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  • Of Purpose for Grad School of Economics

    The rapid change in international trade and commerce cannot be blamed for this phenomenon because development can be positive or negative. Earlier, economic crises/problems affected small nations. But now, economic problems are haunting economically stable nations and the union of nations. For instance, the economic crisis is not a new phenomenon for the African and Asian nations. On the other side, the European nations (say, the EU) is facing an economic crisis as an imminent threat. Besides, the EU is trying its level best to overcome the economic crisis but time will prove the effectiveness of the measures taken.So, one can see that the global economy is no longer an…

  • Political Science Letters

    A team was formed by sir Grooves that met in April and May 1945. These meetings were top secret and were with the aim of drawing up a list of targets. The primary criterion for choosing the targets was that the cities targeted must not have been damaged by previous bombings, this allowed for the accurate measurement of the effects of the bomb.Upon the death of the president, the new President, Harry S. Truman, approved the formation of another committee in May, which was given the mandate of being an advisory group to report on the atomic bomb. The committee approved the use of the bomb against a war plant.…

  • Computed Tomography Scanning for Diagnosing Appendicitis

    Bushong (2000) maintained that there are at least five advantages offered by computed tomography over conventional radiography: (1) better contrast resolution, (2) no superposition of tissue, (3) less scatter radiation, (4) 3D imaging capability, and (5) capability for bone mineral assay.The standard practice at the Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) in Abu Dhabi is that a CT scan of the abdomen is requested after initial clinical examination and blood works have been performed in the Emergency Room. However, if the patient is either very young or an adult female, the ultrasound is the modality of choice. When the prior ultrasound yields inconclusive results, it is only then that a CT scan…

  • Animal Rights

    There is no denying the fact that the testing of chemicals, drugs, cosmetics, and consumer products on animals and using animals for scientific experimentation is indeed wrong and cruel. No amount of scientific development justifies extending a cruel treatment to speechless and innocent animals and animal testing is something that is utterly inhumane and detestable. The reality is that the issue of animal testing happens to accrue a highly emotive and polarized response from our society because varied sections of the society tend to evince conflicting attitudes towards animal testing. Many people who consider themself to be the upholders of scientific research do support animal testing as they believe that…

  • Variety of Meanings of Symbols in Different Cultures

    The tricky part of using symbols in appeals such as advertisements is that the meanings of symbols are built upon the cultural ideas and values of the society in which they’re produced. Meaning is transferred as a result of the understanding of the symbol as well as the way that this symbol is used in association with other symbols that also depend, to a large extent, on the understandings of this same society. The clues that are conveyed through these combinations of images educate the audience regarding how they should feel about various things. This is true whether the symbols are used to sell a product or to illustrate a…

  • Christian Existentialism

    Tillich claimed that religion provides one with the strength ‘to be’. The hopes and passions of religion, that are ultra-rational, give society hope to conquer despair. Existentialism isn’t so atheistic that it wears itself out showing that God doesn’t exist. Rather it declares that even if God did exist, that would change nothing…His existence is not the bone of contention (Sartre, 1943). Christian existentialism is not compatible with traditional Christianity. Christendom has basically organized religion in which somebody loses himself in a group mentality. For Kierkegaard, religion is a personal event, not a community affair. I do not believe that these philosophies can strengthen the Christian faith in today’s world.…

  • Posttraumatic stress disorder

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, is an anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to a terrifying event or ordeal in which grave physical harm occurred or was threatened”(National institute of mental health, 2011). It is an anxiety related psychological disease which may occur after a person faces certain physical or psychological trauma. The psychological trauma could be with respect to the threat of death or threat to physical or psychological integrity. It is not necessary that these threats are against the person alone. the threats against the beloved ones can also cause PTSD. Threats of natural disasters like flood, storm, earthquake, fire…

  • Fruitful and Fun Experience Semester

    In this essay, I will try to condense all the things that I learned from studying these three books with an emphasis on the last two in the essay. The book, “Good Reasons with Contemporary Arguments” by Lester FaigleyAnd Jack Selzer, is one of the most informative books I have read in a long time. The book, in essence, teaches you how to argue with authority. Here I found out that argumentation is a very powerful and effective tool not only to getting your point across but also a getting what you want in general. It talks about why people argue and when they do why do some win and…

  • Studying Comparative Politics

    Our world since its origination has been a ‘hotbed’ of activity. Activity in the sense, the central component of this world, we humans have been showing activeness both mentally and physically, which have transformed our globe from a primitive one to an advanced one. Advancement, which is visible in all spheres of our life, as well as in the ‘sphere’, we live. And, that advancement is also seen in one of the important activities of the ‘sphere’, the activity of politics. That is, before the establishment of towns and cities, the concentration of people was in villages, where they lived a way of life, governed by local politics. With the…

  • Democracy in America

    This paper briefly analyses the areas which need further modifications or improvements in order to make democracy stronger in America.America is a country most of the people like to immigrate because of the immense freedom, liberties, and opportunities existing there. Perhaps America is the only country in the world which is developed equally well in most of the areas of human life. If China can compete with America with respect to economic development, they are far behind America with respect to the protection of human rights and freedom of expression rights are concerned. Sometimes the United Kingdom can match the United States in these areas. But they are also far…

  • The Key Competencies of a Project Manager

    The key competencies of a project manager are immense but a few of them are mentioned within the length of this paper.Within the literature review for this topic, the emphasis would be laid on the fact that project managers commit their own selves whole-heartedly towards the cause of the project at hand and that they exhibit some of the very intrinsic traits within their professional duties and their personal capacities which make them stand head and shoulders with the rest of the employees within the organization. It is their single-ness in terms of management expertise which is given its due credit and thus they are appointed as the ones who…

  • How to Distinguish What Is True

    The different ways of knowing can help us in this regard by helping us distinguish between the truths and what we assume to be truths through our perception, emotion, reason and language. This could, in turn, help us distinguish between something that is true and something that is believed to be true merely by helping us to take into account all these personal factors and then viewing the fact objectively without their influence thereon. In short, our ways of knowing can help us distinguish between something that is true and something that is believed to be true.The different “ways of knowing” lead us to different ways by which to approach…

  • Stem Cell Research

    We all begin as a zygote (a fertilized egg with sperm). Zygotes mature from a single cell into a eukaryotic organism by means of what is known as differentiation. What this means is that the cells of a newly formed zygote are normal cells that require the undergoing of differentiation in order to form a complete organism during gestation. Differentiation is simply a process of assigning cells to a specific function and task. Remember in Science, form follows function.Let us assume that a group of cells which have been created through normal cell division (mitosis), are exposed to a specific hormone conducive to kidney function. These new cells will interpret…

  • Negotiation Plan for Interview with the Mayor of Boston

    The setting is perfect. In the calm, pure waters of a lake, someone with vested interests wishes to throw a stone to create ripples. The mayor of Boston has no issue as such yet he wishes to create an issue about the lesser representation of women in the hiring committee of Central Medical Centre headed by Mr. Jonathan Brown. The person, who is bent upon raking it, seems to have some hidden agenda. When a politician raises an issue, it is done mostly with a motivated desire. In the present case, the Mayor of Boston is aware of the impeccable track record and the excellent reputation the hospital enjoys under…

  • Maraviroc A New Hope for the Future of the HIV Infected Patients

    “The development of CCR5 HIV drug that specifically targets virus resistant to first-line therapy is very encouraging for the future of HIV therapy”This statement is very true, before many many people died of HIV, AIDS, they suffered in pain and humiliation and eventually died wrecked in severe pain. AIDS stands for acquired immune deficiency syndrome, it is caused by a virus called HIV, which means human immunodeficiency virus, as soon as one gets infected by it one’s body tries to make anti-bodies to fight the infection spreading into the body. firstly one gets HIV then AIDS occurs much later on many don’t even get really sick till after many years…

  • Investigation Techniques

    These changes may include minute details like turning off lights or opening of doors or windows etc. The investigator must start examining the body and should be careful to avoid damaging any evidence present at the crime scene. Carefully observation of the ground around the body is necessary. The investigator has to search for items of evidence or those which have some evidential value like some stains, marks, etc. The investigator should remember that every crime scene has three dimensions and for that reason a thorough search is necessary. The investigator can use another technique of locating the evidence – by throwing a flashlight on the ground at a slanting…

