PMP Baseline

This has 4 parts that will need to be developed – The baseline, the scope, project schedule, and project budget. If you cannot create the tasks budget in ProjectLibre then you may utilize MS Excel. For the budget, it is a hypothetical “dollar”. You will not need to calculate anything. You will just need to assign a “budget” to each respective task. Instructions attached for you.

social media in philosophy

(2) Present a detailed explanation of that situation/event using the conceptsintroduced in one of the readings we discussed this semester. You can choose anyreading we discussed.(3) Present an objection to your explanation: how could somebody holding adifferent position interpret the situation/event you have presented and how couldthey answer to your own explanation of that situation/event?(4) Respond to that objection from the point of view you have chosen to defend.Example: I have recently read on the New York Times that a big cryptocurrency companywent bankrupt and millions of dollars disappeared into nothing in a few days if notminutes. Suppose that I choose to focus on that situation, and I decide to explain it usingthe conceptual framework of Descartes’ First Meditation. (1) So I start my paper bygiving a brief but clear and comprehensive account of that situation as I read it on theNew York Times. (2) Then I explain that scenario using Descartes’ First Meditation, forexample by raising the question of the metaphysical status of cryptocurrency: is it real?Is it something of whose existence we can doubt? Is it something that has a physicalconsistency? Following the lead of Descartes’ First Meditation, I argue thatcryptocurrency is not real in the sense that it is nothing outside our own minds. (3) I thenpresent an objection to my Cartesian interpretation of cryptocurrency, for examplesupposing that someone might argue that cryptocurrency is both real and physicalbecause (a) it depends on some physical machinery carrying out algorithms and (b) it hassome very real consequences on economics and on the lives of people (especially thosewho invested on it). (4) I respond to that objection arguing that many things that existonly in our mind (for example, dreams, imaginary characters, moral ideals) have a realinfluence on our lives, but that this doesn’t make them any more real, in the sense thatthey still have existence only in our minds.Please note that this is only an example (and probably not a very good one), and it isgiven to illustrate how you should proceed. You should choose a situation or eventdifferent from the one I have given in my example, and you should analyze it from aperspective different from the one I have indicated in the example.InstructionsThe paper should address the four points I have indicated, but it should be structuredas one paper and not as four separate answers to four questions.After you have finished outlining your paper, you should write a short openingsentence in which you state what you are going to argue for in the paper and announce itsoutline (we will discuss some examples in class).When writing and reviewing your paper, ask yourself the following questions:Philosophy of Human Nature, Fall 2022(a) Is the thesis you intend to defend clear?(b) Is the structure of the paper clear? How can it be improved?(c) Is the concrete situation or event well suited to be explained from the point ofview that you decided to defend?(d) Is the objection clearly expressed?(e) Is the response to the objection clearly expressed?(f) Is the paper written in a grammatically correct form?(g) If you are using technical concepts, are you sure that you have explained them inclear terms?

Environmental Pollution

.. here is what the teacher posted:I’ve changed the topic of this final assignment from what’s on the syllabus, as I thought it would be easier to find sources and information on, as well as be more interesting. If you’ve already written a good portion of this assignment already, based upon the previous prompt, just let me know. This paper should be around 500 words (about two pages), and have a properly formatted references section (minimum of two sources expected, not including the book) with in-text citations.Prompt:In the first part of your essay, I want you to outline a business, either a specific company (e.g. Exxon) or just field of business (e.g. oil industry) that has traditionally contributed to degradation of the environment (water/air pollution, habitat destruction, major emitter of greenhouse gases, etc). Give a basic intoduction and summary of the main environmental impacts associated with the business.In the second part, outline a specific company or new field of business that is operating in the same space as the polluter company outlined above, and talk about what they are doing differently in order to limit or remedy environmental harm that has typically been associated with that type of business. Give a summary of how they are operating in a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly way.

Development Philosophy Paper

Requirements include:Title page and reference page (an abstract is not required)Length between 4-5 pages of content (excluding title page and reference page)Current APA format for all elements within the paperDouble-spacing12-point, Times New Roman fontPrompt:In this paper, you are to explain your personal theory of human development. Make sure you address all four areas of development (physical development, cognitive development, social development, and personality development).

