Title: minimalism in the interior.
Our topic is minimalism in the interior.
- my section is beside the students who will cover other things in the first place
I will only cover
- is natural colors and how will that be the same in 5 years
- so I need a chart of natural colors explaining
- interior design pictures of natural colors
- and a graph of how that will stay in 5 years in time
+ find other things for me that would be useful explaining my part of natural colors
* At the bottom, I want an explanation as if I am reading it to the students
* the pictures I need a link that would lead me to the pictures too.
+ I will add the instructions below
+ I need a page explaining my part which is a natural color and at the bottom of the instructions it says what you need to write about 1 page max the other is for the presentation
In your professional practice, you would much prefer always to act ethically, especially in the area of consent for treatment (see chapter 11). What type of supports or assurances within your work setting would enable you to act ethically with ″incompetent″ patients?
Please read the link below and write about the movie 1 (moonlight) and 2 (salt of the sea)
I was unable to get the full version so please try your best with the review links.
follow the reading assignment.docx and use all sources.
try to keep the essay simple.
Do not use outside sources or the link below in the reference.
Please make the essay 2 full pages not counting the reference.
This analysis should provide a comprehensive description of the agency in which the program that you are going to evaluate is offered and detailed
Norfolk State Counseling Center of NORFOLK, VA.
description of the programs that your agency provides. The purpose of this agency overview is to provide the reader with background information of the program. This paper should cover the following subjects/contents:
Description of the Agency
• The name of the agency or organization where programs are being offered and how long it’s been in operation
• History of the agency/organization
• Vision of the agency/organization
• Mission of the agency/organization
• Goals of the agency/organization
• Objectives of the agency/organization
Detailed Description of each Program being offered
• Program description (e.g., purpose, goals and objectives)
• Target population it serves
• Detailed description of programs/services provided
• A list of all the activities offered
• Staff members to operate the programs and their roles
• Resources – the things that the program have and needs to operate (i.e., funding source, in-kind,
Some of this information can be found on the agency’s website or agency brochure. However, you may have to look at physical documents or interview your supervisor and/or administrator. Of course, this paper should follow APA format. This paper should be 5-7 pages in text, not including references and cover pager. However, a comprehensive overview is required.
Describe the "Tight Frock Coat" by Luigi Pirandello.
Explain and describe your thoughts and reactions to his short story.
Please include examples from "Tight Frock Coat". Cite the reference, where does it exist in the short story? Cite the page and quote the text accurately.
The goal of this paper is to construct a fair-minded, unbiased, analytical analysis of a topic in a comprehensive essay.
This is not an opinion piece or a persuasive essay that simply aims to prove or reinforce what you already believe. This would be confirmation bias, and bias must be avoided in this project.
This project needs to avoid harsh rhetoric or language that is harmful and hurtful in nature. The point is to be objective and unemotional in your approach.
This essay should be written in a fair, academic, respectful, and analytical manner regardless of any of your opinions, feelings, or preconceived notions about the topic.
Both sides of your topic must be treated with equal attention, both in terms of the number and quality of sources and in the depth and breadth of their presentation in your essay. Both sides should be addressed in the same number of paragraphs in roughly equivalent detail, and should be supported by the same number of quality sources.
You must identify and define rhetorical devices and logical fallacies on both sides of the argument. Be sure you indicate which specific rhetorical device and fallacy you have found, and there is evidence in your sources of these course concepts in practice that is cited in your paper.
You will present statements and claims for analyzing both sides of the topic. Only then should you state you own conclusion as an objective, critical thinker given the information presented.
Essay Format: Your essay must be 5–7 pages (1600–1900 words) in length. The abstract, title page, and reference list do not count in the page or word count.
The essay must have the following elements:
Times New Roman
Proper Level I and Level II APA section headings for all major sections of the essay
All other applicable APA formatting
A properly formatted APA title page
A properly formatted APA abstract
Body of the paper
Introduction: Identify the issue. Provide the necessary background and/or important recent developments. Define key terms and concepts. Engage the reader and explain the broader significance of the issue.