  • Barriers to Learning

    Also, the author will provide several solutions to each identified barrier to learning.Organizational learning can be acquired through constant reading, listening, or even thinking. It is necessary for the growth and sustainability of an organization. The rapidly changing global market environment creates a tight competition among the local and international businesses. In order to cope with the business challenge that has resulted from globalization, organizational learning is recommended to help the organization in keeping up with the constant changes in the world of business. In line with the economic changes, new theories and learning techniques emerge almost every day. (Gephart et al., 1996)Learning is not always effective because it is…

  • John Stuart Mill and His Practical Works

    Our world becomes wider, our imagination richer and our life more colorful and zestful as a result of our companionship with the travelers of the spirit and the pioneers of thought.” (1960:1). The same is the case with renowned philosopher of Victorian times John Stuart Mill, who has left indelible imprints on the pages of history by dint of his intellect, valuable philosophical works, and theoretical frames. He had completed the profound and scrupulous reading of the prominent Greek, Roman, Latin, and English philosophers and intellectuals at a very young age. His father developed taste for learning and literature in him when he was only three years old. it is,…

  • Understanding the Olympic Marketplace

    The Olympic Games occur as a series of preparatory business activities involving the establishment of brand partnerships from a marketing perspective in which well-known companies such as PepsiCo and Coca-Cola bring their own, unique brand power into the forefront of Olympics activities. However, should Olympics promoters rely on the brand strength of other well-known companies to lure higher volumes of consumers to the Games, or can the Olympics (as a single organization) rely on its own singular brand to accomplish the same goals and build consumer interest?The one-brand strategy occurs when a company or organization which carries a multitude of brands remains focused on utilizing marketing to create a singular…

  • Guidelines on Writing a Research Proposal

    The research proposal delivers the basic information behind a research. reasons for the research, stating the problem at hand as well as how the researcher aims to address the said issue. And with it, the researcher thus proposes a hypothesis to the said problem at hand.According to Stephen Wegren, a Political Science Professor at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in the United States: “A research proposal is the presentation of an idea that you wish to pursue. A good research proposal presumes that you have already thought about your project and have devoted some time and effort in gathering information, reading, and then organizing your thoughts. A research…

  • Of Purpose for Grad School of Economics

    The rapid change in international trade and commerce cannot be blamed for this phenomenon because development can be positive or negative. Earlier, economic crises/problems affected small nations. But now, economic problems are haunting economically stable nations and the union of nations. For instance, the economic crisis is not a new phenomenon for the African and Asian nations. On the other side, the European nations (say, the EU) is facing an economic crisis as an imminent threat. Besides, the EU is trying its level best to overcome the economic crisis but time will prove the effectiveness of the measures taken.So, one can see that the global economy is no longer an…

  • Political Science Letters

    A team was formed by sir Grooves that met in April and May 1945. These meetings were top secret and were with the aim of drawing up a list of targets. The primary criterion for choosing the targets was that the cities targeted must not have been damaged by previous bombings, this allowed for the accurate measurement of the effects of the bomb.Upon the death of the president, the new President, Harry S. Truman, approved the formation of another committee in May, which was given the mandate of being an advisory group to report on the atomic bomb. The committee approved the use of the bomb against a war plant.…

  • Computed Tomography Scanning for Diagnosing Appendicitis

    Bushong (2000) maintained that there are at least five advantages offered by computed tomography over conventional radiography: (1) better contrast resolution, (2) no superposition of tissue, (3) less scatter radiation, (4) 3D imaging capability, and (5) capability for bone mineral assay.The standard practice at the Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) in Abu Dhabi is that a CT scan of the abdomen is requested after initial clinical examination and blood works have been performed in the Emergency Room. However, if the patient is either very young or an adult female, the ultrasound is the modality of choice. When the prior ultrasound yields inconclusive results, it is only then that a CT scan…

  • Animal Rights

    There is no denying the fact that the testing of chemicals, drugs, cosmetics, and consumer products on animals and using animals for scientific experimentation is indeed wrong and cruel. No amount of scientific development justifies extending a cruel treatment to speechless and innocent animals and animal testing is something that is utterly inhumane and detestable. The reality is that the issue of animal testing happens to accrue a highly emotive and polarized response from our society because varied sections of the society tend to evince conflicting attitudes towards animal testing. Many people who consider themself to be the upholders of scientific research do support animal testing as they believe that…

  • Variety of Meanings of Symbols in Different Cultures

    The tricky part of using symbols in appeals such as advertisements is that the meanings of symbols are built upon the cultural ideas and values of the society in which they’re produced. Meaning is transferred as a result of the understanding of the symbol as well as the way that this symbol is used in association with other symbols that also depend, to a large extent, on the understandings of this same society. The clues that are conveyed through these combinations of images educate the audience regarding how they should feel about various things. This is true whether the symbols are used to sell a product or to illustrate a…

  • Christian Existentialism

    Tillich claimed that religion provides one with the strength ‘to be’. The hopes and passions of religion, that are ultra-rational, give society hope to conquer despair. Existentialism isn’t so atheistic that it wears itself out showing that God doesn’t exist. Rather it declares that even if God did exist, that would change nothing…His existence is not the bone of contention (Sartre, 1943). Christian existentialism is not compatible with traditional Christianity. Christendom has basically organized religion in which somebody loses himself in a group mentality. For Kierkegaard, religion is a personal event, not a community affair. I do not believe that these philosophies can strengthen the Christian faith in today’s world.…

  • Posttraumatic stress disorder

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, is an anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to a terrifying event or ordeal in which grave physical harm occurred or was threatened”(National institute of mental health, 2011). It is an anxiety related psychological disease which may occur after a person faces certain physical or psychological trauma. The psychological trauma could be with respect to the threat of death or threat to physical or psychological integrity. It is not necessary that these threats are against the person alone. the threats against the beloved ones can also cause PTSD. Threats of natural disasters like flood, storm, earthquake, fire…

  • Fruitful and Fun Experience Semester

    In this essay, I will try to condense all the things that I learned from studying these three books with an emphasis on the last two in the essay. The book, “Good Reasons with Contemporary Arguments” by Lester FaigleyAnd Jack Selzer, is one of the most informative books I have read in a long time. The book, in essence, teaches you how to argue with authority. Here I found out that argumentation is a very powerful and effective tool not only to getting your point across but also a getting what you want in general. It talks about why people argue and when they do why do some win and…

  • Studying Comparative Politics

    Our world since its origination has been a ‘hotbed’ of activity. Activity in the sense, the central component of this world, we humans have been showing activeness both mentally and physically, which have transformed our globe from a primitive one to an advanced one. Advancement, which is visible in all spheres of our life, as well as in the ‘sphere’, we live. And, that advancement is also seen in one of the important activities of the ‘sphere’, the activity of politics. That is, before the establishment of towns and cities, the concentration of people was in villages, where they lived a way of life, governed by local politics. With the…

  • Democracy in America

    This paper briefly analyses the areas which need further modifications or improvements in order to make democracy stronger in America.America is a country most of the people like to immigrate because of the immense freedom, liberties, and opportunities existing there. Perhaps America is the only country in the world which is developed equally well in most of the areas of human life. If China can compete with America with respect to economic development, they are far behind America with respect to the protection of human rights and freedom of expression rights are concerned. Sometimes the United Kingdom can match the United States in these areas. But they are also far…

  • The Key Competencies of a Project Manager

    The key competencies of a project manager are immense but a few of them are mentioned within the length of this paper.Within the literature review for this topic, the emphasis would be laid on the fact that project managers commit their own selves whole-heartedly towards the cause of the project at hand and that they exhibit some of the very intrinsic traits within their professional duties and their personal capacities which make them stand head and shoulders with the rest of the employees within the organization. It is their single-ness in terms of management expertise which is given its due credit and thus they are appointed as the ones who…

  • How to Distinguish What Is True

    The different ways of knowing can help us in this regard by helping us distinguish between the truths and what we assume to be truths through our perception, emotion, reason and language. This could, in turn, help us distinguish between something that is true and something that is believed to be true merely by helping us to take into account all these personal factors and then viewing the fact objectively without their influence thereon. In short, our ways of knowing can help us distinguish between something that is true and something that is believed to be true.The different “ways of knowing” lead us to different ways by which to approach…

  • Stem Cell Research

    We all begin as a zygote (a fertilized egg with sperm). Zygotes mature from a single cell into a eukaryotic organism by means of what is known as differentiation. What this means is that the cells of a newly formed zygote are normal cells that require the undergoing of differentiation in order to form a complete organism during gestation. Differentiation is simply a process of assigning cells to a specific function and task. Remember in Science, form follows function.Let us assume that a group of cells which have been created through normal cell division (mitosis), are exposed to a specific hormone conducive to kidney function. These new cells will interpret…

