As depression struck the new nation in the mid-1780s, new questions arose about the nature of American democracy.

Topic: United States Constitution

 

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As depression struck the new nation in the mid-1780s, new questions arose about the nature of American democracy. Many conservatives believed that the answer lay in a stronger national government. Most radicals believed it was up to the states to relieve the financial burden of the people. These sentiments fostered a movement for a new constitution. Political differences soon stimulated the creation of political parties. Compare and contrast the Articles of Confederation with the new Constitution of 1787. What were the strengths and weaknesses of the Articles vis-à-vis the Constitution? Give specific instances that demonstrate the weakness of the Articles (such as the Western problem). Then analyze the drafting of the Constitution, using specific details to show how the various states (slave vs. free, east vs. west) compromised in order to effectively draft a constitution. Pay particular attention to Roger Sherman’s plan, the Great Compromise, which broke a stalemate that could have been fatal to the development of the new Constitution. Finally, compare and contrast the debate over ratification between the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. Make sure you cite specific examples from the Federalist Papers to support the Federalist position and contrast it with leading proponents of the opposition (such as John Hancock). Analyze how the debate over a bill of rights illustrates the differences between the two parties. Evaluate the relative success of the Bill of Rights in achieving an effective balance between national and states’ interests. This paper must be four to five double-spaced pages in length (not including the References page) and utilize no less than four academic quality sources. Margins should be no more than one inch (right and left) and the essay should be composed in an appropriate font and size. Sources must be documented and cited using APA format.

Topic: M3D1: Working a Work Plan Public Health Paper details:

Topic: M3D1: Working a Work Plan Public Health

 

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Module 3 Introduction Public health practitioners refer to the goals, objectives, and activities of a public health program or intervention as a work plan. (Sometimes the personnel responsible for each activity are included too.) Although nuances of work plans vary by industry, they are a fairly ubiquitous tool. Many different types of business, organizations, and individuals use work plans as they work toward long-term goals. In fact, you’ve probably used a work plan before too.. Discussion Please join us here in our first discussion as we begin our exploration of using a work plan. The American Heart Association (AHA) is a national organization dedicated to building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. The AHA asks you to help them with their next national campaign to encourage physical activity – specifically walking – among adults with high blood pressure. Their goal is to increase the average number of minutes per week spent walking among adults with high blood pressure. They want to implement activities that will align community and public policy factors to support physical activity. Describe at least one activity that you think will help the AHA achieve its goal. Identify at least one potential barrier to implementing that activity and describe how you will overcome it. (You can be creative, and don’t worry about cost.)

This week you are required to read the following selected material: Howitt, A. & Leonard, H. (2009). Managing Crises:

