g. only write what you see from the video without applying concepts and theories lerned from lectures is called descriptive, and will earn low grade or may not pass). The paper exam is about 3 single spaced pages with word document.Q1. Why the Yanomamos did not develop modern civilization? Provide reasons and evidences you learned from lectures, video, and the chapter (Hint: isolation is not a reason because Japan and Iceland etc. were surrounded by water and yet developed modern civilization). You could write about one single spaced page for Q1. Q2. Which one of the Conflict, Functionalist, Interactionist theories can be applied to Yanomamo Society? Provide reasons from notes, chapter, and video to support your arguments. For the two theories that cannot be applied, you need to provide reasons and evidences as well. No outside sources and reference are needed. You could write about 2 single spaced pages for Q2. https://archive.org/details/yanomamoamultidisciplinarystudy https://books.google.com/books?hl=en
In a well-developed paragraph, explain:Why are you interested in exploring this poem?What literary elements (such as imagery, symbolism, metaphor, simile, etc.) do you see the author using in the poem?What approach might you take in analyzing this poem? Example approaches include a discussion of the poem’s use of imagery, symbolism, theme, or characterization.What questions do you have for the instructor about the upcoming essay assignment?
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At least 2 articles (you can use other media sources as long as one is an article) should come from a local news/media outlet. At least 2 articles should be from peer-reviewed journals. Provide the citation and links for each of the articles. Identify the main argument of each piece (2-3 sentences).Based on your research, select an environmental issue of importance that you would like to focus your Letter to the Editor on and briefly respond to the following prompt in 300-400 words. Describe the environmental issue and why it is important. Discuss how social constructs (like race or power) impact conversations and perceptions of the issue and related policy action.Formatting:Submit as a Word/PDF documentName, section number, and assigned country in upper lefthand corner300-400 words for the discussion in step 2 (excluding citations)Double-spacedAs per the syllabus, you are allowed to choose from among the following citation styles: APA, MLA, and Chicago (please make sure your citation style is consistent and provide links to the articles)No grammatical or spelling errors
com in a role promoting all shows produced on Broadway. The 2023 goal is to increase revenue from Ticket Sales by 10% from both new and returning customers (trying to re-engage audience post-pandemic).1. Use the tools discussed in class to conduct a social media brand audit to answer the following questions. Note: this does not have to be a comprehensive audit, rather conduct research to answer the following questions in a couple sentences:Which social media channels is there an existing presence?Which are the most engaged audience types?Which is the most engaging creative?Which platforms are the strongest in follower count and engagement?What are current Broadway.com social media strengths?What are the social media weaknesses?What are some examples of areas of opportunities to pursue based on the existing social media and the current consumer preferences?2. Taking this exercise a step further, based on your analysis, which channels can best support the objective to increase ticket sales? In a few lines, what is one campaign and channel concept that we can incorporate into our plan to meet this SMART objective? Note: Sometimes engagement metrics do not tell the whole story. While engagement indicates positive impact, consumer motivation is an important factor. How do we best support the sales objective?
1.Describe in detail the procedure you plan to use to help preserve biodiversity.
2. List the materials you will use to test your idea.
3. List and describe the data from your experiment.
4. Describe in detail the procedure you used to test your solution.
5. Summarize the data collected from testing your solution here.
6. Describe how your solution could be refined or improved if you were to test it again.
30-44) from the City, a World History. Watch “The Medieval City – A Feast for the Senses” https://www.kanopy.com/en/product/148725?vp=senecac1. Based on what you have viewed and read, what are some fundamental characteristics of a medieval (european) city? Imagine you are trying to explain what a medieval city is to a friend who is not taking this course. (1-2 paragraphs)2. What are some similarities between the medieval city as described in the documentary clip, and a modern city (i.e. Toronto, Mumbai, Paris – whichever city you are most familiar with)? Discuss. (You should discuss at least 3 similarities) (~2 paragraphs)
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Evidence-based practice information can be published in a variety of sources. In module 2, we explored a peer-reviewed journal article about a cohort study. Additionally, we explored sources that included background information from your local health service provider (community health needs assessment) and our textbook. In this discussion, we will explore background information on a study. However, this study appears on a government website, in this case, the government agency will be the author. Although the researchers published their own research in scholarly journals, we will only use the government website in Step 2 for this discussion.