  • Negotiation Plan for Interview with the Mayor of Boston

    The setting is perfect. In the calm, pure waters of a lake, someone with vested interests wishes to throw a stone to create ripples. The mayor of Boston has no issue as such yet he wishes to create an issue about the lesser representation of women in the hiring committee of Central Medical Centre headed by Mr. Jonathan Brown. The person, who is bent upon raking it, seems to have some hidden agenda. When a politician raises an issue, it is done mostly with a motivated desire. In the present case, the Mayor of Boston is aware of the impeccable track record and the excellent reputation the hospital enjoys under…

  • Maraviroc A New Hope for the Future of the HIV Infected Patients

    “The development of CCR5 HIV drug that specifically targets virus resistant to first-line therapy is very encouraging for the future of HIV therapy”This statement is very true, before many many people died of HIV, AIDS, they suffered in pain and humiliation and eventually died wrecked in severe pain. AIDS stands for acquired immune deficiency syndrome, it is caused by a virus called HIV, which means human immunodeficiency virus, as soon as one gets infected by it one’s body tries to make anti-bodies to fight the infection spreading into the body. firstly one gets HIV then AIDS occurs much later on many don’t even get really sick till after many years…

  • Investigation Techniques

    These changes may include minute details like turning off lights or opening of doors or windows etc. The investigator must start examining the body and should be careful to avoid damaging any evidence present at the crime scene. Carefully observation of the ground around the body is necessary. The investigator has to search for items of evidence or those which have some evidential value like some stains, marks, etc. The investigator should remember that every crime scene has three dimensions and for that reason a thorough search is necessary. The investigator can use another technique of locating the evidence – by throwing a flashlight on the ground at a slanting…

  • Barriers to Learning

    Also, the author will provide several solutions to each identified barrier to learning.Organizational learning can be acquired through constant reading, listening, or even thinking. It is necessary for the growth and sustainability of an organization. The rapidly changing global market environment creates a tight competition among the local and international businesses. In order to cope with the business challenge that has resulted from globalization, organizational learning is recommended to help the organization in keeping up with the constant changes in the world of business. In line with the economic changes, new theories and learning techniques emerge almost every day. (Gephart et al., 1996)Learning is not always effective because it is…

  • John Stuart Mill and His Practical Works

    Our world becomes wider, our imagination richer and our life more colorful and zestful as a result of our companionship with the travelers of the spirit and the pioneers of thought.” (1960:1). The same is the case with renowned philosopher of Victorian times John Stuart Mill, who has left indelible imprints on the pages of history by dint of his intellect, valuable philosophical works, and theoretical frames. He had completed the profound and scrupulous reading of the prominent Greek, Roman, Latin, and English philosophers and intellectuals at a very young age. His father developed taste for learning and literature in him when he was only three years old. it is,…

  • Understanding the Olympic Marketplace

    The Olympic Games occur as a series of preparatory business activities involving the establishment of brand partnerships from a marketing perspective in which well-known companies such as PepsiCo and Coca-Cola bring their own, unique brand power into the forefront of Olympics activities. However, should Olympics promoters rely on the brand strength of other well-known companies to lure higher volumes of consumers to the Games, or can the Olympics (as a single organization) rely on its own singular brand to accomplish the same goals and build consumer interest?The one-brand strategy occurs when a company or organization which carries a multitude of brands remains focused on utilizing marketing to create a singular…

  • Guidelines on Writing a Research Proposal

    The research proposal delivers the basic information behind a research. reasons for the research, stating the problem at hand as well as how the researcher aims to address the said issue. And with it, the researcher thus proposes a hypothesis to the said problem at hand.According to Stephen Wegren, a Political Science Professor at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in the United States: “A research proposal is the presentation of an idea that you wish to pursue. A good research proposal presumes that you have already thought about your project and have devoted some time and effort in gathering information, reading, and then organizing your thoughts. A research…

  • WrittenAssignment

    Assignment : Quality of SimulationRead chapter 3 of “Janssen, M., Wimmer, M. A., & Deljoo, A. (Eds.). (2015). Policy practice and digital science:  Integrating complex systems, social simulation and public administration in policy research” (link: https://ru.b-ok2.org/book/2570131/a4b799). Suppose you lead a task force that is developing a simulation to provide strategic planning recommendations for property use zoning for a county of 750,000 residents. The zoning board and county commissioners want a simulation that allows them to assess the impact of various zoning decisions based on a variety of dynamic factors, including age, race, education, and income status. 3 Views of simulation Quality:- The Standard View- The Constructivist View- The User Community…

  • Week3DiscussionsandRequiredResources

    Week 3 Discussions and Required ResourcesTwo-part assignment: All parts must be at least 200 words unless otherwise noted. Please read all attachments and follow ALL instructions.Part 1: SuppliersShould a firm attempt to have fewer or more suppliers? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each approach? Your initial post should be 200 words.Part 2:  Forecasting MethodsRead Problem 6 in Chapter 6 of your textbook. Calculate and answer parts a through d. Include all calculations and spreadsheets in your post. Explain why the moving average method was used instead of another forecasting method. What might be another forecasting method that could prove to be just as useful? Your initial post should…

  • Week1Assignment

    Week1The Benefits of Implementation ScienceAdvanced Application of Practice-Based Research in HealthMemorandumTo: Board of Directors From: Research Analyst  Date: May 10, 2020                               SUBJECT: IMPROVING COLLABORATION IN HEALTH CAREI humbly write to propose to you the best project that the facility should adopt and implement to improve the quality of health care delivery to patients.  Proper coordination in a health care facility is one of the best ways of improving the quality of health services. However, one of the best methods which can be used to achieve is through improving collaboration in health care services. Kindly assess my analysis to understand whether this project will help prove services delivery within the facility. Barriers…

  • TeachingtothelearningStylesofMultimodallearners

    Teaching to the learning styles of multi-modal learners…a big waste of time?According to a study commissioned by Psychological Science in the Public Interest titled “Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence,” a recent review of existing research asserts that scientists have failed to show conclusively that students learn better when they are taught according to their preferred modality. The researchers claim that in dozens of studies reporting the success of teaching to different learning styles there is no conclusive scientific evidence to support such claims. They state that in order to prove that student success depends on learning style specific opportunities, a very specific type of study needs to take place and…

  • StudentCoverpage

    College of Administrative and Financial SciencesAssignment 1Human Resource Management (MGT211)Deadline: 07/03/2020 @ 23:59 Course Name: H.R. Management Student’s Name: Course Code:  MGT211 Student’s ID Number: Semester: II CRN: Academic Year: 1440/1441 H For Instructor’s Use only Instructor’s Name: Students’ Grade:  Marks Obtained/Out of Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.Late submission will NOT…

  • SociologyQuiz15to25

    Question 15 of 251.0 PointsJean Baudrillard’s conception of simulacra refers to A. copies of objects for which there is no true original B. the French understanding of conception “simulation.” C. consumer goods bought over the internet D. language that is inherent to internet culture +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Question 16 of 251.0 PointsOne of the reasons signs no longer convey clear and simple meaning according to Baudrillard is due to: A. a disconnect between citizens and their respective governments B. consumer goods creating a cultural world of unstable meaning C. due to the rise in languages both on and offline D. the creation of hypertext within html environments +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Question 17 of 251.0 PointsLyotard uses…

  • SOC323W8

    Make a post by answering the questions below then response to 2 students:Race in the Cultural Imagination1. What where your favorite television programs from ages 6-12? For each of these, identify the race/ethnicity of the major characters (Latino, African American, white, Asian American, Native American, multiracial). Do the same with your favorite films and/or video games.2. What was the portrayal of these characters? Can you identify any race related themes in these programs (interracial friendships, racial discrimination, colorblindness etc.)?3. How might have these media images influenced your understanding of race?2 hours agoCatrina TaylorWeek 8COLLAPSETop of Form1. The television shows I watched as a kid growing up was numerous of television…

  • Seminarreflectionpaperoct 28

    Strategies that are used to Predict EarthquakesGeological processes such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes landslides and floods can cause great harm that can constitute to major hazards. Some of the ways to reduce these effects are building structures and lifelines out of harm’s way through evaluating threatened areas and building structures that withstands the effects of hazards (Asim, Idris, Iqbal, & Martinez-Álvarez, 2018). These actions require people to anticipate areas that these hazards are likely to occur and to respond to it in an appropriate manner. The paper provides a discussion on some of the prediction strategies that can be used to prevent earthquakes from occurring.Predicting the possibility of geological hazards…