Christian Theology

Then choose one more of the remaining questions, for a total of two  essays. Answers should utilize specific references to Migliore and your secondary source, as well as direct Bible references. Convince me you know what you are writing about. Answers should be around 2 pages each for a total of 4 pages.First one must be answered : Choose one of the theodicies mentioned by Migliore and detail how it attempts to reconcile the existence of God and the existence of Evil. You can find book online its Called Faith Seeking Understanding by Daniel MigliorePick ONE of the following as your second Construct a biblical understanding of the nature and function of the church. What are key characteristics of the church in Scripture and expanded on by tradition?What does it mean to be made in the image of God and how does sin effect that image?Build a proper understanding of either the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper or Baptism. Detail the biblical support for the sacrament and discuss how the sacrament should be practiced by the local church.

Faith Integration Research Paper

Complete assignment instructions are included in the attachment below.”Because I attend a Christian school, we must write this kind of paper. In the instructions, it is asked to share personal information and goals. But all I think the writer needs to know is that I value my faith as moderately important in the workplace,  I study business administration and aim to work in the consulting field.  Other than that, I leave complete freedom to the writer to input personal insights and points of view.

Any topic (writer’s choice)

This assignment will also ask you to synthesize all of the skills we have learned in They Say, I Say. For the academic research essay in this class, you will argue your specific “side” or perspective by advancing a thesis statement that is supported by credible evidence (your research) free of any fallacies. You will choose from the sources you closely evaluated for the library activity and research to advance your thesis in the essay. Your essay should have an original title.Assignment RubricA research essay that “Achieves Excellence” will be distinguished in the following criteria:The writer advances a thesis based on research and critical analysis (Chapters 4-10).The writer appropriately uses sources to advance his or her thesis statement (Chapters 1-10).The writer appropriately uses summary, paraphrase, and/or direct quotation (Chapters 1-3).The writer meets the Standards for Effective Composition (clarity, logic, accuracy, etc).The essay is 1500-2000 words.The writer adheres to MLA style for in-text citations and has a Works Cited page in MLA format.

