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The Role Of Management Accounting In SMEs

1. Write an academic paper consisting of a critical review and synthesis of the literature together with some analysis and interpretation of this literature review.

2. This piece of work should be in the range of 7000-8000 words (excluding references i.e. bibliography)

3. You should pay specific attention to the title. You should not alter it the topic title but can refine it to a more specific topic/stream/area if you wish.

4. Structure your paper like a peer reviewed academic paper, similar to those you are reading for your literature review.

5. Include a table of contents

6. Use Harvard referencing

7. Use font Calibri or Times New roman, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing.

8. Include an abstract

9. You must have an opening section entitled Introduction and a closing section entitled Conclusions and future research. The other sections are up to you.

10. This is an academic paper and the literature review should consist substantially of academic literature

11. Your paper must include some analytical or discursive content beyond the literature review.

12. The abstract should be 150/200 word at the beginning of the paper, before the introduction, that provides readers with a quick overview of the paper

13. The abstract should be one of the best parts of the paper.

14. The abstract should direct readers attention to key highlights

15. It should suggest any implications or applications of future research discussed in your paper.

16. Focus on using PRJ’s (peer review journals)

17. Key journals that should be used include:

· Accounting Organisation & Society (AOS)

· Accounting, audit and accountability (AAAJ)

· Management Accounting Research (MAR)

· Critical Perspectives on Accounting (CPA)

· European Accounting review (EAR)

· British Accounting review (BAR)

· Qualitive Research in Accounting & Management Irish Accounting Review (QRAM)

· Journal of Management Accounting Research (JMAR)

· Accounting horizons

· Academy of Management Journal (AOM)

· Journal of information systems

· Harvard Business Review (HBR)

Explain The Methodological Debate On ‘perennial Problems’ In The History Of Ideas

Explain why this debate matters for how we study political theory from the past.

Use 1. Boucher, D. and Kelly, P. (2017) Introduction. Political Thinkers; 2. Skinner, Q. (2002) Meaning and understanding in the history of ideas. In Q. Skinner Visions of Politics: Vol 1 (pp. 57 -89); 3. Lamb, R. (2009) Quentin Skinner’s revised historical contextualism: a critique. History of the Human Sciences 22(3): 51 – 73.; 4. Stuurman, S. (2000) The Canon of the History of Political Thought: Its Critique and a Proposed History and Theory 39 (2): 147-166.

Pragmatics (Linguistics), Sociolinguistics Or Second Language Acquisition, SLA

Looking for a PhD proposal in the following areas in Pragmatics (Linguistics), sociolinguistics or Second language Acquisition. The proposal should meet the following criteria:

• It should be at least 2500 words.
• It should consist of a new and genuine idea in the above-mentioned fields.
• Aims of the research
• it should include the gap
• Research questions - central aims and questions that will guide the research. The Proposal must include at least 3 central questions
• Methodology: for data collection and data analysis. I prefer to get Linguistic data from human participants such as students who study aboard for example.
• Limitations and delimitations.
• Bibliography: At least 15 reference should be included.

Jean Piaget's Theory Of Cognitive Development

Jean Piaget continues to be one of the most influential psychologists when it comes to
understanding the thought processes of infants, toddlers and early children. Recently, however,
it has been shown that Piaget was wrong about the timeline of several developments during
Describe two thought developments Piaget was correct about and two thought
developments Piaget was wrong about. How do scientists know Piaget was wrong about the
timing of that skill/understanding.
Describe 2 limits in thinking of the preoperational, early child which Piaget theorized.

Baroque Or Rococo To Neoclassicism AND From Neoclassicism To Romanticism

Answer 3 of the 4 following questions. Your answers should be 250–350 words each. You should discuss at least 2 specific works of art covered in lecture in each question unless otherwise specified. Strong answers will use specific details from works of art to support the argument.

How do we see specific intellectual and philosophical ideals playing out in European art from 1600–1850?

In Part 2, we’ve seen a few examples of taste-makers (e.g., elite patrons, collectors, academies, Salons, and critics) who set the standards for art and style—or new directions. Discuss the impact of taste-makers.

