Mohandas K. Gandhi, "Indian Home Rule"

Mohandas K. Gandhi, “Indian Home Rule”

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This paper is for a World History class.
Analyze one of the following primary source documents. Discuss the meaning and siguificance
of this document in the larger context of the themes and historical developments we have studied in class. The document I chose was Gandhi’s “Indian Home Rule”.
In your analysis, consider how the following questions affect the meaning of the document:
Content: What is the main idea?
Context: What was happening in the world, region, country, or community when this was
created? Who is the author? What else do you know about the author? When and where was the document written?
Genre: What type of document is this?
Communication: Who seems to be the intended audience? What is the author’s point of view or
bias? Why was the document written?
conclusions: How does this document help us understand history?
Guidelines:
The paper should be double-spaced, have 1″ margins, and 12 pt. font.
The paper must use at least 1 outside source (in addition to the textbook or lectures). Sources
can include books, scholarly journal articles, and reputable newspaper and news magazine
articles. The paper must have proper citations and include a list of references at the end (more
information below).
Writing guidelines: The paper should have a clear thesis in the introductory paragraph’ build the
argument throughout the paragraphs in the rest of the paper, and include a conclusion’ Your
pup., will be graded on the clarity and persuasiveness of your argument, organization, grammar and citations.
Introduction
The introduction should briefly introduce the source and topic of the analysis’ and then lay out a clear thesis. The thesis is your argument that will you spend the rest of the paper proving with
evidence.
Supporting Paragraphs
The body of the paper should support your thesis. Each paragraph should have a clear topic
sentence with a main idea. The rest of the paragraph then develops that idea by presenting a close and critical analysis of the primary document, supported by information from the textbook’
lecture notes, and additional sources’
Conclusion
The conclusion should provide a restatement of your argument and then briefly explain how this
document helps us understand history’
Sources and Citations
Be sure to use proper citations throughout your paper. You must provide citations for direct
quotes and for ideas that are paraphrased (even from the textbook or notes). paraphrasing means
putting someone else’s ideas in your own words. Since you are being graded on the quality of
your analysis, please do not use too many direct quotes. If you are unsure of how you ale using
citations, please ask me. Not properly citing an idea is a form of plagiarism’
You can use any standard forrnat: MLA, APA, Chicago, etc’ If you want to make it simple’ use
in-text parentheticuf”it tioor: provide the source and page number (page number only if using a
direct quote or specific idea)’
Examples: Lamy et al. (2013,-28) write, ” The history of international relations”.
Wendt (1992) explains in his article on anarchy”.
One view on the Security Council asserts that the “experiment has failed”
(Glennon 2003,24)’

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Introduction to Literature – Drama Paper

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I would prefer that you would stick to this option:

For this paper you will be writing on Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and/or Susan Glaspell’s “Trifles.” You may write about one play only, compare and contrast the two plays, or compare one of the plays (A Doll’s House) to a film or, in the case of “Trifles,” to a filmed version of the play such as may be found on YouTube.

For academic databases:
username: 1.2.0.4.0.2.1.3.6.0. [Just remove the decimal points, because the digits I insert get deleted automatically]
password: sarah1090
Please refer to my username and password for access. (JSTOR is an excellent database). Go on to the AUD website: www.aud.edu then click on “Subject Guides” under the Library section. Click on “Arts and Sciences” and select suitable databases such as JSTOR.

NOTICE: For external sources, in addition to citing them in the “Works Cited” page, I am also required to print out the actuals pages of articles that were referred to. So please make sure you scan and email the pages that you quoted from or paraphrased and highlight the parts used.
Also, please make sure that the structure of the paper is correct because it is very important and it is part of the grading rubric.

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Use the following Case Scenario, Subjective Data, and Objective Data to answer the Critical Thinking Questions. Case Scenario

Discussion Question

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Use the following Case Scenario, Subjective Data, and Objective Data to answer the Critical Thinking Questions.

Case Scenario

Mrs. J. is a 63-year-old woman who has a history of hypertension, chronic heart failure, and sleep apnea. She has been smoking two packs of cigarettes a day for 40 years and has refused to quit. Three days ago, she had an onset of flu with fever, pharyngitis, and malaise. She has not taken her antihypertensive medications or her medications to control her heart failure for 4 days. Today, she has been admitted to the hospital ICU with acute decompensated heart failure.

