Women's activism in the abolitionist movement challenged the concepts of the "True Woman" and separate spheres in two fundamental ways: first, it moved women into the previously all-male public/political sphere; and second, it led some women to question their own subordinate status.
Your historical essay should use evidence from the documents provided to answer the central question, Which of the consequences of female activism do you think played the most significant role in leading American women to organize for women's rights--the movement of women into the previously all male public/political sphere or the willingness of some women to question their own subordinate status? Why?
The thesis statement should be located and within the introduction to your essay. You may choose one of the following thesis statements to respond to the central question:
The evidence suggests that the consequence of female abolitionist activism that played the the most significant role in leading American women to organize for women's rights was the movement of women into the previously all-male public/political sphere.
The evidence suggests that the consequence of female abolitionist activism that played the the most significant role in leading American women to organize for women's rights was the willingness of some women to question their own subordinate status.
The body of your paper should use evidence from the six primary sources on the following pages to tell the reader why your chosen thesis statement is valid.
As you read through the documents, employ the historical thinking skills you have learned in class:
Sourcing -- Who wrote this document? What is the author's perspective? Why was this document written?
Contextualization -- How might the circumstances in which this document was created affect its contents?
Corroboration -- What do other documents say? Do the documents agree? If not, why?What documents are most reliable?
Close reading -- What claims does the author make? What evidence does the author use? What language does the author use to persuade the document's audience?
Historical Essay Details:
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2-3 pages in length
DO NOT put an extra space between paragraphs
Times New Roman, 12 pt. font
Proof read your paper for errors
Use past tense
Any evidence of plagiarism or cheating of any kind will result in a “0” for the assignment
You will submit TWO copies of your paper. One copy will be electronic and one will be a hard copy.
Electronic copy: Place your name and the class section in the upper-right corner of the first page.
Physical copy: Identify your degree program (AA, AS or AAT) in the upper-right corner of the first page of your submitted work—do not include your name, your instructor's name, or the class section.
The objective of the Composition II final exam is for you to demonstrate your mastery of some of the key skills you’ve practiced throughout the quarter: critical reading, summary, analysis of rhetorical elements, and making and supporting your own claim. This exam is worth 5% of your total grade for ENGL1020. You may use our textbook, a dictionary, a thesaurus, or any class materials you find helpful. Do not research what others say about Smith’s article. I am only interested in your thoughts.
This final is based on the source reading: “The Simple Action You Can Take Right Now to Change Your Life. All You Need Is a Pen” by Emily Esfahani Smith link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/inspired-life/wp/2017/05/15/the-incrediblysimple-action-you-can-take-right-now-to-change-your-life-you-just-need-apen/?utm_term=.7300a963b0eb Be sure to include an MLA Works Cited page that documents the bibliographic information for the source reading. When you are finished, upload your file into two places in the Moodle shell.
1) the Final Exam link, and 2) the Final Exam turnitin.com link. This essay comes from a newspaper that has a web edition. INSTRUCTIONS: Write a single 2-3 page essay that that has two parts. The first part is your rhetorical analysis of the source reading. The rhetorical analysis section must briefly summarize the source reading, then examine the author’s purpose, audience and cultural context for the piece, and analyze the author’s use of rhetorical appeals (about one page long for this part of your essay).
Then in the second part, continue your essay by transitioning into your own claim in response to the source reading. As your essay continues, focus on “talking back” to 2-3 of the author’s specific points. Support your argument with evidence from the reading, as well as employing appeals to shape your own argument. (This part of your essay should be 1-2 pages long).
Your final analysis response essay must: Have a useful, specific title for your essay that suggests your stance in the response Use summary and appropriate support from the text through direct quotations and paraphrases Employ MLA style for format, in-text citations, and a Works Cited page Display writing at the college level regarding language, usage, and mechanics
There are several steps to this activity and each part counts towards the total points. Once you post, you will have a 1 hour window before you can see any of your classmates' post. For this assignment, you will be required to do some research from the library. If you are unsure of how to access the LSU library resources, you can read the GROK article.
