analysis

There are missing parts to this paper; much time is spent on the analysis section and summaries; look at your page 8 and your treatment of the CNA website; it is short, succinct, and covers the needed analysis well; see if you can this same short treatment to the other sites. Then spend more time on the next section and on the overall analysis
Compares and contrasts how the information is presented in each site using the following questions as a guide.
Does the content effectively offer sufficient information related to the issue? In what way?
Does the content appear to be complete, is well organized, and is easy to understand? How?
Is the content free of bias, or can the bias be easily detected? In what way?
Does the information appear to be accurate based on user’s previous knowledge of subject? Explain.
Is the information consistent with similar information in other sources? Which ones and in what way?
How Do the Sites Stand Up to the Overall Analysis? [15]
Now it is your turn to respond to the critique itself. In other words, what is your general interpretation of your findings? With which parts of the sites do you agree? With which do you disagree? Discuss your reasons for agreement and disagreement, and tie these reasons to your findings from your analysis. Discuss how the authors of the sites might improve their site and explain your reasons for these improvements.
RUBRIC THAT MUST BE FOLLOWED
Marking Criteria/Framework for Website Analysis [Critique]
Content of Paper (70%) Ensure that your topic is related to course content
1. NO abstract required
2. Analysis, synthesis, and critical thinking skills are demonstrated.
3. Discussion is logical in presentation of ideas; evidences clear, organized, and concise writing style
Introduction [20]
• Introduces the nursing or health care issue or trend. Clearly articulates the thesis. [your view on the issue or an assertion about your topic, something you claim to be true]
• Introduces the websites and presents a brief executive summary of each web site. Remember this is about critiquing websites not articles from websites; the whole website needs to be dedicated to the issue or trend [e.g. the Alzheimer’s association is solely dedicated to Alzheimer’s disease, treatment, research, etc.]
Analysis of the Website [25] [please note that the links to Sheridan are updated here]
• Analyzes each web site according to the authorship of the site using the following guide from
• Compares and contrasts how the information is presented in each site using the following questions as a guide.
o Does the content effectively offer sufficient information related to the issue? In what way?
o Does the content appear to be complete, is well organized, and is easy to understand? How?
o Is the content free of bias, or can the bias be easily detected? In what way?
o Does the information appear to be accurate based on user’s previous knowledge of subject? Explain.
How Do the Sites Stand Up to the Overall Analysis? [15]
Now it is your turn to respond to the critique itself. In other words, what is your general interpretation of your findings? With which parts of the sites do you agree? With which do you disagree? Discuss your reasons for agreement and disagreement, and tie these reasons to your findings from your analysis. Discuss how the authors of the sites might improve their site and explain your reasons for these improvements.
Conclusion [10]
State your conclusions about the overall validity of the information found, and your assessment of the choices you made in selecting the web sites. Remind the reader about the thesis and how well you believe your selections augmented or detracted from your thesis.
Scholarly Format of Project [30/100]
Format follows APA (6th ed.) scholarly format of no more than 10 typed pages (excluding title and reference pages). Ensure you use Times New Roman, font size 12 with all margins set at one inch [2.54 cm]
Paper is free of typographical, grammatical and spelling errors.
• Total possible marks =100

 

Testimony

Testimony
P= Purpose(s) of text
A= Audience(s) of text
S= Subject matter of text
S= Stance of author toward text
K= Key passage of text (and why it is key!)
E= Elaborate on at least 3 questions and/or comments
Y= Your connection to the text (not so much did you identify with something in the text, but did it remind you of something–another text, another course, an experience, the news, etc.)
Book = “Testimony” by Montejo

Contemporary Asian literature

Contemporary Asian literature
CONTEMPORARY ASIAN LITERATURE
Highest level of academic achievement expected Demonstrates in-depth knowledge
Combines subject matter with creative and original thinking.
Extensive wider reading evident
Well cited references
High quality work

Assignment:
There are TOW OPTIONS ;
Option 1: Depth study of a particular genre.
– If you choose the genre option, you should focus your study on a particular chronological and cultural context and ensure that you demonstrate the relationship between the genre you have selected and the context.

– Genre for selection might include the following:
• Poetry * visual texts
• The novel * short stories
• Drama * film

• You can choose ONE of the following examples for option 1:

1: Accounts of Cambodia’s “nightmare years”
3: Tiananmen Square as represented in literature
4: Depictions of contemporary China through female authors – turning points
5: Recent Indian fiction
6: The impact of ‘Western cultural imperialism’ on selected Asian cultures through literature
7: Crime fiction in contemporary China
8: Bombay Dreams – contemporary Hindi cinema
Option 2: Case Study of a particular artist.
You can choose one of the following examples:
1. Case study of Steve Tolbert
2. Anita Desai
3. Kazuo Ishiguro
4. Zhang Yimou
5. Adeline Yen Mah

• If you choose the ‘artist’ option, you will need to consider the development of the artist’s career, the social and cultural context in which the artist operates/operated, and the artist’s major works and themes.

– Artists for selection might include the following:
• A poet
• A novelist
• A dramatist
• An essayist
• A cartoonist/animator
• A short story writer
• A film director

Proposal and Annotated Bibliography

Proposal and Annotated Bibliography
The proposal will include the following parts:
1, A short 100-150 words abstract that summarizes your proposed main points and features a tentative thesis statement.
2, A working annotated bibliography that will consist of no less than 5 reputable sources (Wikipedia is not a reputable source.)
Please find the sources on this website:
Just type the research question into the “Find” column, then click “Go” button.
The research topic is “Food”. Whatever aspect of the topic you choose, avoid a focus that is too broad; instead, choose a subtopic that will allow you to adequately develop it considering the constraints of the time you have available and of the required length of the paper.