This week you are required to read the following selected material: Howitt, A. & Leonard, H. (2009). Managing Crises: Responses to Large-Scale Emergencies. CQ Press: Washington D.C. Specific Areas •Chapter 15: Security Planning for the 2004 Democratic National Convention (p. 567). •External Resources (to be researched by the students to support research paper). Students, This week you are responsible for authoring and submitting a research paper in which you will use applicable course materials and external researched sources to analyze and discuss a selected case bearing real-life implications. General Instructions In order to have your paper accepted, you need to comply with ALL of the following: 1.Produce a paper incorporating between 7-10 pages of solid discussion (excluding title page and “references” section). 2.Support your research paper with at least 15 solid scholarly sources (articles published in peer-reviewed journals, approved dissertations or theses, textbooks, official government reports, etc.). Note that due to the nature of the topic you will be using a variety of news articles. However, their role is to supplement (NOT TO SUBSTITUTE) your scholarly sources. 3.Do not use popular sources like Wikipedia, WebMD or blogs. 4.Format your paper from cover to cover according to APA rules (including your listed references). 5.Also, for EVERY statement in which you make a claim that is not based on information that you either witnessed or can be considered a common knowledge (e.g. Germany lost WWII), you MUST cite or disclose (according to APA rules) authorship of the sources from which you learned the proffered information. If most of your paper does not reflect the present rule, your paper will be rejected because it will either constitute a collage of personal opinions or an amalgamation of plagiarized (even if it is inadvertent) content. NOTE: citing the last sentence of a paragraph only supports that closing sentence and not the preceding sentences contained in the paragraph. 6.You must use headers and subheaders to adequately organize your discussion/paper. 7.ONLY use either Arial or Times New Roman letter style with a size 12 Font. 8.Use a limited amount of direct quotes or block quotes (direct quotes containing more than 40 words). Your paper should be double-spaced from cover to cover (adding unnecessary spacing will carry severe penalties in the final grade of the assignment). Specific Instructions After studying the strengths and weaknesses of the security planning process implemented for the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston (required weekly reading), you need to: •Describe in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the security plan implemented at the 2000 Democratic National Convention (DNC) held in Los Angeles, and the issues leading to continued clashes between protesters and security assets. •Based on the above, compare and contrast the operational challenges security planners faced during both the 2000 DNC and 2004 DNC events. •Explain how (not just what, but how) you would have attempted to avoid the emergency situations that affected the 2000 DNC. Your paper needs to include the following nomenclature (Formatted via APA rules) I. Title Page II. Body a. Introduction (use the title of your paper as your header here – not “Introduction”) b. Background c. The significance of the studied case(s) d. Discussion and Analysis e. Conclusions and Recommendations (Here you will present your final positions based on your discussion and analysis of the issues. Do not forget to include lessons learned, and underscore responsibilities that went unmet and the need to avoid the recurrence of such outcome) III. References (formatted alphabetically and according to APA rules) The attached material is from Howitt, A. & Leonard, H. (2009). Managing Crises: Responses to Large-Scale Emergencies. CQ Press: Washington D.C.

Subject: Women and gender studies Topic: “The Rocking Horse Winner

Subject: Women and gender studies

 

Topic: “The Rocking Horse Winner

 

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We’re writing a narrative the prompt is “Three months after Paul’s death, Hester has a conversation with Paul’s sister about Paul’s death and the fact that the house constantly reminds the family that there must be more money, there must be more money”. language and the demeanor should fit

Dissertation should be between 12,000 and 15,000 words Not included in the word count are everything before the first chapter

Here are some instructions to get started; this will help you stay on track and have a clear direction (you may find the document I attached useful, which is just a ‘template’ and your research might slightly deviate from it).

Length of the dissertation;

Dissertation should be between 12,000 and 15,000 words
Not included in the word count are everything before the first chapter; indented quotation (of more than 50 words); tables; figures; diagrams; reference list; appendices

Chapter one is the introduction, which is basically the extended proposal (Attached).

Chapter two is the literature review, where you will identify a gap or a problem, which you will be investigating. Literature review could help you to formulate hypotheses or propositions. This is more appreciated by examiners when a student is able to propose a model, propositions or hypotheses. You might have the different view, but what I am suggesting is the best way of doing research, which yields the highest grades.

You might need a Chapter Research Context, although it depends on the topic.

Chapter three is a chapter methodology, where you explain your chosen method, but more importantly why you have chosen this particular method. You have to justify this by comparing to other available methods. This is what examiners will be looking for.

Chapter four is the findings where you present the results of your investigation. This chapter does not contain any discussion. Chapter four is followed by the discussion (Chapter five). The discussion is based on your findings from Chapter four and the literature review that you covered in chapter two. Basically, at the beginning in Chapter Introduction you propose something and at the end (in Chapter Discussions) you confirm what you have found regardless whether your findings are positive or negative, regardless whether they support your propositions, model or hypotheses.

Finally, last chapter (six) is the conclusions, where you explain what you have done in this research, main findings, limitations of the study and very important – future research (what is that you haven’t done, and what is that someone else could do research on).

Send me chapter by chapter when they are ready. In the meantime please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any inquiries

Hope it helps.