Step 1: At the end of these instructions is an image with letters representing valuable components of the diagram. In this post, write each letter and then identify each with the correct label for the diagram from the table below (Example: A-term). Next, move to Step 2.
Items to Correspond with Letters to Identify on Diagram
Fractions as designated species
Step 2: Evaluate the significance that primary productivity has on the concentration of dissolved CO2 in the water column and write of your findings with examples.
Step 3: Explain the significance of the figure. Relate the significance to the broader context of environmental chemistry including external research with a peer-reviewed citation. For library information, refer to the course syllabus.
Below is the diagram to begin Step 1. Click the "add a question" button at the bottom of the page to get started.
image to label for activity
Q1.Show the effects of the following independent shocks on the exchange
rate in the foreign exchange market diagram when the exchange rate is
floating. Show it by graph
c. Suppose investors believe the equilibrium exchange rate is given
by the PPP exchange rate. Estimates of the real exchange rate Q are released
that show Q > 1.
Q2. Analyze the effects of the following independent shocks on the short
and long run rates of depreciation of the domestic currency.
a. investors believe the foreign central bank will reduce reduces its
money growth rate but the actual money growth rate is unchanged.
b. the domestic central bank decides to create a long term fall in the
Define the first term- Ksp
Define the second term- PhaseTransport in relation to environmental pollution
Describe in detail the relationship between the two terms( Solubility Product Constant-Ksp and Phase transport. How pollutant is moving from one phase to others( phase are: air, water, soil/sediment, and Biota) most of this movement are dissolution, volatilization, diffusion, hydrolysis, redox acid-base reaction, etc
air-water interface movement, and water-sediment interface, generally how pollutant move between the phase
Within this course, you will submit parts of a research paper in each unit that will come together in Unit VII as the complete project. Review the Course Project Guidance document, which outlines all of the work you will submit for the course and provides a template for the final paper. Reviewing the document will provide insight and mental preparation for the scope of the course since the assignments will build upon one another. It also introduces the scenario you will utilize for every assignment in this course. Review the Sun Coast Remediation Data Files document. This document will be the source of data for your project, however, you will not begin working with the data until Unit IV. Note: The template provided is for the Unit VII Research Paper; you will submit parts of this paper in each unit. See the templates in each unit assignment.
For the Unit I assignment, you will use what you learned about research methodologies, primary and secondary sources, and reviewing literature to develop a literature review. This literature review will become part of the final course project due in Unit VII. Please access and utilize the template for this assignment.
Review articles in the CSU Online Library databases and other credible resources to locate six peer-reviewed, scholarly articles that relate to the Sun Coast business problems identified in the Course Project Guidance document. The articles you use should help inform your knowledge about the issues you are trying to solve for Sun Coast. The articles should also be quantitative research articles from primary and secondary sources. Try including words like correlation, regression, t test, and ANOVA in your keyword search criteria.
The article discussion should include the qualifications of the authors, purpose of the studies, research methodologies and designs used, results from the studies, and explanations of how the articles relate to Sun Coast’s problem. Ensure that you also describe how you believe the research made a positive organizational impact.
The title and reference pages do not count toward the page requirement for this assignment. This assignment should be a minimum of two pages in length, follow APA-style formatting and guidelines, and use references and citations as necessary.
Refer to the Course Project Guidance document for insight. For assistance in creating your literature review, reach out to the Writing Center
This assignment provides the opportunity for you to practice designing different foundation types under advanced conditions and researching the necessary standards and codes.
1 - Design geotechnical structures to current codes under advanced conditions.
5 - Demonstrate understanding of the interaction between superstructure and substructure
This is an academic exercise based on the working information and constraints for a real geographical location.