art analysis paper

Primary texts (texts that are close in date to the material being studied or that influenced the material being studied), where they exist, are a key source for learning about how and why a particular work was made and what it may express. For this assignment, you will be writing a 750-word analysis of a work of art in relation to a primary text. What are my choices?You may choose from the following options:Choice 1: the Expulsion from Paradise panel located on the Hildesheim Doors. This work illustrates Genesis 3, verses 9–24. Review lecture notes on the Hildesheim Doors so that you have a basic understanding of the context in which this panel appears, but focus your analysis on the panel’s representation of the Biblical episode described in Genesis. How does the artist interpret the text visually? What is emphasized, omitted, or transformed, why, and how? Choice 2: the reliquary of Sainte-Foy, compared with a selection from the Book of Sainte-Foy (PDF on MyCourses). The Book of Sainte-Foy collects stories about Foy’s relics and the miracles associated with her. These stories were first written down in the early eleventh century, after the reliquary had been created. This selection describes a miracle associated with Foy, and includes a description of the saint’s appearance in a vision. How does a contemporary author’s reporting of this saint’s legend and appearance enhance our understanding of the reliquary’s appearance and reception in the Middle Ages? Choice 3: Old Trees, Level Distance, a painting by the 11th-century Chinese artist Guo Xi (sometimes transliterated as Kuo Hsi), compared with an excerpt from Xi’s own philosophy of landscape painting. Based on the text, what does Xi value in landscape painting, and how would he try to evoke specific effects? In what ways does this example of his painting reflect his theories? How do I do it? Each work of art has several images on MyCourses or linked online. The accompanying texts are available either as links to the internet or as PDFs on MyCourses. Regardless of which option you choose, you should read the primary source carefully. Consider the context of the written source, the relationship between the written source and the work of art, and how and why the work of art does or does not reflect the text. Formulate a strong thesis that argues for a specific interpretation for your selected work of art based on its relation to its primary source, and use this thesis to organize your paper. All sources, whether quotations, paraphrases, or ideas that are specific to an author, should be correctly cited in Chicago style. This includes your primary source! Writing a rough draft is a good way to start thinking through your approach to the assignment so that your final version is effective and polished. I suggest taking notes about your ideas and writing a draft prior to the deadline. Take a break from the assignment and return to your draft a day or two later to rethink your approach. When do I turn it in? Deadline: December 1st before midnight. Upload your paper to the MyCourses dropbox as one file in Word or as a PDF. Do not use other formats or upload multiple files. What goals should I achieve? Students use historical texts as tools to contextualize works of artStudents associate formal qualities of works of art with historical evidence Your grade will be based on how well your paper meets these goals, as well as on the quality of your written expression. What if I have a question about formatting, citing sources, or composition? Formatting GuidelinesMargins should not exceed 1.25” to the left and right or 1” from the top and bottom.Use a twelve-point font that is easy to read.Double-space your paper.Italicize titles of works of art and titles of books and journals; use quotation marks for all titles of short written works. CitationsCitations exist to distinguish your original work from the work of others; to provide support for your argument; and to help your audience find the source of ideas so they can read more about the topic. Information that is neither common knowledge nor your own analysis must be cited in Chicago style, including page numbers or web addresses. This includes information taken from the course textbook. The Chicago Manual of Style has a webpage with common citation formats here: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html.  Failure to cite words, phrases, or ideas that are not your own constitutes plagiarism, which may result in a failing grade on the assignment and/or the class, as well as consequences to be determined by RIT’s administration. Footnote numbers should follow the punctuation mark after the phrase containing the cited material. Each reference should have a unique number, and the number should appear in superscript.Students sometimes have a hard time determining what is considered “common knowledge.” Facts or interpretations that are repeated by multiple sources can be considered common knowledge and do not need citations. If an author makes a unique argument, makes an argument that counters accepted knowledge, provides information that was previously unknown, or provides specific statistics or original research, you must cite these ideas if you mention them. Composition GuidelinesAvoid a generic introduction (“Throughout the ages, art has been important” and the like). You’re writing a short paper for a specific audience, and should present your topic and state your thesis in a specific way.Make sure your paper does what the assignment asks you to do. Read the assignment carefully before you start your paper, and again when you finish.Your ideas and the support for those ideas should be organized so that each paragraph logically follows the next. Each paragraph should have a role in proving your thesis.Use transitions to signal when you are moving from one idea to the next.Use specific examples to support your argument and your interpretations. Saying “The building is powerful” is not enough. What is it that makes the building powerful? “The enormous scale and heavy, squared supports create an impression of power” offers specific evidence for that interpretation. Use a tone that suits a formal paper. This means avoiding slang and casual language. The most concise way to make a point is often the most clear and effective way.  Choose your words carefully, and be sure you know what the words you’re using mean: “infamous” is not a more intense version of “famous.”Be careful of homonyms! Spellcheck won’t catch it if you use the wrong form of a word.Make sure to proofread your paper. Be on the lookout for misspellings the spellcheck won’t catch: “apes” for “apse,” for example.