Discuss the changes in style from the Baroque or Rococo to Neoclassicism AND from Neoclassicism to Romanticism. Be sure to use an example image from each of these three categories to help you articulate specific features of the style.

European art from 1600–1850 was designed to impress its viewers, whether through its theatrics, ethical appeal, skillful making, surprising materials, or technical innovations. Discuss two ways art was meant to impress.

Section B: Long Answer Question

Consider the 5 themes in the list below. Select 1 theme from the list and write a reflection on that theme and its significance for art from 1400–1850. Your reflection should consider the following questions: How do you define the theme? Why is it important for art history? What kinds of questions does this theme raise? What artists, periods, or styles (if any) seem particularly concerned with this theme?

You have latitude to be creative in the way you define and interpret your theme, but you must address your theme and the questions above through a discussion of at least 3 works of art. One of those works must be from Part 1 of the course (European Renaissance) and the remaining should be drawn from Part 2 of the course (European Baroque to Realism). You may choose any works you like, so long as we discussed them as part of our course (i.e., the came up in my lecture videos, the assigned readings, or the supplementary assigned videos from Smarthistory, The Getty, etc.). Your reflection should be 500–700 words.

Themes to choose from:

The Meaning of Materials
Labor and Leisure
Strange Spaces
Femininities and Masculinities
The World of Nature

Different Practice Settings Where CMS Regulations Apply

A 2000 word essay defending why Marijuana should be legalized. Paper is for a medical terminology class.

There are common overarching standards in health care regulation, but there are important differences depending on the practice setting. This assignment is designed to familiarize you with conditions of coverage and participation specific to different types of health care organizations.


Refer to CMS Regulations & Guidance located in this week's Learning Activities.


Choose any 2 different practice settings where CMS regulations apply: for example, you might choose one that represents where you currently work or have worked, and another that you are interested in exploring.


Examine the similarities and differences in conditions of coverage and participation related to your 2 chosen factors. Consider two of the following:

  • Staffing requirements
  • Release of patient records
  • Patient rights
  • Administrative structure
  • Another aspect relative to the specific care environment


Cite at least 3 peer-reviewed sources published within the last 5 years.


Format your assignment as a 10- to 15-slide presentation


Include an APA-formatted reference list.


Refer to CMS Regulations & Guidance located in this week's Learning Activities.


Here's a process you can follow to get it done! You’re going to compare CMS requirements for two settings.


Refer to CMS Regulations & Guidance located in this week's Learning Activities.

Explore the CMS website and review Conditions for Coverage (CfCs) and Conditions of Participations (CoPs) for specific practice areas and specialties.


 Pick any two settings (such as, hospital, hospice, transplant center, long term care, etc.) from the left column on CMS website above.


Then pick only two factors to compare in those two settings from the bullet points in the assignment (such as staffing, release of patient records, patient rights, structure, etc).  


Once you have chosen the two settings, then go to "Conditions of Participation (COP)" or CfC and read through the information -- just scan through it quickly until you find the two factors (section/topic) you're looking for. Come up with similarities and differences for the two settings of our choice.  


So for example, you could compare CMS requirements for staffing and patient rights (those are the 2 factors) for two settings, like hospitals and LTC.  Compare CMS requirements for staffing for hospitals and LTC; then compare CMS requirements for patient rights in hospitals and LTC.


Be sure to take a look at the Grading Rubric before you start.

 The two links below are very direct and seem easy to use. (7/13/2020)

Click on the .PDF (on left side of page) for Hospitals COP. Then download the .PDF.

For an example, I found the requirements for patient rights at page 9 and nursing services at page 16.


Long Term Care Facilities:

Table of Contents has active links to sections that are easy to read. Find patient rights and nursing services to compare with hospital requirements.


It takes some time to search and find the info. I hope you find what you need. 

Grading rubric


 Choose 2 different practice settings, from CMS website, with varying CfCs and/or CoPs

25% of total grade

  • Compares and contrasts conditions for coverage (CfC) and/or conditions of participation (COP)

25% of total grade

  • Selects 2 appropriate factors

25% of total grade

  • Cites at least 3 evidence-based, peer-reviewed sources published within the last 5 years. Uses APA format. Cites references in-text. Cites page/paragraph number for direct quotes.