You are appointed as geotechnical engineer to calculate and fulfil all requirements to build a family house on steep terrain. The house, designed by an architect, is presented in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Family house
The house has been specially designed for the terrain described below. Two boreholes indicated by V1 and V2 were drilled at this location, as shown in Figure 2, and the results are presented in Tables 1 and 2. This is only the nomenclature and it is expected that the geotechnical engineer will provide this information as borehole nomenclature according to the appropriate standard. The architect has determined that it would be safe to build the house on 8 piles. The piles are indicated by H01-H08. The distance between pile H01 and H02 is 20 m. The distance between piles H03-H08 is 3.6 m. The perpendicular distance between piles H03-H08 and piles H01-H02 is 5.2 m.
The load of the house should be assumed according to your preferences of the building material (bricks, wood, etc…). Consider variable loads if applicable.
The architect would like to sell this design to other locations around the world. As an expert in geotechnics, you should find one location where it would be possible to build this house and justify your selection.
Figure 2: Topographic map
The results from boreholes V1 and V2 are presented in Tables 1 and 2 and SPT was performed.
Table1: SPT results from V1
What you should hand in:
The level of the water table should be assumed where SC is indicated as wet.
Make use of the lecture notes and other appropriate references to estimate any additional parameters and correlation charts / formulae that you may need. The design should be based on Eurocode 7 and other current standards in use (British standard)
A report of no more than 2000 words (references, lists of content, figures, tables, etc are excluded), including hand-written calculations/typed up calculations and referencing appropriate to the Harvard format. The report should be submitted via Canvas.
It should be clear, concise and easy to read. It should contain all the vital information. Citations should be provided where appropriate in Harvard format.
Establishment of potential ground types/assumptions for site (20%)
You should provide the ground type according to the data provided in the assignment and any additional assumed geotechnical parameters needed for calculations. Provide the borehole nomenclatures and the cross-section of the terrain and all other information needed for the successful construction of the family house on steep slope. You should also search for a potential location where this type of family house could be built and justify the selection of the terrain. Focus on the ground type, only.
State any issues that could impact the design. State how this has influenced your choice of foundation and therefore the likely implications for the design of the foundation type.
Independent research (15%)
This requires you to demonstrate the extent of any investigation you have undertaken as to the standards needing to be followed to design the foundation accurately.
Detailed design (40%)
Use this section to specify the likely loadings the foundation may be under, the size, shape and nature of the foundation with calculations showing that the foundation will be able to support all the forces necessary to the appropriate European codes. Hand calculations should be shown and scanned into the document and either be referenced in the main body or be available to be checked in the appendices. A significant penalty on this section will be given for no hand calculations.
How has your thinking developed over the assignment? Are there any other design options that may be viable? What problems may you encounter on site that could affect the successful completion of the project? Are there any ways to mitigate those risks?
Question 1: The glucocorticoid receptor recognizes cortisol and other steroid hormones, which triggers its association with DNA and affecting the transcription of several genes. The glucocorticoid receptor (GRE) is upregulated in several types of cancer, notably various lymphomas. Accordingly, the GRE is an attractive target for treating cancer, as disruption of GRE binding to DNA would result in downregulation of the associated genes. (A) The consensus sequence for GRE recognition of DNA is provided below. Such DNA sequences may be selectively recognized by distamycin-inspired polyamides (see Lecture 3-1). Design a polyamide sequence using the three monomers (Py, Im, Hyp) below that could target the E-box consensus sequence (8 points). Hint: It may be useful to consult Dervan, Bioorg. Med. Chem., 2001, 9, 2215. GRE Recognition Sequence: 5′-GGTACA-3′ 3′-CCATGT-5′ (B) In order to assess whether or not the polyamide is successfully preventing GRE-regulated genes, a worthwhile experiment would be administration of the polyamide to lymphoma cells in culture and detection of transcribed RNA. In this case, reduction of transcripts of GRE-regulated genes may indicate successful disruption of its recognition of DNA. Briefly describe the steps necessary to determine whether GRE regulated RNA transcripts are affected by the designed polyamide, including any appropriate control(s). (7 points) Question 2: Staudinger ligations (the reaction between an azide and triphenylphosphine, see below) are a useful biorthogonal reaction. However, the