structure) (Saturday)
    15. Project status report – done on a deck slide to go to leadership weekly by COB Fridays – must include color coded status, budget section, risk section, issue section, current past achievements, work areas underway (Sunday)

    How do I approach this?

    Internet research is your friend – good Google topics = deck construction basics – hot-tubs for sale and installation – how to pick a gas grill – running a gas-line to my grill – landscape planning – all kinds of project related searches – estimating construction labor costs – any places like Lowes for all of your basic materials cost – building an in-yard fire-pit, procurement and contract basics – building a deck flower box – Wayfair for pergolas, building a pergola, YouTube, your textbook, etc.

    I know:

    -That many of you are thinking that I have no experience with construction, building decks, landscaping, etc. What you must realize is that when you seek employment as a project manager you will always have this conundrum of how much do I really need to know about the area of work the project lies within (telecom, IT, construction, travel, human resources, insurance, health care, finance, etc.) do be effective at my job. You will have potential employers who will think you need to know a great deal. You will meet folks like me who would advise that is not the case. What you must be ready to do is learn / absorb as much knowledge in the area of project work as soon as possible. Be ready to explore all of your options to gain and find the knowledge you need to function effectively. You need to have just enough vocabulary and knowledge to operate and communicate well and that will then continually grow as the project moves forward. This is part of what makes being a project manager such fun – it is never the same – never boring.

    NOTE: I HAVE TO WORK ON POINT 10, 13 AND 14.

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    Writing Question

    Strategic planning occurs within the established governance and structure of K-12 education. A meaningful strategic plan cannot be developed without a clear mission, vision, and goals that are known and understood by all participants in the strategic planning process. Further, an effective strategic plan cannot be developed without the engagement and support of a variety of internal and external stakeholders. Additionally, an effective educational leader can analyze the governance and structure of K-12 educational institutions including both internal and external frameworks and the leadership practices required in these areas.

    This assignment concerns unified, union high school, and K-8 school districts. Assume that all districts have distinct attendance boundaries, are led by a superintendent, and are governed by a publicly-elected governing board that is required to make all decisions in public meetings. The districts abide by all pertinent state laws and are funded by the state at a set amount per student.

    A unified school district serves kindergarten through grade 12. In some cases, the district may also sponsor a preschool on a campus (PK-12). The district administrative structure includes a superintendent and, depending on the size of the district, there also will be additional administrators to oversee areas such as curriculum, human resources, special education, and facilities. The superintendent also supervises school principals.

    An elementary district serves students in kindergarten through grade 8 and may also include a preschool (PK-8). The administrative structure is similar to a unified district in that the total enrollment of the district drives the size of the administrative structure. Elementary schools are held accountable for student achievement on annual state-regulated assessments, with particular attention paid to reading achievement for third graders.

    A union high school district serves students in grades 9-12. The administrative structure is driven by the student enrollment. Because high schools are generally larger than elementary schools, individual schools often include assistant principals. Districts that serve high school students (unified or union) are held accountable for their graduation rates, dropout rates and student achievement on annual state-regulated assessments.

    General Requirements:

    Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

    • Refer to the Topic 2 assignment “Benchmark-Connecting a Philosophy of Education with K-12 Historical Events.”
    • 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.
    • This assignment requires that at least two additional scholarly research sources related to this topic, and at least one in-text citation from each source be included.
    • 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:

    Part 1

    Present a revised version (2,250-2,550 words total) of the paper “Benchmark-Connecting a Philosophy of Education with K-12 Historical Events” that makes improvements in the caliber of the writing and incorporates instructor feedback regarding content and writing. Include the following in your submission:

    1. A reflection (250-300 words) that provides a bulleted list of the changes you made to the paper and discusses your revision process including how you incorporated your instructor’s feedback into the revised version. Similar to an abstract, this section will receive its own page following the title page and preceding the introduction to the paper.
    2. The revised paper that incorporates instructor feedback; clarifies the thesis statement and solidifies supporting arguments; edits for grammar, spelling, and punctuation; adjusts word choice to display professional and scholarly language; and adjusts sentence structure for improved readability.

    Part 2

    Write an additional 1,500-2,000 words that compares governance and structure between a unified school district and a K-8 or union high school district. Include the following in your paper:

    1. A comparison of the governance and structure between a unified school district and a K-8 or high school district. (Benchmarks C7.2: Analyze the governance and structure of K-12 educational institutions including both internal and external frameworks and the leadership practices required in these areas.)
    2. A discussion of what common leadership practices are required for successful strategic planning.
    3. A discussion of how your philosophy of education will support the stakeholder relations practices necessary for success in a diverse district. (Benchmarks C7.3: Examine the stakeholder relations practices that are necessary to sustain the diverse learning infrastructure of K-12 education.)

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    Writing Question

    Please note you can add your story just make sure it makes sense

    Simmons is married to Brian Simmons for the last 10 years. Brittany is 35 years olds, she and her husband have two children together 1 girl Toya Simmons (12 years old ), and 1 son Joe Simmons (8 years old). Brian is a janitor for Public School in Milwaukee, WI and Brittany doesn’t work due to being a drug addict. Brian kicks his addict wife, Brittany out of their home, causing him to have a strained relationship with their daughter, Toya Simmons who wants to join the church choir. Fearing that Toya will turn to drugs like her mother, Brian refuses until a family member convinces him otherwise, encouraging him to also fix his relationship with Brittany. In 2019, Brittany is now clean and sober after going into rehab, reconciles with her husband Brian. Brittany enrolled in While in rehab, Brittany enrolled in Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) to maintain her sobriety once release from the program. CCS is a voluntary Medicaid program. It is a recovery-focused, integrated behavioral health program for adults with severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders.

    Background information about Case Study:

    Prior to getting on drugs, Brittany worked as a Register Nurse, she graduated from UW-Madison with a 3.8 gpa. Brittany grew up seeing her father Michael doing drugs, cocaine. Michael died in 2007 from an overdose. Brittany stated that she was close with her father, but would go missing days at a time. Brittany’s parents were married, mother name Mariah, who worked in a factory. Brittany is the only child. Brittany was not as close to her mother because her mother worked a lot of hours to support the family, while her father stayed home. Brittany described her father as a “stay-at-home father.”

    DSM Dx: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Substance-Related Disorder

    Evidence-Based Practice Paper

    You will apply evidence-based research and practice concepts learned throughout the course to a case at your internship. The professor is available to meet with you at any point to support this process.

    Outline of Case Study: Introduction

    Describe your agency
    Describe the client’s characteristics Client history
    Reason for referral Culture/religion

    Assessment
    DSM-5 (APA, 2013) Diagnosis
    Assessments used for diagnosis (e.g., Beck’s Depression Inventory, ADIS, Connor’s, etc.). Rationale for diagnosis (citing the DSM-5- APA, 2013)
    Prognosis and relapse prevention

    Evidence-Based Practices
    Logic, scientific inquiry, culturally-informed practices, and ethical approaches for evaluation. Use of evidence-based practice and the processes
    Discern and translate quality evidence-based research
    Describe of how you will evaluate the impact of your chosen intervention/s on client change (your pre-and post- assessment data)
    Describe how you will use qualitative data (client feedback) to inform your conclusions. Discuss your process for locating quality research to inform your practice decisions. Life-long learning
    Contributions to the research base

    Interventions SMART Goals

    Duration of Intervention

    Interventions of choice Conclusion

    Critically examine and summarize background, assessment, diagnosis, evidence-based practices, interventions, and evaluation.

    Details by Section
    Introduction: (approximately 1-2 pages)
    This section describes the agency and the client.

    Describe your agency. Inform the reader where you work, and what type of clients the agency serves. Explain the services offered/used with clients.
    Provide a description of the client that includes standard characteristics such as age, sex, ethnicity, and family composition.

    Provide the client’s history, especially information on earlier life history. Include the details ordinarily incorporated in a clinical case study.
    Describe the reason for seeking treatment and presenting concerns or symptoms.
    Discuss the client’s culture, how this may be affecting his/her development, and the considerations you need to make to be culturally competent (you should include at least one reference about cultural competence/humility, as relevant to this client).

    Assessment: (Approximately 2 pages)
    In this section, you will diagnose your client. You will use the DSM-5 (APA, 2013) to apply diagnostic criteria about your client to the client’s diagnosis to demonstrate that the client meets the criteria of that diagnosis.

    Please also explain the assessments that were or will be used for diagnosis and why you chose them (e.g., Beck’s Depression Inventory, ADIS, Connor’s, etc.).

    End this section with your client’s prognosis. Describe the client’s potential for recovery and relapse prevention and how you reached that conclusion.

    Evidence-based practices: (Approximately 4-5 pages)
    In this section, explicitly incorporate principles of logic (your decision-making process), scientific inquiry (how you located and examined the available research), and culturally informed (account for diversity, differences, and cultural humility), ethical approaches, and evaluation data (use NASW Code of Ethics, 2017) to appraise clinical practice and program outcomes.

    As you complete this section, include information about how you will use the process of evidence-based practice to translate research findings into effective practice.
    In this section, include three or more citations/peer-reviewed articles supporting your practice interventions from BOTH quantitative and qualitative research methods determining your evaluation of clinical practice and program outcomes (how your program outcomes were met or not met by your clinical outcome).
    Discern and translate quality evidence-based research for application to the process of decision-making in practice and program contexts. Discuss your process for locating quality research including quantitative and qualitative methods and how you used that evidence to inform your practice decisions. You may need to use professional journals in multiple fields. For example, if your case study is about a student who is a client in a school setting, your quantitative and qualitative research articles can derive from both mental health journals as well as education. If you’re working with an older adult in a geriatric setting, your research should involve health care and mental health.

    Life-long learning- Discuss what steps you will take to remain current with the research and practices as it pertains to your client population (e.g., if you’re working with a child with an anxiety disorder, then describe how you will remain current with research and practice for childhood anxiety disorders).

    Contributions to the research base- how can you contribute your findings to the existing knowledge base while maintaining confidentiality. For example, you could share at an in-service or a professional conference the evidence-based process you took applying research to practice and the evaluation practice of assessing effectiveness of interventions.

    Intervention(s): (Approximately 2 pages)
    In this section, you will use informed decision making identified in the evidence-based practice section to identify and justify your methods of intervention with the client.
    Determine a minimum of two goals and describe the objectives for each goal. Use S.M.A.R.T goals and objectives.
    Decide on whether your intervention will be short or long term and give a rationale.
    Using at least two or more peer-reviewed research articles, describe the interventions you would use, and how you believe this will help the client change and function more effectively. Be explicit about how your interventions are grounded in evidence, and how the specific approach/es selected are expected to facilitate treatment goal achievement.

    Conclusion: (Approximately 1-2 pages)
    Include a strong conclusion that reflects on your critical examination of your client and what outcomes you anticipate given their background, your assessment, the diagnosis, evidence-based practices, and interventions.
    Please disguise clinical information on the case study as well as within your group. Use a single initial, “Mr./Ms. Smith,” or simple first names for children. If you do not have access to certain information or a current case, please discuss this with the professor within the first week of the term.

    Please follow APA 7 th edition style guidelines that include 12-point Times New Roman font,

    double-spaced, and one inch margins. It is strongly recommended to use headings (noted in the outline) throughout your paper. A minimum of 5 outside, peer-reviewed sources (outside of class means professional journal articles not assigned in class) as well as in-class material. There are a number of resources available through the library to assist the students (including e-journals, search engines, and interlibrary and intercampus loan).

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    Writing Question

    WORK 1:

    Instructions:

    Write a proposal for your TED Talk, explaining your ideas and rhetorical choices to an unfamiliar audience. Feel free to write your proposal as a series of short answers in a numbered list, as in the example below. Use this assignment as an opportunity to organize and formalize your thinking, as well as streamline your final preparation efforts.

    Example (Based on Brian Sokol’s “Humanizing the Refugee Crisis”):

    1) Opening Gambit

    My on-scene experience as a photojournalist in a Sudanese Refugee camp.

    2) Context

    The ongoing displacement of large populations due to war and environmental crisis.

    3) They Say

    The Western Narrative of refugees, as constructed by various well-intentioned organizations (like the U.N. and global publications).

    4) Gap / Research Question

    This Western Narrative promotes statistics and stereotypes that fail to create change. What happens if we de-emphasize these group-based tales of pity and woe?

    5) I Say

    To make more headway, we need to humanize the refugee crisis by telling more individual stories.

    6) Anticipation(s) of Objection / Counterargument

    Some might argue that the Western Narrative has its merits—and I would agree. Certainly, those images have the ability to shock people, and sometimes that is what is needed to create awareness. Data, too, has its place in helping to combat social issues. But we also need people to challenge their preconceived notions about people affected by hardships, and the Western Narrative often fails to achieve that goal. Don’t get me wrong, here: I’m not suggesting we abolish the data and images documenting this crisis. Rather, I want us to add more individualized stories to help humanize the Western Narrative.

    7) Why Your Analysis Matters

    If we want to make headway on fixing the refugee crisis, we need to expand our understanding of those individuals directly affected by it.

    WORK 2:

    Develop and deliver a multimedia presentation based on an original analysis of our course texts. Draw sources about the topic from the Unit 2 texts in the Course Reader and your chosen folder on Canvas [See the Unit 2 Modules Page], as well as from anything you would like to incorporate from Unit 1. Think about the various contexts of our time and use one as a focal point for your analysis—but feel free to “personalize” this project by exploring your own experiences within the subject and course theme.

    You might consider, for example, how your own connection to the subjects or ideas for post-pandemic reform—perhaps in terms of jobs, educational goals, social concerns, community needs, or future prosperity—might help you explore and expand the extant conversation about the issue(s) related to your subject.

    To set the conversation of your project, you’ll be using at least five sources, one (or more) from each of the following types:

    • The Unit 2 Folder Sources [see the Modules section of Canvas]
    • The Harari Chapter
    • The Bastani Chapter
    • The Unit 1 Authors

    Your goals are to identify a specific problem, analyze the current set of solutions your readings present, and then create an original argument that responds to a gap in that conversation. This argument may draw from any of the texts we have read in this course, and often the best presentations draw connections to various issues and sources we have discussed throughout the quarter. Consider the TED Talk a culminating showcase of your growth arc during the quarter; marshal the full suite of our course skills and techniques to the best of your ability.

    Presentations will be pre-recorded via Zoom with illustrative slides (I recommend Google Slides). Your camera should be engaged, and the presentation should be between 6 – 8 minutes in duration.

    WORK 3:

    TED Talk Analysis

    Describe your presentation and your process in planning it, and then offer an evaluation of your efforts. What worked? What did not? What decisions did you make, and how did you go about solving various problems? What decisions or strategies would have been more effective? If you had this project to do again, what would you change? Based on this experience, what are the pros and cons of multimodal presentations of this sort? How is this form of argumentation different compared to more formalized essays? 2 Pages.

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    Writing Question

    Aircraft mishap (5 pages paper and 12-15 mins presentation). Please note you are not supposed to just describe the incident, but you should do as asked and analysis based on content in : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1m6VTw0mtCo834aNu0DO0QDco63Z6PRNV?usp=sharing


    Content:

    Students will use the knowledge gained from the modules presented to assess an aircraft mishap involving multiple crewmembers. While the mishap information is available as public knowledge (National Transportation Safety reports, for example) and some re-creations may be found on the Web, the practicum is not expected to take the form of an accident investigation. If your paper and presentation are mostly a description of the accident, you are missing the point of the exercise. Rather it is expected that students will identify and highlight specific elements of the studied modules that are relevant to the aircraft mishap. These studied modules form the basis for peer evaluations. It is expected that these module subjects will also be researched, and that research applied to the relevant topics of the aircraft mishap. An example might be the use of slang acceptable in communications in this country but misunderstood by foreign aircraft operators. Given that the international aviation language is English and is a second language to foreign operators if the use of slang or language shortcuts was relevant in the communications misunderstanding resulting in a mishap (Tiger 66, Kuala Lumpur) a study of acceptable slang in air traffic control language might be undertaken. Presenters are also expected to suggest a different course of action which might have trapped these errors and changed the outcome as well as identifying actions that were performed well and in line with established practices of crew resource management. Students are expected to identify the links in the accident chain, the threats, and errors (using current Threat Error Management theory) that were part of the event.

    Description:

    The presentation will take the form of an individual oral presentation to the class. The student may use any audio/visual means available. Anonymous peer evaluation and debriefing will accompany the presentation. The student is expected to present a 5-page minimum paper to accompany the presentation, identifying in detail the module subjects examined, and their relevance to the presentation. If a PowerPoint presentation is used, copies of the slides should accompany the paper. The research involved should use as many primary sources as possible and available (cockpit voice recordings or transcripts, ATC recordings or transcripts, and the National Transportation Safety Board related documents as well as any FAA procedural or legal changes, and airline procedural changes resulting from the mishap). The examination and analysis follow the established industry practice of experiential learning. I was assigned to Tatarstan airlines flight 363. These are a video and an article about the accident. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMhbpyteT4s

    https://admiralcloudberg.medium.com/someone-elses-problem-the-crash-of-tatarstan-airlines-flight-363-ff5a6177e180

    I’ve attached the pic with the factors need to be discussed. and please cite every source the professor is hard about plaigirism. Please make the first page as an introduction and talk about the accident in general and then talk about the each element mistakes the pilots did in a paragraph to make total of 5 pages.

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    Writing Question

    TOPIC: The importance of free speech as protected by the First Amendment and some important limits on
    this freedom

    Assignment Requirements:

    1. Choose a research topic from the chapter readings or from the list provided by your professor.
    2. Research/find a minimum at least four (4), preferably five (5) or more, different peer-reviewed articles on your topic from the University of the Cumberlands Library online business database. The article(s) must be relevant and from a peer-reviewed source. While you may use relevant articles from any time frame, current/published within the last five (5) years are preferred. Using literature that is irrelevant or unrelated to the chosen topic will result in a point reduction.
    3. Write a four (4) to five (5) page double spaced paper in APA format discussing the findings on your specific topic in your own words. Note – paper length does not include cover page, abstract, or references page(s).
    4. Structure your paper as follows:
      1. Cover page
      2. Overview describing the importance of the research topic to current business and professional practice in your own words.
      3. Purpose of Research should reflect the potential benefit of the topic to the current business and professional practice and the larger body of research.
      4. Review of the Literature summarized in your own words. Note that this should not be a “copy and paste” of literature content, nor should this section be substantially filled with direct quotes from the article. A literature review is a summary of the major points and findings of each of the selected articles (with appropriate citations). Direct quotations should be used sparingly. Normally, this will be the largest section of your paper (this is not a requirement; just a general observation).
      5. Practical Application of the literature. Describe how your findings from the relevant research literature can shape, inform, and improve current business and professional practice related to your chosen topic.
      6. Conclusion in your own words
      7. References formatted according to APA style requirements

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    Writing Question

    1. (9 points) Do Exercises 12-18 (1 pt. each), 26 (2 pts.) from Chapter 10 of the Utts book (see attached file

    2. (10 points) Use the “WDI.dta” dataset (see attached file) in STATA. Report and interpret these results:

    1) (1 pt.) Calculate the correlation between electricity consumption per capita (v19) and GDP per capita (v25). To do this, type the following into the command line: corr v19 v25

    2) (2 pts.) Estimate a linear regression (report the regression equation including the slope and y-intercept) of electricity consumption per capita on GDP per capita. To do this, type the following into the command line: reg v19 v25

    3) (1 pt.) Make a scatter plot of these same two variables. To do this, use the dropdown “Graphics” menu or type the following into the command line: twoway (scatter v19 v25)

    4) (1 pt.) Make a scatter plot with the regression line included. To do this, use the dropdown “Graphics” menu or type the following into the command line: twoway (scatter v19 v25) (lfit v19 v25)

    5) (5 pts.) Repeat all of the previous steps substituting the fertility rate (v21) for electricity consumption.

    3. (10 points) Do Exercises 1 (1pt.), 12 (2pts.), 15 (2 pts.), 21 (2 pts.), 36 (1pt.), 37 (2 pts.) from Chapter 13 in the Utts book

    Note 1: For calculating the significance of a given chi-square value and degrees of freedom, you can use the following website:

    https://www.mathsisfun.com/data/chi-square-calculator.html (Links to an external site.)

    Note 2: In STATA, you can calculate a chi-square when you have a frequency table without the original data. To do that you can use the dropdown Statistics window, then the “summaries, tables, and tests” window, then the “frequency table” sub-window, and then the “table calculator” sub-sub-window. Enter table data as it shows. Click the “Pearson’s chi-square” option under test statistic, and the “expected frequencies” under cell contents. Or, you can use the command:

    tabi 370 950 \ 300 1003, chi2 expected

    where in this command the numbers are values for the cells (370, 950, etc. are examples) and the “\” indicates you’re moving on to the next row. So, in this example, it’s a 2×2 table with 370 and 950 in the first row and 300 and 1003 in the second row (these data come from Exercise 21). Separate each number with a space, as shown. Adding the “expected” option gives the calculated expected values.

    4. (9 points) STATA exercise: use the Balyor Religion Survey dataset (see attached word file)

    * (3 pts.) Create a table and do a chi-square test for the variables measuring region of residence (region) and whether the respondent believes in extraterrestrials (et). To do this, type the following into the command line:

    tabulate region et, chi2 expected

    Interpret the results.

    * (3 pts.) Create table and do a chi-square test for the variables measuring how religious respondents consider themselves to be (relgious) and whether they believe in bigfoot. To do this type the following into the command line:

    tabulate relgious bigfoot, chi2 expected

    Interpret the results.

    * (3 pts.) Present the 90%, 95% and 99% confidence intervals for the proportions of the following variables: gender, xmastree, and homeschl. The command to use is “proportion” followed by the variable name. By default, STATA will tell you the 95% confidence interval. To get a different level, follow the command with a comma and “level(x)” where “x” is the percent confidence interval you’d like. So, for example, to get the 99% confidence interval for homeschl type the following into the command line:

    proportion homeschl, level(99)

    5. (6 points) Do Exercises: 9 (1pt.), 10 (3pts.), 12 (2 pts.) in Chapter 21 of the Utts book

    [For calculating t-multipliers, the following website is easy to use: http://www.ttable.org/student-t-value-calculator.html (Links to an external site.)

    Note that for the “significance level” you enter 1 minus the confidence interval you want expressed as a proportion. So for a 95% confidence interval, the significance level is .05. For a 99% confidence interval, it is .01

    6. (6 points) In STATA use the Baylor Religion Survey dataset.

    Present the 90%, 95% and 99% confidence intervals for the means of the following variables: percwht, perchisp, precblk, and percasn. The command you want to use is “mean” and it has the same syntax as the “proportion” command. So, for example, to get the 90% confidence interval for percblk type the following into the command line:

    mean percblk, level(90)

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    Writing Question

    Your assignment: Identify a meaningful problem that is faced by people today (in our community; in our country) and write a 4 page research paper (four-page minimum) in which you explain the problem and propose some solutions. The first part of your essay will clearly identify the problem through examples and evidence, that it is a serious problem in need of a solution. The second part of your essay will propose a solution and convince your readers that the solution you propose is the most viable. The following outline is a suggestion; you should determine the best order of your ideas for the topic you choose.

    Part 1: Identify the Problem

    In the first part of your essay, demonstrate that the problem exists by defining/analyzing the problem. Provide enough contextual information to show your readers the scope of the problem, and explain who/what is affected, how, and why. You may choose to compare/contrast the problem with others like it. Most important, cite credible sources that will convince your readers that the problem is serious and worthy of their attention.

    The first part of your paper should include the following key components:

    An introduction that introduces your topic and leads up to your thesis.

    A thesis which clearly states the problem and proposes your specific solution.

    Explanation of, and evidence for, the nature and scope of the problem.

    Part 2: Propose a Solution

    Once you’ve identified the problem, you will investigate and analyze solutions. In the second part of your essay, explain what is already being done (if anything) and why it hasn’t solved the problem. You might evaluate solutions that have been proposed but not enacted. Most important, you will propose a remedy or plan that will eliminate or reduce the problem – this can either be one you found in your research or developed yourself. Using good reasons and credible evidence, persuade your reader that your proposal is feasible, and that it is better than alternative solutions. A strong proposal will anticipate and respond to objections and specifically explain how the solution will/should be implemented.

    The second part of your paper should include the following key components:

    Analysis of others’ proposed solutions for the problem.

    Arguments against or objections to those proposed solutions.

    Your solution (the “best” solution), and how/why it should be implemented; acknowledgement and refutation of the arguments against your solution.

    Sources: Your paper must include a minimum of three sources. Instead of a Works Cited page, you will include an Annotated Bibliography. You should aim to include a variety of trustworthy sources (books; scholarly articles; articles found in newspapers, in magazines, or online; websites; films and documentaries; interviews; and others). The success of your essay will be judged by the strength of the sources you use to illustrate and support your claims.

    Formatting and Page Length Requirements: Your essay must be formatted according to MLA guidelines. Refer to the checklist below before turning in your final draft.

    Typed in a 12 pt. Times font

    Double-spaced throughout

    1” margins

    Features a heading (Your Name, Instructor’s Name, Course, Date) in the upper left corner

    Includes a title

    Last name and page number are typed in the upper right corner (header)

    Is at least four full pages (not including the annotated bibliograph page)

    Includes an annotate bibliography

    Does not include a title page, nor is the essay enclosed in a folder of any kind

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    Writing Question

    There are many types of auctions, each with strengths and weaknesses at uncovering the real price or value of an item. Auctions are widely used in finance, e-commerce, and e-games. They are also widely used to generate revenue for not-for-profit organizations.

    The following video describes auctions as price discovery mechanisms:

    Use the video on auctions and at least three academic or high-quality business publications (see acceptable types below) to compare and contrast English auctions and Dutch auctions, and sealed-bid first-price auctions and Vickery auctions.

    Instructions

    Address the following questions in 5–7 pages:

    1. Compare and contrast how each of the following uncovers value:
      • English and Dutch auctions.
      • Sealed-bid first-price auctions and Vickery auctions.
    2. Compare and contrast surge pricing and congestion pricing. Give an example of each currently in use.
    3. Identify three examples of auctions used in finance, e-commerce, and/or e-games. Explain the following in-depth:
      • The need for an auction to uncover value in the product or service.
      • How the type of auction used to uncover the value of the product or service is better at uncovering value than other types of auctions.
    4. What are the advantages or disadvantages of auctions as revenue generators for not-for-profit organizations?
    5. Suggest ways in which a for-profit company, such as the company for which you work or a company for which you aspire to work, can use auctions or dynamic pricing to better uncover value and increase revenue.

    This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

    Acceptable Types of Publications

    A high-quality, professional business publication is one that is primarily directed at reporting or analyzing the workings of the business. Examples are the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and Reuters. Avoid general news publications such as USA Today, the Washington Post, and the New York Times. Other articles and resources can be found at the Strayer Library.

    Please do not rely on Wikipedia, Investopedia, or similar websites as references at any time in this course.

    The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

    • Propose ways in which a company can use auctions to better uncover value and increase revenue.

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    Writing Question

    Purpose of Assignment

    This assignment will help to identify the normal growth and development by topic for each age group. In the final column of the assignment you need to observe a child and apply the information you gathered and document your findings in comparison by the particular age of that child.

    Competency

    Apply the foundations of pediatric nursing when caring for clients with health alterations.

    Scenario

    You are working in a large urban pediatric clinic after-hours.

    A mother brings her 6-month-old daughter, Vivi Mitchell, to the clinic for rhinorrhea, congestion, fever, and cough. Upon assessment, you identify the child has wheezing upon auscultation and on inspection, you identify retractions.

    • The child is in less than 10th percentile of weight and has a cardiac history of Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA).
    • Born at 36 weeks gestation.
    • Mother states this child doesn’t go to day care but her two other children ages 2 and 3 do attend daycare.
    • T- 102.1 HR 140 RR 40 BP 83/58 Pulse ox 96%
    • A swab for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is positive.

    Doctor orders – Nasal bulb suction and saline drops PRN, Tylenol 15mg/kg Q4 PRN for fever, Albuterol nebulizer in office and push po fluids as tolerated.

    After the albuterol neb treatment, respirations are 36 and oxygen saturation is 100%. Wheezing has diminished. Mom is an ER nurse and the doctor feels comfortable that she has a nebulizer at home and can return to pediatric afterhours or ER if needed.

    Client is discharged with these orders:

    • methylprednisolone 0.4 mg/kg oral BID for 3
    • Albuterol Q4 hours for 24 hours, then Q 6 hours for 24 hours, and Q6 as needed.
    • Call if needed prior to the Q4 dose.
    • Manage fever with Tylenol and continue hydration and nasal bulb suction Q6 while awake.
    • Return for re-evaluation in 3 days
    Instructions

    In a two to three-page APA formatted paper, provide reponses for these questions and requests for information:

    Criteria:
    1. Describe the pathophysiology of bronchiolitis and identify the most common organism causing this infection. What laboratory testing can confirm your suspicion?
    2. Describe the pathophysiology of PDA and why the history of PDA is significant in this scenario.
    3. What risk factors place Vivi Mitchell at a greater risk for the development of bronchiolitis?
    4. What are the characteristic signs/symptoms of bronchiolitis?
    5. Vivi Mitchell been prescribed the following medications; acetaminophen, albuterol nebulizer, corticosteroids. Provide the rationale for why each medication has been included as part of her medical management and explain any potential contraindications related to these medications.
    6. You are designing Vivi Mitchell’s plan of care. Identify two priority nursing diagnoses to include in your plan. For each nursing diagnosis, identify two SMART goals, and two interventions for each goal.
    7. What short and long-term possible complications should the nurse anticipate?
    8. What client education is appropriate for Vivi Mitchell as she is discharged from the after-care clinic?

    * Include a minimum of 2 scholarly sources

    Format
    • Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.)
    • Logical, original and insightful
    • Professional organization, style, and mechanics in APA format
    • Submit document through Grammarly to correct errors before submission
    Resources

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    Writing Question

    if you need ant thing just let me know there are 3 files that I need you to complete each file separate from the other

    I explained each file down below



    the first one

    Remember to include PDF files of all sources as attachments. Attach the source PDF files AND the actual report all at once, and then hit “Submit.”

    This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome“Front Matter”Letter of Transmittal (identifies report’s title and purpose, summary of work completed, main conclusions & recommendations, invitations) / Abstract (summarizes major conclusions of the work and their significance) / Visual Impact (use of “white space” or other visual elements, pagination)

    IntroductionActual problem defined and background provided Evidence of researched background information with APA in-text citations. (Remember to synthesize quoted evidence from most or all of the sources you obtained through secondary research–at least 5 of your 7-10 required sources) / Scope & limitations of report identified

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResearch MethodsPrimary research methods described, interpreted & evaluated

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResultsEffectively report on key primary research findings / Data presented clearly and effectively (including two visual aids)

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDiscussion (or Results/Conclusions)Explain new knowledge derived from research (do this by putting your primary and secondary research “in conversation,” e.g., explain your primary research findings in light of what you learned from the sources you obtained through secondary research) / Research findings properly formatted (APA format) / Openly address research problems

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSummary and RecommendationsSummarize & justify work undertaken / Suggest directions for related work / Optionally propose “solutions” or responses to the problem.

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeList of Sources, Appendixes (including Survey data)APA-formatted References page Tabulation of survey results Other appendixes, as needed

    over all Impact, Appearance, Mechanics, Completeness

    This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome7-10 SourcesFrom both primary and secondary research

    ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-the second one To report on your own primary research and update your reviewing audience of the progress you have made toward meeting the objectives outlined in your earlier research proposal.

    FIELD REPORT GRADING RUBRIC

    ORIENTING INFORMATION

    • Who/what/where/when/why identified
    • Purpose of primary research is clearly and completely stated
    • Recommended: Photo of observation site

    WORK ACCOMPLISHED

    • Goals of primary research clearly stated
    • Primary research activities (e.g. your observations in the “field”) clearly and fully described
    • Most valuable information obtained through primary research communicated effectively (in both written and visual form)

    PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

    • Problems in conducting the research (NOT the “problem(s)” (topic) you are researching) are clearly and candidly acknowledged.
    • Reasonable solutions or follow-up plans (for your own research) are offered.

    CONCLUSIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS

    • Recommendations to future researchers like yourself are offered.
    • Conclusions/recommendations emerge logically from previous sections of the report.

    VISUAL AIDS

    • facilitate understanding of key primary research findings
    • are appropriately labeled and referenced in the body of the report
    • are sufficient in number (See Assignment Instructions above

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrienting Information–Who/what/where/when/why identified –Purpose of primary research is clearly and completely stated

    Work Accomplished–Goals of primary research clearly stated –Primary research activities (e.g. your observations in the “field”) clearly and fully described –Most valuable information obtained through primary research communicated effectively (in both written and visual form)

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProblems Encountered & Possible Solutions–Problems in conducting the research (NOT the “problem(s)” (topic) you are researching) are clearly and candidly acknowledged. –Reasonable solutions or follow-up plans are offered.

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRecommendations/Conclusions–Recommendations to future researchers like yourself are offered. –Conclusions/recommendations emerge logically from previous sections of the report

    Visual AidsVisual aids . . . –facilitate understanding of key primary research findings; –are appropriately labeled and referenced in the body of the report; –are sufficient in number (See assignment instructions)

    ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

    the last one.pages of Technical Writing”


    nstructions: For this assignment, you are to write 3-5-pages of “technical writing,” choosing from 1) technical instructions, 2) a technical description and/or 3) a “logical procedure.” See separate Assignment Guidelines, in the appropriate Canvas Module, for additional information on each of the three technical writing options. See also: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Professional_and_Tech…

    Note: If you choose the technical writing assignment as part of your final assignment sequence, you may write instructions, a description, or logical procedures on ANY (appropriate) technical topic and are NOT restricted to your research topic. Send me an email if you would like feedback on your ideas for this assignment.

    Assignment Grading Rubric:

    Writing is clear and concise. Use common words or thoroughly explain unfamiliar terms. Avoid slang, and keep sentences short and understandable. (20 points)

    Writing is tailored to a specific audience—lay people—who do not have any technical experience. (10 points)

    Graphical elements complement the written text. Text and graphics clearly correlate with each other. Use at least one graphical element on each page of writing (for a minimum of three graphical elements.) (25 points)

    Design and layout facilitate readability and aesthetics. A clear organizational flow/hierarchy is evident, assisting the reader in following the writer’s instructions, description or procedure. (20 points)

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting is clear and conciseUse common words or thoroughly explain unfamiliar terms. Avoid slang, and keep sentences short and understandable.

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting is tailored to an audience of lay peopleAssume your audience does NOT have technical experience in the subject matter.

    Graphical elements complement the written textText and graphics clearly correlate with each other. Use at least one graphical element on each page of writing (for a minimum of three graphical elements.)

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDesign and layout facilitate readability and aestheticsA clear organizational flow/hierarchy is evident, assisting the reader in following the writer’s instructions, description or procedure.

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    Writing Question

    Part 1

    discuss how change is difficult or easy in higher education, as compared to other types of organizations. Be sure to support your thought processes with cited sources.

    Part 2

    Identify a current issue affecting a college or university, as written in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, etc. Discuss the role that shared governance plays in how that situation is being addressed or handled. Additionally, what are the unique aspects of a college environment that needs to be taken into account before trying to resolve it? (For example, using this article on a bill in the Iowa legislature required this week, one could identify state politics, shared governance issues, academic freedom/tenure, etc.)

    Part 3

    in this week’s discussion board forum, discuss what you think the entering class of 2025 will look like in terms of ability level, diversity, focus, etc. Remember to focus on undergraduate students in more “traditional college,” which is not to say that the students will be (or will not be) traditional in the sense of the word.

    Part 4

    Over the past two weeks, we have been discussing higher education governance and structure. In order to be able to understand change in higher education, as well as how and why leadership and administrations functions as it does, it is important to understand how colleges are structured. To that end, this assignment is designed to enable you to be able to apply what you have learned by examining two different institutions and comparing their governance structures. The goal of this assignment is to identify the similarities and differences between the two types of systems and ultimately, in so doing, to be able to understand how decisions are made.

    For this assignments, research two different institutions- preferably one public and one private, from the same state, not necessarily Connecticut, and compare their governance structures.

    The paper MUST have the following elements, which would best be addressed via headings.

    • Introduction
    • Institution One Snapshot (demographics, location, organizational structure, etc.)
    • Institution Two Snapshot (demographics, location, organizational structure, etc.)
    • Similarities (senior leadership, faculty senate, policy development, reporting structure, etc.)
    • Differences (senior leadership, faculty senate, policy development, governing board composition, reporting structure, etc.)
    • Analysis (what do these structures indicate about the decision making process at the institution in terms of curriculum, policy, budget, etc.
    • Summary

    The final paper must be between 3-5 pages (no more or less, not including cover page and reference page). Please ensure that the paper conforms to standard APA, 6th edition guidelines include Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double-spaced, appropriate running head, title page, and headings.

    Part 5

    discuss how the landscape of higher education, specifically in terms of sexual assault prevention compliance, has changed. You may want/need to pull in additional resources, but the goal is to compare the language in the two letters and what are the noted differences, if any.

    Part 6

    discuss what role the federal and state governments play in higher education administration. How do you think it is helpful or hindering? Be sure to share your thought processes.

    Part 7

    Reflect on the organization in which you currently work (or, if you are not currently working, the most recent organization of which you were a part). How would you describe the climate as compared to the culture? Thinking in terms of organizational change- how does one move forward with changing the climate and culture of an organization? Which is easier?

    Part 8

    Throughout this course, one of the themes that has been presented is the importance of federal, and state, compliance in higher education administration. Being able to effectively lead and govern means being able to understand compliance issues and, at the same time, ensure that the right people are maintaining the letter and spirit of these laws. As new laws and requirements come into play, this is not a small task.

    For this assignments, research an area of compliance- either on the state or federal level (including ones discussed in this course) and develop a presentation that provides an overview of the law as well as how a specific organization of your choosing is complying with said law, status of their efforts, and recommendations for the institution.

    The 8-10 slide PowerPoint presentation MUST include the following elements:

    • Introductory slide
    • Overview of the area of compliance
    • Brief description of institution
    • Status of compliance in this area (use data and facts to support statements)
    • Recommendations for the institution as it directly relates to this area of compliance.

    The final PPT must be between 8-10 slides, not including cover slide and references, be aesthetically pleasing (i.e. not too cluttered, formatted properly, etc.) and the “Notes” section of the PPT should serve as the script that one would use if giving the presentation to the class in person.

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    Writing Question

    Write a 5 page paper responding to the question: What is the history of gentrification in the Meatpacking district/Chelsea?

    Format is Chicago Manual Style

    Please feel free to use these sources.

    Billingham, Chase M. ” The Broadening Conception of Gentrification: Recent Developments and Avenues For Future Inquiry And Avenues For Future Inquiry In The Sociological Study of Urban Change.” Michigan Sociological Review 29 (2015): 75-102. http://www.jstor.org.hostos.ezproxy.cuny.edu:2048/stable/43630965.

    This article explores the concept of gentrification. It questions what circumstances in urban life qualify as gentrification and why. The article also seeks to understand why some scholars view gentrification as a bad thing and why others view it as progress. This article will be helpful in understanding what gentrification is and if it is something positive or negative.

    Broadway, Michael J., and Terry Ward. “Recent Changes in the Structure and Location of the US Meatpacking Industry.” Geography 75, no. 1 (1990): 76-79. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40571938.

    This article talks about how the place has changed over the past decades from an urban community to a rural based industry, Also explained many of meatpacking plants have closed and new plants have been built to improve the area.

    Calamuci, Daniel. “Return to the Jungle: The Rise and Fall of Meatpacking Work.” New Labor Forum 17, no. 1 (2008): 66-77. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40342745.

    In this article it talks about the good and the bad in the meatpacking industry. It also talks about the earning been lower today than the 1980’s and why many reason why the workers have left the industry.

    Deutsche, Rosalyn, and Cara Gendel Ryan. “The Fine Art of Gentrification.” October 31 (1984): 91-111. doi:10.2307/778358.

    Although this article is from 1984, it has very useful information. This article describes the relationship between art and gentrification and how it has spread throughout the city. Our focus is on the meatpacking district and this article focuses on the lower east side, but I think it will help establish a pattern of how gentrification spreads throughout the city.

    Gill, John Freeman. “Cheek by Jowl.” New York Times, July 10, 2005, 1(L). Academic OneFile (accessed April 22, 2017). http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=AONE&sw=w&u=cuny_bron60695&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE%7CA133885341&asid=f0f17cf779dad4e991f7096f8d319b39.