Subjective Data

Is very anxious and asks whether she is going to die.
Denies pain but says she feels like she cannot get enough air.
Says her heart feels like it is “running away.”
Reports that she is so exhausted she cannot eat or drink by herself.
Objective Data

Height 175 cm; Weight 95.5 kg
Vital signs: T 37.6 C, HR 118 and irregular, RR 34, BP 90/58
Cardiovascular: Distant S1, S2, S3, S4 present; PMI at sixth ICS and faint; all peripheral pulses are 1+; bilateral jugular vein distention; initial cardiac monitoring indicates a ventricular rate of 132 and atrial fibrillation
Respiratory: Pulmonary crackles; decreased breath sounds right lower lobe; coughing frothy blood-tinged sputum; SpO2 82%
Gastrointestinal: BS present: hepatomegaly 4 cm below costal margin
Critical Thinking Questions

What nursing interventions are appropriate for Mrs. J. at the time of her admission? Drug therapy is started for Mrs. J. to control her symptoms. What is the rationale for the administration of each of the following medications?

IV furosemide (Lasix)
Enalapril (Vasotec)
Metoprolol (Lopressor)
IV morphine sulphate (Morphine)
Describe four cardiovascular conditions that may lead to heart failure and what can be done in the form of medical/nursing interventions to prevent the development of heart failure in each condition.

Taking into consideration the fact that most mature adults take at least six prescription medications, discuss four nursing interventions that can help prevent problems caused by multiple drug interactions in older patients. Provide rationale for each of the interventions you recommend.