reaction suffers from a slow second-order rate constant, often leading to incomplete reactions over timescales relevant (minutes to hours) for the covalent modification of biological molecules. One possibility to improve the reaction kinetic behavior is the development of catalysts capable of increasing the reaction rate. (A) Suppose you were tasked with generating an RNA catalyst (ribozyme) capable of catalyzing the Staudinger ligation reaction. Briefly describe the steps necessary to generate a ribozyme capable of catalyzing this reaction. For full credit, include a means of isolating catalytically active RNAs during your selection process. Hint: Recall the selection of a Diels-Alder ribozyme. (8 points) (B) Unfortunately, early attempts by your lab have failed to successfully crystallize or NMR characterize the threedimensional structure of the generated ribozyme catalyst. As an enterprising researcher, you are aware that at least a rough “solvent exposure,” map can be generated by reaction of the ribozyme with a SHAPE reagent like NMIA. Briefly describe how this process works. (7 points)
Question 3: Non-natural nucleobases have been explored as a potential means to alter the heritable information of living organisms or to potentially engineer novel function(s) into living cells. Consider the use of non-natural nucleobases in addressing the questions below. (A) Early research on the incorporation of non-natural nucleobases into DNA duplexes observed that including nucleobases into a short DNA duplex as a 5’-overhang led to an increase in melting temperature based on the base structure. Explain the trend in observed melting temperatures below, keeping in mind the physical interactions that govern biomolecule stability and that in regular dsDNA the bases stack on top of one another within each strand. (8 points) (B) Non-natural nucleobases have been proposed as a means to expand the genetic code of living organisms. This genetic code expansion can then be exploited for the incorporation of non-natural amino acids into proteins. Compare the utility of this method to (1) suppression of endogenous nonsense or “stop,” codons, such as the rarest nonsense codon UAG (Amber); (2) genetic code expansion through the translation of four-base codons (Chin, et al. Nat. Chem., 2014, 6, 393). Hint: Consider that the natural genetic code includes 4 nucleobases, with 3 in sequence per amino acid or 43 = 64 possible codons. Additionally, consider the potential permanency of “encoding,” non-natural functions and refer to the work of Romesberg, Nature, 2014, 509, 385. (7 points)
Question 4: The RNA interference (RNAi) pathway was discovered in C. elegans in 1993 and has since rapidly developed towards therapeutic applications, including the first approved RNAi therapeutic in August of 2018. Use your understanding of RNAi and its therapeutic applications to answer the questions below. (A) Compare and contrast the short interfering RNA (siRNA) and micro-RNA (miRNA) processes. In what ways are these two RNAi pathways similar? In what ways do they differ? (8 points) (B) Suppose you work for a pharmaceutical company developing an RNAi therapeutic. What considerations would you need to make to ensure proper selection of the desired single-stranded RNA (from a double-stranded RNA duplex) as the “guide,” RNA? What modifications would be made to the passenger strand in order to ensure that it is not used as the guide strand by RISC? How could you confirm the activity of your RNAi therapeutic in a cell culture model? (7 points)
Question 5: Gene editing technologies have significant implications for human health, particularly with respect to the potential elimination of heritable genetic disease. Use your knowledge of gene editing methods and DNA targeting to answer the questions below. (A) The use of CRISPR/Cas systems has greatly impacted genetic manipulation relative to previous gene-editing methods such as zinc fingers (ZFs) and transcription activator like effectors (TALEs). Compare/contrast CRISPR/Cas9 with ZFs and TALEs. Relative to these earlier systems, what is different about CRISPR/Cas9? What are the primary advantages of CRISPR/Cas9 for gene editing? (8 points) (B) Cas9 utilizes two domains to cleave target DNA. The RuvC domain (light blue, below) cleaves the unhybridized ssDNA, while the HNH domain (pink, below) is responsible for cleavage of the second DNA strand as its part of a RNA-DNA hybrid duplex (where RNA is responsible for recognizing the target DNA). (1) Based on the model below, propose two mutations that would inactivate Cas9 nuclease activity. (2) Propose a use for this nucleaseinactive “dead,” Cas9; you may consider fusion to an effector domain, but that may not be required for a practical use. (7 points)
Question 6: Below is information extracted from the crystal structure of E. coli tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase with tyrosine bound in the active site (PDB: 1X8X). Note: Active-site amino acids interacting with the bound amino acid are given by single-letter amino acid code and primary sequence position (e.g. D182 indicates aspartate at the 182nd position in the primary sequence). Using this structural information and your knowledge of protein translation, answer the questions below. Figure 1. Representations of tyrosine bound in the active site of E. coli tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase.