  • Seminarreflectionpapernov 18

    Seminar ReflectionThe University of Tacoma Washington was first opened in a leased environment space in 1990 in perking buildings due to the high rise of the campus school where students could further their educational studies. After the establishment of evergreen state college Olympia in 1967, there was a growing need for higher education schools; thus, the board of education saw the need to meet this demand as an opportunity to help students and the resident of Tacoma. The board of education, however, saw a chance to open a campus school in Tacoma to meet the rise of community college transfer students and students who don’t have the means to afford…

  • Samplepreviousyeardifferentcasestudy

    Table of Contents1) Introduction. 32) Suggested Standard Operating Environment. 4a) Productivity. 4b)End of Life Support. 4c) Efficiency. 4d)Flexibility. 4e)Control 42.1. Recommendation and Justification of the Operating System.. 53) Hardware Requirements for Windows 10. 53.1. Possible reuse of Hardware. 64) Operating System Security. 64.1. Justification of Operating System Security. 75) Sharing of Documentation. 85.1) Justification of Sharing Method. 86) Conclusion. 97) References. 10I.     Executive Summary The suggested standard operating environment is Windows 10 because they are using windows 8, the windows are similar as a lot of the functions and icons are same and can easily be learned and get used to so employees don’t need special training to use the new system. The suggested operating…

  • ResearchPaper_DataScienceBigdataanalytics

    Research Paper – Data Science & Big Data AnalyticsThe recent advances in information and communication technology (ICT) has promoted the evolution of conventional computer-aided manufacturing industry to smart data-driven manufacturing. Data analytics in massive manufacturing data can extract huge business values while it can also result in research challenges due to the heterogeneous data types, enormous volume and real-time velocity of manufacturing data.For this assignment, you are required to research the benefits as well as the challenges associated with Big Data Analytics for Manufacturing Internet of Things.Your paper should meet the following requirements:• Be approximately 3-5 pages in length, not including the required cover page and reference page.• Follow APA…

  • PoliticalRolesinNDM

    Political Roles in Natural Disaster Management Student name:Course:Instructor name:Month, day, year:AbstractNatural disaster management is a fundamental act in the US both in economic, social-cultural, and political dimensions. Researchers and policymakers record that due to Hurricane Agnes and nuclear accidents in the United States of America, a rise to government participation at local and federal was evidence through the formation of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (Mener A, 2007). The purpose of this paper is to review and political analysis roles in planning, preparation, and response to a natural disaster. IntroductionThe impact and occurrence of natural disasters are on an administrative capacity. Despite the autonomy of genetic distance relationships with…

  • PLOsAllPrograms

    Program: Bachelor of Arts in Administration Early Childhood Education PLO’s: PLO 1: Demonstrate knowledge of child development principles, including cognitive, language, physical and affective domains, in creating environments that are healthy, supportive, and challenging for children. PLO 2.  Analyze the influence and impact of families and communities on a child’s learning and development. PLO 3. Design and assess developmentally appropriate strategies and programs promoting positive development and learning for children. PLO 4   Apply leadership principles in directing and managing a child care setting. PLO 5   Identify components of personnel management in the recruiting, hiring, and maintenance of staff in quality child care settings. Program: Bachelor of Arts in Child Development…

  • Paper3onScienceandChristianityPrompt

    PAPER #3 ON SCIENCE AND CHRISTIANITYDue:          Monday, May 18 at 11:59 pmLength:     3-4 pages, double-spacedSubmission:  Through Canvas file upload; .docx, .doc, or .pdf only.Topic:        What is the relationship between science and Christianity?The Purpose of the AssignmentThis assignment gives you an opportunity to reflect on what you have learned in the course. The Assignment(1) Review the assigned readings, your notes and course handouts, especially those related to the readings, which are related to the question you are answering. (2) Engaging with and citing the readings, handouts, discussions, and videos of this course, write a paper in which you are in dialogue with the course material. Your paper should be written like a regular essay (no…

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    1 Provide a general introduction and overview of the materials/methods The article used a systematic review of existing literature about learning theories for and instructional practices in incorporated STEM was conducted. The materials of the systematic method were completed using two online databases: ERIC and Web of Science. Restate the purpose of the work The work aims at addressing the absence of consensus about how coordinated STEM learning and education ought to be done. Give the source of materials/equipment used The databases were browsed by utilizing four distinct combinations of search terms: “Incorporated STEM + secondary education,” “Interdisciplinary STEM + secondary education,” “Multidisciplinary STEM + secondary education,” and “STEM combination…

  • ModuleOverview1Diversity

    Module OverviewWhen you hear the word diversity, what do you think about? What does diversity mean to you? Regardless of your background, profession, or academic goals, one thing is certain: Diversity is a topic that you will have to navigate, either for yourself or for the people with whom you will work with or encounter in your daily life. Diversity is about recognizing the similarities and differences between ourselves and other people. These differences could be physical (race, gender, age, ability, etc.) or they could be social (cultural heritage, economic status, political or religious beliefs, etc.). The United States was founded on principles of equality and opportunity for all citizens,…

  • MGT301ASGN1SecondTerm20182019

    Department of Business AdministrationAssignments for MGT Courses.Semester 2nd , 2018-19Course Name: MGT 301 (Organizational Behavior)Directions:These assignments are an individual assignments.All students are encouraged to use their own words. Be three pages in length or (at least 800 words), which does not include the title page, abstract or required reference page, which are never a part of the content minimum requirements. Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and APA style guidelines. Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook andat least two scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles unless the assignment calls for more. It is strongly encouraged that you submit all assignments into the safe assignment…

  • M3A2AssignmentDiscussion

    Student name: Enter the following information about the newspaper article you are to analyze: Title:          Author:     Publication:   Note: All responses must be supported by information from your readings. Provide specific quotations or data to validate your position in each response. Use APA (American Psychological Association) style in-text citations and references.Part 1 Where did the author of the Standard Times article, A. Kuchment, get the scientific information he/she is reporting, the “source”? (Give the full name of the journal or publication, website, etc.) Does this source have a special purpose or goal? (Go to the website of the journal/publisher and see who publishes this (i.e., what organization or government agency), and check…

  • Lessonplantips1

    I wanted to further explain the lesson planning process as it pertains to your final assignment in this class. I will go over the parts that I feel are not necessarily self-explanatory; these include: Standards; Essential Questions; and the Instructional Sequence.OverviewThis lesson plan is inter-disciplinary, meaning it will involve two or more disciplines or content areas, including Language Arts/Writing and at least one other discipline. There are two potential ways to start the brainstorming process, both involving starting with the standards. I would highly recommend that you visit two websites: http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/standards.htmlhttp://www.corestandards.org/read-the-standards/One option is to begin with the New York State Standards for a content area such as social studies or…

  • Political science

    Research paper about comparison between New York and Detroit based on Cost of living, Budget, Education, Housing of the cities, How people get elected, demographics and population. ( 8 pages )10/05/202020politicalscience

  • Education

    You will observe the following video:4th Grade Science-A Discussion of how Students’ Learn to Self Assess Science Fair Projects. Based on the Video respond toeach question using complete sentences. Your responses must be theory-based.3 pages Max. Whattypes of questions wereasked?Please explain Do the questions demand the use of critical thinking and problem-solving skills? Are most of the questions answered with one or two words?If so, based on theory, what strategy will you implement in future lessons? Do the questions promote discussion? If so, based on theory,why is discussion/ dialogueimportant?Posted: 21 hours agoDue: 22/04/2020Budget: $4Tags: asapAnswers 0Bids 71Madem_JenniferTeacher A WorkAmanda SmithMusyokionesDr. BeneveDaniel JohnsonGabriella Malkmichael smithhassan0906PROF_TOMMYRosie SeptemberProCastrol01bennetsandovaANN HARRISjuliusmu33Malik TutorElprofessoriRESPECT WRITERKATHERINE BECKSrunge-kutta acerAmerican TutorCatherine OwensUrgent Tutorbrilliant…

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    What are your goals once you complete your Bachelor Science of Nursing?As we get started in the capstone course of your program, reflect on your growth throughout the BSN program at SNHU. A key function of this capstone course is to give you an opportunity to look back at what you have learned and achieved. As part of your reflection, review the course outcomes, which are the same as the BSN program outcomes, and answer the following questions in your discussion post: How have you achieved these outcomes? In what specific ways has this education changed you both professionally and personally? What specific program outcome challenged you the most, and…