Arguments and Counterarguments: Summarize the best arguments on both sides of the issue. Include relevant research from credible sources used to support each conclusion. Devote at least one paragraph to each side.
Evaluation of Critical Thinking: Assess the strength of the arguments and the quality of thinking surrounding this issue.
Identify weaknesses in critical thinking such as fallacies, rhetorical devices, vague language, and cognitive biases. Provide specific examples of how these weaknesses appear in arguments you encountered, using terminology and definitions from the course. Be specific! Present evidence from your sources that show these fallacies/biases being used.
Evaluate the quality of scientific and anecdotal evidence using the standards of inductive and deductive reasoning described in the course. Consider the quality of causal relationship, analogies, generalizations, and/or moral reasoning.
Conclusion: Analyze the totality of research and offer a critical thinker’s response to the issue. Identify your own position and experience with the issue and explain how your thinking of the subject has evolved as a result of your analysis. Your conclusion does not have to be absolute, but it should not be equivocal. If both sides have good arguments, which is better, even if only slightly better, and what is the argument that tips the scales in the sides’ favor? Why does that point tip the scales?
A properly formatted APA reference list
Sources should appear in alphabetical order according to the last name of the first author listed on the source.
If there is no author(s), then the source should be cited by title or organization.
Sources and Research Sources: You must use five scholarly or academic sources and all research should be published within the last five years.
Sources not scholarly or academic in nature may affect your grade. It is highly recommended that most of your research be conducted via the Library.
Eligible sources listed best-to-worst:
Peer-reviewed journal articles
Peer review is the process that allows scientists to trust the reliability of published journal articles. The only way to tell if a journal article has been peer reviewed is to look for information about the journal, normally on the publisher's website. Most databases do not indicate if an article is peer reviewed or not.
The library contains many of peer-reviewed sources. This is going to be the most desired type of evidence to use for any paper at WCU.
Scholarly research articles
Research articles (original research articles, primary research articles, or case studies) are your standard scientific articles. Most often published in peer-reviewed journals, primary research articles report on the findings of a scientist's work.
They almost always include a description of how the research was conducted and what the results mean. This is also a highly desirable type of research to use for your papers.
Government and state reports
Many government agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institute of Mental Health (NIHM), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) may have studies and statistics that may be useful for your topic. However, these sources are usually informational reports in nature, and therefore they rarely dig into the critical arguments used by the sides of a topic.
Though usually credible and reliable source, government reports should generally be used as supplemental, secondary sources to support or rebut academic sources. They should not be the main sources of your argument.
Other articles or sources
When this general term is used for an assignment, get clarification from your instructor about the source requirements. These are articles or sources that have been well researched and include a lot of citations. When you assess these resources, make sure that they are appropriate to use as evidence because they may contain bias. You should look at the sources these articles are using, determine if they are legitimate, reputable, and credible, and then make a judgment call.
These types of articles are the least desirable type of articles from the list of acceptable types to use (depending on each course’s expectations).
Editorials, opinion, commentary, and perspectives
Trade publication articles
Interviews or TED talks
Sources that may not be used on this essay include the following:
Wikipedia and information from freelance websites (check with your professor before using these sources)
Information from general or reference sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, general information websites, or other reference works online or in print. Check with your teacher regarding textbooks from other courses or other sources if you are not sure.
Articles from publications or magazines that lack research to back up their claims
Religious texts of any kind
Obviously or highly biased sources that contain no credible or reputable support
The Fourth Amendment to The Constitution of the United States reads:
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrant shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the person or things to be seized.”
Fruit of the Poisonous Tree
The exclusionary rule is a mechanism for protecting 4th Amendment rights by, in some circumstances, disallowing illegally gathered evidence from being used against a defendant at trial.
Consider the following scenario: A Case of ‘Who did it?’
