Developed a thesis statement that considered how a theme is shown in the story “The Ransom by Red Chief” by O. Henry.

Instruction for Paper 1: How is a literary theme represented in a short story? You will develop a paper that answers this question and demonstrates the following outcomes for writing and literature: Analyze literature for a purpose Distinguish digital or print materials through annotation to demonstrate reading and summary skills Identify a theme in a short story Identify one to three examples in the story that support the theme Write a thesis statement that clearly identifies the title of a story, its author, the theme, and what the paper will discuss about the story and the theme Write clear topic sentences for paragraphs that let the reader know what each paragraph of the body of the paper will discuss

Who are the main people writing in this area? Kevin McDonald- what does he say about terrorism and women joining terrorist groups? Mia bloom? Vincenzo Ruggiero?

Dissertation Introduction and Literature Review (Qualitative/ Secondary Research) My dissertation Research Questions:I should have three research questions, I have come up with two but the third one you can pick according to the readings and the lit review (by given sources). 1. What role do women play in terrorist organisations?2. What are the factors that drive women into joining terrorist groups? 3. A question on something about media representations towards women? Or something similar. (There are sources attached on this area)
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Introduction (min 500 words, but can go above 10%): For this section, you should be talking about what the topic is? and why it’s important?- Please talk about Terrorism according to the sources attached and can relate it to women terrorists slightly._______________________________________________
Literature review (min 1,500 words, but can go above 10%)*Use the 6 questions below to assist you writing the literature review*:1. What does the existing research say about the topic?
2. Who are the main people writing in this area? Kevin McDonald- what does he say about terrorism and women joining terrorist groups? Mia bloom? Vincenzo Ruggiero?
3. What are the key theories and main issues?
4. How strong is the existing evidence base?
5. What are the main gaps in our knowledge?
6. How does your work complement existing knowledge?

What are the main criticisms of each of the following theories of crime/delinquency?

Hi, This is a sociology class. Down here I’m mentioning the book we using. Book: Juvenile Delinquency: The Core Larry J. Siegel, Brandon C. Welsh Cengage Learning, 6 edition, 2016 Steve Jone, youtube video: basically the professor wants to discuss this theory the genetic perspective crime/delinquency on juvenile population and he wants to use also what this guy is mentioning in the video on youtube Prominent geneticist Steve Jones critiques the alleged link between genetics and crime (Links to an external site.) A Genetic Predisposition for Crime – Professor Steve Jones The genetic perspective. In particular, how does genetics scientist Steve Jones (videos) critique the genetic perspective? Published on May 4, 2015 Professor Jones shows us the gene most likely to make a person into a violent criminal. Its the same gene that makes them male, but what, if anything, does this tell us? This is an extract from a full Gresham Lecture Nature, Nurture or Neither? presented by Professor Steven Jones. The full video and audio can be found on our website: Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,800 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: Twitter: Facebook: Producer Gresham College Category Education
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Describe the difference between equity and equality and give at least one example to illustrate those differences.

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Have you ever sold a car to a private party?

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Critically reflect on the assessment of needs of looked after children under the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 and concomitant Codes of Practice.

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What are some key points that you found interesting and can be used in a business environment?

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Sexuality Confronts Social Policy | Transcript:Explain

