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consideration and therefore the Nursing Home is liable for breach of contract.
In advising Amy, the Nursing Home had the right to withdraw its acceptance to Ben’s offer, did not have the right to sue Delphine, is liable for a breach of contract with Eric, and is also liable for a breach of contract with Frank.
Nielsen v Dysart Timbers Limited  3 NZLR 160, 168.
Crest Nicholson (Londinium) Ltd v Akaria Investments Ltd  EWCA Civ 1331, .
Macquarie University, LAW 204-2014s1, Assignment S1 2014, Assignment Question, .
Dunmore v Alexander (1830) 9 SH (Ct of Sess) 190.
Macquarie University, above n 3.
(1830) 9 SH (Ct of Sess) 190.
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though this is the first time attending for Chambers Hearing, there are several experiences before to visit the court, no matter by the school assignment or intern in law firm; and hence, the view of the lawyers' roles has already been commence, that is, lawyers' role is only part of the judicial system while at the same time, barristers and legal executive do also commence within the case.13/4Advocacy court visit report
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interpersonal skills are important to a employer as they want to know you can get on with existing employees and can be important to a company when it comes to negotiating, advising and interpreting. I have been able to develop my personal planning and organising skills in regards to university, this meant taking responsibly of my own learning and making sure I knew when every assignment or presentation was due in and dates of when exams were to ensure I was prepared to take action and complete tasks which needed finishing to a certain time and sacrificing or reorganising plans outside of university. While doing all of this I was then able to also develop other skills in the process like
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city’s own charm, admire it’s green, architecture or custom. I believe I could experience more than before.
There are four assignments in the course. My assignment 1a is about Liuzhou. It is not a well-known city. My groupmates even haven’t heard from it before. I have been there once three years before for a visit of SanJiang三江(a county with a ethnic minority) nearby. I was amazed by it’s air quality after I known it is an industrial based city. The greenery and the design of the city do not similar to the others in southern China. Three years later, this assignment give me a reason to dig out what I was interested about but I just didn’t do anything at that time.
In this assignment, I found
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Individual and Society Joshua Peterson
Graphing Assignment – 3
“Would you be interested in living with an international student?”
“Do you consider yourself to be a safe person and would be comfortable having a roommate who identifies as part of the LGBTQA community?”
“Would you be comfortable living with someone of a different race?”
“Would you like to live on a gender specific floor?”
If you’re like me and preparing for the fall semester by filling out a room reapplication form online, you’ve probably come across these very same questions and one point or another during the process. Have you ever wondered if these questions really matter, and does the university really care
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A second case study of Shield Financial reveals that Doug Bloom, Sales Manager, has been given a special assignment. The company is restructuring and eliminating independent brokers. Company leadership is making this strategic maneuver based on an increase in the population in its mountain state region. Doug is instructed to terminate those positions and build a dedicated sales force. According to Cron & DeCarlo (2009), “The sales force organization defines the sales manager’s role and reporting relationships” (p. 155). Therefore, Doug must carefully approach each aspect of the sales force organization.
Formulating a Plan
Doug’s first order of business is to meet with the two regional
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Due to the current economic situation, I felt like my dream of having a college degree, steady income, perfect life-partner, and house broken dog would be all but impossible to reach within the next few years. Thankfully, all paths of destiny got a jumpstart when "Project eXcellence" hired me as a strategic analyst. My first assignment was to "take the bull by the horns" and implement our company's mission in the tiny island of Kava. Kava is a tiny island nation in the South Pacific, and a possible target of investment for my newfound employer. During my tenor with the Kava Project, I will be working under the supervision of Alex, the Director of
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the company admiring reviews for their immediate action and their ethical and moral prowess. The move turned out to be a huge marketing coup for the company of which resulted in significant goodwill from customers (Seglin, 2000). Johnson & Johnson’s ethical practice proved to be a great guide, displaying the imperative of being both socially and ethically accountable for the lives of others.
As it pertains to research, it is the moral obligation of the researcher to be good stewards of those whom participate within their research studies and possess an obligation to keeping them safe. Within this second part of this two part assignment, this writer will review his intended dissertation
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In Leon Battista Alberti’s treatise On Painting, Alberti analyzed the naturalistic study of painting and what core elements will make the painting a pleasure to create as well as visualized by the viewer. These key principles are circumscription, composition, and reception of light. As evidenced in Raphael’s Entombment, he was influenced by and utilized Alberti’s elements in his painting.