Mary Ellis, a widow, lives in a townhouse that she shares with her adult son, William, who does not pay rent. Mrs. Ellis awakens on a Saturday morning and goes to her walk-in closet, where she finds a man whom she recognizes as a neighbor, Clyde Stevens, lying on the floor unresponsive. Mrs. Ellis calls 911. Minutes later, police and EMS personnel arrive. Mr. Stevens is pronounced dead from an apparent stabbing, as he has a large butcher knife protruding from his back. Mrs. Ellis, a senior citizen, is transported to the hospital for observation, quite distraught.
Police establish a crime scene and call for detectives and crime scene specialists, who arrive and begin to investigate. Detectives begin a canvass and interview Clyde Stevens wife, Sheila. Mrs. Stevens tells police that William Ellis has entered her townhouse several times unannounced and on one occasion appeared to be trying to get into her bed. Mrs. Stevens gives the police consent to search the house for any potential evidence that might identify her husband’s killer.
Crime scene investigators actively process the scene. In William’s bedroom, technicians develop a blood fingerprint adjacent to a light switch, using an amino acid stain, after locating the print using the absorptive properties of blood and a portable argon laser. The crime scene investigator photographs the print and recovers a sample of the blood for DNA analysis. The print is from the right index finger of William Ellis, and DNA analysis matches the blood to Clyde Stevens. On the basis of this and associated evidence from the Stevens and Ellis residences, an arrest warrant is issued for William Ellis.
William is arrested in Utah and extradited to Illinois to stand trial. His lawyer files a motion to exclude evidence.
Complete a 1500-1750-word essay that addresses the following:
How does the 4th Amendment apply to police entry into a person’s home?
What is needed for police to obtain a warrant to search a home?
Under what circumstances can police enter a private residence without one?
Could police have entered Mary Ellis’s home legally without a warrant?
To what extent, if any, could police legally gather evidence from the Ellis home without a warrant?
If police conduct an illegal search, are they civilly liable for their actions?
A review of the Mincey v Arizona case will assist in the completion of this assignment.
Format your work consistent with APA guidelines and include a title and reference page. Cite a minimum of three reliable sources within the body of your paper using in-text citations where appropriate.
This class course is called : SPORTS MEDIA. It is a university class.
Choose ONE SPORTS MEDIA TEXT (Youtube video, article, poster, etc.)
all instructions I received, I have attracted in the file below.
Please discuss what you will be choosing and writing about. I will help you choose themes you can relate the sports media text to and create a thesis. The thesis is the most important part.
please use resources and cite correctly.
Write down the problem or problems you see in the prompt. What legal threats are present to your organization? Think broadly here—there may be secondary problems in addition to those that are obvious to you.
Find examples in which other organizations found themselves in similar situations. You should use both Westlaw and Google to do so. Write down those examples that seem closely related and ask:
What problem did they face, and how is it similar and different from your own?
What solutions did they attempt?
What was the outcome?
Based on your own knowledge and the examples you found, come up with a list of all the potential responses you can come up with to your problem.
Then, consider the pros and cons of those options.
Identify which option you think is the best, and clearly identify both
Why you think it’s best, and
What the limitations/drawbacks to the option are.
Finally, write up your analysis as if you’re writing to your boss. Use simple language but be thorough in your explanation. You must include
The problems you’ve identified
The potential actions you see
Examples of how other organizations reacted to similar problems
Your recommended course of action, the reasoning behind your recommendation, and its drawbacks
In Chapter 5 of the textbook, e-learning as a method of training is discussed.
In Chapter 6, potential barriers of e-learning readiness to implementing e-learning as a training method are examined. In a two- to three- page paper (excluding the title and reference pages), examine e-learning and the barriers. Include the following in your paper:
Describe e-learning as a training method.
Describe the potential barriers of e-learning readiness.
Analyze how e-learning readiness has affected your success at Ashford University.
Explain what a trainer can do to prepare learners for e-learning.