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HURIER Method

HURIER Method

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Lost in Translation: Writing Prompt 3
Assignment Directions for Chapters 5, 6 and 7
The HURIER model takes a behavioral approach to listening. Using it can help you to develop more effective listening skills. The model focuses on the six key areas or stages of listening: hearing, understanding, remembering, interpreting, evaluating, and responding. In this exercise, you will apply the HURIER model to a fictitious conversation to better understand how each step works on its own and how they all work together in the listening process.
You have recently discovered that you have a long-lost relative living in another state, part of the U.S. you are not familiar with, or even another country. Your relative has invited you to visit and stay for free. You are excited to go, but soon discover he/she has many different meanings for the same words you use and it is a bit confusing.
For example, your long-lost relative tells you he plays football for Chelsea in England. You discover that football in England and football in the United States are two very different sports.
Step One: Select a location in which you have never lived, but know something about from a friend, movie or other source. An alternative is to select a place you have lived, but that was significantly different from where you live now and compare the place you used to live to where you live now.
Discuss, in your paper, three different words that mean something different in that place you selected than they do where you live (or where you live now) and explain the difference between the words. Identify which location has which meaning.
For example, when we want to take time off work in the United States, we typically say vacation. In England, when they take time off of work, they call it a holiday. We, in the U.S., usually use the word holiday for special days on the calendar year such as Thanksgiving or Christmas; whereas, holiday could be any day of the year in England.
Three Examples
Unmet (0 %)
Needs Improvement (50-69%)
Fair (70-79%)
Good (80-89%)
Excellent (100%)
Three words with different meanings in two different cultures are not explained in the paper.
The student attempts to satisfy the requirements, but perhaps only 1 or 2 examples are provided AND/OR the examples are not correct AND/OR the examples are not clearly explained.
There are three examples of words that mean different things in two different cultures; however, the examples are not clearly explained and are not supported with any evidence.
The student clearly identifies three different words that mean something different in their own and another’s culture. Both cultures are identified and each example is correct. However, evidence and context are lacking.
The student clearly and completely identifies three different words that mean something different in their own language and then within another culture. Each item is explained and context is provided. Significant evidence and specific examples are included to support the student’s ideas.
Points Earned:__________/ 3.25 Possible Points
Step Two: In paragraph format in a 2-4 page paper, discuss how you would use the HURIER model to avoid a misunderstanding with your long-lost relative while you are in the foreign location by selecting one of the words you discussed in step one and putting it into a conversation format. Categorize the contents of the conversation into each of the listening stages (HURIER).
For example: I was having a conversation with my cousin about going on holiday. In the first stage of the HURIER model, hearing, I would be sure to pay attention in order to hear my relative talk. The best way to hear would be to make sure I focus on my cousin and not allow anything in the background to impair my hearing. According to Floyd (2011), hearing is the physical process that allows a person to recognize sound. In this case, I turned the TV down…
Keep in mind these requirements for content:
? An analysis of the conversation explaining how each step of the HURIER model was used: Hearing,
Understanding, Remembering, Interpreting, Evaluating and Responding. The steps of the model should
be addressed in order.
? Each item’s description and explanation will encompass a paragraph or two. Within this analysis of your
HURIER steps, define the individual steps, either by quoting or paraphrasing Floyd’s definitions.
? Include content regarding language from chapter 5, such as denotative and connotative meanings, and be
sure to define those ideas you use.
? Include content regarding nonverbal communication from chapter 6, as well as a definition of any ideas
that you include, either by quoting or paraphrasing Floyd’s definitions.
? Use specific examples from the conversation and relate them to each step in the model. Explain how
each example reflected the step you identified.
? Answer this question in the paper: Based on what you heard and saw, how did you know what the other
person meant?
Analysis of each step in the HURIER Method
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Hearing step is not addressed.
The Hearing step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Hearing step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Hearing step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Hearing step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 6.5 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Understanding step is not addressed.
???The Understanding step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
??The Understanding step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
???The Understanding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are
???The Understanding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
??
?????????????????supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Remembering step is not addressed.
The Remembering step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Remembering step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Remembering step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Remembering step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Interpreting step is not addressed.
The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener determine avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Interpreting step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Evaluating step is not addressed.
The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
?The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
??The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?The Evaluating step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
?????????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The Responding step is not addressed.
???The Responding step in the HURIER model is addressed, but not competently explained. The paper fails to provide any specific example of what happened to the listener OR in the conversation to
??The Responding step in the HURIER model is defined, though not clearly and completely. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener OR in the
???The Responding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener AND/OR in the conversation to
???The Responding step in the HURIER model is completely and clearly defined. The paper provides a clear explanation of what happened to the listener and in the conversation to complete
??
?????????complete the stage. The section lacks evidence or explanation.
???conversation to complete the stage. The section includes some type of evidence or explanation, but lacks totality in these areas.
?????complete the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid misunderstanding, though not with evidence or support. All ideas are explained and are supported with some type of evidence, though it may be insufficient.
?????the stage. The section addresses the central issue of how this stage may have helped the listener avoid a misunderstanding. All ideas are completely explained and are supported with superior evidence.
????Points Earned:__________/ 7.8 Possible Points
???Other ideas from Chapters 5 and 6
?????Unmet (0 %)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
?????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (100%)
????The student does not address any concepts from Chapters 5 or 6.
???The student addresses other ideas from Chapters 5 and/or 6, but does not define or explain these ideas.
??The student addresses other ideas from Chapters 5 and/or 6 and provides some definition of each.
???The student addresses ideas from Chapters 5 and 6, properly names them and provides a competent definition of each idea included.
???The student includes ideas from Chapters 5 and 6 in the paper. Each idea is clearly and completely defined. Each idea is synthesized in the paper with strong evidence supporting its inclusion in the paper.
????Points Earned:__________/ 3.25 Possible Points
???To be successful, your paper should be written according to these required elements:
? Your paper should be typed, approximately 2-4 pages long, and double spaced.
? The paper should also be proofread, and mistakes in grammar, spelling, sentence structure, formatting
and other areas of paper mechanics should be kept to a minimum.
? Be sure to include a complete introduction to the paper that includes a thesis statement introducing the
main ideas of the paper. Organize the body of the paper into main ides that fit with your thesis
statement. Also include a conclusion to the paper that reviews and summarizes the paper.
? Please use either MLA or APA style citation in order to cite the sources used, whether they are quoted or
paraphrased.
Overall Outcomes Proofreading and Organization
???Unmet (0%)
?????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
?????Fair (70-79%)
??????Good (80-89%)
?????Excellent (90-100%)
???There are nine or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper does not follow a recognizable organizational structure, such as having main ideas, an introduction and a conclusion.
???There are seven or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper is organized in a recognizable way but does not include an identifiable introduction and conclusion.
???There are five or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper is organized and includes an identifiable introduction AND/OR conclusion.
????There are three or more mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics. The paper is organized and includes an identifiable introduction AND a conclusion.
???Mistakes in proofreading, grammar, spelling, formatting or other paper mechanics are limited to two or fewer. The paper is organized in a clear way and includes a complete introduction as well as a complete conclusion.
????Points Earned: / 6.5 Points Possible
?Citation
?????Unmet (0%)
????Needs Improvement (50-69%)
???Fair (70-79%)
??????Good (80-89%)
??????Excellent (90-100%)
????The paper includes no citation of any sort.
?There is some attempt at citation, BUT: the citation is not in a recognizable format, such as MLA or APA; OR a significant number of concepts are not cited; OR there is no in- text citation; OR paraphrases
??Some attempt at citation is included for most concepts used in the paper that are originally explained in a printed source AND most of these ideas are cited, whether they are paraphrased or
??In-text citation is included for most concepts used in the paper that are originally explained in a printed source AND all of these ideas are cited, whether they are paraphrased or directly quoted
??In-text citation is included for all concepts used in the paper that are originally explained in a printed source AND all of these ideas are cited using correct in-text citation, whether they are paraphrased
?
are not cited.
directly quoted AND the citation is in a recognizable style and the style is used correctly in most cases AND in-Text citation is used but a Works Cited is not included.
AND the citation is in MLA or APA style and the style is used consistently AND a Works Cited is included at the end of the paper.
or directly quoted AND the citation is in MLA or APA style and the style is used consistently AND a Works Cited is included at the end of the paper and the Works Cited is free of errors.
Points Earned: / 6.5 Points Possible

