Write an essay reviewing the actions of Nora at the end of the play. Is it bad of not? Back your answers up with facts from the play
Write a 1 page paper on the pathophysiolgy of GERD
Directions: Discuss the disease process, include background on the disease process, treatment options, medications (Include information on pantoprozole), lab work or any diagnostic test related to the condition. Utilize atleast one reference and cite in APA formation.
After reading Robert McChesneys Digital Disconnect: How Capitalism is Turning the Internet Against Democracy, write an argumentative essay that addresses the following questions. You should write about one paragraph per questionand two paragraphs for those that ask you to address two examples, as noted below.What three topics does McChesney address in this book?
What is Political Economy? What is the most fundamentally important determinant in this theory?
Why is Political Economy a method better suited for his study than what the Skeptics and the Celebrants offer?
What is Political Economy of Communication? What is the relationship between communication, economic resources, and political power?
Summarize two examples, from Chapter 3, McChesney uses to explain the connection between communication, economic resources, and political power. You might consider selecting one historical and one contemporary example.
Summarize two examples, from Chapter 4, that address how the openness of the Internet was closed by powerful monopolistic interests from the pre-Internet age.
Summarize two examples, from Chapter 5, that address how the Internet has begat new emergent monopolistic interests in the digital age.
Why does the Internet, according to McChesney in Chapter 6, threaten the viability of valuable public debate in journalism and what effect does that have for political power?
Using two contemporary media industries weve studied in class, discuss how you would use political economy of communication to examine these media industries? What would your analysis tell us about the relationship of political power, economic resources, and contemporary media?
Conclude with a discussion of whether you agree or disagree with McChesneys method and why you think his use of political economy works (or doesnt work) for studying contemporary media.
Write a 1,000 to 1,500-word research paper responding to a question at issue related to the topics of consumer culture and waste management. Begin by designing and conducting a research project investigating your question. Consider the work that others have done to address this issue. Gather, analyze, and evaluate evidence from multiple sources. Look for significant trends in your data. Present your findings through a well-organized essay crafted for an academic audience. 1000-1500 words Research based (scholarly, reliable sources) Works cited page must be seperate MLA formatting
Please complete 1 1/2 pages and 2 sources per assignment (2 assignments, totaling 3 pages and 4 sources).Fact Pattern:
Youre employed by a private consulting firm, Juvenile Administration, which specializes in the field of juvenile justice in all of its applications. Your firm is often retained by school districts and municipalities to advise them on the law and to suggest solutions for specific issues and problems in this most important and complex area.Juvenile Administration has just been retained by your local school district, which is interested in revamping many of the procedures that it currently has in place with respect to its administration of various juvenile justice issues. For the purpose of this project, you dont have to research the procedures being used by your local school district. Assume that the district wants to operate from a clean slate and is interested in a wide array of information that you must supply, even if theyre already employing some of the methods and procedures that your information covers.The managing partner in your firm assigns you as the chief project manager for this client. After many weeks of meetings with the members of the school districts administrative board, youve been able to catalog their concerns into four major categories.Assignment 1: Juvenile Crime Problem
The school district wants information on the nature of the juvenile crime problem in your community. They want to know the prevalence of the various types of crimes. They also want to know how their juvenile crime rates compare with other communities throughout the nation.In addition, the district wants to learn about the latest studies and findings on the factors that contribute to juvenile crime and violence, including the economic, social, and familial influences.Finally, some of the school administrators have heard that other school districts are working with the National Crime Prevention Council. They want to find out more about this agency, its methods of operation, the programs it administers, and whether it can be a valuable tool for them to use in addressing some of their problems.Assignment:
As the chief project manager, you must respond to these issues in a comprehensive and relevant written research analysis. Youre free to use all available research tools, including the FBI Uniform Crime Reports, which should be used for your local communitys crime information.Assignment 2: Safe Schools
The school district would like to take all necessary steps to promote safe schools. In this regard, theyre willing to work with law enforcement, community groups, private concerns, and federal and state agencies.The district also wants to target at-risk students who have the potential to perform acts of violence in their schools. Therefore, they want you to advise them of possible warning signs and of the most current methodology for conducting a detailed threat assessment.Finally, the school district is aware of a growing gang problem in the community. Theyre interested in understanding the causative factors that drive juveniles to join gangs, the nature and conduct of the gang culture, and any antigang programs and measures they might put into place.Assignment:
As the chief project manager, you must respond to these issues in a comprehensive and relevant written research analysis. Youre free to use all available research tools. In your report, you must include information on the following items:Safe Kids/Safe Streets, Safe Start, and Safe Future programs
School Safety Pyramid
Four-pronged threat assessment
Gang Resistance Education and Training
Teens, Crime, and the Community
“Social captial theory is the most helpful approach for understanding the skills, relationships/personal resources and performance”. Critically discuss with reference to alternative approaches.
nstructions: From the chapter of your choice TAKING ACTION answer the following questions: 1. What interests you about this chapter? 2. Describe the role of the nurse activist? 3. What problems were encountered? 4. What might have you done differently? 5. Would you suggest another policy as an outcome? If yes, what would it be? If no, why not? Required Texts: Mason , D J., Gardner, D. B., Outlaw, F. H. and OGrady, E.T. (2016) Policy and politics in nursing and health care (7th ed.). Philadelphia, PA.: Elsevier Mosby.less
What reforms do you think would be important for the Juvenile Justice system?
Create a case study for a branded product which is has both physical and online presence.
The following elements must be addressed as outlined in the Final Project Guidelines and Rubrics document: A. Explain why you believe the identified gap in the research should be explored in future research. B. Explain how the claims made by the authors of the studies presented in your chosen track would logically inform future research into your identified gap. C. Explain the benefit of the research you have proposed to the field of psychology. This is my research design worksheet that use can use to answer the three questions pertaining to this assignment. Research Design Worksheet Citation of Literature Mattson, S. N., Calarco, K. E., & Lang, A. R. (2006). Focused and shifting attention in children with heavy prenatal alcohol exposure. Neuropsychology, 20(3), 361. Gap Identification The study examines how to improve executive functioning among children exposed to heavy prenatal alcohol. Evidence suggests that substantial prenatal alcohol exposure causes alterations to the developing brain (Mattson, Calarco, & Lang, 2006). The resultant neurobehavioral deficits that stem from prenatal alcohol exposure are wide-ranging and possibly devastating, making them a significant concern. Yet, even with increasing evidence of the disturbing impacts of heavy prenatal alcohol exposure, there have been few or no attempts to examine the possibility of improving executive functioning among affected children. Research Question Can executive functioning in children exposed to heavy prenatal alcohol be improved using self-regulation as a therapy? Research Design The study will primarily be quantitative. The quantitative design is chosen for it offers the study the opportunity to work with quantitative data from which inferences can be drawn. In the study, executive functioning will be the independent variable whose outcomes will be measured following exposure to the intervention. As such, the self-regulation intervention will serve as the dependent variable. The study population would include children exposed to heavy prenatal alcohol. However, the sample will be reduced to children currently suffering from clinically diagnosed fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. To ensure that only children that meet this criterion are included in the study, maternal records will be consulted to determine proof of heavy maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy. The children will be between the age of 8 and twelve, and from both sexes to reduce instances of bias and increase the generalizability of the findings established. Participant recruitment will be through invitation emails sent to parents of children that meet the inclusion criteria. Issue of Ethics A study that entails the use of children prompts several ethical concerns that have to be sorted out by the researcher. With respect to this study, the research will be carried out only after getting the necessary approval from the university ethics committee. Moreover, respondent participation will be voluntary and only after signing an informed consent form. The consent will assure participants their safety and explain to them their right to excuse themselves from the study any time they wish. ? Citation of Literature Sirin, S. R. (2005). Socioeconomic status and academic achievement: A meta-analytic review of research. Review of educational research, 75(3), 417-453. Gap Identification The study will attempt to examine how a child’s socioeconomic background affects learning outcomes. In particular, the study will center on examining how performance in STEM subjects is affected by the child’s socio-economic status. The fact that academic achievement is affected by socioeconomic factors is well addressed in the literature. Generally, studies agree that upon controlling for other factors that affect learning, children from poor socioeconomic backgrounds are less likely to perform better (Sirin, 2005). However, one observes a death of literature that has specifically examined how socioeconomic factors affect academic achievement in specific disciplines. The bulk of the literature has examined the topic from a general perspective and thus ignoring the possibility of socioeconomic factors having different effects in a given discipline. This study will be unique for it shifts its focus to an area that is largely unexplored in the literature. Research Question To what extent does a learners socioeconomic background determine performance in STEM disciplines? Research Design Data for the study will be collected from both survey questionnaires and student test scores in STEM disciplines. As such, the study will be quantitative and will seek to determine whether there exists a correlation between performance in STEM disciplines and socioeconomic background. A child’s socioeconomic background will serve as the independent variable while the test scores in STEM disciplines will serve as the dependent variable. Study participants will be recruited from a local public high school which hosts children from various socioeconomic backgrounds. This will enable the study to compare performance in STEM subjects between children from deprived and privileged backgrounds. Students will be classified as either from deprived backgrounds and privileged backgrounds based on household income information available from school records. This information will then be corroborated with data collected from the childrens parents on several socioeconomic factors such as occupation, level of education, and race. The students will then be administered tests on the four STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and comparisons drawn to determine statistical differences between the two groups. Ethical Issues The study will limit interacting with children as much as possible. As such, data on socioeconomic backgrounds will be based on school records and information provided by the students parents. This measure is taken to avoid the ethical issues associated with the use of children in research. ? Citation of Literature Chernyshenko, O. S., Stark, S., Drasgow, F., & Roberts, B. W. (2007). Constructing personality scales under the assumptions of an ideal point response process: Toward increasing the flexibility of personality measures. Psychological Assessment, 19(1), 88. Gap Identification This study will center on examining the effectiveness of personality scales/assessments (Big Five) in determining performance among leaners. Existing studies have primarily employed the Big Five personality factors in predicting personality, and in so doing ignored to examine whether personality trait assessments could also be used in predicting performance. Research Question To what extent can personality trait assessments effectively predict performance among learners? Research Design The study would be designed as a correlation design with analysis of regression. The target population would include male and female junior students of a local college. Out of this population, a representative sample of students will be randomly be selected to partake in the study. Random selection is necessary to both reduce bias and ensure equal chances of inclusion in the study by every respondent. The sample size would depend on the size of the population such that a large population would necessitate a large sample size.