Topic: Your gun control research should come from two media sources with very different political perspectives. You will be asked to examine and analyze the two media sources based on certain criteria.

Topic: Your gun control research should come from two media sources with very different political perspectives. You will be asked to examine and analyze the two media sources based on certain criteria.

 

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Please be objective ! This formal written assignment will require that you research a recent and relevant political event. YOUR RESEARCH SHOULD COME FROM TWO MEDIA SOURCES (WASHINGTON POST, FOX NEWS, ETC…) WITH VERY DIFFERENT POLITICAL PERSPECTIVES. YOU WILL BE ASKED TO EXAMINE AND ANALYZE THE TWO MEDIA SOURCES BASED ON CERTAIN CRITERIA. No first and second person. Minimize using third person as well. You must use proper in-text citation and include a Works Cited at the end of your assignment. This website provides proper citation information: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/ (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.) PROOFREADYOUR WORK. GRAMMATICAL ERRORS WILL AFFECT YOUR GRADE.

Paper details: The Final Assessment is a 4000 words paper divided into two parts.

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The Final Assessment is a 4000 words paper divided into two parts. It is strongly advised to start working on it early in the course. The aim of the Final Assessment is for you to demonstrate your understanding of key concepts in strategic management and your capacity to craft a professional document. It will be very good preparation for your dissertation. Part One (approx 3000 words) 1. Choose a concept/model in strategic management. You can choose the concept from the ones discussed in the course or you can choose another one. Examples of concepts are: core competencies, generic strategies, mergers and acquisitions, alliances, CSR, blue ocean strategy, etc. 2. Critically examine the concept: define the concept; identify when it was first discussed and what the arguments were for its creation; discuss how the concept then evolved by identifying the arguments for and against it over time and by noting any adaptations. 3. Explain how the concept fits today with other concepts of strategic management, and discuss how/if the concept is relevant or not to today’s business challenges. In Part One you must demonstrate you can research and develop a deep understanding of a concept by identifying, examining and challenging different views of it. You should reference a minimum of 10 academic sources: academic books and/or articles from academic journals that are peer-reviewed. This excludes textbooks, articles from business magazines and ‘popular’ books you may find in airport bookstores, but you can use these as additional supporting references if needed. All sources should be correctly referenced using the Harvard system, as for any professional academic document. Part Two (approx 1500 words) 4. Present a real life case study of the concept that you chose in Part One ‘in action’. You can use your own organisation or an organisation of your choice – we recommend you use an organisation you are personally familiar with as it will be easier for you to ‘see inside’ the organisation Part Two should be like a mini-case study where you will present the situation of the organisation you choose, the issues faced, and how the concept was or is being used to solve the issues and raise the general performance of the organisation. In Part Two, you must show you can integrate theory and practice. You do this by giving examples of the theory in action, and by evaluating the approach taken and how effective it was in delivering the desired results. By reflecting on events, you may even challenge the theory itself – From the events you describe, is the theory valid? How can it be improved? Your report for the Final Assessment will be graded using the University’s grading criteria of: Knowledge and Clarity of Reasoning; Interface between Theory and Practice in the Professional Context; Use of literature; Organisation of Material. Scripts that are excessively long (i.e. exceeding the 4500 word limit of the main report by more than 10%) will not be read beyond the point of the word limit; there is no minimum word limit. Do not put your name on the paper. The overall structure should be as follows: 1. Cover Page (1 page) 2. Table of Contents/List of Exhibits (1 page) 3. Executive Summary 4. Main Report (within the 4,000 word limit as above) 5. Exhibits (if any) 6. List of references

Subject: Religious studies Topic: Becoming a global Theologian Paper details:

Subject: Religious studies

 

Topic: Becoming a global Theologian

 

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Using the books I have read theology in the context of world Christianity by timothy C. Tennent and the book Practicing Christian Doctrine by Beth Felker Jones. Write of how my theology has developed in the light of the global theology brought to my attention in both these books. One strength and one weakens in seeking global theological input. Use the two books for reference and the Bible

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