Please submit your research paper here. The paper must… >Focus an environmental issue of interest to you, including… >An overview of the issue, including how the issue came to be acknowledged as a challenge >An explanation of the threat to or impact on human and animal life posed by the issue, including the scientific information that allows to understand and characterize the issue >An overview of the policy approaches that have been taken to address the issue. >A detailed discussion of the various stakeholders and major parties to the issue, their interests in the issue, their preferred outcomes on the issue, and their proposed policy prescriptions to the issue. >Your evaluation of the policy approaches set forth by the stakeholders and parties, along with your original policy recommendation to the issue. >A short discussion of the practical viability of your proposed policy recommendation. Would your proposal survive the political process? Do the relevant parties possess the political will and access to resources to implement your proposal? >A conclusion that summarizes the discussion in the paper. >Be a Microsoft Word document. >Use Times New Roman font. >Use 12-point font. >Be double-spaced with 1-inch margins at top, bottom, and each side. >Be between 12 and 15 pages long. The page count does not include… >Title page >Maps, pictures, or other graphics >References page >Appendices Use APA format for citations and references
Pick 1 out these 3 scenarios: • Hank hits a pedestrian with his car and doesn’t stop. The police see this and chase him to his house in a suburban area. The police arrest Hank on his front porch and since his house is not locked, they enter it and find a large cache of weapons along with some counterfeit money. • Sylvia stays at a motel overnight. After she has checked out, the police show up and ask the management to fetch the trash from the room for them to look at. At the bottom of the trash can they find evidence that Sylvia has been forging checks. • A police detective sees a man waiting at a bus stop in the area where the man is known to sell drugs to teenagers. The detective searches the man and finds illegal drugs in an inner jacket pocket.
Studying a still image or watching a clip repeatedly allows us to see what we do not notice (but often feel) when we watch a film in real-time. This assignment asks you to pay attention to film style, to work out how it shapes our expectations, creates motifs and directs our attention, clarifies or emphasizes meanings and shapes our emotional response to a film. Bordwell, Thompson, and Smith define film style as the “pattern of technical choices” that creates the “look and feel” of a film. Style includes editing and sound, but for this exercise, you should focus on mise-en-scene and cinematography. Bordwell, Thompson, and Smith specify mise-en-scene as four “aspects of the film that overlap with the art of the theatre: setting, lighting, costume and makeup, and staging and performance.” They define cinematography as “all the filmmaker’s decisions about camerawork,” including attributes of the image such as tonality, perspective, and special effects, and attributes of framing such as aspect ratio, camera position, movement, and duration.
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the instruction will be attached in the documents with the grading scale and the reading and a sample of what you should do. You need to find 3 citations in the text that best demonstrates the theory and the author’s argument and you elaborate on the three citations. you back up the author’s argument and then you finish with a discussion question. readings and pose at least one question for discussion: In a one-page analysis (between 250 and 500 words): i) identify three (3) key quotes from the week’s reading; ii) discuss how each quote illustrates the theorist’s core argument; and iii) critically reflect on the core argument, posing at least one (1) question for discussion. What assumptions does the theorist make in their analysis? What critical issues does the article raise? What dilemmas does it pose for the study of sociology?
“Yes,” you say. “I think I have what I need.” “Of course we want your final conclusion and recommendation on what the company should do regarding the location issue, as well,” he says. “What type of presentation do you have in mind, Lester?” “A PowerPoint presentation would be appropriate for this group,” he says. “I want you to include slide notes, too, in case we have to go back and look at something at a later date. Your PowerPoint presentation should contain between 7-10 slides, not including the title slide and reference slide(s). For each slide, you should have between 150–200 words in the Notes sections. Let’s take a few minutes now to go over how the slides should be organized. I’ve done similar presentations, so I can save you some time with a few pointers.” When you get back to your office, you type out your notes about each element you discussed and the overall organization of the presentation. For this presentation, you are addressing the following elements: Legal, social, and financial factor considerations Economic factors: gross domestic product (GDP), inflation, interest rates, unemployment Elasticity of demand Economies of scale and efficiency Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) Market structure Risk Costs (marginal, fixed, variable, etc.) International expansion (Five factors that should be considered before making the decision to expand internationally)
Discussion 9 -Readings(Chapter 7, Topic 5)& Discussion 10 -Readings (Chapter 8, Topic 1 )can be on same page just title each and separate references . discussion 9-no word count just answer topic in details
In 350 words prepare a post relative to the origins, content and importance of the following legislation: Pendleton Act of 1883 and the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978
Vignette: Landon, a.k.a “Litos”, is a 39-year-old active duty soldier in the Army. He just finished his 18th year of service and plans on retiring at 20 years of service. He is divorced, with 2 children; Cody is 14 years old and Hayden is 12 years old. Landon has recently started coming to you as a client. He says he is seeking counseling because he is struggling with his divorce and has had continued communication issues with his ex-wife over parenting. He states that he loves his boys, but the fights with his ex-wife have interfered with his relationship with his children and how he functions at work. He says that his wife left a year and a half ago because she complained of not being able to “connect” with him for several years and also complained that his drinking has increased substantially over the past 5 years. He tells you that he disagrees with her complaints in the marriage and that he believes she couldn’t handle the constant relocations and deployments. When you ask about his childhood, he relates to you that his parents fought viciously when he was a kid and divorced when he was 11. His father left the picture shortly after, and he rarely saw him from then on. He states that he does drink, but only to help him sleep and never more than 4-5 beers at a time. He says drinking is a normal occurrence in the military. He states that he has had issues sleeping for several years, and that it didn’t start until a year after his third deployment. He is a 12B in the Army and does route clearance when deployed. He has lost several people he was close to while on deployments by IED attacks. He says that he was a witness to more than one of his fellow soldiers’ deaths and does not want to rehash that. He states that he has never processed the losses, but that’s not why he is here. When you ask about his support system, he explains that after the divorce, he lost his primary support, because his own family is still in Wisconsin, which is over 1,000 miles away. He rarely sees them and has been transferred to different duty stations (PCS’d) more than a handful of times in his career. He says that truly, his platoon is his family. Sleep does not come easy, nightmares come and go, and he admits that he has had some anger issues that have affected his marriage. The MP’s were called to his home at one point for domestic disturbance before the final separation, but no one was charged. He attributes that incident to a night of too much drinking by both he and his ex-wife. Now, with the divorce finalized, his children are moving back to Wisconsin with his ex-wife and he is struggling to find balance in his life. Once they are gone, he will only have his peers. He admits that he has never been to counseling and appears uncomfortable and guarded. Early on in this first session, he asks you if you have ever served.————————————————————————————thoroughly read through your selected clinical case, paying close attention to the history, symptoms, and presentation. Based on the information given, choose a trauma therapy that you have learned about this week to research further and incorporate into your treatment plan for your client. Respond to the following prompts to help you effectively further your research on your selected trauma therapy. Your responses should be written in the format of a 2-3 page paper, include at least two scholarly references: What is your chosen therapy? Why are you choosing this therapy for this client? What symptoms, risks, or history contributed to your decision? What does the evidence say about the efficacy of this therapy? What are your treatment goals for this client and how do you hope this therapy may help you accomplish these goals?
Read the posts of your peers, responding to at least one. Expand the discussion in some way by asking questions, clarifying, offering another viewpoint or sharing resources. responding with 150 words and two references each