Demonstrate your commitment to lifelong learning and professional service by researching professional organizations in public health. Form a plan of how you will be active in these organizations upon graduation and utilize the networking potential of atte

Demonstrate your commitment to lifelong learning and professional service by researching professional organizations in public health. Form a plan of how you will be active in these organizations upon graduation and utilize the networking potential of attending conferences to secure a career path in public health. Submit your 2-3 page plan

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Discuss the ways in which the dynamics (you pick the aspects to focus on) in "In Defense of Food" by…

Discuss the ways in which the dynamics (you pick the aspects to focus on) in “In Defense of Food” by Michael Pollan  ar e shaped by social institutions (you pick the institution(s) you will address) and social inequalities (you pick the inequalities you will address).  Explain the institutional context you are discussing; explain the inequalities you ar e discussing–present theoretical ar guments  and historical context.  Conclude your essay with a discussion about social health and the consequences of the dynamics you address in your essay, focusing on food and sustainability through the lens of “class struggle” (Marx) or “social solidarity” (Durkheim).

Your essay should have three references (the number of in te xt  citations  is up to you):

1.  Pollan

2. Marx or Durkheim

3. One other article (the PDF articles) of your choosing

Your essay should be as long or as short as it needs to be. 

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HRM 240 Week 7 Assignment Employee Benefits

HRM 240 Week 7 Assignment Employee Benefits

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BUS 330 week 5 Discussion 2

  

Ashford 6: – Week 5 – Discussion 2

 

Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.

 

     

Marketing   Ethics and Children

Describe ethical considerations with regard to marketing to children. When the marketers’ pitch includes a cause component, such as a breakfast cereal that promises to provide breakfasts to undernourished school children, explain whether this is ethical or unethical marketing.  You must use the text and at least one additional scholarly source.

Guided Response: 

Review several of your peers’ posts. Respond to at least two of your peers and provide recommendations to extend their thinking.  Challenge your peers by asking a question that may cause them to reevaluate their explanations.  Provide examples that support your peers’ explanations or that provide a different perspective.

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BOOK FROM CHEGG

BOOK FROM CHEGG

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ENG 122 week 4 DQ 1

  

Ashford 5: – Week 4 – Discussion 1

 

Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.

 

     

Final   Research Paper Draft – Peer Review

Paste your rough draft into the forum as your initial post by Day 3. After completing your initial post, review and critique the drafts of at least two of your classmates. You may formulate your critique as a Toulmin analysis of the paper, but be sure to focus on the thesis statement, topic sentences/paragraphs, research integration, fallacies, and the conclusion. It is not necessary to point out typos or spelling errors. Be open and honest with classmates as you help them improve their work. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ initial posts by Day 7 in 125 to 200 words per response. To help ensure that all of your classmates receive feedback, if possible, review at least one draft that has not yet been reviewed.

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MGT 448 Week 1 Individual Assignment Globalization Questionnaire

MGT 448 Week 1 Individual Assignment Globalization Questionnaire

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Field Observation

Assignment 2: Field Observation (25 points):

Due no later than 11:55p ET on Sunday of Week 5 

Purpose: The purpose of this two-step exercise is for you to conduct inductive and deductive research using qualitative methods. 

Note: it is important that you conduct the observations as two distinct events during this class; ‘recalling’ past observations is not the same as purposefully observing your surroundings from a sociological perspective, and applying two different types of reasoning to one observation will not be ‘truthful’ or successful.

The purpose of this exercise if for you to observe one social setting  or social artifact  to begin to detect patterns in human behavior – observance of norms and potentially behaviors that deviate from the norm.  This week’s exercise includes two parts.  First, without any prep work, you will need to go to one public place (or conduct content analysis with your social artifact) and observe the people/artifact for 25 minutes.  Social Setting: Note people’s behavior, their demeanor, their reactions/interactions to/with each other.  Social artifact: from second to second (for TV), or page to page (for print), Note themes, sounds (i.. music), texture of page (i.e. ads in magazine), etc.  Second, you will develop a research design with research problem, hypothesis and operational definitions for variables; then you will conduct another 25 minutes of observations.Disclaimer Originality of attachments will be verified by Turnitin. Both you and your instructor will receive the results.

 

Part 1

1)      Choose whether or not you will be conducting non-participant observation in a social setting, or content analysis of a social artifact

a.       Social setting: this should be a public place such as a park, mall, restaurant, etc.

b.      Social artifact: this may be ads in a particular magazine; one television show, a time-block of commercials, etc.

2)      For your inductive approach, you will simply choose a time and location/artifact for where you are going to conduct your observations

3)       

a.       Social Setting: Go to the specified location and proceed with your observations. 