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The following resource is required to complete the assessment.Human Sexuality Case Studies: Sexuality Confronts Social Policy | Transcript.
SCENARIO 1 JOANNE AND ARTHUR
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Joanne and Arthur had been involved in a relationship for seven months and had been using male condoms during sexual intercourse. Arthur continued to be dissatisfied with condoms, saying that he found it difficult to maintain his erection while using a condom. They both agreed that they wanted an effective means of preventing pregnancy, and they also realized that the condom was providing protection against possible disease transmission. Both had been sexually active with other partners prior to this relationship.After some discussion, they agreed that because they had both been sexually exclusive with each other, they would get tested for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases and then make a decision about a contraceptive. Their medical tests were all negative, and they then made an appointment at a local family planning clinic to talk about contraception. After hearing about the various methods of birth control available to them, Joanne and Arthur decided to consider either the diaphragm or the female condom. Joanne’s medical history ruled out hormonal methods such as the pill, the patch, or injections. They wanted to use a method that had as few side effects as possible and could be discontinued with ease.The clinic worker scheduled an appointment for Joanne to be fitted with a diaphragm, but the couple also received some female condoms to try in the meantime. As it turned out, they liked the female pouches because they provided better sexual sensations for both of them. Joanne decided not to proceed with getting a diaphragm because she was not satisfied that it would provide the degree of contraceptive protection she wanted. The couple chose to continue using the female condom because they both found it comfortable and easy to use. The clinician had explained that statistics on the effectiveness of the female device were still incomplete, but Joanne and Arthur felt that they could use it correctly and carefully, and that they would have more control over its effectiveness than they would a diaphragm.SCENARIO 2 MILLIE AND MAX
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Max and Millie are seniors in college and have been together for over a year. They often talk about marrying when they have finished school, although Millie is thinking about going to graduate school for a master’s degree. They hope to locate near each other after graduation so that their relationship can continue. The two have been sharing a monogamous sexual relationship almost since they began going together, and Millie takes birth control pills for contraception.Last month, Millie missed her period, and they both are concerned that she is pregnant. Millie called the clinic where she had been prescribed the pill, and the nurse told her that if she had mistakenly skipped a pill, she could be pregnant. Millie cannot recall skipping a dose but is not completely certain. The two of them have been discussing what action they might take if it turns out that Millie is pregnant. Max has said that he would be willing to marry her but admits that such rushed circumstances would not be the scenario he would prefer. Millie has indicated that she probably would want to have an abortion, largely because she does not feel ready to be a good mother and does not want to put her graduate work and career on hold at the moment. Max is uncomfortable with this, partly because he opposes abortion and partly because he feels Millie is being selfish. He has warned her that an abortion will leave her with regrets, depression, and psychological pain. She does not believe it will bother her as much as he says, although she admits that it is not an easy decision. She believes that it simply would be the best of several unattractive options. A friend with whom she has talked has mentioned the possibility of placing the baby for adoption, but neither Max nor Millie I are inclined to do this. Millie indicates that the pregnancy will still be a difficult inconvenience for her life.Millie’s home pregnancy test has come back positive, but the Student Health Center nurse practitioner tells her that she should follow up with a laboratory test to be certain. Max and Millie are feeling tense together and they seem to be at a stalemate in terms of agreeing on a course of action if she is in fact pregnant.CREDITS
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Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.Scenario 2 Millie and Max
Max and Millie are seniors in college and have been together for over a year. They often talk about marrying when they have finished school, although Millie is thinking about going to graduate school for a master’s degree. They hope to locate near each other after graduation so that their relationship can continue. The two have been sharing a monogamous sexual relationship almost since they began going together, and Millie takes birth control pills for contraception.Last month, Millie missed her period, and they both are concerned that she is pregnant. Millie called the clinic where she had been prescribed the pill, and the nurse told her that if she had mistakenly skipped a pill, she could be pregnant. Millie cannot recall skipping a dose but is not completely certain. The two of them have been discussing what action they might take if it turns out that Millie is pregnant. Max has said that he would be willing to marry her but admits that such rushed circumstances would not be the scenario he would prefer. Millie has indicated that she probably would want to have an abortion, largely because she does not feel ready to be a good mother and does not want to put her graduate work and career on hold at the moment. Max is uncomfortable with this, partly because he opposes abortion and partly because he feels Millie is being selfish. He has warned her that an abortion will leave her with regrets, depression, and psychological pain. She does not believe it will bother her as much as he says, although she admits that it is not an easy decision. She believes that it simply would be the best of several unattractive options. A friend with whom she has talked has mentioned the possibility of placing the baby for adoption, but neither Max nor Millie I are inclined to do this. Millie indicates that the pregnancy will still be a difficult inconvenience for her life.Millie’s home pregnancy test has come back positive, but the Student Health Center nurse practitioner tells her that she should follow up with a laboratory test to be certain. Max and Millie are feeling tense together and they seem to be at a stalemate in terms of agreeing on a course of action if she is in fact pregnant.
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Develop a light research paper based on case studies provided in the Human Sexuality Case Studies: Sexuality Confronts Social Policy interactive media piece (linked in the Resources under the Required Resources heading). Read the case studies and select one on which to base your paper. Try to choose the case study that you feel best applies to the requirements for your paper, which are provided in the instructions below.Use your selected scenario to write a 34 page paper in which you complete the following:Identify and describe a concept (or concepts) and the general perspective or approach to human sexuality that the concept falls under (such as gender theories, instinct theory, psychodynamic, or developmental) using correct terminology from the course. If the concept or perspective is closely associated with the writings of a particular theorist (such as Freud, Kinsey, Masters and Johnson, and so on), then provide that information. Explain how the concept fits the case study.
Select a minimum of two scholarly sources that support your explanation of how the concept fits the case study. Connect what you have learned in your research by integrating and combining information from your source articles with the case study.
Examine and explain how ethical standards guide professional behavior as they relate to the issues and concepts identified in the selected human sexuality case study. You must state the specific ethical standard that relates to the topic or issue highlighted in the case study and explain how this ethical standard guides professional behavior.

Describe warranty requirements and explain the three common types of warranties

Chapter 14, 15, & 16 Review Questions. 1. Describe warranty requirements and explain the three common types of warranties. 2. If your purchase does not come with a written warranty, is it still covered by an implied warranty? What if the product is marked as is? Do all states permit as is sales? 3. Describe what product liability means and explain negligence and misrepresentation. 4. Describe strict product liability and company liability. Please provide a company example pertaining to product liability. Minimum of four sources cited (other than from the text book). Prefer sources come from web-based articles. Text Book Miller, R. L. (2016). Fundamentals of business law today: Summarized cases (10th ed.). Mason, OH: Cengage. Chapter 14: The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts Chapter 15: Performance and Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts Chapter 16: Warranties and Product Liability