8% of total grade

  • Assignment is free of grammatical errors, language maintains a scholarly and succinct tone

9% of total grade

  • Follows a structure that is clear, concise, and appropriate, including Level 1 headings for key points or slide titles with key points when appropriate

8% of total grade


NSG/426: Alternative Links for the Exploration of Conditions for Coverage (CfCs) & Conditions of Participations (CoPs) – needed as links for are down


Organ Procurement Organizations:

Transplant Centers:

Rural Health Clinic/Federally Qualified Health Center: (closest I could get)

Home Health Agencies:

End-Stage Renal Disease Facilities:

Long Term Care Facilities:

Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICD/IID):

Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs):

Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institutions:

Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (CORFs):

Clinics, Rehab Agencies, & Public Health Agencies as Providers of Outpatient PT and Speech Language:

Community Mental Health Centers:


Asian Indian Women’s Struggle With Acculturation In The United States

Cultural Awareness:
In the first section, include recent research on the topic and culture. Give recent statistics (prevalence rates, information on geographic or population clusters). Aim to include what is important for colleagues to know to best work with this population to meet the specific need you are researching. Some examples of information to explore here include: family dynamics (child-rearing practices, parental roles, obligations of children to parents, nature of relationships among family members, kinship bonds, gender roles, aging, extended family, clan, role of elders, tribal councils, etc.); political and economic concerns (poverty and income levels, value of education, unemployment, reservations/Bureau of Indian Affairs, immigration, etc.); communication (bilingualism, nonverbal/body language, personal space, problem-solving, silence, eye movement, music/dance/art as communication, concept of time). 3-4 pages

Counseling Approach:
In the second section, identify specific strategies and approaches to use with this population to address the needs explored in the previous section. Have you ever gone to a conference where the presenter spent the entire time talking about what the problem was, and you thought to yourself, now what? This section is just as important as the previous section. Devote equal space to researching and explaining strategies, approaches, and methods for meeting the need. Identify specific counseling therapies and techniques that you believe would work best with this population, explaining why and how you would use this approach. Some examples of popular counseling therapies include existential therapy, behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, rational emotive behavior-therapy, reality therapy, family systems theory, solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy, and creative arts therapies. I encourage you to look for non-Western based counseling approaches to write about in this section or consider how you could adapt Western-based approaches. You may want to search for culture AND counseling; for example, Latin Americans AND counseling. 3-4 pages

Religious and Spiritual Application:
In the final section, give biblical application to the topic you have been examining. Specifically examine counseling, life coaching, and/or human services from a faith-based approach. For example, if your paper looked at substance abuse, explore research on faith-based programs, and discuss why this would be meaningful for the culture you are focusing on. Explore the unique beliefs, values, ways of thinking, and expressing faith, religion, and spirituality in the culture you are researching. What is typically viewed as the role of the church for this culture? What is the common view of life after death? 1 page

End with a concise Conclusion paragraph where you summarize what you covered in the paper and include ideas for future research needed on this topic. ½ page

Job Ethics And Financial Meltdown In Our 2007-2008 Financial Markets

For this assignment, you should focus on the reading material for weeks 1-7. Also, use our library to support your positions.

The body of your paper: (5-6 Pages total in length)- Show me that you are attempting to support your thoughts with key material from our reading material AND outside sources:

Answer the following five questions:

1. What are some of the most common forms of unethical behavior in our workforce today? How could leadership in organizations help to minimize this ethical misconduct? Explain and support your positions with relevant course content and outside sources.

2. As our businesses have developed over the last 100 plus years, have our modern day businesses evolved to be more ethical today? What are some of the factors that helped you come to your conclusion? Take a position and support your thoughts.

3. Would you describe the financial meltdown in our 2007-2008 financial markets as a failure of "people" or of our "capital market processes"? Why? Support your thoughts with ethical theory and examples. Use our library for added research if needed.

4. Tell me about why diversity and discrimination are two important ethical factors that leaders should focus on while attempting to manage their workforce? Provide one example of how mismanaging these issues have had an impact on an organization. How would you explain the importance of these to your employees?

