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IT systems

Identify five different IT systems that have affected business in the past few years. For each system, briefly note the following:

 

  • The system’s name
  • The area of business it affects
  • What changes the system brought to the business world
  • What business processes changed because of the system
  • The system’s likely future effect

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Create a diagram using Microsoft® Visio® that lists the IT systems you identified.

 

Refer to the University of Phoenix Material: Microsoft® Visio® and Business Process Diagrams.

 

In your Visio® document, use a rectangle to diagram the name of each system and the area of business it affects. Use a triangle to indicate the challenges and business process changes. Use a rounded square to list likely future affects of the system

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Nietzsche’s theory

Can we practice Nietzsche’s theory and learn to be happy through suffering? What exactly does Nietzsche mean when he says happiness does not come from escaping our troubles but from cultivating them and turning them to our advantage? To what extent has Frances Lefkowitz been able to turn her troubles to her advantage? Do you think she ultimately succeeds? Why or why not?

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Required Criteria for Reflection Papers

• 25 points (late penalty 5 points per day and returned without comments)

• due Thursday by midnight (upload to the assignment link in Catalyst) 

• ONE page single spaced 12 pt font (I will not read past the first page)

• Essay structure with thesis and organized paragraphs

• Must make use of the readings through paraphrase and direct quotations

• Proofread for punctuation and spelling (I will not read papers with spelling errors, and they will be returned with late penalties until you run the spell check resubmit) 



General Advice

These papers may be short, but they are not easy. You must think about what you want to say and be organized. Do not ramble or treat these like diary pages or forum posts. Use the prompt and write a thoughtful, direct response organized around a central main idea.



Keep in mind that ideas are easiest to follow when sorted out and organized into meaningful paragraphs. A paragraph has ONE main idea expressed in a topic sentence. That idea is specific and needs to be explained or developed so the reader understands what you mean. The sentences that follow the topic sentences are there to describe, develop, and explain what you mean. Use active verbs, precise nouns and descriptive adjectives to make your ideas clear and interesting to the reader. Connect your ideas with transitions so the conversation runs smoothly and is logical, and when you have developed that main point, move on to the next paragraph.



In a one page paper, don’t spend too much time on your introduction and conclusion. Just jump right in and develop your thesis.



Introduce the quotations you use with signal phrasesThese help the reader follow what you are doing, they help them know who is speaking, and they allow you to give credit your sources.



Cite your sources using MLA citation format. For a quick overview of the basics see, MLA In-Text Citations | MLA Works Cited: Other Common Sources | MLA Works Cited: Electronic Sources | MLA Works Cited Page: Basic Format

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Global Information and Technology Management

Student should remember that the nature of the class is Global Information and Technology Management and the focus of the paper should revolve around this theme. Papers that do not address this topic, but focus instead on other important, but irrelevant issues will not grade well. The paper will
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have 6-8 pages of content and be prepared using APA 6th Edition standards. The content of the paper does not include cover pages, reference pages, abstracts, introductions, conclusions, and other materials that support the content. At least four references, in addition to the textbook, will be cited, and writing should show college level work.

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Make relation of the Novel Brave new World to our current society

Adlous Huxley’s Brave New World includes many aspects that reflect fundamental parts of a society, i.e. work, human development, education, religion, social status, intimate human relations, etc.  Observe the society you live in and decide which aspect of Brave New World most closely resembles the society we live in now.

paper should include both a clear presentation of this aspect as it appears in the novel and provide evidence of how aspects occurs and functions in our present society.

The sources should include journal articles, books, films, and online sources.  Ideally there should be at least one of each.  You may use material already read for class.

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Citations will follow MLA format.

Please make sure to have a good idea of this novel and compare it with our present society. For example,

I)How big organization are training employee to develop skill and make work in stereotypical image of society

2)  another topic can be use of drug as an alternatives to facing and dealing with harsh realities of the world

you can create your own topic too.

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Hive drug treatment in South Africa

