Women’s History

Women’s History. Women’s History.

I don’t know how to handle this History question and need guidance.

APA Style 6-7 page paper, needs references cited. I will provide the links for what is needed for the essay. No outside sources.

It should also be written as though you have a particular audience in mind: (As you see, I shall find it a bit complex to specify, given the emphasis today on “identity” as a category of analysis. But I do mean you might write about women from any particular perspective, so long as you make your focus and definition clear.) Examples of audience follow—you may think of another one for your work.

a) If, as an example, you are thinking about telling a high school class of girls and boys about “what the women were doing” or “what is women’s history” from 1870-2000, what would you write?

b) If, as another example, your audience is a specific ethnic, race, class, or other group of women: what “integrated historical perspective” would you write to add to their understanding of their fore mothers?

You might wish to write about educated, professional women; you might wish to write about working class women; you might wish to focus on a specific ethnic or racial group in either of these. You might wish to discuss the interactions among ethnic/racial groups and white women (seen as the “privileged” majority).

c) If, as another example, you wish to write to men who have not thought about the experience of women historically apart from the normative, universal male point of view, how would you present women’s perspective and its distinction from the usual historical narrative?

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Womens History

Womens History. Womens History.

It should be freeof typos, spelling, and grammar mistakes. Please include page numbers (in parentheses isfine) or quotations from the readings.Part 1: How did the concern over the birthrate and reproductive rights affect women’slives in Europe in the 20th century? Include women in at least three countries inyour answer. ( Countries: Soviet Union, Germany, France)Part 2: Find an article published within the last five years in a mainstream magazine ornewspaper (e.g. The New York Times, The Guardian, The Economist, etc.) that discussesan aspect of women’s lives in Europe today. Provide a link to the article and write anessay (about 400 words) explaining the relationship between the situation or issue in thearticle and the material we have covered in this class. Some questions you might want toconsider include: What are the historical roots of this situation or issue? How is it thesame or different from challenges European women have experienced in the past? use Book: Aimee [supanova_question]

4 Workbook Unit 4 Section 1: Paleoclimatology A new island has been

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Workbook Unit 4

Section 1: Paleoclimatology

A new island has been discovered, and you have been assigned the task of determining whether or not the island is suitable for habitation. Currently, the island has a wet climate very suitable for agriculture, but your employers want to make sure the climate isn’t going to adversely change in the near future. You embark on a mission to recover five paleoclimate records covering the past 2000 years.

Plot your data on each of the graphs.

Draw in the line for the average data value.

Determine wet and dry periods by finding zones where the values are significantly different than the average values (remember that greater values may correlate with wet OR dry conditions, as it depends on the proxy).

Plot all your proxy data in the same graph to develop the multi-proxy conclusion (they should be plot approximately with the same shape, but you do not need to care about the units since they will be all different).

Develop a multi-proxy conclusion by finding times where at least 4 of the 5 records agree on a similar climate condition (pay attention on data in which drier conditions are pointing in opposite directions).

Lucky for you, this is a very diverse new island. A karst landscape allows you to collect stalagmites, while another region contains several lakes without outlets for lake level studies. There is a very tall mountain that has a glacier on it where you successfully collected an ice core, and one of the lakes also had lots of identifiable pollen in it. Finally, a semi-arid region contained both active and stable dunes, and you were able to figure out the changes in dune activity over the past 2000 years. You begin the data analysis…

Hint/Tip: This was intended originally to be completed by hand, however, if you are comfortable completing this in MS Excel, you are welcome to do so. To create the multi-proxy record, you need to align all five of the average lines together and then trace the records. You can flip it (hotdog/vertically) so that the drier scale arrows are all pointing in the same direction or you can make sure to take note the drier orientation is for each proxy.

Data:

Year (AD)

Stalagmite Width (mm)

Lake Level (ft)

Glacial Dust Amount

Pollen Ratio

% Active Dunes

2000

24

120

1

0.1

5

1900

23

100

2

0.3

10

1800

11

40

7

0.8

60

1700

6

35

8

0.9

75

1600

1

50

9

0.7

65

1500

16

60

8

0.6

65

1400

18

50

4

0.8

20

1300

17

55

3

0.7

15

1200

14

40

6

0.9

70

1100

11

45

8

0.9

80

1000

13

60

7

0.8

65

900

12

55

9

0.7

70

800

18

80

4

0.3

40

700

16

50

8

0.8

65

600

14

55

7

0.8

75

500

20

80

2

0.2

25

400

22

90

1

0.3

15

300

10

75

8

0.9

55

200

8

45

7

0.8

65

100

12

50

8

0.7

65

0

17

80

4

0.2

15

Average

14

60

5

0.6

50

Using all five records, identify drier and wetter periods (remember that we are saying that if 4 of 5 records agree, it works for the multi-proxy record). Make boxes around specific wet and dry periods and clearly identify each. Also remember that it’s okay for some periods to be neither wet nor dry, or simply inconclusive.

