1. Read chapters 12 in the book. LINK TO THE BOOK: https://openstax.org/details/books/introduction-sociology-2e You can download a free pdf version

1. Read chapters 12 in the book. LINK TO THE BOOK: https://openstax.org/details/books/introduction-sociology-2e You can download a free pdf version. 1. Read chapters 12 in the book. LINK TO THE BOOK: https://openstax.org/details/books/introduction-sociology-2e You can download a free pdf version.

1. Read chapters 12 in the book. LINK TO THE BOOK: https://openstax.org/details/books/introduction-sociology-2e You can download a free pdf version form the link provided. 2. I provided the instructions for the memes in the docx file “FA 21 Meme…” 3.Please provide a meme and a paragraph with explanation for the chapter you read it. The paragraph should consist of minimum 10 sentences. Please stick to the instructions provided in the file below as close as possible. 4. I also provided as examples in the file “SOC121memesamples.pdf” Example #1 is very good and your example of how to do the assignment. Sample #2 and #3 ARE BAD SAMPLES. 5. Provide a memes with some sense of humor like in the samples. 6. no plagiarism 7. time new roman, 12 point, double space 8. send final draft in pdf file
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Impact of pilot (survey 1). What did you learn? What changes did

Impact of pilot (survey 1). What did you learn? What changes did you make as a result of getting feedback from others about your survey in these areas? (The list below provides some examples of things you might have done. It is not exhaustive. There is a maximum of 6 marks for this section.)Questions eliminated based on the pilotChanges to question design as a result of responsesChanges to question design based on class content Can someone explain what question 1) What did you learn?” is asking. its talking about the first survey i made.

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Discussion: Our Struggle for Freedom, Civil Liberties And Political Equality 9 Required

1. Read chapters 12 in the book. LINK TO THE BOOK: https://openstax.org/details/books/introduction-sociology-2e You can download a free pdf version Discussion: Our Struggle for Freedom, Civil Liberties And Political Equality

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Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 15, 16

Lesson

Minimum of 1 scholarly source (can include your textbook)

Option 2: The Bill of Rights is not only included with the United States Constitution but also state constitutions. All states have provisions in their constitutions that protect individual rights. Go online and look up your state constitution concerning amendments that are included in the Bill of Rights. How does your state constitution protect your individual rights?

Be sure to make connections between your ideas and conclusions and the research, concepts, terms, and theory we are discussing this week.

Writing Requirements

Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial & 1 follow-up)

Cite your sources when applicable (assigned readings/online lessons and an outside scholarly source)

APA format for in-text citations and list of references

Textbook

Greenberg, E. S & Page, B. I. (2018). The Struggle for Democracy, 2018 Elections and Updates Edition. (12th ed.). Pearson.

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IT201 Human Computer Interaction

You are advised to make your work clear and well-presented. This includes filling your information on the cover page.You MUST show all your work, and text must not be converted into an image, unless specified otherwise by the question.
The work should be your own, copying from students or other resources will result in ZERO mark.
Use Times New Roman font for all your answers.
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Methodolgy

A.How will you control your study? What factors might impact the results that you cannot control? Define all conditions for the study
(what, who, where, when, how)

B.How will you select your sample? What is the sample size? How does it reflect the characteristics of the population?
C. What instruments will you use to measure and compare the variables?
Include a comprehensive description of the instruments (survey, work data, rating scale, trend analysis, government statistics, company annual reports, etc.) you will use to study the variables. Include the instruments or a sample thereof within the appendix.
D.How will your protect the participants and ensure confidentiality ?
Describe all measures that will be used to provide anonymous responses, voluntary participation, confidentiality at all levels of participation, and all other means to protect the participants, the organization, and all entities involved with this study.
E.What statistical methods will you employ? What analysis will you use? What statistics will you report? What will be your probability level?

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Tableau analysis

Tableau analysis HELP!!!
Dataset: Travel Insurance Prediction Data from Kaggle
Hypothesis: We predicted that the most influential variables on Travel Insurance are: annual income, family members, frequent flyers, and ever traveled. We also predicted that age, employment type, graduate or not, and chronic disease will not have a significant effect on whether or not a customer purchases travel insurance.
Please use Tableau to do the data analysis, It is very easy and what methods use is fine.
Show the methods and pictures and explanation
Thank you
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Economics Question

Question:What are the risks of an extended supply chain?
Risks of an extended supply chain

• We have discussed globalization

• We have discussed the increase in trade

• We have discussed the extension of supply
chains

• What are the risks of an extended supply chain?
Should we not also take into account:
Monitoring
Closeness to customer markets ?
words:350-450
Answer all questions and have clear points and structure. Please pay attention to the grammar and not too colloquial?
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ENC 1143 – Reflection on Evidence and Style

The discussion is meant to be a collaboration of what we’ve learned this semester in order to prepare us for the learning philosophy statement due during finals week.
So I need the writer to reply one time for each using academic paragraph. I will leave the class details down so you can understand the whole meaning of the assignment. Also, you will see an example of a student’s reply.
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answer literature question in a paragraph or two

According to D. Konstan, “Rather than the passionate er?s that unites the protagonists in the Greek novel, [the story of] Apollonius [King of Tyre] celebrates a filial love or affection… .” Bearing this in mind, whether you agree with it or not, discuss what forces you believe brought together Apollonius and the daughter of King Archistrates (not, BTW, impersonal forces such as Fortune, Fate, God, and the like that can be seen as bringing the two of them into each other’s orbits or physical proximity but what brings them together as a couple). Give specific examples to support your argument (drawing upon both their own words and those of the narrator, both before and after their separation and reunion).

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1. Read chapters 12 in the book. LINK TO THE BOOK: https://openstax.org/details/books/introduction-sociology-2e You can download a free pdf version

1. Read chapters 12 in the book. LINK TO THE BOOK: https://openstax.org/details/books/introduction-sociology-2e You can download a free pdf version

Katherine Boo’s account (Behind the Beautiful Forevers), why did slum-dwellers prefer private (individual and familial) attempts to better their socially, spatially, and economically precarious situation?

Katherine Boo’s account (Behind the Beautiful Forevers), why did slum-dwellers prefer private (individual and familial) attempts to better their socially, spatially, and economically precarious situation?. Katherine Boo’s account (Behind the Beautiful Forevers), why did slum-dwellers prefer private (individual and familial) attempts to better their socially, spatially, and economically precarious situation?.

According to Katherine Boo’s account (Behind the Beautiful Forevers), why did slum-dwellers prefer private (individual and familial) attempts to better their socially, spatially, and economically precarious situation? Why didn’t the community pursue a collective political response (e.g. grassroots protests, organized political resistance, social movements, etc.). Put simply, why was there no revolt or revolution in Annawadi?

Be sure to develop a clear argument (i.e. thesis statement) that is systematically supported by a series of sub-arguments, which themselves are supported with logical reasoning and empirical evidence/specific examples taken from class readings (Required and Supplemental) and other course materials. No outside research is necessary.

Papers should be 5-6 pages long and standard formatting is expected (12-point font, 1-inch margins, double-spaced, etc.). In-text citations and a bibliography are required.

MAKE SURE TO HAVE A CLEAR THESIS WITH A CLEAR ARGUMENT, AND AT LEAST THREE SUBARGUMENTS.

PLEASE ALSO INCLUDE THE BOOK: “PLANET OF SLUMS” BY MIKE DAVIS
(I WILL ATTACH A POWERPOINT FOR YOU TO USE AS WELL, TAKE DIRECT QUOTES AND YOU CAN TAKE DIRECT SENTENCES FROM THAT AS WELL)
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looking for 1 1/2 page on the topic of Osgood-Schlatter Disease, I’m mainly looking what treatment and nutrition could help you through Osgood-Schlatter Disease. Remember to include the website if any are used and this is going through Turnitin.com, so there can’t be any plagiarism.

Read and summarize one published scientific nutrition research paper on health and nutrition of interest to you. The article must come from peer-reviewed journals, such as the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Journal of the American Medical Association, or find on PubMed, etc. (Ask me if you need to clarify this.) Include a summary of the purpose of the study, methods used, the results and the conclusion of the researchers in your own words. A Turnitin score >25% means you are “too close to your sources”.. Limit your discussions to 4-6 pages, typed, double spaced. Grammar, spelling and punctuation will be considered in the grading of all written work. Submit through Canvas. Grading rubric in Table below A few notes about the research papers to keep in mind as you are planning on writing your paper. For all paper options, be sure to properly cite your sources on a reference page and remember than anything taken directly from the article should be in quotation marks. If you have questions about APA formatting, the Purdue OWL website is great: APA Style Introduction // Purdue Writing Lab (Links to an external site.) See the syllabus for due date. Submit through Canvas. APA Citation Style Guide [supanova_question]

Rubric Details Grade for Deliverable 4 100% of total grade Criterion 1

Katherine Boo’s account (Behind the Beautiful Forevers), why did slum-dwellers prefer private (individual and familial) attempts to better their socially, spatially, and economically precarious situation? Rubric Details

Grade for Deliverable 4

100% of total grade

Criterion 1

0% of total grade

A – 4 – Mastery

Comprehensively provided welcome email including the guidelines for the project and lists the team members, stakeholders, and the duration of the project in a well-written communication plan.

0

B – 3 – Proficiency

Clearly provided the welcome email including the guidelines for the project and lists the team members, stakeholders, and the duration of the project in the communication plan.

0

C – 2 – Competence

Provided the welcome email including the guidelines for the project and lists the team members, stakeholders, and the duration of the project in the communication plan.

0

F – 1 – No Pass

Used unclear verbiage about the welcome email in the communication plan.

0

I – 0 – Not Submitted

Not Submitted

0

Criterion 2

0% of total grade

A – 4 – Mastery

Comprehensively provided project summary updates to update stakeholders who are not able to attend a project-related meeting and can provide a status on the effectiveness of the project meeting timelines and the budget in a well-written communication plan.

0

B – 3 – Proficiency

Clearly provided project summary updates to update stakeholders who are not able to attend a project-related meeting and can provide a status on the effectiveness of the project meeting timelines and the budget in the communication plan.

0

C – 2 – Competence

Provided project summary updates to update stakeholders who are not able to attend a project-related meeting and can provide a status on the effectiveness of the project meeting timelines and the budget in the communication plan.

0

F – 1 – No Pass

Used unclear verbiage about project summary updates in the communication plan.

0

I – 0 – Not Submitted

Not Submitted

0

Criterion 3

0% of total grade

A – 4 – Mastery

Comprehensively provided project closing executive summary to include the overall effectiveness of the project by including a comparison of the budget and the overall project timeline in a well-written communication plan.

0

B – 3 – Proficiency

Clearly provided project closing executive summary to include the overall effectiveness of the project by including a comparison of the budget and the overall project timeline in the communication plan.

0

C – 2 – Competence

Provided project closing executive summary to include the overall effectiveness of the project by including a comparison of the budget and the overall project timeline in the communication plan.

0

F – 1 – No Pass

Used unclear verbiage about project closing executive summary in the communication plan.

0

I – 0 – Not Submitted

Not Submitted

0

Criterion 4

0% of total grade

A – 4 – Mastery

Comprehensively documented how the meetings will occur in a well-written communication plan.

0

B – 3 – Proficiency

Clearly documented how the meetings will occur in the communication plan.

0

C – 2 – Competence

Documented how the meetings will occur in the communication plan.

0

F – 1 – No Pass

Used unclear verbiage about how the meetings will occur in the communication plan.

0

I – 0 – Not Submitted

Not Submitted

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What is communication? There are many ways that communication can be defined.

What is communication? There are many ways that communication can be defined. Vygotsky stated that communication is “language created by social interaction with the purpose of communicating with one another. However, later on, language then becomes an ‘inner speech,’ which is the thoughts of a person” (Kleiman, 2012, p264). Communication is a tool that we begin to use early on, whether verbal or non-verbal. When we are born, we attempt to communicate by crying to inform others that we need something. Though caretakers may not be sure why the baby is crying, they attempt to meet the needs of the child. As we continue to get older, we begin to communicate by saying short phrases to let others know that we need something, or by using signs if the approprate words are not available. For instance, toddlers may present their cup to let someone someone know that they want a drink. They may not be capable of verbally saying they want more to drink, but can show a sign for more drink by handing someone their cup.

Can you recall when you were younger and you used to play and pretend by yourself? This type of communication is called egocentric speech, in which children begins to speak to themselves outloud  (Watson, 2002). As children begin to get older, and have an understanding of egocentric speech, they begin to develop what is called inner speech. This means that, although they still talk to themselves, they are capable of doing it quietly (Watson, 2002). “Inner speech becomes the mediating tool for the child’s thinking”  (Watson, 2002, p166). So, they are able to control their thoughts without speaking them freely and what is being said is thought about before being stated.

Though we learn the techniques of thinking before we speak, we all know that this does not always happen. For many of us, we at times speak before we think and what we say may have gotten us into trouble a time or two. But just because we speak, does that mean that everyone always listens? One of the videos that you view this week speaks about the importance of what you say. Other peoples’ persceptions about what we say can be determined by the different tones and body language that is observed in the conversation. For example, we may have learned that when we are passionate about something and trying to get a point across, we can become a little louder and excited about what we are saying. But, this may not be the best way to get a point across. Maybe, when we are mellow and low toned, people listening are more focused on what we are saying and have a better understanding about the point we are trying to make. Listening is one of the key factors when it comes to communication. As we listen, we are better able to come up with questions about information that we receive, as well as develop thoughts that can build on the information that is being received.

So what makes a positive communicator? A positive communicator can have a lot of qualities, but one main quality is listening. A communicator that is capable of providing information, and is able to provide feedback from the information that they have received, is a positive communicator. People who are only focused on what they have to say and tune out information that is being conveyed to them, or interrupts the person that is speaking, shows that they are not listening. In some ways, these people are also showing that they do not respect what is being said, as they are already planning a response from the first couple of words that they hear.

Think about kids and how they receive information that is given to them. For example, if instructions are spoken quickly, listeners may miss steps that they need to know about and the task they are being instructed to do will not be fully completed. All of the information provided did not register with the listeners. With some people, we may be able to have several conversations going at once, change the conversation to something else, and then return back to the old conversation, with everyone staying on track. However, this is not the case with  everyone. Some people cannot follow the conversation so easily. This is the same with nonverbal communication and using technology. Have you ever received a text message or an email that was missing words or was not clear to you? Just missing a couple of words or making a random statement when using technology as a type of communciation, could cause others to not understand what is being said. Electronic communication can be unclear because the reader cannot pick up non-verbal cues or hear the inflection in the sender’s voice. Watching the body language of speakers and hearing how they are saying the words, helps us to understand the message they are conveying.
 
Communication has many values, but we have trended into less verbal communication and are entering a world of nonverbal communication, as people use technology to communicate. How does a person truly interpret how someone feels or what someone is truly saying when the emotions and feelings are removed from what is being said? We all can read what is being sent to us, but the meaning of the conversation is easily misinterpreted or misrepresented because the words being written may not mean the same for everyone. Look at your own communication and the different methods that you use. Have you ever sent a non-verbal message to someone meaning one thing, and the receiver misconstrued what you were truly meaning? When it comes to communication, think about the old saying “you can’t judge a book by its cover”, as we cannot always think that what we read is what is truly meant by the sender.

When it comes to communication, there are many different experiences that individuals are faced with. We may say one thing and the information may be half-heard. For example, you may tell someone to put the clothes in the dryer, start the dryer, and to start a new load of clothes in the washer. He may have heard you say to put the clothes in the washer and the dryer but did not hear that you wanted him to start a new load or that you wanted him to start the dryer. So now the task is half done. Or you may ask someone to pick up certain items from the store and they only heard half of the list or they did not hear the right brand that you had asked for. We all “hear only what we want to hear” sometimes, especially when we are being lectured or being told information that we already know (or think we know).

References

Kleiman, P. (2012). Psych 101: A crash course in the science of the mind. Avon: Adams Media.

Watson, M. W. (2002). Theories of human development. Chantilly: The Teaching Company.[supanova_question]

Assignment 1: The aim of this assignment is to develop your academic

Assignment 1:

The aim of this assignment is to develop your academic writing skills and academic style while learning about the contribution of communication to building the therapeutic relationship in nursing. This task involves writing an introduction, a paragraph on the provided topic (relationship between effective communication and the therapeutic relationship), a conclusion and writing an end-text reference list. On completion of this assignment, you will receive feedback on the areas you need to improve in your academic writing, paraphrasing, and referencing for future assignments.