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“Content Milk Cows”

“Content Milk Cows”

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The task is to prepare a written proposal for a CFO and CEO for their determination of whether a proposed project should be approved. It is not a marketing document for a customer; it is not a research paper, but rather an applied exercise using the concepts of the course.
A case entitled “Content Milk Cows” and a spreadsheet containing a data block for the case are provided. If a difference is found between the case and the data block, use the data block version. Some example reports from previous semesters will be posted.
Submit any questions in the Project discussion.
The suggested approach and relevant content are as follows:
Create an income statement.
Create a cash flow statement,
Calculate appropriate criteria,
Perform modeling analysis (based on week 10 content)
Prepare the report noting the charge given Andrew at the end of the case.
Review and refine, including a TurnItIn review
Submit the financial analysis as a MS Word document and Excel spreadsheet(s) in the assignment area of the course room (not in a discussion topic). Submit the final report no later than the end of week 11
The final report should be 8-12 pages in length. The report should include a cover page, an executive summary, and the proposal. A table of contents is not necessary. The length limit of the report includes the cover page, executive summary, the proposal and appendices if any. . The length does not include the separate Excel workbook. A length more than 12 pages will be penalized. The grading criteria is quality, not quantity.
While relevant financial statements should be in the Word document, condensed versions are often sufficient. A complete set of statementsshould be submitted in a separate Excel file.
Since this is a project for preparing a financial proposal for a CFO/CEO rather than a research paper, APA format is not required. There are not a required number of references. But there is a requirement, inherent in all writing, that if the creative work of others is used it must be cited.
Submit your finished paper to TurnItIn. Directions for TurnItIn are posted in the Turnitin discussion topic. This is required. Although students must do the submission to TurnItIn and can make multiple submissions to remove problem areas, the results will be retrieved from the TurnItIn site by the professor when the paper is graded. That is, do not submit the TurnItIn report.
Tom Sant (2004), in his book Persuasive Business Proposals, includes the following comments concerning business proposals.
First and foremost, focus on the reader, their background, and their needs from the report. Do not include any verbiage that a CFO and CEO already know, and especially not anything that tells them how to do their job.
The focus must be on the project and its relevance to the company, not you the writer. It is not a resume. Therefore, formal business proposals should not contain personal pronouns like “I”, ‘me” or “we”.
The short executive summary provides the information that the executive uses to decide whether to read any more than the summary. Focusonly on what he/she needs to know up front. Get right to the point in the first sentence. State up front the benefits of the proposal with the most important first. This includes results of evaluation criteria (financial and non-financial). Executives use this up front evaluation to decide whether to continue reading and it is referred to as an executive summary for this reason. They immediately need to know what problem will be addressed and the criteria and their results.
The body of the report contains the details that support the claims stated in the executive summary. Use data to support any claims and show how conclusions were made.
A conclusion of about a page should repeat much of what was in the executive summary, but is stated to reflect the information in the report. Do not request executives to call you with questions as they of course will do that if needed. Rather in the conclusion, summarize the potential, risks, and what the organization needs to do next, including any deadlines.
Make it compelling…
Reference: Sant, T., Persuasive Business Proposals. AMACOM, 2004.

