View and read the case information presentation regarding LegoAssembly4You (Sent screenshots of video. Once you have finished viewing the presentation, complete the activity questions below. 1. How might you apply the following motivational models and what outcome would you expect based upon its application? a. Involvement and empowerment b. Remuneration 2. If you were to redesign this job, which job design approach would you take? Why? Be sure to justify the benefits of your choice. Preferred language style US English
A clear thesis that takes a position on an issue within the narrowed subtopic is the basis for the Paper, do not simply state a “purpose” such as “to investigate” or “to overview” or “to examine” the topic. Content: • Title page: Use the one in the School of Divinity’s Writing Guide under “Formatting.” • Table of Contents: Show major headings • Thesis Statement: Under the heading “Thesis Statement” provide the single sentence that states your position on a relevant issue in the topic/subtopic area as discussed by theologians. *Need for the Study—This section explains why the topic/subtopic is discussed in journal articles and books, questions still remain. So state here what is keeping the issue alive, who is discussing it, etc. DO NOT overstate the “need” as if Christianity’s survival depends on it—that would indicate that your effort is too general, overly broad, unfocused—narrow it! • Introduction: A strong paragraph to introduce the topic, its relevance, why the thesis statement answers some important question or addresses some important issue. Overview the basic argument you will be make so any reader can tell where the paper is going to go. I prefer the Thesis Statement and Introduction texts be all on the first page numbered “1.” • Body of the Paper: Argue for your thesis position, interact with scholars on the issues. Allow for opposing views, try to answer their objections. Make your voice heard by moderating the “discussion” between the scholars. Explain why a view prevails as each point is discussed. Proper headings in the text will guide your reader. Use good transitional sentences between paragraphs. Footnotes must be accurate, giving full info and reference actual page numbers where readers can find the original material you quoted/paraphrased. • Conclusion: Avoid devotional statements, instead, for academic papers summarize the force or strength of the arguments you made, thus why your thesis position is justified. Offer further considerations, implications, or applications the research effort could lead to. • Bibliography: List the scholarly sources cited in the footnotes (but omit from the Bibliography any Bibles, websites, general dictionaries, or devotional material if cited in the body text—Bibliographies list the scholarly material you researched). Also, even if you cited the textbook for the course it is not counted toward the 10 sources required. DO NOT include material consulted, those would be considered “padding”—list only works cited. Formating: The format must be Turabian’s “Notes & Bibliography” style (chs. 16-17) in the latest edition1 subject to the School of Divinity’s Writing Guide. The following is the basic format: 1. Footnotes are in the footer section of the paper’s body, NOT at the end (endnotes) or in parenthetical references (i.e., APA or MLA styles not allowed). 2. Please avoid quoting out passages of Scripture in your academic theology papers. Just make your point then place the Scripture reference in parentheses as in this example: “The apostle John notes that God’s love for us is expressed by giving (Jn 3:16).” I prefer you not use footnotes to refer to Bible passages, just place them in parentheses.
Create one theoretical question 1.What is the question that your paper seeks to answer? 2. Why does this question interest you? 3. What is your theoretical lens? Why did you choose this lens? 4. What are current approaches to your topic and what troubles you about them? (Be brief.) 5. How will you use your theoretical lens to analyze the topic and answer your question in the final essay? Will you be doing a discourse analysis to deconstruct a dominant discourse or foregrounding subjugated knowledge (lived experience) to challenge a dominant discourse? Will you defend a current approach or challenge it? 6. What barriers do you foresee in analyzing the topic? Dilemmas? What is puzzling? What can the class help you to figure out if you are stuck?
When working as a policymaker, you will oftentimes have to handle situations for which there is no rule book. You are left to make decisions with nothing more than your own creativity, solid judgment, and maybe just a little background information from other places (Note that “maybe”.). You will often find yourself doing this in seemingly shark-infested waters and without a paddle. In this assignment, you will be placed in the shoes of a city manager (in a fictional city) having to implement and refine public policy involving marijuana legalization at the local level.
Critical Analysis of “Song of Myself” section 11
In my critical analysis of Song of Myself Section 11, Whitman takes us into the erotic fantasy world of a 19th century spinster. Given the proto feminism of this Era, one could only imagine the scandal society would have subjected this innocent women to, had she been exposed for having normal sexual desires and voyeuristic thoughts. Because in today’s society this considered completely acceptable. Whitman’s Sonnet defies the norms of social restriction for this time period, and we see how a successful, mature woman can not be promiscuous but still enjoy the beauty of the opposite sex and perhaps indulging in pleasuring herself as she does so.
In the first stanza we see the number 28 used three times. It is used to explain the number of men bathing and the age of the woman. This number 28 can hold several meanings. The first is the normal number of days I’m a women’s menstrual cycle. This can be a painful reminder of fertility and birth, both of which the woman has not experienced. Whether she does this by choice or not is not revealed. What we do know is that she is single. She is considered a spinster by definition, for a single 28 year old woman in the 19th century was frowned upon for not having achieved the crown of “marriage and children”. The “28 men are friendly bathing” and “28 year old lonely woman” are examples of antithesis and parallelism. We also see an example of anaphora in the repeated use of the word “twenty-eight”.