This assessment is due: Week 5 Friday, 27/08/2021, 5 PM

Assignment instructions:

There are four parts to this assessment:

Part 1: Introduction to the topic (approximately 100 words).

Part 2: Discuss the importance of effective communication in developing the therapeutic relationship. (approx. 500 words).

You need to write your responses to this topic in well paraphrased paragraphs.

Six articles have been chosen for your use for this assignment (see page 2). You are to use (paraphrase) these journal articles as you write your well-constructed paragraphs. You will also need to find at least two additional scholarly articles related to the topic.

Your paragraphs must:

Have a clear topic sentence.

Supporting sentences where paraphrases from selected extracts are included to support your main idea in a logical manner. All paraphrasing must be correctly in-text referenced (in APA 7th style).

Use appropriate academic language/style.

Include complete well-constructed sentences.

Have a concluding sentence.

Part 3: Conclusion (approximately 100 words).

Part 4: Write an end-text reference list of your sources using APA 7th style (including the six articles as well as any additional references you have sourced). You will need to access the academic sources provided using the ECU library systems to find all the bibliographic details needed to write the end-text reference list. You can find a sample end-text reference list on the ECU Referencing Library Guide or watch this useful video on referencing.

The articles (you will need to source them using the library systems):

1. Amoah, V, M. K. (2019). A qualitative assessment of perceived barriers to effective therapeutic

communication among nurses and patients.

2. Antonacci, R., Fong, A., Sumbly, P., Wang, Yi, F., maiden, L., Doucette, E., Gauthier, M. & Cherrier, A. (2018). They can hear the silence: Nursing practices on communication with patients.

3. Bell, J. (2019). The Central Importance of Therapeutic Conversations in Family Nursing: Can Talking Be healing?

4. Brownie, S., Scott, R. & Rossiter. (2016). Therapeutic communication and relationships in

chronic and complex care.

5. McCarthy, B., O’Donovan, M & Trace, A. (2020).A new therapeutic communication model “TAGEET” to help nurses engage therapeutically with patients suspected of or confirmed with COVID-19.

6. Živanovi?, D. & ?iri?, Z. (2017). Therapeutic Communication in Health Care.

NB* These are not the correct bibliographic references – just enough information to assist you with your library searches.

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Katherine Boo’s account (Behind the Beautiful Forevers), why did slum-dwellers prefer private (individual and familial) attempts to better their socially, spatially, and economically precarious situation?

Katherine Boo’s account (Behind the Beautiful Forevers), why did slum-dwellers prefer private (individual and familial) attempts to better their socially, spatially, and economically precarious situation?

Question 1: List all presenting symptoms Question 2: Using DSM 5 criteria, determine the most likely diagnosis, based on Essay

Question 1: List all presenting symptoms Question 2: Using DSM 5 criteria, determine the most likely diagnosis, based on Essay. Question 1: List all presenting symptoms Question 2: Using DSM 5 criteria, determine the most likely diagnosis, based on Essay.

Question 1: List all presenting symptoms Question 2: Using DSM 5 criteria, determine the most likely diagnosis, based on symptom cluster(s) and reported history. I attached the case study..
Part one and part 2 is not written clear at all there needs to be more supporting details and a clearer presenting symptoms because the teacher gives me a 0 out of 100. You the one who did it for me…Please Fix it on the paper and on the powerpoint i need the paper by tomorrow please..because you made me get zero on the paper.

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Psychological Science Chapter 1 Project Purpose You’ve learned about different research methods,

Psychological Science

Chapter 1 Project

Purpose

You’ve learned about different research methods, and you’ve been introduced to experiments and correlations. Students often have a very difficult time understanding experiments and correlations and often confuse aspects of them. The purpose of this project is to help you to understand experiments and correlations, and to learn the difference between them.

You will need to have an understanding of experiments and correlations, as well as descriptive research methods, variables, and the other basics of psychological research methods. Feel free to go to outside, web-based resources if you want some more clarification on any of these things.

Directions

You will design two studies – one experimental and one correlational. You will not actually DO the studies. You will just develop them, which is going to take some creativity (which good researchers are full of). There are a couple of things to note as we begin:

Each study will use the same variables (whichever you choose)

Each study will intend to ask a question that could be somehow helpful to the average student’s life (e.g., in areas of school, work, relationships, health, etc.)

For each of the studies:

Identify your hypothesis

Identify your participants and explain what you are doing with your participants

Identify your operationally defined variables (two for each study)

Write a paragraph or two to describe all aspects of each study, right up to the point where you would actually do the study.

Imagine you did the studies and that your hypotheses were supported. Include a simple statement of what conclusion can be drawn from each study.

Include a final statement about how such psychological findings could be helpful to students.

Finally, write a single paragraph to explain the differences between the findings of your two studies (i.e., how correlation and experiments are different)

Checklist

Experimental Study

Hypothesis

Participants (and what you’ll do with them)

Independent & Dependent Variables

Experimental & Control Conditions

Study narrative (1-2 paragraphs)

Simple Conclusion Statement

Helpful to students?

Correlational Study

Hypothesis

Participants (and what you’ll do with them)

Independent & Dependent Variables

Study narrative (1-2 paragraphs)

Simple Conclusion Statement

Helpful to students?

Comparison

Explain differences in findings from your studies (1 paragraph)

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Chapter 1 questions 1. After entering a dark room, you turn on

Question 1: List all presenting symptoms Question 2: Using DSM 5 criteria, determine the most likely diagnosis, based on Essay Chapter 1 questions

1. After entering a dark room, you turn on a wall switch, but the light does not come on. Refer back to the module and textbook to review the scientific method and suggest at least three hypotheses that might explain this observation. How would you determine which one of your hypotheses (if any) is correct? (1.5 pts.)

2. Each of the following statements may either be a hypothesis (H), a theory (T), or an observation (O). Use one of these letters to identify each statement. Briefly explain each choice.  (2 pts.)

a. A scientist proposes that a recently discovered large ring-shaped structure on the Canadian Shield is the remains of an ancient meteorite crater.

b. The Redwall Formation in the Grand Canyon is composed primarily of limestone.

c. The outer part of Earth consists of several large plates that move and interact with each other.

d. Since 1885, the terminus of Canada’s Athabasca Glacier has receded 1.5 kilometers.

3. The length of recorded (written) history for humankind is about 5,000 years. Clearly, most people view this span as being very long. How does it compare to the length of geologic time? Calculate the percentage or fraction of geologic time that is represented by recorded history. To make calculations easier, round the age of Earth to the nearest billion. (1.5 pts.)[supanova_question]

Chapter 1 –Terms and Vocabulary amicus curiae brief A “friend-of-the-court” brief filed

Chapter 1 –Terms and Vocabulary

amicus curiae brief

A “friend-of-the-court” brief filed by a person or organization not a party to the litigation, but with a strong view on the subject matter in the case.

applied scientist

An individual whose research focuses on solving problems rather than acquiring knowledge for the sake of understanding (see basic scientist).

basic scientist

A scientist who pursues knowledge motivated by scientific curiosity or interest in a scientific question, studying a phenomenon to better understand it rather than to solve a problem.

case law

The body of previous legal decisions and legal principles developed from these earlier decisions, as contrasted with statutory laws (passed by the legislative branch and approved by the executive branch). Case law develops through the courts over time, based upon precedent, and tends to change slowly because of the legal principle of stare decisis.

crime control model

The model that emphasizes the reduction of crime rates and vindicating victims’ rights by the efficient detection of suspects and the effective prosecution of defendants, to help ensure that criminal activity is being contained or reduced.

determinate sentencing

A sentence of confinement or probation for a fixed period of time specified by statute, as contrasted with an indeterminate sentence whose duration is determined by the offender’s behavior.

discretion

The ability to act according to one’s own judgment and conscience. In judicial decisions, discretion refers to a judge’s consideration of factors that may lead to appropriate variations in how the system responds to offenses, as opposed to a decision based on predefined legal guidelines or rules.

due process model

A perspective that emphasizes due process or procedural justice (fairness) under the law. In contrast to the crime control model, this model places stronger emphasis on defendants’ rights.

equality

The principle that all who commit the same crime should receive the same consequences.

expert witness

A witness who has special knowledge beyond that of the ordinary lay person (juror) about a subject enabling him or her to give testimony regarding an issue that requires expertise to understand. Experts are permitted to give opinion testimony, while a nonexpert witness is typically limited to testimony about which he or she has direct knowledge through first-hand observation.

forensic evaluator

A professional role played by psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers when providing forensic mental health assessments and expert testimony on a variety of topics related to legal questions involving mental and emotional disorder, intellectual functioning, substance abuse, and other clinical disorders, as well as capacities that are directly related to the legal question.

forensic mental health assessment

Evaluations conducted by a variety of professionals including psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers. The assessments address a wide range of questions in civil, criminal, and family law (e.g., competency to stand trial, child custody, civil commitment, capital sentencing).

forensic psychologists

These psychologists apply scientific findings and knowledge to questions and issues related to the legal system. Their work may include conducting forensic mental health assessments for courts and attorneys, providing treatment to those under the supervision of the legal system, offering consultation to law enforcement agencies and personnel, and other related tasks.

policy evaluator

A role in which psychologists who have methodological skills in assessing policy provide data regarding the impact of such policy (e.g., degree of change, degree of effectiveness, design recommendations, observed outcomes).

precedents

A ruling (or opinion) announced in a previous case that provides a framework in which to decide a current case. The expectation that a court should abide by precedent is called stare decisis.

principle of proportionality

The principle that the punishment should be consistently related to the magnitude of the offense. (punishment should fit the crime)

procedural justice

The consideration of the fairness of the methods for resolving a dispute and allocating resources.

racial bias

When police officers, prosecutors, jurors, and judges use an individual’s race as the primary determinant for discretionary decisions or judgments of his or her behavior.

sentencing disparity

The differences in the decisions of different judges in sentencing for the same crime.

settlement negotiation

Process used to resolve (settle) civil disputes without a trial, typically in private negotiations between attorneys representing the disputing parties.

stare decisis

The legal principle emphasizing the importance of decision making that is consistent with precedent; literally, “let the decision stand.”

trial consulting

Social scientists who work as jury selection consultants, conduct community attitude surveys, prepare witnesses to testify, advise lawyers on their presentation strategies, and conduct mock trials.[supanova_question]

Hello I am looking for help on Module 8 assignment for Informatic

Hello I am looking for help on Module 8 assignment for Informatic in Healthcare. The question stated “Beginning in Module 1 of this course you have been researching a healthcare informatics topic of your choice. Present the findings in a recorded presentation between 7 -12 minutes in length. The presentation should include a PowerPoint and oral presentation of the slides. There is no slide number requirement. Answer all questions thoroughly with the allotted time. PowerPoint allows you to record directly to each slide. Be sure to include a title slide, objective slide, content slide, reference slide in APA format. (My topic is Electronic Health Record and nursing today) Unable to find any unlock to explain in detail. Thank you

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Chapter 1: Introduction While there are currently community-based services to help support

Chapter 1: Introduction

While there are currently community-based services to help support individuals with developmental disabilities, there are still a great number of individuals failing to meet the milestones of adulthood.

-social inclusion? human right

-transition to employment both supported and independent

-independent meaning they perform independently at their job, not that they own their own business/ company.

Problem Statement

Individuals with developmental disabilities, educators, families, service providers, employers, community members, business owners and various other stakeholders could benefit from additional knowledge pertaining to employment opportunities and barriers for individuals with developmental disabilities engaging in the transition to supported and independent employment. Supported employment interventions help people with developmental disabilities overcome barriers into adulthood and can lead to independent employment opportunities (Schal, 2020). Supported employment has been labeled with extreme importance to help multiple parties (Shattuck, 2011) but research is still lacking from the perspective of individuals with developmental disabilities. In order to secure and maintain gainful and competitive employment for individuals with developmental disabilities further investigation needs to be done on the transition to employment through the direct point of view of individuals with developmental disabilities engaging in supported employment and independent employment.

Theoretical Rationale

A qualitative phenomenological design will be utilized to examine the experiences of adults with developmental disabilities as they transition into supported and independent employment settings. The theoretical foundation for this study will be Schlossberg’s transition theory. Schlossberg’s theory can be viewed through a psychosocial lens. Schlossberg believed it was necessary to “ develop a framework that would facilitate an understanding of adults in transition and aid them in connecting to the help they needed to cope with the ‘ordinary and extraordinary process of living’” (Evans et al., 2010, p. 213) Additionally, Schlossberg transition theory provides insight into elements of transition by examining the environment, the support systems in place, and the individual engaging in the environment.

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of this study is to research employment policies and practices through the direct lens of individuals with developmental disabilities transitioning into supported employment as well as independent employment.

Research Questions

To what extent do individual, societal and environmental factors play a role in impacting outcomes for individuals with developmental disabilities transitioning into supported and independent work settings?

How does stigma impact employment outcomes for individuals with developmental disabilities?

To what degree do individuals with developmental disabilities value personal job satisfaction, social interaction opportunities, employment benefits, rate of pay and availability of hours?

What barriers do individuals with developmental disabilities face when they are transitioning into supported and independent employment opportunities?

List weaknesses or problems that may affect the results of the study.

Potential Significance of the Study

As more research begins to address the drought of available supported employment information through the direct lens of individuals with developmental disabilities, more opportunities may arise.

Definitions of Terms

Developmental Disabilities-

Supported Employment-

Community Inclusion-

Deinstitutionalization-

Independent Employment-

Volunteer Work-

Inclusion-

Stigma-

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Question 1: List all presenting symptoms Question 2: Using DSM 5 criteria, determine the most likely diagnosis, based on Essay

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(1)Look back at this week’s readings. Demonstrate your knowledge by describing the central idea or set of ideas in

(1)Look back at this week’s readings. Demonstrate your knowledge by describing the central idea or set of ideas in. (1)Look back at this week’s readings. Demonstrate your knowledge by describing the central idea or set of ideas in.

(1)Look back at this week’s readings. Demonstrate your knowledge by describing the central idea or set of ideas in these materials.

(2) So far we have done some reflection and recognized the importance of the individualized lived experience. Let’s try to see what the research has shown in regards to human behavior, stress or trauma, and health and well-being.

Access Manderino library or a full article you can find from a reputable source (.org, .edu, .gov) published no earlier than 2016.

Be sure the article builds on your knowledge of the role of stress on one’s health and well-being. What’s the title? Summarize and cite here!

(3) Engage in Joanne’s exercise for trauma-informed Yoga Practice. What are your thoughts before and after? Jot them down here! Please describe how this experience was for you this week?
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(1)Look back at this week’s readings. Demonstrate your knowledge by describing the central idea or set of ideas in

(1)Look back at this week’s readings. Demonstrate your knowledge by describing the central idea or set of ideas in

As you finish up Hunger, by Roxane Gay you may be recognizing that the work with your client Ms. Essay

As you finish up Hunger, by Roxane Gay you may be recognizing that the work with your client Ms. Essay. As you finish up Hunger, by Roxane Gay you may be recognizing that the work with your client Ms. Essay.

As you finish up Hunger, by Roxane Gay you may be recognizing that the work with your client Ms. Gay has only begun and some may think that you have not even been able to scratch the surface. Her story and experience is not uncommon among adults with whom we may work, and what you may be experiencing as a reader may also transfer into practice.

Social workers understand that, as a consequence of difference, our personal experiences and affective reactions may impact our ability to effectively engage with diverse clients and constituencies. Since we value principles of relationship-building and inter-professional collaboration to facilitate engagement with clients, we use empathy, reflection, and interpersonal skills to effectively engage diverse clients.

Where are you at in your compassion, burnout, and stress levels? Please look at the site that i am going to include to help answer the questions

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Take this assessment and interpret your results for your professional development as a future social work practitioner.

(2) Social workers, officials, and police officers alike have professions that manage others’ bodies. How can social workers manage their own bodies better? Please offer any final thoughts and examples of Joanne Spence’s practices that you have used across the semester.

