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Business Studies

kindly read the business study instructions and please write the papers based on

kindly read the business study instructions and please write the papers based on the answers of the interview sheet

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Criminal Justice

As you have learned in this course, there are numerous criminological theories t

As you have learned in this course, there are numerous criminological theories that attempt to explain the causes of criminal behavior. Despite disagreement among the different theories regarding the causes of this behavior, research data gathered in support of each theory can be very useful to criminal justice professionals. In this discussion, you will explore the importance of knowing and applying criminological theory.
Answer the following questions in your initial post:
What are the benefits of understanding criminological theories?
What are possible limitations of applying theories?
What are potential negative consequences of generalizing or stereotyping in regard to criminal behavior?

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English 101

ASSIGNMENT: Review the in-text comments and summary feedback you received on you

ASSIGNMENT: Review the in-text comments and summary feedback you received on your Touchstone 3.2 draft to enhance your writing. You will then submit a revision of your Touchstone 3.2 draft that reflects the evaluator’s feedback. Make sure to include a copy of your Touchstone 3.2 draft below the reflection questions for this unit.
As this assignment builds on Touchstone 3.2: Draft an Argumentative Research Essay, that Touchstone must be graded before you can submit your final research essay.
Sample Touchstone 4
In order to foster learning and growth, all essays you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the Touchstone.
A. Final Draft Guidelines
DIRECTIONS: Refer to the list below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until it meets these guidelines.
1. Editing and Revising
❒ Have you significantly revised the essay by adjusting areas like organization, focus, and clarity?
❒ Have you made comprehensive edits to word choice, sentence variety, and style?
❒ Have your edits and revisions addressed the feedback provided by your evaluator?
2. Cohesion and Source Integration
❒ Is the information presented in a logical order that is easy for the reader to follow?
❒ Have you included smooth transitions between sentences and paragraphs?
❒ Have you introduced your sources clearly and in a way that demonstrates their validity to the reader?
3. Conventions and Proofreading
❒ Have you double-checked for correct formatting, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization?
❒ Have you ensured that any quoted material is represented accurately?
4. Reflection
❒ Have you displayed a clear understanding of the revision process?
❒ Have you answered all reflection questions thoughtfully and included insights, observations, and/or examples in all responses?
❒ Are your answers included on a separate page below the composition?
B. Reflection Questions
DIRECTIONS: Below your assignment, include answers to all of the following reflection questions.
How much time did you spend revising your draft? What revision strategies did you use and which worked best for you? (2-3 sentences)
List three concrete revisions that you made and explain how you made them. What problem did you fix with each of these revisions? Issues may be unity, cohesion, rhetorical appeals, content, or any other areas on which you received constructive feedback. (4-5 sentences)
What did you learn about your writing process or yourself as a writer? How has your understanding of the research process changed as a result of taking this course? (2-3 sentences)
C. Rubric
D. Requirements
The following requirements must be met for your submission to be graded:
Composition must be 6-8 pages (approximately 1500-2000 words, not including your references or reflection question responses).
Double-space the composition and use one-inch margins.
Use a readable 12-point font.
All writing must be appropriate for an academic context.
Composition must be original and written for this assignment.
Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
Submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your composition.
Submission must include your graded Touchstone 3 assignment.
Include all of the assignment components in a single file.
Acceptable file formats include .doc and .docx.
E. Additional Resources
The following resources will be helpful to you as you work on this assignment:
Purdue Online Writing Lab’s APA Formatting and Style Guide
This site includes a comprehensive overview of APA style, as well as individual pages with guidelines for specific citation types.
Frequently Asked Questions About APA Style
This page on the official APA website addresses common questions related to APA formatting. The “References,” “Punctuation,” and “Grammar and Writing Style” sections will be the most useful to your work in this course.
APA Style: Quick Answers—References
This page on the official APA Style website provides numerous examples of reference list formatting for various source types.

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Business Studies

This assignment will help you prepare for the Topic 4 Three Pillars and Future I

This assignment will help you prepare for the Topic 4 Three Pillars and Future Impact assignment. Review the directions in Topic 4 assignment for details.
For this assignment, you will need three peer-reviewed journal articles, one for each of the three pillars (servant leadership, ethics, and entrepreneurism) that may come from the References List assignment in Topic 2. Locate peer-reviewed journal articles that provide support for the Topic 4 assignment on the three pillars as they relate to the industry with which you are familiar. All references are required to have been published within the last 5 years and may not come from the topic Resources or Class Resources. In your annotated bibliography, include the following:
A brief description of the article.
Main ideas from the article.
How this source is relevant to your research paper.
Why the article is considered scholarly.
Reminder: This is an academic exercise that should not be written in first person.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA section of “Preparing Annotated Bibliographies,” located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

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Business Studies

Write a 750-1,000-word essay describing your vision for your career once you hav

Write a 750-1,000-word essay describing your vision for your career once you have completed your master’s degree. In this paper, address the following:
How will each of the three pillars—servant leadership, ethics, and entrepreneurism— be integrated and impact your business practice in the future?
How will the three pillars enable you to contribute to the greater social good in your industry and within the community? Support your response with at least one peer-reviewed journal.
This assignment requires a minimum of four peer-reviewed journal articles published within the past 5 years, which may include the three articles from the Topic 3 Annotated Bibliography assignment.
Reminder: This is an APA paper that must include a separate title page and a reference page.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.

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English 101

Select a topic and formulate a thesis clearly stating your position on the ethic

Select a topic and formulate a thesis clearly stating your position on the ethical issue. Show your teacher for approval.
Begin your research. Find at least ten sources. Create a working bibliography and a digital copy of all sources with the bibs at the beginning of each source.. Take notes taking care to paraphrase information in a way that will avoid plagiarism. If you have to use information word for word, remember to use quotation marks when transferring the information to your essay. Statistics, facts, case studies, etc. are great things to use to back up your opinion. Make sure you keep track of all borrowed information so that you can parenthetically document the information as it is used in the paper.
Outline your essay.
Write the essay. Make sure to parenthetically document ANY (quoted or paraphrased) information that is NOT YOUR ORIGINAL idea. Organize your body paragraphs (main arguments/supports) from weakest to strongest. Make sure to decisively conclude the paper.
End your essay with a works cited page. You will submit digital copies of your sources separately via Google Classroom
*Remember, papers will be checked for plagiarism!!!
Topics
Euthanasia (Right to Die)
Animal testing
Genetic Testing (reproductive, disease)
Genetic Engineering (modified plants, food, etc.)
Selling/buying organs
Medical use of marijuana
Legalized steroid use for athletes
Fat tax/sin tax- should fatty and sugary foods be taxed the way cigarettes and alcohol are to control what
people eat/health conditions?
Should college athletes be paid?
Immunizations: Should they be mandatory or not?
Children playing high impact sports/dangers of CTEIntroduction/Thesis paragraph
General information/ Background info that focuses the reader on your specific topic.
Thesis points that define the issue.
Opposing view point(s)—briefly state but don’t explain the key points made by those who are opposed to the issue that you have chosen to defend. If you find that there is more than one unique opposing viewpoint, treat them as separate thesis points.
Counterpoint—this is the side of the issue that you believe in and/or have the strongest evidence to support.
Thesis statement—this sums up the issue and states clearly your position on it. For example, if your issue is health care and you support reform towards universal health care, your thesis will be something along these lines: Though the opponents of health care reform are adamant that there need to be no changes in national health care policy, there is strong evidence to support reform towards universal health care for both economic and moral reasons.
Opposing case(s) (If there are two, they would follow the same outline below—first one, then the other)
Topic sentence focusing on the opponents and their beliefs/issues.
Evidence/analysis: This is where you bring in the evidence that opposes what you have found to be the better option.
Concluding statement.
Counterpoint: This is where you really flesh out your case. This paragraph may be repeated (in terms of organization) if you have another counterpoint or a new reason that supports your position. In other words, additional Roman numerals to your outline prior to your conclusion.
Topic sentence focusing on the position you are supporting, focusing
Evidence/Analysis that addresses the opponents’ points made above and counters them with evidence to the contrary.
Another example that supports your topic sentence (if developed)
Evidence/analysis to show how this second example address your argument, etc.
Transition to your next argument/reason.
New reason for your case/counterpoint: (usually strongest argument
Topic sentence that takes your reader away from the opponent’s views and focuses him/her on the “correct” side of the issue.
Evidence/Analysis (not used to counter above) that provides more statistical/evidential/moral strength to your case.
Another example that supports your topic sentence (if developed)
Evidence/analysis to show how this second example address your argument, etc.
Concluding statements that drive home your point. Possible transition to final argument.
Final and strongest reason for your case/counterpoint.
Topic sentence that takes your reader away from the opponent’s views and focuses him/her on the “correct” side of the issue.
Evidence/Analysis (not used to counter above) that provides more statistical/evidential/moral strength to your case.
Another example that supports your topic sentence (if developed)
Evidence/analysis to show how this second example address your argument, etc.
Concluding statements that drive home your point.
Concluding paragraph—short and sweet that sums up the issue and
takes it home to your reader. Always restate the thesis.

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Sociology

For your initial post, address the following: Select one topic that you wrote ab

For your initial post, address the following:
Select one topic that you wrote about in a previous discussion that you are interested in examining using the social science lens. These topics include:
16th and 17th Century Scottish Witch Trials (history lens)
A cultural expression from a subculture you identify with (humanities lens)
A scientific research question (natural and applied sciences lens)
Explain how you might analyze or think about that topic from the perspective of the social science lens.
What types of demographical or statistical information might be significant to your analysis of the topic?
What social structures, institutions, or systems might impact the topic?
How is your analysis of the topic expanded or strengthened by using more than one lens?

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Communications

In this paper, you will select a documentary from this link https://www.kanopy.c

In this paper, you will select a documentary from this link https://www.kanopy.com/en/colorado/search for school select (colorado boulder) if there are any issues let me know right away
Documentary name: the mask you live in
and after watching it (you may need to
watch it more than once), apply the concepts from the semester’s study. The objective is for you to demonstrate an understanding of the various topics we have discussed as they apply to historical and/or contemporary intercultural and co-cultural events and relationships. Topic, Purpose, and Content
 Select a documentary from the list in Canvas
o These will require that you create a Kanopy account through the CU
Library
 Include a thesis statement at the beginning of the paper…what is the overall take
away that you have after analyzing the documentary content through the lens of
intercultural communication concepts. You do not need a full traditional
“introduction.”
 Summarize the documentary in 150-250 words.
 Identity and explain an imperative that applies to the theme of the documentary.
 Select 6 concepts ( The 6 concepts are:
1. Identity (class,religion race)
2.non verbal codes and cultural space
3-popularculture and intercultural communication
4-culture, communication, and intercultural relationships
5- culture, communication and conflict
6-striving for engaged anf eddective intercultural communication
from the semester to apply to the content of the documentary
o For concepts think big picture not individual terms, more along sections of
chapters or chapter themes.
o Explain the concepts in turn
 Definitions of terms, concepts, vocabulary, etc. from the text should
be included in an appendix at the end of the paper.
 Include an APA formatted in-text citation for all definitions.
 Appendix is not included in the page count.
o Explain how the concepts help you to understand the topics addressed in
your chosen documentary
o Be sure to use specific examples from the documentary and sufficient
explanations to demonstrate understanding and utility of both the
concepts and the documentary
 No additional research is required but if it will help you to situate the content of
the documentary, you are welcome and encouraged to conduct and include such
research. It is better to get additional information to make sure your analysis is
accurate and grounded. Include an APA References page and appropriate in-text
citations for outside research.
 Conclude the paper with a “take away.” As a student of intercultural
communication, how can you extend your knowledge into the world?
Logistics/Format
 8-15 pages
 Typed, double spaced
 11-12 point serif font (Cambria, Times New Roman, etc. No Calibri or Arial…those
are sans serif fonts)
 1” margins
 Page # in upper right hand corner (.5” from right and top margin)
 Title at top of page 1…NO other information on the paper…not your name, not
my name, not the class…just the title of the paper on the first line of the first page
 Use of section headers are encouraged for clarity
rubric:
 100 points
o Thesis statement: 4 points
o Appendix: 4 points
o 6 concepts: 72 points (12 points per concept)
 Identification of concept
 Accurate application/analysis
 Sufficient support and explanation
o Writing clarity: 10 points

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Sociology

In this activity, you will work on the second part of the reflection section of

In this activity, you will work on the second part of the reflection section of your project. Include diverse perspectives from varied sources to support your points. Look to the SNHU Shapiro Library for assistance and consider the sources you have used thus far to support the critical analysis of your topic. First, you will explain how the analysis of your topic in diversity may have been different if you had used one of the other general education lenses. Next, you will explain how critically analyzing diversity positively affects your interactions with people. Finally, you will describe how this course has impacted your understanding of the role of diversity in society.
You are not required to answer each question below the rubric criteria but may use them to better understand the criteria and guide your thinking.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Integrate reliable evidence from varied sources throughout your paper to support your analysis.
It is important to draw from a more diverse pool of perspectives from varied sources to support the analysis. This is different from the Citations and Attributions rubric criterion.
Reliable evidence from varied sources should be interwoven throughout the paper itself, while citing and attributing sources will be represented as APA in-text citations and a reference list at the end of your work.
You will be evaluated on both criteria.
Explain at least one way in which your analysis might have been different if you had used one of the other general education lenses to analyze your topic.
This should be a brief (3–5 sentences) reflection about how using the language and perspective from a different lens would shift your view of your topic.
Explain how critically analyzing diversity adds value to interactions with people in a variety of contexts.
Think about ways in which individual conversations are strengthened by a greater awareness of diversity. Consider including an example from your life.
Describe how this course has helped you understand the role of diversity in society.
Consider how having a better understanding of concepts such as bias, intersectionality, culture, and identity contributes to your perceptions of diversity in society. Also, how might your critical analysis skills impact how you approach topics of diversity?
What to Submit
Submit your short paper as a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Sources should be cited according to APA style.

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Communications

Subject Matter: Why are ACT (American College Testing) scores important for coll

Subject Matter: Why are ACT (American College Testing) scores important for college admission?
The article must contain the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY & HOW of the subject matter.
This is for a newspaper article not an essay, the source does not need a text citation in the story after each attribution or to be listed in a reference or works cited list. All quotes must be attributed. Include the name of the person speaking in the sentence and surround their exact words in quotations marks.
ACT is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACT_(test)
https://www.collegeraptor.com/getting-in/articles/act-sat/why-is-the-actsat-so-