Alberti used a mathematics and geometry to take an image and place in a grid to recreate the image from the viewer’s point of perspective in order to show a figure in multiple angles, defining circumscription. In Rafael’s painting, it looks like each figure was created using separate
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Assignment 1: Two Summary Notecards
Allen, L. (2010). Queer(y)ing the Straight Researcher: The Relationship(?) between researcher Identity and Anti-Normative: Feminism & Psychology, 20 (2), 147-165
The aim of this article (Allen, 2010) is to determine the relationship between the identity of researcher and his knowledge. The focus is on the researchers, who are identified as straight. The researcher has given attention to epistemological concern. The aim is to determine the relationship between heterosexual identity and heteronormativity. It is heteronormativity, which affects the heteronormative knowledge.
Allen (2010) has considered different theories proposed by famous theorists. When
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For this assignment, I had the pleasure of working with the same student I worked with for the first assignment. My student is in second grade and I well be referring to her as J.R. While working with J.R., I assessed her using four different assessments and I really got to understand her as a learner. This assignment was different from the first assignment because I was able to dig deeper into her literacy knowledge and I was able to identify many of her strengths and areas of need. I feel like I understand J.R. a lot better because I now know about her personally and educationally.
J.R. is seven years old and lives in an apartment with her mother, brothers, aunt, and cousins. She
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How does the general economy affect government budgets? What is the role of government in helping the economy grow?
The government’s revenue comes from taxes. When the economy is doing well, the money keeps moving within the economy. The more transactions within the economy, the more revenue the government can make. This is the case with sales taxes and other trade and commerce related taxes. The government also takes in much of its revenue from property taxes. If the economy is doing well it is likely that more citizens will own property instead of rent. When the economy is not doing well, the money stops moving and the government may not collect as many taxes
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students are provided with resources to undertake their study. At Charles Sturt University students undertaking EML 102 – Written Communication are provided with a package of material on-line and communication from the lecturer via a web based system called Interact. These resources contain suggested reading material, information about text books that the students should purchase and a subject outline that clearly informs the students about assignment tasks, the marking criteria and pertinent dates for handing in of assignments and their return. Other subjects, such as Charles Sturt University EMT 103 – Design and Technology provides the students with a package of reading material via the
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Chapter 1 Assignment: Stage 3 on page 48
7a. There are very few aspects of my life that are not directly affected by computers and technology. As I sat down to think about this question, I was saddened by how dependent my life has become on modern technology and I did not even realize it. The few activities I can think of that do not rely on computers or modern technology are getting dressed, getting my regular mail, and mothering. Although, I supplement getting dressed and mothering with technology by looking on my smartphone to figure out the weather dress accordingly and reading information on the internet about different parenting techniques/ childhood stages. The regular mail travels a
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Marketing Assignment 2This assignment will be ground on description of the potential critical success factors when entering in an international market. The issues in the context of artistry in international market and will go ahead to justify why the critical success factors must be assessed and understood before it must be approved.To be more competitive in the market, there are some modes of entry into a foreign market that the company must put into consideration.Joint ventures, leasing, alliance, franchising and moreJoint venture, is an agreement between two parties, to develop for a finite, a new entity and asset by contributing equity, that is to say that, two company has to come
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different levels, I would create an assessment that composed of selected-response questions along with an essay portion that asked students to explain, Why do earth has seasons? The student’s essays would be graded on the content only and used to measure if students fully understood the benchmark. Based on the essay responses, an activity or assignment would be used as a reinforcer to work on the class weaknesses. These strengths in administering, scoring and interpreting has helped me focus on my students weaknesses with benchmark assessments and helped me improved on academic gains with lower- level students. My students are also more confident because they understand what areas they need to
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I wanted to write for this assignment I thought back to a time when an African American coach who was qualified for a big job got turned down simply because the university did not approve of his wife being Caucasian. A man was treated unfairly all because of race. There are several states that won’t allow gay couples to get married yet straight couples can make a mockery out of marriage and what it stands for but get treated more equal than a gay couple.
The Oxford dictionary defines liberal as a person being open to new behavior or opinions and they are willing to discard traditional values. An example of this could be couples deciding to have children before getting married. It has been
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Alexa-Ayerim Castillo Cruz, I always wondered growing up why Alexa-Ayerim, people could rarely pronounce it. It wasn’t a common name such as Sarah, Natalie, or Kate, as a child never really understood my ethnicity nor my culture. When I was a little girl I remember asking my why was I different from other people, why do we do things differently than others? She would always reply “ Eres differente porque asi te heco dios y eres muy especial. Nunca te olvides de donde eres” (You different because you are very special and that how god made you. Never forget your roots.) Even after always hearing that moving to Utah from California at a
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paint, though it could be that the black paint has chipped away and is showing the red clay underneath. This also occurs on the handles). I predict that the handles were made separate to the vase itself and then attached afterwards.
