The essay must be turned in to me.You must also prepare and submit an essay outline and bibliography on March 4, 2016, to formulate your topic, create a research plan, and receive critical feedback and suggestions, all of which will facilitate the completion of the essay project. Late submissions of the outline and bibliography will receive comments, but no grade. The outline and bibliography are worth 5% of your final grade. The essay is worth 30% of your final grade.Late Penalties: 5% will be deducted each day for essays turned in late. No essays will be accepted after April 13, 2016. Any not received by that date will receive a mark of 0%.Length: 10 pages, double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font. A cover page is not necessary and does NOT count towards the page minimum. Up to one-page bibliography can count towards the page minimum.Citations: Citations must be in footnotes, not in text. You WILL lose marks if you refuse to follow this instruction. These citations must include page numbers. If you do not know how to use footnotes in your word processor, ask me. The number of footnotes should average out to at least three per page.Evaluation: The essay is worth 30% of your total grade. It will be marked out of 60:-5 points for structure (e.g. does it have an introduction and conclusion; does it have a clear thesis; do ideas and paragraphs flow logically)-5 points for writing style: this includes spelling, grammar, clarity, conforming to the correct citation style (footnotes)-25 points for appropriate research effectively and correctly used and cited.-25 points for the argument: is it effective, convincing, logical, supported by your research and by the ancient texts you use.Each of these parts does not stand alone, however. Essays are more than the sum of their party. Sometimes a particularly strong argument can overcome weak research structure. On the other hand, pervasive problems in logical flow or sentence construction obscure good ideas and research. Therefore, the categories can have both positive and negative influences on each other. Give attention to the clarity of your writing, ensuring that the ideas you have are expressed effectively and that the evidence supports any statements you make. Make sure to take into account even evidence that does not support your point. Your essay will be stronger if you address conflicting facts and reconcile them to your argument or convincingly dismiss them.It will be necessary to do research beyond your course readings to write on these topics.You must use a minimum of three secondary (modern) sources and two primary (ancient)sources in your paper. Try to avoid using modern sources that are more than twenty-five years old, as the information and approach may be out of date, particularly in the case of scholarship written before 1970. Course notes for this class or any other class areNOT an acceptable secondary source.If you submit a complete draft before midnight on March 21, 2016, I will return it to you with suggestions for improvement.Citing your sources: In this essay, you are expected to cite your sources, both primary(ancient) and secondary (modern), in footnotes and to compile a bibliography. In-text citations are not acceptable. Your word processor program will automatically create footnotes for you with the insert footnote function. You may find it helpful to follow the template for Chicago Style footnotes and bibliography. For more information on the Chicago Style, check the Chicago Style Manual (15th edition, copies are available in the university library and online).Internet sources: Do not use internet sources such as Wikipedia.com or other –potentially even more unreliable – websites, including blogs. They will not be accepted as secondary (modern) sources. Instead, use respectable secondary (modern) sources; that is, use monographs and scholarly articles (you will find them in your Concordia libraries and via JSTOR). If you have any questions about whether a source is acceptable, ask me.Essay topicsThese are general and broad topics. Your essay will not address every single aspect of the topic you choose. Instead, you will formulate a specific thesis about the topic that your essay will prove through argumentation and analysis based on examples from the primary sources.1) Writing from the perspective of Mark Antony, compose a response to Cicero’sSecond Philippic. You must refute specific claims made by Cicero in his speech and make counter-claims attacking Cicero. You must base your response information from primary texts about the two men. Your writing should also show some awareness of common Roman rhetorical techniques and Roman cultural values and political practices.2) How do Cicero and Catullus use discourse involving different aspects of love and hate to illustrate what it means to be (and not to be!) a man in Roman society?What type(s) of masculinity do they approve or disapprove of? Why? To what extent do their authorial personae conform to Roman standards of masculinity?3) Compare and contrast the depiction of gods, heroes, and religious rites Ovid's love poetry (the Amores and the Art of Love) and in Vergil’s Aeneid.Which gods and heroes figure in the different types of poetry? Why? Are there any that are surprising? Why? How do the poets treat Roman (or proto-Roman)religious rites?If you wish to write on any other topic, it must be approved by the professor first.
The greatest value in a course such as VoIP Telephony comes from applying the concepts, theories, applications, and devices explored throughout the class. This project gives you an opportunity to select a topic in which you are interested and apply concepts and applications from readings, exercises, current devices, and class discussions. The course project allows you to apply the tools from the course to assess a problem, diagnose its sources, and recommend a course of action. In developing the project, assume that your manager has requested a thorough analysis and a recommended course of action for a problem that could be resolved by a VoIP application. Some examples are a deployment plan for a VoIP solution, recommendation for specific VoIP solution, or a marketing plan for a VoIP application. Think of yourself as a consultant. Tackle a VoIP problem in a specific organization of interest to you. Course project preparation This term paper gives you an opportunity to select a topic in which you are interested and apply concepts and applications from readings, exercises, current best practices, and class discussions. Write a term paper in which you introduce the issue, define the problem, search the literature, analyze the problem, offer possible solutions, propose a single solution, develop an implementation plan, and justify why/how your solution will solve the identified problem. Your VoIP/IP Telephony project will be objectively evaluated based on the following criteria. To facilitate your Network Design Project's creation, please utilize the following four (4) sections as subheadings. The "Writing Quality and Flow" is the last section (worth 30 points) on which you will be evaluated… as it relates to the other four sections. Introduction *Must be 1.5-2 pages* Provide a complete description of the topic you selected, and identify the specific IP Telephony/VoIP issues. In this section, spend time defining and describing your project and present background/facts that will enable the reader to clearly understand the topic. Providing a thorough understanding and clear articulation of the project's topic is critical to the successful development of the rest of your project. The Introduction should help the reader envision the project and how you propose to accomplish it. The Project statement *Must be 2-3 pages* The project's problem statement should be the driving force behind the project. It should include the purpose or specific result expected from the project and achieved through the project objectives and activities. It should include the criteria against which everything done on the project is measured. A good problem statement is specific, measurable, and realistic. The problem statement should not change during the course of the project. Identify and clearly state the problem(s) and issues. If there appears to be more than one problem/issue, decide if they are separate or related issues. Analysis *Must be 3.5-5 pages* A significant section of the project is providing a detailed description of the causes of the problem/issue(s) that you have defined in the Problem Statement section. Be sure the causes you identify relate directly to the problem/issue. You must effectively apply course material. Integrate your findings from your review of the literature in your analysis. Discuss the concepts, ideas, or insights that are most valuable in helping you make sense of your project. This is not a course in applied commonsense, so support your analysis with appropriate research. This section should tie together the problem statement and project goals. Cite all sources. This section and the implementation plan are the most important sections of your project. Start thinking this through as soon as you have defined your problem statement. It is important to spend significant time in working through this section of the plan. Recommended Solution & Implementation *Must be 3-4.5 pages* Explore the solution(s) that could be appropriate to solve the identified problem/issue(s). Be sure the solution(s) is/are logical based on your analysis and that the solution(s) would effectively treat the problems, not the symptoms. Also, discuss the anticipated outcomes (both positive and negative) of implementing each of the possible solution(s) you identified. Describe exactly what should be done and how it should be done, including by whom, with whom, and in what sequence. Your implementation plan should include any recommendations you may have for the manager, a high level timeline, and identify any risks. This section should also contain a fallback plan if the proposed implementation should fail. This section should be developed in conjunction with the analysis section. This section will describe, in words, how the manager will implement your proposed solution. References You must use no less than six (6) resources outside your textbook. Cite all sources. All references must be cited in two places: within the text and on a references list. Choose references judiciously and cite them accurately.
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The Mueller-O’Keefe Memorial Home and Retirement Village does not currently have a written mission statement, although it is said that everyone knows what it is. In your opinion, is a mission statement needed? Why or why not? How does the religion of the majority of the board members affect the way the Home is run? If applicable, how can a mission statement benefit the organization with regards to planning, development, and achievement? Mr. Polk believes that growth should not be obtained through debt. Instead, he would like to know how the home might best use their available funds to meet the needs of their community. In order to expand on the home’s services, how should funding be used to improve service and care? If you feel this is not realistic, what other funding sources could be used? What can be done to improve organizational structure, reporting, and communication within this organization? What are other management leaders needed? Is it wise to expand Mueller-O’Keefe without fixing the management infrastructure? Why or why not? Should Mueller-O’ Keefe increase their pricing to be in line with the pricing of other facilities? Are lower pricing options attracting people to the facility, and in turn, increasing the demand artificially? What lies in the future for the facility if financial practices continue as they are? How would you make the resident living and other plans introduced for onsite living homes sustainable? Considering that this is the long-range planning committee, which of Cantwell's options do you think would be most beneficial to the CCRC and why? Which has the least chance of being accepted by the committee and why? How do you feel about Cantwell’s analysis on what units should be expanded? In this case, what is meant by “seat of the pants’ decision making? If a consensus is not reached regarding strategic planning and guidance for the future, what are some potential drawbacks that the organization may face?
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The paper responds of the following questions and must demonstrate your ability yo comprehend, explian and discuss the question’s topic and its key concepts and how they relate to Australian identity. The assessment must engage at least four sources of scholarship (journal article and/or book chapters) that are directly relevant to the topic. Use Chicago 16th references. Question: Discuss Australia’s national identity from the perspective of indigenous Australians.
The RN to BSN program at Grand Canyon University meets the requirements for clinical competencies as defined by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), using nontraditional experiences for practicing nurses. These experiences come in the form of direct and indirect care experiences in which licensed nursing students engage in learning within the context of their hospital organization, specific care discipline, and local communities. This assignment consists of both an interview and a PowerPoint (PPT) presentation. Assessment/Interview Select a community of interest. It is important that the community selected be one in which a CLC group member currently resides. Students residing in the chosen community should be assigned to perform the physical assessment of the community. Perform a direct assessment of a community of interest using the "Functional Health Patterns Community Assessment Guide." Interview a community health and public health provider regarding that person's role and experiences within the community. Interview Guidelines Interviews can take place in-person, by phone, or by Skype. Complete the "Provider Interview Acknowledgement Form" and submit with the group presentation. Develop one set of interview questions to gather information about the role of the provider in the community and the health issues faced by the chosen community. Compile key findings from the interview, including the interview questions used, and submit with the group presentation. PowerPoint Presentation Within your group, create a PowerPoint presentation of 15-20 slides (slide count does not include title and reference slide) describing the chosen community interest. Include the following in your presentation: Description of community and community boundaries: the people and the geographic, geopolitical, financial, ethnic, and phenomenological features of the community as well as types of social interactions, common goals and interests, barriers, and challenges. Summary of community assessment. Summary of interview with community health/public health provider. A conclusion summarizing your key findings and a discussion of your impressions of the general health of the community. In addition to submitting this assignment in the LoudCloud dropbox, email a copy of your submission to [email protected] APA format is required for essays only. Solid academic writing is always expected. For all assignment delivery options, documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
The source code for Carray.h and ArrayDriver.cpp are on the web from a link on the class schedule for Tuesday (5/17/2016) and on Canvas under Files. You will notice that in the Carray class definition there are declarations for the + and += operators. Your task will be to write the definitions for these methods below in the file, with the other method definitions. Notice that the methods take in as a parameter a Carray &. Therefore, we are adding the array object to another array object. The operations are called from within main() with the statements:
The company is Whole Foods Market (corporate social responsibility) Decisions: Based on the potential business ethics and regulatory issues, what are the business decisions that you will need to make? What processes will be used to make these decisions? Culture: How will these decisions and processes impact business sustainability and elements of corporate culture such as corporate citizenship,philanthropy, community involvement, the environment, and causal support? Stakeholders: How will stakeholder groups be affected by these decisions and processes? For example, will any groups be alienated? community: Evaluate how the business ethics and regulatory issues will impact the community served by Whole Foods or the community where your business is located. Support your response with research in best practices in CSR.(corporate social responsibility) Global Environment: Evaluate how the business ethics and regulatory issues will impact the global environment of Whole Foods. Support your response with research in best practices in CSR.(corporate social responsibility) Requirements
The suspect is transported to the Investigative Division for interrogation. The suspect is interrogated by you, in the role of a Task Force Detective. Proper procedures for interrogation and a summary of the interrogation will need to be documented in your investigative report. Once again, graphic depictions of specific sex acts should not be included. Based on the statements made by the suspect and the other facts of the investigation, you, in the role of the detective, prepare to obtain a search warrant for the suspect’s residence and any computers located therein. In his statement, the suspect admits that he has tried to get “young girls” to come to his apartment to drink alcohol.
The final assignment for this course is an academic research article critique. The purpose of the critique is to ensure that you know how to read and critically assess research for use in your own research, to understand social problems in society, support decision making in public policy, or to influence one's own individual research approaches. Focus of the Final Paper Reading and critically analyzing academic research reported in journal articles is an important part of learning and applying scholarly research for multiple applications within your discipline. Through the first four weeks of this course, you have become more familiar with the various components of research design. For this final assignment, read and critically review one of the journal articles provided in the list by discipline (below). You may choose from any of the lists, however you will probably find one from your own discipline to be of greater interest to you and more useful for future reference. Choose one article from the list below and read it.Homeland Security and Emergency Management Haynes, M. R., & Giblin, M. J. (2014). Homeland security risk and preparedness in police agencies: The insignificance of actual risk factors.Police Quarterly, 17(1), 30-53. doi:10.1177/1098611114526017 Settles, T., & Lindsay, B. R. (2011). Crime in post-Katrina Houston: The effects of moral panic on emergency planning.Disasters, 35(1), 200-219. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7717.2010.01200.x Steelman, T. A., & Mccaffrey, S. (2013). Best practices in risk and crisis communication: Implications for natural hazards management.Natural Hazards, 65(1), 683-705. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11069-012-0386-z Military Studies Furia, S. R., & Bielby, D. D. (2009). Bombshells on film: Women, military films, and hegemonic gender ideologies.Popular Communication, 7(4), 208-224. doi:10.1080/15405700903046369 McClure, P., & Broughton, W. (2000). Measuring the cohesion of military communities.Armed Forces & Society(0095327X), 26(3), 473-12. Routon, P. W. (2014). The effect of 21st century military service on civilian labor and educational outcomes.Journal of Labor Research, (1), 15. Read the resource below. Learning Commons. (2013).Using a scientific journal article to write a critical review. University of Guelph. Retrieved from http://www.lib.uoguelph.ca/get-assistance/writing/specific-types-papers/using-scientific-journal-article-write-critical-review Employ the methods detailed in the Learning Commons resource to critique the article you selected in Step 1. At a minimum, the critique should include the following information: Introduction (about two pages)Summarize the article you chose, including discussions surrounding the purpose of the study, the methodology utilized, the results obtained, and the conclusions drawn by the author(s) utilizing questions posed in the reading. Utilize questions posed in the "Analyze the Text" section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section. You must include the full APA citation for the article in your references page. Body (about five pages)Determine both the strengths and weaknesses of each section of the paper (i.e., introduction, methods, results, discussion, overview). Use questions posed in the "Evaluate the Text" section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section. Conclusion (about three pages)Discuss the significance of the research. Utilize questions posed in the "Establish the Significance of the Research" section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section. Writing the Final Paper The Final Paper: Must be 8 to 10 double-spaced pages in length (excluding title and reference pages), and formatted according to APA style as outlined in theAshford Writing Center. Must include a title page with the following: Title of paper Student's name Course name and number Instructor's name Date submitted Must use at least two scholarly resources, including a minimum of one from the Ashford University Library. Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Article name : McClure, P., & Broughton, W. (2000). Measuring the cohesion of military communities.Armed Forces & Society(0095327X), 26(3), 473-12.
The student will be required to identify a problem in public administration. The paper should include an abstract, introduction, background on the issue, detailed presentation of the importance of the issue, discussion of possible solutions, and a recommendation for the solution. The paper should be 8-10 pages and include a minimum of five scholarly resources to support their work. Annotated bibliographies train the research-oriented student on the systematic process of formulating literature reviews that are used in technical reports, academic research and capstone projects. You may choose a topic of interest that pertains to public administration for the annotated bibliography. The citation style of your paper should be APA. You should include less than 10 sources, of which can only be from referred journal articles, books or book chapters. 2 Required Citation Sources are both ebooks that can be found at redshelf.com Milakovich & Gordon: Shafritz & Hyde: Here is a template of what it should look like in APA style.