Note: the graph below is not to scale of the other graphs. So, adjust the axis, replot them all, or trace on a separate piece of paper (my recommendation). Make sure you label each proxy and keep track of up/down as being dry/wet for each proxy and make sure the average lines align for all of the records (one average line instead of five different ones).

Final question for section 1:

The boss calls you in for the final verdict. He said that according to recent weather conditions over the past 5 years (~2000 AD) the place appears conducive to habitation. Based upon your multi-proxy paleoclimate record, would you recommend habitation? In other words, should new habitants expect a similar climate in the future, or is the currently observed climate merely an anomaly?

Section 2: Definitions

Write a singular sentence definition for the following terms:

Global Climate Change

Carbon dioxide

Land Use

Trees

Lawns

Wolves

Tuna

Uranium

Water Bottles

E-Waste[supanova_question]

Concept Paper – Concept Paper Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked

Womens History Concept Paper –

Concept Paper

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization and Development

18 pts

Exemplary

Ideas clearly focus on the central theme (no tangential / unrelated information); well-developed and balanced concepts; sequencing of information and sections are appropriate

17 pts

Accomplished

Smooth transition between concepts with adequate structure and sequencing of sections; ideas are clear and unified around the central theme

15 pts

Proficient

Transition between most sections with limited structure; sequencing may not be completely logical; ideas are somewhat clear and address the central theme

13 pts

Developing

Some transition with poor section structure; some evidence of planning; ideas are vague and not well-integrated

12 pts

Unsatisfactory

No transition between sections, ideas, and concepts; not in logical order; no structure to the document

18 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent and Support

18 pts

Exemplary

Reveals a deep and solid understanding of the topic as evidenced by the preliminary research

17 pts

Accomplished

Identifies significant details of the topic; reveals an adequate understanding of the topic as evidenced by the amount of preliminary research

15 pts

Proficient

Reveals a restricted understanding of the topic

13 pts

Developing

Adds little detail to describe the topic

12 pts

Unsatisfactory

Does not identify the topic proposed

18 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis and Application

18 pts

Exemplary

Work displays critical thinking. Evidence is clearly related to the topic and supports all assertions. A novel or uncommon approach is successfully used

17 pts

Accomplished

Evidence is related to the topic or argument but the relationships may not all be completely or clearly explained

15 pts

Proficient

Evidence is cited, but explanation of the connection to the argument is not given. No additional analysis applied to the cited material

13 pts

Developing

Very little effort to relate evidence to the argument. Argument may be incomplete, or evidence may be absent

12 pts

Unsatisfactory

No connection of evidence to the argument or no argument present. Simple description instead of critical thinking

18 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStyle / Mechanics / Design / APA Formatting

10 pts

Exemplary

No errors noted; well-structured design and presentation of ideas and concepts; APA style is excellent or exceptional; narrative is clear and easy to follow; well-reviewed and edited.

9 pts

Accomplished

A couple of noted errors – not enough to detract from the quality; well-structured design and presentation of ideas and concepts; APA style is good; narrative is clear and easy to follow; well-reviewed and edited.

8 pts

Proficient

A few noted errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation – enough to detract from the quality; fairly well-structured design and presentation of ideas and concepts; APA style is adequate; fairly well-reviewed and edited.

7 pts

Developing

Narrative makes sense in some instances; numerous errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; APA style is sloppy; not well-reviewed and edited.

6 pts

Unsatisfactory

Narrative is convoluted and unclear; several errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; APA style is not followed; not reviewed or edited.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScholarship as Conversation

18 pts

Exemplary

Student demonstrates the value of incorporating different points of view and articulates that there is a sustained discourse within a community of scholars. Clearly articulates that a given scholarly – or even the majority – perspective on the issue work may not represent the only perspective.

17 pts

Accomplished

Student incorporates different points of view and articulates that there is a sustained discourse within a community of scholars. Recognizes that a given scholarly work may not represent the only – or even the majority – perspective on the issue.

15 pts

Proficient

Student articulates the need to incorporate different points of view but marginally articulates that a given scholarly work may not represent the only – or even the majority – perspective on the issue.

13 pts

Developing

Student acknowledges that there are different points of view on a topic but does not articulate that there is a sustained discourse within a community of scholars. Has difficulty identifying new insights and discoveries that occur over time as a result of this discourse.