Erich Segal, The Death of Comedy

Erich Segal, The Death of Comedy
DB 6 asks you to craft a post concerning the essentiality of comedy for life. Basing your post on a close reading of the first two chapters of Erich Segal’s The Death of Comedy, please reflect upon the significance of comedy in human life, anthropologically speaking. Obviously there is much more at stake than Aristotle’s formalistic denigration of the entertainment of the base people by the base people, the phauloi. Reflect on what is most interesting to you in the reading, though be sure to read through the entire assignment (both chapters, it is only 26 pages and much easier than Nietzsche) and to cite the text with page numbers.
Please edit your work for syntax and grammar…and enjoy!

brieifly design an experiment

brieifly design an experiment
Something important to notice
1.choose an article from the book is “Confronting perpetrators of prejudice, the inhibitory effects of social costs” So you need to find two more related experiments or studies online(no news or opinion websites) MUST BE RESEARCH LITERATURE.
2. set up a hypothesis following the instruction.
3.create a graph of two variables (two main effects)

Literature Review Assignment

Literature Review Assignment
See attached Article and answer the following question (also included in the attached Outline). Answer them thoroughly. MUST submit rough notes!!! These mean a breakdown of the intended answers, thoughts, etc. These are not included in the 6 pages. Please include in-text citations of the article in the question answers.
1. What is Blomley trying to prove about how law works when used to regulate public space? Relate your answers to lecture discussions about Lady Justice and socio-legal critique(s).
2. Explain how Blomley’s argument relates to citizenship, as viewed wearing one’s “human rights glasses”. Discuss examples from the article.
3. How does Blomley illustrate interconnected/interdependent human rights notions of neglect and oppression within his argument about public space? Discuss examples from the article, and explain how they work together.
4. Explain how the argument made by Blomley relates to the arguments made by Brown and Marshall (course readings – October 20, 2014). In other words, which invalidation ideolog(ies) support the notion of “traffic logic”? Explain.

application paper

application paper
1. Select one recent article for Application paper #2 that is related to Organizational Behavior. So any topic you see in your e-text.
2. Clearly identify your Kolb Learning Style and how it applies to the article that you selected.
3. Clearly identify each Kolb Learning Stage in your article.
4. Submit your application paper #2 to SafeAssignment in the Assignments tool area of Blackboard. Don’t forget to review your SafeAssignment orginality report. It should fall below 20% excluding names, titles, reference page.

CASE ANALYSIS

 CASE ANALYSIS
Read the article (case) first. Then analysis the case with the following questions. You don’t need to write the questions in the essay.
Thermos is the company made famous by its Thermos bottles and lunch boxes. Thermos also manufactures cookout grills. Its competitors include Sunbeam and Weber. To become a world-class competitor, Thermos completely reinvented the way it conducted its marketing operations. By reviewing what Thermos did, you can see how new marketing concepts affect organizations.
First, Thermos modified its corporate culture. It had become a bureaucratic firm organized by function: design, engineering, manufacturing, marketing, and so on. That organizational structure was replaced by flexible, cross-functional, self-managed teams. The idea was to focus on a customer group—for example, buyers of outdoor grills—and build a product development team to create a product for that market.
The product development team for grills consisted of six middle managers from various disciplines, including engineering, manufacturing, finance, and marketing. They called themselves the Lifestyle Team because their job was to study grill users to see how they lived and what they were looking for in an outdoor grill. To get a fresh perspective, the company hired Fitch, Inc., an outside consulting firm, to help with design and marketing research. Team leadership was rotated based on needs of the moment. For example, the marketing person took the lead in doing field research, but the R&D person took over when technical developments became the issue.
The team’s first step was to analyze the market. Together, team members spent about a month on the road talking with people, videotaping barbecues, conducting focus groups, and learning what people wanted in an outdoor grill. The company found that people wanted a nice-looking grill that didn’t pollute the air and was easy to use. It also had to be safe enough for apartment dwellers, which meant it had to be electric.
As the research results came in, engineering began playing with ways to improve electric grills. Manufacturing kept in touch to make sure that any new ideas could be produced economically. Design people were already building models of the new product. R&D people relied heavily on Thermos’s core strength—the vacuum technology it had developed to keep hot things hot and cold things cold in Thermos bottles. Drawing on that technology, the engineers developed a domed lid that contained the heat inside the grill.
Once a prototype was developed, the company showed the model to potential customers, who suggested several changes. Employees also took sample grills home and tried to find weaknesses. Using the input from potential customers and employees, the company used continuous improvement to manufacture what became a world-class outdoor grill.
No product can become a success without communicating with the market. The team took the grill on the road, showing it at trade shows and in retail stores. The product was such a success that Thermos is now using self-managed, customer-oriented teams to develop all its product lines.
Thermos Case Questions:
What other products might Thermos develop that would appeal to the same market segment that uses outdoor grills?
What do you think the Thermos team would have found if it had asked customers what they thought about having consumers put the grills together rather than buying them assembled? What other questions might Thermos place on its website to learn more about customer wants and needs?

 

reading response: What purposes of education were served by the idea of “intelligence” and the mechanisms used to determine it?

reading response: What purposes of education were served by the idea of “intelligence” and the mechanisms used to determine it? What purposes of education were impeded by this idea?
You may choose to structure your response in one of five ways:
a. Respond to the prompt for the week
b. Reflect on how the reading relates to the major thematic questions of the course.
c. Respond to the reading based on an area of interest or concern of your own.
d. Propose a question for discussion about the readings, and explain why this question
emerged for your and why you think it is worth consideration as a class.
e. Respond to the post submitted by another student, keeping the focus on the content
of the reading and your interpretation of it.
One page without reference