  • Benchmark Nursing Process Approach to Care

    The nursing process is a tool that puts knowledge into practice. By utilizing this systematic problem-solving method, nurses can determine the health care needs of an individual and provide personalized care.Write a paper (1,750-2,000 words) on cancer and approach to care based on the utilization of the nursing process. Include the following in your paper: Describe the diagnosis and staging of cancer. Describe at least three complications of cancer, the side effects of treatment, and methods to lessen physical and psychological effects. Discuss what factors contribute to the yearly incidence and mortality rates of various cancers in Americans. Explain how the American Cancer Society (ACS) might provide education and support.…

  • Food Science

    Food Service and Hospitality Strategic MarketingIndividual Assignment #3, SegmentationThis week’s readings present some very unique frameworks for segmenting your potential market. The articles for this week include traditional demographic categories and some psychographics that are typical of these categories as well as different methods of segmentation. Use these resources and additional research as you determine necessary to:1. Fill your own demographic information into the categories listed in the “Demographics for Restaurants” article.• Age (29)• Income levels (40k)• Education and job types (Associates degree, full time job for a copier company and waitress on the weekends)• Marital status (divorced)• Size of household (2)• Housing and renting prices (rent $700)2. Consider what…

  • Essay Analyzing Public Information on GMOs/GEOs

    You will be writing a 500 to 750-word essay (2-3 pages of text, not including title page and references) that addresses each of the following questions about the site you have located. You will be applying the probing questions you used in the Science Tool Kit assignments to formulate this essay. Include the link to your source, and briefly (1 paragraph) explain the key informational points you found on this web page. Locate the people, organization, or group that is responsible for the website, blog, etc. This is usually found under the “About Us” heading. Investigate this organization and any sponsors: Who are they? What is their goal or agenda…

  • Nursing

    Define critical thinking and evidence-based practice. Discuss what critical thinking in nursing practice entails and explain why it is important. Discuss the role of critical thinking and evidence-based practice as they relate to patient outcomes.https://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/grand-canyon-university/2018/dynamics-in-nursing_art-and-science-of-professional-practice_1e.phphttp://www.aacnnursing.org/News-Information/Fact-Sheets/Nursing-Workforcehttp://www.aacnnursing.org/News-Information/Fact-Sheets/Impact-of-EducationNote: not more than two page18/05/20203nursing

  • Business Intelligence Assignment 2

    On page 89 of your recommended textbook, there is the Application Case 2.2, based on How Machine Learning Is Improving Work in Business. Read through the case and familiarize yourself with the reading assignment of this week and then go ahead and answer the following questions:1. Discuss the benefits of combining machine learning with other AI technologies.2. How can machine learning improve marketing?3. Discuss the opportunities of improving human resource management.4. Discuss the benefits for customer service.Recommended textbook:Sharda, R., Delen, Dursun, and Turban, E. (2020). Analytics, Data Science, & Artificial Intelligence: Systems for Decision Support. 11th Edition. By PEARSON Education. Inc.ISBN-13: 978-0-13-519201-617/05/202010computerscience

  • Document Review Worksheet

    Hello,Attached is the worksheet to be completed for each the 4 readings listed below.C:\Users\sigmonl\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\TempState\Downloads\Caesar Germans (1).htmC:\Users\sigmonl\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\TempState\Downloads\Bacon Science (1).htmC:\Users\sigmonl\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\TempState\Downloads\Lun-yu (1).htmC:\Users\sigmonl\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\TempState\Downloads\Magna (1).htmThanks19/05/202010history

  • PHE6220 Evidencebased Public Health Practice

    Week 4Plan of Action—A Literature Review for A Public Health ProblemThe literature review process can be an inexact science and tedious process because of the extensive scope of public health material, studies, and research. To add to this challenge, there are inconsistencies in the search process which demands a systematic approach to reviewing available literature in order to apply evidence-based decision making. Nonetheless, the literature review remains a key process in EBPH.Going back to Week 3 Project in which you identified five peer-reviewed articles, use the other two articles that you did not use for your assignment. Now, do the following: Utilize these two articles to “Analyze, Summarize, and Apply…

  • Essay

    Chapter 3 – Complete the two essay assignments noted below: (Information Technology and Organizational Learning)Review the strategic integration section. Note what strategic integration is and how it ties to the implementation of technology within an organization.Review the information technology roles and responsibilities section. Note how IT is divided based on operations and why this is important to understand within an organization.The above submission should be two -pages in length (one page for each question) and adhere to APA formatting standards.**Remember the APA cover page and the references (if required) do not count towards the page length**Analytics, Data Science, and Artificial Intelligence, 11th EditionChapter 2 – discussion question #1 & exercises…

  • Click here for instructions and to submit your Race and Intelligence Argument Response

    For this assignment, watch the film in module resource link1. 18 minutes in, the narrator has an interview with Jay Rushton, a psychologist who still argues that there is a biological hierarchy in intelligence. Using your knowledge from this week, our week on the human brain, and the article “Why Genes Don’t Count (For Racial Differences in Health), explain why he is wrong. (His arguments suggest that you can identify race from skeletons and DNA, and that white and east Asian women produce larger brained babies). Why is brain size not relevant?2. Discuss how modernization is impacting “intelligence” across the world using the information presented in the film Race and…

  • Reg world

    Goal: The goal of this forum is to be introduced to the fundamentals of Hinduism and Yoga.Course Objective(s): CO1Identify the influence that major world religions have on society and illustrate the importance of studying religion today. CO2Describe and evaluate the key beliefs and characteristics of each major world religion and show how they are reflected in political and social structures and attitudes.Directions:Select one (1) option from below and develop your Initial Response.OPTION A:Scholars continue to debate the academic nature of Hinduism as to whether or not it is a polytheistic or monotheistic belief system. Based upon your studies and research this week, compare and contrast these two positions and then…

  • Answer these 6 questions

    Answer these questions in a paragraph or more. Use teh prompts below for assistance.1) Describe how the Daubert Standard differs from the Frye Standard.The Frye Standard involves the general acceptance of a theory or technique within the field of science. Basically, if it’s good enough for the scientific community, it’s good enough to be presented in court. This is still the standard in many states.The Daubert Standard has been accepted at the federal level and is the standard in several states. The Daubert Standard uses the Frye Standard as one of its prongs of its reliability component (in addition to whether the theory can be tested, whether the error rate…

  • Technical writing

    Informative Report – DraftChoose a familiar household appliance (such as a vacuum, toaster, or hair dryer).Write a 1–2 page mechanism description (written in your own words) telling an audience of fifth graders in a science class how the appliance works.The document must include: Headings. At least one graphic. A logical spatial order. Citation(s) of any source(s) and graphic(s) if taken from a source.In your document, you should: Ensure the document is clear and brief. Exercise logic in your design, including placement of headers and graphics. Use appropriate language for the audience and purpose. Follow the steps identified in the textbook. Make sure to include a summary for your informative report.…

  • Environmental Science

    write a 500 word for the discussion question below.1. List some arguments for and against carbon trading.Rubric for the Initial Post_____/10 PointsResponse to Prompt. Create a clear assertion that replies to the question posted.______/20 PointsSupport your response. Use cited evidence to support what you have to say. There is no set number of citations required. If any information you provide was not self-known or generated, it must be cited. You can even use hyperlinks to direct classmates to your cited information. When appropriate, you also made personal connections._____/15 PointsElaborate on your evidence. Explain why you chose the evidence you did. Then, connect this evidence and explanation back to your initial…