HIV drug treatment in South Africa

Nadia abokar
DR Simon Dryden
London Metropolitan University
29/11/2013
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Introduction
The topic of this research paper is “HIV drug treatment in South Africa”. Beside preventive measure, there are a number of treatments that are being used by the health care institutions to fight against HIV. Drug treatment is considered to be an effective treatment among all the HIV treatment being carried out in South Africa. This research papers will discuss the significant drugs used to cure the symptoms of HIV. This literature review presented in the paper focus on finding significant data regarding effective HIV drug used for treating the patients of HIV. It also highlights the side effects of these drugs and mention ways of making the HIV drug treatment as safe as possible.
HIV is an important health concern as about a million of people are infected annually by this pandemic.  Africa is disproportionately bearing the weight of HIV/AIDS epidemic. The population of Africa forms 11 percent of the world’s total population and about 67 percent of the people infected by HIV are living in Africa. About 22.4 million population of Africa is infected by HIV virus and about 1.9 million new HIV cases were reported in the year 2008. About 10 million African children lost their parent because of HIV, in the last year.
The countries located in the north of Africa have the lower prevalence HIV rate. However according to statistics South Africa is the worst HIV affected part of this continent.  About 10 percent of the population of Zambia, Swaziland, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana and Zimbabwe, is affected by HIV virus. In the sub- Saharan part of Africa the HIV patients acquire half of the beds present at any hospitals. Health care professionals have been highly affected by this pandemic. In the years 1990-2005 about 17 percent of the health work force was lost because of this killer virus.
In response to this major health risk a number of initiatives have been taken to educate the population of Africa, in order to reduce the potential risk of HIV. In 2013, a special report was issued by UNAINDS. According to this report the number of people receiving anti-retroviral treatment in the current year is seven times more than the patient receiving treatment five years back.
Education is the main source by the help of which develop Africa fight against HIV/AIDS. There are several institutions that offer training to the individuals to eliminate the misconception about HIV this help them to make informed decision related to their health.
There are several programs being offered in Africa one of which is “sensitization program”. This program helps in spreading awareness related to the cause, symptoms and treatment of HIV. This program also support research that later on help in reducing the number of new HIV infections found. The other significant aim of this program is to correct the misconception of people regarding HIV.
Although the cure of HIV has not been found but there are enough treatments present that support people in living long and productive life with the HIV virus. There are varieties of treatment related research that goes on, in order to finding a cure or ways through which the effects of HIV can be eradicated or simply minimized. Drug Trials, HIV clinical research, developing treatment guidelines and HIV best practices, and creating and implementing treatment that would stop new HIV infections are some of the clinical practice being carried out by medical researchers.

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Significance of the topic
This research topic has been the focus of attention of about thousands of researchers. This topic is quite significant as it is directly related to the health of the people of South Africa or the world as a whole. HIV has been the reason of immense suffering in South Africa. Some of the most obvious effects of HIV include illness and death. The impact of HIV has not been restricted to health sector but it has also affected other areas such as household, workplace, educational institutions and economies.
The affects if HIV on households has been very severe in the last few. Household are considered to be the poorest section of the society; thus it is most vulnerable to the harmful effects of HIV. In severe cases HIV causes this feeble institution of the society to dissolve because as the parents die, their children are sent to orphanages or relatives for support and upbringing. Before HIV dissolves this institution of society, it strips families of their assets as most of the family’s income is spent on the expenditure related to treatment.
Older people are also at the same exposed risk as middle age or young ones. It is difficult not to overemphasize on the hardships and trauma that the orphans face, after losing their parent to this pandemic. As the parents or the elder members of the family become affected by the disease; the responsibility of earning is then passed to the children, who then have to earn their living, prepare food and look after their family. The number of children been orphaned because of HIV is more in South Africa than any other place in the world; therefore it is important to study the topic and find the treatment that can be effective for the South African population in the war against HIV.