Your paper must include in-text citations and references from at least two scholarly sources, excluding the textbook, and be formatted according to APA guidelines
TERM PAPER ASSIGNMENT Each student will select a topic to prepare a research paper on. The paper should be five to seven single spaced pages long, with a bibliography of at least five sources. Subject matters are to be selected in consultation with the instructor on a topical ethical health care issue. Examples include but are not limited to the following: 1. Cochlear implants; 2. H.I.V. /A.I.D.S. partner notification (preventing harm versus confidentiality); 3. Legal paternalism issues (pick just one such as smoking restrictions, seat belt requirements, use of hand held devises in automobiles, or mandatory workplace drug testing (blood, urine, etc.) 4. Mandatory vaccinations; 5. Medicinal use of marijuana; 6. Opt-In or Opt-out system for organ donations; 7. Physician assisted suicide; 8. Surrogate motherhood; 9. Therapeutic cloning; 10. Using Nazi research. The paper should include at a minimum the following sections: A. Background explanation of the ethical issue; (Be sure to include a brief summary of the arguments for and against). B. Reference, cite and explain the current legal status of the topic (cases, statutes, and/or proposed statutes, etc.); C. Reference and discuss at least two authors’ opposing (i.e.one for and one against) perspectives of the ethical issues raised by the topic; D. Argue at least two opposing (i.e.one for and one against) ethical perspectives of the issue utilizing at least two of the ethical theories and principles cited in the course readings. These ethical theories and principles (consequentialism, utilitarianism, deontologism, virtue ethics, autonomy, paternalism, double effect, and honesty) are all contained in the materials for weeks one through four. E. The conclusion weighs the two approaches taken in the paper and then uses ethical reasoning to assess which approach makes the most sense. As you work on your paper feel free to consult with the instructor around any problems or concerns. Rubric for Assessment of Term Paper Due February 7: 1. Background explanation of the ethical issue. (Preliminary Version) a. Clearly articulated and insightful with a sense of purpose. (15 points) (Be sure to include a brief summary of the arguments for and against). b. The presentation of the ethical issue may be strongly articulated, insightful, or purposeful, but fails to be all three. (12 points) c. Focuses more on substantive health issue not the ethical issue. (9 points) d. Hard to tell what the ethical issue is. (6 points) Due February 28: 2. Reference, cite and explain the current legal status of the topic (cases, statutes, and/or proposed statutes, etc. (Preliminary Version). a. Legal reference is relevant for the ethical issue, timely, and explained clearly. (20 points) b. Legal reference is relevant for the ethical issue, timely, and/or explained clearly, but fails to do all three. (15 points) c. Reference is not particularly appropriate for the ethical issue. (10 points) d. No legal reference is cited. (0 points) Due March 21: 3. Reference and discuss at least two author’s opposing (i.e.one for and one against) perspectives of the ethical issues raised by the topic. (Preliminary Version) a. The two authors’ opposing perspectives were relevant, balanced and discussed in an insightful manner. (20 points) b. The two authors’ opposing perspectives were relevant, balanced and/or discussed in an insightful manner, but not all three. (15 points) c. Only one relevant author and/or ethical perspective was referenced. (10 points) d. No authors’ ethical perspectives were referenced. (0 points) Due April 11: 4. Argue two opposing (i.e.one for and one against) ethical perspectives of the issue utilizing at least two of the ethical theories and principles cited in the course materials. (Preliminary Version) a. The two ethical theories or principles were relevant, balanced and discussed in an insightful manner. (20 points) b. The two ethical theories or principles were relevant, balanced and/or discussed in an insightful manner, but not all three. (15 points) c. Only one relevant ethical theory or principle was referenced. (10 points) d. No relevant ethical theories or principles were referenced. (0 points) Due April 25: Final Version of Full Paper 1. Background explanation of the ethical issue. a. Clearly articulated and insightful with a sense of purpose. (3 points) Be sure to include a summary of the arguments for and against. b. The presentation of the ethical issue may be strongly articulated, insightful, or purposeful, but fails to be all three. (2 points) c. Focuses more on substantive health issue not the ethical issue. (1 point) d. Hard to tell what the ethical issue is. (0 points) 2. Reference, cite and explain the current legal status of the topic (cases, statutes, and/or