5. Are corporate outreach and company sponsored volunteer programs a good idea for organizations to implement? Why? From an ethical leadership perspective, why would you choose OR not choose to implement these programs? Use course theory and specific examples to support your conclusion.

Save your review as Last Name-Week #8 Paper.doc


COVID-19 Vaccine Admininstration

What is a position paper?

A position paper is a hybrid between an essay and a report.

A position paper presents one side of a reasonable opinion about an issue. The objective of a position paper is to convince the reader that your opinion is valid and defensible.

As the author of a position paper, while you need to cover all sides of the issue, you must take one side of a debate and persuade your reader that your position is grounded in solid knowledge of the topic. You therefore need to support your argument with reasoning and evidence, and use reasoning and evidence to refute the counter-arguments presented by the other side in the debate.

Recommended structure

The recommended structure allows you to ensure that the above objectives are met.

Given the word count limit (1500 words, +/- 10%, references and appendices excluded), the optimal structure has: an introduction, a development in two parts which first presents the counter-arguments and then your refutations and position, followed by a brief conclusion.


The introduction has a dual purpose: to indicate the topic and your argument, and to arouse the reader’s interest in what you have to say. Introduce the topic by placing it in context, by putting it in perspective. Connect it with current academic and public debates.

Assert your position and clarify which aspects of those debates it addresses or helps settle.

Provide a roadmap, i.e., announce the structure of what's to follow.

Two-part development

A useful way to plan out your two-part development is to generate counter-arguments by asking yourself what someone who disagrees with your position might say about each of the points you will be making made or about your position as a whole. Then consider how you would respond to them.

For example, you might reject the counter-argument and explain why it is mistaken. Or you might concede that the other side makes a valid point but explain why your position is nonetheless superior (theoretically, empirically or both). The reader needs to feel that your position is stronger than the other sides arguments. Be sure to present the other sides arguments fairly and objectively.


To fix ideas, consider how opponents in political talk shows debate.

Politician A from party X says, it is urgent that we implement policy so-and-so because... Politician B from party Y replies, A raises an important point, but policy so-and-so is a blunt instrument. A better alternative is... Politician A responds: Policy so-and-so is hardly the blunt instrument B claims it to be. On the contrary, it allows... Etc.

Try to reproduce this sort of argumentative joust.

Instead of giving a long but superficial list of many different counter-arguments and replies, it is better to consider two serious counter-arguments in some depth.

Make sure that your replies are consistent with and lead up to your position.

Note that you may find yourself changing what you thought your original position was when carefully considering counter-arguments. If you sense this is happening, revise your position accordingly, making sure to make the appropriate adjustments (e.g., in the way your introduce and assert your position in the introduction).

Develop three key points supporting your position.

Clarify each point using your educated and informed opinion. Use at least two sources (preferably theory and data) for each point. Reference your sources appropriately.


The most effective conclusion is one that restates your position in different words and then briefly discusses its potentially broader implications.


The view that policy so-and-so should be implemented, while politically expedient in the short run, is economically counter-productive in the long run. A wiser course of action would be... While this paper has focused on [area/policy discussed] it is likely that its conclusions hold for [other area/policy not discussed] because...

Sample outline


Introduce the topic

Provide background on the topic to explain why it is important

Assert your argument (your position), formulate this in a one-sentence statement

Announce the structure of what's to follow

The counter-argument

Summarize (fairly) the 1st key point made by the other side

Summarize (fairly) the 2nd key point made by the other side

Provide supporting information/evidence for these two points

Refute (theoretically, empirically or both) the two points

Your argument

Briefly re-assert your position

Assert 1st key point supporting your position

Assert 2nd key point supporting your position

Assert 3rd key point supporting your position


Restate your position

Note on what basis (theoretical, empirical or both) it is superior to the other sides view

Note broader implications

A note on section titles

You should use section titles in your position paper. While it is fine to use generic titles for Introduction and, you should think of tailor-made titles for the development.