Objective of Research
The main objective of this research is:
• To reduce the legal, economic, social and political barriers that makes the population of South Africa vulnerable to HIV virus.
• To increase the access of the people of South Asia to treatment, care and support.
• To increase the access of people to the intervention, in order to get prevention against HIV by the help of different programs.
Methodology
The data for this research will be collected through secondary sources by reviewing different research papers on related topics. Other sources of data collection involve journals, books and website. The research methodology involves the analysis of the existing data collected from reliable source. An effective conclusion will then be drawn based on the findings of this research.
Literature Review
The cure of HIV has not been found; however in South Africa a variety of drugs in combination are used to treat the patients affected by HIV. Some medications have been effective enough to disable the ability of HIV to replicate itself. Each class of anti HIV drugs has the ability to block HIV virus in their own separate ways. For treating HIV patients the combination of three class of HIV drug are used, so that the growth of HIV strains can be stopped. The reason behind using the different classes of drugs as combination is that the HIV strain is immune to the drug belonging to a single class. Following are the classes of anti HIV drugs:
Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTIs)
The drugs belonging to this class are used to disable the protein needed by the HIV virus to replicate itself. The drugs are Etravirine (Intelence), Efavirenz (Sustiva), and Nevirapine (Viramune).
Nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs)
These drugs are the faulty version of building block required by HIV to make its further copies. These drugs include, the combination drugs Tenofovir (Truvada) and Emtricitabine, Abacavir (Ziagen) and Lamivudine and Zidovudine (Combivir).
Protease inhibitors (PIs)
This class of drugs are used to disable protease, which is another protein required by HIV to replicate itself. The drugs that fall into this class are Darunavir (Prezista), Atazanavir (Reyataz), Ritonavir (Norvir) and Fosamprenavir (Lexiva).
Entry or fusion inhibitors
The task of these drugs is to restrict the entry of HIV virus into the CD4 cells. The examples of drugs are Maraviroc (Selzentry) and Enfuvirtide (Fuzeon).
Integrase inhibitors
Raltegravir (Isentress) disables the activity of integrase, which is a protein that is used as a tool by HIV for inserting its genetic material in CD4 cells (Treatments and drugs, 2012).
The treatment of HIV should begin as soon as the patient develops the symptoms of HIV. The treatment regime of HIV can somewhat be difficult as the person has to take combination of pills as a single dosage, for almost every day for rest of his or her life. the common side effects of these medicines can be Vomiting, nausea and diarrhea, shortness of breath, abnormal heartbeat, weakened bones, skin rash and death of bones most probably the one present in hip joints.
The response of a patient to the drug treatment can be measured by the CD4 count and the viral load. The viral load of the patient is tested at the staring of the drug treatment and then regularly after three or four month during the drug therapy. The effectiveness of the drug treatment can be seen if the viral load within a patient reaches a level that it is undetectable. This doesn’t means that the patient has become HIV free but it is the indication that the viral load isn’t sensitive enough to be detected by the machine. HIV virus still can be transmitted to other by the patient, even if the viral load is undetectable (HIV Virus, 2013).

References
HIV Virus (2013), [Online], Available: http://www.ucsfhealth.org/conditions/hiv/treatment.html [2 November 2013].
Treatments and drugs (2012), [Online], Available: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/hiv-aids/DS00005/DSECTION=treatments-and-drugs [2 November 2012].

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Compulsory licensing of patented technology performs a very important role in enabling less-developed countries to satisfy the needs of their citizens.’ Discuss this statement critically.

– 20 references
– please critical discuss my topic
– write in the area of IP law
– sources : books, academic journal, article, website (not too much)
– * no news or magazine *
– clearly intro and conclude
– no need abstract
– no less than 4400 words
* if you dont have the idea about this topic, I have another topic following that you can choose

5. ‘Developments in trade mark law in the EU represent a serious and unjustified threat to free speech.’

Discuss this statement critically.

OR

6. ‘The movement towards plain packaging for tobacco represents an illegitimate expropriation of the trade mark owners’ property rights.’

Discuss this statement critically.

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Price Analysis for Navigation Systems for Drones

Assignment 2: Price Analysis for the Navigation System
Due Week 4 and worth 150 points