proposed statutes, etc. a. Legal reference is relevant for the ethical issue, timely, and explained clearly. (3 points) b. Legal reference is relevant for the ethical issue, timely, and/or explained clearly, but fails to do all three. (2 points) c. Reference is not particularly appropriate for the ethical issue. (1 point) d. No legal reference is cited. (0 points) 3. Reference and discuss two author’s opposing (i.e.one for and one against) perspectives of the ethical issues raised by the topic. a. The two authors’ opposing perspectives were relevant, balanced and discussed in an insightful manner. (3 points) b. The two authors’ opposing perspectives were relevant, balanced and/or discussed in an insightful manner, but not all three. (2 points) c. Only one relevant author and/or ethical perspective was referenced. (1 point) d. No authors’ ethical perspectives were referenced. (0 points) 4. Argue two opposing (i.e.one for and one against) ethical perspectives of the issue utilizing at least two of the ethical theories and principles cited in the course text. a. The two ethical theories or principles were relevant, balanced and discussed in an insightful manner. (3 points) b. The two ethical theories or principles were relevant, balanced and/or discussed in an insightful manner, but not all three. (2 points) c. Only one relevant ethical theory or principle was referenced. (1 point) d. No relevant ethical theories or principles were referenced. (0 points) 5. Conclusion a. The conclusion weighs the two approaches taken in the paper and then uses ethical reasoning to assess which approach makes the most sense. (8 points) b. The conclusion is reasonable and supported within the paper; however, it is not made clear why other perspectives were discounted. (5 points) c. The conclusion seems to be weighted heavily from an opinionated as opposed to a researched point of view. (2 points) d. There is no conclusion. (0 points) 6. a. The paper is five to seven single spaced pages. (2.5 points) b. A bibliography with a minimum of five references is included (2.5 points)
Read Chapters 9: Organization Development and Sense-Making Approaches
10: Change Management, Processual and Contingency Approaches
Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspective Approach, (3rd edition).
Use the uploaded material to respond to the following discussion and questions:
Discussion Question #1. In Chapter 9: For Week 2, one of your Discussion Questions had you review the change management images outlined in Table 3.1 and select which image (or images) you relate BETTER to. Most of you selected “Coach” and/or “Interpreter”. Recall that: “Coach Pressures for change are constant and result in the need to develop and shape the organization’s capabilities (i.e. teamwork, mindset, common values) to better enhance organizational outcomes and that Interpreter Pressures for change require the manager to provide meaning and understanding about “what is going on”. In this context, you make changes to assist in clarity and, in turn, helping align identity and commitment to the organization.” Now, using this and taking what you read in Chapter 9, answer the following in order:
1. What is the Organization Development (OD) Approach to Organizational Change based on?
2. What is the Sense-Making Approach to Organizational Change based on?
3. Which of the above two Approaches would you as a “Coach” use and why?
4. Which of the above two Approaches would you as an “Interpreter” use and why?
since can’t download move- look on youtube or google
attached other peoples thoughts
attached powerpoint from the book as well
respond thoroughly to part 1(most of page ) and then response to peer for part 2(smaller amount of page)
Write a short concise petition to support allowing outdoor NCAA and MAAC college athletic competitions and allow spectators, specifically parents who are threatened by COVID-19.
- mental well-being of college athletes and their need for competition due to lifelong training to perform at the collegiate level.
-investment of parents and students who have invested more than $100k for a college athlete experience.
-Tri-state (NY, NJ, PA) rules are less restrictive for even high school athletic competitions.
-Freedom of choice for participants who may have already survived COVID-19 or been immunized.
Objective: Discuss present-day environmental problems and identify their roots in China’s environmental history.
By Friday of each week, find a news article about a present-day (post-2016) environmental issue in China that is related to the topic of the lectures, films, and required readings for that week. Write a short paragraph (150-300 words) explaining how the article is connected to that week’s theme. To receive full points, you must post your current events report (including a link to the news article you selected) on the Canvas discussion board by Friday at 11:59pm
Lecture related link: