Silence How hurricane Maria affected Puerto Rico

Digital story (2-3 minutes with narration) You will produce a short video that supports the story you wrote. You can create a 1) personal narrative that illustrates a significant event in your life (an accomplishment, a lesson in self-discovery, a recovery story, or a story that honors someones memory), 2) story that recounts an historical event, or 3) story that informs or instructs about a concept or practice. Your story will be evaluated on its focus, point of view, economy, tone, pacing, imagery and audience-appropriateness. Consider the sequence of events. This is your anecdote (The WHAT of your story). This thing led to this thing which led to this thing *Hook your reader into the story with a question, statement, or challenge. Add bait to the hook along the way.

Define the issue to be decided by the court.

Al and Rosemary Mitchell owned a small secondhand store. The Mitchells attended Alexander’s Auction, where they frequently shopped to obtain merchandise for their business. While at the auction, they purchased a used safe for $50. They were told by the auctioneer that the inside compartment of the safe was locked and that no key could be found to unlock it. The safe was part of the Sumstad Estate. Several days after the auction, the Mitchells took the safe to a locksmith to have the locked compartment opened. When the locksmith opened the compartment, he found $32,207 in cash. The locksmith called the City of Everett Police, who impounded the money. The City of Everett commenced as action against the Sumstad Estate and the Mitchells to determine who owns the cash that was found in the safe. Who owns the money found in the safe? City of Everett, Washington v. Mitchell, 631 P.2d 366, 1981 Wash. Lexis 1139 (Supreme Court of Washington) Your answer should be formatted as follows: a. The Issue: Define the issue to be decided by the court. This is typically one sentence describing the question that the court is addressing and deciding. For example, The issue before the court is whether the defendants negligence was the proximate cause of the plaintiffs injury. b. The Courts Decision. What you think the courts decision should be, and your reasons why. You should support your reasoning with some legal authority. A strong answer will have for its authority, things that you have studied. .Citing legal principles, law and similar case decisions will be the most convincing.
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A class action lawsuit was filed against the Museum Is it unethical for the nonprofit museum to imply that a price must be paid when it really is a donation?

Museum of Art Ethics Question The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is one of the best in the world. Under an 1893 law, it must admit the public free of charge on all weekdays. The Museum has a long practice of posting a sign at the entrance that says Admission $25.00. In small letters, it says “recommended.” About half of the visitors pay that amount, many not knowing that they do not have to pay. The Museum says it needs the revenue. A class action lawsuit was filed against the Museum Is it unethical for the nonprofit museum to imply that a price must be paid when it really is a donation? What is your view of the case settlement reached in the case? Two links below will get you started on you answers. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/26/arts/design/met-museum-in-quiet-talks-with-city-weighs-an-admission-fee.html https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/the-met-museums-new-pay-policy-diminishes-new-york-city

Describe whether an Agile Sprint is or is not a mini-waterfall process. Describe how human resource management differs from Waterfall projects versus Agile projects. What do you do for your teams when there is downtime? How does multi-tasking enhance

Respond to the questions below. 1. From your research describe in your own words whether an Agile Sprint is or is not a mini-waterfall process. Please justify your answer. 2. Describe how human resource management differs from Waterfall projects versus Agile projects. 3. What do you do for your teams when there is downtime? 4. How does multi-tasking either enhance or detract from team productivity?

Find a similar successful SAP implementation and discuss it. -What is the company? -What factors contributed to the success of SAP at the company?

Successful SAP Implementations There are many points of failure in very large, software applications. Reviewing successful implementations of complex software integrations such as with SAP ERP systems sheds light on the success factors. Review the video in the From the Experts webpage this week entitled “A Success Story-BJ’s Wholesale Migration to SAP BW on HANA.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KRsMIqbOl8 Next, using a search engine, find a similar successful SAP implementation and discuss it. -What is the company? -What factors contributed to the success of SAP at the company?

How differences in technology use can create conflict.

Consider your own experiences using technology. First, think about how you communicate digitally. Next, consider how others you know use it, such as family member, coworkers and friends. Find a minimum of 3 articles that discuss technology use and conflict. Use these sources to support your experiences. Also, discuss ways to bridge the gap and to decrease conflict. The paper should explain: 1. Your use of technology. 2. How that compares to others’ use. 3. How differences in technology use can create conflict. 4. What you and others can do to mediate conflict created by digital communication.

How do you think communication will change in the future? Do you think it will be more visual and informal? Will we use symbols rather than words? What is the most difficult part of providing feedback digitally?

Question 1: How do you think communication will change in the future? Do you think it will be more visual and informal? Will we use symbols rather than words? Or will it stay the same? Explain why you think this. Question 2: What is the most difficult part of providing feedback digitally? When should you find another means (if possible) such as video, face-to-face or phone?

How do community deterioration, community fear, poverty concentration, and lack of collective efficacy contribute to delinquency/crime (pages 102-103)?

Discussion Post #2 9 9 unread replies. 9 9 replies. What are the most basic views of each of the following (pages 99-100): social structure theories; social process theories; and critical theories Social structure: How do community deterioration, community fear, poverty concentration, and lack of collective efficacy contribute to delinquency/crime (pages 102-103)? Social process: How does socialization affect delinquency/crime (pages 107-111)? Social process: How does labeling (stigmatizing) affect delinquency/crime (pages 114-115)? What is deinstitutionalization and what is its purpose (page 120)? Critical theories: What did Anthony Platt argue was the purpose of the creation of the delinquency concept and the child saving concept during the late 1800s (pages 116-117)?