In order to complete this assignment, refer to the scenario from Assignment 1, as well as to the scenarios and readings from previous weeks.
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Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you:
1.    Analyze your company’s cost classification for pricing of the navigation system. Defend your cost classification to the U.S. government.
2.    Determine reasonable, allowable, allocable, variable, fixed, and semi-variable costs for your company after the initial start-up phase is complete.
3.    Predict the method for performing price analysis that the U.S. government will want from your new company and VectorCal. Justify the response.
4.    Use at least three (3) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
•    Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
•    Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
•    Examine the various cost classifications, the different allocation bases, and the application of cost-accounting standards.
•    Use technology and information resources to research issues in cost and price analysis.
•    Write clearly and concisely about cost and price analysis using proper writing mechanics.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.
Points: 150    Assignment 2: Price Analysis for the Navigation System
Criteria
Unacceptable
Below 60% F    Meets Minimum Expectations
60-69% D
Fair
70-79% C
Proficient
80-89% B
Exemplary
90-100% A
1. Analyze your company’s cost classification for pricing of the navigation system. Defend your cost classification to the U.S. government.
Weight: 25%    Did not submit or incompletely analyzed your company’s cost classification for pricing of the navigation system. Did not submit or incompletely defended your cost classification to the U.S. government.    Insufficiently analyzed your company’s cost classification for pricing of the navigation system. Insufficiently defended your cost classification to the U.S. government.    Partially analyzed your company’s cost classification for pricing of the navigation system. Partially defended your cost classification to the U.S. government.    Satisfactorily analyzed your company’s cost classification for pricing of the navigation system. Satisfactorily defended your cost classification to the U.S. government.    Thoroughly analyzed your company’s cost classification for pricing of the navigation system. Thoroughly defended your cost classification to the U.S. government.
2. Determine reasonable, allowable, allocable, variable, fixed, and semi-variable costs for your company after the initial start-up phase is complete.
Weight: 35%    Did not submit or incompletely determined reasonable, allowable, allocable, variable, fixed, and semi-variable costs for your company after the initial start-up phase is complete.
Insufficiently determined reasonable, allowable, allocable, variable, fixed, and semi-variable costs for your company after the initial start-up phase is complete.
Partially determined reasonable, allowable, allocable, variable, fixed, and semi-variable costs for your company after the initial start-up phase is complete.    Satisfactorily determined reasonable, allowable, allocable, variable, fixed, and semi-variable costs for your company after the initial start-up phase is complete.    Thoroughly determined reasonable, allowable, allocable, variable, fixed, and semi-variable costs for your company after the initial start-up phase is complete.
3. Predict the method for performing price analysis that the U.S. government will want from your new company and VectorCal. Justify the response.
Weight: 25%    Did not submit or incompletely predicted the method for performing price analysis that the U.S. government will want from your new company and VectorCal.
Insufficiently predicted the method for performing price analysis that the U.S. government will want from your new company and VectorCal.     Partially predicted the method for performing price analysis that the U.S. government will want from your new company and VectorCal.     Satisfactorily predicted the method for performing price analysis that the U.S. government will want from your new company and VectorCal.     Thoroughly predicted the method for performing price analysis that the U.S. government will want from your new company and VectorCal.
4. 3 references
Weight: 5%    No references provided    Does not meet the required number of references; all references poor quality choices.    Does not meet the required number of references; some references poor quality choices.    Meets number of required references; all references high quality choices.    Exceeds number of required references; all references high quality choices.
5. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements
Weight: 10%    More than 8 errors present     7-8 errors present    5-6 errors present    3-4 errors present    0-2 errors present

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international business and cultures

The topic of the paper must be related with Intercultural business, international business practices or any cross cultural aspects in international business. Topic must be approved by your instructor in advance. Group of max of 3-4 students are allow to work. Please notify your instructor.

The Paper should be 10 double-spaced pages include bibliography, charts, etc. Typed in font 12 Times Roman.  MLA format. The first page must contain the title, your name or group names and W#, course name, date.

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Paper will be grade based on:

• Descriptive, interpretative, and theoretical knowledge the students communicates about his/her theme/research,

• Presentation style,

• Content and updated information

• Creativity

• Knowledge and understanding about world-wide cross-cultural differences

• Ability to recognize cultural situations across the world and formulate solutions or recommendations.

Paper is due: July 25 at 11pm

Attach your paper here. Write in the subject your name or groups last names.

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given institution or symbol system in a nonwestern culture

given institution or symbol system in a nonwestern culture

Explain how a given institution or symbol system in a nonwestern culture enhances the viability of that culture or, alternately, serves the purposes of some social group or category within that culture

The Anthropology of Latin
America and the Caribbean
Harry Sanabria 7

Univez-oily of Pittsburgh

Boston N:-:wYork San Francisco a
Mexico City Montreal Toronto London Madrid Munich Paris
Hong Kong Singapore Tokyo Cape Town Sydney

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devise an innovative marketing

devise an innovative marketing

Paper instructions:

You are the KFC Account Manager at the Planet Sales Promotions Team and KFC has just handed you your toughest assignment. The growing Australian obesity problem is forcing many food manufacturers, supermarkets and fast-food companies to reconsider their product ranges and how they market their products. Six months ago KFC released the Healthier You range of chicken burgers and wraps—the primary targets were teenagers and families with children 3-12 years old.

Nutrition Australia’s website has the following information.

The average amount of kilojoules required daily is represented in the following table:
Age    Male    Female 12-15 years    10 900 kj    9 550 kj
16-18 years    12 900 kj    10 200 kj
19-50 years    11 550 kj    9 300 kj
51-70 years    10 450 kj    8 800 kj
Adults over 70 years    9 450 kj    8 300 kj
Source: NHMRC, Canberra . These figures represent average requirements for the Australian population. Actual energy needs for individuals will vary considerably depending on activity levels, body composition, state of health, age, weight and height.

http://www.nutritionaustralia.org/national/resource/balancing-energy-and-out#.U3lQxCidGSo

The kilojoules in KFC’s burgers and wraps range from 2,648 to 3,503—these are meals with regular chips and a can of soft drink. Having larger chips adds noticeably to the kilojoules.

Sales have been disappointing to say the least. The launch consisted of a $15m national TV launch campaign which was followed by intensive radio advertising ($1.5m) on highly targeted music and talk-back stations. Social media was used sparingly. Sales are only 25% of budget—sales reached $7.5m for the six months. Annual forecasts sales were as follows.

Year 1    $60m
Year 2    $100m
Year 3    $200m
Year 4    $350m

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The key message in the TV and radio campaigns was that the KFC Healthier You range ‘tastes just like a traditional KFC meal but only healthier.’

KFC now doubts the wisdom of the decision to introduce at this time the healthier food options. However, KFC recognises that if it does not address this issue then the Federal and State Governments may introduce new regulations on fast-food nutrition requirements and fast-food marketing practices. Consequently, KFC wishes to re-launch the Healthier You product range.

KFC has given you the following information:

1.    there will be no more TV or radio support for the next 6 months
2.    the objective is to gain sales of $30m through a new marketing promotions campaign

KFC’s marketing manager has allocated $3m for you to work with. Your ability to retain this prestigious account will depend heavily upon turning around the sales situation.

Devise an ‘innovative’ marketing promotions campaign for KFC for the coming six months.

Background—Male Cosmetics on the Rise
The usage of male cosmetics has grown considerably over the last two decades. 89% of men polled in the United States and Europe believed good grooming was important for their professional success, and 70% of them shopped for their own skincare products, as opposed to only 48% in 2008. Cosmetics companies have even begun to penetrate the over-40 market, which is not as saturated as the women’s and young men’s markets. L’Oreal has particularly focused on expanding its men’s skincare segment in Asia.
There are two key reasons why the male demographic is receiving so much attention from cosmetics companies: first and foremost, it is still not as saturated as the female market. More importantly, men have proven to be more loyal to specific products and brands than women are, who are more likely to switch to whatever the next trend is. Therefore cosmetics companies are trying to appeal to the male market in order to secure long-term loyal customers. With some exceptions (Maybelline, Lancôme, Shu Uemura and Kérastase) L’Oreal’s brands cater to both men and women. L’Oreal also spans different income levels, from affordable lines (Matrix) to luxury products (Yves Saint Laurent).
Source: http://www.wikinvest.com/stock/L%27oreal_%28LRLCY%29#Male_Cosmetics_on_the_Rise
The in-house magazine for the Fitness First chain of health clubs reported the following in its May/June 2011 edition, p. 20. “When it comes to guys and grooming products, the average Aussie guy is spending $20.20 per month, valuing the Australian men’s grooming market at $1.99bn annually. This is forecast to grow—currently younger Aussie men (25 to 34 years) spend $25.60 per month on grooming products. But despite this, Australia still has a long way to go before the metrosexual man becomes truly mainstream. Currently under half of Aussie guys (44%) are moisturising, just 17% exfoliate and under one in ten use any kind of facial treatment.”
The Scenario
L’Oreal employs the services of an external sales promotions firm to complement internal marketing expertise. You are the L’Oreal Account Manager at the New Millennium Sales Promotions Team and L’Oreal has just handed you your toughest assignment. It released a range of male cosmetics (called PEAK Performers) six months ago targeted at 18-24 year olds but the sales have been disappointing to say the least. Despite a $1m national TV launch campaign which was followed by intensive radio advertising ($0.5m) on highly targeted music and sport stations, sales are only 25% of budget—sales reached $125,000 for the six months.
Forecasts sales were as follows.
Year 1    $1m
Year 2    $3m
Year 3    $6m
Year 4    $10m

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The product range consists of exfoliation, cleansing and moisturising products. The products (in 100g packs) can be bought individually or in a combined package and the prices were:

•    Exfoliation    $25
•    Cleanser    $22
•    Moisturiser    $18
•    All three    $58

The bulk of the $125,000 sales were for the moisturiser.

The TV campaign focused on skin protection (by regularly using all three products) featuring local male models that appeared to fit the target market. The product range was available at the major department stores (Myer and David Jones) and at major pharmacy chains.

L’Oreal has given you the following information:

1.    there will be no more TV or radio support for the next 6 months;

2.    the objective is to gain sales of $0.75m through the sales promotions campaigns you develop;

3.    L’Oreal’s marketing manager has allocated $250,000 for you to work with; and

4.    your ability to retain this prestigious account will depend heavily upon turning around the sales situation.

Required

Devise an “innovative” marketing promotions campaign, incorporating (but not limited to) elements such as push and pull strategies, for L’Oreal for the coming six months.

25 marks

They are not to write what could be included in a plan but to write the ACTUAL PLAN—this has to be stressed during the exam preparation session in the lecture. Failure to do so will result in a fail mark for the question.

The question gives them some latitude to show their creativity but some key points should be evident in any answer. I expect them to show the following table (in some appropriate format).