The painting on one side (Figure 1) is of four companions gathered at a ‘symposion,’ or “A drinking together” (Online Dictionary 2014). On the other side (Figure 2) the painting shows ‘three draped ephebi’ (or “adolescents” (Assignment Resources, 2014).
Finally, there is a white strip on the neck of one side. This may be an identification number to classify the vase at the museum, but this is not clear.
This vase was made in Attica, 450BC
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arrangements is inefficacious (ACFE, 2006). Corruption schemes such as conflicts of interest, bribery, illegal gratuities, and extortion place companies at extreme risk of fraud (Bass, 2013).
This assignment research offers an examination of many techniques in which IT managers, as purchasing agents, partake in occupational fraud. Various mitigating methods designed to diminish fraud and additional unscrupulous actions, afford suggestions for chief C-level executives (Bass, 2013). The aim of the research assignment is to evaluate the risks of outsourcing by evaluating the factors such as hidden costs, phantom benefits, and broken promises used to argue against a decision. The topics
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Poetry Assignment In this assignment I will gracefully compare and contrast two short poems. In my selection for the poems, I kept in mind that the two poems needed to have something in common metaphorically or thematically. After many hours of browsing I came upon two poems that contained an ultimately strange connection metaphorically and in content. Interestingly, the two also had numerous differences. The first poem I encountered was "The Sick Rose" written by William Blake in 1794. Soon after, I read "Fog" (1916) by Carl Sandburg and I began to notice an exciting connection filled with various exceptions of chief differences. Although the poems were written more than a century apart
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companies. Conventional uses of IT in business are in payroll automation, human resource management (HRM), and strategic business processes, etc. The imploring by management and business owners to augment earnings has further propelled them to investigate numerous strategies to diminish the expenditures of IT to the overall outlay of goods and services they offer. Such strategies comprise offshoring, offshore outsourcing, nearshoring and coshoring all intended to diminish the IT expense of the organization.
The assignment research objectives were to (a) analyze information security risks associated with legacy systems; (b) evaluate the risks of outsourcing by evaluating the factors such
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This writing assignment contains the following information based on the criminal justice system. The following topics will be explained as follows: The importance of Circumstantial Evidence and Direct Evidence in order to support the truth. Second, the essential use of Aerial photography in a crime scene. Third, the importance of Locard Exchange Principle when entering a crime scene . In addition, three different chapter topics will be related to a current criminal investigation event.
On the second week of class professor Gonis demonstrated the difference between Circumstantial and Direct evidence. Mr. Gonis showed the students an example of circumstantial evidence by walking out of the
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the guide to Istanbul.
So coming to the coda of my written assignment that does the protagonist voice really sounds original and it being exemplified, I can say that Orhan Pamuk truly uses his own experiences and voice to express the his feelings about the city of Istanbul, his home town. He uses the help of black and white pictures to create the same feeling of huzun that is present within his fellow citizens. Moreover he uses the example of his fellow writers and artist and uses their experience of having a lost identity because of their lost culture, to create a feeling of huzun amongst the readers of the novel. Hence, it can conclude by saying that Orhan Pamuk truly uses his own voice and experiences to convey his thoughts and feelings about is hometown, i.e., the great city of Istanbul.
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ASSIGNMENT 1 LANGUAGE RELATED TASKSNAME: SAPNA DILEESHDATE : 5TH APRIL 2014Part 1: GrammarHe's just gone out (Pre-intermediate)a). Analysis of Meaning:He was here, but left a short time ago.Just - short time ago (Murphy Raymond, English Grammar in Use, Intermediate, Cambridge University Press, 2003)b). Conveying Meaning:My husband left his office 10 minutes ago. I called his office now. His secretary said, "He's just gone out."c). Checking meaning:Is my husband at office now? (No)Was he at his office a short time ago? (Yes)Did he leave a long time ago? (No)d). Form:He's just gone outPresent Perfect Simple with justIn the present perfect, 'just' comes between the auxiliary verb ('have') and
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Security Rule is to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and security of electronic protected health information. 2. Why was the HIPAA Security Rule written? The HIPAA Security Rule was written due to the increased reliance on technology to electronically store, transmit, and retrieve protected health information. 3. Explain one difference between the HIPAA Privacy Rule and Security Rule according to your reading assignment. The HIPAA Privacy Rule pertains to all protected health information, while the HIPAA Security Rule is specifically for electronic protected health information. 4. Define de-identified information. De-identified information is health information that does not indentify the
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Assignment #3: Research Plan
The research question that is to be answered by Bus Pass/Gas Card Program evaluations is whether or not the bus passes was used properly and effectively. Did the bus passes/gas cards eliminate patients canceling their appointments and or having less no shows? The evaluation will show whether or not the program met the needs to the patients and Mercy Health Physician Partners. The purpose of the evaluation is to see whether or not the program was successful, and or if the program needed to fix any holes that it might have. The following are specific research questions that will be used to show the effectiveness of the program:
a. Do 80% of
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self-interest will indirectly help the common good.