Left: Polar interaction map from PDB 1X8X from the RCSB protein databank. Blue dashed lines = hydrogen bonds; grey dashed lines = hydrophobic interactions. Middle: Space filling model of bound tyrosine (blue) from PDB 1X8X with nearby residues labeled. Right: Rotation of the space filling model of bound tyrosine (blue) at middle with nearby residues labeled. A. Suppose you wanted to engineer this synthetase to recognize propargyltyrosine (PpY, below) instead of tyrosine. What active site amino acid(s) would you mutate, and to which other amino acid? Briefly explain your choice(s). (7 points) B. Suppose you wanted to utilize your engineered synthetase to incorporate propargyltyrosine into a protein in response to a stop (TAG) codon during protein expression in mammalian cells in culture. Would this synthetase be suitable for use in mammalian cells? Why or why not? What other component(s) of the protein translational machinery would need to be engineered to accomplish your goal? (8 points)
Bonus Question (5 points): Peptide nucleic acids (PNAs) exhibit greater stability as heteroduplexes with DNA (i.e. PNADNA duplex) than does double-stranded DNA (i.e. DNA-DNA duplex). However, peptide nucleic acids lack charged groups, making them largely insoluble under near-physiological conditions in aqueous buffer. Provide (1) an explanation for the increased stability of PNA-DNA duplexes (hint: consider intermolecular forces). (2) Additionally, propose modification(s) of the PNA scaffold that could increase solubility without drastically reducing duplex stability.
2. Geological characteristics of tight gas reservoirs (should focuses in microstructure of tight gas reservoir)
3. relative permeability in tight gas reservoir( different types of permeability jail should be exhibited and discussed )
4. numerical model(In Chapter 4, you should describe the basic seepage theory of gas-water two-phase flow. It should also include numerical models built with Eclipse)
4.1 model with out edge-bottom water
4.2 model with edge- bottom water
5. the influence of the permeability jail on production
references should be from the recent studies
COVID-19 has impacted many and communities of color at a higher risk of issues stemming from the virus.
While the paper is general, it should highlight the impact of of COVID-19 on Mental Health in communities of color, contributing factors (unemployment, housing, social isolation, food insecurity), populations at risk and why. Policies and resources and what individuals can do daily in combating mental health should be included.
Make sure to include data/numbers to support information found and properly use references in text with explanations. Paper will be sent to turnitin for plagiarism.
The final assignment will be written using the following format:
a) an introduction that presents the purpose of the paper, the topic, and its importance;
b) a background that provides a more detailed explanation and foundation to your specific topic which may include geographical, social, political, or historical importance;
c) the literature review on your specific topic;
d) the discussion section which is the bulk of the paper where the topic is covered in depth;
e) and finally the conclusion which includes the important points covered in the findings, any new discoveries or thoughts based on the discussion, and questions raised or future work to be done in this area.
Make sure to Integrate class readings in the paper highlighting themes, important takeaways as it relates to literature review findings and topic.
***Readings have been uploaded***
Please note that I attached you all what you need which are the followings:
1- Sample project and analysis from our instructor which you need to follow specially the layout and arrangements.