                                                              i.      You must be a keen social observer; a ‘peeping Tom’ in the sociological sense.  Take handwritten (recommended) and/or mental notes of: 

1.      details about your chosen location (time of day, lighting, furniture, plants, sounds, temperature, smell, vibe/energy, etc)

2.      the people around you, not only their behavior but general information about their sociodemographic characteristics (age, race/ethnicity, gender, SES, etc);

3.      your thoughts and feelings while making observationsSocial Artifact: At a specified time (i.e. when a particular show is), carefully observe your social artifact

                                                              i.      Content analysis provides a sustained, systematic way to observe and measure the portrayal of that reality, as opposed to the quick, impressionistic way that we normally read consume media.   Take handwritten notes of:

1.      Details about the setting in the images you see (lighting, furniture, background, vibe/energy portrayed); if audio-visual (note sounds such as pitch of voice, music, etc)

2.      Note details about the people portrayed, not only their behavior but general information about their sociodemographic characteristics (age, race/ethnicity, gender, SES, sexuality);

4)      When you have returned from you observation, type up your notes.  Review your notes for patterns in behavior, socio-demographic characteristics, etc. 

5)      Write-up your observations using ‘thick description’ of the location (i.e. building you were in (what is the architecture like), descriptions of people there (in terms of socio-demographic characteristics: age, race/ethnicity, gender, socio-economic status), sounds, smells, temperature, time of day and week, etc);

6)      Analyze trends you identified in your observations/content analysis.  What is a possible sociological/theoretical explanation for the trends you observed?  This is best done by using sources to provide credibility to your analyses.

 

Part 2

7)       Based on your initial observations and written analyses, develop a specific research problem/question to be further investigated (i.e. the variation in behavior of males versus females when entering a store with a glass store front)

8)      Identify the key variables you are going to be investigating, and develop an operational definition for each of them  (this should include at least two variables, but not more than four). Your operational definitions will help to provide parameters for how record variations in your observations.

9)      Write a hypothesis for what you expect to observe in your second round of observations.

10)  Repeat observations/content analysis

a.       Social Setting – this should be done at the same social setting at approximately the same time of day (if you can do this one week later on the same day, it would be great!)

b.      Social Artifact – this should be done at the same time (if commercial block), or with the same show, or with a different issue of the same magazine , etc.

11)  When you have returned from you observation, type up your notes.  Review your notes for patterns in behavior, socio-demographic characteristics, etc. and how they corresponded with your expectations/hypothesis 

12)  Describe observations using ‘thick description’ of the location (i.e. building you were in (what is the architecture like), descriptions of people there (in terms of socio-demographic characteristics: age, race/ethnicity, gender, socio-economic status), sounds, smells, temperature, time of day and week, etc);

13)  Analyze your observations in terms of how they supported/did not support your hypothesis. 

14)  What is a possible sociological/theoretical explanation for the trends you observed?  This is best done by using sources to provide credibility to your analyses.

15)  Discuss the differences between your inductive observations and your deductive observations.  How did the way you were observing change?  How did what you observed change?

16)  Briefly describe your thoughts/feelings in the two steps.  Did you prefer one approach to the other?  Why/why not?

 

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ENG 122 week 1 Discussion 1

  

Ashford 2: – Week 1 – Discussion 1

 

Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.
 

     

What   Is an Argument?

  

 

Prepare 

As you prepare to write your first   discussion this week, take a few moments to do the following: Read “An Introduction to        Argument.” Read the sample essay, “Flag Burning.” Review the grading rubric for this discussion.

 

Reflect

Before drafting your initial post,   take time to reflect on the idea of argument in an academic setting. Think   about your own natural communication style and your typical behavior in an   argument. Are you typically calm and logical when making an argument? Do you   tend to appeal to emotion? Do you often get frustrated when trying to prove   your point? Think critically about your personal communication style and its   effectiveness in an academic setting.

 

Write (due Thursday, Day 3)

In 200 to 300 words, describe   argument in your own words. Include the roles of the four basic elements of   an argument in your description. Give an example of an argument you have   experienced and identify the claims, evidence, counterargument, and rebuttal   used.  If you cannot think of an        example from your own life, you may analyze the persuasive student        paper, Flag Burning, from the Ashford Writing        Center instead. You must identify claims, evidence, counterarguments,        and rebuttals present in the student paper. Be sure to include any        questions or confusion you have regarding rhetoric, argument, and the        Classic/Rogerian styles.

 

Respond to Peers (due Monday, Day 7)

In 125 to 200 words each, respond   to at least two classmates. In each response, address your classmate’s   questions and concerns with information from class and your own research or   web search. Then, analyze your classmate’s description of argument and   provide additional information or share examples of the basic elements of an   argument.

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BUS 303 week 1 Discussion 2

  

Ashford 2: – Week 1 – Discussion 2

 

Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.

 

     

SWOT   Environmental Scanning

  In 200 to 250 words, conduct a basic SWOT analysis of an organization or department to which you belong. How do you see these factors affecting the direction of HR? Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by Day 7.

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