The weak case for policy so-and-so

Other sides position: policy so-and-so will help achieve X

Other sides justification: it worked in some other country (evidence)

Refutation: it had negative long-term side-effects there (evidence)

We need to go back to the drawing board

We don't know enough (theoretically, empirically) about how to achieve X here

It is debatable that X is even something we want to achieve

Assuming that we do want X, alternative policies may be available (explicate)



Cochrane, J. (2017). “Health Care Policy Isn’t So Hard”, The Grumpy Economist. (05.02.2021)

Culyer, A. J. (1982). "Public or Private Health Services? A Skeptics View", Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2(3), pp. 386-402.
Mankiw, N. G. (2017). “The Economics of Healthcare”.

Reardon et al., Chap. 4, 10, 14.

Sloman & Garratt, Chap. 2.


Things to think about:

Identify the type of good
Identify the types of institutions (State, market)
Identify the type of market (competitive or not, national or international, regulated or not…)
Identify key economic agents in the society (the general population, key workers, pharmaceutical firms, ministers and MPs, the NHS as an organisation, NHS staff, the WHO, other countries) and their respective interests
Clarify the debate of the State vs. the market
Identify winners and losers in either mode of vaccine allocation
Identify the effects on the economy and society

Case Study Of How A Major Company Producing Selling Consumer Products/uses Big Data

aper detalis:

Note: Please make sure that it can NOT use topic that I ordered for previous research. I have included all the instructions for this Case Study of this order. And I also included the attached file which contains the Rubric grading at the bottom of the document.