    Goldstein, Barry. “Small Hours in the Meatpacking District.” Gastronomica 11, no. 4 (2011): 23-25. doi:10.1525/gfc.2012.11.4.23.

    The Author Goldstein talks about how the placed has changed and evolved from been a area that hundreds of butchers would live and work and notorious bars would be, to how the area is now with hotels and boutiques and the famous highline park

    Goldstein, Barry. “Small Hours in the Meatpacking District.” Gastronomica 11, no. 4 (2011): 23-25. doi:10.1525/gfc.2012.11.4.23.

    The subject of this article is the meatpacking district. More specifically, it describes the changes the area has gone through throughout the years and how certain aspects have managed to stay the same. It also mentions the meat industry which is the reason Chelsea is called the meatpacking district. This article will help me understand the origins of the area and how (and why) it has changed.

    Holusha, John. “From Grit to Chic to Tres Chic.” New York Times, November 23, 2003, 1. Academic OneFile (accessed April 22, 2017). http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=AONE&sw=w&u=cuny_bron60695&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE%7CA110445371&asid=51793219990ec471e30c652dc2ab715a.

    Knox, Paul L. “Designer Neighborhoods.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77, no. 4 (1987): 654-58. http://www.jstor.org.hostos.ezproxy.cuny.edu:2048/stable/2563930.

    I found the term “designer neighborhoods” very clever and fitting. This article goes on to explain the negative effects of a gentrified neighborhood on middle-class families. Although it focuses more on the economic effects on different social classes, it led me to question if Chelsea could be defined as a designer neighborhood.

    Salkaln, Donathan. New_Chelsea_History_Timeline. PDF. New York: Chelsea Public Library, n.d.

    Straus, E. E. (2010). “Creating a Middle-Income Cooperative Community: Penn South and the Redevelopment of Manhattan’s Chelsea Neighborhood”. New York History, 91(3), 197-219. Retrieved April 22, 2017, from http://www.jstor.org.hostos.ezproxy.cuny.edu:2048/…

    This article is regarding the Penn South that was an organized labor plan that was willing to partner in the local and federal government and its plan was to change the city. This plan brought not only private developers but also groups such as insurance companies and labor unions, to create revitalization for alternative housing options for middle-income people. The planning and development of the Penn South community exposed critical questions about the race, class, and labor in New York City, the project was to allow the reconstruction of new businesses, movie theaters, restaurants, small shops and new town houses. The reason why this project was very import was because SoHo had already been categorized as an area that had been forgotten and was overdue for development the problem was that it created a conflict of classes, while it was occupied by low class residents the development was going to push them away. “The new development changed Chelsea’s geography and its demographics” (Straus). Chelsea needed more parks and gardens to be created as well, all the changes that were beneficiary for Chelsea but it would increase the cost of living in the area.

    S. P. (2003). From Gritty to Chic: “The Transformation of New York City’s SoHo”, 1962-1976. New York History, 81(1), 50-87. Retrieved April 23, 2017, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/23183476

    This article gives a description of the transformation that SoHo went through including also descriptive information of what SoHo was about. It describes how the new industrialization gave new textures to New York City’s SoHo from 1960s to the mid-1970s; it mentions how this industrial district that had always been filled with small factories and warehouses was now an exuberant neighborhood. Through this article we are able to learn the history of how in the mid-1970s this neighborhood was no longer known as South Houston but that its new name was SoHo and that was being filled with many art galleries and that it became one of the world’s art centers. This is a three part article that examines the impact of long-term economic and social processes underlying these dramatic changes.

    Zaloom, Caitlin. “The Spectacle of Wealth and Its Costs.” Social Psychology Quarterly 72, no. 3 (2009): 203-05. http://www.jstor.org.hostos.ezproxy.cuny.edu:2048/stable/25593922.

    This source explores the relationship between wealth and gentrification in the city. It states wealth is a major factor in transforming areas that are to be gentrified. These areas are transformed by expensive clothing, art, attractions, and housing. This will help me establish the division of social classes due to wealth that is enhanced by gentrification in the city.

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    Writing Question

    Please put all Question in Part A in 1 doc file and put all Part B questions in 1 doc file (except if it is a PPT presentation)

    Part A (All questions should have atleast 350 words and a reference)

    1.What is the difference between advocating for health policy directly effecting patients and the community versus advocating for the profession of nursing? Should the nurse health policy advocate only one or the other? How do you imagine the public or legislators would view each set of issues?

    2. Describe the history of the nursing profession as advocates for health policy and the community; compare with one present day nursing leader in you are acquainted with that demonstrates these same attributes.

    3. Pick any news article that on the surface is unrelated to health care and make a connection to health based on social or economic issues that if changed could influence health outcomes.

    4. Choose four nursing organizations. Compare and contrast their legislative agendas. Synthesize the connections between organizational missions and legislative agendas.

    5. Examine the importance of relationships to move policy forward. Research two articles surrounding this issue and summarize.

    6. Evaluate the online resources on page 203 of your text. Which sites are the easiest to navigate? From which sites did you gain the most knowledge on health policy issues in your state and at the federal level?

    7. Pick five advocacy actions from the text. Apply them to a health policy issue by briefly describing how you would use these advocacy actions to shape your chosen issue.

    8. Describe your real-world advocacy strategy to you classmates. Comment and give suggestions.


    Part B

    1. Write a 1500 word APA essay reflecting on:

    A. The current nursing culture and whether the bar for nursing leadership is set at the individual patient-nurse relationship or the community-nurse relationship. Give examples of each. Use at least three references to support your findings.

    B. Review the DNP Essentials and the 2011 Institute of Medicine Future of Nursing Report for statements on nursing leadership in health policy. Identify how these documents define nursing leadership in relation to health policy and the community. Use at least three references to support your findings.

    2. Please submit one APA formatted presentation (PowerPoint®, Prezi®, etc.) identifying and describing what health care or professional issue you are passionate about and relay any advocacy actions you took to influence this issue as well as what action you must follow in the future to evaluate if your efforts have had an impact on this issue. This policy change proposal could be with state Board of nursing, local boards, state representatives, or member of Congress/Senate. The assignment should have a minimum of four scholarly sources, in addition to the textbook.

    For this assignment, create a Microsoft PowerPoint® or OpenOffice Impress® presentation of 20 slides total, include an introductory slide, a reference slide and 18 content slides with an audio explanation and detailed speaker notes on all content slides

    Over the next few weeks, you will apply the concepts learned by collaborating with or at least contacting a policy maker about an issue that you think would advance nursing scope, practice or culture or improve patient care and outcomes in a positive way. You will be working on this same project over the next 5 weeks.

    3. After researching HP2020, Kaiser Family Foundation, the ANA and your State Board of Nursing:

    Please submit one APA formatted presentation (PowerPoint®, Prezi®, etc.) identifying and describing how these agencies and leadership are addressing health disparities. This PowerPoint® (Microsoft Office) or Impress® (Open Office) presentation should be a minimum of 20 slides, including a title, introduction, conclusion and reference slide, with detailed speaker notes and recorded audio comments for all content slides. Use at least 6 scholarly sources and make certain to review the module’s Assignment Rubric before starting your presentation.

    4. Considering the patient advocacy efforts of the nurse who was unjustly detained for refusing to comply with an unlawful request by law enforcement officers, interview a leader in a health organization eliciting an advocacy story highlighting the power of the nursing voice. Evaluate the power the nursing organization gives the individual nurse to advocate for health policy. Based on the interview you conducted and what you have learned so far this week, create a PowerPoint® (Microsoft Office) or Impress® (Open Office) presentation, which should be a minimum of 20 slides, including a title, introduction, conclusion and reference slide, with detailed speaker notes and recorded audio comments for all content slides. Your presentation should address context, purpose, core issues, and strategies for a solution. Use at least 6 scholarly sources and make certain to review the module’s Assignment Rubric before starting your presentation.

    5. Research and report on the advocacy process for one health policy issue at your state level. Detail the steps taken to move this issue forward legislatively. Examine the collaboration of interest groups and stakeholders in this process. What were the barriers? Where is this policy issue now? Is it law? Did it fail to pass? Interview nursing leaders/advocates, research articles, and other sources that will bring this process to light. Nursing organizations are valuable resources and have the background stories on these processes, feel free to call and discuss legislative issue with them.

    Create a PowerPoint® (Microsoft Office) or Impress® (Open Office) presentation, which should be a minimum of 20 slides, including a title, introduction, conclusion and reference slide, with detailed speaker notes and recorded audio comments for all content slides. Use at least 6 scholarly sources and make certain to review the module’s Assignment Rubric before starting your presentation.

    6. Write a 2000 word paper evaluating the PPACA. Detail its timeline from inception to implementation. Analyze the effect the PPACA currently has on access and delivery of healthcare and the anticipated effects it will have on healthcare delivery in the future. What opportunities has the PPACA created for nursing? Describe your state’s position on Medicaid expansion. How has this helped/hurt health care in your state?

    7. Student should research the literature searching for how the nurse can re-conceptualize their role from seeing health policy as “something that happens” to them to “something they can shape” (Institute of Medicine [IOM], 2011, p. S-6).

    In Module two, you were asked to describe an issue you hoped to improve and you created a presentation about the plan. This week, you will present on the progress and results you have made during the past 5 weeks.

    Your policy change proposal could have been with state Board of nursing, local boards, state representatives, or members of Congress/Senate. Based on the issues you selected in Module two, that you were passionate about, researched in depth, and contacted the appropriate policy maker (preferably in person, but at least by emails or letters) – detail your position and the evidence that supports it, and explain your results, determination and outcomes for the contact with policy makers in a 20 slide PowerPoint presentation with audio and speaker notes on all content slides. Make certain to include your sources and a reference slide.

    8. Presentation:

    The advanced practice nurse is preparing to examine the economic, financial, and political factors that influence the delivery of healthcare and policy reform. There is a need to develop strategies to influence, implement, and evaluate current policy. This presentation will examine a health policy and its influence on a patient population.

    Choose a health policy to evaluate for this presentation and answer the following questions:

    • Critically analyze and related issues surrounding the policy to consumers, nursing, other health professions, and other stakeholders in policy and public forums.
    • What is nursing leadership’s role in the development and implementation of institutional, local, state, federal, and/or international health policy?
    • What is the impact of nursing influence on policymakers through their active participation on committees, boards, or task forces at the institutional, local, state, regional, national, and/or international levels to improve health care delivery and outcomes?
    • What are some ways that you can do to educate others, including policymakers at all levels, regarding nursing, health policy, and patient care outcomes?
    • Analyze the nursing profession’s advocacy process within the policy and healthcare communities that relate to your selected policy.
    • Explain nursing responsibility to develop, evaluate, and provide leadership for health care policy that shapes health care financing, regulation, and delivery.
    • Identify the connection between health outcomes and advocacy for social justice, equity, and ethical policies within all healthcare arenas for your selected policy.

    This PowerPoint® (Microsoft Office) or Impress® (Open Office) presentation should be a minimum of 20 slides, including a title and reference slide, with detailed speaker notes on content slides and recorded audio. Use at least four scholarly sources and make certain to review the module’s Signature Assignment Rubric before starting your presentation. This presentation is worth 400 points for quality content and presentation.


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    Writing Question

    WORK 1:

    Instructions:

    Write a proposal for your TED Talk, explaining your ideas and rhetorical choices to an unfamiliar audience. Feel free to write your proposal as a series of short answers in a numbered list, as in the example below. Use this assignment as an opportunity to organize and formalize your thinking, as well as streamline your final preparation efforts.

    Example (Based on Brian Sokol’s “Humanizing the Refugee Crisis”):

    1) Opening Gambit

    My on-scene experience as a photojournalist in a Sudanese Refugee camp.

    2) Context

    The ongoing displacement of large populations due to war and environmental crisis.

    3) They Say

    The Western Narrative of refugees, as constructed by various well-intentioned organizations (like the U.N. and global publications).

    4) Gap / Research Question

    This Western Narrative promotes statistics and stereotypes that fail to create change. What happens if we de-emphasize these group-based tales of pity and woe?

    5) I Say

    To make more headway, we need to humanize the refugee crisis by telling more individual stories.

    6) Anticipation(s) of Objection / Counterargument

    Some might argue that the Western Narrative has its merits—and I would agree. Certainly, those images have the ability to shock people, and sometimes that is what is needed to create awareness. Data, too, has its place in helping to combat social issues. But we also need people to challenge their preconceived notions about people affected by hardships, and the Western Narrative often fails to achieve that goal. Don’t get me wrong, here: I’m not suggesting we abolish the data and images documenting this crisis. Rather, I want us to add more individualized stories to help humanize the Western Narrative.

    7) Why Your Analysis Matters

    If we want to make headway on fixing the refugee crisis, we need to expand our understanding of those individuals directly affected by it.

    WORK 2:

    Develop and deliver a multimedia presentation based on an original analysis of our course texts. Draw sources about the topic from the Unit 2 texts in the Course Reader and your chosen folder on Canvas [See the Unit 2 Modules Page], as well as from anything you would like to incorporate from Unit 1. Think about the various contexts of our time and use one as a focal point for your analysis—but feel free to “personalize” this project by exploring your own experiences within the subject and course theme.

    You might consider, for example, how your own connection to the subjects or ideas for post-pandemic reform—perhaps in terms of jobs, educational goals, social concerns, community needs, or future prosperity—might help you explore and expand the extant conversation about the issue(s) related to your subject.

    To set the conversation of your project, you’ll be using at least five sources, one (or more) from each of the following types:

    • The Unit 2 Folder Sources [see the Modules section of Canvas]
    • The Harari Chapter
    • The Bastani Chapter
    • The Unit 1 Authors

    Your goals are to identify a specific problem, analyze the current set of solutions your readings present, and then create an original argument that responds to a gap in that conversation. This argument may draw from any of the texts we have read in this course, and often the best presentations draw connections to various issues and sources we have discussed throughout the quarter. Consider the TED Talk a culminating showcase of your growth arc during the quarter; marshal the full suite of our course skills and techniques to the best of your ability.

    Presentations will be pre-recorded via Zoom with illustrative slides (I recommend Google Slides). Your camera should be engaged, and the presentation should be between 6 – 8 minutes in duration.

    WORK 3:

    TED Talk Analysis

    Describe your presentation and your process in planning it, and then offer an evaluation of your efforts. What worked? What did not? What decisions did you make, and how did you go about solving various problems? What decisions or strategies would have been more effective? If you had this project to do again, what would you change? Based on this experience, what are the pros and cons of multimodal presentations of this sort? How is this form of argumentation different compared to more formalized essays? 2 Pages.





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    Writing Question

    1. Describe a possible white paper for an external audience. Keep in mind that, for a white paper to an external audience, you will not be writing to an audience for an organization of which you are a member. In other words, you would not write a white paper to your boss about the need to correct a problem in your company. That would be an internal white paper because you are a part of the company.

    You would not write a white paper to the board of directors of your son’s soccer league about the need to address a problem in the soccer fields. That would be an internal white paper because you are a part of the soccer league.

    However, you could write a white paper to other companies about a product or service that your company sells or offers.

    Or you could write a white paper to soccer leagues around the country about problems in soccer fields.

    For example, let us consider an example of a person named Susan. She works for a company that has developed a new method of training IT personnel. She could write a white paper for companies that have IT departments. The white paper might compare current methods of training IT personnel to the new method that her company has created.

    This would be an example of an external audience, as Susan is not familiar with the individuals who will read her white paper, does not work for these companies, and is not involved in these companies.

    Or we can consider an example of a person named Joseph. He works for a company that had a bad experience in moving its data to the cloud. He could write a white paper for companies that are considering moving their data to the cloud. The white paper would discuss current reasons companies are considering moving to the cloud in light of the pitfalls of moving to the cloud that Joe feels companies should be aware of.

    This would be an example of an external audience, as Joseph is not familiar with the individuals who will read his white paper, does not work for the companies that might benefit from it, and is not involved in these companies in any way.

    2. Describe what terms you might need to define or what concepts you might need to explain for a white paper of the type you mentioned in task #1 above. For example, a white paper that gives cautions about moving to the cloud will have to define certain cloud terminology for its audience. A white paper that describes a new method of training IT personnel will have to define certain terms used in IT now.

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    Writing Question

    This is a research essay , write in essay format.

    Here is topic: Racial in sports should be banned because racism leads to inequity treatment on players and discrimination cause injustice sports results.

    1. Must be 8-10 pages in length

    2. Must incorporate AT LEAST six sources, word count at least 2600.

    3. Must be formatted according to MLA style guidelines (1” margins all the way around; 12 pt. Times New Roman font; MLA-style in-text citations for sources)

    4. Must include a Works Cited page listing all the sources referenced in your essay

    5. Must adhere to the standards on Anna’s Grading Rubric (below)

    6. must conclude an counter argument paragraph.

    Garding Rubric

    Criteria

    Ratings

    Pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEnthymemeIs your enthymeme structurally sound? (Consult the handouts on Canvas for a refresher on the formal characteristics of the enthymeme.) Does your enthymeme address a question at issue? Is it possible to thoughtfully develop your enthymeme in the page requirement of the essay?

    20 pts

    Full Marks

    0 pts

    No Marks

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFocusDoes your essay stay focused on the claim of your enthymeme? Have you logically supported a single claim RATHER than giving several unconnected reasons for raising your claim? Have you fully explored the implications of your enthymeme? Do you topic and transition sentences show that your essay follows a clear framework throughout?

    20 pts

    Full Marks

    0 pts

    No Marks

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCounterargumentDoes your essay take dissenting opinions into account? Have you thought about all sides of your question at issue? Do you use opposing ideas to better prove or more efficiently articulate your own claim?

    20 pts

    Full Marks

    0 pts

    No Marks

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvidenceHave you included outside evidence, whether from one of the class readings or from a viable/approved external source? Have you incorporated quotes into your own sentences? (NO DROPPED QUOTES!) Do you interpret your quotes in a way that clearly shows how they are important to your thinking on your topic?

    20 pts

    Full Marks

    0 pts

    No Marks

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEditingHave you carefully proofread? Is your language clear and easy to follow? Are you being redundant to the point of limiting your essay’s rhetorical power?

    20 pts

    Full Marks

    0 pts

    No Marks

    20 pts

    Total Points: 100

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    Writing Question

    For each of the concepts below, please provide a brief definiton in your own words describing what the term means. Please also provide an example from our course materials (readings, lectures, slides) that illustrates each concept.Please note: When providing each definition, pleasedefinethe conceptin general. You can then use aparticular exampleto illustrate how the concept has been conceptualized/applied in a particular context.

    1.) Reification

    2.) Paradigm

    3.) Counterfactual

    4.) Theory-Dependency of Observation (sometimes called Context-Dependency of Observation)

    5.) Social Construction (in the context of the history of scientific facts/concepts/ideas)

    Part Two: Short Essay 70% Please choose one of the two following prompts to answer in a short-essay format. Please aim to make your response approximately 4-5 paragraphs.Direct textual citations are not required, but folks are certainly welcome to include them. If quotations or paraphrases are included, please be sure to provide brief citations [last name and page number(s) in any style/format you choose.] Thank you!

    1.) In Medicalizing Blackness:Making Racial Difference in the Atlantic World: 1780-1840, Hogarth presents a comparative historical study of the distinct but connected ways that ‘Blackness’ was conceptualized and used as a basis for action among medical professionals in the Greater Caribbean. Hogarth contends that, in addition to the explicit proslavery defenses mounted by some individuals in the medical profession, notions of so-called ‘racial differences’ worked to simultaneously establish and enforce the perceived credibility and legitimacy of physicians during this time period. 

    First, please briefly define the term ‘medicalization’ in general. Then, please explain how Hogarth uses the concept of medicalization in the context of her study. What, specifically, is being medicalized? Why?

    Next, please briefly outline Hogarth’s main thesis. Please describe the connection that Hogarth draws our attention to between theories and practices related to so-called ‘racial differences’ and the medical profession/medical professionals at this time in the Greater Caribbean. In other words, what does Hogarth argue is the relationship between theories of racial difference, medical practices based on these theories of racial difference, and the establishment and maintenance of professional medical credibility and authority? Finally, we know that Hogarth is fully aware of the constant explicit and implicit connections between scientific racism and medically “justified” defenses of slavery. But we also know these connections are not the central historical narrative that she is mainly trying to draw our attention to. Please consider why Hogarth repeatedly draws our attention as readers to the numerous so-called “banal” or “mundane” instances of racism present in the medical field in the period of time covered in her analysis. In other words, what is Hogarth demonstrating in her analyses of the less overtly political uses of race and racism in portions of the medical field? What takeaways – historical or contemporary – might we learn from such scholarship?

    2.) In The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn examines a series of familiar case studies in the history of modern Western science. He concludes that the standard conception of the history of science is flawed and goes on to propose an alternative, more accurate way in which to frame and interpret developments in science over time. Both immediately following its publication in 1962 and ever since, Kuhn’s essay generates substantial discussion – some assessments of Kuhn’s claims are celebratory, some cautiously curious, others quite critical. Regardless of the particular reception of his ideas, Kuhn’s central arguments called into significant question many traditional assumptions and narratives about theories of history, of science, and of progress in general – questions that comparative sociology also grapples with across various subjects and topics.

    First, please identify some of the central assumptions about the history of science that Kuhn calls into question. What viewpoints or theories about the history of science does Kuhn find inadequate?

    Next, please briefly explain what Kuhn means by ‘normal’ and ‘revolutionary’ science, respectively. What do ‘paradigms’ and ‘paradigm shifts’ have to do with the history of science, according to Kuhn? 

    Finally, consider Kuhn’s overall argument. We know Kuhn contends that it is a misunderstanding to conceive of the history of science as a more or less cumulative and linear – more or less inevitable progression towards the achievement of the Truth of Reality. Instead, Kuhn argues that by looking at the actual history of science as it occurred (and occurs) in real time, by real people, we can appreciate the sometimes messy and non-determined character of scientific change. Thinking back to where we began in our course, please reflect on the following: in what sense is Kuhn’s understanding of the history of science similar to historical materialist accounts of history? In what sense is Kuhn’s understanding of the history of science different from historical materialist accounts of history?

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    Writing Question

    How long should my draft paper be?

    Since your final research paper is expected to be around 2000 words, a good rule of thumb is at least 500 words for your first draft

    Do I need a cover page and reference page?

    Yes. These do not count in the “word count”

    Do I need to show any sources for my draft?

    Yes. While you are expected to include a minimum of seven (7) sources, you are encouraged to use more sources if applicable to your topic.

    Do I have to follow the headings provided in the instructions?

    Yes. It may be tempting to come up with your own headings (as some of the students in the past have done successfully), most students are better off just sticking with the standard headings as these will help you structure your paper and organize your sources

    It is important to take the time and go through these instructions.

    INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Start with a title page – the title of your research can be anything that you want as long as it indicates the core of your research (the reader has to know what topic you’ll be discussing simply by reading the title of your paper)
    2. Your research paper will be structured in to 6 distinct areas (headings or section titles):
    • ABSTRACT
    • INTRODUCTION
    • DISCUSSION
    • LITERATURE REVIEW
    • CONCLUSION
    • REFERENCES

    To help you understand the significance of each heading, following is a breakdown and explanation for each (as you can see, the first section is your abstract, and if you completed the practice activity, this section would now be finished)

    Abstract

    1. Introduce the topic and briefly describe what you will be discussing and why it is important
    2. Remember your topics are found in your Research Topics document
    3. You must choose one of the 5 topics from the list; no other topic will be accepted for this research paper, unless previously approved by instructor
    4. An abstract is a summary paragraph of the entire paper and comes right after your cover page. It briefly tells the reader: topic of your paper, why the topic is important, what important research has been done on the topic, and what you, as the writer, will explore further in your paper.
    5. Usually, the last sentence of your abstract is your thesis. Now that you have decided on your topic, and you have written the abstract (usually one paragraph long), it’s time to write your thesis – a thesis is the main idea that you will be researching in your paper

    Introduction

    1. Briefly tell the reader why is this topic of interest to you and why is it important and relevant to the study of International Relations?
    2. Give details of the topic and what you plan to discuss

    Discussion and background of your topic

    1. This is where you go in depth, describing in greater detail your topic and why it is important and/or why you find it of interest and why it is relevant in today’s world affairs – you repeat your introduction but give it greater detail and context (numbers, surveys, graphs, charts, sources which support your argument)
    2. Be specific and narrow your topic as much as possible – a topic that is too broad and covers too many aspects will be difficult to research
    3. For instance, if you choose to discuss the just war doctrine, you should look at 1 or 2 wars/conflicts which you have judged to meet or not meet this criteria and make your argument based on that finding – remember that war is probably never morally or ethically justified, but can be justified for other purposes, so it’s important your paper shows your understanding of the topic.

    Research and literature review of the topic

    1. Discuss some of the research papers and/or articles you find that support your topic
    2. Other people have researched your topic; what do they say about it?
    3. Be sure to include as many sources as possible in your reference page
    4. Papers without any sources will receive a ZERO – while a first draft is meant to help you define your topic and your argument, you are still expected to conduct research and read up on the topic which you plan to discuss and include a few sources

    Conclusion

    1. Wrap up and describe briefly what you just discussed, what you have learned and why it is important
    2. Researchers often make suggestions here for further research and data collections
    3. For example, if your topic discussed the impact of colonial history on present day globalization, you might suggest that research should be done in the area of global finance and how the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are helping or not helping developing nations by lending them money, and then expecting them to pay it back once they develop – this is problematic because a nation’s resources have to be used to further advance the nation’s development, but if a country is stuck in a loop of borrowing and repaying, it may never be able to develop any industry enough to become sustainable and self-reliant

    References

    1. This is the section of your paper where your APA formatted references are listed
    2. Minimum required sources: 7
    3. No more than 2 online sources allowed – an online source is usually a website (an organization such as valenciacollege.edu or a blog)
    4. Printed sources are those available in print such as books, academic journals, reports filed by institutions and organizations (United Nations, European Union, White House, Homeland Security Department) – remember that most printed sources are also accessible to you online via various portals such as Valencia College online library and JSTOR; online sources are also news papers such as Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Wall Street Journal

    While there is no specific page requirement, a typical draft is at least 500 words, double spaced; you’ll also include title page and reference page/bibliography, however these do not count towards page numbers or as part of word count – keep in mind that your final paper will be approximately 2000 pages.

    DOUBLE SPACE!

    Purdue Owl APA guide:

    https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html (Links to an external site.)

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    Writing Question

    make sure to have Netflix account you need to watch movie there.

    INSTRUCTIONS: Answer Cumulative Question 1 in 4-5 pages (15 points) and Application Question 2 in 4-5 pages (15 points) Your paper should be 8-10 pages total plus 1 Works Cited page. make sure find the film on google.

    ANSWER THIS QUESTION USING ALL FILMS AND READINGS IN THE COURSE:

    1.How have Western filmic (Hollywood’s) representations of Africa changed over time beginning with the release of King Solomon’s Mines in 1937 and culminating with Black Panther in 2018? Give examples from the three Euro-American (one with white African auteur collaboration) fictional movies (King Solomon’s Mines; Cry, the Beloved Country; Black Panther) in the course to show the changing attitudes towards Africa, Africans, and black identity. How do “Hollywood’s” portrayals compare with black African films about African society (use Nollywood films, Otelo Burning, and the films by Sembene)? How do Hollywood’s representations of black Africans compare with non-fiction as seen from documentaries and academic research (use Professor Gates’ PBS series and any documentaries)? Be sure to include information from course readings and lectures where appropriate. (15 points, 4-5 pages) (make sure find the film on google or youtube to watch it if you never watch.)

    2.Write a cultural and filmic analysis of your chosen film based on the questions in the Film Worksheet. Give a brief synopsis of the plot, an introduction to the characters, a discussion of the important filmic signs, a cultural analysis using Griswold’s diamond, and connect the film to course readings and lectures. I have provided 1 supplemental reading for each film, and you will most likely need to do some of your own research and/or use background course readings to complete your full analysis. (15 points, 4-5 pages) film watch on Netflix: Cook-off, 2020, directed by Tomas Brickhill,

    Question 1 response covers all the required films mentioned in the prompt, including the 3 named films and at least 1 film from each genre mentioned.

    5 pts

    Question 1 response cites several course readings and lectures with appropriate in-text citations, i.e. (Ukadike, 23) or (Uwah)

    5 pts

    Question 1 response demonstrates familiarity with course material and applies analytical and theoretical concepts taught in the course.

    5 pts

    Question 2 response includes all information found on film worksheet, but in formal essay format

    5 pts

    Question 2 response includes appropriate in-text citations of several course readings, the readings from the paper prompt, and at least one source from the student’s own research.

    5 pts

    Question 2 response demonstrates the student’s ability to apply course concepts to new material.

    5 pts

    includes a Works Cited page at the end (not part of page count) with all sources cited in Questions 1 & 2.

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    Writing Question

    3.) The third chapter includes an explanation of the methodology of the project’s design and procedures. It explains the protocol for implementing the project as well as the techniques used for examination and evaluation of the project.

    Be sure to focus on APA, grammar, word choice, and sentence structure. Your faculty mentor will grade each chapter and make recommendations for improvement. Please keep up with those recommendations and changes throughout the course. Chapter Three should be approximately 2500-3000 words in length.

    Assignment Expectations

    Length: 2500-3000 words; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner.

    Structure: Include a title page and reference page in APA style. These do not count towards the minimum word count for this assignment.

    References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include at least three (3) scholarly sources to support your claims.

    4.) Teleconference

    The DNP course teleconferences give the faculty mentor the opportunity to assess and monitor the immersion activities for appropriateness and approval.

    There must be a call during modules one (1), four (4), & eight (8) in each DNP project course with the student, faculty mentor, and preceptor to establish and monitor ongoing objectives and expectations. The student will set up this call after gaining mutually available times with the faculty coordinator and preceptor.

    Summarize the conversation in a Word document, describing:

    • who attended the teleconference,
    • the objectives and expectations discussed,
    • and strategies for accomplishing those objectives.
    • include a link to the recording

    This should be formatted in APA format with a title page, introduction, body, and conclusion. References can be included as appropriate.

    The written explanation and summary of this call be placed in this week’s drop box for approval from the faculty mentor.

    Assignment Expectations

    Length: 250 – 350 words; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner.

    Structure: Include a title page and reference page in APA style. These do not count towards the minimum word count for this assignment.

    References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include at least three (3) scholarly sources to support your claims.

    5.) Provide ongoing drafts of Chapters 1, 2, and 3 using the Aspen University DNP Project template and feedback from your faculty mentor.

    Not all projects use the same format for headings or organizing the contents of the chapter. Use the feedback you have received from your faculty mentor to structure your specific project manuscript.

    Your chapters will continue to develop throughout your project. At this stage, much of the work should be completed in Chapter 2 – the literature review. This week provide the latest work you have done to develop all three chapters with focus on chapter 2.

    Assignment Expectations

    Length: 2500 – 3000 words; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner.

    Structure: Include a title page and reference page in APA style. These do not count towards the minimum word count for this assignment.

    References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include at least thirty-five (35) scholarly sources to support your claims.

    6.) Provide ongoing drafts of Chapters 1, 2, and 3 using the Aspen University DNP Project template and feedback from your faculty mentor.

    Not all projects use the same format for headings or organizing the contents of the chapter. Use the feedback you have received from your faculty mentor to structure your specific project manuscript.

    Your chapters will continue to develop throughout your project. At this stage much of the work should be completed in Chapter 2 – the literature review. This week provide the latest work you have done to develop all three chapters with focus on Chapter 2.

    7.) Provide a draft of Chapters 1, 2, and 3 for evaluation and continuation of the project. This week provide the latest work you have done to develop all three chapters with focus on chapter 3. Be sure to include:

    • a definition of terms,
    • tables and figures,
    • detailed discussion of the significance of the project.

    Assignment Expectations

    Length: 1500 – 1750 words; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner.

    Structure: Include a title page and reference page in APA style. These do not count towards the minimum word count for this assignment.

    References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include any scholarly sources to support your claims.

    8.) Teleconference

    The DNP course teleconferences give the faculty mentor the opportunity to assess and monitor the immersion activities for appropriateness and approval.

    There must be a call during modules one (1), four (4), & eight (8) in each DNP project course with the student, faculty mentor, and preceptor to establish and monitor ongoing objectives and expectations. The student will set up this call after gaining mutually available times with the faculty coordinator and preceptor.

    Summarize the conversation in a Word document, describing:

    • who attended the teleconference,
    • the objectives and expectations discussed,
    • and strategies for accomplishing those objectives.
    • Include a link to the recording

    This should be formatted in APA format with a title page, introduction, body, and conclusion. References can be included as appropriate.

    The written explanation and summary of this call must be placed in this week’s drop box for approval from the faculty mentor.

    Assignment Expectations

    Length: 250 – 350 words; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner.

    Structure: Include a title page and reference page in APA style. These do not count towards the minimum word count for this assignment.

    References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include any scholarly sources used to support your claims.

    Continuing Development

    Describe your plans for continuing the development of Chapters 1, 2, and 3 in the next course. This paper should be a minimum of 250 words, with correct APA and grammar.

    Assignment Expectations

    Length: 250 – 350 words; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner.

    Structure: Include a title page and reference page in APA style. These do not count towards the minimum word count for this assignment.

    References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include any scholarly sources used to support your claims.

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    Writing Question

    Observation Summary Assignments

    Assignment Description:

    This assignment will be completed in a kindergarten classroom during literacy instruction. Spend 1-2 hours observing in this 2 classroom, reflecting on the literacy instruction that is taking place. Take notes in the following categories. Then, using your notes, use the template below, to describe your findings. Save your notes, as you instructor may ask to see them.

    Observation Summary Template:

    Categories for Your Observation Summary Assignments:

    Section 1: Observations before the lesson

    (Note: To complete section 1 of the summary, it will help you to engage in a conversation with the host teacher prior to your scheduled observation time.)

    Describe the classroom. What do you observe about the set-up of
    the classroom? What has the classroom teacher told you about his/her
    literacy instruction? What do you observe regarding the students? What
    types of interaction does the teacher have with the students? What has
    the teacher told you about the lesson plan that he/she has for the
    lesson you will observe. What are the objectives for the lesson you will
    be watching? What materials will he/she use? How will he/she assess the
    students’ ability to meet the objective for the lesson?

    (Important: Ask the teacher to point out a struggling student and a high performing student before the lesson begins. You will need to be watching these 2 students in particular during the lesson you will observe.)

    Section 2: Observations during the lesson

    Describe the lesson elements. During the lesson, pay special
    attention to the instructional language that teacher uses. Is he/she
    using explicit modeling language? Give examples. What scaffolding to you
    observe? Give examples. How much of the talking is done by the teacher
    versus the students? Do students have opportunities to talk to one
    another? What types of reading/writing/speaking/listening are happening
    during this lesson. Discuss the progress of the struggling student and
    the high performing student in relationship to the learning objectives
    and the assessment. What do you notice?

    Section 3: Reflection after the lesson

    Reflect on what you observed. From your time spent in this
    classroom so far, make 3 clear connections between the lesson you
    observed and what you have learned so far in this course. Use APA
    citations when making connections to course texts. Your connections may
    include what you did see, or perhaps what you did not
    see. In every aspect of this assignment and reflection, assume positive
    intent and demonstrate the highest level of professionalism and respect
    toward the host teacher and the students observed.

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    Writing Question

    Discussion 1

    After reading the assigned pages from the Victoria Business School’s “Example of a Finished Report,” you will answer a series of questions. Your responses should run 1-2 sentences per question. These questions will help you prepare for your own business report. Provide feedback for one classmate’s answers.

    Please download the document, “How to Write a Business Report,” from Victoria University. The document is linked to in Content for Week 3.

    Please access page 26 of the document, “An Example of a Finished Report.”

    Review the report, which covers pages 27-41.

    Please respond to this discussion topic by answering the following questions. Your answers can be 1-2 sentences:

    • What problem is the author addressing?
    • Where in the report does the author cite secondary research? You can mention one or two pages.
    • What types of primary research does the author cite in the report? You can give one or two examples. (You will not use primary research for your later writing assignments, the proposal memo and research report; however, it’s important that you know how and why this research is used in business reports.)
    • Consider your Research-Based Report for this class. What problem might you address in your workplace, school, or community?

    Discussion 2

    Please examine the sample synthesis literature review, “Employee Retention and Turnover.” (BE AWARE: This paper is cited and lists references using APA 6th Edition)

    (The review can be found in the Week 3 Content or under the Content heading “Sample Papers for WRTG 394.”)

    Answer the following questions. Post your answers as your response to this discussion topic.

    1. Discuss how well the student has synthesized the sources (base your response on your review of the sample synthesis essays and the video located in the Content area for Weeks #2 and #3).

    • Note one area where synthesis was well done. Explain in a sentence or two why the synthesis was effective in this part of the paper.
    • Note one area where synthesis could have been improved. Explain in a few sentences why the synthesis was not particularly effective in this part of the paper.

    2. Check to see if the student-writer has provided at least one citation for every source listed in the references for the student’s paper. Note whether the student has done this successfully or has failed to cite any source(s). Why is citing all sources listed as references important?


    Assignment

    Instructions

    For this assignment, you will select a topic from a list provided in the assignment instructions, conduct secondary research (or “find literature”) on that topic, and then provide a 1000-1400 word background review and synthesis of the literature that you find.

    Assignment directions are attached.

    Attachments

    WRTG394_WA2_BackgroundRev_and_Synth2020NEW.docx

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    Writing Question

    You are required to write a 5-page (double-spaced, standard tabs) research paper about a musical culture NOT covered in this course. Areas covered in this course include India, Indonesia, Japan, Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, so you can choose any part of the world OTHER than these. Some areas to consider are: Native America, Polynesia, Australia, China, Korea, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, Arctic Circle…. wherever, as long as it’s not covered in our course.

    For this assignment, please use Nettl’s 3-part model, addressed in “Unit 1: Introduction” and Chapter 1 in our textbook. Focus on the Sounds, Behaviors and Ideas or Conceptions that govern the sounds and behaviors of the musical genre/activity you choose. It’s best if you stick to a specific genre or ensemble from whatever region you choose for this research paper. For example, if you wanted to write about music from Spain, don’t try to summarize all Spanish music (too broad, too big) but pick a specific genre or activity to focus on, such as Flamenco. Want to research Hawaiian music? Stick to hula or string bands. The point is, focus on one genre or activity from a region and give in-depth details, not just a broad, surface cultural overview.

    Sound:

    What sounds are you hearing? Talk about the instruments (and voices) of the musical genre/activity. What are they made of and what do they sound like? Are there any rules or restrictions surrounding these instruments, like who can play or when one can play? Can you comment on the texture and form of the music? Texture refers to layers of activity. How many musicians are present and how do they relate to one another? Form refers to how the music is organized and presented,. How long does a performance last and how are the melodies and rhythms arranged. Lastly, what does the music sound like to you, the outsider?

    Behaviors:

    What activities are associated with this musical genre/activity? What are people doing while this musical activity is happening? Is there a specific purpose or function surrounding this music, or is it just for enjoyment/entertainment? Does this musical activity have any behavioral restrictions regarding religion, age or gender? Is everyone participating communally or are the musicians/singers/dancers presenting music to an audience…. why? Lastly, can you draw any connections to musical behaviors in your life or culture?

    Ideas/Conceptions:

    What ideas or conceptions govern the sounds and behaviors of your chosen musical genre/activity? Why are people creating this music and why are people participating? Address ideas surrounding history, culture and musical evolution. Most musical genres throughout the world express indigenous and foreign, or outsider aspects. What traits are uniquely regional, or indigenous, and what traits are coming from an outside influence and why? Again, almost all music has a combination of both! How have politics, religion or human migration affected this musical genre/activity? Lastly, can you relate what you learned to your own life experiences?

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    You are required to write a 5-page (double-spaced, standard tabs) research paper about a musical culture NOT covered in this course. Areas covered in this course include India, Indonesia, Japan, Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, so you can choose any part of the world OTHER than these. Some areas to consider are: Native America, Polynesia, Australia, China, Korea, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, Arctic Circle…. wherever, as long as it’s not covered in our course.

    For this assignment, please use Nettl’s 3-part model, addressed in “Unit 1: Introduction” and Chapter 1 in our textbook. Focus on the Sounds, Behaviors and Ideas or Conceptions that govern the sounds and behaviors of the musical genre/activity you choose. It’s best if you stick to a specific genre or ensemble from whatever region you choose for this research paper. For example, if you wanted to write about music from Spain, don’t try to summarize all Spanish music (too broad, too big) but pick a specific genre or activity to focus on, such as Flamenco. Want to research Hawaiian music? Stick to hula or string bands. The point is, focus on one genre or activity from a region and give in-depth details, not just a broad, surface cultural overview.

    Sound:

    What sounds are you hearing? Talk about the instruments (and voices) of the musical genre/activity. What are they made of and what do they sound like? Are there any rules or restrictions surrounding these instruments, like who can play or when one can play? Can you comment on the texture and form of the music? Texture refers to layers of activity. How many musicians are present and how do they relate to one another? Form refers to how the music is organized and presented,. How long does a performance last and how are the melodies and rhythms arranged. Lastly, what does the music sound like to you, the outsider?

    Behaviors:

    What activities are associated with this musical genre/activity? What are people doing while this musical activity is happening? Is there a specific purpose or function surrounding this music, or is it just for enjoyment/entertainment? Does this musical activity have any behavioral restrictions regarding religion, age or gender? Is everyone participating communally or are the musicians/singers/dancers presenting music to an audience…. why? Lastly, can you draw any connections to musical behaviors in your life or culture?

    Ideas/Conceptions:

    What ideas or conceptions govern the sounds and behaviors of your chosen musical genre/activity? Why are people creating this music and why are people participating? Address ideas surrounding history, culture and musical evolution. Most musical genres throughout the world express indigenous and foreign, or outsider aspects. What traits are uniquely regional, or indigenous, and what traits are coming from an outside influence and why? Again, almost all music has a combination of both! How have politics, religion or human migration affected this musical genre/activity? Lastly, can you relate what you learned to your own life experiences?

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    In this assignment, you are to critically read and evaluate a scholarly article’s strengths, weaknesses, and contributions to the study field. Learning how to critique a journal article has several benefits, including preparing you for publishing in the future and keeping you current on the literature in your field of study. The practical application is developing the ability to look at research within your organization and industry with a knowledgeable, critical eye.

    Weller, I., Süß, J., Evanschitzky, H., & von Wangenheim, F. (2020). Transformational leadership, high-performance work system consensus, and customer satisfaction. Journal of Management, 46(8), 1469-1497.

    Following your review, choose one article from this list; critically evaluate the article’s strengths, weaknesses, and contribution to the study field using the outline below as a guide:

    Cover page

    • The cover page will include:
      • Articles Title and Author (s)
      • Name of Journal (s)
      • Date of publication
      • Your name

    Executive Summary

    • Summarize the significant aspects of the entire article, including:
      • The overall purpose and general area of study of the article.
      • The specific problem being addressed in the study.
      • The main findings of the article.

    Literature Review

    • Briefly summarize the overall themes presented in the Literature Review.
      • Was the literature review applicable to the study, current and thorough?
      • Were there gaps in the literature review?

    Data Analysis

      • Identify the methodology used: qualitative, quantitative, mixed? Was the chosen methodology appropriate for the study? Why or why not?
      • Did the data analysis prove or disprove the research questions? Explain.

    Results/Conclusion

    • n this section, you will address the following:
      • Describe the article’s relevance to the field of knowledge.
      • Outline the strengths and weaknesses of the article. Be specific.
      • Based on the article, what future research do you think needs to be accomplished in this area?
      • What are your key points and takeaways after analyzing the article
    • Proper APA in-text citation must be used. The review is to be word-processed double spaced, not less than two pages, and no more than five pages in length. Paper length does not include the cover page, abstract, or references page(s).
    • I

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    ITS A GROUP ASSIGNMENT AND I HAVE TO WORK ON ONLY DATA ANALSIS PART. OTHER TEAM MEMEBRES ARE WORKING ON REST OF THE SUBHEADINGS.I NEED THIS IN 3 TO 4 PAGES, APA FORMAT AND REFERENCES

    In this assignment, you are to critically read and evaluate a scholarly article’s strengths, weaknesses, and contributions to the study field. Learning how to critique a journal article has several benefits, including preparing you for publishing in the future and keeping you current on the literature in your field of study. The practical application is developing the ability to look at research within your organization and industry with a knowledgeable, critical eye.

    The University of the Cumberlands (UC) Library subscribes to many journals and provides you access to appropriate collections to support this assignment. Using the UC Library, locate and review the following peer-reviewed articles:

    De Meulenaere, K., De Winne, S., Marescaux, E., & Vanormelingen, S. (2021). The role of firm size and knowledge intensity in the performance effects of collective turnover. Journal of Management, 47(4), 993-1023.

    Weller, I., Süß, J., Evanschitzky, H., & von Wangenheim, F. (2020). Transformational leadership, high-performance work system consensus, and customer satisfaction. Journal of Management, 46(8), 1469-1497.

    Gupta, V. K., Mortal, S. C., Silveri, S., Sun, M., & Turban, D. B. (2020). You’re fired! Gender disparities in CEO dismissal. Journal of Management, 46(4), 560-582.

    Marshall, D. R., Davis, W. D., Dibrell, C., & Ammeter, A. P. (2019). Learning off the job: Examining part-time entrepreneurs as innovative employees. Journal of Management, 45(8), 3091-3113.

    Paterson, T. A., & Huang, L. (2019). Am I expected to be ethical? A role-definition perspective of ethical leadership and unethical behavior. Journal of Management, 45(7), 2837-2860.

    Pak, J., & Kim, S. (2018). Team manager’s implementation, high performance work systems intensity, and performance: a multilevel investigation. Journal of Management, 44(7), 2690-2715.

    Following your review, choose one article from this list; critically evaluate the article’s strengths, weaknesses, and contribution to the study field using the outline below as a guide:

    Cover page

    • The cover page will include:
      • Articles Title and Author (s)
      • Name of Journal (s)
      • Date of publication
      • Your name

    Executive Summary

    • Summarize the significant aspects of the entire article, including:
      • The overall purpose and general area of study of the article.
      • The specific problem being addressed in the study.
      • The main findings of the article.

    Literature Review

    • Briefly summarize the overall themes presented in the Literature Review.
      • Was the literature review applicable to the study, current and thorough?
      • Were there gaps in the literature review?

    Data Analysis

      • Identify the methodology used: qualitative, quantitative, mixed? Was the chosen methodology appropriate for the study? Why or why not?
      • Did the data analysis prove or disprove the research questions? Explain.

    Results/Conclusion

    • In this section, you will address the following:
      • Describe the article’s relevance to the field of knowledge.
      • Outline the strengths and weaknesses of the article. Be specific.
      • Based on the article, what future research do you think needs to be accomplished in this area?
      • What are your key points and takeaways after analyzing the article?

    Proper APA in-text citation must be used. The review is to be word-processed double spaced, not less than two pages, and no more than five pages in length. Paper length does not include the cover page, abstract, or references page(s).

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    Writing Question

    the book and the syllabus will be uploaded

    We have read much. Through written and verbal discussions, you responded to critical essays on topics ranging from the “Disney Spell” to the role of the storyteller, to gender, to the idea of childhood, to issues with translation, to the history of the Grimms, and even how-to and the ethics of modernizing older stories. Your final essay can expand on the ideas and discussions begun throughout the semester. Or, develop a new line of inquiry.

    Think back to the beginning of the course when I asked you to email me about what you wanted to learn about Fairy Tales. Have you answered your own question yet?

    Alternatively, consider one of the stories, essays, or discussions that really caught your interest and made you want to know more.

    Use your inquiry as a starting point for the essay—not knowing the answer yet will become your research question/thesis. This is scholarly research (dig for what you want to know). Follow your curiosity.

    Assignment: Using genuine inquiry—meaning you don’t already have a position or know the answer when you begin—research and write an essay that makes a scholarly argument. You can use any of the themes, quotes, or ideas presented in one of the fairy tales or critical essays in the textbook or class discussions:

    • Decide which idea, critical essay, or fairy tale you wish to respond to, and engage in pre-reflection about why that holds your interest before you begin your research;
    • Develop and revise a research question;
    • Participate in genuine research—don’t be afraid of not knowing the answer when you begin the essay;
    • See what other scholars have to say on the matter—and agree or disagree with their reasoning (use, cite, and include in a works cited, at least two relevant, scholarly sources in addition to the textbook/story);
    • Make sure your own logic is sound; and
    • You are allowed to choose the story used for your discussion lead, but not for the interpretation essay.
    • NOTE: The story or stories you include are not counted as a scholarly source, but must be included in your works cited & in-text citations.

    Your essay will offer an original idea or thesis (you came up with it) that is fully supported by evidence from the stories/essays and use two other relevant, scholarly sources that you both quote and respond to. (Remember we’ve practiced this all semester—agree/disagree/I have a question and class discussions.)

    You have already done every part of this, so now give your ideas a more formal shape and voice.

    Aim for approximately 1200 words.

    Include:

    1. Brief, specific summary of any story/main essay to give the reader context (maximum of two sentences).
    2. Clear, strong opinion (what do you think?).
    3. Clear, relevant support (one or a few specific elementsthat support your main idea).
    4. Correct and ethical incorporation of quoted material (inclusion, punctuation, & in-text citations) Note: quoted material should be less than 20% of any essay—its only purpose is to support your ideas. Your voice needs to be the strongest voice.
    5. MLA or APA (you can choose what you know best or will need to know for your discipline—but be consistent).
    6. Correct Works Cited (relevant sources, full citations).

    Elements of Essay

    Assessment Criteria

    Content/Organization

    Is my paper well-defined, showing insightful analysis and interpretation? Does the format & structure of my essay work with my main idea? Balanced introduction and conclusion? Graceful and effective transitions?

    Diction

    Does my writing include compelling word choice, demonstrating insightful use of figurative language?

    Sentence Structure

    Are my sentences carefully formed and positioned with attention to emphasis, rhythm, and pace to engage the reader?

    Grammar and Mechanics

    Does my writing demonstrate a mastery of grammar, creating compelling prose, with few to no errors?

    Research and Documentation

    Are my included examples relevant? Are they accurately and skillfully quoted, included, and discussed as support of my ideas? Are my sources in correct MLA or APA format, both in-text and in the Works Cited?

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    Writing Question

    Part#1 Rough Draft

    (Please finish the rough draft in 8 hours. After you finish the rough draft i will extent the three more days for you to finish the rest paper.) And i have a paper outline for you.

    lease upload your first rough draft of 3 pages. Here’s what you should have:

    1. An introduction ending with your thesis.

    2. A “context” paragraph: If you are doing your paper on social media and privacy, for example, discuss just how many people are on social media. If you are doing film ratings and how unfair they are, the context paragraph would describe what the ratings are and when they were established. Include at least one citation here from a book, magazine, newspaper or scholarly journal. Not only will you add credibility, but you will also “grow” your paper!

    3. Your first opposition point. Start it with some variety of “my opponents think…” Want to really grow your paper? Cite one of your opposition sources here to prove that the opposition really thinks this. (This is showing, rather than simply telling.)

    4. Rebut the opposition: “But they are wrong, because…” Anywhere you can add a citation will be a place you GROW your paper.

    5. Keep going.

    #2 Term Paper Assignment(no worry about this part before you finish the Part1)

    This semester, as we are learning about the different media, we will be discussing many media-related issues–issues such as the increased fragmentation of the media, privacy issues, the impact of convergence, fake news, censorship, and the increased concentration of media ownership. For this assignment, you will have the opportunity to choose one of these topics—or any others that relate to mass media and society–and make an argument concerning its effects, making sure that you focus on the impact on only one or two branches of the media so that your topic isn’t overly broad. Because writing a term paper can sometimes be overwhelming, we will break this assignment down into smaller components, each with its own deadline. Consult our modules for individual deadlines.

    What to do:

    1. Begin to decide what you’d like as your paper topic: Browse your textbook and media clips for potential media issues. Another good source for topics are the discussion questions at the end of each chapter. Also, consider some of the topics that I ask you about for happy quizzes.
    2. Once you’ve decided on a topic, find at least six magazine or newspaper articles concerning the particular media issue that you are examining. You may also include sources from books and web sites. You may not use web sites of questionable legitimacy or advocacy sites. You will be using and citing your chosen sources directly in the body of the paper with a specific citation.
    3. Come up with a working thesis for your essay.
    4. Freewrite on this working thesis. Or try other prewriting techniques, such as brainstorming, listing, clustering, talking with people about your idea, etc.
    5. Write an outline for the essay. This outline should be detailed enough to really guide you through the process of writing the paper; it should, essentially, be a road map. Be sure to include a section in your outline in which you address the opposition, those people who would potentially disagree with your position: How will you convince them?
    6. Next, write an ideas draft; this will be sloppy, disorganized, grammatically incorrect–but, hey, at least you’ve got something on paper!
    7. Now, write a rough draft. We will have a peer-response workshop in class for you to get feedback from a few classmates. This will be followed by a citation rough draft (one in which you include all your citations).
    8. You are ready to refine your draft and make it into a product of which you feel proud. Don’t forget to proofread this final draft.

    What I’ll be looking for:

    • A clear, focused thesis that tells the reader what point you’ll be arguing and–very briefly–why you hold the position you do.
    • Well-developed paragraphs with strong topic sentences.
    • Lots of evidence, examples, statistics, quotes from experts and other forms of support to back up your claims.
    • At least six different print sources (books, magazine articles, newspaper articles, or scholarly articles) used and cited in the body of your essay. Yes, it is acceptable to get these print sources from a legitimate Web site, such as the NY Times, etc.)
    • MLA documentation. (I’ll give you a separate handout for this in class.)
    • A minimum length of 7-8 complete pages (not counting your title page and Works Cited page), with double-spaced 12-point Times New Roman font.
    • Excellent proofreading that shows you have pride in your work.
    • A Works Cited page.

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    Writing Question

    “People meet social needs by working and learning together over time to achieve particular goals or to act on particular motives. To facilitate their activities, people also develop and use tools. These tools include not only things like hammers or computers, but also language—probably the most complex tool of all.”Donna Kain and Elizabeth Wardle, “Activity Theory: An Introduction for the Writing Classroom,” Writing about Writing p. 397

    “When we sit down to write an argument intended to persuade someone to do or to believe something, we are never really the first to broach the topic about which we are writing. Thus, learning how to write a researched argument is a process of learning how to enter conversations that are already going on in written form. This idea of writing as dialogue—not only between author and reader but between the text and everything that has been said or written beforehand—is important. Writing is a process of balancing our goals with the history of similar kinds of communication, particularly others’ arguments that have been made on the same subject. The conversations that have already been going on about a topic are the topic’s historical context.”— Stuart Greene, “Argument as Conversation: The Role of Inquiry in Writing a Researched Argument,” Writing about Writing p. 33

    InfoLitBackground

    When you hear the word “essay,” what comes to mind? If you’re like most students, you probably imagine a generic sort of academic writing that you only do in school. While the term has been used to describe almost any kind of multiple paragraph writing, “essay” also means a trial or attempt. I want to encourage you to take this meaning to heart. Inquiry of the sort we’re practicing here is about seeking and generating new knowledge, and that involves some risk-taking and being willing to move beyond the comfort of what you already know, or even that which can easily be discovered.

    This project represents the first step in your semester-long research journey to get at the question at the heart of Composition II, “How do writing and language do work in the world?” Early on in the research process, investigators often struggle to identify a meaningful direction for their research. As researcher and teacher Stuart Greene notes above, writers always must balance their ideas with the ideas that others have presented for them, in essence joining a conversation that began before they ever entered the scene. This essay, then, invites you to listen in on that conversation in order to begin developing a specific focus for your research this semester.

    AssignmentYour Task

    Write an essay of at least 3-4 pages (or at least roughly 750-1000 words) in which you review and then build on some of the methods and arguments of the writing studies researchers you’ve encountered in the first part of the course to identify a specific context in which to conduct your semester-length investigation into the question, “How do writing and language do work in the world?” This might be a particular community that uses writing or a specific literate activity that you would like to learn more about, or a writing-related problem that interests you. Present some initial data (an interview, some texts the community uses, an observation of an online interaction, etc.) related to this context, consider that data in light of the ideas presented by some of the writing researchers who came before you, and figure out how further investigating this context might help you learn more about how writing does work in the world.

    Your audience for this essay is, first and foremost, your professor and your classmates, but it will also help to think of yourself as joining the conversations about writing with the authors we’ve read and will read. This is an audience familiar with the pieces you’ve read for class, but less familiar than you with the specific context in which you are investigating. Be sure to explain your ideas and examples clearly as well as define any specialized terms, texts, or objects related to this context.

    ScheduleKey Due Dates

    Workshop Draft Due: Friday, May 22nd by 11:59 pm

    Initial Graded Submission Due: Thursday, May 26 by 11:59 pm

    Final Draft Due: Friday, June 25 by 11:59 pm as part of Final ePortfolio

    How to Submit: Click “Submit Assignment” in the top right of this page and submit a Microsoft Word or PDF document of the draft you’d like me to grade.

    StrategiesWhat to Do in Your Essay

    Here are the moves you’ll need to make in your essay in order to accomplish the task required by this assignment. You may think of these as “sections,” if you like, but don’t feel bound by this structure: if you have a better idea for how to go about completing the task, try it out.

    • Review and evaluate some of the methods and arguments you’ve read about in in this part of the course.
      • You should not discuss every single idea we’ve read or talked about this semester. Instead, pick out the points that have resonated the most for you, that made you curious, or that seem most useful to developing your understanding of how writing does work in the world. Draw on at least two different authors.
      • Instead of summarizing each article, pull out the arguments and ideas that are relevant to what you want to say. This will mean using a careful blend of quotations, paraphrases, and summaries. See EasyWriter Chapter 15 for ideas and examples.
      • Look to draw connections between the texts we’ve read—or, in other words, synthesize—rather than discuss them individually. How does what one author does or suggests relate to what another says? Where do authors seem to disagree, or at least emphasize different points? How is your understanding enhanced by considering both ideas as opposed to just one or the other?
      • Since this assignment calls on you to cite particular sources, be sure to include a works cited page. See EasyWriter Chapter 45/46 for details on citing sources, both in-text and in a works cited page.
    • Present some initial descriptions and data about the context in which you’d like to investigate how writing and/or language do work in the world.
      • A key goal of this assignment is to begin identifying a particular focus for your semester-length investigation into writing. The class as a whole revolves around the question, “How do writing and language do work in the world?” but that question is too broad to answer on its own. Each of you will need to find a way to refine and narrow that question to make it your own. The way to do this is to decide in which context you would like to conduct research. For this course, that will be one of three things:
        • A community that uses writing in some ways that you would like to investigate further (as in Tony Mirabelli’s analysis of the literate practices of the servers at Lou’s Diner).
        • A particular literate activity you want to examine closely (as in Madeline Halvey’sLinks to an external site. studyLinks to an external site. of the writing associated with dance).
        • A specific writing-related problem you want to learn more about (as in Elizabeth Wardle’s consideration of the difficulties of enculturating in a new job).
      • You’ll want to choose carefully the specific context around which you decide to focus for this writing task. The one you choose will be at the heart of your research and writing for the rest of the semester. In the spirit of Greene’s notion of “inquiry,” you’ll want to make sure that this literate activity is something that you’re curious about and genuinely would like to understand more fully and learn more about.
      • We’ll do more extensive data collection a little later in the semester (see Task 3: Primary Research Report), so for now focus on sharing what you already know from firsthand experience and your initial research during the first two weeks of the semester. This will mean including very specific descriptions as well as whatever data you’ve gathered through interviews, observations, and text collection so far to help you create a picture of this community, activity, or problem for your readers.
    • Consider what you know about this context in light of the ideas we’ve studied so far to make claims about how writing and language are being used there and what would be of interest to Writing Studies researchers.
      • This will mean positioning your descriptions and data about this context in the conversation about writing you introduced earlier in your essay. How does what you know about this context seem to reinforce the ideas of the researchers you’ve cited, or not? What would these researchers be most interested in?
      • Think, too, about what you yourself find most interesting or surprising, or even inexplicable. You are at the start of your research here, so it’s helpful to continue thinking about what makes you most curious, and why.
      • Try to make at least one initial claim about the context you’ve begun to investigate and how writing is used there. Remember that a claim is something arguable. Based on your initial look at writing in this context, what have you learned?
    • Develop some research questions that arise from this initial analysis.
      • What questions remain? What are you interested in looking into further? What would other Writing Studies researchers want to follow up on? Identify at least three or four possibilities.
      • Articulate, as well, why you think these questions are relevant. Remember, the class as a whole is focused on the question, “How does writing do work in the world?” How will the questions you’ve developed help you get at that in some way? How will you be able to contribute to the learning of the class as a whole through your investigation?

    TipsWhat Makes It Good?

    Successful essays will…

    • demonstrate the student’s willingness to engage with new concepts and ideas from Writing Studies.
    • showcase the student’s understanding of the research and concepts studied in the course so far.
    • present meaningful data from the student’s initial research as well as prior knowledge with enough detail and explanation for a reader to understand the context in which writing is being investigated.
    • include relevant and interesting claims about writing that arise from that data.
    • highlight the student’s ability to pose interesting questions that matter in the field of Writing Studies.

    In addition, all major projects you submit in this course are expected be clean and error-free as well as properly presented in either MLA or APA style (your choice, but please be consistent). Our focus on this project, however, will be on the above criteria.

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    Writing Question

    Extra-credit option: if you have smarthinking (located on the left navigation) review your paper before you submit your essay you will get 1% added to your final paper score; to get credit must upload the feedback received.

    Purpose: The purpose of a comparative paper is to enhance your understanding of 2 poems by examining specific elements of each poem in relation to one another. By isolating and analyzing individual aspects of two poems you can discover a deeper meaning and characteristic of each work. You may choose to compare either two overly similar poems or two seemingly very different poems. You may choose to focus on one, using the other as a lens through which to view the other, or you may give equal time to both. See handout “ Download writing a compare/contrast essay” and “ Download Writing about poetry” (located in Module 07: Readings and Resources)

    Assignment: Write a formal paper in which you formulate and support a central argument based on a comparative analysis of a specific idea or element in two poems. Your central argument must be arguable, worth writing about (provides insight), persuasive, focused, well developed, well supported, insightful, logical, coherent, and relevant to the texts.

    One of the perils of writing a comparative paper is the temptation to produce what is sometimes called a “laundry list” paper, i.e. a mere listing of similarities and differences that is not organized by a clear motive (or central argument) and does not develop a strong thesis. To avoid the “laundry list” comparative paper problem, keep a few things in mind:

    1. Key terms are an especially important consideration when dealing with more than one work. Remember that two different authors might use the same word in very different ways; the similarities and differences between their ideas has to be determined by not just what they say but by what they mean. During the writing process remain open to different definitions of your key terms. If you start with a dictionary definition and measure the texts against it you will probably end up with a laundry list—and a starchy one at that. Instead, try to tease out definitions from the poems themselves. (One way to do this is to consider what a concept is not for the various authors). Remember: you don’t have to define the words per se; you just need to talk about how they work in the poems you are discussing.
    2. When choosing a topic for a comparative paper, it is especially important to keep in mind the question of motive. If two peoms are totally different, there is probably little point in discussing them together; if, on the other hand, they are too similar, there may be little for you to say. The fact that there are similarities between two nineteenth-century poems about cursed ship captains will hardly be surprising, nor will the fact that there are differences between an ancient epic and a Romantic lyric. The essential thing is to develop a comparative analysis that will shed new light on one or both of the poems. A good question to ask your self is whether or not the comparison offers some insight into the poems which might not be reached if they were considered in isolation.

    The comparative paper is a classic college assignment and it is often given little direction or structure by those who assign it, so it is well worth your time to be able to provide these for yourself. The “comparative paper” is more of a family of assignment types than a single, clearly defined one. Consider some of the ways in which a pair of poems (texts) might be related to one another in your paper:

    1. Text A reveals some blindness, weakness or inadequacy in text B.
    2. Texts A and B both seem to be inadequate in some way or partial in their treatment of a topic. Discussing what their common mistaken assumptions are, for example, allows you to formulate more clearly and forcefully you own opinion on a subject.
    3. You develop some sort of compromise between text A and text B. Each, you argue, has something valuable to offer, and you propose a synthesis of the two.
    4. Text A provides some sort of valuable context (historical, intellectual and/or theoretical) that allows for a greater understanding of text B and your paper shows the reader how and why this is so.
    5. Text A and B deal with similar themes but use them in different ways and use them to say different things, and these differences allow us to understand something about their authors, their historical context, the history of their reception, and the like. Note that the fact of their providing such understanding is not itself a thesis—that is to be found in the particulars.
    6. Text A and text B seem very different, but through your comparison of them with each other or with some third text you demonstrate that they address similar concerns, propose similar arguments, or imply similar values. The warning for 5 applies here as well.

    There are of course many other permutations that you will encounter and invent. Always remember that you must remain sensitive to the ways in which the texts with which you are dealing are shaped by history and genre. It might be possible to do a comparison of an epic poem and a newspaper article, or of a court decision and a symphony, but you must fairly consider each texts own functions, claims, and ways of meaning. (Paper types 1 and 2 above, for example, will generally be relevant only to texts that deliberately make claims). This is important not only because of the issue of being fair to your sources, but also because it speaks directly to the question of motive. Why compare the two texts at all? What would be the point of bringing, say, a novel and a book of political philosophy into dialogue with one another? You may have very good answers to these questions, but the more clearly you formulate these answers for both yourself and your reader, the stronger a foundation you will have for bringing your texts together.

    Structuring a comparative paper: In the handout “Writing a compare/contrast essay” there is guidance on structure.

    Possible Basis of Comparison: Here are some general methods of comparison.

    • Compare theme(s)
    • Compare depictions of the speaker
    • Compare uses of figurative language
    • Compare uses of imagery
    • Compare uses of symbols
    • Compare abstract subjects (ex. Love, death, religion, etc)

    Secondary Sources: In addition to the primary source (the poems), you will be required to conduct research and use Download at least 2 secondary sources.The secondary sources must be scholarly (peer-reviewed). Use the Download Libraryto find your secondary, scholarly sources.

    Format: This is a formal essay, so use Times New Roman, 12 point font; MLA documentation, with in-text citations and a Works Cited page. The criteria for evaluation is the same as your first essay (handout – “”)

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    Writing Question

    You essay must be an argumentative essay of between 675 and 825 words, on one of the topics listed below.

    A draft is required before 11:00pm 11-02-2021 PT.

    The final version needs to be done by 11:00pm 11-04-2021 PT.

    APA 7th edition.

    A zipped folder with all sources is attached.


    Topics

    A. Corporate Culture

    IBM had a powerful corporate culture (and it still does). We discussed this culture in the lectures, and it plays an important role in the story of IBM Customer Engineer William Murrell. In your essay, use the approved sources to assess IBM’s corporate culture. When you assess something, you evaluate it, or judge its quality: is it good or bad? Is it a mix of both? Why?

    B. “ENIAC Girls” and William Murrell

    Both the “ENIAC Girls,” as women, and William Murrell, as a Black man in the United States, encountered systematic barriers to their inclusion in computing and the history of computing. In your essay, use the approved sources to compare the experiences of the “ENIAC Girls” and William Murrell. Your thesis should argue that they are importantly similar (or different), including the reason for the differences.

    C. The Role of Government

    Was the government the most important factor in the history of computing we discussed so far in this course? In your essay, use the approved sources to agree, disagree, or specify how the right answer is a mix of both.

    D. War and Computing

    Warfare and computing were (and are) closely related. In your essay, use the approved sources to assess the interaction of war and computing. When you assess something, you evaluate it, or judge its quality. Questions you may consider include: were the impacts more in one direction than the other (impact of computing on war vs. impact of war on computing)? You may consider the relations among society, gender, finances and technology.

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    Writing Question

    Organizational Assessment

    The organizational assessment is an opportunity for you to examine leadership theories and concepts in a Non-Profit practice. For this assessment, select a non-profit organization and conduct an assessment of its leadership and sustainability.

    A nonprofit or government agency is required. For profit-organizations or businesses will not be accepted.

    This rubric will be used to evaluate your assessment project. Review it carefully to be sure you have addressed all parts of the assignment.

    Please note: You must incorporate the 3 assigned articles listed below into your paper. Citing them in a single sentence is not sufficient. The expectation is that you will analyze your organization within the context of these readings throughout the paper:

    Carnochan, S., Samples, M., Myers, M., & Austin, M. J. (2014). Performance measurement challenges in nonprofit human service organizations. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 43(6), 1014–1032.

    Mor Barak, M.E., Lizano, E.L., Ahraemi K., Duan, L., Rhee, M.K., Hsiao, H.Y., & Brimhall, K.C. (2016). The promise of diversity management for climate of inclusion: A state-of-the-art review and metaanalysis. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 40, 305-333.

    Kim, M. (2017). The relationship of nonprofits’ financial health to program outcomes: Empirical evidence from nonprofit arts organizations.Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly,46(3) 525–548.

    Introduction (10pts): Briefly discuss the organization’s history and include the mission statement, target population, services provided, annual budget, organizational/leadership/staff structure and board composition (i.e. number of board numbers, structure, term limits, etc.)

    Thinking Critically about Leadership in Practice (20pts): Describe the dominant leadership model/theoretical framework used in the agency. If there is more than one, be sure to discuss how they complement (or not!) each other. Even if it/they are not explicitly stated, use evidence from your observations, conversations with the leadership team, etc. to draw your conclusions. a. Provide evidence from the literature that provides the rationale for the leadership model/framework used with the organization’s structure and/or target population.

    b. Discuss the strengths and limitations of the leadership model/framework.

    c. Cite at least two examples (1 strength, 1 limitation) from the organization that reflects these strengths and limitations in practice. Be specific in your description – in other words, describe it for an audience that is not familiar with the culture or structure of the organization.

    Inclusiveness, Power, and Privilege (15pts)

    a. Discuss how differential power and privilege influence leadership and management in the organization.

    b. Specifically discuss the inclusiveness of the organization’s policies and programs relevant to clients, staff, and leadership. Include in your discussion the strategies the organization has used or uses to promote inclusion, equity, and access

    Promoting Sustainable Practice (15pts): Consider factors that promote the long-term sustainability of the organization, its staff, services, and constituent support. Include in your assessment the following:

    a. What are perceptions of this organization in the community (respected, controversial, unknown, etc.)?

    b. How does the organization differentiate itself from other organizations that work with the target population?

    c. What might be some collaborative or partnership opportunities that have not been explored? How does the organization minimize the strain on professional resources (attention to staff turnover/burnout, continued education/training, recognition programs, and appropriate environmental conditions)?

    Organizational Assessment (20pts): Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the organization in terms of its programs/services, staff structure, funding strategy, and community presence.

    a. Identify at least three recommendations on how the organization can improve in areas such as diversifying its approach to serving clients, resource allocation, hiring/ training staff, funding sources, inclusion, cultural responsiveness, or collaboration with other organizations and constituents in the community. You must cite specific empirical research as part of your rationale for your suggestions or you will not receive full credit.

    Integration of Required Readings (10pts)

    a. Incorporates the required readings into the rationale for the conclusions you have made based on your observations and research into the organization.

    Overall Writing (10pts): This includes organization, grammar, and APA formatting. You can have the best content but if multiple writing issues are present, points will be deducted.

    Note: It would be very helpful if you choose a non-profit agency that you personally know or are familiar with as the professor stated pulling information from the agency’s website will be noticeable and make the paper weak. Also many organizations recent annual budget can be found online.

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    Writing Question

    Required text: Must have book for this assignment

    *Adams, K., & Galanes, G. J. (2017).Communicating in groups:applications and skills (10th ed.) Boston, MA:McGraw-Hill.create: Wirig, Kimberlee

    For this assignment you will choose one group you are currently or have been involved with outside of class. Your task is to analyze your group. You may change the names of other group members but remember to clearly identify the group and its type.

    In your analysis, explicitly identify at least three specific concepts from the textbook and/or class discussions. Each concept must be clearly defined. Each concept must also be accompanied by a minimum of three specific examples from your group interactions and your hypothesis of how and why the concepts were apparent. You must show a clear understanding of how each concept works and is exhibited within the group. Clearly show how your examples fit the concept definition.

    This is assignment to be completed individually; it is not a group project.

    Format: This paper must be in essay format, complete with a well thought out and organized introduction, body and conclusion. Use correct English syntax, including punctuation. This means you will need to carefully proof-read for spelling and/or grammatical errors. Do not rely solely on your computer’s spell-check function.

    This assignment is worth 100 points. Your analysis must be typed; double-spaced with margins of no more than 1 inch; stapled in the upper left-hand corner; a cover page with your name on it; 12-point Times New Roman font;. The length of your paper should be between 900 – 1200 words long.

    (No correctly used staple = -5pts) (No cover page = -5pts).

    Papers that are not typed will not be accepted. Late and/or e-mail assignments will not be accepted.

    Rubric:

    Format (introduction/body/conclusion/paragraphs, grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc) 10 points

    -Properly defining concepts within the body of the paper (10 points each) 30 points

    -Three (3) specific examples of each concept with clear explanations of how

    and why examples fit concept definitions (5 points each) 45 points

    -Clear identification and analysis of group 15 points

    = 100 points

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    Writing Question

    Dear All ~

    First of all, let’s think of the research paper as three little essays each connected by a TS (transitional sentence). For example, a TS could read, “The next topic of discussion is Point of View.”
    Second, let’s visualize the paper and how to put it together. Here’s what to do:

    1. Introductory Paragraph. Mention the title of the novel, the author, and a 4-5 line summary of the story. End the paragraph by stating in one sentence that you will be discussing plot, characterization, and theme in this research paper.
    2. PLOT.
      1) Look below at “How To Write an Essay on Plot.” Print it or save it separately. Since you have already written a paper on plot, you should be familiar with it. Here are some points to remember:
      a) You must follow the outline exactly and mention each part, like exposition, dramatic conflicts, crisis, climax, epiphany, and resolution and give an example of each.
      b) Remember the exposition means you need to describe briefly what is happening at the very beginning of the novel.
      c) Dramatic conflicts – name three important events that happen before the crisis. You must describe each event in just a few sentences.
      d) Follow the outline! That means you MUST SUBMIT AN OUTLINE. Key words only! Do not create an essay!! This outline must contain the Roman numerals and a,b,c’s showing the points you will discuss and examples. You will get a deduction of 50% of this part if you submit an essay instead of an outline. Here is the complete PLOT Outline:

    How To Write An Essay On Plot

    This outline is here so that you won’t go on the Internet and try to copy someone’s plot essay. These are highly specific elements that must be in this essay and you have the keys to those right here. To make a really good plot essay, just follow the outline and copy the words exactly, filling in the blanks! Each Roman numeral stands for a separate paragraph. When you submit your essay, make sure you have deleted the Roman numerals and a,b,c’s and made all the sentences fit one after another in a cohesive paragraph. Let’s try!

    I . Thesis Statement. (Example): Plot is a series of events in a story. Plot in the novel____________ is well –developed. A plot must be chronological or non-chronological. Chronological means the events happened in order of their occurrence. Non-Chronological means that there were regressions into the past from time to time or for the entire story. This novel is

    1. chronological (one line explanation)

    (or) 2. non-chronological. It contained

    • a single flashback – one line explanation
    • multiple flashbacks -one line explanation of each flashback
    • frame story. This is where the narrator tells a story that happened in the past without coming back to the present until the end of the story or not at all. (one line explanation)

    II. The Rate of Revelation (or Pace) was

    (A) Fast (one-line explanation)

    (B) Slow. Details clogged the action and the reader kept waiting for the action to continue. (ie…).

    III Plot has several elements that make a story complete. In this novel, __________________________, all of the elements of plot are present.

    1. Exposition is the information the reader receives when the story opens. It is only the information that is going on at the very beginning, including what is happening, the setting, and the characters involved only at the beginning. The exposition in this story included………
    2. Dramatic Conflicts. These include all of the events that happen up to the crisis. Examples include:
      • one line sentence
      • one line sentence
      • one line sentence (and so on)
    3. Crisis – This is the turning point, the separation of what has gone on before and what will come after. Usually a decision or action undertaken in an effort to resolve the conflict. The crisis in this story was …….
    4. Epiphany – An enlightment, a discovery of something by a main character. This could happen anywhere in the story, but usually comes right before the climax. The epiphany in this story was when ………………………………
    5. Climax – The highest point of the action. The tension and conflicts are brought to a final outcome. (one line sentence explanation)
    6. Resolution or Denouement – This is the tying up of loose ends. It is the result of the climax. (one or two lines explaining what happened as a result of the climax)

    .

    IV – PLOT also contains an analysis from the reader.

    A) Weakness in the plot can come from

    • not enough detail (explanation)
    • too much detail that interfered with the action (explanation)
    • B) Strengths in the plot come from
    • fully explained events (explanation) or
    • believable events (explanation)
    • C) Plot in the novel _______________________ is very (impressive, strong, weak) and can be a viable part of English literature today for all students to study and enjoy.

    (Now you should be able to make your four paragraph essay including all the elements listed above).

    To determine all the elements, start at the bottom and work backwards.

    – RESOLUTION: Ask yourself “What happened at the very end of the story? On a separate Word doc, just write the resolution in as few words as possible.

    CLIMAX: Ask yourself: “How did the resolution occur? (For example, if you use “A Rose for Emily,” ask yourself, what did the two cousins from Alabama find that gave them the resolution? That is the climax!

    CRISIS: If using “A Rose for Emily,” Ask yourself: “Why were the two cousins from Alabama there in the first place?” ). THAT is the crisis!

    DRAMATIC CONFLICTS: Ask yourself: What specific events happened before the crisis. Write each event in a separate sentence, but all in the same paragraph.

    EXPOSITION: Where is the reader at the very beginning of the story? What characters are there just at the very beginning? What are they doing? That is the exposition.

    Now that you’ve answered all the questions, copy your notes about the ‘Exposition” and start writing your essay!

    1. e) End with this last sentence as the last sentence in your last paragraph on plot: “Not only is plot important, but so is characterization.” (Do not make it a separate sentence away from the paragraph).
    • Point of View. Look down and you’ll see the “How To Write an Essay on “Point of View.” Print it or save it separately. Now here are some points to remember:
      a) You must concentrate solely on the point of view of the main character. Only ONE character – the round one.
      b) Follow the outline from here!
    • HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY ON “POINT OF VIEW”

      The novel,_________________________ written by ___________________, is written from the point of view of (choose one): (an omniscient observer) or (the character named ____________. There are three experiences which demonstrate this viewpoint.

      1. In the first experience, ____________ is at the ____________……..He sees the event through his eyes and thinks that ………………….. In fact, the lines in the story illustrate this when he says “…… (page.___).
      2. In the second experience, _______________ is (doing what?) _______________.Through his eyes, he thinks that ……………. Indeed, we see this exact thought in the lines of the story when he states, “ ________(page.____).
      3. In the third experience, we see _________ at the ____________________.Through his eyes, he thinks that…………………… These thoughts are illustrated in the lines from the story where he states, “_______(page.__).

      5. If the novel ____________________________ had been told through the eyes of _____________, it would have been much different. 6. In the same first experience, ______________ would see this as…………. 7. In the second experience, ______________ would probably have………… 8.In the third experience, ________________would probably …………………… 9. (Your opinion. Answer these questions: ” Was __________’s point of view sufficient to understand the novel? Were all three experiences strong evidence of __________’s personality and his weaknesses and strengths? Sum it up.(Note: Above statements. Just fill in the blanks and add experiences. You don’t have to use the exact same words!)

    1. d) End with this last sentence as the last sentence in your last paragraph: “Not only is Point of View important, but so is theme.” (Do not make it a separate sentence away from the paragraph).

    3. THEME

    1. Define theme.
      There is not an outline for either one, but you need to define the term and then give at least two examples
    2. CRITICISMS. Finally, you need to add three paragraphs copying and pasting the three criticisms that you found earlier in the semester. Remember, you will copy and paste criticisms only on plot, characterization of the main character, and theme. Each criticism should be a separate paragraph and cited, like (author, page).
    3. YOUR OPINION. At the end of this section, you add one more paragraph. Add YOUR opinion of what you thought of the entire novel, focusing on plot, characterization of the main character, and theme.

    That’s it! Oh, you just asked, “How long is the paper?” My answer – “Until you finish! Basically, you’ll probably have 15 paragraphs. That’s all. Just the 5 paragraphs for Plot, about 3-4 paragraphs for Point of View, 1 paragraph for theme, 3 paragraphs for criticisms and 1 paragraph for your final comments!