  • STR/581 PAPER WK2

    please see attachedstr581wk2PAPER.docxSTR581r12_wk2_gg_strategic_plan_part1.docxPosted: 14 hours agoDue: 30/04/2020Budget: $20Answers 0Bids 92Dr. Michelle_KMYoung NyanyaGrace GradesTeacher A WorkDiscount Assignabdul_rehman_hassan0906Gabriella MalkEmily ClareGuru OliviaAmanda SmithMoen ZafarTopanswersWIZARD_KIMProfRubbsQuickly answer michael smithPaula HogEmily MichaelBridget Youngwizard kimDexterMastersquality work for allrunge-kutta acerCatherine OwensDr shamille ClaraTalentedtutorProf.MacQueenCallie Thorneprofessor mitchGreat-WritersRELIABLE PAPERSPROF_TOMMYRESPECT WRITERwork solutionsBrainy BrianEARNESTWRITERJessica LuisStano 001Tutor danielChrisProfTutor Cyrus Kenbrilliant answersPhd christineYhtomitperfectoMadam JosephineCasey CeliaRey writerCotton CandyNursing_MissDrNicNgaokatetutorJenny BoomSaburBAsad UllahClytemnestrakim woodsWendy LewisDr. ElahitutorjassUltimate GEEKimhmd.fAgher EditorTiny ChrisMichelle OwensAcademicResearchPronadia tutorAbdullah AnwarAll Works solverseniorwriterSaad Fahimphyllis youngfirstclass tutorAshley Ellie magz64BentaylorHomework ProJen Tech1Dr WillymartinsPROFJUMAAAansRohanHarris KhanGuruWriter24Miss_AqsasuniyaziaTutor-paulaElaine CarterCreative Geek Hawks EyeJulius_NzyokaProf Nato(PhD)Other questions 10need help with statistics for social science DQ6SOC 100 WEEK 8 QUIZ 5Criminal InvestigationMarketing objetivesSWOT @topclass writer tutorMethodological Issues Article ReviewFor Exceptional Proffit's due in 24 hoursmarketingRated 1 timesStrategic Plan, Part 1: Environmental…

  • Political Science Class Campaign Finance Reform Research Paper (4 pages 1200 words)

    4 page (1200 words) composition on campaign finance reform. You must use five sources that include at least one book, one internet site, and one journal article to complete the paper.You will research in contemporary documents on the internet information about a critical and current issue of the day—campaign finance reform—in such a way that you synthesize your research with your own experience and expand your fund of knowledge about the subject. And you will write a descriptive analytical paper that supports your claims about the state of campaign finance reform today.Teacher seems to be a democrat, would prefer for it to be primarily written from this stance.A LINK GIVEN…

  • HIM2956 Section 01 Health Information Technician Capstone

    Research and share at least one study tool or technique that you have used previously or are planning to use in order to successfully prepare for your AHIMA RHIT exam. Why did the tool work for you, or why do you think it will work for you? Begin your toolbox by locating appropriate and meaningful resources that will be helpful in preparing for your exam. A good place to begin is by examining the resources available to you through theLibrary Guidesin theRESOURCEsection of your course.There are many resources there that will help you. Research the different library guides, including the Health Science Guide, and then continue your research beyond the…

  • Presentation about Sex Offenders Statues in UK vs USA

    1) Focus/issue of your research—remember to ensure this is a forensic issue—the intersection of law and psychology—mental health issue relevant to addressing the “legal issue”,2) brief overview of issue and within US—remember to cover both legal and psychological issues (e.g., competency to stand trial—cover the legal cases and examination issues, or research etc.), 3) brief county profile including statistics of your country relevant to topic (e.g., rate of child abuse and neglect),4) laws, rules, policies relevant to your topic AND social science research,5) critical comparison of differences and similarities between the county laws/approaches/treatment etc. and the US, 6) recommendations, and7) references (APA format for non-legal sources; ABA format for legal…

  • 2 Coments each one 150 words (CITATION AND REFERENCE)

    There are three kinds of subjective research are phenomenological, grounded hypothesis, and ethnographic research. Phenomenological inquire about endeavors to look at how individuals see, and understand a specific circumstance. The data must be gathered from people who have survived the experience. Grounded hypothesis explore depends on emblematic response hypothesis where it is utilized to find issues that exist in a social scene and how the individual perspectives or manages them. It includes definition, testing, and redevelopment until a hypothesis is created. Grounded scholars and phenomenologists are indistinguishable in that they, gather and break down information from the subjects’ points of view They both include social viewpoints, and genuine educational encounters,…

  • Environmental Science and Sustainability

    Due todayPrimary Discussion Response is due by Friday (11:59:59pm Central),Task Description:Sustainability is a combination of population size and consumption of resources per person. In this discussion, we will work as a class to understand sustainability as it applies to our lives. Here is what you need to do.For your main post (due by Friday) Select one of the three Term Options, and view the associated video Option 1 – Ecological Footprint Option 2 – Carbon Footprint Option 3 – Human Carrying Capacity Summarize what you learned about your selected term in a detailed paragraph. Useone of the following calculators todetermine your individual footprint: Ecological Footprint calculator Carbon Footprint calculator Compare…

  • ” Two Research Paper&#x27

    s – URGENT DUE AT 11:59pm TONIGHT”I have two research papers that have to be written from the journal of Psychological Science. Articles are labeled in the sections called “Methods”, “Results” and “Discussion.” NOT ALLOWED TO CHOOSE a review article that summarizes the article of research. No quotes allowed to be used without citations.- I have a rubric that I can send with all of the criteria needed.NEEDS: -title-Authors/Affiliations-name, volume number-hypothesis-method-result-relevance(length 3-5 pages each) 26/04/202020psychology

  • Capital Budgeting Decisions with Discounted Cash

    Please review the attached PowerPoint and completed hw In the hw attachment. There is an example on one tab. Then complete the hw tab. Short suspense, it is due tomorrow by 7pm est.81554_1432714_Ch13CapBudgets.pptx81554_1432717_Ch13ExcelwithHW.xlsxPosted: 2 years agoDue: 09/04/2018Budget: $75Answers 1Ultimate GEEK4.7 (25)4.7 (604)ChatCapital Budgeting Decisions With Discounted CashAnswer rating:5Stars out of1ratings2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itcapitalbudgeting-254797685547.xlsxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $120Bids 29work solutionsWendy LewisDr shamille ClaraAngelo Grahamsguru answersPROF. KATELYNjammieUltimate_WriterMichelle KWAQAS1ACASkyEssaysMegan TillmanProf. Jason1Tom mutungaFLOVODOHMalik TutorClytemnestraJamie AckerEliteExpertsJohn MureithiSaba Abdullahkartel PerfectYhtomitComputer_Science_ExpertNicky-Geekybrilliant answersfarhatullahUltimate GEEKMalik teacherOther questions 10'What managers most often want to know about their organization's culture is how to change it……But what is recommended to managers on the basis of culture theory differs markedly according to the…

  • Regre_assgn

    use materials presentedPosted: 6 hours agoDue: 13/04/2020Budget: $30Answers 0Bids 89Mukul5078Prof.StewartPHD doctorateQuickly answer Asad UllahProf. KimRosie Septemberprof.TimetestGabriella Malkabdul_rehman_wizard kimBridget YoungRESPECT WRITERDr Willymartinsjuliusmu33Genuine GeniusElprofessoriAgher EditorMathStat GeniusAmerican TutorWIZARD_KIMMichelle OwensDexterMasterssleek-writerhassan0906brilliant answersEmily MichaelnicohwilliamWendy LewisPaula HogCatherine Owenssmart-tutorProf. Massarraquality work for allEva GreenBrooklyn Milan Nursing_MissSuper ProffDr Candice_2547TutorJoeKimCasey CeliaChrisProfkatetutorProf.MacQueenUNDISPUTED GEEKkim woodsAcademic MentorTiny ChrisProfRubbsMiss ProfessorRELIABLE PAPERSDrNicNgaoansRohanTutor Cyrus KenClytemnestraSaad Fahimimhmd.fMath Guruuphyllis youngPROF. ANNJessica LuisCotton CandyAbdullah AnwarperfectoMiss Emily BluntGuruu MathJen Tech1work solutionsDr. ElahiPh.D A GradeJenny BoomCourseCrackerprof avrilPROFJUMAAAA-Grade WriterQuickMentorsarapaul2013SaburBMiss Lily J.suniyaziaDr.Glaody01ProfGladdy01Avryle KatherineTop Notch AnswerDR.JONATHAN BDR.KIMSONperfect hamzaDr. Ellen RMsir juliusOther questions 10Public Administration questionsweek 4ffGEN 200 Week 5-Individual Assignment – Professional Knowledge and AbilitiesXBIS 219 Week 9 Final Project Club IT, Part 3COM 100 Week 4 Individual Assignment New Business PaperCMGT 530 Week 2 Individual Assignment…