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As you finish up Hunger, by Roxane Gay you may be recognizing that the work with your client Ms. Essay

Present and study Network

Present and study Network. Present and study Network.

In the 1st summative assessment, you built your own network. In this second assessment, you will continue using

your network from assessment 1. You may build a new network for this exercise too (bearing in mind that this may

require extra work for you). If you decide to build a new network, adhere to the constraints given in assessment 1

on how your network should look like (e.g. the network should have at least 10 nodes, the network should be

original etc.) Consult Assessment 1 on Moodle for the requirements for your network. Note that you may need to

ignore weights, directions, or signs of edges for some of the algorithms you’ll use below. If this turns out to be the

case, mention briefly that the algorithm you use ignores (or you choose to ignore) some characteristics of the edges.

Some algorithms you’ll use below may fail to converge. If this happens, report the case, modify the algorithm, the

statistical model, of your network until you get a solution.

You will write 1,500 words report. Your report should discuss the items given below. Structure your report in four

parts corresponding to the four groups of items below. Each section is equally weighted in the final grade.

A: assortativity and communities

First describe briefly your network (i.e. what are nodes and edges) and how you constructed the network (i.e. how

you collected the data). Also provide a plot of your network. The purpose is to remind us your network. If you

chose to build a new network for this assessment, you will need give more details here.

As I have previously attempted this assignment with 8% plagiarism in Turnitin, however, plagiarism was still being spotted. I will attach the report and my work as a reference. Please be aware and don’t make the same mistake, if there are any course materials that the writer would like to access, feel free to let me know.[supanova_question]

Communications Skills 099 Paper Assignment 4 SYNTHESIZING UNDERLYING IDEAS Outline due: December

Communications Skills 099

Paper Assignment 4

SYNTHESIZING UNDERLYING IDEAS

Outline due: December 2, 2021 (upload to Canvas BEFORE CLASS)

Rough draft due: December 6, 2021 (upload to Canvas BEFORE CLASS–minimum 3 pgs)

Final draft due: December 13, 2021 (upload to Canvas by 8PM)

Length (final draft): 4-5 pages

“The Other Side is Not Dumb,” Blanda

“No Need to Call,” Turkle

“Why America is Self-Segregating,” Boyd

“Teaching Men to Be Emotionally Honest,” Reiner

For this essay, you will be using any 2-3 of the texts listed above to craft an argument in response to the following:

Taken together, what do your chosen articles tell us about the factors that most heavily influence an individual’s personal choices? Consider the different ideas presented by both/all of your authors, and craft an argument discussing how they come together as a set of overall ideas about what things (types of people, social forces, goals, fears, etc.) have the greatest influence on a person’s individual choices.

As always, you’ll need to thoroughly analyze all of your chosen texts and have a solid understanding of the main claims being made by each. Be sure to maintain close contact with the question and the texts, and use the texts as the basis for your answer.

Your essay should be well-argued and well-organized. Be sure to state a thesis and consistently support your ideas with relevant textual evidence and thoughtful analysis. You should follow MLA format for all in-text citations and format your paper according to the MLA guidelines presented in your textbook. Remember to include a title that captures your argument. Make use of the Writing Center, and see me with any questions.

Reminders:

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Recorded Post-Lecture Response

Present and study Network I have a viedo to answer my questions : Post-Lecture Responses QuestionsExplain how Stacey Park Milbern’s video relates to the 10 Principles of Disability Justice.
What were the main messages you took away from the Rising Phoenix video/song? Is it considered inspiration porn? Why or why not?
How did tonight’s lecture further your understanding of disability justice? Did you have any aha moments? If so, what was one of your new understandings? If not, what student or professor comments during class resonated with you and why?

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Discussion 6 (choosing death) Options Menu: Forum

Okay, class, we’re going to get a little more philosophical with this last discussion. Let’s say that you could know the exact day/time of your death, but you wouldn’t be able to know the cause of death. What do you think would be the advantages of knowing? What would be the disadvantages of knowing? Would you want to know when are you going to die? Explain why or why not. What do you think would be the psychological consequences of your decision?
Remember:
– You must (1) post your own response to this discussion question/prompt and (2) reply to a classmate’s post.
– Be sure to thoroughly answer all parts of the discussion question.
– Your posts and responses should be informed by your readings. Thus, you should cite the text and outside research in your posts to receive full credit. Please create thoughtful answers for your original post and your replies to your fellow classmates. Also, be respectful of your classmates’ ideas. Some of the discussion topics may be sensitive in nature. Please keep all of your posts academic and professional and avoid sharing personal information. Think of these discussions as “mini-papers,” so your responses and writing style should reflect that. Lastly, your response needs to be at least 100 words, and your reply to another student’s response needs to be at least 50 words.

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Buddhism in ‘Hollywood’, or ‘Blockbuster’ movies

to choose one movie and discuss how it relates to some of the major themes related to
Buddhism raised in this class. Avoid using documentaries about Buddhism for this
assignment. If you choose a documentary, you will not get credit. Those are too ‘on the
nose’. Instead, I’d like you to demonstrate your creativity by noticing elements of Buddhism
in ‘Hollywood’, or ‘Blockbuster’ movies. Be sure to support your thoughts with specific
examples from both the movie as well as the Buddhist theme(s) you find it is related. This
assignment should also be about 1000 words (4 pages).

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Research

Scenario:
You have recently been hired as a Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) at a large company (You may choose your industry). This is a newly created position and department within the organization that was founded on the need to coordinate all areas of the business and to provide governance of the information. You will need to hire for all positions within your new department.
The company has been in business for more than 50 years and in this time has collected vast amounts of data. Much of this data has been stored in hard copy format in filing cabinets at an offsite location but in recent times, collected business data is in electronic format stored in file shares. Customer data is being stored in a relational database, but the lack of administration has caused data integrity issues such as duplication. There are currently no policies in place to address the handling of data, business or customer. The company also desires to leverage the marketing power of social media, but has no knowledge of the types of policies or legal issues they would need to consider. You will also need to propose relevant metrics that should be collected to ensure that the information governance program is effective.
The CEO and Board of Directors have tasked you to develop a proposal (paper) that will give them the knowledge needed to make informed decisions on an enterprise-wide Information Governance program, addressing (at a minimum) all of these issues, for the company.
Requirements:
The paper should include at a minimum of the following sections:

Title page

Executive Summary (Abstract)

Body
Introduction (including industry discussion – 1-2 pages)

Annotated Bibliography (2-3 pages)

Literature review (2-3 pages)

Program and technology recommendations, including:
Metrics

Data that matters to the executives in that industry, the roles for those executives, and some methods for getting this data into their hands.

Regulatory, security, and privacy compliance expectations for your company

Email and social media strategy

Cloud Computing strategy

Conclusion

References

You must include at least two figures or tables. These must be of your own creation. Do not copy from other sources.

Must cite at least 10 references and 5 must be from peer reviewed scholarly journals (accessible from the UC Library).

This paper should be in proper APA format and avoid plagiarism when paraphrasing content. It should be a minimum of 8 pages in length (double-spaced), excluding the title page and references.This paper shall be a consolidation of attached two papers. The first one has an introduction and the second one has a bibliography and body. This paper shall have combined content and conclusion for the topic. It shall be APA format.THERE SHALL BE NO PLAGIARISM IN THIS PAPER.
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Proposal Pitch

Written business proposals are often accompanied by oral presentations directed towards the audience who will make the decision about whether or not to approve the suggested course of action.
In this assignment, you will prepare and deliver a 5-minute presentation explaining your proposal to this intended audience, and you will conduct a short question-and-answer session following the presentation. Your presentation should be careful to address the core components of the proposal, though your discussion of certain elements may need to be considerably abbreviated given the time constraint.As you prepare, consider how you can pack the most punch into your presentation given your time constraints. What strategies might you adopt to make your presentation both clear and interesting to your audience. If you have elected to write a proposal for your place of work, envision your classmates as the group of stakeholders that will say “yes” or “no” to your proposal. If you have elected to write a proposal for the Franklin innovation seminar, envision your classmates as the award committee described in the assignment.
Action Items
Review the date and time that your instructor assigned for your presentation.
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For Instructor’s Use only Instructor’s Name: Students’ Grade: Marks Obtained/Out of Level

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: Marks Obtained/Out of

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Course Learning Outcomes-Covered

Aligned

PLOs

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

MGT.M.3.2

The capacity to write coherent project about a case study or an actual research about ethics

General Motors’ Failure to Consider Stakeholders

General Motors (GM) has struggled with its brands and its image. Over the years, it has jettisoned some of its once-popular brands, including Oldsmobile and Pontiac, sold many others, and climbed back from a 2009 bankruptcy and reorganization. The automaker was hiding an even bigger problem, however: The ignition switch in many of its cars was prone to malfunction, causing injury and even death. The faulty switches caused 124 deaths and 273 injuries, and GM was finally brought to federal court. In 2014, the company reached a settlement for $900 million and recalled 2.6 million cars.

The case exemplifies the tension between the concept that “the only goal of business is to profit, so the only obligation that the businessperson has is to maximize profit for the owner or the stockholders” on one hand, and the ethical obligations a company owes to its other stakeholders on the other. GM’s failure to consider its stakeholders and consumers when choosing not to report the potential for malfunction of the ignition switches led to an ethical breakdown in its operations and cost the company and its customers dearly. In addition, by treating customers as only a means toward an end, the company turned its back on a generation of loyal buyers.

Case Questions

What virtues and values shared by its long-time customers did General Motors betray by failing to disclose an inherent danger built into its cars? (Not less than 600 words) 2.5-Marks

How do you think that betrayal affected the company’s brand and the way car buyers felt about the firm? How might it have affected its shareholders’ views of GM? (Not less than 600 words) 2.5-Marks[supanova_question]

Present and study Network

Present and study Network

Critical Response

Critical Response. Critical Response.

Draft a press release that makes an argument as to why Indigenous participation and/or leadership in the upcoming COP 26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow is important.Use the source that has been provided and also use some additional sources for better details.Also need to cite from the video

https://youtu.be/Vxx1CYKuNE8Make the critical summary based on the information provided.[supanova_question]

3. In partitioning variance in a balanced factorial ANOVA, we can conclude that:

3. In partitioning variance in a balanced factorial ANOVA, we can conclude that: a. the main effects of A and B and the AxB interaction are independent of one anotherb. factors A and B may be correlated as long as they are not correlated with the AxB interaction.c. factors A and B are not correlated with one another but each may be correlated with the interaction.d. all variance in the model is accounted for by factors A and B.

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Short title of paper4 Running head: short name of title1 [ Enter

Critical Response Short title of paper4

Running head: short name of title1

[ Enter Title of Paper here ]
[ Enter your name {Last, First} ]

Introduction

[Replace this Note with an Introduction. Do not include an Abstract in this paper. The introduction should be approximately one-or two paragraph of between 150 and 500 words.

The introduction needs to:

Summarize the details of the project and briefly describe the important contents of your paper.

Define the following:

the primary mission of the system to include any alternative or secondary missions.

the functions of the system.

the type of equipment, personnel and other resources used for the system.

any changes or improvement that are anticipated as the system grows and technology evolves.

the environment where the system will operate.

Explain what Problem the system will address (i.e. what makes a new system successful).

Introduce any other concepts or content specific to your paper.]

Hypothesis

[Replace this Note with 1-or-more Hypothesis which is a concise statement of what your research and analysis discovered. As an example, “A successful system implementation requires a robust testing plan”. Any Hypothesis is developed after the research has been conducted. ]

Software System #1

[Remove this note and enter details about the Smart System based on the topic details. Do the following for each Software System and the elements of A.D.D.I.E.

Complete research and evaluate the literature as it applies to the topic.

Analyze the research, especially noting where evidence from multiple sources either confirm each other, conflict with each other or supplement each other.

Link this topic to the research question and hypothesis as well as the next main topic.

This topic may include many paragraphs. Paragraphs should consist of 5 to 8 sentences.]

Analysis

[Remove this note and complete this for the software system found in your research.]

Design

[Remove this note and complete this for the software system found in your research.]

Development

[Remove this note and complete this for the software system found in your research.]

Implementation

[Remove this note and complete this for the software system found in your research.]

Evaluation

[Remove this note and complete this for the software system found in your research.]

Findings

[Remove this note. Summarize what was discovered in the literature review and topic areas of this paper. The findings may include many paragraphs but will not necessarily be of significant length.]

References

Last Name, F. M. (Year). Article Title. Journal Title, Pages From – To.

Last Name, F. M. (Year). Book Title. City Name: Publisher Name.

Note: References are in Alphabetic order by last name. I highly recommend that you use the Reference Tab in WORD to create References and then Cite these references and add the Bibliography/Reference page at the end of the document.

Click Manage Sources, click New and enter details for each reference. Make sure the Style is set to APA before creating a new reference.

Find each area with your paper where you want to cite a reference and Click Insert Citation to choose the reference.

Create a blank page at the end of your paper and Click Bibliography and Click Insert Bibliography.[supanova_question]

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Recall that during the Renaissance era, for the first time composers

Recall that during the Renaissance era, for the first time composers could become celebrities in the public eye. With the growing interest in the individual planted during the Renaissance era continuing into the Baroque period, artists strove to depict strong emotions and create more dramatic presentation. Charles le Brun, for instance, drew 12 different facial expressions to express the full range of human emotion. Listen to the performance of Bach Fugue in g minor and describe your reaction to how the music made you feel. In addition, explain how this music reflects the characteristics of the Baroque era/people’s values during that time.

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Review the following article (attached): Merlin, M. D. (2003). Archaeological evidence for

Review the following article (attached):

Merlin, M. D. (2003). Archaeological evidence for the tradition of psychoactive plant use in the old world. Economic Botany 57 (3), 295–323. doi: 10.1663/0013-0001(2003)057[0295:AEFTTO]2.0.CO;2

Merlin’s (2003) hypothesis is that “humans have a very ancient tradition involving the use of mind-altering experiences to produce profound, more or less spiritual and cultural understanding” (p. 295).

In an essay of 750–1000 words (4–5 pages double-spaced) use one plant presented in this article to argue for or against this hypothesis. To defend your argument, make sure you correctly identify what the archaeological data indicates about past uses of the plant. You must do research to find evidence that contradicts that which is presented in your paper. You also will need to provide the following background information:

The common and scientific names, as well as the family, to which the plant belongs

Its geographic origins, current distribution, and current uses

The chemical nature of the psychoactive principle, and its physiological effects

Be sure that you present the concepts in your own words, and that you include current information. You should follow APA or CSE format for preparing your essay and citing sources.

This essay must be excellent and adhere precisely to the rubric below.

Grading Criteria for Part B: Essay

Following are the grading criteria that will be used to evaluate your essay.

Substance

Criteria

Weighting

The introduction offers a sense of direction for the paper and presents a clear thesis statement to the reader.

/5

The research paper provides evidence of critical thinking and analysis, as well as synthesis of researched information throughout, and presents a logical and persuasive argument.

/10

The body develops the necessary aspects of the main idea and provides examples, support, or illustration for each aspect of the main idea.

/10

The conclusion summarizes the main points and ties them to the thesis; it also presents an impact statement and/or suggests direction for future research.

/5

Total

/30

Writing Style and Format

Criteria

Weighting

Paragraphs are unified, developed, and coherent, with transitions between ideas.

/2

Sentences are grammatically correct; words are chosen for accuracy and impact.

/2

The writing follows the conventions of spelling and mechanics (punctuation, etc.).

/1

The format follows the CSE or APA documentation style accurately and consistently.

/2

Research sources are relevant, current, and credible. At least three sources have been used and are clearly documented in the paper.

/3

Total

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For Instructor’s Use only Instructor’s Name: Students’ Grade: Marks Obtained/Out of Level

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: Marks Obtained/Out of

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font.

Submissions without cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment 3

Submission Date by students: Before the end of Week 13

Place of Submission: Students Grade Centre via blackboard.

Weight: 05 Marks

CLO: Develop the ability to rise to ethical issues and challenges in the context of public management.

We expect you to answer each question as per instructions in the assignment. You will find it useful to keep the following points in mind. The assignment with be evaluated in terms of your planning, organization and the way you present your assignment. All the three section will carry equal weightage

Kindly read the instruction carefully and prepare your assignment accordingly.