The second stanza uses consonance in line 202 by the repeated use of the letter “S” in “She owns the fine house by the rise of the bank” The repeated “S” can also be an subtle illusion to the sexual undertones of the Sonnet. The uses of alliteration are also used in line 203 “She he hides handsome and richly drest aft the blinds of the window” with the letter “H”.
The third stanza she expresses her attraction to the homliest of the men, which one can interpret she might be attracted to such characteristics, because she herself is considered an insecure, introvert. We surmise this because she hides behind the blinds and does not wish to been.
In line 206 we see a Volta. The change of tone or perception because the lady goes from the speaker to the poem to the subject of the poem. The 29th swimmers gender is also up for Interpretation. Is the swimmer a woman? We can’t conclude this.
Another literary device used several times in this Sonnet is double entendre. In line 211 “little streams pass’d all over their bodies” and in line 215 “They do not know who puffs and declines with pendant and bending” Another double entendre in the last line of section 11 is “They do not think whom they souse with spray.
Whitman took us through a risqué, and at times confusing, journey with a woman who is wrestling with her sexuality and identity. We are not clear if she joins the 28 men in satisfying her sexual needs and desires, or if she simply sits at the window and indulges by herself, but The reader is kept on her toes as the narrators shift. There is no question that this Sonnet will leave you open to many different interpretations. What we know for sure is Whitman broke the glass ceiling and introduced literature to one of the first truly epic, modern poems of the 19th century.
Think back to the problem you chose in Week 3. Now imagine that you are a member of the diversity committee of your educational institution. If you are not working in education, it is fine to imagine a plausible scenario in education that covers all the prompts. You have been asked to make a presentation to the top-ranking administrator (principal, superintendent, university president, or board of directors) regarding how your problem intersects with the issue of diversity. By doing this assignment, you will apply the human resources and political frames to your problem in a diverse educational setting. First, you need to provide some definitions for the audience. Start by defining diversity. Next, consider that some individuals and organizations are moving toward the phrase “equity and inclusion.” Define equity and inclusion. Instead of offering dictionary definitions, describe what those words mean to you. Are equity and inclusion equivalent in meaning to diversity? Why or why not? Why might someone prefer the words equity and inclusion over the word diversity? Is equity the same thing as equality? Give a reason for your answer. Now think about your problem. Describe to the top-ranking administrator the steps you are taking to contemplate the problem through the lenses of equity and inclusion. How would the concepts of equity and inclusion change the way you would evaluate possible solutions to the problem you identified in Week 3? Finally, how would equity and inclusion change your decision to recommend or reject possible solutions to the problem? Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as speaker notes for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists.
This creative essay is part of my final project for a class. The essay should be about the PRIVATE PRISONS in the United States.
-How they work
-The prisoner for profit idea
-Private immigration detention centers
-Opinion (the opinion should be against the private prisons, but not too radical)
If you have any questions please let me know.
Based on what you have learned from Cleverley & Phillips’ Visions of Childhood, first identify each side of the historical debate (those for, and those against corporal punishment) and briefly summarizing what you perceive as the main point of each view. Then discuss within each view, the ways in which development can “derail” or go wrong and secondly, what each view imply about child development and how parents may most effectively foster positive development.
Our culture is conflicted about childrearing. On the one hand, are people like the conservative Christian psychologist James Dobson who, through his widely syndicated radio show Focus on the Family, has been a prominent critic of permissive parenting and an advocate for the use of spanking and corporal punishment for disciplining children? At the same time, corporal punishment has increasingly come to be regarded as a form of child abuse and is penalized by today’s child protection laws.
In a four to six page essay (double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman), discuss the current controversy about corporal punishment in childrearing with reference to the historical origins of this debate. You may refer to the Cole and Coffin text as a reference.
In an additional section, please feel free to explain your personal view. Were you aware of the historical origins of your view?
You must include a reference page at the end of your essay. You may refer to Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (new window) for proper formatting if you so wish.
The paper choice I choose is DASH, which is Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP. Please read the requirement attached in the file. My requirement is to follow the instruction closely(because this teacher is very strict) and write in a clear but simply language. Make sure people could understand it and use any resources to state it. Please give me your reference list on Friday. I could also extend the deadline one more day, so please make sure that you have enough time to think through and write this paper. Preferred language style Simple (Easy vocabulary, simple grammar constructions)
Assessment Part 1 This assessment tests your ability to think about the ways data can be processed and analysed. The task is to write a simple function in R. The function itself should perform one or a number of spatial analysis routines, and produce an output file and/or visualisation of a dataset we have used in class or that you have sourced yourself. You should submit the code with your R Script file. Examples will be provided in class. Things to consider:
1. The final function should address a clear problem and turn the raw data into information.
2. You may wish to integrate the plotting of data into the function but this may not always be appropriate. 3. The function should offer a number of clearly explained parameters for the user to adjust if they wish to experiment with a range of results. The accompanying write-up should take the form of a manual for the function’s use. It should include: 1. A flow diagram to demonstrate the sequence of steps in the function. 2. Explanation of the R object format required – such as what variables are required. 3. A worked example of the function in action. You may also wish to include: 1. The need for such a function to be written and rationale for your approach. 2. A description of the data used to demonstrate the function
3. The scientific basis and brief description of the analysis implemented. 4. Testing you have performed to ensure the outputs are reliable. 5. Potential applications of the function beyond those demonstrated. 6. Limitations.
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