  • Two matlab assignments

    MATLAB USE IS MUST FOR BELOW BOTH TASKSFinite zip file: Doc ‘Task questions’. All four questions need to be answered.Functions file: doc ‘Tasksheet’. All 5 questions including Advanced questions need to be answered.finite.zipfunctions.zipPosted: an hour agoDue: 12/04/2020Budget: $65Tags: mathsmatlabAnswers 0Bids 74Mukul5078Malik TutorRESPECT WRITEREARNESTWRITERuniversity workMusyokionesDr. ElahiJessica LuisGuruu MathQuickly answer PROF. ANNbennetsandovaCatherine Owenshassan0906Homework Prosmart-tutorBrainy Brianquality work for allabdul_rehman_AllenAsad UllahEmily MichaelRELIABLE PAPERSRosie Septemberjuliusmu33Prof.MacQueenkatetutorperfectowizard kimWendy LewisDr. AmeerahWIZARD_KIMNursing_Misssarapaul2013Casey CeliaDrNicNgaoEva GreenSaburBProf. Clarisework solutionsbrilliant answersphyllis youngElprofessoriAcademic MentorTiny ChrisProff work phd TutorJoeKimDr WillymartinsTutor Cyrus KenSaad Fahimimhmd.fprof avrilDr Candice_2547kim woodsCotton CandyAbdullah AnwarDexterMastersMiss Emily BluntansRohansleek-writerJen Tech1Jenny BoomPaula HogPROFJUMAAAChrisProfA-Grade WriterPROF_TOMMYQuickMentorMiss Lily J.suniyaziaAvryle KatherineAmelia IrisTop Notch Answerkatty_julietOther questions 101 Essay AND small Assignmentsfor comp science prof60% of what number is 105?Analysis of The manneporteIf the…

  • Group Case analysis Jet Blue Strategic Planning/ Business policy

    Outline jet blue case 28Executive Summary-Vision Statement-Mission Statement-Current Objectives-Current Strategies -SWOT -5 forces-Financial Ratio Analysis-Balanced Score Card -Proposed Alternative Strategies – Need only this section doneRecommended Strategies – need only this section doneJetBlueCase28.docxjblu-2016-ar.pdfPosted: a year agoDue: 09/02/2019Budget: $13Answers 1Amanda Smith4.9 (1k )4.9 (11k )ChatPostAnswer rating:1Stars out of1ratingsa year agoPurchase the answer to view itJetbluesproposedandrecommendedalternativestrategies.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $14Bids 50ceterisAmanda SmithProfRubbsPILOT RIGHTAsad UllahPROF. ANNProf.MacQueenBill_WilliamsBrainy Brianwangang_aPhd christinePROF. KATELYNJOHN JUNIOR001Angelina MayDr. Claver-NNkatetutorEliteExpertskatemorokaRey writerDr.Qura-tul-ainkristine tutorChrisProfElprofessoriprof avrilGreat-Writerswork solutionsDexterMasterskim woodsDrNicNgaowriters cartelnadia tutorbrilliant answersAgher EditorUltimate GEEKWendy Lewisphyllis youngmbithehDr shamille ClaraMiss ProfessorCharandryMichelle OwensFLOVODOHSmart-SolutionsChance Of a Lifetymwriter respect Tiny ChrisansRohanKIBBZMORIACarlminiedoctor alidanOther questions 10Finance Paper 3 370Data analysis paper nurs 6531 wk 9 discussion questionDiscussion QuestionACC 556 Week 5 Midterm Exam Part 2Health Careinstructions…

  • Website discussion

    Evaluate one of the websites listed below and create a report based on heuristic evaluation, consistency, and cognitive walkthrough. https://www.homeworkden.comIn your report, do the following: Include the URL of the site you chose. Provide details of the heuristics based on the Eight Golden Rules and give examples of where cognitive load is increased. Describe in detail the consistency or inconsistency throughout the site. Describe the cognitive walkthrough for a typical user, beginning with high-frequency tasks; document your findings based on best HCI practice, providing detailed examplesPosted: 29 minutes agoDue: 01/04/2020Budget: $3Tags: not urgentAnswers 1PsychologyTutor (Not rated)0.5 (1)Chat24 minutes agoPurchase the answer to view itTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10Bids 62Madem_JenniferMichelle GoodManProfRubbsAmanda SmithRosie SeptemberTaylor RodmanHomework Prohassan0906Prof.…

  • Short written report on film

    Planet of the Apes (1974): (Race relations and slavery—turnabout is fair play?)Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare 1996 (film)Les Miserables, Victor Hugo 1998 (film)The Crucible, Arthur Miller 1996 (film)Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller 2001 (film)The Great Gatsby T.S. Elliot 2000 (film)The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexander Dumas 2002 (film)Saving Private Ryan: (Saving the last family to survive WWII combat)Avatar: (The displacement of native populations)Jurassic Park (1993): (Science and Ethics)A Few Good Men: (Following illegal orders in the military service)Pick 5, each should have a separate paper.Write a short written report on the ethical issues expressed in 5 of these films.Limit the length to one and a half pages, double spaced. Try…

  • Assig M

    After reading Insight Maker: A general-purpose tool for web-based modeling& simulation, Scott Fortmann-Roe, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management please answer the following questions,1. How could this tool be useful in conducting research for your dissertation?2. How could this tool be useful in your current or anticipated job?04/02/20205informationsystems

  • Data science and big data analytics

    1.What is a logit and how do we compute class probabilities from the logit?2.Compare and contrast linear and logistic regression methods.3.Let x3 be the following vector:x3 <- c(0, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4)Imagine what a histogram of x3 would look like. Assume that the histogram has a bin width of 1. How many bars will the histogram have? Where will they appear? How high will each be?When you are done, plot a histogram of x3 with bin width = 1, and see if you are right.30/01/20205informationsystems

  • Data science DD4

    By completing last week’s assignment, you had the opportunity to deepen your understanding of R and Python. This week’s discussion is an opportunity to share and exchange new knowledge.Note: This weeks discussion has multiple parts (all parts are required for credit).(a). Provide a very brief summary of the strengths and weaknesses of both R and Python.(b) Share a summary of an actual study where R and/or Python were used for data analytics. – Include a description of the problem that was the catalyst for the study – Include the APA citation – Include the .pdf of the academic paper so others can share your knowledge(c) Provide your research-based opinion on…

  • Mukul only PLEASE

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  • Impact of Humans on the Florida Everglades Ecosystem

    Impact of Humans on the Florida Everglades Ecosystem The Florida Everglades is a region that is characterized with shallow and immense floods with numerous hills that have become islands. The region is known to hold several freshwater swamps that include Blue Cypress Water Management Area, Everglades National Park, Highlands Hammock State Park, Collier-Seminole State Park, Tosohattchee State Reserve, Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve and the Big Cypress National Park (National Research, 2002). These swamps are facing numerous threats from human activities that undermine the region and its habitats. This paper is designed to look into the various impacts that the human activities carried out in the Florida Everglades region have on…

  • Comparison between Whitmans To a Locomotive Winter and Dicksons I Like to See it Lap the Miles

    The entire poem is presented in a way that it acts as a symbol of the then-impressive technological advancement in the United States. Dickson’s poem talks of the progress of a certain strange creature that winds itself on the way through a hilly landscape. In Waltman’s poem, the persona displays to the readers how good-working and strong the locomotive engine is. The second line describes how the locomotive drives through the bad weather. Thee in the driving storm even as now, the snow the winter day declining (line 2). The two words, ‘Snow’ and ‘Now’ rhyme and act as the emphasis that the winter is still in existence. The term,…

  • Racial Ethical Cultural and Linguistic Issues

    It could be said that psychological issues have been in existence in all human societies. The normal practice is to obtain some form of counseling or even treatment. In the past, when societies and its members lived closely together, this was done by family elders or other persons usually referred to as witch doctors. They were usually of the same culture, color, and caste of the person being counseled or treated. But as societies developed, and the field of psychology was recognized as a science, the relationship began to change. Families were moving out to cities making them nuclear in nature. This resulted in the concept of professional counselors and…

  • Mark Driscoll Article Review

    Mark Driscoll: Article Review Mark Driscoll: Article Review Introduction This paper is aimed to analyse the article which is a section of the by Mark Driscoll. It contains the biblical aspects of Creation and its contrary ideas. This paper is focused on explicating the ideas about Creation which are addressed in this article. Beliefs of Creation There is a significant belief about the creation which holds that the universe has been created through a number of natural processes. These natural processes have been underlined by with the concept of causality, and this causal processes and creation has been guided by God. God has also created two humans as the representatives…

  • Multiple Intelligences Parameters

    Multiple Intelligence (MI) Theory and the Making of the New Curriculum Multiple Intelligence (MI) theory, a diverse idea of intelligence, provides educators a coherent and valid paradigm with which to examine their perceptions of instruction and the ability of their students, to decide on how they should organize their students’ learning experiences, and to evaluate their own strong points and limitations and how these affect their behavior and decisions in classrooms (Armstrong, 1986). According to Lazear (2003), the theory has the capability of improving theoretical knowledge, cultivating constructive attitudes toward learning and instruction, boost involvement or participation and satisfaction in classrooms, and build more reliable learning experiences. A tailored curriculum…