12 pts

Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to articulate that there is a sustained discourse within a community of scholars. Does not grasp that new insights and discoveries occur over time as a result of this discourse.

18 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSearch Strategy and Criteria for Inclusion

18 pts

Exemplary

Student demonstrates the ability to use appropriate indexes/search engines and uses a mix of basic and advanced searching techniques, including discipline-specific subject headings, to access library collections and other relevant resources. Student demonstrates a willingness to pursue alternate search avenues as new knowledge is developed.

17 pts

Accomplished

Student demonstrates use of basic search concepts through development of simple search strategy and a list of useful keywords/subject search terms. Student selects appropriate indexes/search engines and articulates the way that Library databases work (e.g. fields, records, indexing).

15 pts

Proficient

Students selects general indexes/search engines. Student uses simple search strategies and basic search concepts and a list of useful keywords/search terms.

13 pts

Developing

Student identified only a few, broad key terms and uses minimal or same-type sources and may not go beyond web searching. Student lacks sophistication in selecting discipline-specific search engines.

12 pts

Unsatisfactory

Student accesses information randomly, retrieves information that lacks relevance and quality.

18 pts

Total Points: 100[supanova_question]

2 Bus Systems Analysis Milestone One Stacy Blaise Southern New Hampshire University

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Bus Systems Analysis Milestone One

Stacy Blaise

Southern New Hampshire University

IT-210-J2089 Bus Systems Analysis/Design 21EW2

Instructor: John Becton

November 12, 2021

Contents

Bus Systems Analysis Milestone One 4

Introduction 4

Business Requirements 4

Objectives 4

Project Description 4

Technology Requirements 5

Competitors and Technology 5

Search Engine Marketing 5

Search Engine Optimization 5

Technology Benefit 5

Technology Solutions 5

Search Engine Marketing 5

Search Engine Optimization 5

Recommendations 5

Technology Solution 5

Overall Benefit 5

Basic Security Considerations 5

Security Features 5

Third-Party Vendors 5

Internal Safeguards 5

Reference 5

Bus Systems Analysis Milestone One

Introduction

The business is challenged to generate revenue by conducting it as usual and opts to find new revenue using an e-commerce platform. To create new revenue creates the need for using new technologies required for e-commerce to work effectively for the business and a good business system analysis. Although several technologies exist, the two recommended technologies for this case scenario are Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM). SEM ensures increment invisibility when the number of people searches for products or services related to one’s business in Google and other search engines by improving the business’s site. SEO is responsible for incrementing the number of visitors to a given site by ensuring that the site appears on top of retuned lists performed by a search engine.

Business Requirements

Objectives

The objectives of undertaking this project to integrate new technology include: Firstly, to improve the higher ranking of the online business to many search engines used by online customers who research our products. The higher ranking will help the business to reach many customers who see the business in the search engines they research the product, hence increasing the number of buyers. Secondly, to create a large target audience for advertising the online business products.

Project Description

The purpose of the project is to incorporate the two new technologies for generating new revenue for the business through targeting a large audience interested in our products online. The project is regarded as a success upon integrating the SEO and SEM technologies into the online business.

Technology Requirements

The new technology put across should increase the online business presence and enhance brand awareness and visibility, which will lead to more sales. It should also create credibility and trust by branding the online business as a reputable place for customers to find the products and any information you give.

Competitors and Technology

Search Engine Marketing

Rachel’s Kitchen sells products such as cakes to both local customers physically and online. Rachel’s Kitchen uses SEM to ensure the most relevant results concerning customers who search their products are returned for each search, including her business’ location and other available information.

Search Engine Optimization

Delamere fruit yogurt sells its products such as yogurts and milkshakes online as well as physically. Delamere uses SEO to assess their website and to help them find out what is needed for content optimization and improvement of search engine traffic.

Technology Benefit

Delamere firm is able to control the amount of traffic attracted to their online business through Search Engine Optimization. SEO helps the Delamere firm to be able to assess their site and find out what is needed for content optimization and improvement of search engine traffic. Adopting the same approach will enable us to control the number of people visiting our online business site as potential customers.

Technology Solutions

Search Engine Marketing

SEM increases the online business presence and enhances brand awareness and visibility, leading to generating more sales. The gap associated with this technology is that as much as it is responsible for increasing business, online presence is not a guarantee that the customers will buy the products frequently.

Search Engine Optimization

SEO provides a proper structure for the online business that helps the site be well organized and more accessible for customers to navigate and transact. The gap associated with this technology is that, despite developing relevant, useful content that people want to share does not guarantee immediate sales of the products to the very customers, for they are only potential customers.