Goals    How Measured    Objectives (next 6 months)
Growth    Sales ($)    $0.75m
Awareness    Unaided recall of brand name by target market    20%
Trial    % of target market trial product    10%
Repeat Purchase    % of trial purchasers repeat     50%
Efficiency    Maximum spent on sales promotions    $250,000

Whatever they devise should take into account the target audience – 18-24 year old males – they could (should) expand on this by making reasonable guesses, eg these are likely to be technology oriented (Internet, mobile phones, etc), they could be innovators or early adopters, that is they want to be seen/known for using the latest products. These additional elements may influence which marketing communications techniques are selected. In addition, they need to consider whether males have girlfriends, mothers, sisters who would buy these goods for them – what does this mean for the campaign?

At the consumer level where we’re chasing trial and repeat purchase but need to “spread the word” amongst the target audience. We could run a ‘design’ competition where members of the target audience could submit a new packaging design that will be used for a limited run—winner receives a voucher for $1,000 of product for self or friends, could use a POS display that says that upon purchase they get a number that can be used on a special PEAK Performer website – they can earn points for purchases and for customers who they referred and then go into a draw for a holiday, etc. The aim is to get the target market using the product, recruiting others (viral marketing) and being rewarded. There’s a considerable amount of freedom here but it has to make sense!

Could consider some form of trade promotion—students cannot just state this—they need to provide details.

Research – whilst the budget is small, some may consider it wise to spend some money upfront to evaluate whether the campaign could work. Most (hopefully) will mention that some research will be necessary at the end of the campaign to assess its successes/failures.

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Performance measurement:Qualitative approaches

Performance measurement:Qualitative approaches

Paper instructions:
Elective Module: Performance Measurement: Quantitative Approaches Assignment Question
How do different kinds of performance measures affect the behavior of people within the organization? Draw on concrete examples from organization(s) with which you are familiar, and on concepts covered in the module.

Approaching the question

Students are reminded that whilst some questions may very evidently refer to a particular unit they are all designed to span issues across the entire module. A full answer to the question will require reflection on the issues that you have encountered throughout the module. It is important to bear in mind that the content of your answer will depend on the argument that you wish to put forward in  answer  to  the  question  and  not  solely  on  the  concepts  that  the  question explicitly identifies.

The following points may help you to produce a good piece of work:
• The task is to write a critical discussion, not a descriptive report.
• You must address the question asked and not try to re-define, or ‘twist it round’, to allow you to write about something else. ‘Not answering the
question’ will result in a significant loss of marks.
• Being asked to discuss something is not the same as being asked to list things.
A discussion will consider alternative points of view and your own thinking and evaluation should be apparent in the discussion of the topic.

It is expected that you will consult academic and professional journals as well as textbooks. Many textbooks cover much the same information and you are only duplicating this when you consult numerous different textbooks. Textbooks tend not to have very up to date content and journal sources are vital for this.

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Discuss the ethical implications of the above quote in relation to either Anne Dunne’s “Ethics Impossible

Philosophy Media Ethics
Please answer the following TWO questions in short essay format of aprox. 800 words each. Please stick to these length guidelines. You will need to be precise.
 …….
Question 1  (10 points)  800 words
Choose ONE of the following quotes from the Unit 1 lecture notes:
A. For Habermas, the growth of the commercial mass media has had a hand in turning the public sphere (a powerful, critical public) into a passive public once again – a passive consumer public.
B. By the public sphere we mean first of all a realm of our social life in which something approaching public opinion can be formed. Access is guaranteed to all citizens.
C. The state and the public sphere do not overlap…[r]ather they confront one another as opponents. Habermas designates that sphere as public which antiquity understood to be private, i.e. the sphere of non-governmental opinion making.
 …….
Explain the quote you chose and apply it to ONE of the following forms of communications media:
TV
The Internet
Films
Radio
Photographs
Magazines
Graffiti
Question 2  (10 points) –  800 words
The distinctions between news, entertainment. and advertising have become blurred in today’s media.
Discuss the ethical implications of the above quote in relation to either Anne Dunne’s “Ethics Impossible? Advertising and the Infomercial” or William Babcock and Virginia Whitehouse’s “Celebrity As a Postmodern Phenomenon, Ethical Crisis for Democracy, and Media Nightmare”.
In your answer offer some critical analysis.
Please note: You do not need to (and do not have space) to offer a summary of the entire article here. Pick a main point/points you think are central and deserve focus.

…….

F1 motor racing

F1 motor racing

Using F1 motor racing as a case. Has the sport positively contributed to automobile innovation in the past 20 years? Does this support the concept of technology

diffusion?