    REMEMBER THIS IS JUST AN OUTLINE, NOT AN ESSAY. WRITE IN KEYWORDS, NOT COMPLETE SENTENCES. You will get only 50% of your grade on this section if you send in a full essay.
    If you have any other questions, please feel free to e-mail me! KJ

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    Writing Question

    Assignment Instructions

    Below, you will find three sets of questions about Academic Writing, Public Writing, and our Course Theme. Your task is to write a response for each set of questions, for a total of three (3) written responses. For each set of questions, please:

    Type a half or full-page, double-spaced response that:

    is focused,

    is well-organized,

    offers compelling details and examples,

    illustrates relevance and significance to your own experiences.

    Your final product should be between one and a half (1.5) to three (3) pages of double-spaced text, all saved in one document. After you have finished composing, carefully edit and proofread your work. Then, submit your work to Carmen. (Directions for submitting your work can be found below.)

    Please save a copy of this writing. You may be asked to review it at the end of the semester.

    Getting started

    Before you start writing, take the time to read all three sets of questions. You do not have to respond to every single question in each set. You may find one or two questions particularly interesting, and you could focus specifically on those. You could also look at the questions under each heading collectively, considering their overall theme, to help you generate a response. You may find it helpful to do some brainstorming on paper before you begin writing. In the end, you need to generate three separate responses, one for each set of questions.

    Academic writing.

    What kinds of writing did you do in school before you came to college? What were the goals of this writing? What subjects did you write about? How did reading and research play a role in this writing? What kinds of standards and expectations were presented to you about this writing from your teacher? Were you required to follow certain rules and conventions? What was valued when your teacher graded your writing? Was this writing difficult for you? Was it time consuming? Do you think this writing prepared you for the writing you’ll need to produce in college?

    Public writing.

    Let’s now consider writing that is produced for a public audience. As a reader, do you follow a particular writer? Do you gravitate toward a certain kind or style of writing? Why do you find this writing compelling? How is this kind of writing different from what you read for school? Have you ever written for a public audience? Who was your primary audience, and where did your writing appear? Was that writing part of a school assignment or activity, or did you write on your own or as part of a community project? How did that writing differ from the academic writing you were asked to do in school? Has anyone ever responded to anything you have written in public? Have you ever written a blog or created a website? Have you ever responded to a blog or posted to a website? What other kinds of social networking media do you use, and for what purpose? Have you ever created a piece of visual or audio composition, like a video, or a comic, a podcast, or a radio show? If you haven’t written for a public audience, how do you think it would be different from the writing you do in school? Do you find the idea of writing for a public audience exciting? Or intimidating?

    [Course topic—instructor generated].

    What do you already know about {course topic}? What are your initial thoughts about {course topic}? Considering your initial impressions about {course topic}, what do you think you will find interesting? How do you think you might be able to connect {course topic} to your own interests and experiences?

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    Writing Question

    Locate and read 1 article on physical education and write a (single-spaced) 5-page paper (~2500 words). Your paper should provide clear evidence of your understanding of the literature and closely follow the rubric listed below.

    Choose a physical education article from one the following 2 journals – Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD) or Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators.

    uSE THE ARTICAL THAT’S ATTACHED TO THE QUESTION

    – Read all articles carefully!

    – Double check that your paper meets each of the following specifications in the scoring rubric. – Upload a pdf copy of each article to the write-ups!!!

    Scoring Objectives
    (1) Depth and specificity with your writing. All writing is thoughtful and detailed with evidence that the articles were read. Writing is in-depth and data is written about and analyzed. The writing should be clear and follow a logical writing pattern with correct grammar and punctuation. Provide examples from our class when necessary to help reader understand the key arguments made in your paper. Your paper should have a balance of ideas and/or data used in the article with thoughtful analysis from yourself based upon what you have read and reflected on.

    (2) Pay close attention to the formatting of your paper. Provide typed work: – Includes an explicit thesis statement (underline this statement).
    – Has body paragraphs and a concluding summary paragraph.
    – Upload a pdf copy of the article.

    – Is at least 5-pages single-spaced. With 1-inch margins and the article’s title at the top. – Has print quality that is clear and dark with Times New Roman font size 12.
    – Has S’s name and date on the top right hand side of the page.

    (3) Comprehension of the article and any data found in the literature. The key in writing this paper is to cover the key points and any data found in the article and then provide your interpretation of this information. You can use the following questions to help guide your writing; however, this paper is not about merely answering these questions.

    -What were the main ideas/concepts and or research findings covered? Please paraphrase the datum and reference page numbers from the article.
    – What conclusions or implications were found from the article?
    – How or in what way does the data/findings or conceptual writing inform or heighten your understanding of quality physical education?

    – How could the information in this article be used in a lesson or physical education class?

    _____ 40 points (100%) = Demonstrated exemplary work in meeting all 3 objectives
    _____ 34 points (85%) = Demonstrated an adequate understanding of all 3 objectives
    _____ 30 points (75%) = Demonstrated an adequate understanding of 2 or fewer of the objectives _____ 0 = Demonstrated inadequate understanding of the objectives or did not turn in the assignment

    High standards of academic integrity are expected. Plagiarism will not be tolerated and will be dealt with according to guidelines from CSUSM.

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    Writing Question

    TERM PAPER ASSIGNMENT:

    BASIC FORMAT:
    Your term paper should have a title that is consistent with the focus and content of the paper.
    The title should be on a cover page with your name identifying you as the author of the paper
    below the title.
    It is ok to add diagrams and/or photographs to the paper as long as these are specifically
    intended to support or illustrate the points of the paper, but otherwise there should not be any
    illustrations of kind in the paper.
    The paper must be submitted as a word file that is uploaded in Canvas and I will be grading it in
    its electronic format, so margins and line spacing are not all that critical. That said, using
    margins around an inch or so, along with APA double spacing, works well.

    TERM PAPER SUBMISSION AND DEADLINES:
    Your paper must be submitted by uploading it by the deadline listed in the syllabus. Any paper
    submitted after that deadline will lose 20 points (or 20% of the maximum grade) for each day
    that it is late. Thus, 5 days after the submission deadline, the paper will no longer be worth any
    points so at that time the paper submission window will be closed.

    ORIGINALITY:
    The paper must be your own original work and it must be written specifically for this class
    (this means no recycling of old papers written for other classes). The paper will be checked for
    originality using turnitin.com. Any citation omissions will affect your paper grade, but
    significantly plagiarized papers will receive a grade of zero, with no exceptions and with no dovers.

    LENGTH:
    While the length of your paper must of course depend on your chosen topic, your papers
    should be at least 2000 words exclusive of the title page, and references.

    SPELLING AND GRAMMAR:
    You should double check the grammar and the spelling of the paper before you submit it. Keep
    in mind that the quality of your writing (i.e., your phrasing, punctuation, grammar and spelling)
    is important.

    CITATIONS & CITATION STYLE:
    You must cite all your sources and you must cite these sources using APA.

    REFERENCES:
    The last section of your paper must be a list of double spaced references. Your references must
    correspond to your citations in the text of your paper and be in the APA format as you have
    done all term. Your reference list should not include any sources other than those that you cite
    in the text of your paper, but it must also include every item that you cite or discuss, including
    the course material. Your reference list should begin on a new page (i.e., put a page break in
    front of the reference list).

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    Writing Question

    Exploration of Rhetoric + Reflection in Real Life =

    “Essaying”“I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.” Oscar Wilde

    Upon retirement in 1571, Michel de Montaigne spent his time in the French countryside reading and writing, where he claimed to be merely “essaying” – which in French means trying – a kind of exploratory, unresolved thinking on the page. Montaigne suggested that in writing about himself, he was also “undertaking a study, the subject of which is man.” Essays traffic in ideas, asking questions, and explaining thinking in order to help the reader become equally enthralled. This paper is a true essay in the classical sense that the writer should discover, articulate and express personal insights as they intersect with and circle around a specific topic or experience. Writing consultant Katherine Bomer in her publication “The Journey is Everything” states “The kind of writing I am arguing for in this book: prose pieces that are personal, lyrical, literary, descriptive, reflective, narrative, expository, philosophical, political, spiritual…all of the above.” Your goal? To craft an essay that has room for everything – essays linger, arouse, question, travel, contradict, reveal and expose the mind.Successful essays will: Be personal. Narrate your own story/experience in first person, cultivate voice Set up the text, context and approach in a way that allows you to enter the conversation Use at least one class/college/life idea or moment as a “touchstone” – a foundation for your inquiry Explore the larger contextual elements (moment in history, geography, age, situation…) Possess a controlling idea, but also be creative, organic, logical – not formulaic Be honest and accurate – identify and name your ideas, places, moments, setting Possess a thoughtful, creative conclusion – good essay have striking beginnings and endings Include quoted credible sources (writers, current voices, critics, peer). Use an epigraph to creatively contextualize your contribution to the conversation (see Wilde quote)Audience: Your intended audience is up to you; it could be other RWS305W students (current or incoming), your professor or any demographic you envision would benefit from your content. Purpose: To grow through the act of writing, to pour yourself onto the page and write an essay you are proud of, to tell a story, make connections, push ideas and play with words in a way that is engaging – to essay. Length: 5-6 pages long, MLA format & works cited page minimum of three outside credible (2 must be peer-reviewed) and varied sourcesTimeline: Topic Conferences is required. You MUST meet with me prior to writing your paper (April 12-30, see sign-up sheet for specifics). Module 4 Essaying due May 7 before 11:59PMTopic:The field is wide open! The foundation for your topic could be one dynamic idea from a journal writing experience, one beautiful line from a reading, one random insight from lecture, or the intersection of all of these in a drunken conversation with your roommate. You must follow your own curiosity and thinking while essaying; search your journal entries for inspired moments or use ideas from your college journey to jumpstart your inquiry. Consider how your observations and experiences connect with your interests/field, challenge your values, or expand your understanding. You might go big (and reflect on your entire college experience) or go small (and analyze your growth in a mere 10

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    Writing Question

    1- (ch 2 – 5) Plan to proactively engage a mindful approach to behavior modification or life change (future wellness) as you move through this course. Using this chapter as inspiration, you will critically apply concepts learned to your own life, authentically reflecting on what you can do differently to be both more proactive and positive as you move forward. Utilize the following format

    What I Know Now Template:

    1. What concepts am I willing to take from this chapter to apply to my current life?
    2. What are the personal and interpersonal requirements necessary to affect the desired outcome?
    3. What steps will I take to set this new path into motion?

    (Example: As you enter your early adult years you recognize that diet and exercise can have a personal and lifelong impact. What would that impact be and how would you make it happen)After reading through the assigned chapter in the text, use the Critical Thinking Log Template below to reflect upon your thoughts, ideas, experiences, as well as what you have learned following the completion of the chapters/activities. Your submission must contain 350 to 500 words.

    2- Critical Thinking Log Template ch 5 350 words

    • The most important information/key concepts we need to understand from these chapters are?
    • How can I use the information in the chapters to help me with my daily mindfulness practice?
    • In what ways will the material learned in these chapters help me manage my stress more effectively?
    • What are your thoughts and feedback regarding the information and activities for each chapter

    3- ch 5 In writing your journal entries, there are many opportunities to include personal experiences about your daily living. The purpose of this assignment is for you to reflect on any mindful experience you have after reading the chapters for the week, listening to the CD or the meditation video, or any experience you have during the week where you felt you were mindful. For example:

    1. Acknowledge (describe the experience just as it is without internal or external filters).

    2. Intentional Attention (describe what each of your senses were experiencing during that moment).

    3. Accept Without Judgment (write about how you were or were not able to be present in that experience without judging or having expectations)

    4. Willingly Choose (write about how you responded to your experience; what you learned as a result of this experience and how this experience made you more aware for the future).

    5. Mindful Meditation Experience (Mindful Practice) write about your thoughts, feelings, and experiences you had during or after your meditation experience.

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    Writing Question


    I going to send the first draft and you edit on it after 2 days .

    The world of Sherlock Holmes and the world we live in now

    [are] big enough to take more than one interpretation.”

    Benedict Cumberbatch

    Literary Interpretation Essay

    Rough Draft for Peer Review in class (on time) Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021 (2 copies)

    Final Draft to Canvas by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 1, 2021

    A Literary Interpretation (approximately 1000 words) moves beyond reading comprehension to offer a theory about the meaning of a given story. You will use evidence from the story to support your theory. Interpretation of written material is a skill you will use over and over throughout your lifetime.

    Objectives:

    • To approach literature with an attitude of inquiry because stories can present more than one possible meaning.
    • To extract meaning from what you read as a practice of critical thinking.
    • To develop a unique, logical perspective and support that idea with evidence from the source story/text.
    • To communicate, in writing, a supported opinion on a particular story, so others can respond to that interpretation.

    Assignment:

    Develop and write a literary interpretation of one of the fairy tales presented in the textbook. (Note: You cannot choose the one used for your discussion lead.)

    Choose wisely. Think about a story that evoked a strong emotional reaction from you or a class discussion in which you were particularly engaged—now go back and figure out why.

    Your interpretation will offer an original idea or thesis (you came up with it based on your own reading, thoughts, and analysis) that is fully supported by evidence from the fairy tale. There is no need for any outside research. Do not read about the story or anyone else’s interpretation, as you may inadvertently take on someone else’s point of view. Remember that plagiarism is presenting the words or ideas of someone else as your own. Trust your own ideas—you are a student scholar.

    You can offer an interpretation of a whole story; for example offer up what the main idea is in Perrault’s Cinderella? Or, consider focusing on one element of a story; for example, you may argue why the birds in Cinderella are really her mother. Either way, you must pull details from the story to support your idea. Focus on your interpretation skills using a single source.

    The only source you are allowed is the actual story: your opinion, supported by evidence found in the story you are analyzing. Do not use any other outside sources—do not read other essays or interpretations. I am repeating this information on purpose.

    Rely on your abilities & our discussions. You have already done every part of an interpretation in our class discussions, but now you will give your own ideas shape, formality, and put them on paper.

    Aim for approximately 1000 words.

    Include:

    • Brief, specific summary of the story (maximum of two sentences). Assume your reader knows the story.
    • Clear, strong opinion (interpretation of what the story means).
    • Clear support (specific elements that support your main idea).
    • Correct incorporation of quoted material (inclusion, punctuation, & citation) Note: quoted material should be less than 20% of any essay—it’s there to support your ideas.
    • MLA or APA. (for this essay only, just use the page number of the source for your in-text citations. There’s only one source, so we’re good.)
    • Correct Works Cited (one source: the story, but include a full citation).

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    Writing Question

    Stage 4: System Recommendation and Final BA&SR Report

    Before you begin work on this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study and reviewed the feedback received on your Stage 1, 2 and 3 assignments.

    Overview

    As the business analyst in the CIO’s department of Maryland Technology Consulting (MTC), your next task in working towards an IT solution to improve the hiring process at MTC is to write a justification and implementation plan for a system that the CIO has decided will meet MTC’s needs. The system, EZ-ATS, is described in the vendor brochure provided with this assignment. The vendor, UMUC Hiring Solutions, Inc., and EZ-ATS are fictitious names created for use with this case study but based on real-world SaaS application information. In this Stage 4 assignment, you will explain how the selected system meets MTC’s requirements, and what needs to be done to implement the system within MTC. You will combine Stages 1-4 to provide a complete final BA&SR Report.

    Assignment – BA&SR Section IV. System Recommendation and Summary & Conclusion

    The first step is to review any feedback from previous stages to help improve the effectiveness of your overall report and then add the new section to your report.In addition to the Stage 4 content, part of the grading criteria for this final stage includes evaluating if the document is a very effective and cohesive assemblage of the four sections, is well formatted and flows smoothly from one section to the next

    Section IV of the Business Analysis and System Recommendation Report will explain how the selected systemhelps MTC achieve its strategy, improve its hiring process, and meet its system requirements, and you will explain how each implementation area might be addressed to help ensure a successful implementation of the technology solution.

    Using the case study, assignment instructions, vendor brochure, Course readings (in particular, Implementing a SaaS Solution and Developing a System Proposal) and external research, develop your Section IV. System Recommendation. Approximate lengths for each section are provided as a guideline; be sure to provide all pertinent information.

    As you review the case study, use the assignment instructions to take notes to assist in your analysis; in addition, review information provided in earlier stages of this report to identify where the proposed solution can address the needs and requirements.

    Use the outline format and headings provided and follow all formatting instructions below.

    IV.System Recommendation

    A. System Justification

    Provided with the Stage 4 Assignment Instructions is a brochure that describes an IT solution that the CIO has selected, with the HR Director’s endorsement, to meet the needs of improving MTC’s hiring process. In Stage 1, you analyzed the strategy and objectives for MTC and how a technology solution to improve the hiring process would contribute. In Stage 2, you analyzed how to improve the hiring process with a technology solution, and in Stage 3 you identified specific requirements. After reviewing the EZ-ATS Brochure, briefly describe the recommended solution. Then, describe how that selected solution aligns with achieving the strategy, improves the process, and meets the requirements. Write two to three clear, concise, well-organized paragraphs to summarize this assessment. Don’t just repeat information from previous stages but synthesize this information and provide strong information and justification to explain why this proposed solution is a good fit for MTC. Don’t describe details of the functionality but address overall how this solution will address the current issues with the manual hiring process and benefit MTC. Remember you are writing a report to your boss, the CIO of MTC, that he can use to convince the leadership team why this is the best solution based on your analysis.

    B. Implementation Areas

    To successfully implement this technology solution, MTC will need to develop an Implementation Plan and below is a list of key implementation areas that should be included. First, provide a brief introduction to this section – what it contains and why an Implementation Plan is so important for MTC. Then address each of the seven (7) areas below to explain what MTC needs to do (with support by the vendor). Provide the numbered heading and then write one to two paragraphs to address the area. The sub-areas (a,b,c, etc.) contain questions and areas to help guide your thinking about what should be covered and should be incorporated within your response to the major category. For an explanation of the implementation areas, refer to the Week 7 Reading “Implementing a SaaS Solution” as well as conduct additional external research. The vendor brochureprovides information for some of these areas, but you need to include what MTC must do as well. Remember you are writing this section to help MTC plan for a successful implementation. It is not sufficient to just indicate “Vendor provides or “employees need to be trained.” In addition to incorporating course content, external research on implementation areas will strengthen your understanding and explanation. The goal for this section is to help MTC know what needs to happen in each area and who might be responsible for given activities to help support a successful implementation of EZ-ATS.

    1. Vendor agreement (MTC must enter into a contractual agreement with the vendor before full implementation. This identifies responsibilities as well as costs.) Incorporate answers to the following questions in your paragraph – do not include the questions themselves.

    a. What does the vendor require from MTC to be able to start using the system?

    b. How much will it cost to get access to and configure the system for MTC’s use?

    c. How much will it cost per month to support 60 system users?

    d. What option is offered for MTC to just try out the system to see how it works?

    2. Hardware and telecommunications (Although this is a SaaS solution, MTC must ensure that its ITinfrastructure can support the use of the system and that its employees can correctly access the system.) Include the following:

    a. List the types of hardware MTC employees can use to access the system.

    b. Identify what kind of telecommunications will be used for the solution, including local connectivity inside MTC and Internet access from outside MTC.

    c. List any other considerations related to ensuring employees can access the applicant tracking system.

    3. Configuration (Even SaaS solutions require a degree of configuration for each client. What needs to be done to implement the MTC job requisitions, workflow, reports, terminology and/or logo/graphics?)(Include the answers to the questions below, but not the questions themselves.)

    a. What options does the vendor offer for configuring the off-the-shelf system to MTC’s needs?

    b. How will the configuration be done and by whom?

    4. Testing

    a. Once MTC has signed up and configured the system, how will it test the system to see if it is working properly for its needs? Describe how MTC will conduct User Acceptance Testing. (This would be a good area for you to research.)

    b. Choose one of the user requirements (listed in Section III of your BA&SR Report) and explain how that requirement will be specifically tested to ensure it is working properly and the requirement is met.

    (Note: A free trial period does not suffice as software testing)

    5. Employee preparation and support – Identify what MTC should do in each area below to prepare the employees (including the hiring managers in the various departments) for the introduction and use of the new applicant tracking system. Identify who (by their title or role) should do what in each area.(Incorporate information from Course readings on Leadership and Change Management.)

    a. Leadership (2-3 sentences)

    b. Change Management (2-3 sentences)

    c. Training (2-3 sentences)

    d. User Support (2-3 sentences)

    6. Data Migration – Consider what existing data(applications in process with the manual process)would need to be entered into the system to get started and how this might be accomplished.

    7. Maintenance – How will updates and enhancements to the EZ-ATS system be made? What will the vendor be responsible for and what should MTCaddress?

    Summary and Conclusion: Close your Business Analysis and System Recommendation Report with a summary of the key points including the benefits MTC can expect to gain from this solution and the alignment with strategic objectives. (One well-written paragraph). Don’t just repeat information presented earlier but put it in context of a conclusion to provide a strong finish to this report. Just as your introduction informed your reader about why you’re writing and what’s to come, the conclusion should provide a clear and concise final paragraph to reinforce/emphasize key points and a compelling argument for the chosen solution – and it should urge the reader to take action.

    Formatting Your Assignment

    NOTE:This final submission should be a cohesive Business Analysis and Systems Recommendation Report for the CIO of Maryland Technology Consulting. The formatting should be consistent throughout the document, and the writing should flow well from beginning to end. Headings, section and page numbering should be correct for a final submission. Although you prepared this in stages, the final product should not seem to be piecemeal or disconnected.Any track changes or feedback from previous versions should be removed once addressed.

    Consider your audience – you are writing in the role of a MTCbusiness analyst and your audience is MTC and your boss, the CIO. Don’t discuss MTC as if the reader has no knowledge of the organization. Use third person consistently throughout the report.In third person, the writer avoids the pronouns I, we, my, and ours. The third person is used to make the writing more objective by taking the individual, the “self,” out of the writing. This method is very helpful for effective business writing, a form in which facts, not opinion, drive the tone of the text. Writing in the third person allows the writer to come across as unbiased and thus more informed.

    • In Stage 4, you are preparing the final part of a 4-stage report. Use the structure, headings, and outline format provided here for your report. Use the numbering/lettering in the assignment instructions as shown below.

    IV.System Recommendation

    A. System Justification

    B. Implementation Areas

    1. Vendor Agreement

    2. Hardware and telecommunications

    3. Configuration

    4. Testing

    5. Employee preparation and support

    6. Data migration

    7. Maintenance

    Summary and Conclusion

    • Begin with Sections I, II and III, considering any feedback received, and add Section IV to your final report.

    • Write a complete, well organized paper that includes the four sections of the Business Analysis and System Recommendations (BA&SR) report. Use the recommendations provided in each area for length of response. It’s important to value quality over quantity. Length for Section IV should not exceed five (5) pages in addition to Sections I, II and III.

    • Content areas should be double spaced; table entries should be single-spaced.

    • Ensure that each of the tables in the final report is preceded by an introductory sentence that explains what is contained in the table, so the reader understands why the table has been included.

    • Continue to use the title page created in Stage 1 that includes: The title of report, company name, your name, Course and Section Number, and date of this submission.

    For Section IV, use at least three resources with APA formatted citation and reference. One reference must be from an external source, one must be the EZ-ATS Brochure, and one must be another reference from the IFSM 300 course content. Course content should be from the class reading content, not the assignment instructions or case study itself. For information on APA format, refer to Content>Course Resources>Writing Resources.

    • Finalize the Reference Page for resources required for all sections of the report. The final document should contain all references from all stages appropriately formatted and alphabetized.

    • Running headers are not required for this report.

    • Compare your work to the Grading Rubric below to be sure you have met content and quality criteria.

    • Submit your paper as a Word document, or a document that can be read in Word. Keep tables in Word format – do not paste in graphics.

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    Writing Question

    By Weds 5/12: Post an Outline for Paper 4 & React to two peers by Thurs 5/13

    No unread replies.No replies.

    (1) DUE DATES: Post Part 1 (outline–100 points) by Weds 5/12 midnight and post Part 2 (two peer responses–100 points) by Thurs 5/13 midnight
    (2) OBJECTIVE: To create a clear, thoughtful, and effective plan for structuring Paper 4.
    (3) READ FIRST: In Rhetoric, Chapter 4: Outlining (Links to an external site.) (pages 125-137) and review what a formal academic outline should look like (Links to an external site.).

    (4) ASSIGNMENT IN TWO PARTS:
    PART 1 by 5/12:
    After looking carefully at the advice and example in the Rhetoric on Outlining, post your own formal outline directly into the forum (not as an attachment). See the Paper Topics (Links to an external site.) for essay guidelines and writing assignment and see an example of what a formal outline should look like below:

    outline.JPG

    PART 2 by 5/13:
    Choose two (2) of your peers’ outlines to post feedback on (you can choose outlines on plays different from the one you wrote on). Look at the examples and then complete an “Outline Peer Response (Links to an external site.)” form for each classmate. You are graded on the thoroughness of your feedback. The more detailed you are, the more you help your classmate to build a strong paper.

    See also the sample student paper modeling how to write literary analysis of a novel (in Rhetoric): http://accounts.smccd.edu/skyenglish/6Modelfictionnovel.pdf (Links to an external site.)

    Also, be sure to integrate outside research into your outline as this is a research paper and must include a minimum of at least TWO outside sources. A note on choosing and integrating outside research:
    An important persuasive tool is effectively selecting and integrating outside support to strengthen your own position and argument. This is the function of research. The idea of research is NOT to find information and ideas from “experts” to replace your own ideas. In your writing, you are the authority and central voice, so keep your argument as primary in the paper. You will use outside research to further support, clarify, or in some cases provide alternative viewpoints to show the weaknesses of a different position in order to reaffirm/strengthen your own argument (this is providing counter-argument). Think of the research you will select and integrate as evidence that will help YOU to strengthen YOUR argument, not to replace it with someone else’s ideas. Never let research “take over” your paper. Make your research work for you to further prove the argument that you want to make about the reading.

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    Writing Question

    Assignment Title: Assessment Findings

    Watch: “Family Interview” https://d3qlakwpo3n83o.cloudfront.net/content/publ…

    **Create a fake family (Can be as many family members as you want, EX: mom, dad, son, daughter etc.)**

    Clinical Activity “Family Assessment”:

    Provide a brief overview of the family members.

    Complete a Genogram and Ecomap.

    Explain the key points of therapeutic conversation.

    Formulate key questions for additional information.

    Ensure your assessment addresses:

    • Identifying data
    • Developmental stage and history of family
    • Environmental data
    • Family structure
    • Family functions
    • Family stress and coping
    • Family composition

    Clinical Activity “Community Assessment”:

    Examine your selected family’s community.

    Review the windshield survey guidelines.

    Review Table 6-1 (p. 267) of Community/Public Health Nursing, Healthy People 2020, and the Community Tool Box for information about completing a windshield survey.

    Observe your selected family’s community by driving around the area. Consider aspects of the community that could affect residents’ health and any Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators that may be applicable to the community.

    Complete a windshield survey that addresses the following components:

    • Boundaries
    • Housing and zoning
    • Open space
    • Commons
    • Transportation
    • Social service centers
    • Stores, businesses, and industries
    • Street people and animals
    • Condition of the area
    • Race, culture, and ethnicity
    • Religion
    • Health indicators and morbidity
    • Politics
    • Media
    • Signs of decay
    • Crime rate
    • Employment rate
    • Schools
    • Environmental factors
    • Public services (fire, police)

    1. Review and compile the data from your community and family assessments.

    2. Ensure you have included an explanation of the Leading Health Indicator (LHI) that apply to your family’s community.

    3. Format your Genogram and Ecomap as a mind map or other visual representation.

    Format your family and community assessment data as one of the following:

    • Table
    • Chart
    • Matrix/spreadsheet
    • Legal-sized infographic
    • 525- to 700-word summary
    • 10- to 15-slide presentation

    Select one theory relevant to family/community health and one non-nursing theory that will help the family adjust their behavior.

    • Summarize the key points of each.
    • Explain the specific application to family/community health or patient behavior.
    • Address the strengths and limitations of each.
    • Explain how the theory integrates the nursing process and is applicable at each level of prevention.

    Format your theory assignment as one of the following:

    • 7- to 10-slide presentation
    • 350- to 525-word paper

    Include at least one peer-reviewed and one evidence-based reference and an APA 7th Edition-formatted reference page.

    (This assignment is really confusing so I will attach the Grading Rubric. Use it as a guide, hopefully this helps!!!)

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    Writing Question

    Paper must be 4 pages, 12 pt times new roman font, 1.5 spacing, and 1 inch margins. Please upload in .doc or .pdf format

    This paper will be an overall review of the role of agriculture in mythology. You will be graded on how well you indicate the influence of agriculture on the mythology of the culture you pick. While you do not have to completely rewrite the two previous papers, you need to have an introductory paragraph to the combined paper, a transition as you go from the Ag to the Myth of a region, and have a concluding paragraph, tying all together. At least 6 references need to be included for the final paper (3 from agriculture paper, 3 from mythology paper).


    agriculture paper

    africa culture

    Africa refers to harvesting the sun. About accounted for the world’s total land area of 20.2%, second to Asia, for the world’s second state. Africa is one of the birthplaces of ancient humans and civilizations in the world. The earliest written records can be found in 4000 BC. Egypt in northern Africa is one of the cradles of world civilization. For most people, Africa is a mysterious land that captures their imagination. It has dense tropical rain forests, the world’s widest desert Sahara and unique food culture. Africa is a beautiful place. It’s not as bleak as people think, it’s rich in diversity.

    The oldest humans on Earth appeared about 2 million years ago in Africa. Local agriculture appeared at least 6,000 years ago. But for a long time, little was known about the origins of crops in Africa. In fact, Africa is as important a centre of crop origin as anywhere else. A large number of crops were first domesticated in Africa, among which the most important worldwide crops include coffee, sorghum, pearl millet, oil palm, watermelon, cowpea, and talon millet, as well as many other crops of major importance to African people, including African rice, yam, and gourd. But unlike the Near East, where the vast majority of crops that originated in Africa had a narrow range of distribution (due to tribal and cultural distribution rather than ecological adaptation), there was no obvious center for plant domestication, and domestication was widespread from south to north and east to west. “And over more time, people and plants shifted southward, with cultivated plants intermittently interbreeding with wild plants. The mingling slowed full domestication but added genetic variation to the millet”(PennisiMay). In fact, Africa was not the first to develop agriculture.

    Here is the question, Africa was the first home of mankind. Why wasn’t agriculture the first? Africa gave birth not only to humans, but also to animals. Africa is a paradise for animals. “Humans evolved in Africa, alongside the many other animals there. That meant that for millions of years, these animals had evolved to cope with Homo habilis, Homo erectus, the Neanderthals, Homo sapiens, and many others in their environment”(Khan Academy). Before humans could develop agriculture, they had to domesticate animals. But domesticating animals is a challenge and a long process. Domestication is one of the key steps in agriculture. Another reason is Africa is a beautiful and diverse continent, but it also has a harsh environment. Africa’s land is not suitable for farming and is vulnerable to climate and natural disasters. The early results of farming usually not really expected, the crops are less nutrition, less productive and greater vulnerability.

    Two main tools for farmers to farm are the hoe and the sickle. Hoe used to mold, turn, and make soil suitable for planting, and sickle is a tool made of stone or wood for planting. At that time there was no machinery, and the sickle was an important tool for them.It is used to cut grass, weeds, and harvest crops when they are fully mature. Sickles are popular tools because they make the harvesting process faster. Even today, people still like to use the sickle. What’s more, hand plows also an important tool but not commonly used. “Although there is evidence to suggest that some farmers used oxen, donkeys, or horses to aid with the plowing process, most farmers would have relied on their own strength” (CoolaBoo).

    Nowadays, Africa’s agricultural trade experienced an increase and then a decline. According to the statistics of United Nations Comtrade, the trade volume of African agricultural products increased from US $76.81 billion in 2007 to US $14.53 billion in 2011, with an average annual growth rate of 16.3%. Since then, it has decreased year by year, and in 2016, it was only $94.0.0 billion, almost back to the level of 2008, with an average annual decrease of 7.7%. Its main export products are aquatic products, tropical fruits, coffee, tea and other drinks, vegetables, etc. Its main import products are grain products, animal products and other food that can meet the nutritional needs. In the global agricultural trade, exports are highly concentrated in primary processed agricultural products and horticultural products, accounting for more than 70 per cent of Africa’s total agricultural exports, and their share is rising. Imported agricultural products are mainly concentrated in grain and oilseed products, accounting for more than 40% of the total agricultural imports in recent years.

    Reference

    “Ancient African Agriculture – CoolaBoo – Education Site.” CoolaBoo, 11 June 2019, www.coolaboo.com/world-history/ancient-africa/ancient-african-agriculture/.

    Elizabeth PennisiMay. 1, 2019, et al. “Plant Studies Show Where Africa’s Early Farmers Tamed Some of the Continent’s Key Crops.” Science, 3 May 2019, www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/05/plant-studies-show-where-africas-early-farmers-tamed-some-continents-key-crops.

    “The Origin of Agriculture in Africa (Article).” Khan Academy, Khan Academy, www.khanacademy.org/humanities/big-history-project/agriculture-civilization/first-cities-appear/a/the-origin-of-agriculture-in-africa.

    mythology paper


    Africa MythologyAfrica Mythologyi. Africa, a large continent, is home to a diverse range of cultures and languages.ii. While no single collection of myths and stories unites this diverse community, certainmythological elements are shared by various cultural groups and regions.iii. As myths from many other parts of the world, Africa’s myths represent the values andbeliefs of its inhabitants (Harris, 2020).iv. However, while many other cultures’ mythologies are no longer present in religiouspractices, African myths and legends continue to play an important role in daily life andactivities.v. Some African myths feature common themes like the origin of the earth and what happens topeople after they die. Many more are derived from the continent’s natural and historicalecosystems.Examples of Africa MythsHow the World Came To Existencei. Many theories and myths exist to justify how the universe came to be.ii. According to the Dogon, Nummo, or twin sets of creator spirits or gods, are said to havehatched from a cosmic egg.iii. Some people believe the world began with an egg as well.iv. Individuals in the north and south Africa claim that the earth was created from the body of amassive serpent that once stretched across the sky like a rainbow (Harris, 2020).v. Gu is the firstborn son of the maker twins Mawu (moon) and Lisa, according to the Fonpeople of Benin (sun). Gu arrived on earth as an iron sword and later became a blacksmith.vi. His mission was to get the planet ready for humanity.vii. He taught people how to create tools, allowing them to produce food and construct houses.viii. According to the San Bushmen of the south, creation was the activity of a spirit calledDxui, who was conversely a man, a flower, a bird, or a lizard.Africa, a large continent, is home to a diverse range of cultures and languages. While nosingle collection of myths and stories unites this diverse community, certain mythologicalelements are shared by various cultural groups and regions. As myths from many other parts ofthe world, Africa’s myths represent the values and beliefs of its inhabitants (Harris, 2020).However, while many other cultures’ mythologies are no longer present in religious practices,African myths and legends continue to play an important role in daily life and activities. SomeAfrican myths feature common themes like the origin of the earth and what happens to peopleafter they die. Many more are derived from the continent’s natural and historical ecosystems.Examples of Africa MythsHow the World Came To ExistenceMany theories and myths exist to justify how the universe came to be. According to theDogon, Nummo, or twin sets of creator spirits or gods, are said to have hatched from a cosmic egg. Some people believe the world began with an egg as well. Individuals in the north and southAfrica claim that the earth was created from the body of a massive serpent that once stretchedacross the sky like a rainbow (Harris, 2020). Gu is the firstborn son of the maker twins Mawu(moon) and Lisa, according to the Fon people of Benin (sun). Gu arrived on earth as an ironsword and later became a blacksmith. His mission was to get the planet ready for humanity. Hetaught people how to create tools, allowing them to produce food and construct houses.According to the San Bushmen of the south, creation was the activity of a spirit called Dxui, whowas conversely a man, a flower, a bird, or a lizard.TwinsTwins are regarded as rare, almost holy entities by many African cultures. Twins embodythe fundamental duality of life—the conflict or equilibrium among coupled or conflicting forces.Non-Bantu communities in the Congo and Niger regions, for example, assume that twins ofdifferent sexes are examples of this duality (Mouton, 2017). Many African myths and legendsfeature twins. In some novels, the couple is a sister and brother who marry. In certain cases, theyappear to be two sides of the same person. Mawu-Lisa, the Fon people’s supreme deity, isgenerally represented as sister and brother twins who became the guardians of all the other gods,who were also born as twins.

    How Death Came into the WorldAccording to African myths, death was brought into the world. Some believe that theultimate god intended for humans to be immortal, ensuring that they would stay forever;however, they got death instead of everlasting life due to an unlucky error. According to onelegend, a god instructed a careful chameleon to bring the message of everlasting life to the world.In that novel, a quicker lizard appears first with a dying message. According to inhabitants ofSierra Leone, a toad with the information “Death has come” outruns a dog with the information“Life has come” since this dog feeds along the way, thus delaying (Mouton, 2017).Some myths claim that death entered the universe as a result of humans or animalsangering their gods. The Nuer of Sudan criticize hyena for cutting the rope that bound heavenand earth. Their Dinka neighbors claim that a greedy mother, unsatisfied with the grain given toher by the high god, planted additional grain. She struck the god’s eye with her hoe, causing himto sever the connecting cord. According to a legend told by the Luhya people of modern-dayKenya, a chameleon plagued humanity with death since a man violated the rules of kindness bynot sharing his meal (Ogundokun, 2015).Trickster & Animal FablesA trickster appears in many African myths. A god, an individual, or an animal could bethe trickster. His tricks and mischief cause havoc among gods and mortals. West Africans narratemany myths about a roaming trickster spirit called Eshu among the Yoruba and Legba among theFon. Shift and quarrels are synonymous with this trickster (Ogundokun, 2015). He is theintermediary between the world of humans and the supreme creator, according to some accounts.Animal tricksters are typically tiny, helpless creatures that outsmart larger, more powerfulanimals. Anansi, the Ashanti people’s spider trickster, is well-known in West and Central Africa.They are also appearing as tricksters are tortoises, and hares. A hippopotamus and an elephantare tricked into clearing a field for the hare in one of these myths.

    They are also appearing as tricksters are tortoises, and hares. A hippopotamus and an elephantare tricked into clearing a field for the hare in one of these myths.

    Reference

    Harris, J. C. (2020). Nights with Uncle Remus: Myths and Legends of the Old Plantation (Vol.1). Library of Alexandria.

    Mouton, J. (2017). Post-graduate studies in South Africa: Myths, misconceptions andchallenges. South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(1), 1078-1090.

    Ogundokun, S. A. (2015). The role of orature in African socio-cultural space. InternationalJournal of English and literature, 6(10), 179-185.