Recommendations

The most appropriate technology solution that can meet the business’s technology requirements is Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization.

Technology Solution

Using both SEM and SEO technologies for online business provides an upper hand for the effective generation of new revenue rather than using one of the two. The two technologies produce fast results by targeting a large audience interested in the product, information, or service the business offers. SEM and SEO allow better connection with customers to increase visibility on the brand and optimize the business’ website for search engines to strengthen the website and extend its reach (Weisbach, 2018).

Overall Benefit

SEM enhances efficiency to generate new revenue for the business as it will enable the online sales to reach large potential customers through the channels while using the internet for various reasons. Also, SEO is responsible for getting the online business to higher rankings on search engines, creating a larger target audience, and ensuring that the site appears on top of retuned lists performed by a search engine.

Basic Security Considerations

The owner of the business must consider getting security plug-ins installed. The breaches can spoil the brand reputation and affect the business’ SEO rankings. The plug-ins will block off malware attacks and brute force and harden WordPress security for the site by addressing the security vulnerabilities for each platform and countering all other hack attempts posing a threat to the website (Onibalusi, 2020).

Security Features

Usage of very strong passwords to protect the technologies reach by unwanted parties. Generate a long secure password that constitutes mix-up letters, numbers, and special characters for oneself and everyone authorized to access the website. Ensuring the website and the technologies are updated and working on the track.

Third-Party Vendors

The business should make an inventory regarding security and privacy. Making an inventory of all the third-party vendors and service providers, classifying them according to the level of their impact on the online business: low, medium, or high. When critical data is exposed to a particular vendor creates a higher possible effect on the organization by the vendor.

Internal Safeguards

Enabling continuous user activity monitoring each individual’s activity within the business network and seeing who does what with the critical company data and when they do it. Monitor and record user sessions in a comprehensive format suitable for further auditing.

References

Onibalusi, S. (2020, February 6). Why website security affects SEO rankings (and what you can do about it). Search Engine Watch. https://www.searchenginewatch.com/2019/10/31/website-security-seo-rankings/

Weisbach, C. (2018, February 9). The Value Of SEO And SEM For Small Businesses. Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2018/02/09/the-value-of-seo-and-sem-for-small-businesses/?sh=1799f7a85022[supanova_question]

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes: After completion of Assignment-3 students will able to understand

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes:

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

LO 1.1: State the concept of management functions, roles, skills of a manager and the different theories of management.

LO 2.2: Employ knowledge and techniques of strategic planning, problem solving, decision making and change management.

Assignment-3

Please read the case “Is Tesla out of Control” on Page number 678, Chapter 16 – “Controlling” available in your textbook/e-textbook “Management: A Practical Approach” 9th edition by Kinicki, A., & Williams, B., and answer the following questions:

QUESTIONS

Q1. What is the underlying problem in this case from the perspective of CEO Elon Musk?

Q2. What are the causes of the problem?

Q3. Which areas of organizational control are part of Tesla’s plan to remedy issues with the Model 3? Provide examples.

Q4. Is Musk exhibiting the two core principles of total quality management? Why or why not?[supanova_question]

Topic: Olive References Any project starts with some research. After visiting the

Topic: Olive

References

Any project starts with some research. After visiting the library, you should be fully equipped to find the information you need for the project. This deliverable will contain at least 10 sources, with at least one of them being a peer-reviewed, academic journal article. All of the sources and the document format (font, text size, spacing, etc.) must be formatted in according to the Environmental Science and Studies Department’s Citation Style Guide (as can be found on Canvas under General Information). This is a check in deliverable to make sure that (1) you have started research on your project and (2) you understand the citation style. You do not have to use all of these exact sources on your final poster, but this sets the standard for what will be expected for your poster.

Map

Organizing information geographically is a tool used by environmental scientists to uncover patterns that otherwise would be missed. The map you will create should be detailed and serve as a visual aid to the telling of your food’s narrative. The map probably would show at least the production centers of your foods but can also include whatever embellishments and features necessary to aid in the story telling of your food. Be aware that the map should be able to be understood on its own. That means proper map making skills get to be exercised to at least include a title, legend, the map itself, and feature labels (probably). The map can be in color, but depending on your comfort, you may want to consider adaptability for a back and white printer for the next step.