Art analysis paper

Primary texts (texts that are close in date to the material being studied or that influenced the material being studied), where they exist, are a key source for learning about how and why a particular work was made and what it may express. For this assignment, you will be writing a 750-word analysis of a work of art in relation to a primary text. What are my choices?You may choose from the following options:Choice 1: the Expulsion from Paradise panel located on the Hildesheim Doors. This work illustrates Genesis 3, verses 9–24. Review lecture notes on the Hildesheim Doors so that you have a basic understanding of the context in which this panel appears, but focus your analysis on the panel’s representation of the Biblical episode described in Genesis. How does the artist interpret the text visually? What is emphasized, omitted, or transformed, why, and how? Choice 2: the reliquary of Sainte-Foy, compared with a selection from the Book of Sainte-Foy (PDF on MyCourses). The Book of Sainte-Foy collects stories about Foy’s relics and the miracles associated with her. These stories were first written down in the early eleventh century, after the reliquary had been created. This selection describes a miracle associated with Foy, and includes a description of the saint’s appearance in a vision. How does a contemporary author’s reporting of this saint’s legend and appearance enhance our understanding of the reliquary’s appearance and reception in the Middle Ages? Choice 3: Old Trees, Level Distance, a painting by the 11th-century Chinese artist Guo Xi (sometimes transliterated as Kuo Hsi), compared with an excerpt from Xi’s own philosophy of landscape painting. Based on the text, what does Xi value in landscape painting, and how would he try to evoke specific effects? In what ways does this example of his painting reflect his theories? How do I do it? Each work of art has several images on MyCourses or linked online. The accompanying texts are available either as links to the internet or as PDFs on MyCourses. Regardless of which option you choose, you should read the primary source carefully. Consider the context of the written source, the relationship between the written source and the work of art, and how and why the work of art does or does not reflect the text. Formulate a strong thesis that argues for a specific interpretation for your selected work of art based on its relation to its primary source, and use this thesis to organize your paper. All sources, whether quotations, paraphrases, or ideas that are specific to an author, should be correctly cited in Chicago style. This includes your primary source! Writing a rough draft is a good way to start thinking through your approach to the assignment so that your final version is effective and polished. I suggest taking notes about your ideas and writing a draft prior to the deadline. Take a break from the assignment and return to your draft a day or two later to rethink your approach. When do I turn it in? Deadline: December 1st before midnight. Upload your paper to the MyCourses dropbox as one file in Word or as a PDF. Do not use other formats or upload multiple files. What goals should I achieve? Students use historical texts as tools to contextualize works of artStudents associate formal qualities of works of art with historical evidence Your grade will be based on how well your paper meets these goals, as well as on the quality of your written expression. What if I have a question about formatting, citing sources, or composition? Formatting GuidelinesMargins should not exceed 1.25” to the left and right or 1” from the top and bottom.Use a twelve-point font that is easy to read.Double-space your paper.Italicize titles of works of art and titles of books and journals; use quotation marks for all titles of short written works. CitationsCitations exist to distinguish your original work from the work of others; to provide support for your argument; and to help your audience find the source of ideas so they can read more about the topic. Information that is neither common knowledge nor your own analysis must be cited in Chicago style, including page numbers or web addresses. This includes information taken from the course textbook. The Chicago Manual of Style has a webpage with common citation formats here: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html.  Failure to cite words, phrases, or ideas that are not your own constitutes plagiarism, which may result in a failing grade on the assignment and/or the class, as well as consequences to be determined by RIT’s administration. Footnote numbers should follow the punctuation mark after the phrase containing the cited material. Each reference should have a unique number, and the number should appear in superscript.Students sometimes have a hard time determining what is considered “common knowledge.” Facts or interpretations that are repeated by multiple sources can be considered common knowledge and do not need citations. If an author makes a unique argument, makes an argument that counters accepted knowledge, provides information that was previously unknown, or provides specific statistics or original research, you must cite these ideas if you mention them. Composition GuidelinesAvoid a generic introduction (“Throughout the ages, art has been important” and the like). You’re writing a short paper for a specific audience, and should present your topic and state your thesis in a specific way.Make sure your paper does what the assignment asks you to do. Read the assignment carefully before you start your paper, and again when you finish.Your ideas and the support for those ideas should be organized so that each paragraph logically follows the next. Each paragraph should have a role in proving your thesis.Use transitions to signal when you are moving from one idea to the next.Use specific examples to support your argument and your interpretations. Saying “The building is powerful” is not enough. What is it that makes the building powerful? “The enormous scale and heavy, squared supports create an impression of power” offers specific evidence for that interpretation. Use a tone that suits a formal paper. This means avoiding slang and casual language. The most concise way to make a point is often the most clear and effective way.  Choose your words carefully, and be sure you know what the words you’re using mean: “infamous” is not a more intense version of “famous.”Be careful of homonyms! Spellcheck won’t catch it if you use the wrong form of a word.Make sure to proofread your paper. Be on the lookout for misspellings the spellcheck won’t catch: “apes” for “apse,” for example.

Constitutional Law for Criminal Justice

While due process is often thought about in the context of the investigation and trial stages of the process, it also extends to sentencing and post-conviction stages.TasksThis assignment focuses on cruel and unusual punishment as highlighted in the Eighth Amendment. You will create a professional PowerPoint Presentation that traces the historical development of this protection of the Eighth Amendment via case law. Outline the evolution of a sentencing safeguard. More specifically, you will start with the origins (i.e., Constitution) of the amendment, and then present case law that shaped the modern application of the safeguards in criminal procedure. Case law discussed should be limited to cases heard by the Supreme Court that deal with procedural safeguards concerning cruel and unusual punishment.Your presentation should be at least 10 slides, which does not include the title and reference slides. Content on slides should be the main points or highlights, while expanding in detail using the notes section of each slide. Relevant graphics should be used as context.Adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment, which includes cases and graphics and images