Friedman also believed that the government should be more focused on its monetary policy, not its fiscal policy. The monetary policy is the determining factor in the business cycle.
Beliefs of Supporters
Supporters of Friedman’s policies follow the same beliefs of classical liberalists, which are described in the first question of this assignment. The supporters believe in competition and supply and demand. These factors are the main driving factor of Friedman's ideas.
Critics of Friedman's beliefs have common things to critics of classical liberalists. Critics say that businesses will not indirectly help the common good. As well as without a balanced budget governments will not be sustainable.
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Customer loyalty according to Loyalty Research Centre (2014) “can be defined as customers continuing to believe that one organisation’s product/service offer remains the best option. It meets their value purchasing decision”. Consumer Loyalty (2014) breaks this definition down to its simplest form by stating, “Consumer loyalty is all about attracting the right customers, getting them to buy, buy often, buy higher quantities and bring even more customers”. They go on to list five ways in which loyalty can be built (see figure 1). However this paper looks to exemplify the benefits that learning theory presents when improving customer loyalty with particular emphasis on behavioural
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P1-Types of control systems
Command systems are used to control other systems also by the user. Command system
Open loop control system:
A system that does give a feedback is an open system. Open system normally work only once, then stops however, a good example is digital camera that capture image which then, are transferred to the computers where the information is processed where the image is transferred to the finally stage which is the printing of the image that is produced. In addition this closed system reason being, is that there’s no feedback and there’s no attempt to improve image by the system.
The individual that is operating the camera and the camera decides to
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Week 4: Coaching Summary ReportLDR6120: Developing Bench StrengthSubmitted byPrapatsorn RatanasaitPresented toProf. John EllsworthJuly 27, 2014College of Professional StudiesNortheastern UniversityNowadays, coaching is a very important skill for leaders of the future. To build many great leaders, we need great coaching as well. Coaching can represent in many roles whether boss and employee, parent and child, teacher and student, or some other relationships. From my own experience, besides challenged to lead a team from the previous course, I would like to talk about myself and my younger brother. We are always arguing when we have a discussion together. When he was in a last year of high
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Group:Nguyễn Thị Minh HuyềnĐỗ Thị Hoài ThươngTrần Thuý VânTăng Thị ThuNguyễn Thị PhượngOUTLINE OF RESEARCHTopic : MethodologyTitle: Common errors made by students in photographs part 1 in Toeic Listening TestResearch questions- What are the common errors that students often make?- What are the reasons why these errors are made?Instruments- Participant: student of talent class from faculty of Math…………- Data collection: Tests (quantitative)Procedure- Collect some listening tests of students of talent class from faculty of Math…..- Synthesize data
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Case Study: Chapter 7Ranjit SinghMG615-144 - Managing in the Global EnvironmentProfessor Michael Altamirano3/8/14The Nokia-Microsoft Alliance in the Global Smartphone Industry.1. Do a swot analysis of the nokia-microsoft strategic alliance in the global mobile phone industry?The Nokia-Microsoft analysis has benefited from Microsoft software expertise. Microsoft has its name and brand well established in the cell phone industry. Nokia as well is a global player in this industry. Nokia was the largest manufacture of cell phones in to 2012. Both companies needed a partner that complemented them in the areas they lacked expertise. Nokia has been interested in introducing Windows software to
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Case Study: Chapter 2Case study: Nike's CSR Challenge1. Discuss the challenges regarding corporate social responsibility that companies in the apparel industry face in its supply chains around the world?A corporation's supply chain may be defined as the series of companies including suppliers, customers and logistics providers that work together to deliver a value package of goods and services to the end customer (Simchi-Levi et al., 2002). Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is the initiative of a corporation to take responsibility for the company's effect on the environment and their impact on social welfare (investopedia). CSR has become the hot topic in the MNCs environment because