As part of this discussion, you will evaluate your second research study for our class. This will allow you to move from evaluating a study using the questions in Box 17-1 to a deeper analysis of how a study’s design, structure, and setup can influence its results. Remember to include specific examples from the study to support your statements.
Surveys are prevalent and appear in primitive forms on social media sites (e.g. Facebook) to very lengthy surveys such as the U.S. Census survey every decade. Some of you may be familiar with the U.S. Radiologic Technologist (USRT) Survey. The link in Step 2 below takes you to the website.
Step 1: Review the following terms in our textbook:
cohort (review p. 81
Write a proposal for PhD application in the Healthcare Quality Management field. Conduct it in a critical way of thinking about risk prediction modelling approach with cancer imaging data. Write it in UK English, please. Look at the attached file for the instructions I need. Thank you in advance.
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Write a catchy sentence that draws your reader into your paper and says something about your topic. You may want to use one of the strategies listed in Chapter 15 to help you with this step.If you have a draft of your paper, start with the paragraph after the introduction (the first body paragraph). Read each body paragraph of your paper, and determine the topic of the paragraph. Make sure that you have only one topic per paragraph.Double-check to make sure that the topic of each paragraph is reflected in your topic sentence.On a separate piece of paper, list the topic of each paragraph.If you have an outline for your paper, determine the topic of each of your body paragraphs based on what you have written in your outline.Double-check to make sure that the topic sentence (main idea) in your outline reflects this topic.Double-check that each supporting detail is related to this topic, as well.On a separate piece of paper, make a list of these topics.Immediately after your catchy introductory sentence, craft 4-5 sentences which briefly and generally introduce these topics. This is now the start of your introduction.Check your list of topics against your draft introduction. Have you properly introduced every topic of every paragraph? If you have left anything out, add it in.At the end of your introduction, write your thesis. Is your thesis argumentative? Do your topic sentences support your argument?Using the strategies listed in Chapter 15, try to craft a conclusion paragraph, as well. Remember that a conclusion must review the things you have discussed and restate your thesis statement.
I basically want a PowerPoint on why it is important to build morale to issue and do yearly performance evaluation and have for example 3 tiers if an employee needs work they will. get 1% increase second tier as meets would get 3% or exceeds would get 5% yearly increase. Also do include on why employee incentives help build morale and make employee want to work harder. Live end of year incentives like giving employees a bonus or even something small as a gift card or possibly giving them Christmas off since most companies are open during holidays
Write clear, sharp, short sentences and move steadily through the argument. Do read the questions carefully!Please remember to cite sources (abbreviated citations are fine, e.g. Author Name, Title, Page Number). You do not need to attach a Bibliography.Please use Times New Roman 12 size font and normal margins, and remember to number pages and indicate your name on the paper. Please staple the essay.Use one of these questions to write an essay on: 1. Is ‘The Republic’ unrealistic? 2. Is Machiavelli a ‘teacher of evil’?3. Why does Polybius praise the mixed regime?4. Should we fear Hobbes’ Leviathan? 5. Should rule be based on consent as Locke demands?6. Is political theory useful or wishful?Requirements for essay:This class requires you to write analytical essays. A good essay of this type should have a clear introduction, body and conclusion, and show deep knowledge of the most important arguments and counterarguments in the required reading. The introduction should very briefly and clearly state what your answer is going to be, and indicate what reasons generally support your conclusion. The body should lay out your argument in a coherent, logical fashion, along the lines indicated in the introduction. Cite evidence and source material where necessary. Stake out your position, explaining why you take a particular stance on the question at hand. Avoid digressions and stay focused on answering the question. You should identify and respond to the most compelling counterarguments. You cannot respond to all counterarguments, but a careful essay will be written so as to anticipate and take account of many counter-arguments. The conclusion should very briefly summarize your position, and underline why you have ultimately concluded in favor of one position, despite potential objections or counterarguments from the opposed points of view. If you have reservations about your position, by all means state them. We want you to take a position, but you need not conclude that there is nothing to be said for the other side. We want you to get as close to the truth as possible, not write a polemic. It is important that you identify and cite material that you refer to or rely upon. Use footnotes where necessary. It does not matter what exact citation style you use, just use one style consistently across the footnotes (and please use footnotes rather than endnotes). Think carefully about the question before you begin writing. Read it over a few times and make sure you understand what it asks. Avoid writing an essay that is only tangentially related to the question – this happens all too often. Follow all directions in the email that contained the essay questions. It is best not to write your essay at the last minute, nor to write it in one go. Draft an answer a few days in advance of the deadline, and then think more about it, consult your sources again, and polish it into a completed essay. Giving yourself time will help you reflect on the question and consider potential arguments and counterarguments. Reading it over a few times before submission will help edit out typos and non sequitors. Avoid lengthy citations from the original sources. Cite only the line(s) directly relevant to your argument. Please proofread your essays.