  • Descartes and Darwin

    Secondly, the paper will explore how history and modern science has added more weight to the views of Darwin which suggests that this view may be more ‘correct’ in its nature. The Debate on Human Nature One of the most well-known parts of Descartes’ philosophical views is the concept that to be human is to be composed of two incompatible pieces. the body and the soul. The body is full of the natural processes, whilst the soul contains all the information that we need to be ourselves, including all of our decision-making faculties and our personalities (Descartes, 2006). These two components, perhaps communicating through the pineal gland, are thoroughly different…

  • Basic Concepts In Nursing Practice

    Definition of Nursing Nursing is an art and a science.Earlier emphasis was on the care of the sick patient. now the promotion of health is stressed.British Nurses Association definition, 2003: Nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to actual and potential health problems. Roles of NursingWhether in hospital-based or community health care setting, nurses assume three basic roles: Practitioner—involves actions that directly meet the health care and nursing needs of patients, families, and significant others. includes staff nurses at all levels of the clinical ladder, advanced practice nurses, and community-based nurses.Leader—involves actions such as deciding, relating, influencing, and facilitating that affect the actions of others and are directed…

  • Stanley Kubrick A Life of Contributions to Film

    An awareness of contingency arises whenever there is a loss of faith in teleological explanations, in the received or discovered validity of meaning, in the rational structures of nature or the signifying power of mind and language (Nelson, 1982.p. 13). Kubrick was not like those filmmakers who hold a mirror to nature, but rather he was one who creates his own experience. Kubrick himself said that he put forth substantial control over the final filmic product. His several films are considered major addition to generic canons like 2001: A Space Odyssey is a science fiction. The Shining is a horror film while Full Metal Jacket is on war. It seems…

  • Human Resources of International Business Machines Corporation

    The issue of job satisfaction has been studied in connection with disciplines such as economics, psychology, management science, and sociology.A good employer is one who would ensure that his employees are satisfied because satisfaction is closely related to their labor markets behavior such as quits, productivity and absenteeism. Research shows that job satisfaction predicts if an employee will quit just like in case of wages.It is therefore imperative to study the determinants of job satisfaction. In this study focus will be an aspect of job satisfaction with age, the degree in the field of study and the educational level of employment of persons working in different sectors of the economy…

  • Animal Behavior and Animal Welfare

    The author in his introduction highlights the limited purview within which the scientific community has confined its observation of animal behavior so as to satisfy and meet its own selfish criteria in the garb of scientific research. This limited purview might permit us to obtain short term accuracies in scientific studies which measure statistical endpoints but do not reveal the real picture on animal behavior. Animals depending upon their species, natural habitat and brain development level might be capable of higher levels of emotional sensitivity and response to external stimuli which cannot be measured by purely mathematical and statistical endpoints. The author exemplifies the nuances early in his introduction when…

  • The Role of Coordinated Sports Science Support

    Jan Borms et al state: The quest for higher levels of performance leads to innovations in the process of training and thus to a deeper understanding of coaching and further development of coaching science/theory (Borms et al p.125). It requires the service of a training program, having advanced technologies and medical facilities, to keep them fit. Sport science support gives excellent athlete support services and it includes sports medicines along with the assistance of surgeons and doctors. Studies have proven the fact that coordinated sports performance works directly with the most excellent service contributors in various institutions in the North West and North Wales. In light of various practical barriers,…

  • Utilitarianism Jeremy Bentham (17481832) and John Stuart Mill (18061873)

    As Bentham wrote in Chapter 1 of ‘An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation,’ By the principle of utility is meant that principle which approves or disapproves of every action whatsoever, according to the tendency it appears to have to augment or diminish the happiness of the party whose interest is in question: or, what is the same thing in other words, to promote or to oppose that happiness. (Bentham, 1823) Utilitarianism addresses the philosophical problem that occurs in the definition of the good in a pluralistic society where many people may differ on defining exactly what constitutes objective standards in moral reasoning. Utilitarianism is important in its…

  • Using Falsification in Philosophy

    Therefore, it appears that as one theory gets falsified, another one evolves as a replacement and act as an explanation for the new observation. A major theme that lies behind science is that any scientific hypothesis and its experiments are inherently falsifiable. Despite falsifiability not being accepted universally, it is seen as the foundation of the majority of scientific experiments. This means that in as much as many scholars may doubt it, it is a major block in the acceptability of any scientific projects. An experiment has to be falsified for it to be accepted as true. Karl Popper, one f the earlier philosophers tried to solve the problem of…

  • Critically evalutate the evidence that criminal profiling is effective

    It is usually carried out in a three stage process: First, police officers collect crime scene data and forward it to a profiler. second, the profiler conducts an analysis of the crime scene data. and third, the profiler provides predictions about the type of individual likely to have committed the crime in question. (Snook et al,, 2007, 438) There was initial enthusiasm for this approach, especially in the United States where the FBI set up a special ‘Behavioral Science Unit’ which analysed crimes and made recommendations for the application of criminal profiling in serious crime cases. From the beginning it was clear that the process involves multiple skills and multiple…

  • Implementation of Ergonomics for Small Business

    Small businesses are most (likely) hurt the worst by such injuries: they are as likely to occur in little offices as massive ones. however, smaller corporations are less ready to incur the cost of health care, temporary replacement of employees, workers compensation, and worker grooming (not to say lost business). At an equivalent time, these businesses also are less equipped to implement OSHA’s needed policies.Ergonomics is defined as the science of fitting tools and jobs to employees and of preventing injuries caused by repetitive motion, awkward posture, force, or vibration. As the Occupational Safety and Health Administration developed its laws, business interests were against safety considerations during a discussion over…

  • Epicurus and Hobbes Philosophies Advocating Moral Egoism

    Thomas Hobbes believed that the best way to live life is through an absolute sovereignty in the form of a government (Thomas Hobbes). Having different beliefs on methods of how life must be lived, both of them thought that these methods serve the self-interest of individuals. Their philosophies, therefore, summarize that of a moral egoist which states that it is ethical to do actions that serve an individual’s self-interest or the common interest of a group. It is the objective of this paper to justify the lumping of these two thinkers as moral egoists in accordance to their common belief that actions must be done towards the achievement of self…

  • Science has been Proved but Religion is Only a Belief

    The essay topic requires us to understand the differences between science and religion and the relationship between the two domains in their historical context. Both these terms ‘science’ and ‘religion’, although often used as convenient labels, encompass a vast range of human experience and achievements falling within their respective ambit.Our purpose here is to tease out what is generally regarded as science and compare and contrast it with what is universally recognised as established religion. Some characteristics can be attributed from the essay topic itself where science is associated with ‘proof’ and religion is associated with ‘belief’, although it is made clear that this way of separating the two domains…

  • How coal is fromed

    Coal is one of the most ancient known sources of energy in the world. It is been used almost since the beginning of the humanity. For centuries it has been vital for the mankind to sustain heat in dwellings as well as being used for cooking, making clay pots and much more. Later, with the industry development, besides being a source of energy and fuel, the coal became a vital element in steel and cement production, production of benzol, methane, tar, coke and more. Coal is one most important and used source of the energy in the world. It has been used to produce almost 40% of electricity worldwide, with…

  • Rice The Potential for this Commodity for the Future of Thailand

    One of the problems that plague the growth of the rice market in 2010 is the rise in the number of natural disasters that have diminished the stock of the grain. Monsoons, earthquakes, and landslides have affected the stock, causing an impending possibility of a shortage. The predicted effect of these issues suggests that a 1.9% decrease in production for 2009 has taken place in compared to the growth in 2008. Countries such as Afghanistan, Cambodia, China, Myanmar, Thailand, Korea, and Vietnam have all shown good crops for the year while India, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Iraq, Japan, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka all saw shorter crop production due to…

  • Dan Browns Treatment of Science and Religion

    However, he tries to establish the same thing with religion also as Camerlengo Carlo Ventresca is the real villain in the film who plans the entire plot to be the next pope. He even kills the scientist who tries to establish a link between science and god. The idea of Camerlengo might be the fact that when the science finds god at a time, the domination of religious heads on the common people may end. Unable to bear that he unleashed terror by killing the scientist with that thought and tries to be Pope with the help of his demonstration of extraordinary powers like a message from God. Hence, Dan…