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LESSON PLANGENERAL INFORMATIONEducational Institution :"SAN JOSE DE NAZARETH" - TACNAArea : ENGLISHGrade : 1st grade secondaryDate : February 17TH , 2012Duration : 35 minutesTeacher : Jessica Lazo Nieto.Cross transversal topic : Summer daysGENERAL CAPABILITIESCreative thinkingCritical thinkingCAPABILITY OF THE AREAOral expression and comprehensionText comprehensionWritten productionEXPECTED OUTCOMEStudents will be able to describe past actions using the simple past form with regular verbs in a communicative way, pronouncing correctly the three ending sound of the regular verbs.LESSON PLANLevel: Beginner Grade: 1stgrade (Elementary)Aim: To pronounce correctly the ED ending soundsLanguage
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The students I have chosen are from the elementary level course. These two women (whose real names were omitted), were interviewed about their educational background as well as about their needs to improve their English skills. I named these students as Ana and Bruna. They have been observed along the period from September 26th to October 10th.Ana's backgroundAna is a 35-year-old Brazilian woman who didn't attend college and at the moment works as a systems analyst. She studied English two years ago for a short period at an Institute of Languages. She also knows some Spanish because of her job. She has to communicate with South American countries, but at the moment English it is her priority
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ContentsTITLE AND BACKGROUND 1PRELIMINARY REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2DEFINITION OF TQM 2THE CONCEPTS AND CORE PRINCIPLES OF TQM 3CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AS THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF TQM 4TQM SUSTAINABILITY 6TQM SUCCESS AND FAILURE 6CUSTOMER FOCUS IN TQM 7RESEARCH QUESTIONS AND OBJECTIVES 8Research Questions 8Research Objectives 9RESEARCH PLAN 10Perspective 10Research Design and Data Collection Methods 11PRIMARY DATA 11SECONDARY DATA 12Sampling 12Validity and Reliability 13Ethical Considerations 13REFERENCES 14TITLE: The TQM (Total Quality Management) of Multinational Automobile Manufacturing Companies in the light of the present global economic situation: How well TQM is being managed? Case studies of
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Personal Takeaway Assignment #2
This week I learned about psychological health and how it surrounds more than a single certain state of normality. To be in good psychological health, you must be healthy and open to strive to fulfill your potential. A great demonstration that relates to our psychological health is Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. It was stated that when you fulfill a good measure of these needs, you have achieved self-actualization. Self-actualized people have high self-esteem and are realistic, inner-directed, authentic, and creative.
I also learned about defense mechanisms and why you shouldn’t use them to cope with problems. Using defense mechanisms makes it hard to find
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The four brands chosen for this assignment are Pepperidge Farm, Oreos, Keebler, and Chips Ahoy. Each of these competing brands fit into the cookie category and while that makes them similar they all have very distinct features and frames which differentiates one from another. Whether it is the style of the cookie itself, the marketing done, or the brand as a whole. The different frames talked about varied from being simple such as an Oreo being in the same frame as three of the other brands because of its chocolate flavoring to more complex frames such as the marketing done by the different brands in order to fall under the frame for “cookies for
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. Two sites that gives a listing of journals of interest to educators are:
Educational Journals on the Internet
Scholarly Journals in Print in the JSCC Library
Evaluation: The following criteria will be used in awarding points for this assignment. You can use the Virtual Library, your school or local library, or the Internet as your source for an article to review. Your review cannot be a summary of the abstract of the article.
Summarize the purpose for the article.
Summarize the main findings (topic) of the article. You need not address all of the findings of the article, just address the findings that are central to the purpose of the
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due on (CHECK SCHEDULE) in class.
· Your Writing Center conference will need to be completed by (CHECK SCHEDULE).
· The final draft of the Essay #3 is due at the beginning of class on (CHECK SCHEDULE).
· Format requirements: Minimum 1000 words (4—5 pages), 12 point formal font, double-spaced with one-inch margins, in MLA format (search for MLA OWL via an online search engine for details). The required Works Cited page (see MLA OWL) is not considered as part of four pages.