The assignment is to research and write up a case study of how a major company producing and/or selling consumer products/services uses big data in at least one aspect of its operations.
• What to submit: Upload your paper in Microsoft Word format.
• Length: The paper should be around 1,600 words long excluding tables, graphs, a reference list, and appendices.
• Rubric: Your paper will be graded using the rubric included below.
The case study should be in this format:
1. Brief introduction, including summary of company’s operations
2. Brief description of big data use (e.g., revenue management, resource allocation, customer loyalty program, operations management, supply chain, inventory management, consumer marketing)
3. Brief history with respect to data in the area you are researching, including successes and setbacks firm had in getting to where they are today with respect to data collection and use in the area you are researching
4. Impact of data use on their business (include metrics such as sales increases, cost savings, increased utilization, change in churn rate, or whatever is appropriate for firm/industry)
5. How information derived from data collected is used for decision-making
6. Plans for future development of data and information systems for use by management for decision-making
7. Summary/assessment of firm’s stage of development and success using data to improve management decision-making
The case study research project should include:
• At least two references from appropriate trade publication(s)
• At least two references from general business publications
• The firm’s annual report for at least one year should be consulted
• An interview with at least one person with knowledge of the firm’s use of big data related to your chosen topic; the person can be a current employee, former employee, or someone else familiar with the industry and the firm (a phone interview is fine; the interview does not have to be long, but you should be prepared with questions before starting the interview)
• The use of APA format for cover page, line spacing, section headings, tables, graphs, citations, and reference list
• The required trade publication, general business publications, annual report, and other materials cited in the text and included in the reference list
• Citations for the interview following APA format (note: the interview should not be included in the reference list, per APA style)
• Tables, graphs, etc. as needed
• Appendices as needed (welcome, but not required)
Choosing a Firm
Pick a firm that is in the business of providing consumer products or services ((i.e. it must be a B2C organization...not a B2B.) In many cases, you might choose to work with only one division of a firm. For example, rather than doing a case on all of the brands operated by Yum! Brands, you might choose one of the brands: KFC, Pizza Hut, or Taco Bell. Be careful, as divisional numbers may not be available in annual reports for all firms.
Some suggestions:
• Airline (American, Delta, United)
• Cellular phone carrier (Verizon, AT&T, T Mobile)
• Consumer products firm (Proctor & Gamble, Kraft-Heinz, Unilever)
• Express carrier (FedEx, UPS, DHL)
• Healthcare insurance firm or HMO
• Hotel chain (Marriott/Starwood, Hilton, Intercontinental, Wyndham)
• Restaurant - Fast food chain (McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy’s)
• Restaurant - Quick service restaurant chain (Panera, Chipotle, Panda Express)
• Restaurant chain (Applebee’s, Olive Garden, Chili’s)
• Retailer (Safeway, Target, Wal-Mart)
• Streaming video provider (Netflix, YouTube)
• Transportation service firm (Uber, Lyft)
• Other large firms with which you are familiar, including your employer if it is a large firm selling consumer products or services (do not include any proprietary information from a firm in paper)
Use a publicly held firm so you can access annual reports and related information. The firm you choose must be a large-scale operation with a big data operation that is suitable for the assignment.
• Sources for both major concepts and direct quotes used in your paper must be cited in the text of the paper, and the source must be in the reference list at the end of the paper. Use APA style for both citations and references.
• Format the paper using APA style for the title page, page layout (line spacing, page numbers, etc.), headings, citations, and references. There is no need to follow additional APA style requirements. Not familiar with APA style? See an excellent online guide at:
Types of Publications
General Interest Business Publications
These publications offer articles on businesses and business professionals. Professional journalists on staff with knowledge of business generally write the articles, but guest authors may write some articles. Topics covered vary from profiles of companies or individuals to general discussions of topics of interest to people working in business, including finance, management, marketing, strategy, etc. Articles are not peer reviewed. Language used is easy to understand, with business terms sometimes explained for readers. Many are published as magazines, with glossy color photos of individuals and company facilities, but some are published in newspaper-like formats with lower quality photos. Most charge a subscription fee and may also be available on a per-copy basis at newsstands. Advertising varies from ads aimed at managers who make business decisions for their firms (B2B) to consumer ads targeting higher income households (B2C.) Some have national or international editions, while some are published for specific metropolitan areas. Examples include Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Business Week, Harvard Business Review, and Crains Chicago Business.
Trade Publications (aka Trade Journals)
Trade publications offer current news articles of interest to those working in a specific industry. Articles are written by staff writers or, in some cases, others with knowledge of the industry. The language used may include industry-specific terms not familiar to the general public or even business people in other industries; however, the overall language is easily understood by most readers. Articles are not peer reviewed. They are distributed to people who work in a specific industry and are not generally available for purchase by the public. In some cases they may be distributed free of charge to those working in the industry, and in other cases they may charge a subscription fee. They also typically carry advertising targeted at those working in the industry. Examples include Chain Store Age, U.S. Banker, Manufacturing News, Travel Weekly, Advertising Age, Nations Restaurant News, and Modern Grocer.
Academic Journals (aka Scholarly Journals)
Academic journals in business disciplines generally publish in-depth articles written by academics conducting research into very specific, narrow topics. Authors are usually faculty at academic institutions and not professional journalists employed by the journal. Extensive citations and references are included, enabling readers to verify information. Articles in most academic journals are peer reviewed by experts in the field prior to being accepted for publication. The target audience is primarily other business researchers, academics, and students. The language used can be very dense and technical, with terms specific to a narrow field of study. Most academic journals are produced in black and white and might include graphs, charts, and tables. Photographs are rarely seen in an academic journal. Journals are offered on a subscription basis, with many users accessing them online through academic libraries. Advertising is rarely included. Examples include Journal of Management, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Operations Management, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Advertising Research, Tourism Management, and Journal of Supply Chain Management.
Submitting Your Work
Use Microsoft Word format when composing your paper and upload it for evaluation.

The grading is based on Rubric that is included in the attached file.

Case Study 4: Disorders Of Renal Function

Case Study 4: Disorders of Renal Function

Fred, a fit and healthy 44-year-old, was working outside one warm summer afternoon. When he returned home by the end of the day, his lower back felt sore and he felt nauseated. His wife made him dinner, but he was not hungry and chose to go to bed instead. Fred’s symptoms progressed, and soon he was rolling on the bed with excruciating pain. He said his back hurt as well as his stomach and groin area. The pain would ease off only to return a short while later, and when it did, Fred would begin to sweat and run to the bathroom to vomit. His wife became concerned and started the car. When his symptoms abated, she helped him into the car and rushed him to the hospital.

At the hospital, an abdominal radiograph showed the presence of renal calculi in Fred’s right ureter (urolithiasis). What is the mechanism of stone formation in the kidney? What is the role of citrate in the kidneys?Why would the administration of calcium supplements be useful for a patient with calcium oxalate stones?Hydronephrosis can be a complication of renal calculi. What is hydronephrosis? How does back pressure occur in a kidney, and what physiologic mechanism is responsible for nephron damage when back pressure is present?

In your discussion, be sure to evaluate the presence and effects of alterations in the homeostatic state secondary to gender, genetic, ethnic, and temporal variables.

Case Study Assignment Requirements

Make sure all of the topics in the case study have been addressed.Cite at least three references in your case study paper; this may include peer-reviewed journal articles, textbooks, or evidence-based practice websites to support the content.All reference sources must be within 5 years.Do not use sources such as Wikipedia or UpToDate as a reference.Assignments must have at least four full pages of analytic content, double-spaced (the cover and reference pages do not count in the page count, but must be included with the assignment), and follow APA 7th edition format.

Write A Reflective (descriptive) Essay On Your Distributed Leader Course

Paper detalis:

Essay Instructions
Intent: The intent of this prerequisite reflective essay is for your facilitator to get a feel for your writing
style and capability.

Instructions: Write a reflective (descriptive) essay on your Distributed Leader Course

Topic: What was the most important part of DLC and how did it change you? ,

write the essay from the perspective of Self Development.

Essay Type: The descriptive essay is a genre of essay that asks the student to describe something—
object, person, place, experience, emotion, situation, etc. This genre encourages the student’s ability to
create a written account of a particular experience. What is more, this genre allows for a great deal of
artistic freedom (the goal of which is to paint an image that is vivid and moving in the mind of the

For more details,
Details: You will write in a clear and concise manner while using correct grammar, sentence structure,
and word usage. You must provide a coherent transition from one topic to the next using the provided
rubric as a general guideline. Your essay should be in Times New Roman, 12-pt font, double spaced,
using the current APA style STUDENT PAPER, NO RUNNING HEADS, NO ABSTRACT as found at Purdue
OWL. For more on APA,
Your paper must be three to five pages in length not including your title and reference page. It must be
in MS Word format and submitted in Blackboard.
This reflective essay does not weigh into your final grade, but it is used to assess other areas of your
Evaluation Report, please do the best that you can.
By submitting this paper, you agree:
(1) that you are submitting your paper to be used and stored as part of the SafeAssignTM services in
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Climate Change Isn’t Causing California Wildfire

argue whether the primary cause for the increase in California’s wildfires is the result of climate change or if it is the result of poor land management practices. Use evidence from the texts to support your response


cite evidence from these articles... Climate Change Isn’t Causing California Wildfires — Blame Lies With Bad Forest Management
By Merrill Matthews Tribune News Service August 30, 2018 (TNS)

Climate Change Clearly Is A Major Culprit In The Fires Devastating The Western US
By Iris Stewart Frey Tribune News Service AUGUST 30, 2018 (TNS)

Erikson's Eight Stages Of Psychosocial

Write a 5 to 7-page research paper in APA format that describes your own lifespan development. Focus on influences that you believe impacted your life, both positive and negative. In this paper you are to (1) demonstrate your knowledge of human development by synthesizing and integrating theories of development and learning with events and influences in your life, (2) specify a developmental issue/task for each life stage as defined by the developmental theory you choose, (3) develop a plan for the future of how you might expect to cope with future life stages. (4) discuss how your life experiences inform how you will approach your work with future clients. (5) Include a short wellness plan to help you prevent burnout and compassion fatigue.

Please cite at least 5 references.

The references must be peer-reviewed journals or professional books. Please use APA style when formatting your paper. I will hold these papers in confidence. Below are a few items to consider while writing your paper about each stage. Not all of the items below will apply to you.

a. What was happening in your family, your community?
b. How might these occurrences have affected your family members? c. What prevailing socio-cultural factors that impacted your family’s
(and your own): i.Identity development ii.Gender expectations
iii.Sexual identity development iv.Trauma and abuse
v.Grief and loss
vi.Family development vii.Addiction
viii.Spiritual development
ix.What changed as you and your family progressed through the various developmental stages?
x.What theories pertain to the specific developmental ages and unique cultural contexts?
xi.How will you use wellness to cope with the next stages in life?

Theory to apply is Erikson's eight stages of psychosocial

Literature Review: Iterative Learning Control

A literature review of 15-20 research papers related to "Iterative learning Controls", published between 2010 and now. Someone with Electrical and control system degree should write this.

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