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lack of crime during this crisis in terms of Japanese communitarian culture:

lack of crime during this crisis in terms of Japanese communitarian culture:

Week6: Read the following and answer discussion 1& 2 questions:

Discussion1:
In the spring of 2011, Japan was hit by a major earthquake, followed by a devastating tsunami. In the media coverage following the disaster, several experts commented on the lack of crime, particularly looting, in the aftermath of the disaster.

Read this newspaper article explaining the lack of crime during this crisis in terms of Japanese communitarian culture:

Brush, K. (2011, March 16). No Looting in Japan. Seattle Business Insight Examiner. Retrieved from
http://www.examiner.com/business-insight-in-seattle/no-looting-japan-1.

The cultural characteristics discussed in this article have also been used to explain why the United States has historically had much higher violent crime rates than Japan.
•    Explain how well reintegrative shaming would work in Japan versus the United States, based on the cultural comparisons discussed in this article. Use examples from the article to support your argument.
•    Hypothesize how these cultural differences might affect interdependency at the micro level. Provide examples to substantiate your response.

Discussion 2:
The U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics produces annual reports of the state of crime in the U.S. based on the National Crime Victimization Surveys. In 2009, it created a special report on female victims of violence.

Read the following report, paying close attention to Figure 1:

Catalono, S., Smith, E., Snyder, H., & Rand, M. (2009). Female Victims of Violence. (Bureau of Justice Statistics Selected Findings). Retrieved from
http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/content/pub/pdf/fvv.pdf. [PDF File Size 368 Kb]
•    Choose one of the theories covered in this module to explain the gender differences shown in Figure 1 of this report.
•    What are the strengths and limitations of your chosen theory, with respect to explaining this particular figure? Provide examples to substantiate your response.

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identify the advantages and disadvantages of developing a less stringent approach to zero wasting

identify the advantages and disadvantages of developing a less stringent approach to zero wasting

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Many organizations, cities and counties have embraced a zero waste slogan while pressing for non of the key zero waste changes ( e,g, pay as you throw). in fact. it is common for many to simply state that recycling is their entire goal. Likewise, many commercial or industrial companies claim to embrace zero waste but usually mean no more than major material recycling effort, or reliance on burn technology, having no bearing on product redesign. ( Do you agree or disagree with this statement ? if you agree, state why, and identify the advantages and disadvantages of maintaining a strict definition and standard of zero waste. If you do not agree, state why, and identify the advantages and disadvantages of developing a less stringent approach to zero wasting).
You are awarded up to 20 points based on: (1) a statement of agreement or disagreement, (2) identification of advantages and disadvantages, (3) examples to back up your statement, (4) composition, (5) brevity, (6) reference, and (7) cleverness.

Pay for Performance (Employee Incentive Program) Systems within the Sandwich Industry

Pay for Performance (Employee Incentive Program) Systems within the Sandwich Industry

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“You cannot “just start working on a topic” until you have first read about the current best practices, at the best firms. Being an expert means reading subject matter books and business articles and talking to experts outside of your organization. Focus on business articles that exclusively cover your specific topic, which is developing a pay for performance system (also known as an employee incentive program). Provide a listing of what you read, whom you interviewed, and what best practices you have identified at all other firms. Convince me that you know which top firms also share this problem and that you identified “what works” and “what doesn’t work” at other firms. Do not include any academic references.”
—– This would be the clip from our research notes to follow above

For this paper, our firm (a sandwich shop chain) desires to create a pay for performance system (or employee incentive program). In order to create a viable employee incentive program, we need to learn about the best in the business who are similar to our company. Most notably in order would be: Subway, McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Carl’s Jr., Five Guys (Burgers and Fries), Quizno’s Sub, and IN-N-Out Burger.