Do you find one title more attractive than another?Describe the message that the title “code of conduct” conveys?. Does it reflect the purpose of the document to provide employee guidance on expected conduct?Propose creative titles for ethics codes for a pharmaceutical company and a restaurant. (Gonzalez-Padron, 2015).Identify two other company ethics documents and share the titles of their ethics documents (consider your own organization or one that you are familiar with for this question).
Research the topic of medical tourism, and find a scholarly or credible article for your topic. Develop a code of conduct for medical tourism. Your code of conduct must includeOrganizational valuesGuidelines for acceptable behaviorCompliance with legislationExamples of prohibited actsYour response must be a minimum of 300 words.Use at least one scholarly or credible source.
These are questions about the powerpoint on media violence and the documentary The Mask You Live In. Previously, we were set to view “Tough Guise,” but the video would not work on kanopy.
You will either work on your own and write a reflection or partner with one person to record a ten minute audio or with two partners for a fifteen minute audio. You will need to find your own partners if you wish to collaborate for this assignment.
Pick at least 6 that interest you the most to reflect on or discuss in details. Be sure to review the powerpoint and the documentary first. Your comments should show ideas and examples drawn from the powerpoint and documentary. It’s important to consider and respond specifically to materials from the module as opposed to having a random conversation about the topics. Work to answer all the subparts of your chosen questions.
The questions to consider for reflection include:
1. How do you think violence in the media has affected you? How do you feel about exposing your own children or young siblings or other small kids to the same kind of media violence? Do you think it affects them? Discuss what you learned in the PowerPoint and documentary about this.
2. In The Mask You Live In, Joe Ehrmann says that boys and men are taught to measure success in terms of three things: athletic ability, economic
wealth, and sexual conquests. He calls these the three lies of masculinity. Does having these things make a person masculine? Why or why not? Can a person be masculine without having these things?
3. How are girls and women who have athletic ability, economic wealth, and sexual conquests viewed in our society? How are girls and women taught to measure their success? What would be the three lies of femininity?
4. What happens when people believe these lies about masculinity and femininity? What are the costs and benefits for individuals? For
society? What are some other ways to measure success?
5. Do you feel various cultures in the US and elsewhere are opening up, that people are becoming more willing to embrace more men that go against the traditional masculine type? If so, why do you think this is happening? If not, why not? Are younger generations of Americans different today from older generations in their view of masculinity and femininity? If so, how and why has this happened? Whatճ different now? If not, how and why have things essentially stayed the same? How do you think these ideas can vary across cultural, racial, ethnic, geographic or religious groups?
6. If the glamorization of violence by media and other parts of our culture sometimes inspires actual violence, why is it that girls and women who are surrounded by the same media environment are so much less likely than boys and men to commit violence? Given that media glamorize violence (something those in the industry admit as a problem themselves), and assuming that this glamorization can lead males, in particular, to commit violent acts, why is it that most males exposed to the this imagery do not commit acts of violence?
