Describe and explain a significant continuity and a significant change in the Chinese economic production from 400 to 1200ce.

Describe and explain a significant continuity and a significant change in the Chinese economic production from 400 to 1200ce.
Write an essay that:
Has a relevant thesis and supports that thesis with appropriate historical evidence.
Addresses all parts of the question.
Uses world historical context to show continuities and changes over time.
Analyzes the process of continuity and change over time.
Uses specific evidence to substantiate points that support the thesis

Discuss Hilton Hotels and Resorts is a global brand of full service hotels and resorts.

Hilton Hotels and Resorts is a global brand of full service hotels and resorts. As of 2017 there were more than 570 properties in 85 countries across 6 continents. The brand is targeted at both business and leisure travellers with locations in major city centres, near airports, convention centres and popular tourist destinations around the world. Hilton has named Asia-Pacific and South East Asia as key growth regions and has a number of new hotels opening there in the next few years. You have been commissioned to produce an initial investigative report to address the following points in relation to the case study provided.

Copyright Cultures:Explain the roles played by copyright

Copyright fails to promote musical creativity. Discuss this statement in the context of cover versions and sampling. 2- Copyright has been ineffective in fighting piracy. Discuss this statement with reference to examples. Marking Criteria: – Demonstrated understanding of the question – Demonstrated knowledge reading materials – Application of materials to set question This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes: – Explain the roles played by copyright – Critique and evaluate the discourses surrounding copyright

Discuss the effects of your own enculturation or group identification that may have influenced your biases.

Write at three to four (3-4) page paper in which you: 1. State your position on the topic you selected for Assignment 1.1. 2. Identify (3) three premises (reasons) from the Procon.org website that support your position and explain why you selected these specific reasons. 3. Explain your answers to the believing questions about the three (3) premises opposing your position from the Procon.org website. 4. Examine at least two (2) types of biases that you likely experienced as you evaluated the premises for and against your position. 5. Discuss the effects of your own enculturation or group identification that may have influenced your biases. 6. Discuss whether or not your thinking about the topic has changed after playing the Believing Game, even if your position on the issue has stayed the same.

How do anthropologists understand the concept of race?

1. Many writers and philosophers have grappled with the problem of the human condition, or those common experiences of all humankind. Thinking about the questions raised by concepts of culture and cultural relativism, how might cultural anthropologists approach such a question? 2. How do anthropologists understand the concept of race? Be specific. 3. What is the relationship between language and culture? What is a social construction? Use concrete examples to make your point. 4. What is the ethnographic method? What does the example of Paul Stollers work among the Songhay tell us about the process? 5. What tends to happen people reach the edge of the map, culturally speaking, in terms of their known universe of familiar words, concepts, stories, or cultural practices? How are foreign cultures translated, mistranslated, represented, or misrepresented? Use specific examples to make your point. Each answer should be about a paragraph for each question.

What does the theorem in queuing theory state regarding single versus multiple lines?

Since traffic crash data has been recorded in the United States, the national trend in fatalities has been on the decline while the population and vehicle miles travelled is on the rise. However, in 2016, more than 37,000 people died on the highway, with over 1,000 of them occurring in Michigan alone. During that same year, there were a little over 15,000 homicides and approximately 43,000 died from suicide. The question is why so much of our attention and outrage is given to homicides (15,000 deaths) but not to suicides and traffic crash deaths (80,000 deaths) which are more than five times greater? Vanderbilt has a lot to say about this issue.Students are required to submit a written book review of Tom Vanderbilts Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us).[1] In order to receive full credit for this portion of the final grade, students must comply with the following instructions.Students are encouraged to discuss the book and answers to the specific questions with other students. However, the final review submitted by the student must be the students own work without further assistance.The review should be presented in the following format. Students should use complete sentences, correct grammar, write in paragraph format, and avoid simply making a list of items. The first page should be the title page with the name of the student, title of the paper, course name, and date submitted. Page numbers should be used on each page, except for the title page.Although it is acceptable to use direct quotes from the book, they should be limited in use and appropriately cited. In other words, most of the paper should be in the students own words.The first two pages are to be a general overview of the book similar to a brief book report. Lines should be single-spaced throughout with double-spaces between paragraphs.In addition to the overview, students must address the following issues separately, and provide answers using the designated letter and number before each answer. Students are not to repeat the question but simply provide the answer, indicating I (A), I (B), etc. The answers should be single-spaced, with double spaces between answers.I. (A) Do you identify with Random Acts respondents who support early merging or Live Free or Die respondents who support later merging? Explain the arguments of each.(B) What did the Texas Survey Institute discover regarding merging difficulties? Explain the Dynamic Late Merge trial undertaken by the Minnesota Department of Transportation during the summer of 2003. How do most European traffic engineers deal with the merging problems?(C) Regarding the studies conducted by Ian Walker, explain the factors that influence the behavior of motorists passing cyclists on the road.(D) Explain the propositions about queuing that were developed by David Maister. How do these propositions apply to traffic?(E) What does the theorem in queuing theory state regarding single versus multiple lines?(F) Explain loss aversion as applied to diving in congested traffic. II. (A) Discuss the various complexities of operating a motor vehicle.(B) Discuss the problem regarding the lack of feedback loops.(C) Discuss the various issues with using the word accident to describe crashes involving risky behavior. III. ( A) Discuss the various issues related to distracted driving. Be sure to include the research by Virginia Tech Transportation, Finland researchers of pedestrians, and inattentional blindness (the invisible gorilla study).[2](B) Discuss the various issues related to the problem of speed in traffic. IV. (A) Explain how cooperation between motorists can lead to less congestion on the highways. What can we learn from ants in this regard? Discuss some of the quirks in car-following, solo driving, and adaptive cruise control.(B) Discuss the inherent bias of traffic engineers regarding pedestrians.(C) Explain how slower can be faster. V. (A) Discuss the various travails of the urban bus driver. Do we give them enough respect?(B) Discuss the various problems in parking. Make sure that your discussion incudes the Christmas tree parking lot arrangement, distinct parking lot strategies, parking foreplay, and free parking. How does Donald Shoup attempt to solve the parking dilemma? VI. Discuss the various reasons why building more roads leads to more traffic, not less. What are some of the proposed solutions to traffic congestion? VII. (A) Explain the paradox of dangerous roads being safer. Discuss the various benefits of roundabouts. What other designs have made roads safer for motorists.(B) What is meant by the concept of traffic calming? Provide some examples. What is the effectiveness of these devices.(C) What does Hans Monderman have to say about traffic signs? What is the basis for his position? Discuss his concept of shared space and its application in Europe. (provide examples). Make sure that your discussion includes marked crosswalks, jaywalking, centerlines, and bicycle lanes. VIII. (A) Compare driving in Delhi, India with that in New York City, Tokyo, Beijing, France, Finland, and Russia. Which one do you think is the best system? Explain the reason(s) why. IX. (A) Discuss the various risks on the road to motorists and efforts by traffic engineers, auto engineers, and legislators to reduce them.(B) Discuss the various issues related to alcohol consumption and driving. Be sure to explain the impact of Super Bowl Sundays on fatal crash data.(C) Explain cognitive dissonance [the term used in modern psychology to describe the state of people when holding two or more conflicting cognitions (e.g., ideas, beliefs, values, emotional reactions) simultaneously] that occurs when people think about fatal accidents, suicides, murders, terrorist attacks, and being struck by lightning. How does the English risk expert John Adams explain this phenomenon? Failure to follow the instructions for submitting the book review will adversely impact on this portion of your final grade.The due date for the book review is Friday, February 1st at midnight. However, students may submit the paper anytime between now and then. A one point penalty will be administered for each hour that the paper is submitted after the due date.[1] This is one of the most important books I have ever assigned to students. Understanding and applying the insights contained in this text should reduce the number of deaths, injuries, and property damage from traffic crashes, which is the stated purpose of police enforcement of traffic laws.