McDonald’s and Subway should have much more information, so please choose the best sandwich industry chains after these two that will have great detail on pay for performance systems or employee incentive programs. The information can explain the incentives/benefits given to non-exempt employees and exempt employees (corporate). Explain what does work, and what doesn’t work. Examples may be employee lotteries/raffles for rewards, rewards for monthly attendance, etc. Please use sub-titles for each company and where appropriate. Less detailed items like certain benefits can be bullet pointed, yet make sure anything in bullet points has an explanation that is needed.

Following the description of each restaurant’s employee incentive program, please state the company goal for labor % and cost of goods % if you can find this information. If companies give rewards for meeting quantitative goals, please list them and the reward amount/item. Calling stores and asking for managers may help if you let them know you are working on a research project. Some managers may not want to give out such information, but would be happy to explain employee incentive programs to some extent.

Please take this topic if you’re serious and go in depth for the research with research from mainly business articles (text and online both fine), books, and interviews (calling managers at locations for information). Writers who do a great job will have an opportunity to receive further papers around this area of management as I will recommend writer ID’s for moderate to larger projects if you would like the opportunity as a way to show appreciation for doing great work.

Once more, the topic of this is pay for performance systems. Please only choose this if you are clear on the topic. This will require the need to call these restaurants to ask about incentive programs and metrics for labor and cost of goods percentages. Please cite any interviews clearly and use California businesses in San Francisco for contacts.

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disaster risk management case analyze

disaster risk management case analyze

Project description

Topic: Case Study from the list below (or your choice)
Reference: Textbook Page 210-211, Individual Research, FEMA Best Practices Portfolio
Assignment: Prepare a case study of a risk management strategy from the options list below or of your choice, including:
A short introduction including the location of the case study and the hazard and risk being mitigated;
A description of the mitigation strategy;
The costs and benefits of the strategy, including the impact on people and property;
Support and/or opposition to the project.
Options:Project Specific:
Manitoba: Red River Floodway Project (original build or expansion project)
Manitoba: Portage Diversion (original design or operation)
Alberta: Elbow and Highwood River Flood Mitigation Project
BC: Seismic Mitigation Program
Mitigation Strategy Specific (if you choose one of these options, you should narrow your case study by identifying where the strategy has been used)
Tornado safe rooms
Seismic retrofitting
Land acquisition and relocation (i.e. buying properties to turn hazard land into another, less risky land use)
Building codes
Building entry control
Note: Be sure to appropriately reference and attribute your report. Give due consideration to writing style and presentation (e.g. clear, well-written)
Late Penalty:5% of total grade/day with a grade of zero after December 4

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HEALTH CARE LAW;

HEALTH CARE LAW;

There are a total of ten (10) exam questions below. You MUST complete five (5). Do not respond to more than five (5). I will only read the first five (5) answered. You MUST clearly identify each question by number. First repeat the question that you are responding to and then provide your answer.
Your answer to each question should be no more than 2-3 paragraphs.
Please note: While some questions may seem like they have a quick and short answer, I would encourage you to develop your answer, ensure your answer is complete and that you have answered all parts of the question. Short Quick answers tend to lose significant points.
Your responses MUST be in your own words and you therefore do not need to cite to any resources in your answers. However, if you directly quote a source for any reason – you MUST provide a citation.
Don’t Forget to Provide Your Name in the upper right hand corner of your MS Word file.
FINAL EXAM QUESTIONS
1. Describe the basic elements of a contract?
2. Explain one way in which the “Standard of Care” is determined in professional malpractice cases?
3. What is the APA and why is it important to an understanding of health care regulation?
4. Describe and explain two types of business organizations?
5. What is “Clear and Convincing Evidence” and what case established this standard?
6. Describe and explain two different injuries, pieces of data or some other information that is reportable to a government entity and why they are reportable?
7. Explain the term “Market Power” as it relates to antitrust considerations?
8. What is informed consent?
9. What does it mean to be employed “At Will”, explain fully?
10. Describe at least two rights protected by patient’s rights law or regulation?

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