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    Writing Question

    Exploration of Rhetoric + Reflection in Real Life =

    “Essaying”“I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.” Oscar Wilde

    Upon retirement in 1571, Michel de Montaigne spent his time in the French countryside reading and writing, where he claimed to be merely “essaying” – which in French means trying – a kind of exploratory, unresolved thinking on the page. Montaigne suggested that in writing about himself, he was also “undertaking a study, the subject of which is man.” Essays traffic in ideas, asking questions, and explaining thinking in order to help the reader become equally enthralled. This paper is a true essay in the classical sense that the writer should discover, articulate and express personal insights as they intersect with and circle around a specific topic or experience. Writing consultant Katherine Bomer in her publication “The Journey is Everything” states “The kind of writing I am arguing for in this book: prose pieces that are personal, lyrical, literary, descriptive, reflective, narrative, expository, philosophical, political, spiritual…all of the above.” Your goal? To craft an essay that has room for everything – essays linger, arouse, question, travel, contradict, reveal and expose the mind.Successful essays will: Be personal. Narrate your own story/experience in first person, cultivate voice Set up the text, context and approach in a way that allows you to enter the conversation Use at least one class/college/life idea or moment as a “touchstone” – a foundation for your inquiry Explore the larger contextual elements (moment in history, geography, age, situation…) Possess a controlling idea, but also be creative, organic, logical – not formulaic Be honest and accurate – identify and name your ideas, places, moments, setting Possess a thoughtful, creative conclusion – good essay have striking beginnings and endings Include quoted credible sources (writers, current voices, critics, peer). Use an epigraph to creatively contextualize your contribution to the conversation (see Wilde quote)Audience: Your intended audience is up to you; it could be other RWS305W students (current or incoming), your professor or any demographic you envision would benefit from your content. Purpose: To grow through the act of writing, to pour yourself onto the page and write an essay you are proud of, to tell a story, make connections, push ideas and play with words in a way that is engaging – to essay. Length: 5-6 pages long, MLA format & works cited page minimum of three outside credible (2 must be peer-reviewed) and varied sourcesTimeline: Topic Conferences is required. You MUST meet with me prior to writing your paper (April 12-30, see sign-up sheet for specifics). Module 4 Essaying due May 7 before 11:59PMTopic:The field is wide open! The foundation for your topic could be one dynamic idea from a journal writing experience, one beautiful line from a reading, one random insight from lecture, or the intersection of all of these in a drunken conversation with your roommate. You must follow your own curiosity and thinking while essaying; search your journal entries for inspired moments or use ideas from your college journey to jumpstart your inquiry. Consider how your observations and experiences connect with your interests/field, challenge your values, or expand your understanding. You might go big (and reflect on your entire college experience) or go small (and analyze your growth in a mere 10

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    Writing Question

    Background:

    In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, ABILITY Magazine interviewed 30+ thought leaders in the disability community. Interviewees were asked to share about their experiences of being discriminated against prior to the ADA; how the ADA has affected their life and access; and how the ADA needs to be improved.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Students will compare and contrast various disability perspectives and experiences within the disability community based on 2 of the listed interviews.
    2. Students will apply concepts taught in this course to the content of the interviews they have selected.
    3. Students will elaborate on their understanding of the disability experience, as well as any shifts, confusion, or wonderings brought about by the interviews.

    Assignment Content Requirements:

    You are required to watch 2 interviews from ABILITY Magazine’s ADA30 Summit in celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act listed below. The expectation is for you to take the ideas we have presented in readings and lectures and reflect on how those concepts apply to the people in these interviews.

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    Writing Question

    Research Proposal, word count at least 1000.


    Overview: This project will require you to read at least three journal articles, develop an experimental hypothesis based on those articles, devise a hypothetical experiment for testing the hypothesis, propose an appropriate statistical experiment for hypothetical data, and discuss your predicted results. This will culminate in a final proposal paper in APA format. The paper will include a description of the previous research leading up to your experimental hypothesis, the procedures you chose to test your hypothesis, and the proposed analysis and interpretation of your data related to your proposed experiment. You will not actually be conducting an experiment; you are simply writing about what you would do if you were to conduct an experiment.

    Details: You will write a paper about your research proposal of a psychological experiment. Using the psychology literature you will develop an understanding of some psychological problem or question and design a hypothetical experiment that will shed light on the problem/question. You must have a minimum of three peer-reviewed scholarly research articles or chapters from edited books for your literature review. Although you may use articles/chapters that are available on the web, web sites are generally not scholarly sources. Nevertheless, there may be documents available through a research institute or academic institution available on the web that have not been published in a peer-reviewed journal. If you think there is a source on the web that you would like to use, you need to have it approved by me prior to using it as an additional source for your paper. The proposal should be in APA format using one-inch margins and 12-point font. Tips on APA guidelines will be presented for the class.

    The paper will include the following:

    a)Title & Abstract: Title no longer than 12 words; abstract will be 120-250 words, summarizing your entire paper and project.

    b)Introduction: Your opening paragraphs will describe the proposal topic and explain why it is important and any questions or problems involved. A well-written thesis statement will help guide your paper.

    c)Literature Review: Describe the three research studies about your topic. What were their findings? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the research conducted? How will your study answer a new question or fill an important gap based on this research?

    d)Hypothesis or Hypotheses: What do you propose will happen in your hypothetical experiment? What information will you find out? What do you predict will happen?

    e)Methods: Includes a detailed description of your hypothetical participants, procedures (including population and sampling procedures), and materials. Remember to operationalize your variables and explain how you will control for extraneous factors and sampling errors. You will also need to include your proposed data analysis, describing what statistical method you will use to analyze your data.

    f)Results: Describe the predicted results of your study based on the statistical method you selected.

    g)Discussion: Briefly summarize your hypothetical findings. Include the strengths and limitations of your study. What are the research or practical implications of your findings? What are the practical applications of the research you discovered? Can you recommend anything for people working with your constructs based on the research you discovered? What biases might have been involved?

    h)References: List all your references in APA format.

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    Writing Question

    In the book Door to Door, Edward Humes explores what he calls the “magnificent, maddening, and mysterious world of transportation.” The book gives the reader a behind the scenes look at various modes of transportation. More important for our purposes, Humes discusses a variety of characteristics that are shared amongst the modes. Your task in this essay assignment is to identify and discuss seven (7) specific characteristics explored in the book. More specifically, your discussion of each characteristic should focus on how it can be used to evaluate and compare different modes of transportation.Let’s look at an example that is not explicitly discussed in the book (hence one that you should not use). If you chose noise as one of your characteristics, you would describe how this characteristic is discussed in the book. How is it measured? How do the modes compare in terms of noise? What are the challenges for resolving the issue of noise? What are the prospects for mitigating the negative impact of transportation noise in the future?Begin your essay with an introductory paragraph that identifies the seven characteristics you are going to discuss and gives the reader a sense of how you plan to discuss them.Your essay must be no less than 5 double-spaced pages and no more than 6 double-spaced pages of 12 pt. text with one-inch margins all around. Do not include a separate title page. Be sure to include your name, the course number, and the date in single-spaced format in the upper left-hand corner of the first page. Provide a descriptive title for your essay centered on the first page. Do not include a running head but do include page numbers centered at the bottom of each page. Save your document using the appropriate filename syntax noted in the course syllabus.Important note: Do not quote from the book. The essay should be your own writing about the characteristics with support from examples mentioned in the book.You do not need to do research for this essay. Your discussion of the seven characteristics should rely on the assigned book and should refer explicitly to specific examples and information from the book using the following format. If, for example, you were discussing how Domino’s Pizza makes pizza dough, you would include the page number from the book as a point of reference (p. 138). You do not need APA-formatted citations for this essay since all the material is from Door to Door



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    Writing Question

    Topic for writing assignment 1:

    The U.S. News Media: Politics and the 2020 Election

    This week, your assignment is to write about the American news media–specifically, political and national news media.

    Select several major television and/or print media outlets in the United States. (You may choose to look at CNN and Fox News, for instance and/or the New York Times and Washington Post, the Washington Examiner and Politico, among others.)

    Research their corporate ownership, ideology, expected audience, and their notable writers, anchors, reporters and commentators and any political leanings you observe. Share your findings. Be specific.

    Explain the reputation of the news entities you selected historically, compared to today.

    Describe the unique qualities of each major outlet you have selected and what distinguishes them from one another (or, in some cases, how they are similar to and mirror one another). Compare and contrast.

    Next, cover the following:

    What role did the national news media play in the presidential election of 2020?

    Provide several recent examples of significant political events and happenings, of the past few months, and how they have been covered by the media.

    With 2020 election and related events, do you see differences in coverage and frequency of coverage among the news outlets you have selected for this assignment? Is coverage unbiased or slanted in one direction? Explain.

    After conducting your research, do you believe that there exists a media class or a “media elite” in America? What does this mean, and why or why not? What are “framing, “priming,” and policy agenda-setting? Explain what each of these terms means, including examples when helpful.

    Then, briefly mention how technology and new ‎media fit into the picture: What purposes does news available on the internet serve? Is access to new media sources important to a nation’s citizens? Why?

    Finally, in your concluding thoughts, include: What are the main things you learned from your research–especially about media coverage of the 2020 election–for this assignment?

    Please:

    • Research thoroughly.
    • Write clearly.
    • Make your paper as current as you possibly can (the more recent the better).
    • Cite properly (using MLA).
    • Provide examples and explanations, as detailed above, throughout your work.
    • Check and double-check your paper for spelling and grammar correctness.
    • Be sure that your paper is a cohesive, well-written research paper which shows your own knowledge and work, not just answers to my questions.

    I look forward to your work and findings!

    Important: Remember to follow these guidelines when writing your paper:

    Assignment instructions Download Assignment instructions

    *Use MLA format and MLA citation (Links to an external site.)

    *Be sure that your paper is at least 1400 words.

    Writing Assignment Rubric
    Follow instructions 20 pts Full Marks
    Answer assigned questions 20 pts Full Marks
    Write 1400-1600 words (excluding Works Cited page) 50 pts Full Marks
    Use correct spelling and grammar 10 pts Full Marks
    Total Points: 100

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    Writing Question

    ASSIGNMENT: Write a 3-4 page (approximately 700-1000 words) comparison/contrast essay in the informative mode. In addition, you must answer the “Think About Your Writing” questions, described below, beneath your essay.


    A. Instructions

    Begin by choosing a topic for your comparison/contrast essay. You are free to select your own topic, or you may use one of the sample topics listed below. However, you should choose a topic that you have knowledge of so that you have sufficient points of comparison or contrast to discuss in your essay. You will need to compare or contrast two or three primary points about the two subjects you choose to write about, resulting in an essay with either four or six body paragraphs, an introductory paragraph, and a conclusion.

    • Compare or contrast two cities you’ve visited or that you’ve lived in
    • Compare or contrast two members of your family
    • Compare or contrast two sources of news
    • Compare or contrast two singers in different music genres
    • Compare or contrast two historical figures
    • Compare or contrast two artists (for example, Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso or Keith Haring and Andy Warhol)
    • Compare or contrast two eras in time
    • Compare or contrast two television series
    • Compare or contrast two types of technologies (for example, Android and Apple phones or PlayStation and Xbox)
    • Compare or contrast two medical topics (for example, traditional medicine and modern medicine or doctors and midwives)

    Remember that the two subjects you choose should have a meaningful connection so that you can draw comparisons or contrasts between the two.

    Your thesis should convey the main idea of the essay and clearly articulate what two topics you are comparing/contrasting. Because you are writing in the informative mode for this essay, you should use objective language. Remember that for this essay, you are not trying to persuade or convince the audience that one thing is better or worse than the other; you are instead informing the reader about the similarities or differences between the two subjects in an objective manner.

    Please note that if you use information from any outside sources, you will need to cite them. Plagiarism is not acceptable in academic writing. The following resources will be helpful to you if you need to cite any sources:

    1. Purdue Online Writing Lab’s APA Formatting and Style Guide
      1. This site includes a comprehensive overview of APA style, as well as individual pages with guidelines for specific citation types.
    2. Frequently Asked Questions About APA Style
      1. This page on the official APA website addresses common questions related to APA formatting. The “References,” “Punctuation,” and “Grammar and Writing Style” sections will be the most useful to your work in this course.
    3. APA Style: Quick Answers—References
      1. This page on the official APA Style website provides numerous examples of reference list formatting for various source types.

    B. Think About Your Writing

    After you’ve drafted your essay, answer the following questions about your writing. Include answers to all of the questions below your essay.

    1. Did you use the point-by-point or block method to organize your body paragraphs? What made you decide to organize your essay in this way (3-4 sentences)? Sophia says: Consider the ways a comparison/contrast essay can be organized. Which organization did you choose and why?

    2. In what ways did writing a comparison/contrast essay differ from the Narrative essay you wrote in Touchstone 1? Give specific examples (3-4 sentences). Sophia says: Consider how the structure, point of view, and purpose of the two essays differ.

    3. Remember that the writing process is a recursive process, and your first draft of an essay is rarely your last. What part of the draft did you struggle with (3-4 sentences)? Sophia says: Think about how you could improve the draft if you continued the writing process with revision and editing.


    C. Comparison/Contrast Guidelines

    Refer to the checklist below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until your draft meets all of the guidelines.

    Elements of a Comparison/Contrast Essay

    ❒ Are there significant points of comparison or contrast between the two subjects you have selected?
    ❒ Do you make clear comparisons or contrasts between the two subjects within the body paragraphs of the essay?
    ❒ Are the body paragraphs organized either by point or by subject?
    ❒ Have you used transitional words or phrases to indicate points being compared or contrasted?
    ❒ Does the essay have a clear and consistent focus of comparing and contrasting two subjects?

    Thesis Statement

    ❒ Have you included a clear, focused, and detailed thesis statement?
    ❒ Does your thesis state the subjects to be compared or contrasted and include the two or three points of comparison or contrast?
    ❒ Is your thesis a single sentence located in the introductory paragraph?

    Organization

    ❒ Is there an introductory paragraph that contains your thesis statement?
    ❒ Are there four or six total body paragraphs, each with a clear topic sentence?
    ❒ Is there a conclusion paragraph with a concluding statement?
    ❒ Have you used transitions to connect ideas between sentences and paragraphs?

    Style and Tone

    ❒ Is the tone of the essay objective and informative?
    ❒ Have you carefully considered your word choices?
    ❒ Is the purpose of your essay clearly to inform the reader about the similarities or differences between the two subjects?

    Conventions

    ❒ Have you checked your essay for grammatical and mechanical errors?
    ❒ Have you used spell check or another method to check spelling?

    Before you Submit

    ❒ Have you included your name, date, and course at the top left of the page?
    ❒ Have you completed the “Think About Your Writing” questions?
    ❒ Is your essay between 3-4 pages (approximately 700-1000 words)?


    D. Scoring

    Your essay will be scored according to the Touchstone 2.1 Rubric, which considers required elements for a comparison/contrast essay, the thesis statement, focus, organization, style and tone, conventions, and answers to the “Think About your Writing” questions above.

    F. Requirements

    • Your draft must be 3-4 page (approximately 700-1000 words)
    • Guidelines must be followed or submission will not be graded
    • Double-space your draft and use one-inch margins.
    • Use an easily-readable 12-point font.
    • All writing must be appropriate for an academic context.
    • Your draft must be original and written for this assignment.
    • Your submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your draft.
    • Your submission must include your answers to the “Think About Your Writing” questions
    • Submit a only single file that contains all of the assignment component
    • ASSIGNMENT:

    • Select one of the following writing prompts and draft a 3-5 page (approximately 800-1300 words) informative essay. As a part of your completed draft, complete the color coding activity described below. In addition, answer the “Think About Your Writing” questions on a separate sheet of paper and include it with your draft submission.
      Note: Touchstone 3 will be a revision of the draft that you submit for Touchstone 2.2.

      Sample Image Analysis Essay: Prompt A
      Sample Extended Definition Essay: Prompt B In order to foster learning and growth, all essays you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the Touchstone.


      A. Instructions

      Choose one of the following prompts for your informative essay.

      PROMPT A: IMAGE ANALYSIS: Although we look at print advertisements every day, we often do not consider the ways in which they affect us. Visual images in ads can influence and persuade us, so it is important to evaluate them critically to understand their meanings. Good image analysis involves examination of the components of an image to gain an understanding of the whole.

      Select an advertisement to analyze. The advertisement you choose should be directed towards a specific audience. To identify the intended audience, think about the members of the potential audience for the advertisement that you have chosen. Who are they? Ads for a beauty product, for example, may be aimed at young girls; ads for a deodorant might target men; a diaper commercial is likely intended for new parents; ads for cruise trips might be aimed at retirees. You can use any academically-appropriate advertisement to complete this assignment, as long as its intended audience is clearly identified.

      Your thesis must inform the reader of your topic and purpose. Because you are writing in the informative mode, use objective language and a neutral point of view.

      Draft an analytical essay that examines the audience, context, and purpose of the advertising image you’ve chosen. Read the article by Jenna Pack titled “Breaking Down an Image” found in the “Model Informative Essays” tutorial for ideas about how to write an image analysis. Your analysis should lead to a conclusion about the ad’s effectiveness, based on examination of its components. Include the image with your draft.

      PROMPT B: EXTENDED DEFINITION: Define or redefine one of the following words:

      • Family
      • Success
      • Courage
      • Art
      • Beauty

      In your draft, briefly explain how society, or the dictionary, defines the word you’ve selected, and then explain your unique or extended definition of the word. Provide examples and explanations to support your definition. Your thesis must inform your readers of your new definition and, because you are writing in the informative mode, you must use objective language.

      Draft an extended definition essay that defines or redefines a word or concept. Read the article by Dan Richards titled “Digital Ethics” found in the “Model Informative Essays” tutorial for ideas about how to write an extended definition essay.


      B. Think About Your Writing

      As a part of your completed draft, complete the color coding activity and include answers to all of the questions below your draft.

      PART 1: Color Coding Activity

      Using the color codes provided, evaluate your draft as follows:

      • Use red text to indicate your thesis statement.
      • Use green text to indicate the topic sentence of each body paragraph.

      PART 2: Questions

      1. What is the significance of your essay? Why should readers care about what you have written? (2-3 sentences) Sophia says: Think about why you decided to analyze this particular image, or why you picked the word you chose to define. Your interest in in your subject matter should be clear to readers.

      2. Which areas of your draft do you think will benefit most from revision? (2-3 sentences) Sophia says: Consider the organization, style, focus, development, and conventions of your draft. Which areas did you struggle to complete?

      3. Consider the strengths and weaknesses of your writing. How can you capitalize on your strengths and improve on your weaknesses in future essays? (3-4 sentences) Sophia says: Think about what was easy about writing the draft, and what was more difficult. For example, if you write paragraphs with strong topic sentences, but repeatedly use the same type of sentence to provide supporting details, you can improve your paragraphs by varying sentence structure.

      C. Informative Draft Guidelines

      DIRECTIONS: Refer to the checklist below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until your draft meets all of the guidelines.

      Essay Prompt: Image Analysis

      ❒ If you chose the image analysis prompt, have you analyzed and interpreted – and not just described – the ad’s design?
      ❒ Have you made conclusions about the audience and effectiveness of the ad?
      ❒ Did you include the image in your draft?
      ❒ Did you complete the color-coding activity?
      ❒ Is your draft 800-1300 words long?

      Essay Prompt: Extended Definition

      ❒ If you chose the extended definition prompt, did you indicate how society defines the word you selected, and then explain your definition (or an extended definition) of it?
      ❒ Have you included examples and explanations to support your definition?
      ❒ Did you complete the color-coding activity?
      ❒ Is your draft 800-1300 words long?

      Working Thesis

      ❒ Have you included a clear, focused, and detailed thesis statement?
      ❒ Does your thesis state the topic and purpose of your essay?
      ❒ Is your thesis a single sentence, and is it located in the introductory paragraph?

      Focus and Organization

      ❒ Is there an adequate number of body paragraphs, each with a clear topic sentence?
      ❒ Is there a conclusion paragraph that makes a concluding statement?
      ❒ Are your draft paragraphs sequenced properly?
      ❒ Have you used transitions to connect ideas between sentences and paragraphs?
      ❒ Can your draft be described as having a good flow?
      ❒ Does your draft have a clear focus?
      ❒ Are all supporting details relevant?

      Style and Tone

      ❒ Is the tone of your draft unbiased and informative?
      ❒ Is it clear that the purpose of your essay is to inform readers about your topic?
      ❒ Have you carefully considered your word choices?

      Conventions

      ❒ Have you checked your draft for grammatical errors?
      ❒ Have you used Spell-Check or another method to check spelling?
      ❒ Have you punctuated your draft correctly?

      Before You Submit

      ❒ Have you included your name, date, and course at the top left of the page?
      ❒ Have you completed the “Think About Your Writing” questions and color coding activity?
      ❒ Is your draft between three and five pages long (approximately 800-1300 words)


      D. Scoring

      Your draft will be scored according to the Touchstone 2.2 Rubric, which considers required elements for either the analysis essay or the definition essay, the thesis statement, organization, style and tone, focus, conventions, completion of the color-coding activity and answers to the “Think About your Writing” questions above

      F. Requirements

      • Your draft must be 800 to 1300 words in length (approximately 3-5 pages).
      • Informative Draft Guidelines and Topic Selection Guidelines must be followed or your submission will not be graded.
      • Double-space your draft and use one-inch margins.
      • Use an easily-readable 12-point font.
      • All writing must be appropriate for an academic context.
      • Your draft must be original and written for this assignment.
      • Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
      • Your submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your draft.
      • Your submission must include both your color-coded informative draft and your answers to the “Think About Your Writing” questions.
      • Submit a only single file that contains all of the assignment components.
        • Acceptable file formats include .doc and .docx.
    • ASSIGNMENT: Review the in-text comments and summary feedback you received on your Touchstone 2.2 draft to deepen and extend your analysis of your topic. Submit a revision of your Touchstone 2.2 draft that reflects the feedback. Include a copy of your Touchstone 2.2 draft below the “Think About Your Writing” questions for this unit.

      Sample Revised Image Analysis Essay
      Sample Revised Extended Definition Essay In order to foster learning and growth, all essays you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the Touchstone.


      A. Instructions

      All writers revise their work as part of the writing process. For Touchstone 3, submit a revised version of your Touchstone 2.2 essay. The process of revising involves “re-thinking” your essay. Your revision should reflect your attention to the following:

      • Rhetorical situation
      • Focus
      • Organization
      • Flow
      • Style
      • Clarity

      As you consider possible revisions, evaluate how your essay can be improved in each of the areas above. Focus your attention on the areas that would benefit most from revision. You can add, delete, or move text as you revise your essay.

      Note the following revision guidelines:

      • Do not draft a new essay. You must revise your Touchstone 2.2 draft.
      • Allow time between drafts so that you can see your original work from a new perspective.
      • Revision is different from editing and proofreading; however, be sure to edit and proofread your revised essay before you submit it.

      Revise your Touchstone 2.2 essay using the revision strategies you learned in Unit 3. This revision should reflect significant changes from your first draft, and should incorporate the feedback you received on Touchstone 2.2.


      B. Think About Your Writing

      Include answers to all of the following reflection questions below your completed revision.1. How much time did you spend revising your draft? Which revision strategies did you use, and which of them worked best for you? (2-3 sentences) Sophia says: A good revision takes time. This is your opportunity to re-think, re-arrange, and re-evaluate your writing. Which revision strategies did you use? Do you still agree with your thesis? Do you believe that your evidence supports your thesis, and that you have met the requirements of the assignment?2. How did the revision process improve your essay? (2-3 sentences) Sophia says: Compare your draft to your revision. Have you added relevant details or removed irrelevant ones? Have you changed the order of details or paragraphs? Have you added transitions for better flow? In which ways is your revision better than your draft?3. What did you learn about your writing process or yourself as a writer? (2-3 sentences) Sophia says: Think about the entire process of drafting and revising this essay. Did any part of the process surprise you or reveal something unexpected?

      C. Revision Guidelines

      DIRECTIONS: Refer to the checklist below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until your essay meets all of the guidelines.

      Editing and Revising

      ❒ Have you significantly revised your essay, making adjustments in areas that include organization, focus, and clarity?
      ❒ Have you made comprehensive changes in word choice, sentence variety, and style?
      ❒ Have you made revisions that are based on the feedback provided by your evaluator?

      Essay Prompt: Image Analysis

      ❒ If you chose the image analysis prompt, have you revisited your analysis and interpretation of the image to ensure that you’ve done more than describe it?
      ❒ Have you revisited your conclusions about the audience and effectiveness of the ad?
      ❒ Did you include the image in your essay?
      ❒ Is your draft 800-1300 words long?

      Essay Prompt: Extended Definition

      ❒ If you chose the extended definition prompt, did you make sure that your definition is unique, and doesn’t rely too heavily on the traditional definition?
      ❒ Did you revisit the examples and explanations that support your definition?
      ❒ Is your essay 800-1300 words in length?

      Thesis

      ❒ Have you revised your thesis statement?
      ❒ Did you make sure that your thesis states the overall claim of the essay?
      ❒ Is your thesis one sentence that is located in the introductory paragraph?

      Focus and Organization

      ❒ Have you reviewed your body paragraphs and made sure that each one has a clear topic sentence?
      ❒ Have you revisited your conclusion paragraph and concluding statement?
      ❒ Have you reviewed the sequence of your ideas?
      ❒ Have you improved your transitions to connect ideas between sentences and paragraphs?
      ❒ Have you improved the flow of your essay?
      ❒ Does your revision have a clear focus?
      ❒ Have you maintained a clear focus and included only relevant details?

      Style and Tone

      ❒ Have you ensured that the tone of your essay is unbiased and informative?
      ❒ Have you informed the reader about your topic?
      ❒ Have you reconsidered your word choices?

      Conventions

      ❒ Have you checked your draft for grammatical errors?
      ❒ Have you used Spell-Check or another method to check spelling?
      ❒ Have you punctuated your essay correctly?

      Before You Submit

      ❒ Have you included your name, date, and course at the top left of the page?
      ❒ Have you completed the “Think About Your Writing” questions?
      ❒ Is your essay between three and five pages (approximately 800-1300 words) in length?


      D. Scoring

      Your essay and reflection will be scored according to the Informative Rubric, which considers your revision and edits, effectiveness in addressing the writing prompt for either the analysis essay OR the definition essay, the working thesis, organization, style and tone, focus, conventions and proofreading, and your responses to the “Think About Your Writing” questions.

      F. Requirements

      • Your essay should be three to five pages (approximately 800-1300 words) in length.
      • Informative Guidelines and Topic Selection Guidelines must be followed or your submission will not be graded.
      • Double-space the draft, and use one-inch margins.
      • Use an easy-to-read 12-point font.
      • All writing must be appropriate for an academic context.
      • Your draft and revision must be original and written for this assignment.
      • Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
      • Your submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your draft.
      • Your submission must include, in the following order: your revised essay, your answers to the “Think About Your Writing” questions, and a copy of your original essay (from Touchstone 2.2).
      • Submit only a single file only that contains all assignment components.
      • Acceptable file formats are .doc and .docx.

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    Writing Question

    GOAL: AN 3 PAGE OUTLINE ABOUT BEING A “CAR ENTHUSIAST”.

    WHAT ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT?

    Arguing in support of a cause you care about is a vital skill. Understanding positions outside of your own can be an exercise in critical thinking to help you understand your own position and advance it better in the future. Choosing a topic and position you are passionate about will add a strong undercurrent of fire that can help you show the audience the importance of your topic through your delivery.

    The goal of this speech is to persuade the audience that your position is the strongest and best-supported. It is not to inform the audience about the existence of a controversial issue so they can make up their minds. You must adopt a clear position on a topic or issue and advance and support it with strong arguments and passionate delivery built on a solid foundation of your own credibility. Influence the audience and move us to action!

    For this speech, choose a topic that you care about and a position on that topic that you are passionate about. Make sure the issue or topic indeed has multiple angles from which to discuss it (i.e. people can be persuaded about it). Ensure that your topic is relevant to the audience and is neither a safe nor flashpoint issue.

    A visual aid is optional for this speech. Make this decision with your message and audience in mind. If you feel it would help you, I encourage you to use one. If you feel that you can best advance your argument if the audience focuses their attention entirely on your arguments and delivery, I encourage you to remain the sole star of the show.

    Specifics:

    Speeches should be

    • 6-8 minutes in length.
    • Well-researched, with a minimum of 5 credible outside sources, cited orally.
    • Visual aid optional.
    • Deliberately constructed with sound reasoning and argument organization.
    • Thoroughly supported and outlined in a manner similar to the sample outline provided (same outline format as informative sample with content adjusted).
    • Clearly rehearsed and practiced.
    • Presented with enthusiasm, engagement and confidence

    cars in general, like the idea of falling in love with a set of wheels and being selective on choosing what to drive. as a car enthusiast a car to me isn’t just a machine than takes me from point A to B. it’s more like an extension of myself that takes me through a journey every time I sit behind a steering wheel and turn on the ignition. use that to change the outline

    you can also steal some ideas from the movie gone in 60 seconds, where the main character “Nicholas cage” gives each special car a name not like a pet, but more like a woman who he encountered in a point of his life. many cars in the movie did not have names which shows you the mindset of a car guy where he specifies every car in the world into two main categories, either a machine which is how most people view cars in general, or that rare marvelous thing in which the car enthusiaste won’t waste a second to interact with(like a person mind you) if he/she had the chance

    also use car enthusiast instead of car guy to rule out any possible controversy.

    USE THE TWO ATTACHED FILES AS A GUIDE ON THE SET UP OF THE OUTLINE.

    GOOD LUCK.

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    Writing Question

    Need by May 9th, 2021 before 9pm Illinois time

    This is my rubric and directions that need to be followed

    Research Essay:

    Topic: effects of smoking on health

    Each student in English 102 will write a 5-6 page(and another for work sites)essay that explores, in-depth, about a topic that addresses the prompt below.

    The essay will be a thesis-driven argument that addresses the prompt, below, and it should include extensive development of the student’s own thinking

    Students will formally propose their essay—see the attached Proposal Form.

    Each essay should address this prompt:

    Explore a social, political, or economic topic of your choice and present how and to what extent the idea supports or hinders our society (the United States)? What are the opinions of experts in the field, what is the data saying about the topic, and are there ways in which we could potentially reform/better this topic?

    Sources

    The student will include a Works Cited page (MLA format), citing all secondary sources consulted and/or used in the essay. The paper should include relevant information from at least FOUR secondary sources, and all of these sources should appear on the student’s annotated bibliography.

    Sources: (must use these sources and you may include others as well if you need more information but they have to be from google scholar)

    Dugral, Esra, and Dicle Balkanci. “Effects of smoking and physical exercise on respiratory function test results in students of university: A cross-sectional study.” Medicine vol. 98,32 (2019): e16596. doi:10.1097/MD.0000000000016596

    Evins, A. E., et al. “Prospective Association between Tobacco Smoking and Death by Suicide: a Competing Risks Hazard Analysis in a Large Twin Cohort with 35-Year Follow-Up.” Psychological Medicine, vol. 47, no. 12, 2017, pp. 2143–2154., doi:10.1017/S0033291717000587.

    Haghani, Amin, et al. “Female vulnerability to the effects of smoking on health outcomes in older people.” PloS one 15.6 (2020): e0234015.

    Stabile, Anna Maria, et al. “Long term effects of cigarette smoke extract or nicotine on nerve growth factor and its receptors in a bronchial epithelial cell line.” Toxicology in Vitro 53 (2018): 29-36.

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    Writing Question


    Need by May 9th, 2021 before 9pm Illinois time

    This is my rubric and directions that need to be followed

    Research Essay:

    Topic: effects of smoking on health

    Each student in English 102 will write a 5-6 page(and another for work sites)essay that explores, in-depth, about a topic that addresses the prompt below.

    The essay will be a thesis-driven argument that addresses the prompt, below, and it should include extensive development of the student’s own thinking

    Students will formally propose their essay—see the attached Proposal Form.

    Each essay should address this prompt:

    Explore a social, political, or economic topic of your choice and present how and to what extent the idea supports or hinders our society (the United States)? What are the opinions of experts in the field, what is the data saying about the topic, and are there ways in which we could potentially reform/better this topic?

    Sources

    The student will include a Works Cited page (MLA format), citing all secondary sources consulted and/or used in the essay. The paper should include relevant information from at least FOUR secondary sources, and all of these sources should appear on the student’s annotated bibliography.

    Sources: (must use these sources and you may include others as well if you need more information but they have to be from google scholar)

    Dugral, Esra, and Dicle Balkanci. “Effects of smoking and physical exercise on respiratory function test results in students of university: A cross-sectional study.” Medicine vol. 98,32 (2019): e16596. doi:10.1097/MD.0000000000016596

    Evins, A. E., et al. “Prospective Association between Tobacco Smoking and Death by Suicide: a Competing Risks Hazard Analysis in a Large Twin Cohort with 35-Year Follow-Up.” Psychological Medicine, vol. 47, no. 12, 2017, pp. 2143–2154., doi:10.1017/S0033291717000587.

    Haghani, Amin, et al. “Female vulnerability to the effects of smoking on health outcomes in older people.” PloS one 15.6 (2020): e0234015.

    Stabile, Anna Maria, et al. “Long term effects of cigarette smoke extract or nicotine on nerve growth factor and its receptors in a bronchial epithelial cell line.” Toxicology in Vitro 53 (2018): 29-36.

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    Writing Question

    I attached our group’s powerpoint. Please help me to do 4-5 slides.

    85C (2021) Group Assignment: Games vs Film

    The videogame industry likes to boast of revenues that rival or surpass that of the film industry, but at the same time, game developers not only compete with film for the attention and dollars of their target demographics, but also imitate the blockbuster logic and development patterns of the film industry, as well as hiring film industry talent for interactive game studios. If digital culture emphasizes interactivity more than other audiovisual formations do, what are the consequences?

    This group project will have you team up to research, present, and debate the most salient aspects of interactive entertainment. Documenting each of the three steps will earn your group academic credit in this class. Each step will take place partly in the 85C discussion sections and partly in between meetings. Each 85C discussion section will be divided into two groups for this project. Group 1 will research, present, and debate cinematic adaptations of games; group 2 will inversely research, present, and debate game adaptations of cinematic franchises.

    Group 1 will consider (three or more) films based on a videogame:

    • to what extent do the films use (or deviate from) the game plot?
    • are their central characters essentially the same as those in the ludic model?
    • do the films successfully use key elements of the game in terms of sound, lighting, style, etc?
    • what seems to be gained or lost in the process of adaptation?

    Group 2 will consider (three or more) games based on a film:

    • does the game have a clear narrative? what tasks must the player complete to succeed?
    • do the games have a central character you recognized from the cinematic model?
    • do these gameworlds resemble that of the films (consider lighting, sound, color, style, etc)?
    • what seems to be gained or lost in the process of adaptation?

    The debates will try to hash out which seems to work better: game to film conversion, or film to game adaptation? What diegesis delivers more: a unified or a heterogeneous lore, a self-contained or an unbounded world? Do you argue in favor of a single narrative or of episodic construction, do you prefer identification with and cathexis onto a character, or distance from and commentary on characters? What criteria do cultural commentators seem to rely on in evaluating whether adaptations succeed in either direction? Always consider what you learned in class about action/adventure/strategy games, about interactivity, violence, sound, and animation in games, etc

    Each group will use the week five discussion section to start researching the resources provided, and to prepare a persuasive presentation for the following week (but you will probably want to continue doing some of this work between meetings). Each ten-minute presentation in the week six discussion section will be debated with the other group; to make this possible, presentations need to be both very succinct and very well informed. Your group’s grade on this assignment depends on your preparation, presentation, and discussion performances, so make sure all members of your group contribute in ways the TA can recognize.

    After your presentations and debates, each student needs to upload a brief document (use DOC or PDF format to upload to Canvas) that states your name and student ID#, picks one representative quote (a different one for each group member!) from one of the assigned readings (not from the listicles below but from the weekly assigned readings related to these topics), followed by one sentence explaining that quote in your own words, and one or two sentences providing your argument or spin on this quote and its importance.

    Selected listicles to get you started:

    Films:

    Kayleena Pierce-Bohen, “10 Video Game Adaptations You Didn’t Know Might Be Coming In 2021 (Links to an external site.)” Screen Rant (Jun 15, 2020)

    Luke Harkness, “The 10 Best Movies based on Video Games (Links to an external site.)“, Voolas (March 24, 2020)

    Meghan Cook, “Popular movies inspired by video games, ranked from worst to best (Links to an external site.)” Insider (Feb 14, 2020)

    SC Lannon, “10 Best Video Games Movies (Links to an external site.)” Studio Binder (Oct 24, 2019)

    John Sciarrino, “The 20 Best Movies based on Video Games, Ranked (Links to an external site.)” Maxim (Apr 16, 2018)

    & more: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls000830173/ (Links to an external site.)

    Games:

    Jacob Roach, “The best video games based on movies (Links to an external site.)“, Digitaltrends (Jan 28, 2021)

    Matt Rao, “Games That Are Based On Movies (Links to an external site.)“, Guru Gamer (Jun 22, 2020)

    Jason Wojnar, “10 Movie-Based Video Games (that are better than the movie) (Links to an external site.)” Game Rant (Nov 18, 2019) (Links to an external site.)

    Jason Bleau, “Top 10 Video Games Based on Movies (Links to an external site.)” Cinema Spotlight (Aug 6, 2019)

    James Holland, “7 Horrible Games Based On Movies (And 8 That Were Actually Good) (Links to an external site.)” The Gamer (Aug 3, 2017)

    & more: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls062563575/

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    Writing Question

    Position Paper

    For this assignment, you will be tackling a controversial issue in the field of education. You will choose a topic from the following list: This is the topic that I choose

    • Is There Support for Arming Teachers in Schools?

    I have provided two selected readings on each of the topics above – the two readings provide opposing views on the topic. Once you have selected a topic, you will be responsible for reading both sides of each issue, then writing a 3-page paper that contains 3 parts.

    Part 1 – introduce the topic

    Part 2 – decide on which side of the debate you fall and provide a clear rationale for your decision (obviously citing the provided readings). This portion of the paper should be ~1 page in length.

    Part 3 – of the paper requires you to explain the side of the argument with which you disagree. You do not need to advocate for the opposing position; however, you need to provide an unbiased, objective explanation of why people feel differently than you on the topic. (obviously citing the provided readings). This portion of the paper should also be ~1 page in length.

    In addition to referencing the readings I have provided, you are required to pull in a minimum of 3 external resources (1 of those sources MUST be from a peer-reviewed journal) to include in your paper.

    The paper must be written in APA style (title page, citation formatting, reference page, running head, page numbers, etc.)

    The purpose of this paper is two-fold: (1) selecting a view on a controversial topic based on the quality of the supporting literature is a critical skill for leaders, and (2) examining a controversial topic from the opposing perspective is a valuable critical thinking skill. NO PLAGARISM

    Rubric

    Position Paper Rubric

    Position Paper Rubric

    Criteria Ratings Pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAn introduction providing a brief description of the issue is included

    10 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThat candidate clearly describes which side of the debate they believe is accurate. A rationale for why the student has selected that specific side of the debate is provided.

    15 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe candidate clearly describes the opposing view’s argument on the topic

    10 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTo the extent possible, the student provides evidence that critical thinking was used to form an opinion on the topic. That is, the rationale provided is free of confirmation bias, heuristics, intuition (gut feelings), ad hominem fallacies, etc.

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeA title page and references page are included that follow APA formatting

    10 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe assignment contains 5 typos and/or grammatical errors or less

    20 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe paper contains 5 APA formatting issues or less

    15 pts

    Total Points: 100

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    Writing Question

    A)

    Write a short paragraph (around 5 lines each) outlining the significance of FOUR of the following themes we have discussed in class so far with regard to their relation to the course’s focus on art, politics, and nationalism.

    1) Hovsep Emin

  • Born Hamadan, Iran in 1726. In 1744 he moved to India to join his merchant father in Calcutta.
  • He had great appreciation for English military discipline and Enlightenment.
  • An army should not fight by brute strength alone without an understanding of liberty (acting like a free man, not a slave) and knowledge. He argued that in warfare the psychological precedes the physical.
    • He valued individualism
  • 1751 He moved to London
  • 1755 He befriended Edmund Burke, the Whig (liberal) intellectual and was introduced to circles of the nobility and intelligentsia
  • 1756 he enrolled in the military academy in Woolich.
  • 1757 he enlisted as a volunteer in the British-Prussian War v. France
  • 1759 he travelled from London to Ejmiacin via Cilicia and the Western part of the Armenian Plateau.
  • He had an audience with the Armenian Catholicos and discussed moves towards Armenian liberation from Persian and Ottoman rule. Then he had talks with the Armenian meliks of Karabagh and King Erekle II of Kartli (Georgia).
  • He argued that the death of Nader Shah, ruler of Iran (1722-47), ushered in an era of devolution advantageous for liberating Eastern Armenia from Iran.
  • 2) Mkhitar Sebastac‘i

    LEC 3→ ppt titled “The French Model for the Mkhitarists”

    As a growing political, economic, and cultural power in Europe with the largest population, France wished to advance its commercial objectives in the Near East through Christian satellites, particularly Catholic co-religionists.