2- the rubrics excel sheets which you need to take in concern as I need an A in this course please.
3- The main article that you need to relay on and use facts and other details from.
4- the survey template & questions, Also I will share the results for you so you can analysis using anova
5- regression table and Anova method information
Please highlight the independent & dependant variables, (it's very important)
- airport usage charges
Again, RUBRICS are very important, focus on the high marks please.
Thanks in advance
This assignment is broken into 2 part:
In the first part you have to : 1- Profile of Erin B with a particular focus on her behaviors that successfully led to the exposure of PG&E. (30 percent of the grade)
2-If you were the company's CEO, how would you have explained the company's behavior and an eventual lawsuit to the shareholders? (70 percent of the grade)
In the second part, the professor wants to hear our thoughts upon:
Find 3-4 peer reviewed primary research articles (less than 5 years old) on a related topic in Exercise Science that interests you.
Write 4- 6 pages, Times New Roman, 12-point font; margins, double spaced. It must be in APA format and include a title page and reference list.
Compare the articles. Note similarities or differences in methods, results and findings. Reports should be concise and informative.
This review goes beyond summarizing the literature. It includes a critical analysis of the relationship among the different works. Focus on a specific topic and formulate a question or a statement.
The review of the articles relevant to your question or topic will help frame or contextualize your paper. It will give the readers the necessary information and background to understand your question or statement.
1. Introduction. Provide a clear overview of the subject. Introduce your statement or question. Explain the importance of the study. Explain the objectives of the literature review. Explain your title.
2. Compare the methods of the studies. Compare the components of the issue. For example, population, interventions. Be sure to state the purpose of the study
3. Compare the results of the studies. Give concrete evidence with statistics, percentages, etc. P values.
4. Conclusion. Summarize the main points. Discuss the quality of the research and, what you as the writer conclude. Provide a take home message, implications for exercise science majors, that are logical, relevant and clear.
Points will be based on the following:
Appropriate topic selection and research statement or question Appropriate submission, Title page
Introduction, Method analysis, Results, Conclusions, Logical flow of ideas, Details of writing, grammar, spelling, punctuation, APA format, References, Reference page, quality of references and appropriate number Citations. Use of references Font, Margins, Spacing
Two essays each one page:
Read the following article and answer the following question: Muslims in Europe: Promoting Integration and Countering Extremism, CRS RL33166, September 7, 2011, Skim only pp. 1-2. Read pp. 3- 9.
https://fas.org/sgp/crs/row/RL33166.pdf The vast majority of Muslims in Europe are not involved in radical activities. However, events such as the 2004 and 2005 terrorist attacks in Madrid and London, respectively, that were carried out by Muslim citizens or residents, have raised the question of whether European countries have done enough to integrate their Muslim communities and prevent feelings of social exclusion and marginalization. Although not the sole cause of radicalization and terrorism, some experts believe that past failures to fully integrate Muslims into mainstream European society may make some Muslims in Europe more vulnerable to extremist ideologies. (page 2.)
Answer the following: Is lack of integration the key to terrorism? Are their groups in the United States or other countries that are not integrated and are thus at risk of radicalization?
Read the following article and answer the following question:
From Dawa to Jihad: The Various Threats from radical Islam to the democratic legal order. Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (AIVD), 2004. Read Introduction, Chapters I and II (pages 5 - 43).
The authors write, The various forms of present-day radical Islam share a common historical, sociological and (in part) psychological origin. The common basis for the many movements, organisations and groups stems from the dissatisfaction about and resistance against the political, economic and cultural dominance of the Western world shared by many Muslims all over the world.
Answer the following: In Chapter 2 the authors describe three different types of Radical Islam. Is this helpful? Why or why not? In what other ways can we analyze or categorize Radical Islam?
I have attached file “ Raising a Child project “Prompts” by Life Stage” This will have all the instructions. I only need Assignment 2 the one due 3/10. I have also attached the rubric .