1. Abstract (required – maximum 150 words)
2. Main text of the report including:
*Introduction – background to research, overview of topic, aims and objectives
*Supported arguments
*Conclusions and recommendations
3. References
4. Appendix or appendices (if applicable)

Pages should be numbered at the bottom centre of the page. The title page should be blank. The Abstract should be numbered with upper case Roman Numerals. The main

text, starting with the first page of the first chapter (or Introduction) should be numbered, starting with page 1, using Arabic Numerals, through to the end of the

references. Appendices should be numbered using lower case Roman Numerals.

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Presidents and Congress

Presidents and Congress

Please write an essay of 4 to 6 pages for the following question. I expect you to write your essay based on the readings identified below, on class forums, and on

lectures and other
video materials presented on the web site. I do not expect you to supplement these sources with outside research.
The essay will be due on July 30 by 1 pm. Please ensure that you finish your work sufficiently early that you will be able to submit the essay to Turnitin.com for

review before submitting your final draft to the class website.

Question:
Presidents have constitutional, institutional, and political sources of power. Of these, the constitutional powers are arguably the weakest. In an essay, describe the

constitutional
powers of the presidency and analyze how 20th century presidents have been able to
use their institutional and political resources to overcome these weaknesses. Given the evidence that you have presented, what is the likely future balance of power

between
Presidents and Congress? Why?
Readings that you should consult to answer this question:
Ginsberg, Lowi, Weir, and Spitzer, chapters 9-14 (pp. 268-451).
The Constitution of the United States as amended (pp. A11-A30 in your text).

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How is a child’s social identity established

this is the question:( you just need to answer one by one as follow)
1.How is a child’s social identity established?
2.Contrast the independent child-rearing practices of nuclear families in the U.S. with the dependent child rearing practices found in many non-Western societies. Do not simply list the characteristics, but offer a brief explanation of each as well. (Hint: I suggest you make two columns side-by-side, one showing U.S. practices, the other contrasting those with the practices of non-Western societies. This technique works well for any “compare and contrast” type of question, so you might keep it in mind for future use!)
3.How are “normal” and “abnormal” behaviors defined and decided upon within a particular culture? How might this be related to the way a culture deals with disease and illness?

…….

and here is the requirement:
1. Student uses facts and evidence to present a coherent answer. 2. Student uses examples from the textbook, and secondly draws on the Instructor lecture, and/or DVD. 3. Student demonstrates strong understanding of anthropological terms and concepts. 4. Student puts most information in own words in order to illustrate their understanding. 5. Student uses direct quotes sparingly. Student integrates direct quote only to support evidence and illustrate their understanding. 6. Student uses specific cultural examples–when asked– to illustrate their understanding. 7. Student is concise. 8. Student answers each aspect of this question completely. 9. Student avoids ethnocentrism and judgment of other cultures by showing compassion for others’ way of living. 10. Student cites all information using MLA in the text, especially page numbers from the textbook. 11. Correct use of grammar. College-level grammar.

and you should read the book-Cultural Anthropology: The Human Challenge at first!

…….

Why would we not want to use modern food foragers as good examples of the way ancient foragers might have lived

this is the question:( you just need to answer one by one as follow)
1. Why would we not want to use modern food foragers as good examples of the way ancient foragers might have lived? Provide several reasons here.
2. Compare and contrast food foraging with pastoral life patterns. Name one specific example of a food foraging culture and one of a pastoral culture. (This is another one of those questions that lends itself well to the “chart” method of answering.)

…….

3. What specifically distinguishes horticulturalists from agriculturalists, particularly in terms of intent, scale, and technology employed by each? Excluding the Hopi, name one specific horticultural society and one specific agricultural society, either from the text or DVDs. What do studies of Hopi cultivation techniques reveal about the distinction (or lack of distinction) between agriculture and horticulture?
4. Discuss what is meant by cultural adaptation. Give one example.

and here is the requirement:
1. Student uses facts and evidence to present a coherent answer. 2. Student uses examples from the textbook, and secondly draws on the Instructor lecture, and/or DVD. 3. Student demonstrates strong understanding of anthropological terms and concepts. 4. Student puts most information in own words in order to illustrate their understanding. 5. Student uses direct quotes sparingly. Student integrates direct quote only to support evidence and illustrate their understanding. 6. Student uses specific cultural examples–when asked– to illustrate their understanding. 7. Student is concise. 8. Student answers each aspect of this question completely. 9. Student avoids ethnocentrism and judgment of other cultures by showing compassion for others’ way of living. 10. Student cites all information using MLA in the text, especially page numbers from the textbook. 11. Correct use of grammar. College-level grammar.

and you should read the book-Cultural Anthropology: The Human Challenge at first!