Art analysis paper

Primary texts (texts that are close in date to the material being studied or that influenced the material being studied), where they exist, are a key source for learning about how and why a particular work was made and what it may express. For this assignment, you will be writing a 750-word analysis of a work of art in relation to a primary text. What are my choices?You may choose from the following options:Choice 1: the Expulsion from Paradise panel located on the Hildesheim Doors. This work illustrates Genesis 3, verses 9–24. Review lecture notes on the Hildesheim Doors so that you have a basic understanding of the context in which this panel appears, but focus your analysis on the panel’s representation of the Biblical episode described in Genesis. How does the artist interpret the text visually? What is emphasized, omitted, or transformed, why, and how? Choice 2: the reliquary of Sainte-Foy, compared with a selection from the Book of Sainte-Foy (PDF on MyCourses). The Book of Sainte-Foy collects stories about Foy’s relics and the miracles associated with her. These stories were first written down in the early eleventh century, after the reliquary had been created. This selection describes a miracle associated with Foy, and includes a description of the saint’s appearance in a vision. How does a contemporary author’s reporting of this saint’s legend and appearance enhance our understanding of the reliquary’s appearance and reception in the Middle Ages? Choice 3: Old Trees, Level Distance, a painting by the 11th-century Chinese artist Guo Xi (sometimes transliterated as Kuo Hsi), compared with an excerpt from Xi’s own philosophy of landscape painting. Based on the text, what does Xi value in landscape painting, and how would he try to evoke specific effects? In what ways does this example of his painting reflect his theories? How do I do it? Each work of art has several images on MyCourses or linked online. The accompanying texts are available either as links to the internet or as PDFs on MyCourses. Regardless of which option you choose, you should read the primary source carefully. Consider the context of the written source, the relationship between the written source and the work of art, and how and why the work of art does or does not reflect the text. Formulate a strong thesis that argues for a specific interpretation for your selected work of art based on its relation to its primary source, and use this thesis to organize your paper. All sources, whether quotations, paraphrases, or ideas that are specific to an author, should be correctly cited in Chicago style. This includes your primary source! Writing a rough draft is a good way to start thinking through your approach to the assignment so that your final version is effective and polished. I suggest taking notes about your ideas and writing a draft prior to the deadline. Take a break from the assignment and return to your draft a day or two later to rethink your approach. When do I turn it in? Deadline: December 1st before midnight. Upload your paper to the MyCourses dropbox as one file in Word or as a PDF. Do not use other formats or upload multiple files. What goals should I achieve? Students use historical texts as tools to contextualize works of artStudents associate formal qualities of works of art with historical evidence Your grade will be based on how well your paper meets these goals, as well as on the quality of your written expression. What if I have a question about formatting, citing sources, or composition? Formatting GuidelinesMargins should not exceed 1.25” to the left and right or 1” from the top and bottom.Use a twelve-point font that is easy to read.Double-space your paper.Italicize titles of works of art and titles of books and journals; use quotation marks for all titles of short written works. CitationsCitations exist to distinguish your original work from the work of others; to provide support for your argument; and to help your audience find the source of ideas so they can read more about the topic. Information that is neither common knowledge nor your own analysis must be cited in Chicago style, including page numbers or web addresses. This includes information taken from the course textbook. The Chicago Manual of Style has a webpage with common citation formats here: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html.  Failure to cite words, phrases, or ideas that are not your own constitutes plagiarism, which may result in a failing grade on the assignment and/or the class, as well as consequences to be determined by RIT’s administration. Footnote numbers should follow the punctuation mark after the phrase containing the cited material. Each reference should have a unique number, and the number should appear in superscript.Students sometimes have a hard time determining what is considered “common knowledge.” Facts or interpretations that are repeated by multiple sources can be considered common knowledge and do not need citations. If an author makes a unique argument, makes an argument that counters accepted knowledge, provides information that was previously unknown, or provides specific statistics or original research, you must cite these ideas if you mention them. Composition GuidelinesAvoid a generic introduction (“Throughout the ages, art has been important” and the like). You’re writing a short paper for a specific audience, and should present your topic and state your thesis in a specific way.Make sure your paper does what the assignment asks you to do. Read the assignment carefully before you start your paper, and again when you finish.Your ideas and the support for those ideas should be organized so that each paragraph logically follows the next. Each paragraph should have a role in proving your thesis.Use transitions to signal when you are moving from one idea to the next.Use specific examples to support your argument and your interpretations. Saying “The building is powerful” is not enough. What is it that makes the building powerful? “The enormous scale and heavy, squared supports create an impression of power” offers specific evidence for that interpretation. Use a tone that suits a formal paper. This means avoiding slang and casual language. The most concise way to make a point is often the most clear and effective way.  Choose your words carefully, and be sure you know what the words you’re using mean: “infamous” is not a more intense version of “famous.”Be careful of homonyms! Spellcheck won’t catch it if you use the wrong form of a word.Make sure to proofread your paper. Be on the lookout for misspellings the spellcheck won’t catch: “apes” for “apse,” for example.

Constitutional Law for Criminal Justice

The fair trial process, as outlined by the Sixth Amendment, includes a defendant’s right to an impartial jury trial. This assignment focuses on the fairness of jury trials, particularly threats to impartiality in cases highly publicized in the media.TasksIn proper essay format, address the following:Identify and provide synopses of two historical cases and one recent case concerning impartiality of jury trials via the Sixth Amendment.Using these cases, discuss methods courts have available to reduce potential for compromised impartiality due to media exposure.Then, identify potential threats that still exist to ensuring fairness for the accused, despite methods discussed above.Last, discuss how documentation by media (including social media) present challenges to due process.Other RequirementsResponses to tasks and viewpoints must be supported using case law and empirical evidence. The assignment should be a minimum of two-full pages in length. You are required to use at least three sources. Two sources must be located using the CSU Library (I will attach in the chat)Adhere to APA Style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are used. Please note that no abstract is needed

nursing presentation / research

You will identify your target audience (such as staff nurses, pre-licensure nursing students, etc.) and create an orientation PowerPoint presentation (instructions below). This final assignment will reflect ability and achievement in the following areas: Intentional Learning, Reflection, and Clinical Judgment Decision Making and Evidence Based Practice Organization and Presentation Writing and APA Formatting ObjectivesDemonstrate collaborative standardization of safe practices through health promotion.Integrate course concepts within management of a cognitive alteration.InstructionsA nurse educator is preparing an orientation on cognitive illness and the workplace. There is a need to address the many clients with cognitive issues that seek healthcare services and how to better understand the needs. Choose a cognitive illness that you feel less knowledgeable about and address the following prompts by including two to three examples of each bullet point:Compare and contrast this illness with a physical illness (one that can be “seen”).Provide examples of the historical, socioeconomic, political, educational, and topographical aspects of this disease.Report the appropriate interdisciplinary interventions for high-risk health behaviors associated with this disease.Determine the influences of their value systems on management of this disease.Outline health-care practices, including acute versus preventive care; barriers to health care; the meaning of pain and the sick role; and cultural practices that can impact this disease.Identify cultural issues related to learning styles, autonomy, and educational preparation and any impact on disease management. Your presentation should be 15-20 slides (not including title, objectives, and references slides) with detailed notes for each slide.  Include at least four scholarly sources. Follow best practices for PowerPoint presentations related to text size, color, images, effects, wordiness, and multimedia enhancements. Review the rubric criteria for this assignment. Audio recording is required. Be sure to completely answer all the points/questions. Use clear headings that allow your professor to know which bullet you are addressing on the slides in your presentation. Support your content with citations throughout your presentation. Make sure to reference the citations using the APA writing style for the presentation. Include a slide for your references at the end. Assignment ExpectationsLength: 15-20 slides; answers must thoroughly address the questions in a clear, concise manner.  Include at least four scholarly sources.Title: 1 slideCompare and contrast illness: at least 3 slidesProvide examples of the historical, socioeconomic, political, educational, and topographical aspects of culture: at least 2 slidesReport interdisciplinary interventions: at least 2 slidesOutline health care practices: at least 4 slidesIdentify learning styles/educational preparation: at least 2 slidesReferences: 1 slide

What are my rights if I am immunocompromised and my workplace is not taking the necessary precautions to protect me from COVID-19?

You must use credible source for your research (no blogs, sub-Reddits, Wikipedia, etc.), and AT LEAST FIVE OF YOUR REFERENCES MUST BE SCHOLARLY ARTICLES AND/OR COURT OPINIONS (for this paper, use of court opinions is optional).  A scholarly article is what is typically used for an academic paper or report.  These can be found using scholar.google.com .  As you know, court opinions are written decisions by a judge or court.  For examples of court opinions, see — Example1 (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1748-8583.2011.00173.x), Example2,  (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0363811114000642?casa_token=w9u9AAtldsgAAAAA:IGrc_DZMGGtPgXKDbCFgwmU8ldesJPB7B3y464ovIi5aYoeg_JaUCmsDVtih9X5e7kyBUlCmfUU). Court opinions can also be accessed from scholar.google.com (click “case law” when searching).  However, it helps if you have the name of a specific case (e.g., EEOC v. Dial).  You can find specific case names from scholarly articles, general websites, blogs, and news reports (and often from the websites of law firms that specialize in Employment Law).

Urban single parent, low-income family.Recent Asian American immigrant family.Wealthy suburban professional family.African American youth (middle class)Native American woman (rural)Recent Mexican

Urban single parent, low-income family.Recent Asian American immigrant family.Wealthy suburban professional family.African American youth (middle class)Native American woman (rural)Recent Mexican American immigrant (undocumented)Based on your studies in Module 2, which of the theories is hardest to comprehend? Why?Adherents of postmodern theories claim that these theories are better than traditional theories for use with minorities. Do you agreeCareer Counseling and Career Development, 11th Edition (ISBN 9780134255101) Duane Brown, University of North Carolina – Chapel HillOR Career Information, Career Counseling and Career Development  eText — ISBN-13: 9780134270654

Has the use of social media during the pandemic lockdown been the principal cause of

).- Literature review: A literature review is a survey of a body of work related to a specific topic, which is delimited by the research question. The literature review analyzes the available scientific literature as a whole to present a detailed overview of what has been raised in a relevant way by the scientific community about a given topic: ideas, theories, concepts, data collected during studies and scientific research findings, statistics.TEXT STRUCTUREINTRODUCTION Bring up the topic with an interesting fact  Avoid irrelevant generalitiesp. ex. Since the beginning of time… Over time… Nowadays… In every era… Since the world was a world… Since the dawn of humanity… It is well-known that… Subject matter Research Question Indicate the structure of the textBODY OF TEXT Isolation of two themes found in the chosen literature on the topic (1 subtitle per theme) What is known in the articles you have chosen? How are the findings, data and/or methodologies presented in each of the articles/works similar or different? Why or why not? Overall, what does the literature tell you about a given theme? IF there is a need to include a definition for a concept I would not understand otherwise, itmust be included within a theme. A definition cannot constitute a theme in of itself. You must reformulate and synthesize the information you find in your chosen scientificarticles. Use critical thinking skills to make thought-provoking connections or comparisons.  Each theme must be divided into multiple paragraphs. 1 concept = 1 paragraph Divideyourthemesinsubthemes. p. ex. 1. Effects of Facebook Use1.1 Effects on Self-Esteen1.2 Effects on Interpersonal RelationshipsCONCLUSION Summary Whatarethehighlightsorkeyfactsyouhavefoundinthechosenscientificliterature?Write a comprehensive summary of both your themes. Howdothesefactshelpyouansweryourresearchquestion?Answeryourresearchquestion. Opening Propose two research opportunities that fill the data gaps, information you found lackingin the literature.REFERENCES In text → (Author, Year of Publication)≠ Many have said….Some authors state… It is known that…EXEMPLES DE RÉFÉRENCES DANS LE TEXTE Age is a key variable in determining the dynamics of sociability (Forsé, 2008) […] a majority of effects observed are linked to age (Chambord, 2014) […] Smith and Faulkner (2017) showed that […] Brown, Lemaire et Cartier (1998) estimate […] Conversely, other authors (Brown, Lemaire et Cartier, 1998) arguent that […] […] have criticized the methodology used by Raymond et al. (2015). A variety of studies (Pigou, 1920; Meade, 1952; Rallet et Rochelandet, 2011; Coutant,2012; Raymond et al. 2015) suggest that […] In the Bibliography → Follow the MLA model as proposed by the College’s Guide to AcademicWriting.REQUIREMENTS 6 to 8 pages of double-spaced content excluding the title page, the table of contents, and the bibliography. Withstanding the prior requirements, your literature review must follow the Guide to Academic Writing. Body of Text → 2 principal themes Every reformulation, affirmation, citation, data, statistic or idea that dfoes not come from youmust be referenced in the text as well as in the bibliography. Your literature review must contain a minimum of 8 scientific sources of information. At least 4 different sources per theme from different authors