7. What is the difference between *individual* boys and men thinking critically about their attitudes and behaviors, and *institutional* change that allows more diversity and flexibility in men’s lives, relationships, and work and family responsibilities? Cite examples of each.
8. In The Mask You Live In, Byron Hurt points out that the hyper-masculinity and hyper-violence in Hollywood movies are reflected in other forms of
media as well. For instance, an emphasis on hyper-masculinity– particularly patriarchal values, conventional gender roles, and heteronormativity – and hyperviolence are also prevalent in contemporary music forms such as country, rap, and heavy metal. What other forms of media serve to perpetuate hyper-masculinity and hyperviolence?
9. “Entitled” means – Believing oneself to be inherently deserving of privileges or special treatment
• In your opinion, why are boys more likely than girls to feel entitled to power?
• How might this sense of entitlement be harmful to boys and those around them?
• How might this sense of entitlement be linked to violence, especially domestic and intimate partner violence, where boys and men seek retribution when they don’t get something they believe they deserve (e.g., respect, a job, a romantic or sexual partner, etc.)?
ojp.gov find Effective and Ineffective programs about Juvenile Behavioral Programs.Introduction (one paragraph) Who, what, where, why, how, whenII. Discuss the effective(Green) program (Two pages)What type of program was it?-Who was the target population? -Identify hypotheses: -Identify the dependent and independent variables: -Identify the methodology used to collect data: -Discuss the limitations of the studies: -What are the strengths and weaknesses of the program?-What barriers were there to implementing the program?-Which variables impacted the effectiveness of the intervention/program? Discuss the ineffective (Red) program (Two pages) What type of program was it?-Who was the target population? -Identify hypotheses: -Identify the dependent and independent variables: -Identify the methodology used to collect data: -Discuss the limitations of the studies: -What are the strengths and weaknesses of the program?-What barriers were there to implementing the program?-Which variables impacted the effectiveness of the intervention/program? – What is the effectiveness of RED Compared to the GREEN programs? – For the RED study, what would you do different? – For the GREEN study what would you do differently? – Why did one program fail (RED) and why did one program succeed (GREEN)?Conclusion (1-2 paragraphs)
Be sure to address the following prompts in your statement. Care should be taken to submit a clear, concise and well-written essay. Describe your reasons for applying to the MS in Digital Social Media, your preparation for this field, and other relevant aspects of your background and interests. What are your specific short-term and long-term career objectives after receiving your MS degree in digital social media? Program describe：（please read these and know what specific field and courses they are focus on）https://annenberg.usc.edu/communication/digital-social-media-ms https://annenberg.usc.edu/communication/digital-social-media-ms/curriculum Please be detail and Highly integrated with what they need. Thanks.
Using the CINAHL database in the Chamberlain Library, search for and locate a scholarly professional nursing journal article that meets these criteria:Full-textEnglish languagePeer-reviewedNOT an Evidence-Based Care Sheet or CINAHL GuidePublished in the past five yearsContains evidence to support a nursing practice in your practice areaSummarize this article in one paragraph. Explain why you selected this article. Provide an APA reference for this article.Remember to credit an assigned reading or the lesson, in addition to your article selection.
The author, Benedict Carey, challenges some of our beliefs about the best way to study. In the article, he explains 4 proven strategies to improve learning.(Hint: he does not start explaining these strategies until the second page of the article.)For your discussion: In 2 well-developed paragraphs, explain 2 of the most effective study strategies the author suggests and compare and contrast them with the way in which you currently study. Do you plan to try any of these study techniques as a result of reading the article? Why, or Why not?
Reflect upon a current or previous organization, and consider the organizational mission, vision, and values, as well as the organizational culture, and leadership practices; then discuss:
In what ways did the organizational mission, vision, and values reflect a culture of excellence?
How were the mission, vision, and values similar to and different from your personal philosophy of nursing and core values?
How were the mission and values reflected in the organizational culture and leadership?
Recommend one leadership approach or strategy which can be applied to support a culture of excellence within your future MSN role.