1) Planning: Read the assignments carefully, go through the Units on which they are based. Make some points regarding each question and then rearrange them in a logical order. (1.5 Marks)

2) Organisation: Be a little selective and analytical before drawing up a rough outline of your answer. Give adequate attention to question’s introduction and conclusion. (1.5 Marks)

Make sure that:

a) The answer is logical and coherent

b) It has clear connections between sentences and paragraphs

c) The presentation is correct in your own expression and style.

3) Presentation: Once you are satisfied with your answer, you can write down the final version for submission. If you so desire, you may underline the points you wish to emphasize. Make sure that the answer is within the stipulated word limit. (2 Marks)

Write an essay in about 1000-1200 words on the following topic.

Provide a statement explaining your own personal code of ethics. Include at least 4 codes in your answer with enough explanation and examples. Refer to concepts learned in class or in the textbook and link them to your justification.

In addition, discuss whether personal code of ethics could clash with organizational ethics. Some people believe, that personal ethics and organization’s ethics are two different and unrelated concepts. Others, believe that personal ethics should be applied to organization’s ethics. Is it possible that our personal beliefs and ethics are applicable to our work? Discuss.

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Critical Response

Critical Response

The SOW 215 Current Developmental Issues [CDI] Paper focuses on human development over the life course. The finished paper Essay

The SOW 215 Current Developmental Issues [CDI] Paper focuses on human development over the life course. The finished paper Essay. The SOW 215 Current Developmental Issues [CDI] Paper focuses on human development over the life course. The finished paper Essay.

The SOW 215 Current Developmental Issues [CDI] Paper focuses on human development over the life course. The finished paper should be 3-4 pages in length . . The purpose of the paper is to help students make meaningful connections between course material and the “real world,” as well as nurturing writing skills and stimulating critical thinking. This is not simply an opinion paper. It needs to make a connection to the book and class materials. Any assertions that you make will need to have relevant and reliable evidence (with citation). Students will complete the paper on current issues in human development.
The paper should consist of the following components:
(a) Find an article published in the last 12 months , a newspaper or magazine (not a blog, ask.com, or non-reputable site) that illustrates a pertinent developmental phenomenon, concept, theory, issue, or research finding connected with the course content used in SOW 215. To focus your search, start by choosing a stage/age as discussed in this course. Include a link to the article with the assignment. You will need to provide the reference for the source on the title page your paper, including the author’s name, article title, article source (not a website only), page numbers for the article, date, and year of publication.
(b) Summarize the main points of the article. Give sufficient information so that anyone reading your paper would understand the article.
Write in a concise, clear, thoughtful, and specific way. Summarize the article in your own words; you may not plagiarize the article.
(c) Link the article to a developmental phenomenon, concept, theory, process, issue, or research finding covered in this course. Discuss the relevant stage/age in human development from the Tyler text.
GUIDELINES FOR FORMAT OF PAPERS:
1. Papers must always use APA format.
2. Proper grammar, spelling and sentence structure is required (20% of any grade received will be based upon these factors).
3. Papers not using APA formatting will be graded at or below 92%.
4. Papers will be submitted to the course Dropbox
5. Any statements in the paper that are not your own original thought(s) must be properly acknowledged and referenced. .
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College of Administrative and Financial Sciences Assignment 3 Deadline: 4th December 2021

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

Assignment 3

Deadline: 4th December 2021

Course Name: Introduction to Operations Management

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT311

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: Ist

CRN:

Academic Year: 1442/1443 H

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: Marks Obtained/Out of

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted

Learning Outcomes:

Learning Outcomes:

To understand the concept of transformation and invention of the Product.

To manage the level of Inventory.

To take the decision of New product Development.

To understand supply chain strategy.

Critical Thinking

The Chinese company BYD is pursuing electric cars and hopes to become the world’s largest car company. With the financial support of American Warren Buffett, the company, which has only been in existence for a few years mostly making batteries, has caught the attention of not only Mr. Buffett but also many in the auto industry.

ELECTRIC AND HYBRID CARS

Electric cars (also known as electric vehicles or EVs) rely exclusively on battery power. With an all-electric EV there is no internal combustion engine, muffler, gasoline tank, air and fuel filters, and other parts needed to run a gasoline powered system. The vehicle itself also produces no tailpipe emissions, and by getting its power from an efficient utility company, overall, it produces fewer greenhouse gases. This is especially true if the electricity is produced with nuclear power, clean coal, or natural gas. EVs are also less expensive to fuel on a per mile basis. Electric cars, however, have a shorter driving range and are difficult to operate with long distance travel.

There are also some safety concerns associated with using a lithium-ion battery, as lithium is a highly reactive material prone to explosion

Do you think electric cars may become a viable alternative to gasoline-powered vehicles? What is the future of the electric car? Explain your answer especially in the context of KSA as Saudi Arabia is moving towards carbon free economy.

Given a business strategy of being the word leader in manufacturing electric cars with innovative technology, what operations and supply chain strategy do you think BYD should pursue? Identify what operations and supply chain should do to help BYD compete including a mission, objectives, distinctive competence, and key decisions.

Note: Go to the company website and answer the above questions. This is just an advice. You may surf net , company report, Saudi vision 2030 to answer the questions.

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The SOW 215 Current Developmental Issues [CDI] Paper focuses on human development over the life course. The finished paper Essay
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Write a current habit you have that impacts either your cognitive, emotional

Write a current habit you have that impacts either your cognitive, emotional or physical wellness. Specify the cue, routine, reward that you currently experience and what you seek to change. Look at the flow chart and identify an alternative routine, which would give you the same or comparable reward. Use the verbiage (which is on the flow chart) to write your plan.
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HOW TO CHANGE A HABIT DO YOU WANT TO CHANGE No Quit reading this flowchart. A HABIT? Yes THE HABIT YOU WANT TO CHANGE DIAGNOSE THE THREE PARTS OF THE HABIT THE CUE THE REWARD 3 THE ROUTINE When you feel the urge for your habit, ask yourself . . . What craving do you think Now that you have your habit is satisfying? identified the cue and reward, INSERT A NEW ROUTINE. What time is it? TEST THAT THEORY: Routine Where are you? Substitute another reward le., instead of eating a cookie. have a cup of coffee.) Choose an activity that is s the craving gone? by the old cue, Cue and delivers the old reward. Reward Who else is THAT’S WHAT around? YOU’RE REALLY N From Step 1 CRAVING. Substitute the opposite reward What did you Yes fi. e., instead of eating a cookie, just do? take a walk.) Is the craving gone? What emotion are No you feeling? Studies show that the easiest lement a new ONE OF THESE Keep experimenting until habit is to write a plan: THINGS IS THE CUE. you find something new that satisfies the urge. ook for which one stays the same every time you feel the urge. When I will CUE ROUTINE because From Step it provides me with REWARD from Step 2 Post this plan where you will see it. Try it for a week. ventually, studies say, the new behavior will become automatic.
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Research

This is like doing a research paper, only instead of paragraphs in word document, you put your material on a poster, with illustrations.
select a topic related to the course materials. Research it, learn about it.
formulate a RESEARCH QUESTION.
create a bibliography with at least 3 reliable sources.
Formulate you ANSWER TO THE RESEARCH QUESTION.
Develop YOUR OWN contribution to the topic. Your research project should not stop at listing other people’s ideas.
Lay out your findings on a poster. Use templates at https://www.posterpresentations.com/free-poster-templates.html or https://www.genigraphics.com/templates or https://www.makesigns.com/SciPosters_Templates.aspx ; see samples online, e.g. https://ugs.utexas.edu/our/poster and powerpoint templates. Posters should include “My research goal is…”, “the question that guided my research was…” and “The answer to my research questions is…”
You are evaluated based on the quality of research and professionalism of the poster. Grading rubric: quality of research question – 10; quality and diversity of sources – 30; your primary research – 20; the answer to your research question – 10, professionalism of the poster 20.
PRINT OUT YOUR POSTER — IT WILL COST $15-$20 AT WALGREENS OR FedEx
Some examples from last year are attached

Francisco Ramirez – Final Project
Google Slides

Shamaila Afreen, Power of Happiness
Google Slides

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you just have to edit the essay using the a feedback from my teacher. also i will send you the pictures of the story and resources. I cant upload file for some reasons. please let me know if you know how. if not, then i’ll just send the things in chat.

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Article 1
Write your response under each of the numbered areas. Do not delete or re-arrange the numbered items.
1). Problem to be addressed
2). Overall Findings
3). Conclusions
4). Limitations

Article 2
Write your response under each of the numbered areas. Do not delete or re-arrange the numbered items.
1). Problem to be addressed
2). Overall Findings
3). Conclusions
4). Limitations
Synthesize the information
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Psychology Question

The paper should focus on just building a program for adolescents to teach them mindful habits and exercises that focuses on managing depression and anxiety. Usually mindfulness is a therapy method but this program should introduce a seminar at schools to teach adolescents these habits. The program should aim to teach students these habits so that they can self-regulate and improve their mental health. Please design a program with the everything that is going to be done in this seminar. It should include who the seminar is for, what happens in the seminar, how long the seminar will run for, who will be responsible for teaching this and how they are qualified to do so, how you are going to measure the effectiveness of the seminar, how you are going to follow up. This is basically designing a seminar that has an unlimited budget and should be based on research. The seminar should reflect application of knowledge. Please provide a list of references that you use for the paper.
Please write with specific headings. 2700 words are required (Excluding references)

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project

The purpose of this assignment is to “consolidate” your learning in/from this course. The intent is for you to use this assignment to begin writing (or to consolidate) your research proposal. Your research proposal should include the following: 1) an explanation of the “problem” to be studied; 2) your research questions; 3) a review of the literature; 4) explanation of your choice of location, participants, etc. and the methods (strategies) to be applied in your study including your research question and the statistics you are using.
The proposal paper must follow APA format guidelines for professional writing and should be approximately 4-5 pages over and above your literature review paper that you turned in earlier in the semester (not including references).
Introduction
Introduction of your topic (Problem Statement)
Research Questions

Literature Chapter (earlier completed)
Methods (4-5 pages)
This section will include a description of the study participants, measures, analytic strategy, and anticipated limitations.
Design: Briefly explain the type of intervention you are proposing. How does this intervention address the issues that were raised by the needs assessment? You must justify your reasons for the intervention(s) you selected.
Sample: What is the population to be receiving your intervention? Identify the size of the sample, who is to be selected and
Evaluation and Data Collection: How will you evaluate your efforts regarding the intervention? If you are not using an existing instrument, attach the questions/data collect instrument that you will be using. The procedures, and rationale, for data collection are to be described. Explain why this data collection approach is appropriate for your research
Identify the instruments and the procedures for administering the If you plan on using existing instruments, identify your rationale for using those instruments, including a description of their psychometric characteristics.
Data Analysis: Identify how the data will be analyzed (t-test, ANOVA, multiple regression, simple correlation, simply examining percentages or averages).Create a table that shows research questions, the items used to answer this research question and the statistics used.

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10 Staffing Turnover Salha Alnuaimi Saudi Electronic University HCM 565: Healthcare Finance

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Staffing Turnover

Salha Alnuaimi

Saudi Electronic University

HCM 565: Healthcare Finance

Dr. Kaylarge Eloi

Nov. 27, 2021

Staffing Turnover

Investment in individuals is considered as an expensive affair for most organizations. However, a consideration of the employee turnover rates makes them be considered as a less expensive affair. Retaining of staff bear several benefits (Lim, Loo, & Lee, 2017). Within the healthcare industry, just as the other several industries, COVID-19 is putting so much strain on the employees in the industry. Owing to the strain, issues of burnout and Potential Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) become major concerns going forward (Hamed, Abd Elaziz & Ahmed, 2020). It is against this background that the paper seeks to expound on the financial issues relating to retaining staff and the ones linked with recruiting and training new staff whenever there is high staff turnover. There are also non-financial costs linked with losing personnel who have several years of experience working in the institution (Lee, 2018). The paper offers recommendations on what the institutions should do to avoid staffing turnover. The benefits linked with the adoption of the recommendations are also explained.

Financial Issues

Financial Repercussions of Retaining Staff when there is high Turnover

In most cases, the employees who affirm satisfaction are often likely to stay in an organization. Therefore, the organizations recording high retention rates register greater employee satisfaction and engagement. The cost of retaining a staff when an organization is facing high turnover rates is much lower. Each time a business replaces a salaried worker, they end up losing on the average salary for 6 to 9 months. This means that the cost of retaining staff is much lower than the cost of losing an employee due to employee turnover; for instance, a manager earning a salary of $120,000 a year that is approximately $60,000 to $90,000 salary that will be lost (Merhar, 2016). Hence, it is better to retain such an employee.

Training Costs and Employee Turnover

There are also financial issues faced by the organization in recruiting staff when there is a high Turnover. The financial cost will be approximately $60,000 to $90,000 for the managerial position (Merhar, 2016). Recruitment, in this case, will include hiring and training. The costs of the training staff are even much higher when a company is faced with serious concerns of employee turnover. In the last two to three years, the costs of training are that which is invested in the business and is estimated to be at 10% to 20% of the employee’s salary or even more (Merhar, 2016). The organizations with high turnover rates are losing future leaders and innovators.

Replacement Costs and Employee Turnover

The costs involved in the replacement of the employees are high and entail recruitment costs, hiring, and training. The cost of employee turnover remains very high as it is estimated that employees lose 1.5-2 times their salary. The cost is pegged on the level of seniority of a person. For the hourly workers, the cost is, on average, $1,500 for every worker (Heinz, 2020). Those occupying technical positions have the cost at 100-150 percent of their salary. At the high end, the c-suite turnover rates may be at 213 percent of the salary.

Non-Financial Costs Associated with Loss of Personnel

Apart from the financial costs of employee turnover, there exist non-financial costs.

Damage to Employer Brand

The first cost is the damage to the employer brand. All the companies have to deal with Turnover. The manner in which it is managed leads to a big difference in the way employees, partners, and the customers want (Belete, 2018). Whenever there is poorly managed Turnover can end stressing the employees and even impact the relationships with the clients and partners. The outcome is that when there is an increase in the rate of dissatisfaction, the turnover rates increases (Heinz, 2020). The brand ends up being dysfunctional. The outcome will be a reduction in the number of persons that are required for the positions to be filled. There is also an increase in the time of filling jobs and increase the cost of every hire. It is the worst instance and never occurs at night (Heinz, 2020). One may avoid it through comprehending and management the other costs of the staff turnover.

Loss of Valuable Knowledge and Relationships

The other non-financial cost is the loss of valuable knowledge and relationships. When an employee works in an organization, they build knowledge over a defined time (Heinz, 2020). The knowledge is usually unique and helpful to the company. For instance, when a company loses a sales team who is a key player and they end up losing the detailed knowledge that the employee had on the needs of the customers, the budgets, and contact preferences (Heinz, 2020). In case the customers feel that the team’s service has reduced after the employees leave, then the firm may lose business. For instance, in a manufacturing company, a senior line worker departing may imply that the company loses knowledge on the critical items of operations whenever maintenance may be required (Heinz, 2020). The knowledge loss may lead to costly production and emergency repairs if equipment breaks.

Loss of Personnel

The loss of personnel is a negative impact on team productivity (Heinz, 2020). In most cases, when one individual leaves a team, the team is affected in two ways. The first effect is the impact that the departed employee leaves, and the second one is the effect on the person responsible for finding and training a replacement (Zhang, 2016). Up to the time when the position remains vacant, the manager will have to focus on getting the appropriate person. When a new person is hired, the manager or even the top-performing team member will have to devote their time to training the new employees. The need to focus on hiring and training the new member is likely to affect the whole team as they pick up the former employees to work (Heinz, 2020). In instances where the team members have so much to deliver on, their level of engagement and effectiveness is seriously affected.

Stalled Out of Employee Development

Stalled out of employee development is a serious non-financial cost. The opportunity cost of frequent employee turnover is development. The managers whose role is to fill in positions and train the new hires may not have the latitude to keep up with succession planning, engage in cross-training and ensure the development of employees (Heinz, 2020). The outcome is negative feed on the hiring and development of existing workers and the team members.