Grading criteria for this essay assignment
Category 1: Thesis Unity & Overall Organization – state a claim or thesis and follow through with it in an effective manner throughout your written essay
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GRAPHING ASSIGNMENT 2
In this graphing assignment I have decided to compare the following two graphs:
Figure 1. Wisconsin Poverty Rates under Three Measures, 2008-2011
Figure 4. Poverty in Wisconsin in 2011 by Measure: Overall and for Children and the Elderly
(As seen on page two)
To better compare these to drafts I will be answering the following questions in order:
1. What do these graphs show and how are they related to each other (other than being from the same report, that is)?
2. Where does the data come from for these graphs? How was it generated or analyzed to produce the graphs?
3. What things are positively or negatively correlated in these graphs and do both graphs
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ARTICLE IDENTIFICATION – 10 points possible
NOTE: Both Number 1 and Number 2 below must be completed to earn these points
1. In the space below explain why you picked the article you selected for this assignment from the classroom Resources folder. Include a description of what about the focus of the article you chose captured your interest and why.
I selected this particular article because I have an interest in P TSD. My brother-in-law suffers from PTSD and my interest in this area was stirred by observing his symptoms and his wife’s (my sister) reaction to those symptoms.
I have often thought that the military should be aware of individuals who have a propensity to PTSD and
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Cultural Industries – Theory Assignment
The dominant traditions have an important role to many economies in terms of assessing change and continuity that involves the growth of prosperity and employment in the cultural industries. The process to determine the best solution may be complicated and tiresome as controversy surrounds these traditions. Profit generating and control may be the main reasons of these approaches, but they also carry an important characteristic in how society understands “the relationships between culture, society and economy.” (Hesmondhalgh, 2007, p.6) Many compare and contrast on whether political economy or cultural studies approaches are more useful towards
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A general debate of each of these ideas of employee health, safety and security are the affiliations of safety, health, and security are closely related. Normally, safety communicates to defending the physical safety of individuals. The most important purpose of active safety programs in establishments is to prevent work-related injuries and accidents. The extensive term is health, which discusses a common state of physical, mental, and emotional well-being of persons in health managing practices. The
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Supply and Demand Assignment• Visit http://www.bized.co.uk/learn/economics/markets/mechanism/interactive/part1.htm and read the material posted about supply and demand. Explore the concepts of supply and demand by using the interactive features on the graphs. Use the questions following the diagrams to guide your exploration. Visit parts 1, 2, & 3 of the Web site.• Fill in the matrix and answer the questions in Appendix C. Describe how changes in price and/or quantity of various goods and services will affect either supply or demand and the equilibrium price. Use the graphs from the interactive activity as a tool to help you visualize the changes in price and quantity.If the
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Unit 9 Assignment
Leroy Karas is 64 years old. He is in a nursing home without a person in the world to care about him. He is aging and he is alone. Since 16 years old, Leroy has been heavily into alcohol, until it was the most important thing in his life, and unfortunately the only thing. Leroy struggles with alcoholism, which has cost him six children, two wives, his brother and many of friends. If Leroy was to have the opportunity to reunite with some, if not all of his estranged loved ones, Leroy’s attitude towards life might drastically change for the better. As for now, Leroy is miserable, and is constantly expressing his wish to die, so he no longer has to feel the pain
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Research Methods Assignment
1. The 8 steps of a psychological research.
a) Identifying the area and aim of research
- In this steps you are required to find out the area of research you will undertake and what the research will achieve.
b) Gather information
- Gather all necessary information about the area of research.
c) Identify research question and Formulate hypothesis
- Ask questions about what the research is trying to depict and form a hypothesis about what you assumptions are.
d) Design a method to test the hypothesis
- Create a method/experiment that will test if the hypothesis is either correct or incorrect.
e) Collect and analyses the idea
- Gather the result of
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the dangers of dihydrogen monoxide (Wan, 2004). Luckily, the city council discovered that the term was the scientific nomenclature for the chemical compound H2O, also known as water, and quickly dismissed the measure before it reached debate.
This case is a good introduction to critical thinking and the evaluation of information sources (Carder, Willingham, Bigg, 2001). I would certainly agree with this assessment, as I didn’t have much of a clue what the subject was about when I began my assignment. Being forced to decide and defend my position of whether the DHMO.org website was a reliable source of information required me to engage myself and learn more about the subject. Debate is a
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Technological Controversy Assignment
Video games have begun consume a large portion of the time our youth has and has begun to increasingly play a role as big as family and even a social life, but the question is that are the video games that they are playing begun to affect their behaviour in a violent way. Over the years video games have evolved from a simple form of entertainment where two players hit a two dimensional ball back and forth with one another until someone misses; to a variety of diverse and complex games. These games can incorporate many themes, such as: education, action, adventure, simulation, RPG (role playing games) and many others, in these games a players can build