I will send you an example of a map

Poster

A way to think about the poster for this project is an abbreviated essay formatted graphically. In this case, the expository study of your food should be fully encapsulated through your poster alone. It needs to follow the guidelines in the Environmental Science and Studies Department’s Citation Style Guide (as can be found on Canvas under General Information) as expressed into a poster format. You may have some different section headers than are included, but you at least need to have the following features: title, abstract, main body of content, conclusion, figure(s) (which includes your map), references, and author (which is you). Your map, which is a separate deliverable, may be adjusted to better fit your poster but it must have all of the same features (e.g. switching the elements of the map from a landscape to a portrait format). Your references for the poster is not required to be the same exact list as it was for your deliverable previously, but it should meet the same standard as the deliverable and any source listed under your reference list should have a matching intext citation somewhere else on your poster. Note: the poster standard is legibility from 3 ft away (adjust font sizes accordingly).

I will send you an example of a poster and how to make a professional poster electronically.

Reflection

This is the place where I want to hear your opinion. This is your space to reflect on your research project. Some things to consider are the following:

Musings of the research/map making/poster making process

Surprises and/or difficulties in acquiring the information you sought

The most interesting/disappointing things you discovered while researching your food

What you learned from this overall in terms of your food choices, understanding of food systems, etc.

750 words maximum. Format as explained in the other attached file.[supanova_question]

Topic: Chicken References Any project starts with some research. After visiting the

Topic: Chicken

References

Any project starts with some research. After visiting the library, you should be fully equipped to find the information you need for the project. This deliverable will contain at least 10 sources, with at least one of them being a peer-reviewed, academic journal article. All of the sources and the document format (font, text size, spacing, etc.) must be formatted in according to the Environmental Science and Studies Department’s Citation Style Guide (as can be found on Canvas under General Information). This is a check in deliverable to make sure that (1) you have started research on your project and (2) you understand the citation style. You do not have to use all of these exact sources on your final poster, but this sets the standard for what will be expected for your poster.

Map

Organizing information geographically is a tool used by environmental scientists to uncover patterns that otherwise would be missed. The map you will create should be detailed and serve as a visual aid to the telling of your food’s narrative. The map probably would show at least the production centers of your foods but can also include whatever embellishments and features necessary to aid in the story telling of your food. Be aware that the map should be able to be understood on its own. That means proper map making skills get to be exercised to at least include a title, legend, the map itself, and feature labels (probably). The map can be in color, but depending on your comfort, you may want to consider adaptability for a back and white printer for the next step.

I will send you an example of a map

Poster

A way to think about the poster for this project is an abbreviated essay formatted graphically. In this case, the expository study of your food should be fully encapsulated through your poster alone. It needs to follow the guidelines in the Environmental Science and Studies Department’s Citation Style Guide (as can be found on Canvas under General Information) as expressed into a poster format. You may have some different section headers than are included, but you at least need to have the following features: title, abstract, main body of content, conclusion, figure(s) (which includes your map), references, and author (which is you). Your map, which is a separate deliverable, may be adjusted to better fit your poster but it must have all of the same features (e.g. switching the elements of the map from a landscape to a portrait format). Your references for the poster is not required to be the same exact list as it was for your deliverable previously, but it should meet the same standard as the deliverable and any source listed under your reference list should have a matching intext citation somewhere else on your poster. Note: the poster standard is legibility from 3 ft away (adjust font sizes accordingly).

I will send you an example of a poster and how to make a professional poster electronically.

Reflection

This is the place where I want to hear your opinion. This is your space to reflect on your research project. Some things to consider are the following:

Musings of the research/map making/poster making process

Surprises and/or difficulties in acquiring the information you sought

The most interesting/disappointing things you discovered while researching your food

What you learned from this overall in terms of your food choices, understanding of food systems, etc.

750 words maximum. Format as explained in the other attached file.[supanova_question]

BUS 210 Speaker Notes Template To complete this template, replace the bracketed

BUS 210 Speaker Notes Template

To complete this template, replace the bracketed text with the relevant information.

Write your speaker notes using complete sentences to outline what you would say in a verbal presentation and to demonstrate your mastery of the course content. Use APA style citations.

Remember that your presentation should be between 7 to 10 slides in length, not including your title and references slides, so you can delete any sections you don’t need. Make sure your speaker notes correspond with the slides in your Presentation Template.

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Economics Question

TASK OVERVIEW:
INTRODUCTION should be a summary of the article in your own words. If you are having a problem and must use the author’s words, be sure to use the proper citation.
BODY will analyze the topic and “connect” it to the economic subject we have studied in class. In this analysis you will first define and then describe the subject as we have discussed it in class; and then you will show how the article relates to the economic idea. You should use your critical thinking skills here!
CONCLUSION should evaluate one strength and one weakness of the article. It should also tell the reader whether the article exhibits normative or positive economic reasoning.
ATTACHED:
Full instructions
Article to be considered (The Law of Supply and Demand Isn’t Fair)
[supanova_question]

Womens History

Womens History