Disruption of Team Dynamics

The Turnover is likely to disrupt the team dynamics. Therefore, the departure is likely to impact the way team works together (Merhar, 2016). Having a knowledge-sharing plan in place helps in the management of the expectations for productivity and development, and during hiring, the searches may be of help. It is also necessary for one to monitor the way an open spot impacts the team members at the individual level. The top performers are mostly affected by the Turnover (Merhar, 2016). The effect is because they are affected by teamwork and shared goals. Hence, they are likely to be impacted by leaving of the teammate. The other employees may also complain of the additional work assigned to them or the uncertainty that may arise when the open position is filled. Counteracting changes in the team’s attitude and ensuring that the top performers know you appreciate their work (Heinz, 2020).

Recommendations

In order to avoid such problems, there are a few recommendations put across. The first is to create and follow a defined succession plan for the team or department when in need. It is also necessary to make time for the junior staff so that they can get the required knowledge (Merhar, 2016). Within the organization, there is a need to prioritize sharing of information as a way of cross-training employees regarding other team members’ roles. Through building the culture of sharing knowledge and proper planning for the knowledge transfer, one ends up reducing the chances of turnover-related losses in an organization (Merhar, 2016).

It may never be very easy to avoid the reduction in team productivity after an employee leaves. Nonetheless, certain strategies can be put to help address the problem and ensure that issues of staffing turnover are reduced (Merhar, 2016). First, avoid a bad hire as it may be very costly as it is likely to lead to more Turnover and lost productivity. The second strategy is to determine the best way that the management may support a team up to the time that they get a qualified candidate. In case the position is just tactical, it is advisable to have somebody under temporary terms up to the right time when one is hired. It is also necessary to address the team on the redistribution of the responsibilities up to the time when one makes a new hire. This will need an emphasis on getting a person who is a good fit for the role and team. The process may be lengthy. Through the management of the team’s expectations and getting their input on the division of additional work, one can reduce the rate of being overwhelmed (Heinz, 2020).

Avoiding such problems in the future requires that the organization in charge gathers information from the people. Information gathering can be aided by existing interviews. Through the interviews, people get to understand why others left. It is also necessary to manage the complainers when others leave as a means of managing their attitudes (Lim, Loo, & Lee, 2017). This ensures that the venting of the individuals does not result in a contagious culture of negativity within the institution. Through the management of expectations, keeping communication open, and supporting a team, one reduces all the hidden costs of employee turnover and keeps persons right on track to achieve their goals (Lim, Loo, & Lee, 2017). The most important element is an assessment of the company’s culture. When the culture is assessed, individuals will be able to create a fun environment to ensure persons are satisfied (Lim, Loo, & Lee, 2017). The elements may include hosting parties, having friendly competitions, and celebrating wins.

Benefits of Strategies to Reduce Employee Turnover Rates

Several benefits accrue from the reduction of employee turnover rates. Reducing the Turnover lessens the costs of recruitment (Lim, Loo, & Lee, 2017). Usually, when a worker leaves a company, the company has to contend with meeting some costs of filling in the position. The actual recruitment cost is often dependent on many factors, including the salary level of the individuals, the position they occupy, the size of the base of candidates to be filled. For the specialized work, the cost of filling in the positions becomes costly. Some of the recruitment cost elements include employment advertising and search agency fees.

Productivity

One of the benefits of strategies to address the rising issues is productivity level and growth. Work productivity is often a factor that is arrived at by estimating the goods and services that employees may produce at a defined time. Usually, leaving the company for most of the employees affects the productivity level (Lim, Loo, & Lee, 2017). When the right strategies are employed, the productivity levels of the co-workers will be boosted. It implies that more time will be spent on work as opposed to discussing the departure of the other workers. The productivity levels will easily be sustained and improved in case the employee turnover is lower (Heinz, 2020).

Reduction in the Administrative Cost

The administrative costs will be lower when proper strategies are put in place. It implies that the organizations will be having a very stable workforce made up of long-tenured employees. Whenever the rate of Turnover is high, the administrative costs such as the paycheck discontinuance also become high (Merhar, 2016). A stable workforce will mean that there will be manageable healthcare service notifications, proper existing interviews, and the right employee orientation that will manage the costs.

Reduced Costs of Operations

Having lower Turnover also reduces the operations costs. For example, until a time when the organization fills in a vacant position, they may have to consider hiring outside employees (Merhar, 2016). A stable workforce means that the overtime costs are better managed and controlled as long as the staffing levels are adequate.

Conclusion

In conclusion, employee turnover comes with a significant share of financial concerns for an organization because of high costs in trying to retain the remaining employees, recruitment, and training of the new hires in an attempt to recover from the high turnover (Merhar, 2016) (Heinz, 2020). Moreover, non-financial costs related to staff turnover, including damage to employer brand, loss of valuable knowledge and relationships, loss of personnel, stalled out of employee development, and disruption of team dynamics (Lee, 2018). Unfortunately, employee turnover became a significant problem during the COVID-19 pandemic causing most organizations to suffer a significant financial blow threatening their stability (Hamed, Abd Elaziz & Ahmed, 2020). Therefore, organizations need to ensure that they take the necessary measures to avoid employee turnover and avoid its financial costs. Reducing turnover is also vital for organizations because it reduces recruitment costs, administrative costs, productivity, and the cost of operations (Merhar, 2016) (Heinz, 2020).

References

Belete, A. (2018). Turnover intention influencing factors of employees: an empirical work review. Journal of Entrepreneurship & Organization Management, 7(3), 1000253.

Hamed, R. A., Abd Elaziz, S. Y., & Ahmed, A. S. (2020). Prevalence and predictors of burnout syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety in nursing staff in various departments. Middle East Current Psychiatry, 27(1), 1-8.

Heinz, K. (2020). Dangers of Turnover: Battling Hidden Costs. Retrieved from https://builtin.com/recruiting/cost-of-turnover

Lee, S. (2018). Employee turnover and organizational performance in US federal agencies. The American Review of Public Administration, 48(6), 522-534.

Lim, A. J. P., Loo, J. T. K., & Lee, P. H. (2017). The impact of leadership on turnover intention: The mediating role of organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Journal of Applied Structural Equation Modeling, 1(1), 27-41.

Merhar, C. (2016). Employee Retention–The real cost of losing an employee. Zane Benefits Small Business Employee Benefits and HR Blog.

Zhang, Y. (2016). A review of employee turnover influence factor and countermeasure. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 4(2), 85-91.[supanova_question]

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Assignment 3

ECON201 (1st Term 2021-2022)

Deadline: 02/12/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Macroeconomics

Student’s Name:

Course Code: ECON201

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: I

CRN:

Academic Year: 1442/1443 H, 1st Term

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: / 5

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

This assignment is an individual assignment.

Due date for Assignment 3 is 2nd December 2021

The Assignment must be submitted only in WORD format via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes:

After completion of Assignment-3 students will able to understand the

LO 1.2: Describe how to evaluate macroeconomic conditions such as unemployment, inflation, and growth.

LO 1.3: Recognize the fundamental determinant’s of a nation’s long-run economic growth.

Assignment 3 Questions: Week 10 to Week 13: – [5 Marks]

Q1: You take $1000 that you held as currency and put it into the banking system. The

reserve ratio is equal to 10%. [1.5 Marks]

Calculate the money multiplier.

By how much will increase the total amount of deposits in the banking system?

By how much will increase the money supply?

Q2. (Labor Force, Labor Participation Rate and Unemployment Rate). [1.5 Marks]

In Year 1, country A has a labor force of 100, of whom 90 are employed. The remaining 50 people in the country are not in the labor force.

Calculate the employment ratio, the labor participation rate and unemployment rate.

Over the course of the year, 10% of the employed become unemployed, while 20% of the unemployed become employed; 5% of the employed leave the labor force, while 4% of those not in the labor force become employed. The population remains unchanged.

Fill in the following table. (Hint: It might be helpful to draw the flow diagram before answering.)

In Year 1

In Year 2

Population

150

150

Labor Force

100

Employed

Unemployed

Calculate the employment ratio, the labor participation rate and unemployment rate. (Fractions suffice.)

Q3. Assume that a bank has on its asset side reserves of 1000 and loans of 6000 and on

its liability side deposits of 7000. Assume that the required reserve ratio is 10

percent. [2 Marks]

1) How much is the bank required to hold as reserves given its deposits of 7000?

2) How much are its excess reserves?

3) By how much can the bank increase its loans?

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Sociology goals

Sociology goals. Sociology goals.

Paragraph 2-4: Next, you will choose THREE main concepts that you feel best describes the goals of sociology. Some examples could be social forces, culture, power, social structure, inequality/stratification or the sociological imagination. You may choose other main theories and/or ideas. In a separate paragraph for each chosen concepts, you will need to describe your three chosen concepts and provide analysis as to why they are essential to the discipline. If you need more paragraphs for each concept that is fine, but you should have a minimum of 3 topical paragraphs.Make sure you reference your text and/or lecture to support your theories and claims within the paper: proper citations are a must!Paragraph 5: You will need a nice conclusion paragraph to wrap things up.Other requirements:If you are using terms or concepts from the lecture or text make sure you provide proper citations (preferably ASA but APA is acceptable) Have a works cited or bibliographyAll essays must be typed, double spaced, and 12 pt font.

You will need to integrate additional terms, concepts, data, and theories to explain your chosen concepts.

All use of concepts, terms and definitions should be underlined or in bold.

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Assignment 3 Deadline: 4/12/2021 @ 23:59 Course Name: Organization Design & Development

Assignment 3

Deadline: 4/12/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Organization Design & Development

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT404

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: I

CRN:

Academic Year: 1443/1444 H

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade:

Level of Marks:

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Department of Business Administration

Organization Design and Development- MGT 404

Assignment 3

Marks: 5

Course Learning Outcomes:

Analyse the human, structural and strategic dimensions of the organizational development.

Assignment Instructions:

Login to Saudi Digital Library (SDL).

Search for the case study entitled as ‘Reorganizing the finance department: Managing change and transitions’ by Anderson, D. (2018). In SAGE Business Cases. SAGE Publications, Ltd.

Read the case thoroughly and make a summary alongside reading Chapter 12 in your textbook before answering the questions of the assignment.

Assignment Question(s):

Part 1 (3 marks):

1. What are the key reasons behind the reorganizing of the finance department in this foods company? (Words 150-200)

2. What do you think the major concerns will be of employees and managers in the new design? (Words 150-200)

3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a gradual versus a rapid transition? (Words 150-200)

Part 2 (2 marks):

4. Please refer to table 12.5 in Chapter 12 in p.352 of your textbook. Then, choose an example of an organization that uses a product-centric structure. Please justify and explain your answer. (Words 250-300)

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Ethics and Diversity in the Courts,

Sociology goals The legal system and field of psychology share many of the same ethical principles and guidelines. That being said, psychological ethics can sometimes be foreign or even misconstrued with ethical principles used by professionals who work in the courts. It is helpful to keep in mind that as a forensic psychology professional working in the courts, you are taking the tools of your trade and playing in someone else’s “sandbox.” That is, you have to adhere to your profession’s codes and guidelines while also adhering to those of the court system.In this Discussion, you focus on the application of forensic psychology ethics to the court system. Also, you examine ethical issues of diversity and their impact on forensic psychology in the courts.
To prepare for this Discussion:
Review Chapter 4 of your course text “ Psychological Evaluations for the Courts.” Pay particular attention to the ethical considerations forensic psychology professionals must consider when working with the courts. Also, think about ethical issues that might impact forensic psychology in the courts.
Review the American Psychological Association’s “ Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct,” and think about the ethical codes of conduct and how they relate to psychology in the courts. Consider how ethical codes of conduct and principles related to diversity impact forensic psychology in the courts.
Review the “Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychologists” from the Committee on Ethical Guidelines for Forensic Psychologists. Consider the specialty guidelines for forensic psychology professionals and how they might impact psychology in the courts.
Review the course media, “Chapter 4,” paying particular attention to the tips and considerations for ethical and legal testimony.
Select two ethical issues that impact forensic psychology in the courts. At least one issue must be related to diversity.
With these thoughts in mind:
By Day 4
Post a brief description of the two ethical issues you selected (one issue being related to diversity). Be specific and provide examples. Then explain how and why these issues impact forensic psychology in the courts.
Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources.

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Genetics

The controlled matting of organisms allowed for the basic patterns of inheritance to be deduced. Understanding patterns of inheritance was instrumental in developing the study of genetics and has grown from typing of physical traits (Phenotyping) to very complex molecular analysis of DNA.

Controlled matting experiments are highly dependent on the organism being studied. A simple cross using the nematode C. elegans can be performed in less than a week, while fruit files need months and corn requires 6-9 months!

Based on Mendel’s laws of inheritance, fairly complex genetic problem can be investigated with computer simulation to allow genetic experiments to be performed during a normal class period rather than months.

In this exercise you will use StarGenetics to simulate mating experiments with pea plants. The purpose is to analyze the nature and mode of the inheritance of specific genetic traits. Additionally, inferring genotypes from phenotypes will be investigated.

The genetics simulator we will use is found at https://star-genetics.surge.sh/ and should work in both Firefox and chrome

Watch the video on how to work with the simulator before doing the following.

Mendel’s Peas Exercise 1 Part 1

Start simulation

Navigate to https://star-genetics.surge.sh/

From the pulldown menu select “Mendel’s Peas Exercise 1 Part 1”

Which stock plants are pure breeding?

Identify which stock strains are pure breeding by performing a self-cross with each plant.

Pure breeding strains are ones that when self-crossed will produce the same phenotype in the next generation and only that phenotype.

You can self-cross each plant by selecting the plant twice to the matting site

Generate at least 80 progeny.

Record your observation and if it is pure breeding.

Strain Stock

Observed phenotype(s) and percentages

Is it pure breeding?

White parent

Purple Parent 1

Purple Parent 2

Which phenotype is dominate?

Determine the dominate phenotype by crossing White Parent with Purple Parent 1 and report the phenotype(s) of the F1

Observed Phenotype(s)

Number of individuals

What is the dominate phenotype?

What are the genotypes?

Based on the results you have collected so far what genotypes would you predict for the listed plants?

Phenotypes

Probable Genotypes

White Parent

Purple Parent 1

F1 progeny

Prediction of F2 Results

Based on the probable genotypes you recorded in the table above, what phenotype ratio would you predict for the F2 generation if you cross two F1 plants?

https://www.omnicalculator.com/health/punnett-square is a useful online Punnett square app.

Predicted phenotype ratio of the F2 if two F1s are crossed

What are the F2 phenotypes?

Cross two F1 plants and report the phenotypes, number of plants and phenotype ratio

Observed Phenotype(s)

Number of individuals

Observed %

Observed F2 ratio (dominate : recessive)

Did you observe the ratio you predicted?

If you did not observe the ratio you predicted, use the +more Progeny button to increase the sample size. Or if you are curious about changing the sample size, add more plants to the cross.

Record your updated information.

Observed Phenotype(s)

Number of individuals

Observed %

Updated F2 ratio (dominate : recessive)

Did you observe the ratio you predicted after adding more plants?

Why might your ratios vary between your initial data and the data from additional mattings vary?

Explanation of sample size issues

Based on the information collected what are the possible Genotypes for the F2 plants?

Phenotypes

Probable Genotypes

Test Cross

Dominate phenotypes can have multiple possible Genotypes. For example, Aa and AA will have the same phenotype as only one dominate allele is needed to express the phenotype.

In contract, a recessive phenotype must be aa!

A method to determine the genotype is to perform a test cross. This is where a plant with a dominate phenotype is crossed with a recessive one.

There are two possible outcomes in such a situation. Fill in the resulting genotypes for each Punnett square

Recessive plant

Recessive plant

Dominate

a

a

Dominate

a

a

A

A

A

a

Possible Genotypes that produce dominate phenotype

Possible phenotype ratio resulting from test cross

You will use the process of the test cross to identify the genotype of several dominate pea plants. Use the predictions you made above on who the test cross will work to make a conclusion about the plant’s genotypes.

Mendel’s Peas Exercise 1 – Part 2

From the pull-down menu, change the experiment to “Mendel’s Peas Exercise 1 – Part 2”

There are several plants in the strain stock region. Perform a test cross to determine the genotype of each purple plant.

Plant

Observed phenotype ratio when crossed with White plant

Genotype of Purple plant

Purple F2-A

Purple F2-B

Purple F2-C

Purple F2-D

Purple F2-E

Purple F2-F

Purple F2-G

Purple F2-H

Purple F2-I

Purple F2-J

Dihybrid Crosses

Mendel proposed the law of independent assortment where different traits do not affect the inheritance of each other. Be aware that examining two traits at once generates a more complex set of phenotype classes due to the possible combinations that can occur.

You will examine two traits, Pea color and Pea shape. The simulator tracks several traits but for this activity you’ll focus on just these two.

Rough Yellow Pea

Rough Yellow Pea

Plant B has rough yellow peas, and you can observe this in the image or by using the “show Phenotypes” button to see a list of the phenotypes. But remember it will also show you phenotypes for other traits that we are not interested in.

NOTE: IGNORE the pod color, pod shape, and flower color.

Parental Cross

From the pull-down menu select “Mendel’s Peas Guided Exercise”

Mate Plant A with Plant B

What observations can you make about the F1 progeny from this cross?

What phenotype is dominate for Seed Color and for Seed Shape?

Based on these results what genotypes would you predict for Plant A and Plant B?

Recall that you need different symbols for the two traits.

Plant

Probable Genotype for Seed Color

Probable Genotype for Seed shape

Plant A

Plant B

Based on your above results and your predictions for the parental Plant A and B, what genotype do you predict for the F1?

Plant

Probable Genotype for Seed Color

Probable Genotype for Seed shape

F1

Cross F1 to Generate F2

What Phenotype ratio would you predict for the F2 based on the F1 Probable Genotypes?

https://www.omnicalculator.com/health/punnett-square

Select an F1 plant and perform a self-cross with at least 200 progeny.

Examine ONLY the pea color and pea shape. And report the results in the table.

NOTE: You may have to use the green arrows to see all the plants.

NOTE: The simulator will have organized results based on ALL of the traits, so you will have to add together classes of phenotypes. See example below.

Phenotype observed for Pea Color and Shape

Number of individuals

Example data collection: Class 2 and Class 3 are both round and yellow seeds, so they are the same phenotype at the traits we are measuring. You would add the number of individuals in each class together (10+21) = 31 have round yellow seeds in this example.

What phenotype ratio did you observe?

Does it agree with your prediction? Why or why not? What might you do if the ratio is “close” to the prediction?

Complete the table below, remember some phenotypes will have multiple genotypes.

Phenotype observed for Seed Color and shape

Possible Genotypes for each phenotype

Explain at least two ways the genotypes predicted for each phenotype can be determined

Bonus Problem

Determine the Genotypes for Plant A and Plant B at the Pod Color and pod shape traits.

Pant

Genotype for Pod Color (Green/Yellow)

Genotype for Pod Shape (Inflated/wrinkled)

Plant A

Plant B

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In this sprint you will select the remaining user stories and create a sprint backlog document. Each user story should be broken down into multiple tasks and allocate time spent for each of these tasks over the duration of the sprint (typically for each day in the sprint). Typically, the user stories chosen for this sprint would be the functionality implemented of the system but we are not implementing the system so you will take half of your user stories and break them down into tasks and assign how much time spent on each task. The final sprint is meant to complete the remaining user stories and to summarize the entire process.
Tasks to do:
Create the sprint backlog that lists the remaining user stories that will be broken down into tasks and allocated time spent on this task each day of the sprint
In addition to the backlog you should create a burndown chart to show the rate of progress either via story points completed or hours burned during this sprint.
In addition you should create a burndown chart to show the rate of progress either via story points completed or hours burned during the entire project.
PFA of the user stories of online payment system
PFA of sprint backlog which has half of the user stories, For now to create sprint backlog please consider all the remaining user stories which are not in attached sprint backlog document
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Nursing Research Critique and Evidenced Based Practice Plan Paper Nursing Research Critique

Nursing Research Critique and Evidenced Based Practice Plan Paper

Nursing Research Critique and Evidenced Based Practice Plan Paper

There are two types of data collection when it comes to research studies. While they both provide an analysis of data, where they diverge is in the way that the data is collected. Quantitative data is usually numerical or measurable in some form, whereas qualitative data is based on non-numerical data. Qualitative research could involve interviews, focus groups, documents, personal accounts or papers, cultural records, or observation. Quantitative Research usually includes experiments, questionnaires, surveys, and database reports.

One of the factors distinguishing qualitative from quantitative studies is the nature of the intended outcome. Qualitative researchers seek to learn from details of the testimonies of those they are studying, also called their informants. In contrast, quantitative data are analyzed numerically to develop a statistical picture of a trend or connection (GCU, 2021). Quantitative Data is easy to collect and interpret, a cut and dry type of answer. Qualitative data is subjective and there is no one reality, but rather exists only in reference to the observer.

There are both pros and cons to each method of research. The time it takes to collect qualitative data is usually lengthy, takes place in a natural setting where social behavior can be observed, and requires expert knowledge and involvement by the researcher on the subject and must be done with care. This makes it more complex and costly which is typically why they don’t draw on a large scale of people for this type of research. However, because of close researcher involvement, the researcher gains an insider’s view of the field. This allows the researcher to find issues that are often missed (such as subtleties and complexities) by the scientific, more positivistic inquiries. (Mcleod, 2019). Quantitative data is less in-depth but contains information across a large number of cases.

As there are differences in the method of collection, so too are the general purposes for using one over the other. For example, qualitative data is more often used to gain better insight, understanding of phenomena, or be descriptive. Qualitative inquiry is often used for exploratory questions, such as “How?” or “Why?” questions.

In contrast, quantitative data is better suited when looking for evidence to establish a relationship of correlation or causation. Quantitative research aims to be more conclusive and pertain to larger populations, answering questions such as “What?”, “When?,” and “Where?”

In order to adequately answer the aforementioned questions of “What, how, when, where, and why,”, scientists and researchers must begin a formal process that includes observation, followed by a hypothesis. A hypothesis is a description of a pattern in nature or an explanation about some real-world phenomenon that can be tested through observation and experimentation. The most common way a hypothesis is used in scientific research is as a tentative, testable, and falsifiable statement that explains some observed phenomenon in nature

A good hypothesis narrows down the variables being studied, and can isolate and test the proposed potential relationship between the two. A rudimentary way of organizing a hypothesis is using the “If-and-then” type of format; where “If” briefly describes the setting, “then” is the application of an outside variable, and the “then” is a conclusion of the expected results.

In order to test the hypothesis, the researcher would need to conduct a study. Depending on what hypothesis the researcher is trying to investigate, they must consider what type of research method needs to be conducted. Qualitative and quantitative research are the most common approaches to gathering data. While both methods try to answer a hypothesis in some way, each method’s goal is different. The goal of using qualitative research is to describe a narrative about human behavior using descriptive data. However, the goal of using quantitative research is to find evidence of relationships between two or more subjects using primarily numerical data. An example of using qualitative research would be “…exploring the participant’s preference of coffee over tea, and feelings or mood one experiences after drinking this favorite hot beverage” (Rutberg & Bouikidis, 2018). This research question’s goal is to provide a narrative about a certain population of people’s preference and mood of a drink. An example of using quantitative research would be examining heart rate after drinking a caffeinated beverage (Rutberg & Bouikidis, 2018). This is different from a qualitative study because the goal is to look for relationships from two variables using numerical data (the patient’s bpm as the dependent variable).

Though a scientific hypothesis in a variety of ways, most hypotheses are either “If, then” statements or, alternatively forms of the null hypothesis. The null hypothesis sometimes is called the “no difference” hypothesis. The null hypothesis is good for experimentation because it is simple to disprove. If you disprove a null hypothesis. that is evidence for a relationship between the variables you are examining. The relationships between the two variables can be described by qualitative and quantitative results, however, with respect to scientific research and evidence based practice, it is the numerical quantitative data the forms the statistical information used to make inferences, relationships, correlation and causation.

References

GCU. (2021, May 20). What Is Qualitative vs. Quantitative Study?

https://www.gcu.edu/blog/doctoral-journey/what-qualitative-vs-quantitative-study

Mcleod, S. (2019, July 30). What’s the difference between qualitative and quantitative

research? Simply Psychology. https://www.simplypsychology.org/qualitative-quantitative.html

Rutberg, S., & Bouikidis, C. D. (2018). Focusing on the fundamentals: a simplistic differentiation between qualitative and quantitative research. Nephrology Nursing Journal, 45(2), 209–213.

Part I – Article Selection (Group Assignment 4 or 3 students per group see group assignment listed)

Ø Submit a 2 page document describing the difference between quantitative and qualitative research, include 2 scholarly references.

AND

Select a quantitative nursing research article from the approved list provided that you would be interested in using for your critique paper. Submit the article citation you have chosen, attach a copy of the complete article, as well as, the short paper described above in the dropbox for Part 1.

Ø Follow the guidelines for Format and Style of the Paper found on the “Research Article Critique and EBP Plan Paper Grading Criteria” found below.

Group Research Article Critique and Evidenced Based Plan (EBP) Paper Grading Rubric

Part I – Quantitative Article Selection

Exemplary (5 pts)

Satisfactory (2.5 pt)

Unsatisfactory (0 pts)

Sub Total = 5 points

2 pages explaining the difference between quantitative and qualitative research, including 2 scholarly references to support your statements

AND

Submission of your choses article from the list and list the reference the article using APA Format.

Week Two Learning Activity Research Articles To Choose From:

2014_Townsend-A Comparison of Still Point Induction to Massage Therapy in Reducing Pain and Increasing Comfort in Chronic Pain[1].pdf

2015_Genrich-Evidence based trauma protocol article[1].pdf

2016_Giuliano-The Relationship Between Nurse Staffing and 30-Day Readmission for Adults With Heart Failure.pdf

2016_Johnson-The effectiveness of nurse-delivered aromatherapy in an acute care setting.pdf

2016_Lindsey-Improving Awareness, Identification, and Management of Sarcopenic Obesity in Cancer Survivors- An Evidence-Based Toolbox.pdf

2016_Russell_Perceptions of Burnout, Its Prevention, and Its Effect on Patient Care as Described by Oncology Nurses in the Hospital Setting.pdf

2017_Phung et al_Animal assisted therapy for inpatient adults.pdf

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Assignment-3

MGT322 – Logistics Management

Deadline: 04/12/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Logistics Management

Student’s Name:

Course Code: MGT322

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: 1

CRN:

Academic Year: 1443/1444 H

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade: Marks Obtained/Out of

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Logistics Management

ASSIGNMENT -3

Submission Date by students: Before the end of Week- 13th

Place of Submission: Students Grade Centre

Weight: 05 Marks

Learning Outcome:

Illustrate the concepts of logistic system operations used in logistic systems, time based management and lean thinking.

Interpret the use advanced theory and methods to identify inefficiencies in supply chains

Assignment Workload:

This assignment is an individual assignment.

Critical Thinking

The purpose of this assignment is to identify and apply Logistics and Supply Chain Management concepts/tools to suggest logistics performance priorities.

Use Saudi digital Library (SDL) search engine.

Search Title: THE BENEFITS OF LEAN MANUFACTURING what lean thinking offers the process Industries

Authors Name: Melton,T

Source: In 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering Research and Design June 2005 83(6):662-673

Read out the research paper carefully and based on your understanding you should answer the following questions.

Questions:

Why Manufacturing Companies focuses on Lean Thinking? (1.5 Marks)

What do understand by the term overproduction? Why it consider as the biggest waste of all? (1.5 Marks)

Assess the reasons for using lean thinking. What are the benefits from Suppliers to end users? (1.5 Marks)

References (0.5 Marks)

The Answer must follow the outline points below:

Each answer should be 400 to 500 range of word counts.

Lean Thinking Concept

Their Main functions

Reasons with suitable Examples

Reference

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Media Analysis Paper Guidelines Student Learning Outcomes: Examine relationship processes and theories

Media Analysis Paper Guidelines

Student Learning Outcomes:

Examine relationship processes and theories and apply them to different relationship types

Analyze personal communication behaviors and develop a skill set to become a competent communicator

Assignment Overview

To demonstrate that you understand and are able to apply the concepts we have learned thus far, you will pick one TV series from the below list, watch at least one episode (or more if needed), and then write a paper demonstrating your knowledge. This provides a way for you to observe and analyze the various types of interpersonal relationships and the theories of others’ behaviors when in those relationships. Please do not include characters/examples from more than one TV series. For example, if you choose to watch Parenthood, all of the examples you include in your paper should be from that show. You can, however, pick which (and how many) episodes from Parenthood you want to use/discuss.

If you haven’t already done so, please review the video instructions for this assignment as well. Plain text URL:  https://use.vg/Cncwy3

Approved Television Series (select only one to write about in this paper):

This Is Us – available at This Is Us (opens in new window).

Plain text: https://www.nbc.com/this-is-us?nbc=1

Chicago Fire – available at Chicago Fire (opens in new window)

Plain text: https://www.nbc.com/chicago-fire/episodes

Parenthood – available on Hulu or (for free) on Peacock

Assignment Directions

You will need to apply the terms and concepts covered in our textbook to the characters and relationships in the TV show you choose to view. Please include the following (as well as the items listed on the rubric) and use the following format:

Introduction: Discuss the thesis of the paper and preview the main points you will cover in the body of the paper. (Please also identify the TV show you’ve chosen to analyze.) Hint: If you need help identifying the thesis of the paper, consider the purpose of the assignment and create a statement focusing on what you hope to demonstrate about the presence of interpersonal communication in all relationships, by analyzing relationships both on TV and in real life.

Body:

Nonverbal Messages: Chapter 7 discusses the many ways that we communicate nonverbally. Define and discuss at least one type of nonverbal message from the text and discuss how it is important to the communication you observe between two characters in the video you choose to watch. How do the characters’ nonverbal messages impact or reflect the tone and climate of the relationship in that particular scene? (Be sure to use specific class terms and provide specific examples from the video.)

Types of Listening: Chapter 8 focuses on listening. We know that listening is important in any interpersonal relationship. Consider the Types of Listening Responses discussed on pages 220-235. Identify at least one type of response you observe in the video, define it, and then discuss how it is being enacted by a character in the video. Do you think this was the correct listening response for this character? Did it help or hurt the situation? If it was an appropriate listening response, discuss how it helped the situation. If it was inappropriate, what could they have done differently. (Be sure to use specific class terms and provide specific examples from the video.)

Types of Love/ Friendship: Chapter 11 discusses both romantic love and friendship.

Identify a “couple” (they can be friends or love interests) from your show and EITHER 1) Consider the Types of Friendship listed on pages 305-306 and identify at least one type of friendship you observe; OR 2) Consider the sevenTypes of Love illustrated in figure 11.3 and identify at least one type of love you observe. Explain why you think that couple meets the criteria for that type of love/friendship. (Be sure to use specific class terms and provide specific examples from the video.)

Personal Application of Listening/ Nonverbal Messages: Consider a time someone in your life used an effective nonverbal message OR an appropriate listening response toward you. Briefly describe the situation and explain how their use of either the nonverbal message or listening response helped the situation. (Be sure to define any class terms and use specific examples from your own life.)

Personal Application of Types of Friendship/ Love: Identify at least one Type of Friendship OR Type of Love that is prominent in your life. Briefly describe the relationship and explain how you think a specific type of friendship or love you learned about in class accurately reflects the relationship.

Conclusion: Review the theme of the paper and summarize the main points you covered in the body of the paper.

Additional Guidelines

Be sure to use specific terminology from class throughout the paper.

Be sure to include specific examples, using characters’ names, throughout the paper.

Focus your paper on describing observable behaviors of individuals rather than relaying a synopsis of the show, plot, etc. In addition, avoid giving general examples of the characters’ relationships over time. Stick with specific examples from the episode(s) you choose to view.

It is fine to look up the general plot of the show online if you are not familiar with it. Several of them span many seasons and it might be helpful to get the gist of the show. However, you should avoid researching specific communication themes in the show, as the information you find will not fulfill the requirements of the assignment and it may lead to plagiarism.

Please designate a separate, labeled, paragraph for each item listed on the rubric. (This is not required, but there will be a deduction if the paper isn’t clearly organized and using headings will help make sure you cover the required material in each paragraph.)

Source citations: In the body of the paper, please include the episode season and title for each example you provide. (If you use the same episode for multiple questions you only need to reference it one time.) In addition, please reference the page number (in parentheses) when you reference a term from the textbook. You do NOT need to create a separate works cited for the textbook or videos at the end of the paper.

Example citation, “The text describes ‘empathizing’ as a response that is appropriate when the listener wants to demonstrate that they identify with the speaker.” (Adler 226)

The paper should be approximately three pages (double spaced) in essay form and should follow the Assignment Guidelines listed in the course syllabus.

Grading

The paper is worth 100 points and counts as 10%of your grade in this class.

The attached rubric will be used to grade the paper.

Media Analysis Paper Rubric

Table 1 Media Analysis Scoring Rubric

Criteria

Points Possible

Points Earned

Included traditional essay introduction previewing the key concepts discussed in your paper

10

Included specific examples, textbook concepts/terms and a discussion of at least 1 Type of Nonverbal Message observed

15

Included specific examples, textbook concepts/terms and a discussion of at least 1 Type of Listening Response observed

15

Included specific examples, textbook concepts/terms and a discussion of at least 1 Type of Friendship OR Love observed

30

Identified an effective use of a Nonverbal Message or Listening Response that you have used effectively in your life (and provided specific examples)

10

Identified a Type of Friendship and/or Type of Love that is present in your life (and provided specific examples)

10

Included traditional essay conclusion summarizing the key concepts of the paper

10

Total Points

100

Deductions (see below Penalties)

Final Grade

Table 2 Penalties

Penalty

Possible Number of Points Deducted

Penalty Points Applied

Incorrect formatting (MLA, Header, Times New Roman, 12-pt font, 1-inch margins, double-spaced)

Up to 10 pts

Failure to correctly cite sources throughout the paper

Up to 15 points

Typos/grammatical errors

Up to 10 pts

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1)G-Sync in comparison to FreeSync(add 3-5 sentences recommending AMD what they should do) The various synchronization enhancements from NVIDIA and AMD are aimed to eliminate screen tearing during ongoing contact. When the GPU’s result is confused with the revive rate of the showcase, screen tearing occurs. The correspondence between the GPU and the screen works as follows: on the off chance that the screen refreshes at 60 frames per second, the GPU must send 60 frames (same for 120Hz, 144Hz, etc.). Generally, the issue occurs when the GPU cannot generate the requisite casings, resulting in screen tearing. The versatile sync innovation utilizes the GPU to successfully adjust the rate at which the screen is energized based on the number of edges given. These are enhancements in NVIDIA and AMD’s flexible synchronization technology aimed at eliminating screen tearing during interactivity. When the GPU’s result conflicts with the showcase’s refresh rate, screen tearing occurs. The fundamental relationship between the GPU and the screen is as follows: if the screen refreshes at 60 frames per second, the GPU must send 60 casings (same for 120Hz, 144Hz, etc.). Generally, the issue occurs when the GPU cannot generate the right edges, resulting in screen tearing. The versatile sync innovation uses the GPU to adjust the screen’s refresh rate appropriately, depending on the casings used. By the way, G-Sync has a superior solution for dealing with the GPU generating so many cases. It will synchronize the GPU’s edge rate to the screen’s breaking point. When in-game VSync is off, FreeSync enables the GPU to deliver additional edges. This may result in screen tearing but also reduce information slack. The primary issue that separates the local region is that not all NVIDIA cards are compatible with FreeSync displays, just as not all AMD cards are compatible with G-Sync displays. While this is being addressed, the truth remains that you should verify to ensure the screen works appropriately with the GPU. While both sides have their advantages and disadvantages when it comes to adaptable sync innovation, the fact that FreeSync is more readily accessible ultimately wins AMD the point here.
2)AMD vs. NVIDIA: Software and Drivers (add 3-5 sentences recommending AMD what they should do) The reality is that superior equipment necessitates superior programming. Drivers are programs that regulate how a particular device (such as a GPU) communicates with the CPU. It enables the product to operate the equipment it controls, as expected, without requiring the product to regulate every aspect of how that particular element operates.
As previously stated, AMD’s RX 5000 series flopped upon launch, with driver difficulties resulting in dark screens and crashes (Walton, 2020). Surprisingly, this issue persists despite the efforts of newer drivers to resolve it. NVIDIA’s problems are equally dangerous, as they are generally more subtle and challenging to detect along these lines. AMD has fundamentally increased the capabilities of its drivers with its regular Radeon Adrenalin upgrades. The 2020 model is said to deliver a significant 12 percent improvement over the 2019 model. AMD also makes a concerted effort to improve things and updates their drivers via a single piece of software. They have maintained a schedule of substantial delivery at least once a month. AMD’s most significant shortcoming is their products’ recurrent difficulties, which take up a significant portion of the day to resolve. NVIDIA’s driver update strategy is divided into two separate applications for controlling their equipment. Their NVIDIA Control Panel enables the configuration of viewpoints such as 3D settings and display objectives. GeForce Experience is in charge of game enhancements, driver upgrades, and other special features (Walton, 2020).
For almost a decade, the NVIDIA Control Panel has remained unchanged in terms of UX and UI. The strategy is out of date, and it is occasionally outrageously lax. While GeForce Experience sounds like a fantastic idea, it is not what clients expected. Clients must sign in to access accessible aspects such as scheduled driver refreshes, recording, and FPS counter. GE is seen as bloatware by some. In comparison, Radeon Software is far faster, undeniably more natural, requires no record, and includes other essential features such as Radeon Chill, Radeon Boost, manual and programmed overclocking, undervolting, and manual fan bend. Finally, while AMD has some drawbacks, the professional ease with which their product operates earns them a point in this group.
3)AMD versus NVIDIA: Power Consumption and Efficiency (add 3-5 sentences recommending AMD what they should do) When AMD introduced Navi and announced their bet on TSMC’s 7nm FinFET manufacturing, they almost certainly believed this remarkable half-per-watt performance would close the proficiency gap. Unfortunately, this was not the case: Navi failed to outperform more established NVIDIA GPUs built on the TSMC’s last-generation 12nm node. AMD’s future appears brighter, as its RDNA 2 cards included the option of performing another half redesign over RDNA. This is not a hugely contrasting statement. NVIDIA’s RTX 3090 is a force to be reckoned with in the spectacular presentation spectrum, with only the RX 6900 XT coming close (Walton, 2020). While it is plausible to assume that the RX 6800 XT consumes less power than the RTX 3090, this ignores the fact that the latter is just a superior GPU. This flip occurs in the midrange range, where the RTX 3070 is the superior entertainer, albeit by a bit of margin. Because that edge is quite similar in execution, it is impossible to declare this a win for NVIDIA. Currently, NVIDIA is essentially the superior performer in the budget class, and there is little room for debate here. Both organizations are in the process of updating their spending plan cards to reflect their most recent ages, which means that this section may require an update shortly. NVIDIA has been edging out AMD in the exhibition per-watt measure throughout the majority of their recent ages, but also for the last few. While AMD is catching up, it should be concerned about NVIDIA’s skill with legacy lithography.
Score in absolute terms: AMD NVIDIA – 4 AMD vs. NVIDIA: What’s the Difference? Dollar Amount While most gamers are looking for high-level performance in their GPUs, and the cost should also be considered. As previously discussed, there are three fundamental cost and execution classes. NVIDIA has a slight advantage in the fantastic value range execution insightful; however, that advantage is gradually closing as AMD’s RX 6900 XT approaches the RTX 3090 while costing a complete $500 less. If the level drops to the point where the RX 6800 XT is $50 less expensive than the RTX 3080, it would not be absurd to assert that it is the superior pick.
Nonetheless, due to the RTX 3080’s superior Beam following execution, it’s impossible to definitively state that either is superior (Thomas, 2020). As a result of the value contrast, assume AMD has a slight advantage in this part. By lowering the bar to the medium-reach market, the situation becomes more apparent. While the RX 6800 is more expensive than the RTX 3070, it is also a unique card, and its price is justified. Nonetheless, because the issue is one of dollar value, there is a sense that the two cards function adequately at their respective costs so that it will be considered a tie ad one. Although the connections appear to be evenly distributed, the exhibition on a monetary basis favors AMD, which is why they make the point this time. Bear in mind that this was a neighboring contest.

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College of Administrative and Financial Sciences Assignment – 3 Project Management (MGT323)

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

Assignment – 3

Project Management (MGT323)

Deadline: 04/12/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Project Management

Student’s Name:

Course Code:MGT323

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: I

CRN:

Academic Year:2021-22, I Term

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name:

Students’ Grade:

Marks Obtained/Out of 5

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and APA style referencing guidelines.

Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook and at least three to five peer-reviewed journal articles unless the assignment calls for more.

You are advised to use Saudi Digital Library (SDL) to access academic references.

It is strongly encouraged that you submit all assignments into the safe assignment Originality Check prior to submitting it to your instructor for grading.

Assignment Workload:

This Assignment comprise of a Case Study.

Assignment is to be submitted by each student individually.

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes:

After completion of Assignment-3 students will able to understand the

Defining the concepts, theories and approaches of project management. (L.O- 1.1)

Analyze to work effectively and efficiently as a team member for project related cases. (L.O-3.1)

Evaluate to monitor and control the project. (L.O-3.2)

Assignment-3-Case Study

Assignment Question: (Marks 5)

Please read the Case-10.1 “The Blue Sky Project.” from Chapter 10 “Being an Effective Project Manager” given in your textbook – Project Management: The Managerial Process 8th edition by Larson and Gray page no: 384 also refer to specific concepts you have learned from the chapter to support your answers. Answer the following questions with 500 Words limit.

If you were Garth, how would you respond to the director? (1.5 Marks)

What mistakes did Garth make? (1.5 Marks)

What are the lessons to be learned from this case? Based on specific concepts from the chapter give your opinion. (2 Marks)

Answers:

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Chapter 32 1. What were the main characteristics of Roosevelt’s foreign policy

Chapter 32

1. What were the main characteristics of Roosevelt’s foreign policy and why was the American public bent on isolationism during the 1930s?

2. What were the steps that America took to try to remain neutral as Europe headed into World War II?

3. Describe the fierce debates between internationalists and isolationists, especially from 1939 to 1941.

4. In December 1937 Japanese aviators bombed and sank an American gunboat, the Punay, in Chinese waters. How was America’s response to this incident different than when the U.S.S. Main went down in 1898 in the Cuban harbor of

Havana?

5· Examine the rise of Mussolini, Hitler, and the Japanese militarists. Consider why Americans were appalled by their doctrines, even if they did not want to fight them. (See boxed quotes on pages 774 and 777.)

6. Watch Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator (1940). Discuss the imagery and symbolism in the movie—what was Chaplin’s purpose of satirizing Adolph Hitler? Was it effective? Why do you think the movie was so controversial? imagery and symbolism in the movie—what was Chaplin’s purpose of satirizing Adolph Hitler? Was it effective? Why do you think the movie was so controversial?

7. What steps did Germany and Japan take to lead America into the European conflict?

8. Instigated by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels, what happened on November 9, 1938, “the night of broken glass”? What does it tell us about life for the Jews in Germany?

Week 9

1. How did America transform from a peacetime to a wartime economy? What were the steps that America took to mobilize for war with the Axis powers?

2. What was the impact of the war on domestic America?

3. What was America’s strategy for winning the war against the Axis powers?

4. What turned the tide of the war in the Pacific for American troops?

5. How did World War II end, and what were the terms of settlement?

6. How did America’s domestic response to World War II differ from its reaction to World War I?

7. What was the wisest strategic decision in World War II, and what was the most questionable?

8. How were the European and Pacific theaters similar, and how were they different? (See boxed quote on page 803.)

9. What was the significance of the dropping of the atomic bomb, then and now? (See boxed quote on page 813.)

10. What did President Roosevelt claim in 1944 would be the result of WWII at home regarding race relations?

11. How did the black soldier see his experience during the war?

12. Should the World War II internment experience be seen as the most significant event in the Japanese-American experience? How did it affect those who lived through it and their descendants?

Gar Alperovitz, Atomic Diplomacy (rev. ed., 1985).

A view of the atomic bomb as aimed at Russia rather than Japan:

“The decision to use the weapon did not derive from overriding military considerations.… Before the atomic bomb was dropped each of the Joint Chiefs of Staff advised that it was highly likely that Japan could be forced to surrender ‘unconditionally,’ without use of the bomb and without an invasion.…Unquestionably, political considerations related to Russia played a major role in the decision; from at least mid-May American policy makers hoped to end the hostilities before the Red Army entered Manchuria.… A combat demonstration was needed to convince the Russians to accept the American plan for a stable peace.”

Martin Sherwin, A World Destroyed (1975).

A view of the atomic bomb as primarily aimed at Japan:

“Caught between the remnants of war and the uncertainties of peace, policymakers and scientists were trapped by their own unquestioned assumptions.… The secret development of this terrible weapon, during a war fought for a total victory, created a logic of its own: a quest for a total solution of a set of related problems that appeared incapable of being resolved incrementally.… As Szilard first suggested in January 1944, the bomb might provide its own solution.… The decision to use the bomb to end the war could no longer be distinguished from the desire to use it to stabilize the peace.”

13. Assess the validity of the claim that the dropping of the bombs on Japan was not so much an attempt to end the war against the Japanese, as it was “the first salvo in the emerging Cold War.”

14. What does each of these historians see as American officials’ thinking about the relationship between the bomb and the ending of the war against Japan? What does each regard as the primary reason for the use of the bomb?

15. What conclusions might be drawn from each of these views about the political and moral justifications for dropping the bomb? Could the use of the atomic bombs have been avoided?

Week 10

1. Was the primary threat from the Soviet Union military or ideological—that is, was the danger that the Soviet army would invade Western Europe or that more and more people in Europe and elsewhere would be attracted to communist ideas? (See boxed quotes on pages 825, 826, 832, and 842.)

2. Were there any legitimate concerns behind the red-hunting anticommunism of the late 1940s and early 1950s? How were McCarthy and others able to turn the search for spies and subversives into an assault on freethinkers, adulterers, homosexuals, and others deemed different in some way? (See boxed quote on page 839.)

3. Was Truman right to fire MacArthur when and how he did? What would have happened if MacArthur had gotten his way and expanded the conflict with the Chinese?

4. Which development caused the greatest change in American society in the immediate postwar years: increased affluence, the migration to the suburbs, the entry of women into the workforce, or the baby boom? Explain.

Chapter 35

1. Was Eisenhower’s seeming caution and inactivity a lack of vigorous leadership or wise prudence in the exercise of power? (See boxed quote on page 871.)

2. Was the 1950s a time of American triumph abroad and affluence at home, or was it a period that actually suppressed many problems of race, women’s roles, and cultural conformity? (See boxed quotes on pages 859 and 860 as well as section Examining the Evidence on page 855.)

3. Which writers and artists best expressed the concerns of American culture in the 1950s? (See boxed quotes on pages 872 and 873.) Was there a connection between the rise of pop-culture figures such as Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe and the changes in art and writing (such as the Beats and the new southern writers)?

4. What benefits did African Americans gain from their migration north and west, and what problems did they still have?

5. How did the Brown decision and the confrontation in Little Rock set the stage for the civil rights movement of the 1950s?

6. After watching “The Murder of Emmett Till” discuss how his murder was a galvanizing moment for civil rights activists.

Week 11

1. Was the nonviolent civil rights movement of the 1960s a success? Why or why not? Can it be argued that the violent protests of the civil rights movement were more successful than the nonviolent protests?

2. What were the causes of the Vietnam War?

3. Was America justified going into Vietnam? What if the Communist countries invaded a country to “contain the spread of Democracy,” would this be justified? What is the difference between the two situations?

4. Were the cultural upheavals of the 1960s a result of the political crisis, or were developments like the sexual revolution and the student revolts inevitable results of affluence and the baby boom? (See section Thinking Globally on pages 898-899.)

Chapter 37

1. Could any of Nixon’s achievements in office compensate for his Watergate crimes? What should history say about the Nixon presidency?

2. What were the short- and long-term consequences of the communists’ victory in Vietnam? How do these affect an assessment of the war? What could America have done differently to win the war in Vietnam?

3. What were the consequences of America’s new economic vulnerability? How did it affect politics at home and abroad during the 1970s? (See boxed quotes on pages 928 and 931 and section Thinking Globally on pages 918–919.)

4. What were the major challenges faced by the Carter administration, both foreign and domestic?

1. To what extent was Reagan’s election an endorsement of his conservative ideology, and to what extent was it a repudiation of the perceived failures of federal government policies in the stalemated 1970s?

2. In what ways might the 1980s and early 1990s be compared with the 1920s in economic, social, and foreign policies? Did the economic boom of each period represent a genuine revival of American innovation, or was it fundamentally marred by the growing gap between rich and poor? (See boxed quote on page 950.)

3. What were the successes and failures of American foreign policy in the post–Cold War era? Was the use of American military power in the Persian Gulf War and the Balkans a model for how American power could be effectively brought to bear, or did it demonstrate the limits of even the sole superpower’s ability to resolve regional conflicts?

4. What was the real cause of the end of the Cold War? Did America win the Cold War, or did the Soviets lose the Cold War? Is there a difference? (See boxed quotes on page 953.)

5. Compare and contrast the rise of the Moral Majority in the 1980s with that of the Beats of the 1950s and the Hippies of the 1960s and 1970s. What commonalities do they have with each other?

6. How should history view the presidency of Ronald Reagan? Was he a great, good, fair, or bad president and why?

CONTENDING VOICES: MARGARET THATCHER VS. MIKHAIL GORBACHEV Page 954

7. What did Thatcher argue in 1995 had been the key factor that caused the end of the nuclear arms race and the eventual end of the Cold War?

8. What did Gorbachey argue in 1995 had been the “decisive factor” that caused the end of the Cold War?

9. With whom do you agree? Why?

Week 13

1. What were the successes and failures of George W. Bush’s administration? How did these influence the election of 2008?

2. How did the attack of 9/11 affect the country?

3. What changes have taken place for groups such as Hispanics and other minorities to alter the American scene?

4. How has immigration influenced policies and practices of America?

5. What were the successes and failures of Barack Obama’s administration?

6. What are the major issues that Americans will have to face as they move further into the twenty-first century?

7. How has the Supreme Court and Congress responded to issues of civil liberties in recent years?

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All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism). The Assignment must be submitted in (WORD format only). Use 2 to 4 References and write it in the last page by APA style. I want new words, No plagiarism “Please make it 0% percentage (we want put it the solution with the Cove page?)
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Sociology goals

Sociology goals

Observe two people in a conversation from a distance – you should not be able to hear what they’re saying.

Observe two people in a conversation from a distance – you should not be able to hear what they’re saying.. Observe two people in a conversation from a distance – you should not be able to hear what they’re saying..

Observe two people in a conversation from a distance – you should not be able to hear what they’re saying. Make sure you are in a public place and the people you are watching do not know you are observing them. Watch the two individuals as they converse or interact for about five to ten minutes and make note of their artifactual communication, kinesics (gestures, body movements and posture), affect display — facial expressions/emotional expressions, eye movements, proxemic (distance), and haptics – touch communication (or lack of it). From your observations write a short two page – about 600 words — descriptive essay about the nonverbal communication and the nature of the relationship that you observe. The essay must have an introduction, body, and conclusion. Explain your choices. Be sure to integrate and underline at least five book terms from the chapter on nonverbal communication – use some of the terms I underlined in this paragraph – 10 points will automatically be deducted if the book terms are not incorporated into the essay – not listed, but actually used correctly to describe part of the observation.

The following questions should be answered within your essay:

1. What is the communication context? Describe the location, time of day, clothes each is wearing, gender of each, estimated age of each person, and any other relevant information to set up the observation.

2. What does the nonverbal communication of the individuals reveal to you? Give examples.

3. What is the relationship between the two people? What makes you think so?

4. Is there a more dominant member of the pair? What makes you think so?

5. What is the emotional state of the two persons? Why do you think so?

6. What have you learned as a result of this assignment? Is this useful?

7. Should have a general introductory paragraph before describing conversation and at the end, a separate conclusion paragraph that wraps up whole essay

The following are NOT ‘book terms:

Eye Contact​​​Eye Movements​​Nonverbal Communication

Facial Expressions​​Dominance​​​Submissive

Appearance​​​Body Language​​Posture

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*I only want a person WHO HAS READ THIS novel before* *YOU HAVE TO FULLY UNDERSTAND THIS NOVEL* Please read the instruction carefully that attached file and work on it. If you do not complete the assignment correctly the payment will not be released and you will be given the opportunity to fix it. and NO PLAGIARIM!![supanova_question]

Case Study: – Case: Delta / United Please read the case “Delta

Observe two people in a conversation from a distance – you should not be able to hear what they’re saying. Case Study: –

Case: Delta / United

Please read the case “Delta / United” from Chapter 16 “ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE” Page: – 533 given in your textbook – Organizational behaviour: Improving performance and commitment in the workplace (6th ed). by Colquitt, J. A., LePine, J. A., & Wesson, M. J. (2019) and Answer the following Questions:

Assignment Question(s):

1. Why is an organization’s culture perhaps the most evident during crisis situations? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 150-200)

2. What causes companies like Delta and United to become so different in regard to organizational culture? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 150-200)

3. What will it take for United to overcome its culture that has been built up over such a long period of time? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 200)

4. Have you or a family member worked for an organization that you would consider to have a strong culture? If so, what made the culture strong? Did you or they enjoy working there? What do you think led to that conclusion? (1.25 Marks ) (Min words 200-300)

Important Note: – Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook and at least two scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles.

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Influences on Innovations and their Success Strategic issues Strategic choices – Although

Influences on Innovations and their Success

Strategic issues

Strategic choices – Although your textbook author describes innovation as essential to organizational survival, note that companies must make strategic choices regarding the extent to which they want to innovate. Product innovations cost a lot in terms of time and money and they often fail to achieve commercial success; companies with a cost leadership strategy may be better off doing little innovation (other than innovations that streamline their processes or cut administrative costs).

Slack resources – Because innovation requires a lot of investment of time and money, firms need to have “slack” (extra) resources available. You can’t expect a lot of innovation if your company is understaffed or isn’t willing to risk throwing away some money. The company that wants to do a lot of innovation is likely to need to charge more for their products/ services.

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Firm financial performance – Though companies need some slack resources to innovate, the best innovators have been found to be companies that are having some performance issues. When things are going well, companies are somewhat less likely to seek change.

Timing of entry – Historically, the “first entrants” in new product categories haven’t been as successful financially as the ones who wait a while and copy what the earlier innovators did, but making some additional product improvements of their own. But while you don’t necessarily want to be the “first to market,” you also don’t want to be the last, as you’ll miss out on the opportunity to establish yourself as a player.

Base of users and complementary goods – Exceptions to the above point have occurred in industries where establishing a base of users and getting other firms to make products that complement yours helps you quickly corner the market. For example, Microsoft Office may not be the best software in the world, but everyone uses it because they can share files readily with others; competitors to Facebook have had difficulty establishing themselves because everyone’s friends are already on Facebook; video game systems with large bases of users have had an easier time of getting other companies to make compatible games, thereby making the system even more attractive to consumers.

Individual influences

Changes in top management – After years in the same position, managers tend to see things in routine ways and fail to scan environment for opportunities. Bringing in new managers can help.

“Idea champions” (technological and management champions) – Innovations often happen because one or a few “idea champions” take it on themselves to make sure innovation happens, even though it’s not even part of their jobs. Technological idea champions are people who come up with or help develop innovations, and management champions are the people who help push ideas through the bureaucracy. Giving these individuals encouragement, time, and money to develop innovations can often pay off. Idea champions often establish an informal chain of people who support innovations; downsizing can break down these links.

Specialized managerial positions – Some companies assign specific responsibility to individuals for innovation (e.g., VP for Innovation)

Boundary spanning roles – Boundary spanners are individuals with positions that require contact with the external environment. These individuals are often in a good position to see opportunities and threats.

Organizational characteristics

Age of organization – Both young and old organizations innovate. But young organizations are often the ones to introduce radical, “competence-threatening” innovations (that is, innovations that totally change the old way of doing things, making it difficult for established companies to imitate); old organizations tend to do innovations that build on what they already do.

Size of organization or subunits – Size interferes with innovation, though large organizations often have more slack resources. Large organizations often break into smaller subunits to enhance innovation.

Specialized departments – R&D and marketing are examples of departments that often have major roles in the innovation process

Technical expertise – Hiring or contracting with experts can improve innovativeness

Formalization and centralization – top-level directives (and support) and formal budgets and can help support innovation, but formalization and centralization that dictate behavior can interfere

Ambidexterity – Companies that do some, but not necessarily constant, innovation often need “ambidextrous” structures—that is, structures that allow the company (or certain departments in it) to be organic when needed for innovation, but mechanistic when efficiency is needed.

Horizontal linkages – Linking departments–especially in ways that allow for direct, face-to-face, personal communication–can assist innovation

Configurations – Divisional, matrix, horizontal, and modular structures can all help improve innovation (though each has some disadvantages that must be weighed too)

External linkages

Joint ventures – Can allow opportunities for companies to share expertise, risk, cost, etc.

Outsourcing/Partnering – Can allow access to expertise, equipment, etc.

Licensing – Can allow a company to offer an array of products and services developed by other companies

Marketing research – Can give insight regarding customer ideas and preferences

Conferences/trade shows – Allow firms to learn about new ideas

Networks– Some companies create external alliances to get ideas from individuals or other organizations (suppliers, inventors, scientists, customers, etc.)

“Open” innovations – Permitting others to see your software code, hardware design, etc., can allow innovators outside the firm to develop apps, tweak your software, create video games, etc. in ways that make your products more valuable to the consumer

Field trips – Allow employees to get out to observe customers, competitors, etc., in action

Online communities – The general public can provide ideas and feedback via product reviews, blog comment sections, surveys, and other online methods

Management tools and techniques

Venture teams – Teams sent off to work on their own as a small group, with financial support from the larger organization.

“Grant” money – Can be offered support employees who wish to develop an idea

Temporary relocation – moving people off-site can allow them to work as if in a small company environment

Physical spaces for collaboration –Establishing a “war room,” where people can post ideas on the walls, write comments, etc., can help the innovation process. Software can similarly allow for electronic collaboration.

Group dynamics – A lot of companies encourage a culture of shared views, when often it’s the encouragement of dissent that helps make innovations happen.

“Quality circles”- These are groups of (typically) blue collar workers who are involved in innovation by meeting periodically (e.g., every week or two) to discuss problems they see and potential solutions

Metrics –Tracking ROI (return on investment), speed of innovation, % revenue from new products helps establish what is valued

Goal setting and performance review – Setting goals and evaluating performance based on the above metrics, or evaluating “growth traits” such as “external focus” and “imagination and courage” can foster innovation

Reward systems – Finding ways to reward individual, group, or departmental innovation can help (assuming it’s possible to determine which individuals, groups, or departments deserve credit for the innovation). Alternatively, one may find it useful to reward the whole firm for innovation.

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Hi! I wanted to know your perspective about this. I hope you can help me,

Hi! I wanted to know your perspective about this. I hope you can help me, hopefully no short answers and no plagia.

Tulad ng kultura ng ibang bansa, ang kulturang Pilipino ay makulay at mayaman din. Isa sa mga kultura at tradisyon nating ipinagmamalaki at sa tingin mo’y naiiba sa kultura ng ibang lahi ay ang ating kaugalian.

Kahit saang sulok ng mundo, kilala ang Pilipinas hindi lang sa natatanging tanawin kundi maging sa magagandang kaugalian ng mga Pilipino. Sa katunayan nga, itinuturing ng mga banyaga na “Most Hospitable” locals ang mga Pilipino dahil sa magagandang asal nila. Dito mo masasabi na talagang pinag-iingatan ng mga Pilipino ang kahalagahan ng kultura.
Bayanihan
Pagsasabi Ng “Po” At “Opo”
Panghaharana
Hospitable
Lubos na paggalang sa matatanda
Pagmamano
Relihiyoso
Palabra de Honor
Pamamanhikan
Pakikisama
KATANUNGAN
Bakit nga ba nating masasabi na iba ang Pilipinas sa aspekto na ito?
Gaano ito kaimportante para sa mga Pilipino?
Para sa iyo, ano ang kontribusyon nito sa identidad ng mga Pilipino?
Sa panahon ngayon, may importansya pa ba ito? Bakit ito dapat bigyan ng importansya?
Ano ang iyong pangkalahatang pagsusuri?

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College of Administrative and Financial Sciences Assignment 3 Deadline: 04/12/2021 @ 23:59

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

Assignment 3

Deadline: 04/12/2021 @ 23:59

Course Name: Quality management

Student’s Name

Course Code: 424

Student’s ID Number:

Semester: First Semester 2021

CRN:

Academic Year: 1442/1443 H

For Instructor’s Use only

Instructor’s Name: Lujain Miralam

Students’ Grade: /Out of 5

Level of Marks: High/Middle/Low

Instructions – PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY

The Assignment must be submitted on Blackboard (WORD format only) via allocated folder.

Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.

Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented, marks may be reduced for poor presentation. This includes filling your information on the cover page.

Students must mention question number clearly in their answer.

Late submission will NOT be accepted.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.

Assignment -3 should be submitted on or before the end of Week- 13 .

The Assignment`s learning Outcomes:

In the 3rd assignment, the students are required to read thoughtfully the Using Six Sigma DMAIC to improve the quality of the production process: case study , and answer the related questions, upon successful completion of the assignment the student should be able to:

Recognize the importance of quality management theory, principles, and practices applied in businesses on national and international levels.(CLO1)

Use quality improvement tools and practices for continuous improvement to achieve the organizational change and transformation ( CLO3)

Develop analytical skills of identifying pitfalls, or quality concerns through assimilated and strategic planning.(CLO4)

Instructions to access the case study:

Using Six Sigma DMAIC to improve the quality of The production process: a case study , Monika Sm?tkowska, Beata Mrugalska*Instructions to read the case study’

Access the below link to download directly the case study PDF:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/

Or

Through SDL https://sdl.edu.sa/SDLPortal/ar/A-ZDataBases.aspx

Using Six Sigma DMAIC to improve the quality of the production process: a case study

This case study discusses the application of six sigma as one of the common tools to improve the quality and practice continues improvements. The paper is supported by practical example of the DMAIC implementation ( one of the Six sigma methods), which presents the efficiency of such practice on the processes quality level. Read the case, by using your critical thinking skills answer the following questions:

Using your own words, explain in brief the idea behind six-sigma concept, and how it does benefit the business? ( 1.5 Mark) ( 100 -150 words)

Describe the main stages of DMAIC as indicated in the case study. ( 1.5) ( 100 – 150 words)

From your point of view, which one of these stage is more critical, and Why? ( 1 Mark). ( 100 – 120 words)

Assess the application of DMAIC on the company ( production process) in term of its implementation and results efficiency ( 1 mark ) ( 100 – 120 words)

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What causes atoms to attract one another?Define ionic and covalent bonds.

What causes atoms to attract one another?Define ionic and covalent bonds. Why is that attraction not always “even” or balanced? Provide an example.

Explain the difference regarding how electrons are shared in these bonds.
Can there be more than one type of bond in a molecule? Explain.
Select any compound that consists of either ionic or covalent bonds. Describe how this type of bonding contributes to the characteristics of your chosen compound.

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Knowledge Management 403 Assignment 3 Choose any organization of your choice (Preferably

Knowledge Management 403

Assignment 3

Choose any organization of your choice (Preferably from Saudi Arabia) and write a detailed report with following headings. (600-700 Words)

Report Title: Knowledge management systems in organizations.

Part A. Introduction: (3 Marks)

The introduction part must highlight the following.

Briefly describe knowledge management and its benefits to organization in general.

Brief description of the selected organization.

Complete description of the knowledge management system of the selected organization.

Major tools and techniques used by the organization to capture and disseminate knowledge.

Highlight the major challenges faced by the organizations in Saudi Arabia to implement knowledge management systems.

Part B. Recommendation and Conclusion: (2 Marks)

What suggestions/recommendations would you like to provide to the Saudi organizations in general for improving knowledge management systems.

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Observe two people in a conversation from a distance – you should not be able to hear what they’re saying.

Observe two people in a conversation from a distance – you should not be able to hear what they’re saying.