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    • In the 16th century France established a center in Aleppo to purchase raw Persian silk largely from Armenian merchants from Julfa.
    • Under Cardinal Richelieu France took direction from Rome of the Counter-Reformation mission to the Near East. He republished an Armenian grammar and dictionary and distributed free of charge to missionaries.
    • As a result Aleppo became a primary location for Armenian conversion to Catholicism. One of the converts was the 19 year old Mkhitar Sebastac‘i who founded an Armenian Catholic monastic congregation that bares his name.
    • Contributions by Sebastac’i
    • ◦a) monastic order with oath to religion and homeland. It continues until today.
    • ◦b) schools to provide higher level of more European education.
    • ◦c) “academy” like the Académie Francaise to regularize the Armenian language.
    • ◦d) press and publication
    • 2. new interpretation of Armenian identity with basic separation of church and state
    • 3. language standardization
    • unitary medium of high culture as classical Armenian purified of Latin infiltration, instead of Latin and Greek

    highlighted info is in specific talking about Sebastac’i :))

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    3) The varied significance of the figure Vartan Mamikonian in Armenian discourse

    • Mamikonian is an Armenian aristocratic of the 5th century CE
    • Mamikonian is involved in a war against Zoroastrian Persians who seek to impose their religion upon the Christian Armenians
    • This hostility between Armenians and Persians comes to a head in 451 where there is a battle of Avarayr
    • The armenian historical sources of that period present Mamikonian and his forces as being religious martyrs
    • However, here for the first time in armenian history, the figure of Mamikonian is presented as being a secular martyr, a patriot who is a martyr to the defense of his homeland; has been updated and desecualized and securalized in order to function as a symbol (Model) for the new type of Armenian patriot they seek to develop
    • This also includes the geography of Armenia, taken from the work of Movses Xorenac’i and we see the presentation of Armenian beauty and the resources of the homeland extolled in order to infuse national pride
      • In this work, the beauty of Armenia is presented for its true natural beauty, we encounter a natural epithet

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    4) Romantic Nationalism

    • Romantic Nationalism is also known as romanticism.
    • Wounds of Armenia focuses on the activities of an Armenian “freedom fighter” Aghasi who joins the Russian offensive against the Khanate of Erevan and gives his life for the cause, fighting to take the Erevan fortress in 1827. Hence the subject and medium are contemporary and the ethos is one of romantic nationalism to inculcate patriotic involvement in the nationalist project.
    • Romanticism emphasized the personal, the individual, the distinctive and hence the national: national and ethnic cultural origins.
    • Sahib is one of the first Western minion exponents of what we call romantic nationalism.
    • Romanticism
      • Reaction against excesses of neoclassicism
      • Rejection of precepts: Order, Calm, Harmony,
      • Balance, Rationalism.
      • Classicist subordination of part within whole.
      • Political implication: subject subordinate in state. Quietest maintenance of status quo.

        B)

      • Passages for identification and comment
        • Write notes on FOUR of the following passages citing the author and work and then dealing with such issues as context, speaker(s), addressee(s). Then elaborate the wider significance of the citation within the work as a whole in terms of thought, symbolism, etc., where appropriate relating those to the theoretical perspectives of Gellner, Smith, and Anderson.
        • 1. Have you seen the village alone in the valleyAnd the splendid gardens spread out round itAnd the golden ears of corn and calm brook—Have you heard the lark’s sweet songs? Hovhannes Hovhannisian Tell Me Have You Seen My Homeland (3rd paragraph in specific
        • 2. And our fathers’ bones erupted in loud applause,For the Armenians’ fire in not snuffed out.And so many victims were jubilant For the revenge we took in a stream of blood.Masis broke into a smile, Mother. Mkrtich Peshiktashlian Death of the Brave Son
        • 3. But I, who am Armenian,My own Armenians know;I want no stranger bridegroom;A widowed stream I flow. Raphael Patkanian The Tears of Arax
        • 4. Give me thy hand, and take my hand. Why should we pull apart? We have been separated long By unkind fates and storms. Mkrtich Peshiktashlian We Are Brothers (verse 2 in specific)
        • C) Essay

        • Choose one of the essay questions. Try to provide a clear thesis, organize your essay carefully and give particular examples to support your general assertions.
        • 1) Commenting on the development of Armenian nationalism in the 1870s, the newspaper editor Grigor Artsruni stated “Yesterday we were an ecclesiastical community, today we are patriots, tomorrow we will be a nation of workers and thinkers.” From our reading this term so far both of literature and theoretical perspectives on nationalism argue for or against Artsruni’s interpretation of the development of Armenian corporate identity from the 18th century up to his date of writing.
        • 2) Discuss the significance for an ethnic community on the path to creating a nation-state of constructing a written constitution. Considering the Armenian case more directly, review the main provisions of the draft constitution compiled by the Madras group under the title Snare of Glory in 1787 and the Armenian National Constitution of 1863 ratified for the Armenian Millet in the Ottoman Empire and comment on their effectiveness in their particular contexts.

          As you can see this is divided into three parts… A,B,C in the beginning it is asking you to answer in 5 lines each one and I have notes written down under each one to make it easier and so you dont use outside sources. Then B is poems and the poems are attached. Lastly C is 2 questions just pick 1 out of the 2 and answer it, but let it be 2 pages double spaced.

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    Writing Question

    Citing Sources Exercise

    When writing about research, we’re part of an existing conversation about a topic. We research to find sources that give us the knowledge others have contributed to the conversation, which we analyze and present along with our own knowledge in our own research essay. And others after us might continue the conversation. Wherever that conversation has been or will go, we track it and acknowledge what came before by citing the works we have used to create our part of that conversation. This is why academic writing requires citation – so we know what has come before and what each contributor to the overall conversation is using to develop their own knowledge and convey it to an audience. We also cite to acknowledge when we reference the work of others, so we don’t plagiarize of course, but also so that those who come after us can find the original source for our ideas or claims if they choose. When researching a topic, we often find a strong source and then look at sources in that article or book or web site for more information. It’s like having a trail of breadcrumbs within a particular subject matter or academic discipline.

    Writing about research relies heavily on what has already been written, in the form of secondary research sources, so in-text citations are frequent and bibliographies are lengthy and varied. And citation styles vary across different disciplines or areas for good reason. For example, the disciplines within the social sciences use APA (American Psychological Association) style usually, and this citation style features the date of publication early in the citation because research in these areas is constantly being updated and the date of publication matters immensely – something might be outdated in a matter of a few years. In the Humanities (Literature, History, etc.), MLA (Modern Language Association) style is used and the date is not as prevalent because the research conducted in those areas often builds on existing historical theory and the ideas being discussed matter more than the date of a publication. In other disciplines specific styles are used for reasons particular to a discipline; in medicine, for example, the AMA (American Medical Association) style is used. There are many different citation styles used in various disciplines but for the purposes of this writing course we’ll use ML style.

    The most important thing to know about citing sources is to follow the citation style exactly in a Works Cited or References list and in using in-text citations or footnotes. Consistency and accuracy are critical so that mistakes in referencing an author or work are avoided and that access to a source is not compromised.

    There are plenty of trustworthy resources to help, and plenty of untrustworthy ones as well. It’s more important to know which citation style you should use and to make sure you are using the most recent version of the citation style, than it is to memorize every detail needed to cite a source. Knowing where to look for information on how to cite is most important.

    The link below provides helpful tips, a list of trustworthy sources in addition to the style guides published by each relevant authority (e.g., the Modern Language Association or MLA Style Guide) and which are available online and in library reference collections. Review and develop questions for your instructor if you need help.

    USF citing sources guide (Links to an external site.)

    Thisvideo (Links to an external site.)explains citation and writing

    REMEMBER:

    Research Sources: Quoting, Paraphrasing, Generalizing, and Summarizing

    To incorporate other writers’ work into your own writing, use these different approaches according to how closely the original work(s) should be used and how you are using multiple sources.

    Direct Quotations must be identical to the original, using a narrow segment of the source. They must match the source document word for word and must be attributed to the original author. Using a direct quote from a source is appropriate when you want to retain the integrity of the way it was written originally. Use sparingly.

    Paraphrasing involves putting a passage from source material into your own words. A paraphrase must also be attributed to the original source. Paraphrased material is sometimes a bit shorter than the original passage, taking a somewhat broader segment of the source and condensing it slightly, or it is roughly the same size. Either way, a paraphrase should include the original ideas but not the original wording of the author being cited. Always cite when paraphrasing.

    Generalizing involves condensing what multiple sources convey into one statement that is a general fact or claim and citing all the sources it is drawn from, attributing the information to all of them in the text and listing all in the bibliography.

    Summarizing involves putting the main idea(s) into your own words, including only the main point(s). Once again, it is necessary to attribute summarized ideas to the original source. Summaries are significantly shorter than the original and take a broad overview of the source material.

    Use Quotations, Paraphrasing, Generalizing and Summarizing to:

    • Provide support for claims or add credibility to your writing
    • Refer to work that leads up to the work you are now doing
    • Give examples of several points of view on a subject
    • Call attention to a position that you wish to agree or disagree with
    • Highlight a particularly striking phrase, sentence, or passage by quoting the original
    • Distance yourself from the original by quoting it in order to cue readers that the words are not your own
    • Expand the breadth or depth of your writing

    Assignment

    For this activity, write a response to the following:

    • Using the resources on citing, set up your Works Cited or References for the research essay in MLA. Start with the sources you have already, and plan to add others you’ll find as you locate them. List at least 3 of your sources here in whichever citation style you will use and check for accuracy against the examples found in the MLA section of the Purdue OWL (Links to an external site.). PLEASE NOTE: Citation generators may be a great place to start when creating citations, but they are not without fault. Many contain errors. Therefore, it is important to double-check ALL citations prior to submission.
    • Using your sources and thinking about your key ideas for the research essay, identify passages you might integrate into your writing by paraphrasing. Locate one passage from each source you have so far and practice paraphrasing. Write the original sentence or passage, and then write the paraphrased version underneath it.

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    Writing Question

    We have discussed various statistical hypotheses tests. For this assignment you will be tasked with putting those skills to use and completing a formal write up. This assignment is worth a total of 50 points, which are distributed on a rubric system, identified in (parentheses) below.

    You will choose from one of the following scenarios:

    Scenario One: One Population Mean With a Large Sample (Chapter 7)

    Scenario Two: Chi – Square (Chapter 8)

    Scenario Three: Two Population Mean With a Dependent Sample (Chapter 9)

    *For prompts, articles, and formatting templates, scroll to the bottom.

    Directions: You will complete your formal write up in the following format.

    Formatting (5 points)

    Cover Page: Meaningful title; Students name; Couse name (SBS 320 Social Science Research Methods); Professors name (Dr. Posey); Semester term (e.g.) Spring 2021. Cover page should be in APA format, 7th edition.

    Font: Times New Roman; Size 12.

    Margins: 1 inch.

    Spacing: Double spaced.

    Additional Formatting Requirements: Page numbers beginning on the first page; Running header.

    *You will need to specify on the cover page which scenario you are doing.

    The formal write up should start on the second page and include the following sections.

    Section I: Introduction ( 5 – 9 sentences) (5 points)

    • This section should start with a bolded subheading titled ‘Introduction‘.
    • Write a one paragraph introduction to your research project. Discuss why it is important to test this question? What are the potential benefits to the justice system and/or society by doing this research? Be specific.

    Section II: Literature Review (5 – 9 sentences PER paragraph) (10 points)

    • This section should start with a bolded subheading titled ‘Literature Review‘.
    • Write three paragraphs summarizing the articles for your selected scenario (articles for each scenario can be found below). Each article should have its own paragraph summarizing that article. Things to include: the name of the article, the year it was published, what the research question was, describe their sample in terms of participants (number of participants, gender, race, age), geographical location of the research, and the findings of the research.

    *Do not include articles in your literature review that are outside of the articles being provided to you.

    Section III: Methodology (10 points)

    • This section should start with a bolded subheading titled ‘Methodology‘.
    • Each bullet point should be its own COMPLETE sentence
    • (a) Identify the independent variable.
    • (b) Identify the dependent variable.
    • (c) Write a null hypothesis.
    • (d) Write an alternative hypothesis.
    • (e) State whether this is a directional or non directional hypothesis (not applicable for Scenario Two).
    • (f) State whether this is a one tailed test or two tailed test (not applicable for Scenario Two).
    • (g) State the appropriate test statistic and the sampling distribution of that test statistic.
      • ***Be sure to use the formatting template for this section as it will contain SPECIFIC information about the write up for your scenario.

    Section IV: Results (1 – 2 sentences) (5 points)

    • This section should start with a bolded subheading titled ‘Results‘.
    • In a COMPLETE sentence make a decision about your hypothesis: Reject the Null Hypothesis or Fail to Reject the Null Hypothesis.

    Section V: Conclusion (10 points)

    • This section should start with a bolded subheading titled ‘Conclusion‘.
    • Each bullet point should be its own COMPLETE sentence
    • (a) Is this finding statistically significant?
    • (b) Write a formal conclusion/what does this mean?
    • (c) Is it probable that this is occurring by random chance?
      • *Hint: If you Reject the Null Hypothesis, it is probable that your observations are not occurring by random chance, if you Fail to Reject the Null Hypothesis, the opposite is true.
    • (d) What is the chance of error (Type I or Type II, and what percentage)?
    • *If and only if you select Scenario Two, you will need to answer the following bullet points in a COMPLETE sentence.
    • (e) What is the association type (Positive or Negative)?
    • (f) What is the measurement of association conclusion?
    • (g) What is the strength of the relationship (weak, modest, strong)?
      • ***Be sure to use the formatting template for this section as it will contain SPECIFIC information about the write up for your scenario.

    Citations and References Page: (5 points) The assignment should end with a References Page/Work Cited Page. “References Page” or “Work Cited” should include a bolded subheading centered at the top. All articles included in your ‘Literature Review’ section should be listed on the page with FULL citations, alphabetically, and in APA format, compliant with the 7th edition. These sources need to be cited internally (within the Literature Review section of your paper) and externally (on a references page). Further, this page should be its own page. In other words, it should not start at the bottom of another page.

    Paper Length: The completed paper should be 3-4 pages in length (not including the Cover Page and References Page).

    To receive full credit your assignment should be written in full sentences, following the format listed above, and free of spelling and grammatical errors.

    You must keep a copy of all written work. You must be able to immediately produce a copy of the work any time there is a question concerning the assignment or grade. To receive full credit, make sure to submit all assignments as Microsoft Word Documents or PDF’s, and make sure to include your name in the document name (for example: firstname.lastname.SBS320.writtenproject.docx). This assignment is due no later than Sunday May 16th at 11:55pm. No late work will be accepted.

    Scenario One: One Population Mean Large Sample:

    Prompt:

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    Writing Question

    In the principles that reflect hedonism and wanting to pursue an object with the hopes of itbeing able to provide the happiness that each individual desires, I would choose not to plug into themachine. The machine, theoretically built in order to produce the same outcome of what happensin real life but through a machine, is something that brings intrigue and curiosity when firstintroduced but for me, I think actually experiencing these things in the real world gives it muchmore authenticity and experience than just being plugged into the machine. For me, the pursuit ofactual happiness means living the life that we so rightfully deserve and want for ourselves and Ithink this can only be done by actually going out in the real world and getting to experience all thethings that life has to offer. With the experience machine, we would be able to do the same thing aswell as produce the same outcome but would the feeling actually still remain the same? Would plugging into the machine help us gain the real life experiences and happiness that we want toachieve? With the emerging technology today, it can be hard for many people to avoid theaddiction towards new tools and gadgets such as a virtual or augmented reality which holds thesame principles as the experience machine and for me, these gadgets that aim to give off the sameexperience that it does in the real world does not satisfy my lust for the authentic life experiencesthat help me learn and actually experience the real world. I would not choose to plug in becausethis kind of concept, although only theoretical, is something that I think for me is a challenge ofwhether or not I would choose to actually experience life by itself and actually learn through thetough times and challenges, or just live it all through being plugged into a machine. I choose to be brave and pursue the happiness that I deserve by actually experiencing what life has to offer through real and authentic experiences.

    1)

    For this assignment, I’d like you to re-write the essay you wrote on hedonism in Week 2 – the experience machine. But I’d like you to focus on making it clearer and simpler, using the technique of writing as though your audience is a 12-year old. The changes don’t have to be major – just revise in a way that you think improves the clarity of the writing.

    I will attach the handout on hedonism, so you can understand the essay. You can find the experience machine on the 3rd page, section B

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    Writing Question

    Description:

    In the Week 1 and Week 2 Lessons, we have read about two steps of the BIG6 model: task definition and information seeking strategies (CO1 & 2). As you consider the Week 7 Final Project, you will complete a project plan to help you focus your energies and generate ideas to help you be successful academically. To complete the Week 2 Assignment: Project Plan, you have to complete Parts I and II.

    Part I:

    Click on the Assignment tab to review the instructions for the Week 7 Final Project. After you understand what is required in Week 7, write one or two sentences per bullet point (there are additional questions and points to help you flesh our your ideas):

    Topic:

    Choose a topic that is realistic and one that you want to learn more about.

    The topic might be a career field you want to go into or something else that deeply interests you.

    Scope and value:

    What is the scope of the topic and your research?

    What value does it bring to your life? To your professional life?

    Communication medium:

    How are you going to communicate your project?

    How will you make your presentation different and unique?

    Critical thinking questions:

    Pose different questions that will help you with your research and investigate your topic in more depth.

    Post critical questions that will push you to improve.

    Subtopics (optional).

    Brainstorming (optional).

    Part II:

    Part II is a reflective paragraph that represents your critical thinking process when thinking about possible sources and your research. You are NOT looking for specific sources now. Consider the best possible sources as presented in the week 2 Lesson. What type of sources will work best for your research? How can you support your project plan with credible, current, reliable, accurate, and relevant information?

    Once you complete Parts I and II, please submit as a WORD document.

    Consider the following:

    – Keep in mind that a robust project plan will help you with the Week 4 and Week 7 assignments.

    WEEK 7 PROject instructions attached; topic will be: Becoming a Networking Engineer

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    Writing Question

    Put the argument into a concrete shape, into an image, some hard phrase, round and solid as a ball, which they can see and handle and carry home with them, and the cause is half won.

    —Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Persuasion is a constant in each of our lives. No matter where we look, what we read, what we see, or who we interact with, we are inevitably going to encounter some form of persuasion. Advertisements want us to buy things. Newspapers and television want to convince us of how we should feel about events. We are put into positions where we must defend our thoughts and beliefs to others, and the process we apply is typically some form of persuasion.

    Persuasive writing is one of the most powerful forms of writing—it has the ability to influence one’s thoughts, and also the ability to change one’s mind about a particular issue. The persuasive essay is an ideal tool for supporting an opinion on an issue using researched facts and information. It also gives you the chance to recognize an opposing viewpoint and refute it, noting that those who hold the opposing viewpoint are the intended audience of the piece.

    In this assignment, you will write a persuasive essay that makes an argument about a change or a current issue in your major, a major you are interested in pursuing, or your field of work.

    The project has one milestone, which will be submitted earlier in the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. This milestone will be submitted in Module Five. The final submission is due in Module Seven.

    In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:

     Develop stylistically appropriate writing that incorporates strategies for writing to a given audience, subject, and purpose
     Incorporate feedback from peer review for improving the quality and effectiveness of one’s own writing
     Write informative introductions; coherent theses; well-developed, organized, and supported body paragraphs; and conclusions that are persuasive and

    supported by effective research
     Utilize appropriate research for developing a well-informed position through written composition

    Prompt

    For this essay, you will identify an issue in your current major, a major you are interested in pursuing, or your field of work. You will then establish an argument and support that argument with research and relevant evidence.

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    Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

    1. Introduction: This is where readers will have a chance to get an idea of what your essay will be about and what you will prove throughout. Do not give all of your information away here, but give readers a sample of what is to come. Do not forget to review your writing plan to make sure you are hitting all of the points that you planned out, while also stating your claim.
      1. Provides an overview of the issue you have selected, briefly describing main points and your argument.
      2. Compose an engaging thesis that states the argument that you will prove and support throughout your essay. This statement will give directionto your essay and should be well thought out.
    2. Body: The body is your opportunity to describe and support your argument in depth. Make sure your thoughts and evidence are clear and organized in a way that is easy for readers to follow and understand.
      1. Be sure that you write multiple paragraphs that are focused, clearly state their intent, and move logically from one to the other, building the thesis argument as the essay progresses.
      2. Your body paragraphs should support your argument by combining thoughts and ideas with evidence from sources. There is no such thing as a right or wrong argument; the key is how it is supported and the quality of the evidence used.
      3. Address and refute any opposing viewpoints to your argument. This is your chance to discredit any opposing views, thus strengthening your own.
    3. Conclusion: Think of the conclusion as a review of your argument. Use this section to restate your argument and remind readers of your supporting evidence. Think of this as your last chance to persuade readers to agree with you.
      1. Review your argument. This section should consist of a review of your main points employed to support your argument. Think of this as your last chance to prove your point or your closing arguments.
      2. Your conclusion should articulate insights about your argument established through your essay. This should follow logically from your essay, referring to key points or quotes used to support your argument.ENG 123 Final Project Rubric

    Guidelines for Submission: Your persuasive essay must be 5–7 pages in length (plus a cover page and references) and must be written in MLA or APA format.

    Save your work in a Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Then, check your writing for errors. Once you have proofread your document, submit it via the Final Project: Persuasive Essay link in Brightspace.

    references

    1. Identify your sources, including author, title, and the database information or website.

    Source 1-J.D., and Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCPAugust 23, 2021, By Allen Smithhttps://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/employment-law/pages/if-workers-refuse-a-covid-19-vaccination.aspx

    Covid-19 Vaccines: Get the facts

    https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cor…

    https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/hybrid-.. .Hybrid immunity’: Why people who had Covid should still get vaccinated

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    Writing Question


    • Your 3 -5 page essay should include a combination of your own ideas, analysis, observations and examples as they relate to the specific evidence and arguments made by Alexander and Pfaff and the DCJS Criminal Justice Case Processing Arrest through Disposition -New York State. Please do not answer these questions as a worksheet, but incorporate most of these questions into a flowing essay. Read Chapter 1 of Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindedness(New York: The New Press, 2011), 13. (available on Blackboard)
    • Read John Pfaff’s “Locked In” first chapter (on Blackboard) and this article https://www.themarshallproject.org/2017/02/09/ever… and listen to the following Podcast https://www.courtinnovation.org/publications/john-…
    • Read “DCJS Criminal Justice Case Processing Arrest through Disposition -New York State” and answer the following questions.
      • First, look at the “Annual Review” chart for New York City, the third on Page 1of the document (page 4 PDF) – What is happening to the number of felony arrests and prison sentences in New York City between 2017-2019.
      • Then Look at “Table 1 Felony and Misdemeanor Adult Arrests January – December” on Page 2and look at the New York City and Non New York City Graphs (2ndand 3rd). Look at the total number of felonies for both NYC and non-NYC and pay particular attention to the 2019 numbers for Class A Felony – Not Drug, Class A Felony – Drug, and Violent Felony Offense.
        • Which of these three types of felonies represents the largest number of felony arrests?
        • What do you notice about the difference between Vehicle Transit Law “VTL” and DWI Offenses and Drug offenses versus Violent Offenses when comparing Non–New York City and New York City?
      • Look at “Table 9A New York State Dispositions of Felony Indictments and SCIs by Top Superior Court Arraignment Charge (Other Felonies)” on Pages 20-21.
        • Pick three crimes (for Example PL 125 – Homicide/related). Look at the rows for “Felony Conviction” or “Dismissed – Acquitted” and state the level of convictions or dismissals state-wide for these crimes. Were you surprised by these findings?
      • Look at “Table 11 Cases Disposed: Trial vs. Non-Trial Felony Indictments and SCIs” on Page 24. How many trials were there in New York City? How many Trials are there versus Non-Trials (pleas or dismissals) per crime. What type of crime is MOST likely to go to trial.
      • Look at “Table 13A New York State Sentences for Non-YO Felony Convictions by Conviction Charge” on Page30.
        • Of8,639 total convictions in New York City, how many resulted in a Prison Sentence (>1 year) a jail sentence (<1 year), probation, or others?
        • How does this change based on the crime?
        • Which crime has the lowest percent of persons convicted sentenced to prison?
        • How does this differ between people who have no prior felony conviction versus those that have a prior felony conviction?
        • How does this change between New York City and Non-New York City?
    • What to do next?

    Locate Alexander’s key argument in the book. What is she arguing and why?Write an analytical essay in which you discuss whether you or not you support Alexander’s position on mass incarceration and race. Discuss specific points from the book that address Alexander’s main arguments. What specific steps can we take as a society to address mass incarceration.

    What does Pfaff argue is the cause of current mass incarceration? What is the role of the prosecutor in driving mass incarceration? What is the standard story? What data does Pfaff use to make his point? What is Pfaff’s critique of Michelle Alexander and the reforms undertaken to date? Is John Pfaff “color blind” or “tone deaf” on race and its role in the criminal justice system?

    What are your reactions to the DCJS Crime Data? Is there more or less crime than you expected in New York City? How do you feel about the level of convictions versus dismissal? Were you surprised at how many trials there are? What do you think about the sentences that people receive? Are they too tough or too lenient?

    Assuming that John Pfaff is at least partly correct in that violent crime is driving mass incarceration today, how can we deal with the issue of mass incarceration? What is the best way to prevent violent crime? What role can diversion or alternative actions by prosecutors make in reducing mass incarceration? What is the proper punishment for violent crime once a person has been convicted? Can people convicted of violent crimes be rehabilitated? When is incarceration an appropriate punishment for crime? What role does fear and electoral politics play in mass incarceration? Is there any hope for a cultural shift in the United States away from mass incarceration and a culture of punishment? Address specifically the challenges of dealing with violent crime from the perspective of both defendants, victims, and communities. How can we ensure public safety and uphold justice while reducing mass incarceration?

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    Writing Question

    This paper is a reflection on how I see things and also about the class. I will provide you the book that has the concept which we have used previously. I will provide you a little background around me when you accept this. Please Identify 3 concepts from the book. I will provide you with also some lecture slides so you know how to answer the questions. This paper should be 5 pages in length and in APA format. I will provide some class lectures and the book for a better understanding. Please answer all 9 questions.

    Prompt

    The purpose of reflective writing is to provide a medium for exploring personal and professional growth. This assignment also invites a “critical patriotism”, where you might consider the influence of nationality and its intersection with other social locations that shape your lens. Your personal reflection paper should be a minimum of 5 pages (APA-format, not including title and reference page) in length and demonstrate an ability to articulate concepts from the course readings and class discussions with cultural sensitivity and personal insight. You must identify 3 concepts that have stood out in the readings (using citations) and weave them into a reflective narrative about how it impacts meaning-making in your life. Grading for this assignment will take into consideration the quality and depth of your reflections; point deductions will be made for typos, grammar, and failure to respond completely or meet the minimum length.

    Please respond to the following prompts in your paper:

    What are the assumptions about cross-cultural conversations that I brought to this class?

    How have you noticed the influence of class, gender, sexuality, race, ableism, and other social locations influencing your worldview? How has your worldview been shaped by experiences of privilege or oppression?

    Have you traveled outside of your nation? If so, what cultural differences most stood out to you? What impact have international travels had on how you perceive your own country? If you have not traveled outside of your own nation, how may this affect your conceptualization of other nationalities?

    How are US healing practices similar or different from other US exports (I.E. Coke, McDonalds, Walmart)?

    What am I beginning to learn about myself?

    In what ways do I hope to grow?

    What has been the most impactful to me in the class?

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    Writing Question

    Here is what I have written as far as my topic to my teacher and why.

    Sources

    1) https://www.tpr.org/government-politics/2021-08-30/pregnant-texans-are-collateral-in-senate-bill-8s-battle-against-abortion (Links to an external site.)

    https://www.texastribune.org/2021/08/31/texas-abortion-law-supreme-court/ (Links to an external site.)

    2) I think that this particular topic of the abortion ban in Texas relates to the topic of Texas in the Federal system because, this is such a personal issue, and having to do with the rights of womens autonomy. Since certain powers are granted between the federal government and the state it can make it a challenging issue, and where sometimes the federal government will have to get involved. For example, the Supreme Court case Shelby County v. Holder case regarding the constitutionality of the Voting Right Act of 1965 Section 5 and Section 4(b),

    My professor’s feedback: Great topic Jade! So, I mentioned court cases in your previous message. I would suggest looking into a case called Planned Parenthood v. Casey which is kind of the crux of abortion being a federalism topic. Basically, the SCOTUS acknowledged that the states cannot outright ban abortion but can regulate it…so long as that regulation doesn’t place an undue burden on women seeking one. With this new Texas law, it seems to be a weird challenge to the Casey ruling in that the state is not enforcing the ban, citizens are….is this a sidestep around the current understanding of state regulation of abortion? That’s the question here. Also, look into TRAP laws too. This info will help you craft a stronger argument as to why this is a federalism issue.

    I will attach the instructions for the essay below.

    Please include one in-text citation for every body paragraph

    No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg

    Please use the sources I have provided. If you use additional ones please be sure that they are scholarly sources published within the last five years, so between 2017-2021

    Please be sure to include an introduction with a clear thesis statement and conclusion

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    Writing Question

    This guideline provides you with some important guidance for researching and collecting useful sources for your Community analysis assignment.This assignment requires you to analyze, which means to break something down into parts so that you can understand how the components work together as a whole. First, you need to choose a community to analyze. Because analysis means that you want to understand your topic as fully as possible, you may choose a more focused discourse community. Ideally, you will choose a community that interests you, or perhaps one in which you are a member. Let’s look for example at the website of the Generations United (GU) www.gu.org throughout this guideline. The website provides comprehensive information about the organization and encourages visitors to get involved. The organization has posted their testimonials and information about their accomplishments. Testimonials and reports, as well as other materials on the website are presented in the form of texts, pictures, videos, charts, and other formats. The organization also uses various media formats, such as infographics, videos, and transcripts at raising awareness on generational issues. You may start with some description about the community. Define the mission, goals, and objectives of the community. For example, the vision of GU is a “A world that values and engages all generations” and the mission is to improve the lives of children, youth, and older people through intergenerational collaboration, public policies, and programs for the enduring benefit of all. www.gu.org/who-we-are/Next, you need to provide some background information about the organization. Some questions you might seek to answer include: Who are the members / partners of this community? How long has the organization been in this business?https://www.gu.org/who-we-are/partners/How does the community create and share knowledge? how do they share information relevant to their work? What kind of materials do they produce? Who are their audiences?Ex. lesson plans, handouts, videos, presentations, articles, interviews, and so on, and so forth. These documents helps us understand how people in the community do their business and share information and knowledge. Looking at GU documents and resources www.gu.org/resources/ , what audiences are their communications geared at? The audience and purpose determine where and how the message will be communicated.What genres and text forms does the community regularly use?See GU annual report www.gu.org/app/uploads/2020/05/AnnualReport-2018.p… How does the community reflect various assumptions, values, and beliefs of the group or culture at large? See the following site for GU core values www.gu.org/who-we-are/mission/

    What are some of the documents the community uses in order to make decisions? These may include government documents or publications by professionals that allow you to see how the members of your community are portrayed and how their communication practices come through. For example, the strategic plan posted on this website was created while I was serving as Assistant Deputy Director and then Deputy Director of Public Health Department at County of San Diego during 2013-2018. www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/dam/sdc/hhsa/progra…013-2018.pdf Analysis is more than simply reporting information or summarizing your information about the community/ organization (not just on describing the group in general). The first part of your textbook has provided you with knowledge about the multiple dimensions of persons, and the assignments focused on you as a person and helping you understand your preferences in terms of interaction with environment. Knowledge about the self, values, and ethics are ingredients of knowing what community to choose for this assignment and you want to emphasis when you are practicing social work in your career. Analyzing your information means drawing an original conclusion about some aspect of your chosen community. Analyzing means asking what is interesting about how your community functions? What surprises you about the community? Did you find something confusing/conflicting or troubling about the community’s practices?The second part of your textbook has provided you with knowledge about the multiple dimensions of environments and the role that environment plays in human behavior. Some questions you might seek to answer in your analysis may include:How does the community construct culture and beliefs about what is important/ unimportant, desirable/undesirable, right/ wrong (Chapter 8) and how these values are aligned/ unaligned with your personal values? Chapter 9 recognizes national and global trends in eight major social institutions (government and political, economic, education, health care, social welfare, religious, mass media, and family and kinship). Which social institution your community falls under and how does the community provide order and stability to society and order to individual lives?Chapter 12 explores the differences between formal organizations in terms of size, structure, culture, goals, functions, etc. Has the community in your study meet environmental demands and has adapted to environmental change (social, political, cultural, technological, etc.)? has the relationships changed over time?Chapter 13 provides you with a definition of community in the social work context and explores long-standing disagreements about social work’s relationship to community centers on four points of tension: community as context for practice versus target of practice, agency orientation versus social action, conflict model versus collaborative model, and expert versus partner in the social change process. What social justice issues are involved in those conflicts

    and What approaches to community practice do you think could be useful in helping to manage these disagreements in your selected community?

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    Word count at least 650, 2 full pages essay.

    Write your literature review.

    • A literature review is not an annotated bibliography. A literature review has nothing to do with an annotated bibliography.
    • A literature review is not a string of article reports.
    • Now that we’ve got that out of the way, pay careful attention to what the study authors do in the early sections of their own essays. After the introduction, each of them will do a literature review. It should resemble what I describe in the next bullet point, but one of the best things you can do is follow the examples in the articles you’re assigned to read.
    • A good literature review takes one or more specific ideas and tracks them through how they are developed in several published works.
    • Let’s say I assigned you to do a literature review on “faith” in the Bible.
    • You might start with Genesis 15:6 and say Abraham was counted righteous because he trusted God.
    • You might proceed to Habakkuk 2:4 and note that the righteous one who lives by faith is contrasted to the proud one.
    • You might cite several of the accounts of Jesus’ healing miracles from the gospels, where He told people that their faith had made them well, and Matthew 13:58 where He did no miracles because the people had no faith.
    • You might then go to Paul’s explanation in Ephesians 2:8-9 that by grace we are saved through faith, and that by God’s gift, and not by our works.
    • And you might wind up with James, who said faith without works was dead.
    • After you’d found all those references, you would trace the idea of faith through all those locations in the Bible, and more if you found them. Your objective in the writing would be to show how the idea developed, how it proceeded from start through growth to fullness, or how one way of understanding it was the simplest, and subsequent explanations complicated it until it was a complex idea, or that one explanation of it was crude and inaccurate, and subsequent explanations refined it and corrected mistakes until it was reliable. All of those are possibilities.
    • But notice, in what I describe, that you would not paraphrase the entire book of Genesis, or the entire Gospel, or the entire book of James. You would focus on what each work said about faith, and only on that.
    • Another illustration:
    • Imagine you arrive late to a party, and everyone is enjoying a really complicated and heated discussion on a difficult topic. You want to take part, but the conversation is thirty minutes in, and everyone keeps referring to things already said, which leaves you lost.
    • A kindhearted person sitting next to you leans over and whispers in your ear, “Well, it started when he said this, and then she said that, and then that guy back over in the corner said this, and then this lady on the couch said this, and now you’re completely up to speed.”
    • You, in writing a literature review, are guiding your reader through the way multiple authors have been in conversation with each other over the phenomenon that is the subject of your lit review.
    • The kindhearted person by the door wouldn’t tell you each speaker’s entire life story, or their opinions on every subject, but just their contribution to that discussion.
    • The most common mistake people make on this assignment is to write a book report on each article, and then string those book reports together and call the result a literature review. That’s not your objective.

    Step Four: Edit and submit your literature review.

    For guidance on that, see the instructions about the Triple Jump and the errors I’m marking most frequently.

      • Here is a (fake) example of what it should look like when you write about several studies, and apply their findings to one another in the fashion that should happen in a literature review:

    “Listening comprehension is a perennial issue in listening scholarship, since it’s one, but not the only, measure of listening effectiveness. Smith (1944) introduced the concept with a study that administered instructions to two different groups of allied soldiers, one of which was allowed to ask questions, while the other group simply listened to the entire presentation. Smith found that listening comprehension was improved by the opportunity to ask questions. Jones (1962) cast doubt on Smith’s findings, with a study that suggested questions disrupted the speaker’s organization and led to less accurate recall over the next forty-eight hours. Brown (1965) adjusted the parameters of Jones’ study by having the speaker present material, then take questions, then take concluding remarks. But Brown cautioned that Smith’s question about listening comprehension wasn’t fully answered by any of the three studies, and that improved measures of retention would need to correct for IQ and culture. Johnson (1968) attempted to replicate Jones’ findings, but introduced the variable of sex, examining organization and recall effects when female speakers spoke to male audiences and vice-versa. Johnson found that same-sex and male to female presentations showed minimal difference, but female to male presentations were less affected by disorganization than by responsiveness. Brown’s allusion to culture may explain some of Johnson’s findings if Tannen’s theory (1992) that women and men operate as two different cultures is correct, but without an experimental condition that includes uninterrupted listening, Smith’s original inquiry into the effect of question and answer in promoting retention is no longer the focus.”

    “Smith (1944) did a study that had findings X, Y and Z. Smith concluded that listening was nice.

    “Speaking of nice, Jones (1962) finds that listening behaviors result in perceptions that the listener is nice. Jones did a study with this method and these findings, and recommended that people in intimate relationships work on their listening.

    “Speaking of people, Brown (1965) studied the ways people listen at work …”

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    Writing question

    nstructions (What to Do and How to Do it): Describe interventions to improve clinical and financial outcomes for a population.

     Describe gaps in health
     Define at least three interventions based on gaps in health
     For each intervention describe:
    o Problem: describe the specific problem identified being address through your intervention
    o Target Population: description of not only target population but method for identification/risk stratification of this group
    o Planned Intervention: describe your intervention
    o Stakeholders: both internal and external partners
    o Anticipated Clinical and/or Financial Outcome: describe not only the anticipated clinical and/or financial outcomes in terms of the general society but to the health system reference evidence supporting your intervention
    o Metrics to Assess Success
    o Financing: both description of the cost of the program and funding

    You can choose one of three paths for this assignment: (A) either complete the Aetna’s Foundation Grant, (B) the Jefferson Hearst Population Health Award submission or (C) any other grant that you may be interested in actually pursuing in this same area of innovative population health interventions. If you choose option C please stay true to both the focus of the Aetna and Jefferson Hearst programs. Aetna, for example is an example of Population Health based initiatives for community-based groups. The grant “seeks to support communities’ efforts to become healthier places to live, work, learn, play and pray.” Submissions are invited that address the social determinants of health, mental, physical, social and emotional well-being of the target community’s population.

    This assignment can be the foundation for your Capstone project (link to Capstone description)

    • Required Resources: For this assignment, you’ll begin by reviewing the Aetna Foundation’s Request for Proposal (RFP) for their grant program, Cultivating Healthy Communities (https://www.aetna-foundation.org/grants-partnerships/grants/cultivating-healthy-communities-rfp.html ). You’ll then be addressing specified requirements of the RFP in developing your own proposal.
    • How to Complete and Submit: explain where/how the assignment is to be completed and submitted
    • File Naming convention: provide pattern for file name and give example
    • Acceptable File Formats for this Assignment: Word Excel PowerPoint Open Office

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    Writing Question


    Word count at least 650, 2 full pages essay.

    Write your literature review.

    • A literature review is not an annotated bibliography. A literature review has nothing to do with an annotated bibliography.
    • A literature review is not a string of article reports.
    • Now that we’ve got that out of the way, pay careful attention to what the study authors do in the early sections of their own essays. After the introduction, each of them will do a literature review. It should resemble what I describe in the next bullet point, but one of the best things you can do is follow the examples in the articles you’re assigned to read.
    • A good literature review takes one or more specific ideas and tracks them through how they are developed in several published works.
    • Let’s say I assigned you to do a literature review on “faith” in the Bible.
    • You might start with Genesis 15:6 and say Abraham was counted righteous because he trusted God.
    • You might proceed to Habakkuk 2:4 and note that the righteous one who lives by faith is contrasted to the proud one.
    • You might cite several of the accounts of Jesus’ healing miracles from the gospels, where He told people that their faith had made them well, and Matthew 13:58 where He did no miracles because the people had no faith.
    • You might then go to Paul’s explanation in Ephesians 2:8-9 that by grace we are saved through faith, and that by God’s gift, and not by our works.
    • And you might wind up with James, who said faith without works was dead.
    • After you’d found all those references, you would trace the idea of faith through all those locations in the Bible, and more if you found them. Your objective in the writing would be to show how the idea developed, how it proceeded from start through growth to fullness, or how one way of understanding it was the simplest, and subsequent explanations complicated it until it was a complex idea, or that one explanation of it was crude and inaccurate, and subsequent explanations refined it and corrected mistakes until it was reliable. All of those are possibilities.
    • But notice, in what I describe, that you would not paraphrase the entire book of Genesis, or the entire Gospel, or the entire book of James. You would focus on what each work said about faith, and only on that.
    • Another illustration:
    • Imagine you arrive late to a party, and everyone is enjoying a really complicated and heated discussion on a difficult topic. You want to take part, but the conversation is thirty minutes in, and everyone keeps referring to things already said, which leaves you lost.
    • A kindhearted person sitting next to you leans over and whispers in your ear, “Well, it started when he said this, and then she said that, and then that guy back over in the corner said this, and then this lady on the couch said this, and now you’re completely up to speed.”
    • You, in writing a literature review, are guiding your reader through the way multiple authors have been in conversation with each other over the phenomenon that is the subject of your lit review.
    • The kindhearted person by the door wouldn’t tell you each speaker’s entire life story, or their opinions on every subject, but just their contribution to that discussion.
    • The most common mistake people make on this assignment is to write a book report on each article, and then string those book reports together and call the result a literature review. That’s not your objective.

    Step Four: Edit and submit your literature review.

    For guidance on that, see the instructions about the Triple Jump and the errors I’m marking most frequently.

      • Here is a (fake) example of what it should look like when you write about several studies, and apply their findings to one another in the fashion that should happen in a literature review:

    “Listening comprehension is a perennial issue in listening scholarship, since it’s one, but not the only, measure of listening effectiveness. Smith (1944) introduced the concept with a study that administered instructions to two different groups of allied soldiers, one of which was allowed to ask questions, while the other group simply listened to the entire presentation. Smith found that listening comprehension was improved by the opportunity to ask questions. Jones (1962) cast doubt on Smith’s findings, with a study that suggested questions disrupted the speaker’s organization and led to less accurate recall over the next forty-eight hours. Brown (1965) adjusted the parameters of Jones’ study by having the speaker present material, then take questions, then take concluding remarks. But Brown cautioned that Smith’s question about listening comprehension wasn’t fully answered by any of the three studies, and that improved measures of retention would need to correct for IQ and culture. Johnson (1968) attempted to replicate Jones’ findings, but introduced the variable of sex, examining organization and recall effects when female speakers spoke to male audiences and vice-versa. Johnson found that same-sex and male to female presentations showed minimal difference, but female to male presentations were less affected by disorganization than by responsiveness. Brown’s allusion to culture may explain some of Johnson’s findings if Tannen’s theory (1992) that women and men operate as two different cultures is correct, but without an experimental condition that includes uninterrupted listening, Smith’s original inquiry into the effect of question and answer in promoting retention is no longer the focus.”

    “Smith (1944) did a study that had findings X, Y and Z. Smith concluded that listening was nice.

    “Speaking of nice, Jones (1962) finds that listening behaviors result in perceptions that the listener is nice. Jones did a study with this method and these findings, and recommended that people in intimate relationships work on their listening.

    “Speaking of people, Brown (1965) studied the ways people listen at work …”

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    Writing Question

    In this project, you will refresh your understanding of the research process and the steps to plan a research strategy, an important element of information literacy. Take a few minutes to watch this video “What is Information Literacy?” In this project, you’ll determine what information you need, develop a search strategy to find that information, and evaluate it to determine if it fits your needs. You’ll use the information wisely and ethically to build your research paper.

    Turn Research Into Compelling Graduate-Level Analysis

    After reviewing the many sources available to you, you will choose those that are relevant, timely, and helpful to your understanding of the issues of your industry or field of study. This should enable you to refine your search terms to find resources that will help you identify the top trends in your industry. A trend could be something well-known in the industry, a new development, or something you consider unrecognized or disputed. It is recommended that you choose the industry or subject area of your graduate program, so that your research will prepare you for your program of study.

    Your research will provide evidence for your conclusions about the trends you choose, and your initial choices may change as you read more deeply. Review resources in periodicals, journals, newspapers, industry blogs, and other websites to choose the best references to inform your choice of trends. Use industry-specific keywords and take notes on your reading because you will be building on this research for the next phase in which you will choose an issue of interest (it could be within one of the three top trends or it could be new) and conduct deeper research.

    In the scenario, your research paper is intended to prepare the search committee members to interview candidates by informing them about the emerging, contemporary trends and issues in your field or industry. If your committee is well-prepared to interview candidates rigorously, your organization will be poised to choose the best person for the job. Good luck!

    Tip: As you find resources that you expect to use in your project, you should capture the information for the reference citations, which will go on your References page. You can begin building your References page in the project template. If you are rusty on formatting reference citations, use the APA 7 citation examples to get the order of things right.

    This project will prepare you for more complex research projects. You will refine your ability to find and evaluate information. Using appropriate citing skills, you will produce a paper that demonstrates well-reasoned, well-supported analysis. There are four steps that will lead you through this project. Begin by watching the video above, which introduces the fictional scenario that provides the framework for this project. Then continue to Step 1 to start your research.

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    Writing Question

    These are the directions:

    • write a 4- to 6-page academic essay (at least 1500 words), employing MLA Style formatting and documentation throughout
    • The essay should have a minimum of 6 paragraphs, including an introduction, 4 body paragraphs, and a conclusion.
    • Develop body paragraphs which incorporate quoted and detailed evidence from Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and Gods of Jade and Shadow, using proper MLA format to cite the texts.
      • Quoted evidence should be incorporated thoughtfully and thoroughly into the essay by establishing context, introducing the quoted/paraphrased/summarized passages, and explaining how the passages support the main ideas of the body paragraphs and the essay as a whole.
      • Include at least three quoted passages and scenes from three different sources in each body paragraph.
      • To write a well-developed body paragraph, they should be no less than 250 words each.
    • Conclude your essay with a well-developed reflection of the theme and its significance. Answer the proverbial “So what?” question. What can we, your readers, gain or learn from your analysis?
    • Outside sources are not allowed for this essay.

    Here is the thesis statement and the topic sentences for the body paragraphs:

    Thesis: All three main characters were immature in the beginning of all the stories and they all had specific characteristics that made them want to take on the adventure given to them.

    TS1: All three heroes that took on their adventure, ran into hurdles that made them almost want to quit their adventure, but they pushed through it.

    TS2: I believe that all three characters were disobedient to the demands that other people gave them, but it was a lesson they learned too.

    TS3: They all had a phase of regret on their rebellious action.

    TS4: Overall, after all the decisions they made it either set them to freedom or gave them more trouble overall

    https://www.scripts.com/script-pdf/703 – This is the Transcript of the crouching tiger movie.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rrLZv9LHBI1_Ye… -This is the transcript to the hunt for the wilderpeople.

    There is also the book called Gods of Jade and Shadow, I will tip you if you buy the book to get quotes because I don’t have a link to five you and It won’t allow me to give you my kindle account.

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    Writing Question

    For this question, it is actually 2 separate papers. I included them together because she wants them to be about the same person and use similar work cited for both of them, which more information is provided for the two down below. The research paper needs to be 1500 words and the annotated bibliography needs to be 1000 words. I put 2500 words in total for this question for the added up total for both papers. I would ideally like my paper to be on George Orwell, but if another one works better for you then that could be fine as well. I wasn’t sure about pricing but if this is more than the given price I will be gladly to tip extra. Thank you!

    Research Paper Details:

    • Your paper must focus on one specific author. You can choose the topic around that author but it should be limited to the works of one author. Your paper CAN NOT be a biography. This is a literary analysis paper only.
    • This author must be the writer of classical fiction. Pop fiction and non-fiction are not options for this paper.
    • Your paper must be in MLA format
    • You must have a minimum of five secondary sources (written by someone else about the author you chose) in addition to primary sources (literary works by the author). Any sources listed on your Works Cited page MUST be referenced somewhere in your paper. You may not list a source that you did not use.
    • You must have a title page, a Works Cited page, and the body of your paper must be at least 1500 words long.
    • Quoted material may not make up more than 1/5 of your paper.
    • You may not use a font larger than 14, you must use either Times New Roman, Courier, or Arial font.
    • You must use 1-inch margins

    As you begin the process of choosing topics for your research paper, I want to clarify the issue of focus and research. First, the focus of your paper MUST be on the literature that author has produced. Look for common themes among works or the significance of that author’s works, etc. Do the research FIRST before you decide the focus, which brings me to my second important issue. You already know that you must have a minimum of five secondary sources (these are research documents written ABOUT the author, not by the author). But these five required sources must focus on the literature as well. Having two sources about the literature and three sources about the author’s life will not meet the requirement. If there is something significant about the author’s life that impacted the literature that is fine to include, but that should be a resource that is listed in addition to the five sources solely dedicated to literary analysis. Your sources MUST be quality, academic sources. You should NOT include references such as SparkNotes, CliffsNotes, or other sources designed to provide short cuts to the process. Also note that the 5th essay in this course is the actual annotated bibliography for his course, so you need to get started on this research paper ASAP. Please see the Annotated Bibliography instructions below this entry.

    Again, I strongly, strongly recommend that you do your research first. Then you’ll know what is available in terms of research about the author you are choosing.

    I thought it might be helpful for you to see some of the research paper topics from previous students to give you ideas as you begin deciding your own topics. Remember that your paper must focus on the literary works of one author. It cannot in any way, shape or form be a biography of that author!

    1. Charles Dickens–how his views on politics and socialism are reflected in his writings

    2. George Orwell’s views on totalitarianism as expressed in his writing

    3. Nikki Giovanni–how her views on civil rights and equality are expressed in her writing

    4. Maya Angelou- Her view on how powerful words could be though poetry

    5. William Shakespeare — views of love and hate in his writings

    6. Jane Austen and her support of rather than subversion of the conservative values of the society in which she lived and how that was expressed through her literature

    7. Ernest Hemingway and how he perceives and expresses relationships in his writing

    8. Ms. Sonia Sanchez on how her words through poetry differentiate between black people and white people, men and women, and cultures

    ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Details:

    This assignment is your 5th graded essay. Make sure you read and follow these instructions carefully.

    An annotated bibliography is a list of secondary source citations with a short overview of each essay’s main argument. ALL OF THESE SOURCES SHOULD BE QUOTED/REFERENCED IN YOUR FINAL RESEARCH PAPER. The educational goal is to 1) gather information necessary for your final research paper and 2) to train yourself in finding other authors’ theses sentences so you can write your own.

    For this assignment you should:

    1. List at least six secondary sources in alphabetical order. These should include 3 books and 3 journal articles.

    2. Include all information required by the MLA style for the citation. You can find this in your handbook.

    3. Include a 75-100 word summary of each source, which should include direct quotes. The goal here is for you to find the author’s thesis sentence. Please note: Your annotated bibliography entries will be much longer than the examples offered below.

    4. Be proofread for grammar errors. For style guidance, go to https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/ (Links to an external site.)

    Your bibliography should look something like this (only with longer entries):

    An Annotated Bibliography of Works about Edna St. Vincent Millay, 1974-1993
    With Supplement (1912-1973)

    Adler, Amy. Rev. of Edna St. Vincent Millay: Poet, by Carolyn Daffron. School Library Journal 36 (Mar. 1990): 243.

    While few students are familiar with M’s poems, “even fewer understand [their] impact on the political and social structure of her time.” Daffron’s book will be welcomed by students once they are introduced to it.

    Agosta, Lucien L. “Millay, Edna St. Vincent.” Notable Women in the American Theatre. Ed. Alice M. Robinson, Vera Mowry Roberts, and Milly S. Barranger. New York: Greenwood, 1989. 640-44.

    Lists M’s contributions to American theater. She “attended at the birth of serious American drama and helped to create an atmosphere in which it could flourish.”

    Alkalay-Gut, Karen. “Poetry by Women in America: Esthetics in Evolution.” Canadian Review of American Studies 14 (1983): 239-56.

    M is named as being among “the first burst of women poets who wrote as women, from the point of view of women, with the concerns of women.” She is among those who had “something to say about being female.” Finds that M engages in “hiding” and in “protecting the self,” often using a male persona and identifying with a male perspective.

    Allen, Gilbert. “Millay and Modernism.” Critical Essays on Edna St. Vincent Millay. Ed. William B. Thesing. Boston: Hall, 1993. 266-72.

    Original to this volume. Discussion of Popular Modernism and High Modernism and M’s place in the movements. She scorned High Modernism and tried to satisfy “both her traditional sense of eloquence and the demands of her many subjects.” While M’s reputation declined, the “overall quality” of her work did not. Her “stylistic uncertainty” and her social consciousness poems place her outside the High Modernism movement. Her place in 20th century poetry is not yet defined.

    American Theatre Companies, 1888-1930. Ed. Weldon B. Durham. New York: Greenwood, 1987.
    Brief mention of M as an important writer whose plays were produced by the Provincetown Players.

    Anderson, Maxwell. “Second April.” Critical Essays on Edna St. Vincent Millay. Thesing. 37-38.
    Reprinted from The Measure No. 7 (Sept. 1921): 17. Review of Second April.

    The major flaw is the frequent use of insignificant or fantastic themes. The virtues include “an almost flawless sensitiveness to phrase,” definiteness of object, and accurate, homely imagery. The sonnets show that M has matured personally since RN.

    August, Bonnie Tymorski. “The Poetic Use of Womanhod in Five Modern American Poets: Moore, Millay, Rukeyser, Levertov, and Plath.” Diss. New York U, 1978. DAI-A 39/06 (1978): 3576.For this question, it is actually 2 separate papers. I included them together because she wants them to be about the same person and use similar work cited for both of them, which more information is provided for the two down below. The research paper needs to be 1500 words and the annotated bibliography needs to be 1000 words. I put 2500 words in total for this question for the added up total for both papers. I would ideally like my paper to be on George Orwell, but if another one works better for you then that could be fine as well. I wasn’t sure about pricing but if this is more than the given price I will be gladly to tip extra. Thank you!

    Research Paper Details:

    • Your paper must focus on one specific author. You can choose the topic around that author but it should be limited to the works of one author. Your paper CAN NOT be a biography. This is a literary analysis paper only.
    • This author must be the writer of classical fiction. Pop fiction and non-fiction are not options for this paper.
    • Your paper must be in MLA format
    • You must have a minimum of five secondary sources (written by someone else about the author you chose) in addition to primary sources (literary works by the author). Any sources listed on your Works Cited page MUST be referenced somewhere in your paper. You may not list a source that you did not use.
    • You must have a title page, a Works Cited page, and the body of your paper must be at least 1500 words long.
    • Quoted material may not make up more than 1/5 of your paper.
    • You may not use a font larger than 14, you must use either Times New Roman, Courier, or Arial font.
    • You must use 1-inch margins

    As you begin the process of choosing topics for your research paper, I want to clarify the issue of focus and research. First, the focus of your paper MUST be on the literature that author has produced. Look for common themes among works or the significance of that author’s works, etc. Do the research FIRST before you decide the focus, which brings me to my second important issue. You already know that you must have a minimum of five secondary sources (these are research documents written ABOUT the author, not by the author). But these five required sources must focus on the literature as well. Having two sources about the literature and three sources about the author’s life will not meet the requirement. If there is something significant about the author’s life that impacted the literature that is fine to include, but that should be a resource that is listed in addition to the five sources solely dedicated to literary analysis. Your sources MUST be quality, academic sources. You should NOT include references such as SparkNotes, CliffsNotes, or other sources designed to provide short cuts to the process. Also note that the 5th essay in this course is the actual annotated bibliography for his course, so you need to get started on this research paper ASAP. Please see the Annotated Bibliography instructions below this entry.

    Again, I strongly, strongly recommend that you do your research first. Then you’ll know what is available in terms of research about the author you are choosing.

    I thought it might be helpful for you to see some of the research paper topics from previous students to give you ideas as you begin deciding your own topics. Remember that your paper must focus on the literary works of one author. It cannot in any way, shape or form be a biography of that author!

    1. Charles Dickens–how his views on politics and socialism are reflected in his writings

    2. George Orwell’s views on totalitarianism as expressed in his writing

    3. Nikki Giovanni–how her views on civil rights and equality are expressed in her writing

    4. Maya Angelou- Her view on how powerful words could be though poetry

    5. William Shakespeare — views of love and hate in his writings

    6. Jane Austen and her support of rather than subversion of the conservative values of the society in which she lived and how that was expressed through her literature

    7. Ernest Hemingway and how he perceives and expresses relationships in his writing

    8. Ms. Sonia Sanchez on how her words through poetry differentiate between black people and white people, men and women, and cultures

    ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Details:

    This assignment is your 5th graded essay. Make sure you read and follow these instructions carefully.

    An annotated bibliography is a list of secondary source citations with a short overview of each essay’s main argument. ALL OF THESE SOURCES SHOULD BE QUOTED/REFERENCED IN YOUR FINAL RESEARCH PAPER. The educational goal is to 1) gather information necessary for your final research paper and 2) to train yourself in finding other authors’ theses sentences so you can write your own.

    For this assignment you should:

    1. List at least six secondary sources in alphabetical order. These should include 3 books and 3 journal articles.

    2. Include all information required by the MLA style for the citation. You can find this in your handbook.

    3. Include a 75-100 word summary of each source, which should include direct quotes. The goal here is for you to find the author’s thesis sentence. Please note: Your annotated bibliography entries will be much longer than the examples offered below.

    4. Be proofread for grammar errors. For style guidance, go to https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/ (Links to an external site.)

    Your bibliography should look something like this (only with longer entries):

    An Annotated Bibliography of Works about Edna St. Vincent Millay, 1974-1993
    With Supplement (1912-1973)

    Adler, Amy. Rev. of Edna St. Vincent Millay: Poet, by Carolyn Daffron. School Library Journal 36 (Mar. 1990): 243.

    While few students are familiar with M’s poems, “even fewer understand [their] impact on the political and social structure of her time.” Daffron’s book will be welcomed by students once they are introduced to it.

    Agosta, Lucien L. “Millay, Edna St. Vincent.” Notable Women in the American Theatre. Ed. Alice M. Robinson, Vera Mowry Roberts, and Milly S. Barranger. New York: Greenwood, 1989. 640-44.

    Lists M’s contributions to American theater. She “attended at the birth of serious American drama and helped to create an atmosphere in which it could flourish.”

    Alkalay-Gut, Karen. “Poetry by Women in America: Esthetics in Evolution.” Canadian Review of American Studies 14 (1983): 239-56.

    M is named as being among “the first burst of women poets who wrote as women, from the point of view of women, with the concerns of women.” She is among those who had “something to say about being female.” Finds that M engages in “hiding” and in “protecting the self,” often using a male persona and identifying with a male perspective.

    Allen, Gilbert. “Millay and Modernism.” Critical Essays on Edna St. Vincent Millay. Ed. William B. Thesing. Boston: Hall, 1993. 266-72.

    Original to this volume. Discussion of Popular Modernism and High Modernism and M’s place in the movements. She scorned High Modernism and tried to satisfy “both her traditional sense of eloquence and the demands of her many subjects.” While M’s reputation declined, the “overall quality” of her work did not. Her “stylistic uncertainty” and her social consciousness poems place her outside the High Modernism movement. Her place in 20th century poetry is not yet defined.

    American Theatre Companies, 1888-1930. Ed. Weldon B. Durham. New York: Greenwood, 1987.
    Brief mention of M as an important writer whose plays were produced by the Provincetown Players.

    Anderson, Maxwell. “Second April.” Critical Essays on Edna St. Vincent Millay. Thesing. 37-38.
    Reprinted from The Measure No. 7 (Sept. 1921): 17. Review of Second April.

    The major flaw is the frequent use of insignificant or fantastic themes. The virtues include “an almost flawless sensitiveness to phrase,” definiteness of object, and accurate, homely imagery. The sonnets show that M has matured personally since RN.

    August, Bonnie Tymorski. “The Poetic Use of Womanhod in Five Modern American Poets: Moore, Millay, Rukeyser, Levertov, and Plath.” Diss. New York U, 1978. DAI-A 39/06 (1978): 3576.

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    Writing Question

    Human Sexuality Research Topics: Select one topic from the items below and email the professor your topic three choices. The professor will respond with a topic, that will be the research for this course. All research papers must be submitted in APA formatting.

    Directions: You will explore two sides of a controversial issue. You will have to research both sides of the issue and present facts on both sides. Select a topic that you have a strong opinion about. Remember, this assignment is about FACTS; facts should be gathered from a reputable source (peer reviewed journals, not people, newspapers, etc). Once you select a topic below, Make your topic into a question. Brainstorm and do research. If you do not see a topic below, please consult with your professor.

    Instructions:

    Suggested Topics

    1. Infertility in the United States, include a discussion of female and male infertility and treatment options
    2. Identify the sexually transmitted infections and the associated risk factors
    3. Sexuality Across Cultures, taboos, female genital mutilation, child brides, sex trafficking, red light district, etc.
    4. How the media influences sexuality
    5. Is sex addiction real? Discuss sex addiction and pornography business
    6. The Transgender discussion and gender identity dysphoria
    7. Alternatives to Monogamy, other courtship styles
    8. Gender identity and gender roles
    9. Reproductive rights and the abortion debate
    10. Maternity care and postpartum care for minorities in the U.S. with an emphasis on the medical care coverage
    11. Bullying and the justice system for L.G.B.T.Q. communities
    12. Supporting victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through community outreach
    13. Sexuality education programming, abstinence only or comprehensive sexuality?
    14. LGBTQ + families, Adoption and Foster care by Lesbian and Gay parents in the United States: stigma, statistics, and social progress
    15. DSM IV TR disorders which are related to sexual functioning and atypical sexual behavior (paraphilias) and the internet Treatment of Sexual Disorders
    16. Discuss and explore gender differences specific to sexual functioning and the impact of gender role expectations on sexual functioning.
    17. Explore the ramifications of sexual victimization and identify treatment strategies

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    Writing Question

    write a summary of each chapter. Each chapter summary can be just half a page. Point out the most important topics discussed in the chapter. Double space and no larger than 12 font times/calibri. Upload summaries of each book in one document.

    write a half page summary of each chapter. Upload summaries in one document for each book

    choose any 7 books from the list

    The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

    Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck3

    How We Learn: The Surprising Truth About When, Where, and Why It Happens, Benedict Carey

    • Getting to Yes, by Roger Fisher and William Ury.



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    Writing Question

      Rough Draft Body 1 Summary

    1. Follow the directions below to create sentences, and then you will put it all together to make body paragraph 1 🙂
      To get full credit, you must work through this worksheet, answering all the questions, and then put those sentences together to create your paragraph.

    2. After you post, please review another student’s work with a minimum of 5 sentences, telling them what they did well, what things they could change to improve, and ask any questions you have.

    Part A: Use a transition + Write the topic sentence for your summary paragraph.
    Review the lecture on writing a summary to help you.

    Remember, a topic sentences for a summary requires the following:

    Author and book title + action verb + author’s thesis or big idea in chapters 4,5,6.

    Example: In his book Michael Dell turns the PC World Inside Out, Andrew E. Serwer claims that Dell’s low-cost, direct-sales strategy and high quality standards account for Dell’s enormous success.

    Action Verbs:

    argue

    state

    refute the claim

    suggest

    criticize

    claim

    report

    argue against

    recommend

    contend

    explain

    insist

    illustrate

    maintain

    discuss

    posit

    observe

    Write your topic sentence here:

    Part B: Briefly discuss major ideas in the 3 chapters

    Caution: Do not copy phrases or sentences. Instead, use your own words.

    Avoid unnecessary words like “This chapter discussed…” “I am going to tell you about…”

    Let the author speak. Keep yourself out of it. Don’t say anything like this: “To me, the most interesting…” “I was surprised to learn that…” Statements like these indicate a personal RESPONSE. They do not belong in a SUMMARY.

    Here’s an outline for summary sentences:

    Transition + In chapter 4, write 3 summary sentences capturing big ideas.
    Transition + In chapter 5, write 3 summary sentences capturing big ideas.
    Transition + In chapter 6, write 3 summary sentences capturing big ideas.
    [I know you may not have read chapter 6 yet, so no worries. You can add these two sentences in later 🙂 ]

    Write your sentences here:

    Part C: Write a concluding sentence that uses a simple transition like in conclusion and then re-states the thesis but in different words.

    Write your conclusion sentence here:

    Part D: Put your sentences together and write your summary paragraph below:

    Rough Draft Body 2 Argument/Counter-argument/rebuttal

    1. Follow the directions below to create sentences, and then you will put it all together to make body paragraph 2 🙂

    2. After you post, please review another student’s work with a minimum of 5 sentences, telling them what they did well, what things they could change to improve, and ask any questions you have.

    Part 1A: Transition + topic sentence that introduces an argument Gottman makes, a counter argument [why people might disagree], and a rebuttal [how would Gottman respond to what others say]

    Part 1B: The argument

    Transition + Main Point 1 Gottman argues that …

    Context + Quote from text illustrating argument.

    Explanation of how the quote supports the argument.

    Part 1C: Counterargument

    Transition + Main Point 2 where some people might disagree with Gottman because …

    Context + Quote from text illustrating counterargument

    Explanation of how the quote supports the counterargument

    Part 1D: Rebuttal

    Transition + Main Point 3 Gottman would say those people are wrong because …

    Context + Quote from text illustrating rebuttal

    Explanation of how the quote supports rebuttal

    Part 1E: Put all the above sentence together to create body paragraph 2 below:

    Rough Draft Body 3 Three Big Ideas

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    Part 1: Answer the questions below to create body paragraph #3

    Part 2: Once you have posted your answer, respond to a group mate with a minimum of 5 sentences to help them improve their paragraph.

    Part 1: Use Discussion 9B and choose one big idea from chapter 4, 5, 6 to create your paragraph following the below outline. You will notice we are using perfect paragraph structure like we did for Essay 1 🙂

    1. Use a transition and create a topic sentence to include the idea that 3 important concepts that help relationships found in Gottman’s text from chapters 4,5,6 are __________, ____________, _____________.

    2. Transition + main point 1 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 4
    Context + quote that illustrates the concept.
    Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.

    3. Transition + main point 2 sentence that explains an important concept in chapter 5
    Context + quote that illustrates the concept.
    Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.

    4. Transition + main point 3 sentence that explains tan important concept in chapter 6
    Context + quote that illustrates the concept
    Explanation of why this concept could help someone’s relationship.

    Discussion #10A – Rough Draft Introduction Essay 2

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    Part one: Create the following sentences required below and then put them together into your introduction paragraph.

    Part two: Once you have posted your answers, you will see your group mates. Reply with a minimum of 5 sentences to one person to help him / her improve their writing, ask a question and/or say what they did really well.

    A ] Creating the Hook

    Create 4 different kinds of hooks about the subject of this introduction – remember that this time we are focusing on chapters 4,5,6:

    1. Write an interesting statistic/fact about this subject that most people do not know – quote your source
    1. Write a famous quote which may apply to this subject – put the quote in quotation marks (author of quote)
    1. Write an important question that we might ask about the topic. [do not ask about bidding as the reader may not know what this is]
    1. Write a bit of wisdom / old saying you know that is suggested by this subject. It can come from the USA or your country.

    Look at your 4 hooks and decide which one you like the best and use that one in your paragraph 🙂

    B ] Background information:

    1. Write a sentence that explains your favorite hook and relate it to the book, using author name and book title.

    2. Write a sentence that introduces who the author of the book is – profession, life experiences that are important.

    3. Write 3 sentences telling what the book is about. Define important terms like emotional command systems, emotional heritage, and emotional communication skills in your own words. Focus on chapters 4,5,6.

    4. Write 3 sentences explaining why the book is important and why someone should read it.

    C ] Make a thesis statement to include the following:

    John Gottman’s text The Relationship Cure addresses the importance of really understanding ourselves and others to promote healthy relationships, with which I agree or with which I disagree.

    D] NOW: Put all those sentences together in paragraph form and write your introduction:

    – Rough Draft Conclusion Essay 2

    No unread replies.No replies.

    Part one: Create the following sentences required below and then put them together into your conclusion paragraph.

    Part two: Once you have posted your answers, you will see your group mates. Reply with a minimum of 5 sentences to one person to help him / her improve their writing, ask a question and/or say what they did really well.

    A] Write a college level transition and connect it to a restatement of your thesis in different words: DO NOT use in conclusion, to conclude, in sum, in summary, in the end, overall.

    B] DO NOT USE Summary. Because we already have a summary paragraph, we are going to make an action oriented conclusion.

    1. Gottman idea [quote sandwich]:
    Use a transition and then summarize one of Gottman’s suggestions for improving one’s relationship that you have not yet mentioned in your essay:

    Use context + a quote to illustrate Gottman’s suggestion:

    Write an explanation sentence on how this idea will improve someone’s relationships:

    2. Your idea: Make you own suggestion for improving one’s relationships

    Use a transition and then make a suggestion of your own for improving relationships:

    The write 2 sentences explaining your suggestion and how it will improve other’s relationships.

    3. Make a call to action:

    Write 3 sentences encouraging readers to change how they interact with others to improve relationships. You may also make a prediction, give advice, use a quote or ask a question if that works for you.

    D] Put all of your sentences together in paragraph form to write your 10-12 sentence conclusion below. Remember the very last sentence to be a sentence in your own words – no quotes or questions.

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    Writing Question

    Write a final essay between Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double Spaced MLA Format 3000-3500 words on the close reading exercise option in the syllabus I attached. Write the essay exactly as the PDF states and carefully read the parameters and requirements. Carefully read the syllabus PDF as well, since you will have to write your paper on one of the readings/films on the syllabus. Since the class is a Virtual Realities class, the paper needs to explore the idea of virtuality/reality in regard to your choice of material.

    I have a rough draft that is 3 pages 998 words already done, but I am not sure if I am on the right track. I have attached my rough draft. If I am on the right track you could just add more to my draft to meet the 3000-3500 word requirement. If I am not on the right track kindly revise the rough draft so that it meet the requirements and 3000-3500 word requirement.

    Please write the essay on the third option which is the close reading exercise 🙂 and based it on the articles by Hayles, Baudrillard, and Turing which I chose from my syllabus and have attached :).

    N. Katherine Hayles, How We Became Posthuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature, and Informatics (1999).

    Jean Baudrillard, Simulacra and Simulation (1981): “The Precession of Simulacra”

    Alan Turing, “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” (1950)

    • Close reading exercise: 1) Pick a single passage or scene from any text/film we’ve read/watched thus far. The passage/scene should be one that contains a puzzle for you. There should be something in it that doesn’t seem easily reconcilable with the arguments or perspectives developed at other points in the text. Something that seems to require explanation. 2) Your first paragraph should contain a very brief statement of the question the passage has led you to pose and an equally brief statement of why you think this question is important to an understanding of the work. 3) For the next 5 or so pages, analyze the passage/scene in terms of your question. You’re looking to solve your puzzle, or at least to circumscribe the space within which a possible solution would have to lie. (If you’ve picked a difficult passage/scene and posed a tough enough question, you may well find that you can’t actually “solve” the problem you’ve set for yourself. That’s fine. Your grade will in no way depend on whether or not you’ve conclusively answered the question.)

    4) Feel free to quote from or make references to other places in the text/film, to the extent that you need these other passages in order to make your point. Do try, though, not to stray too far from the analysis of the passage in question.

    5) Make as few general, unsupported, non-interpretive claims as humanly possible. (Ideally: zero.)

    6) There is no need to draw on secondary literature, although you can do so if you like. If you do, make sure to cite it according to one of the usual citational conventions (MLA, Chicago, …).

    7) Do this twice, with passages/scenes from two different works.

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    Writing Question

    Problem, Solution, and Barriers Paper

    This paper requires you to use your research skills and must include at least 7 credible sources.

    You will explore the problem and your recommended solution (volunteer at or donate to a particular organization), as well as investigate barriers your audience may have to accepting the solution.

    Guidelines for Group Members

    In approximately 5-6 typed pages (not including the title page or the reference page) using APA format, you should provide a succinct but thorough analysis of the problem, solution, and barriers. Be sure to label each section of your paper. Cite at least 7 high quality sources to support the arguments you make in each of the following sections.

    At minimum, you must use the following source types: 2 peer-reviewed scholarly articles, 1 newspaper or periodical, and 1 government, university, or research institution source.

    Problem:

    • What is the problem?
    • Why is this problem significant in your region?

    Include information about the existence, magnitude, urgency, and relevance of the problem. This section should be a revision of your Problem Analysis Paper.

    Solution:

    • What is your recommended solution?

    Clearly identify your solution in 1-2 sentences. Be very specific about how you want your audience to volunteer and/or donate. Remember, this is the main goal of your persuasive speech, so make sure you are very clear and concise about what you want your audience to do.

    EXAMPLES:

    “I want my audience to volunteer to help coordinate the annual fundraising auction at ABC Agency. ”

    “I want my audience to donate at least 2 items to the ABC Agency’s winter clothing drive.”

    • How and why will this solution effectively address the problem?
    • Why did you choose this nonprofit?

    This section should focus on your nonprofit organization and provide evidence that addresses the response efficacy of your proposed solution.

    Barriers:

    • What are the barriers that may prevent your audience from enacting your recommended solution?
    • How can you overcome these barriers?

    This section should address the self-efficacy of your audience.

    Please review the above steps thoroughly and provide me a high quality paper. It needs to be at least 5-6 pages excluding the title page and the reference page. You need to cite at least 7 credible sources.

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    Writing Question

    I have this Assignment Due in 3 Days and I will provide all the information and make sure to understand the information before you start. If there is anything else please let me know and if you finish it earlier I will really appreciate it. This is the rubric of the assignment and I will upload the documents.

    APA Paper Format Guide

    Criteria Ratings Pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCover PageAppropriate Running Head
    Page Numbers
    Title
    Student information
    Course Information

    3 pts

    Full Marks

    1.5 pts

    Partial Credit

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    3 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLA DCFS DescriptionDescription and mission of LA DCSF

    5 pts

    Described DCFS and Mission Statement

    2.5 pts

    Missing either description of DCSF, or Mission Statement

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    5 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLA DCFS Target PopulationDescribe the clients DCFS works with, including pertinent information related to age, gender, socio-economic status, race, culture, ethnicity, etc.

    5 pts

    Described Target Population Fully

    2.5 pts

    Missing some Target Population Information

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    5 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAgency & Self-DeterminationDoes the agency respect self-determination? Describe how the agency does, or does not, respect self-determination. Give one specific example to support your point of view.

    5 pts

    Described Content Fully including Example

    2.5 pts

    Missing Content or Missing Example

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    5 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSocial Work Theories and ApproachChoose one of the provided theories/approaches and define the theory/approach, give an example from the Documentary

    5 pts

    Provided Theory/Intervention and Example

    2.5 pts

    Missing Definition or Example

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    5 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSocial Work InterventionsChoose one of the provided social work interventions,
    Define the social work intervention you chose &
    Give an example of how the intervention was used

    5 pts

    Defined the Intervention and Gave Example

    2.5 pts

    Missing Definition or Example of Intervention

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    5 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEffectiveness of InterventionWere these interventions effective or ineffective? Why or why not? Be sure to support your statements with at least one example from the Documentary.

    6 pts

    Addressed Effectiveness and Provided Example

    3 pts

    Missing Effectiveness or Example

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    6 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeNASW Code of EthicsWhich NASW code of ethics did social workers violate? Define the code of ethics you chose and give an example of how it was violated.

    6 pts

    Defined the Code of Ethic Chosen and Gave Example

    3 pts

    Missing Code of Ethic Chosen or Example

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    6 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWhat do you think you would have done differently if your supervisor instructed you to do something against your code of ethics?

    6 pts

    Addressed what they would have done different

    3 pts

    Somewhat addressed this point

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    6 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWhich intervention would you have chosen had you been Gabriel’s social worker, what would you have done differently, and why?

    6 pts

    Chose an intervention and explained what they would have done differently, and why

    3 pts

    Did not Chose an intervention, or explain what they would have done differently, or why

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    6 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWhat did you learn about yourself from watching this docuseries?

    6 pts

    Adequately addressed this point

    3 pts

    Somewhat addressed this point

    0 pts

    Did Not Include This Content

    6 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormatting6 pages minimum
    Topic Headers in Italics
    References Page
    Citations of research
    APA Format

    6 pts

    Full Marks

    Paper is appropriately formatted and includes all of the following: at least 6 pages in length, Topic Headers in Italics, References Page, Citations of research, APA Format

    3 pts

    3 of 5 Completed

    Missing 2 of the following or is poorly addressed: at least 6 pages in length, Topic Headers in Italics, References Page, Citations of research, APA Format

    3 pts

    4 of 5 Completed

    Missing 1 of the following or is poorly addressed: at least 6 pages in length, Topic Headers in Italics, References Page, Citations of research, APA Format

    1 pts

    2 of 5 Completed

    Missing 3 of the following or is poorly addressed: at least 6 pages in length, Topic Headers in Italics, References Page, Citations of research, APA Format

    0 pts

    1 of 5 Completed

    Missing 4 of the following or is poorly addressed: at least 6 pages in length, Topic Headers in Italics, References Page, Citations of research, APA Format

    6 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar, Punctuation, SyntaxPaper is to be free from the following errors:
    Punctuation
    Sentence Structure
    Spelling

    3 pts

    Well written, no or few errors

    Paper is nearly free from errors.

    1.5 pts

    Several writing errors

    0 pts

    Numerous errors, difficult to follow or understand at times

    3 pts

    This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReference PageReference page lists ALL sources, appropriately formatted in APA format style.

    3 pts

    Fully Completed

    Reference page lists ALL sources, appropriately formatted in APA format style.

    1.5 pts

    Partially Completed

    The reference page is missing references or poorly formatted.

    0 pts

    Missing

    3 pts

    Total Points: 70

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    Writing Question

    question 1:Provide a short answer response to the following: In developing her own theory of moral development, what flaws did Gilligan identify in Kohlberg’s theory, and how does her theory differ from his.

    question 2: In a short paragraph response, describe the difference (if any) between DOING ETHICS and BEING ETHICAL. What is the nature of the distinction between the two (if any)? Whatever your position, describe in detail why you think the way you do

    question 3 :Consider the following case study:

    You are a graduate student working in a lab where data are accumulated for the purposes of measuring certain variables on a variety of different samples. For each sample there is a large data file stored on a computer in the lab. In reviewing a lab notebook from one of your predecessors in the lab, and comparing that to data published by the lab, you find a gap. That is, some of the data that were published are not accounted for in the lab notebook. Furthermore, you are unable to locate the computer files for this missing data. Errors in the published data could damage the lab’s reputation in the field, as well as that of the lab director (your new boss).

    In an essay response, respond to EACH of the following:

    (1) Identify the main ethical issue (in proper format).

    (2) Using any ethical theory covered in this course, execute the steps for applying the theory to this case study.

    (3) After applying the theory you selected, what is the outcome or determination? That is, what would this theory lead you to do in response to ethical issue?

    (4) Reflect on your application of this theory to this case. What are the strengths of using this theory and what are the challenges? To what extent was the process you utilized here consistent with the steps of critical thinking?

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    Writing Question

    SCHOLARLY RESEARCH TERM PAPER GUIDELINES

    The Research Term Paper Assignment

    Social Work 110 requires all students to write a 10-11 page (including cover page, abstract, references, and annotated bibliography pages) scholarly research term paper on a field of service in the social work profession, in the American Psychological Association (APA) format.

    Your Paper Will Consist of the Following Sections:

    1. Cover Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Literature Review
      1. Problem/Social Issue Defined
      2. Target Population
      3. Practice Methods
      4. Social Worker Role
      5. Presenting Problems
      6. Barriers to Service for the Target Population
      7. Individual & Environmental/Societal Causes of problems
      8. Ethical Issues & Value Issues for Social Workers in this field
      9. Anticipated Income
      10. Personal Assessment
    4. References Page
    5. Annotated Bibliography

    Steps to Success:

    1. 1.)Pick a problem or social issue: Social workers attempt to address all sorts of problems. What’s your dream job? Is there a problem or social issue that exists that you think you want to make a career out of solving? If you cannot think of one you can use the list below to get you started:
    2. 2.)Next Step: Study The Assignment Questions: You will have to do research in order to answer the following questions:
      1. a.)Define the problem or social issue
      2. Who is the target population? Who are the clients in need of service? Include information regarding the age ranges, gender, and socioeconomic status.
      3. What are the practice methods that social workers use in this field? Indicate micro and/or macro practice methods and provide example(s). If they do micro, such as case management, you would need to say micro and give examples of case management that they do.
      4. What is the role of the social worker in this field? What do social workers do to help solve the problem? Example: Case management
      5. What are the presenting problems in this field of service? Example: what are challenges Child Welfare Services face? Insufficient funding? Not enough employees? Etc.
      6. What are the barriers to service for the target population? What gets in the way of clients of the problem you chose getting services? Example: lack of transportation.
      7. What are the individual and environmental/societal causes of problems? What do clients do that get them into the situation to where they need help with the problem? How does society ‘cause’ the problem to exist?
      8. What ethical and/or value dilemmas do social workers face in this field of service? Example: conflict of interest, confidentiality, sexy clients.
      9. What is the anticipated income for social workers in this field of service?
      10. What is your assessment of your continued interest in the field of service? (This is the only part of the paper that can be written in 1st person) Example: After completing this assignment I realized I really love this field. The reasons why are…
    3. 3.) Research: Begin your research for appropriate and relevant reference materials. Use the questions above to help you find relevant books and articles.
      1. a.)What are the Literature Requirements?
        • i.)You will need at least one book or e-book
          • (1)Choose a book that focuses mainly on the problem or social issue that you have chosen (textbooks can be used as a supplemental source, but not the main source).
          • (2)The course textbook from Social Work 110 cannot be used as a reference.
          • (3)The book should be written by a professional in the field of social work or a closely related field
        • ii.)You will need three scholarly articles What is a scholarly article?
          • (1)A scholarly article is written by a professional and is usually contained in a professional journal.
          • (2)Social work journals and articles written for the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) are good examples of appropriate references.
          • (3)“Social Work Today” is an online/hard copy magazine that often has scholarly research articles available; it is available in the Cuyamaca Library.
          • (4)You can also use journal articles from other related professions such as psychology, psychiatry, nursing, pediatrics, and education.
          • (5)Articles, research, and statistics from the Federal Government are acceptable.
          • (6)You can also use e-scholarly articles.

    Child Welfare

    Family, Youth and Children

    Pregnancy & Parenting

    School Social Work

    Mental Health

    Older Adults

    Substance Abuse

    Military Social Work

    Medical Social Work

    Grant Writing

    International Social Work

    Refugees and/or Immigrants

    Disabilities

    Crisis and Trauma

    Administration

    Violence, Victims and Criminal Justice

    Community Organizing

    g. Popular culture magazines, newspaper articles, and websites are not appropriate for scholarly research (Examples: Wikipedia and about.com).

    *Please be sure that all resources include author/s and dates. Undated books, articles, or websites will not be accepted.

    Important Research Specifics

    1. All resources must be from the United States of America

    2. All resources must be no older than 2010. The date must be included!

    Locating Your Research

    The Cuyamaca Library (Library building, LRC/C)

    1. The librarians have a copy of the Scholarly Research Term Paper Guidelines. They are all very skilled in helping students find appropriate resources and materials for this research assignment. The Cuyamaca Library has also purchased a large number of new books that will help social work students with this research term paper.

    2. For assistance with research contact a librarian in person at the reference desk on the 2nd floor.

    3. There is also an extensive online library that includes e-books and e-articles specifically for the subject of social work.

    4. For online reference assistance: http://www.cuyamaca.edu/library

    For Social Work Resources (e-books and e-articles):

    http://cuyamaca.libguides.com/socialwork

    Accessing Resources from Cuyamaca Library

    1. The Cuyamaca College Librarians can reserve books from the SDSU Library at no cost to Cuyamaca students. Scholarly articles are also available from SDSU.

    Paper Formatting: APA has very specific formatting requirements. Your paper MUST include the following topic headers in italic font. The paper will have the following sections, in the order provided below. Topic headers are essentially titles of each section, written in as follows:

    1. Cover Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Literature Review
      1. Problem/Social Issue Defined
      2. Target Population
      3. Practice Methods
      4. Social Worker Role
      5. Presenting Problems
      6. Barriers to Service for the Target Population
      7. Individual & Environmental/Societal Causes of problems
      8. Ethical Issues & Value Issues for Social Workers in this field
      9. Anticipated Income
      10. Personal Assessment
    4. References Page
    5. Annotated Bibliography

    The Bibliography or “References” Section

    1. There will be one “References” section for both parts of the paper, located at the end of the paper, in APA format. A sample APA format “References” page is available with a sample APA format paper located in Canvas under “Files.”

    The Annotated Bibliography

    1. What is an Annotated Bibliography?
      1. A bibliography is a list of reference materials that you have used for researching a topic. In APA format it is called “References.” Your bibliography should include at least one book and three scholarly articles.
    2. What is the purpose of an Annotated Bibliography?
      1. Provides preparation for the research term paper by familiarizing the writer with the current research, trends, and themes related to the topic. Exposes the writer to different resources to assist in analysis and critical thinking.
    3. Writing an Annotated Bibliography
      1. Write an Annotated Bibliography for each of the 4 references; this will include one book and three scholarly articles.

    Each annotated reference should include these three parts:

    1. A Summary of the main arguments and points of the reference
    2. An Assessment and Evaluation of the reference – Is this a reliable, objective resource? Be sure to explain your point of view.
    3. A Reflection on how this resource will help you write your research paper (Example: How will it help you understand the field of service? Does the information help cover the topic headings on pages 4-5 of this document?)

    An instructor sample of an Annotated Bibliography for this assignment is located in Canvas under “Assignment.”

    RESOURCES

    Resources for Writing an Annotated Bibliography (Owl Purdue)

    For the definition and purpose of an Annotated Bibliography, click on the link below. https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/01/

    For a general sample of an Annotated bibliography in APA format, click on this link: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/

    Annotated Bibliographies will be graded based on the “Summary,” “Assessment and Evaluation” and “Reflection:” outlined above.

    Use APA Formatting (American Psychological Association)

    1. Please consult the APA Style Essentials for general document guidelines such as the title page, abstract, body of the paper, text citations and quotations, and references (located in Canvas under “Files”)

    2. A sample APA Format paper is available in Canvas under “Files.”

    Goals of the Research Paper

    1. Provide various viewpoints by discussing what others have written or reported about the topic.

    2. Assess the strengths and limitations of the literature, identify and comment on the major themes found in the literature, and offer a critique of the work.

    3. You need to base your perspective on your research findings and critical analysis of the literature review.

    Final Paper is the finished product that includes a college-level discussion of the topic with accompanying research and supporting evidence.

    1. All required topics are covered accurately, with supporting research.

    2. There is an analysis of the literature that you reviewed.

    3. The paper is written in APA format, including citations and the “References” page.

    4. Grammar, organization, and writing are at the collegiate level.

    5. Please refer to the term paper guidelines in this document for all requirements.

    What are the Objectives of the Assignment (Student Learning Outcomes)?

    A. To assure that each student by the end of the semester will be able to demonstrate the ability to research, interpret, and report information related to a specific field of social work practice, grammatically correct APA (American Psychological Association) format. These skills are essential in social work education.

    1. Acquire knowledge and gain insight into a specific field of social work service

    2. Gain an understanding of the values and ethics that impact social workers in this field

    3. Demonstrate a beginning knowledge of how to consult and utilize research evidence to inform ongoing policy and practice

    4. Demonstrate knowledge and application of APA format

    A Helpful Resource for Writing the Scholarly Research Term Paper

    The Writing Center at Cuyamaca College

    Location: Communication and Arts Building – B167

    Telephone: 619-660-4463

    1. The Writing Center offers tutoring to assist you with organization, grammar, syntax, punctuation, proofreading, editing, and APA format. The staff will have a copy of the research term paper guidelines. They are very familiar with this assignment, and are skilled in helping students with research papers.

    2. Students who utilize the services of the Writing Center consistently tend to produce high-quality research papers.

    3. Be sure to make appointments with the Writing Center well in advance. This is especially true if you need multiple appointments. It is the job of the Writing Center to teach writing. As your instructor, I am available to help interpret the assignment.

    Assuring Academic Honesty and Avoiding Plagiarism

    Always cite your sources in APA format. Failing to cite sources is considered plagiarism, which is a form of academic dishonesty.

    1. What is Plagiarism?

    a. Plagiarism is a form of academic dishonesty and will be treated seriously.

    b. According to the 2016-2017 Cuyamaca College Catalogue, plagiarism is defined as “the act of taking ideas, words or specific substantive material of another and offering them as one’s own without giving credit to the source” (page 30). Writers give credit to sources by using citations.

    c. According to Richard Nordquist, a citation is a source quoted in an essay, report or book to clarify, illustrate, or substantiate a point (About.com).

    d. A detailed description of plagiarism and accompanying consequences are located on page 30 in the 2016-2017 Cuyamaca College Catalogue under “Academic Honesty/Dishonesty.

    2. Common Examples of Plagiarism

    a. Submitting a paper with someone else’s ideas, opinions, or research without citing the appropriate source

    b. Paraphrasing without citing the appropriate source

    c. Submitting the same paper in more than one class

    d. Submitting a paper as your work that was written by another person

    e. Submitting a paper that was purchased from the Internet or elsewhere

    When in doubt, use a citation. Citations show that you made the effort to give credit where it is due. Always provide a list of “References” after your paper.

    Submit Your Research Paper to VeriCite via Canvas on the due dates indicated on the first page of this document.

    Plan Ahead!

    1. Allow enough time to submit your paper to VeriCite. Submissions left to the last minute can result in late papers.

    Late Papers: As per page 1 of the syllabus, there will be a 10% grade reduction for late papers.

    The Tech Mall at Cuyamaca College – Assistance with VeriCite

    1. The Tech Mall at Cuyamaca College

    Building E, East, Room E 121

    Telephone: 619-660-4447

    On-campus extension: 2936

    Hours: Monday – Thursday, 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m., Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Saturday/Sunday closed

    2. Tech Mall website – http:www.cuyamaca.edu/techmall/

    The Help Desk – Technical problems and log-in difficulties

    1. Telephone: 619-660-4359 E-mail: c-helpdesk@gcccd.edu

    Please ask if you have any questions!!

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    Writing Question

    Write a final essay between Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double Spaced MLA Format 3000-3500 words on the close reading exercise option int he syllabus I attached. Write the essay exactly as the PDF states and carefully read the parameters and requirements. Carefully read the syllabus PDF as well, since you will have to write your paper on one of the readings/films on the syllabus. Since the class is a Virtual Realities class, the paper needs to explore the idea of virtuality/reality in regard to your choice of material.

    Please write the essay on the third option which is the close reading exercise 🙂 and base it on the article by Hayles which I chose from my syllabus and have attached :).

    N. Katherine Hayles, How We Became Posthuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature, and Informatics (1999).

    • Close reading exercise:
      1) Pick a single passage or scene from any text/film we’ve read/watched thus far. The
      passage/scene should be one that contains a puzzle for you. There should be
      something in it that doesn’t seem easily reconcilable with the arguments or
      perspectives developed at other points in the text. Something that seems to require
      explanation.
      2) Your first paragraph should contain a very brief statement of the question the
      passage has led you to pose and an equally brief statement of why you think this
      question is important to an understanding of the work.
      3) For the next 5 or so pages, analyze the passage/scene in terms of your question.
      You’re looking to solve your puzzle, or at least to circumscribe the space within
      which a possible solution would have to lie. (If you’ve picked a difficult
      passage/scene and posed a tough enough question, you may well find that you
      can’t actually “solve” the problem you’ve set for yourself. That’s fine. Your grade
      will in no way depend on whether or not you’ve conclusively answered the
      question.)

    4) Feel free to quote from or make references to other places in the text/film, to the
    extent that you need these other passages in order to make your point. Do try, though,
    not to stray too far from the analysis of the passage in question.

    5) Make as few general, unsupported, non-interpretive claims as humanly possible.
    (Ideally: zero.)

    6) There is no need to draw on secondary literature, although you can do so if you
    like. If you do, make sure to cite it according to one of the usual citational
    conventions (MLA, Chicago, …).

    7) Do this twice, with passages/scenes from two different works.

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    Writing Question

    Green Ninja Smart Energy Project and Contest (10% of course grade)Overview: Apply engineering design thinking principles to reduce home energy use. You will a) design and implement an energy conservation plan, and b) test and possibly refine your plan over a two-week period. Participating students will be eligible to win a variety of prizes! All written work will be submitted electronically on Canvas.Note: If you live on campus, please do not create an online PG&E account for your dorm address. You can act as an energy consultant for a family member or friend. This also applies to students who live off campus but can’t directly access their own energy usage data.Part 1: Access to Energy Data (25% of grade)Summary: Students will A) get access to PG&E energy data, B) log into the energy tracker and C) record data and analyze their energy use over the past two weeks (baseline period). Details:A) Access your PG&E smart meter data Log into your PG&E (or applicable) account online. Go to https://www.pge.com/en_US/residential/home.page and sign in. If you don’t have an account, you can register. Click on “Energy Usage Details.” You will see icons for electricity and natural gas usage. Select “Bill View” after clicking each of these icons. You should now be able to find your daily energy data for electricity and natural gas. If you don’t use natural gas; that’s okay!B) Log into the Energy Tracker Register for the Green Ninja Energy Tracker:https://energytracker.greenninja.org/ When you have registered, log in and add the following class code: 354501 Using the data from your PG&E account, enter all the daily electricity and natural gas data available so far. C) Analyze your energy data at the end of the two-week period. What is the range of values for daily electricity and natural gas usage? What is the average amount used per day? Point out any interesting trends. For example, is more energy used on the weekend than weekdays? Are there any sudden spikes or drop-offs in energy usage? Explain the possible reasons for your findings.To Submit: In 200 words, summarize the analysis of your daily electricity and natural gas usage data over the period of Monday, April 12, 2021, to Sunday, April 25, 2021. Provide a screenshot of the online PG&E graph showing daily electricity and natural gas usage over the baseline period. This part of the project is due on Friday, April 30, 2021 at 11:59 P.M.

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    Writing Question

    For this assignment, you will find two substantially argued articles on similar topics and decide which one you think is more convincing to its target audience, based on your analysis of the authors’ use of ethos, pathos, and logos, along with other rhetorical strategies. The articles you choose should be recently published and from well-known, reputable sources such as a major newspaper (example, the New York Times) or academic journal, or magazine (example, Fortune). The articles should present a specific position on the topic with supporting textual material, such as examples, logical reasoning, facts, statistics, etc. The target audience is the readership of the publication.

    Writing a comparative analysis means more than simply summarizing the different arguments. Instead, you will first be describing the target audience, and then making an argument about the two texts, using as support specific examples from the articles you select. For instance, you may claim that one argument is more effective than another for its target audience because of the reliability and quantity of its support (i.e., logos). You may also make claims about the credentials or biases of the authors and their testimony or their rhetorical strategies, such as their assumptions, refutations, definitions of key terms, overall organization, choice of vocabulary, use of figurative language, or tone.

    Regarding the organization of your paper, the introductory paragraph should introduce the topic, the articles, and should state your claim—which article is more effective for its target audience. The body paragraphs should provide reasoning and evidence from the articles to support your claim, organized by subtopic and in a logical sequence. The conclusion should sum up your ideas and provide any final insights.

    Here are some questions that might help you analyze the articles:

    • Who is the audience for the publications/articles?
    • What is the educational level of the audiences being addressed?
    • What are their interests/issues?
    • What common ground do the authors share with their audience?
    • How do the authors qualify their opinions to influence the audience?
    • How do the authors appeal to the audience?
    • Are the authors’ strategies effective? If not, what might make them more effective?
    • Which author do you find more convincing in terms of his/her target audience? Why?

    Articles: 1) https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/21/opinion/letters… 2) https://www.usnews.com/news/us/articles/2021-09-17…

    The articles may agree or disagree with each other—the point is to argue which one is more effective for its target audience.

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    Writing Question

    Description: Write a short reflection papers ,Each paper must make connections between your personal thoughts, experiences and observations of how class concepts of gender, feminism, women’s studies and related ideas manifest in your actual life AND must make direct connections to readings from each week of the unit. Each paper must be 500-700 words, written in complete sentences, with coherent grammar and spelling, and correct MLA or APA citations and references, as well as correct paper formatting for the appropriate citation style you are choosing to work with.

    Think of this assignment as both a way to work through ideas that you may end up incorporating into your final paper, and also as a way to engage with and to make direct connections between course materials (readings, films, lectures) and your own personal experiences, opinions, and observations of the world around you. You must engage with course readings in the reflections and you MUST CITE your sources—correctly. Each reflection is worth 10% of Final Grade (30% total).

    To recap:

    • Reference unit readings
    • Reference unit lectures
    • Connect these ideas to your personal experience and your observations of the world around you
    • Use correct paper formatting style, either MLA or APA citation styles, cite references.
    • Use correct spelling, grammar, and English mechanics in each paper
    • It’s okay—in fact it is required—that you write this reflection from a subjective viewpoint: “reflection” means that you reflect on the subject matter and concepts and discuss your thoughts about them!

    DO:

    • Figure out how to triangulate between personal experience, readings & lectures, and the world around you: how do these things connect? How are the learnings impacting your awareness of your life and those around you, what is changing, what is not changing, what do you want to see change?
    • Use “I” and the first-person point of view!
    • Feel free to engage with questions that have come up for you—and take a shot at answering them!
    • Cite your sources and any reference that you make to course materials, whether you quote it directly or not!
    • Feel free to speak your mind: this is a chance to engage with the ideas here personally as well as intellectually. The voice in these should be appropriate to university writing, but it can be subjective and through your personal point of view. You may write whatever you’d like about your own lived experiences, so long as you are comfortable with me and the TAs reading it, and the content is appropriate to share with us. However, you still must support your points with evidence (citing source materials)!
    • Think about how what you are working on could be developed into your final paper!
    • DON’T:
      • Write a summary of my lecture, or of the slides. That’s not the assignment. I know what I said in the lecture…and I do not need to read a regurgitation of it.
      • Say that you take issue with a reading or a concept or documentary or idea without explaining why and supporting your stance with evidence (cited sources).
      • Say that you LOVE a reading or a concept or documentary or idea without explaining why and supporting your stance with evidence (cited sources).
      • Submit a reflection paper that does not engage with the concepts and themes of class, that is poorly written or ill-conceived, or that comes across as without adequate effort or sloppy execution—it will receive little or no credit. And I, along with your TAs, will be really bummed out by such papers and will mark accordingly!
      • Submit papers without actually watching the lectures or doing the readings. Trust me: we can tell when you’re just phoning it in!

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    Writing Question

    find the essay in the attachment

    all the comments I get, please fix that

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    1: I particularly appreciated the inclusion of global events before and during the holocaust, as the Second World War and the Holocaust had major affects on each other during the time of the Third Reich. A major problem is the lack of strong topic sentences and research evidence to back them up.

    2: Correct margins. Correct top-right corner information. Block of 4 is missing class name, also use Prof. Kohl instead of full name. Good title. Paragraphs have extra spaces inbetween them, while body paragraph 5 is missing an indentation. Paragraphs are all under 1 page, however many of them are very short and do not have the content to introduce and develop an idea, and should be combined with other paragraphs. There are no direct quotes. The paper comes up just short of the full 6 page requirement. Arad, Mendes-Flohr, and Shandler are never cited in-text.

    3: 1. Hook type: The hook used is a definition, not a story/stat/quote. 2. Inspiration connects the hook to the topic. 3. There is no why question used. 4. There’s no philosophical thesis statement and if the last sentence were a thesis, it would introduce an encylopedia article because it makes no claim about the holocaust.

    4: Body paragraph 1 goes all over the place, talking about Nazi’s rise to power, Nazi values, and specific policies that were enacted. Body paragraph 2: 2nd and 3rd sentences have nothing to do with the topic of the paragraph. Body paragraph 8’s topic sentence suggests the paragraph will cover the justifications given by Nazis for the holocaust, but instead discusses what the “final solution” was and also the expansion of Nazi Germany into Poland and Eastern Europe. Body paragraph 10 starts by stating Nazi germany’s position in the war during 1941, but then discusses post war actions by the Allies in 1945. There are no citations/cited evidence in body paragraphs 1,2,6,7,9,10,11. The citations that are present are formatted correctly, except for Małczyński, which is cited in-text as (Małczyński 190), rather than the correct form, (Małczyński et al 190). There are no direct quotes to evaluate.

    5: Conclusion does not pose a question or relate back to the hook. It also does not mention the Pyramid of Hate by name, only by the levels.

    6: Passive verbs are present all throughout the paper, with particularly heavy use of “was” and “were”. “you” and similar pronouns are not used. “it” is used only twice, once on page 1 and once on page 4. “thing” is never used. The dozen bad egg words are not used in the paper. Many paragraphs have weak or unrelated topic sentences. In body paragraph 3, for example, it states that the Nazis supported the holocaust, rather than stating that the Nazis created the holocaust. 7 paragraphs are missing research evidence, and all are in the form of paraphrasing. Consider adding a few direct quotes to strengthen your arguments.

    7: The graphic is relevant to genocide and also addresses the Holocaust specifically. Good stuff.

    8: Arad, Longerich, Mendes-Flohr, Shandler, and Traverso all missing pieces from their citations.

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    There are a few instances of either typos or factual innaccuracies, such as: “In the first days of Adolf Hitler’s rule in 1993, he realized that he was awaiting failure unless he restored German pride after the Versailles treaty.”
    A few sentences have structures that I suspect switched during writing, for example: “The Nazis rapidly strengthened their power through the use of the February 1933 Reichstag Fire to begin their reign of terror.”
    There are a few sentences that need to be revised for clarity, such as: “The Nazis rapidly grew more, securing their power, and the Nuremberg laws of 1935 removed from the Jewish citizenship of 1938 became even more direct.”

    My favorite about your paper is the information you have provided as well as the visual graphic. I can tell that you did very extensive research and you found a lot of rich information! As for the visual graphic I think it is very organized and fits with your information perfectly, great job!

    You did a great job in terms of MLA formatting. The formatting of you paper was extremely neat and organized! My only suggestions regard the block of four and the title. For the block of four I would be to add the course name above the date. As for the title I think you have a really good foundation, however, it is a bit general, it might be effective to spice it up a bit, other than that everything looks good!

    You have a really good informative introduction, however, I felt that the hook didn’t necessarily stand as a quote, statistic, or a question. Your opening sentence gave a great summary of what would be discussed but it might be effective to add a sentence before that to kind of lead into the informative aspect. Another suggestion I have involves the philosophical thesis, you mention you would be discussing the aspects of the holocaust in regard to the pyramid of hate, but it might help to expand on that more.

    As mentioned previously, your body paragraphs have a tremendous amount of really rich information which is great, however, many of them are missing the in-text citations and I believe they are required for body paragraphs. My one suggestion would be just adding those citations, and everything should look great!

    You have a really great conclusion, and it offers a great perspective, however, I felt it didn’t necessarily fit the hook. I do feel this might stem from the type of hook, but I think that by reworking these two aspects a bit they should fit beautifully together! I also would suggest adding more insight, I think you have a really interesting perspective, and it might be effective to discuss it a little more.

    You do a fantastic job at keeping the passive verbs and banned words to a minimal which really elevated your discussion! The only suggestion I would make involves the flow of the sentences, some sentences, particularly the opening sentences flow difficulty but I think if you rework some of these sentences your paper should flow very nicely.

    I think you did an amazing job on the visual graphic! It is very visually appealing, and it ties up the information in your paper perfectly. One suggestion I could make would probably be adding aspects of the pyramid of hate, I think that it would help to effectively elevate the information you provided.

    Your works cited page looks great, everything is very neat and nicely organized! The one suggestion I have is to maybe add the permalinks on the sources that didn’t provide a doi. It might make it easier to trace the source of the citation, other than that, amazing job!

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    Writing Question

    PSY 417: Science of Well-Being: Guidelines for Final Paper in the Land of COVID-19

    Due 5/4

    To make this class relevant to your life now, and to ensure this class is reducing rather than increasing your stress level, I offer you the following final project. Let’s call it “maintaining well-being during the COVID-19 outbreak.” Here are the guidelines:

    1. Regardless of the uncertainty and strain of the current situation, you must spend some time to take care of yourselves. Choose 4 strategies to implement in your weekly routine for at least two months to focus on your well-being. It could be in the categories of exercising (e.g., meditation practice using apps and scripts to guide you, functional mobility routines, jogging/running, high intensity interval training, core workouts), socializing (e.g., facetime, calls, etc – try to aim for synchronous communication to get the most benefits of social connections), creative pursuits (e.g., trying new recipes, art, personal writing), paying attention and being mindful, donating your time energy and money, and engaging in personal growth activities such as learning a new language, how to play the guitar, how to skateboard, etc.

    2. Be concrete about what you are integrating into your routine.

    3. Keep a log of what you do and how it affected your 1) emotions 2) thoughts and 3) behavior. With particular attention to how it is helping you cope. Try to find some scales to measure whether these well-being strategies are working. At the minimum, record numbers to represent your daily stress and how this might be changing along with (positive and negative) emotions and thoughts. With numbers, you can graph what happened.

    4. For the write-up. In the introduction, detail what you are going though — with particular emphasis on the unique difficulties experienced related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Talk about the disruptions. Talk about what you would be doing that you miss. Provide a clear rationale on why you chose the particular well-being activities to enter into your routine.

    5. You will do the following:

    a. A) Introduction: see above. Be detailed. Provide clear rationales. Use proper grammar and do not make spelling mistakes.

    b. B) Methods: explain how you went about changing yourself. What techniques did you use? What is the psychology behind these techniques? How did you set up a measurement procedure? Be specific.

    c. C) Results: What happened? Provide the results. Graph them.

    d. D) Discussion: What have you learned about yourself and psychological interventions and change? Discuss what it was like to handle a major life event and dealing with being uprooted along with the uncertainty of the situation. Talk about your strengths and weaknesses, difficulties of changing habits, or you might explain why some techniques seemed to be more effective than others. Interpret and synthesize, don’t just reiterate the results.

    e. Remember that your performance on this final project is not affected by whether anything that you implement works. If it doesn’t work, just detail in the Discussion why you think it did or did not work, and what you think might have happened if the COVID-19 outbreak didn’t happen or if you had more time.

    Some general comments about the final paper:

    –The most important thing about this paper is to show me you have learned to think like a scientist. Be sure to draw on many of the readings, and ideas that came up in class discussion.

    –I’m expecting approximately 15 pages for the main text (assuming 11-point font). Appendices, such as charts of progress or daily data recording sheets, can be included in addition. Include a full set of references. Don’t cite things if you haven’t read them. It’s OK if some of these works were read for another class. I want you to integrate across classes.

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    Writing Question


    2 papers

    Each paper is to address the following:

    Agency Introduction:

    1. Briefly describe the Los Angeles Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) and its mission statement. You will find a lot of information using the following link: (https://dcfs.lacounty.gov/about/who-we-are/).

    2. Describe the target population in detail, including pertinent information related to age, gender, socio-economic status, race, culture, ethnicity, etc. (What population does the Department of Child and Family Services Serve)?

    3. Does the agency respect self-determination? Describe how the agency does, or does not, uphold self-determination.

    ● Give one specific example to support your point of view.

    Theories and Interventions

    1. Social Work Theories and Approaches:

    ● Choose two of the following social work theories or approaches and apply them to the work being done at the LA DCFS. Give at least one specific example for each theory to illustrate your applications.

    o The Strengths Perspective

    o Ecological Systems Theory

    o Systems Theory

    o Person-in-the-Environment

    2. Social Work Interventions:

    ● Based on the documentary and your research of Gabriel’s case, choose at least one social work intervention from your observations of the documentary:

    o Individual Casework

    o Case Management

    o Individual or family counseling

    o Group work, 5) Client advocacy

    o Community organizing (to include outreach work and attempts to change social policy or legislation)

    ● What was your impression of the social worker’s involved in Gabriel’s case?

    ● State the intervention you chose and give at least one example of the intervention.

    ● How did the Social Workers utilize the intervention you chose? Would you have used the same intervention? Why or why not?

    ● Were these interventions effective or ineffective? Why or why not?

    Reflections

    1. Recommendations for the Agency

    ● Which code of ethics did the social workers not abide by? Provide one example (refer to the NASW code of ethics on canvas).

    ● What do you think you would have done differently if your supervisor instructed you to do something against your code of ethics?

    ● What changes would you suggest to make for the DCFS agency to be more successful at delivering services? Give one example.

    2. Self-Reflection

    ● What did you learn about yourself from watching this docuseries?

    ● Discuss how you would have demonstrated social work practices and ethics.

    ● What did this film teach you both personally and professionally and how will you apply this to your role as a future social worker.

    Formatting Requirements

    1. 6-7 pages in length

    2. Formatting: 1-inch margins, page numbers, double spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman and Word processed

    3. APA Specific Format: Title Page with Running Head, Topic Headers, Reference page, Quotations/Citations properly formatted, In text citations match Reference page.

    Organization, Grammar and Spelling

    1. Sentences convey meaning clearly and are grammatically correct

    2. Spelling and punctuation are accurate

    3. Organization with clear introductory and conclusion sentences

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    Writing Question

    Week 5, Homework Assignment 2: Thesis Blueprint for Paper 2

    For this homework assignment, you will prepare your thesis for Paper 2. Remember that thesis building is an iterative process, meaning one of trial and error, so you probably will need to work through a few different versions of your thesis statement. Ask yourself the questions provided in the Week 2 Learning Resources to assess the strength and viability of your thesis.

    Instructions for Week 5, Homework 2:

    • The thesis for this paper will be a bit different from the previous thesis for Paper 1, so be sure to read Paper 2 instructions carefully. See “Crafting Your Thesis for Paper 2,” below:
    • Sample thesis structure: [Story X] by [author] helps us to understand [theme/issue Y] by promoting empathy through [warrant 1], [warrant 2], and [warrant 3] Sample thesis statement: The conflicts between male and female characters in Susan Glaspell’s story “A Jury of Her Peers” helps readers have more empathy for the oppression of women through its depiction of Mrs. Wright’s marriage, the women’s roles, and the inequality between men and women in the story.
    • Applying this boilerplate and example follow these steps:
      • Write your thesis statement out in full. Pay attention to wording, grammar, syntax, and punctuation. Short story titles are always placed within quotation marks. Authors are referred to by their full names at first mention, and may be referred to by last name thereafter. Do not use first person or what is known as the “announcement” tone–i.e. This essay will be about…
      • Paraphrase your claim and three warrants. You do not need to place them into a graphic, but please label and list each one.
        • Claim =
        • Warrant 1 =
        • Warrant 2 =
        • Warrant 3 =

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    Writing Question

    The course Term Paper will be written in APA (6th edition) Format. This format will consist of the

    following:

    Cover Page

    Abstract Page

    The Body of the Paper (Content of the Page)

    The Reference Page.

    The paper must have a MINIMUM of 5 pages of content. NOT to exceed 8 pages of content. The 5-8

    pages DO NOT include the Cover Page, Abstract Page and Reference Page. The paper will be written in

    12 point Font with one inch (1) margins, doubled spaced, Times Roman Script with the pages numbered.

    The last page of the paper MUST be at LEAST three quarters (3/4) filled with content. (One or two

    sentences at the top of the page WILL NOT meet this requirement.) No design or graphics on the Cover

    page. No Pictures, Graphs, Charts or Power Points will be included in the body of the paper. The paper

    will have NO MORE than three (3) quoted or paraphrased passages/sections in the content/body portion

    of the paper. All specific information mentioned in the paper MUST be referenced using in-text citations

    (APA 6th edition format).

    (Graphs, charts, addendums: These items can be attached as addendums to the end of the paper)

    The paper MUST have 5 scholarly research reference sources. (Wikipedia and ask.com are NOT scholarly

    research sources.The references MUST be titled and cited using APA (6th edition)

    Choose one of these questions

    1. Explain and define the Dual Court System utilized in the United States criminal justice.

    2.
    Explain and define the difference between Probable Cause and Reasonable
    Suspicion. Provide examples and use scenario in your response to the
    question.

    3. What is the Exclusionary Rule and what role does it have as it pertains to the admissibility of evidence?

    4. What is an arrest? How and when does it occur? Provide explanation and examples.

    5. Explain what is force from a law enforcement/legal perspective. When is it justified. Explain with detail and examples.

    6. What is Search and Seizure under the law? Provide explanation, detail and examples.

    7. What is a lineup from a law enforcement perspective? Explain with detail and examples.

    8. Explain and define Miranda Warnings. When are Miranda Warning required? Who should be Mirandized?


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    Writing Question

    1 write a interview content based on I provided main point

    • Requirement
    • You will upload the total interview in the Week 5 assignment file in GAP for the professor.
    • In the Week 5 discussion forum you will describe the main points of the interview content and experience.
    • Conduct the interview. Share with the class a description about the interview content in the Week 5 discussion (you can upload a file attachment for the professor and place a description in the discussion and converse with your classmates about the interview).
    • What are some of the major observations you made in regard to your interview; were you satisfied with the information gained during the interview?
    • What are some of your own personal strengths and weaknesses related to the interview process

    2 and 3

    • Discussion Question 1 – (PDQ directed at upcoming PA)

      Prior to reading this DQ, please read the PA 2 assignment and understand what the assignment is asking you to complete. Once you have an understanding of the PA 2 assignment, please continue to the paragraph below to complete DQ1.Using the Library Information Resource Network (LIRN), JSTOR, or any other electronic journal database, research six (6) peer-reviewed articles that can be used to answer your upcoming PA 2 assignment. Your discussion should summarize the articles in such a way that it can justify any arguments you may present in your PA 2 assignment and should be different from the abstract. In addition to your researched peer-reviewed article, you must include an example of the article researched as it is applied by industry (company, business entity, and so forth).Please note: This article summary should not be the only article researched for your PA 2 assignment. You may (and should) have several other articles researched to fully answer your PA 2 assignment. The concept of this DQ is to allow students to be proactive in the research necessary to complete this assignment. You may use your article summary, partially or in its entirety in your PA 2 assignment.Important: Please ensure that your reference for the article is in correct APA format, as your reference in your discussion post. Depending on which electronic database you use, you should see a “Cite” selection for your article. In addition, there should be a variety of articles summarized and as such, students should have different articles summarized. Your summary MUST include ALL of the following in your DQ post (include every item in the bullet list below, or you will not receive full credit):Do these in order:

      • In correct APA format, write the Reference of the article.
      • Clearly state what the article is about and its purpose.
      • Describe how you will use it in your upcoming assignment.
      • Repeat for a total of six (6) peer-reviewed sources.
      Professional Assignment 2 – CLO 2, CLO 4, CLO 6

      Write and develop an APA formatted paper (3-5 pages in length) that includes:

      1. Introduction to the topic
      2. A description of a situation resulting from a non-existent or poorly implemented process in your work environment (past or present).
      3. An explanation of how you might be able to become a better leader by improving the process (or processes).
      4. States what kinds of risk-taking and experiments might you be able to undertake
      5. What the tradeoffs and potential benefits are there
      6. Describes the planning required to lead the proposed process change (can refer to Kotter’s/Lewin’s models).
      7. States how will you build commitment within the organization for the proposed change
      8. Conclusion
      9. References page (With the textbook and at least six [6] peer-reviewed sources)

      *Please refer to the Grading Criteria for Professional Assignments in the University Policies for specific guidelines and expectations.

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    Writing Question

    Wk 1 – Prenatal and Newborn Development Infographic

    Assignment Content

    Top of Form

    A child’s stage of development has a huge impact on how and what they are able to learn. Therefore, teachers must be familiar with child development stages to ensure that the curriculum they design and teach is developmentally appropriate to the child.

    To help you better understand the development of children from birth through middle childhood, you will create several infographics representing different age groups. The first encompasses prenatal through the first year.

    Create a 1-page infographic that communicates the following:

      • Stages of prenatal development
      • Factors that may cause effects following birth
      • Growth of a newborn through the first year
      • Development of a newborn’s reflexes and sensory abilities

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      Wk 2 – Summative Assessment: A Study of Child Development

      Assignment Content

      Top of Form

      Child development is extremely important for teachers to know because it enables them to determine strategies for teaching and learning. By understanding child development, a teacher can make the most appropriate decisions regarding expectations for learning and identify children who may have problems with learning.

      Assume you are an educational consultant hired by a philanthropist who wants to start a one-of-a-kind educational program that supports infants through early childhood with development in the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social areas.

      Design an educational program with few budgetary constraints. You may select a community school, after-school program, summer school program, day care, sport or academic camp, club, or another educational program approved by your instructor.

      Create a 10- to 12-slide presentation with detailed speaker notes to submit to the philanthropist about your one-of-a-kind educational program for the following age ranges:

        • Infants and Toddlers – The First 2 Years
        • Early Childhood – Ages 2 to 6

        Note: You do not need to create audio for this presentation. The detailed speaker notes will be your script for the presentation.

        Include the following for each age range’s education program:

          • The learning theories that support your plan for this age level
          • Create a chart that provides detailed information for at least 5 well-known child development theorists and includes the following:
          • Brief description of theorist, including the time frame during which the research was conducted
          • Explanation of beliefs and ideas regarding the following developmental domains:
          • Physical
          • Cognitive
          • Emotional
          • Social
          • For each child development theorist, define the following factors and describe their influence on prenatal and child development:
          • Biological
          • Environmental
          • Cultural
          • A description of 3 learning activities you intend to use for each of the developmental areas and the learning theories behind these activities
          • How you will include diverse populations
          • 3 media influences that target this age level and how each might support development in the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social areas
          • A description or diagram of how the environment would be organized so that children may develop in each area
          • Current research to support your ideas

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          Wk 2 – Observation and Interview Arrangements

          Review the Wk 4 – Observations Comparison and Interview Summaries assessment.

          Arrange to observe and interview 2 teachers in the following educational environments:

          • Preschool or lower elementary (K–3)
          • Upper elementary or middle school

          your observation locations with a brief explanation of why you selected the 2 schools, grade levels, and teachers

          Wk 4 – Summative Assessment: Observations Comparison and Interview Summaries

          Assignment Content

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          Preschool-aged children and adolescents can be quite different and, oddly enough, seem so alike at the same time. For the most part, children will transition through the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development stages toward adolescence at a typical rate, and with this transition will come maturity. As a teacher, it is important for you to know how these changes influence learning to ensure you are prepared for the challenges and rewards of teaching.

          This 2-part assignment gives you the opportunity to observe and compare 2 different age ranges of children in an educational setting and interview each teacher you’ve observed.

          Part 1: Observations Comparison

          Observe the following classroom settings for at least 1 hour each:

            • Preschool or lower elementary (K–3)
            • Upper elementary or middle school

            Interview each teacher you observed following the observation using the Sample Interview Questions as a reference.

            Write a 525- to 700-word paper comparing the 2 classroom observations completed that addresses the following:

              • Description of the setting: Include the type of school, time of day, what the students were participating in at the time of observation, and the level of student engagement
              • Consider the physical development of students at each observation. How were they the same? How were they different? What influences on learning did the students’ physical development seem to have?
              • Consider the cognitive development of students at each observation. How were they the same? How were they different? What influences on learning did the students’ cognitive development seem to have?
              • Consider the emotional and social development of students at each setting. How were they the same? How were they different? What influences on learning did the students’ social and emotional development seem to have?
              • Explain anything surprising you noticed in either of the observations. What insight did you gain from these observations?

              Part 2: Interview Summaries

              Write a 275- to 350-word summary for each interview that includes the following information:

                • Site information: teacher’s name, teacher’s background and experience, grade level of students, and type of classroom
                • Brief summary of teacher’s responses to the interview questions
                • Specific knowledge or skills you learned from this teacher that you may apply to your own teaching

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                Wk 5 – Summative Assessment: Effects of Technology, Media, and Culture Presentation

                Assignment Content

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                Technology and media can be viewed as both a blessing and a curse when it comes to raising and educating children. While there are many positive influences that technology and media have brought to education, there are drawbacks as well. Another important influence is a child’s cultural background, which tends to impact the way a child participates in learning. In this assignment, you will do a deep dive into the effects, both positive and negative, that technology, media, and culture have on the major domains of child development.

                Imagine you’re an instructional coach in a pre-K through 8th-grade school district. You’ve been asked by the head of curriculum to create a presentation to deliver during a teacher institute day.

                Create a 10- to 12-slide presentation with detailed speaker notes that addresses the influence of technology, media, and culture on the following domains of child development:

                  • Physical
                  • Cognitive
                  • Emotional
                  • Social

                  Note: You do not need to create audio for this presentation. The detailed speaker notes will be your script for the presentation.

                  Address the following ages for each influence and domain of development:

                    • Infant/toddler
                    • Early childhood
                    • Middle childhood
                    • Adolescence

                    Include the following elements in your presentation:

                      • Title/introduction slide
                      • Slide style that complements content
                      • Optional: videos, audio clips, or external links

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                      Writing Question

                      One of the powerful experiences of GS 420 is the sharing of life stories. By sharing your own story, you begin the journey of your own self-discover