MD reflect

Describe how you achieved the transferable skill, Critical Thinking, including at least one example of new knowledge gained related to the transferable skillDescribe how this new knowledge will impact your nursing practice.Course CompetenciesApply strategies for safe, effective multidimensional nursing practice when providing care for clients with neurological disorders.Outline appropriate nursing strategies for providing care to perioperative clients.Compare nursing interventions for clients with complex disorders.Identify strategies for safe nursing practice of the client with multi-system organ failure.Prioritize nursing interventions for clients with medical emergencies.Summarize the nurse’s role and care strategies for clients during disasters.Transferable SkillsCritical Thinking (Application)

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Richard Paul and Dr. Linda Elder.The paper is also designed to assess your understanding of the Council on Social Work Education Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice.Read two new articles regarding an issue related to social, economic, or environmental justice. You should have a strong opinion about or are, at least, very interested in the issue that you select.One article should provide information that supports your perspective on the issue while the other article should challenge your viewpoint.In both articles, consider how the authors advance and/or obstruct human rights.Use the following guidelines to write your Issue Perspective paper (minimum 5-pages).Guidelines for PaperPage One:What is the issue you have selected?What is your perspective on the issue?  (prior to the reading of both articles)Explain your perspective providing reasons for your viewpoints. Include relevant facts, examples, anecdotes, etc. (prior to the reading of both articles)Pages Two and Three:List the titles of both articles you selected and briefly summarize them.Explain how each article served to strengthen and/or challenge your views. Include relevant facts, expert opinions, examples, anecdotes, etc.Discuss how you have incorporated at least three Universal Intellectual Standards in your perspective of the issue.Discuss how you have incorporated at least three Elements of Thought in your perspective of the issue.What additional information (if any) do you need to be able to express an informed opinion?Pages Four and Five:Under what category (social, economic, or environmental) does your issue fall?Explain how the authors advance and/or obstruct human rights.How would you, as a social worker, engage in practices to advance human rights relevant to your selected issue?How would you, as a social worker, eliminate oppressive structural barriers that hinder human rights relevant to your selected issue?In addressing the bullet points in this section, elaborate on any relevant information from the Competency 3 narrative to demonstrate your understanding of the competency.Please use Times New Roman, 12-point, and double-space.Education Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental JusticeSocial workers understand that every person regardless of position in society has fundamental human rights such as freedom, safety, privacy, an adequate standard of living, health care, and education. Social workers understand the global interconnections of oppression and human rights violations and are knowledgeable about theories of human need and social justice and strategies to promote social and economic justice and human rights. Social workers understand strategies designed to eliminate oppressive structural barriers to ensure that social goods, rights, and responsibilities are distributed equitably, and that civil, political, environmental, economic, social, and cultural human rights are protected. Social workers:apply their understanding of social, economic, and environmental justice to advocate for human rights at the individual and system levels; andengage in practices that advance social, economic, and environmental justice.

Human Resource Manager Essay

Identifying the historical changes in duties and expectations of the current HRM from their historical predecessors supports the understanding of the complexity and the challenges of the HRM role today. Create a 1-page HRM recruitment brochure that explains the following:Duties and expectations of the human resource managerThe differences between the traditional personnel administrator and the current human resource managerChallenges overcome due to the transformation of this role over timeInclude images or graphics that illustrate the HRM objectives of the brochure. Lay out the content in a manner suitable for a brochure. Submit your assignment as a PDF file.

Interventions to Address Obesity

Submission FormatStep 1 – First, read Chapter 8.  There are excellent resources you’ll need to figure out what the current rates of obesity are in your population.Step 2 –  Next, chose one of the following populations:Preschoolers (2-5)Children (5-12)AdolescentsAdultsStep 3 Answer the following questions:1. What are the rates of overweight/obesity in your population?  Are any racial/ethnic groups more affected? Cite where you got this information.2. The textbook has a great image describing risk factors for obesity (Determinants of obesity – slide 14).  Describe three of the risk factors for your population, each from a different area in the image.3. Find an intervention that addresses overweight/obesity in your population.  Describe it.  Is there research to support its success? (hint – go on the library website to find an intervention)4. Describe at least 1 public policy options that could be adopted to address the issue (Slide 26)Upload a .doc or .docx file for this assignment.