…….

Consider the categories of antimicrobial agents.

Consider the categories of antimicrobial agents.

Think about differences between viral and bacterial infections.

Reflect on why proper identification of the infection is key to selecting the proper antimicrobial agent.

Write a 2- 3page paper describing the categories of antimicrobial agents (see: https://textbookofbacteriology.net/antimicrobial_2.html); describe the differences

between viral and bacterial infections; and explain why the proper identification of viral and bacterial infections is key to selecting the proper antimicrobial agent.

Please use the following as a resource if you can get access to it:

Arcangelo, V. P., & Peterson, A. M. (Eds.). (2013). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (3rd ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams &

Wilkins.
Chapter 8, “Principles of Antimicrobial Therapy” (pp. 96–117)

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Excerpt from They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933–45 by Milton Mayer

Excerpt from They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933–45 by Milton Mayer

Paper instructions:
Directions

1. Watch the video and read the text at the two links below.

2. Type a short essay that answers the following questions. Your responses should follow the format in the outline below (answer each point a – d).

a) What is the main idea of the video? What are two things you learned from watching it? Why do you think they are important? (One paragraph)

b) What is the main idea of the text? What are two things you learned from reading it? Why do you think they are important? (One paragraph)

c) Compare and/or contrast the video and text. Do they have any themes in common? Explain. (One paragraph)

d) Given your analysis of the video and knowledge gained from reading the text, what lesson(s) do you think Americans should learn for today? (One paragraph)
Excerpt from They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933–45 by Milton Mayer.
“Illegal Everything?” by John Stossel

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Sugar and Spice: The Benefits of Single Sex Education

Sugar and Spice: The Benefits of Single Sex Education

Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader is intended as little more than fun; we get to laugh at the Yale graduate who is seemingly outwitted by the ten year old girl who happens to know the precise square mileage of the Louisiana purchase.  But on the other hand the show does talk to a growing fear in American society: are our children receiving the education they deserve, and the education they will need, to compete in the new global economy?  The show suggests, of course, that we are fine; the kids almost always win.  The nightly news, however, and all of the educational journals tell a different story.
Every year we are reminded by various studies that, whereas we once led the world in public education, now we lag behind some surprising competitors: not only does Germany beat us, for example, in science achievement for twelfth graders, but so do England, Spain, China, Mexico, Peru, Ukraine, and Cuba (Jost 40).  The US also ranks twenty-ninth out of thirty five developed nations for the percentage of students who major in science related fields (Jost 40).  Moreover, although the US has lagged behind other competitor nations for some decades in the sciences, it is also becoming evident that the US is performing worse than ever in other, more fundamental literacies.  Kenneth Jost notes, for example, that although the US matches its peers at the elementary school level in reading and writing, by sixth grade the US has slipped to ninth place on the list (41); by twelve grade, its position is fourteenth.  Such data is, of course, sometimes misleading–in certain zip codes we have easily the best educational system in the developed world, whereas in others we have quite possibly the worst educational system–but it is clear that we are facing an educational crisis here.  One way in which we could help resolve some of these problems, however, would be to develop a system of single-sex education in which boys and girls are educated, at various stages of their childhoods, in gender-specific environments.
The concept of single sex education is hardly new; in fact, for most of history, societies have tended to educated their children in strictly separated gender environments.  And it was no doubt in response to the inequities of this system that America initially led the world in integrating the educational system for both boys and girls.  It is possible, however, that the time has now come for us to revisit the arguments in support of  single sex education.  First, we now have relatively good evidence that the cognitive development of boys and girls occurs at different rates and, ideally, the educational system should reflect those differences.  Second, many also believe that co-educational classrooms serve to distract students from the ultimate purpose of education: learning; it is believed that, especially in adolescence, teenagers are too paralyzed by peer pressure and distracted by hormones to concentrate on their work.  Third, a single-sex educational system could also tailor subjects so that, although the intellectual content remained the same, the way in which subjects are taught would reflect different gender viewpoints.

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The physiological arguments for single-sex education are well rehearsed.  So, at the most obvious level, it is well known that the ideal temperature in classrooms is different for boys and girls; a female student is said to do better in a warmer classroom then a male (Nesbitt 12). But such minor details are only superficial concerns.  More serious, for example, is that kindergartens throughout the country place a high value on, and praise, the development of fine motor skills–the ability, for example, to color inside a drawing, to cut along a line with scissors, and to pen neat lines of letters.  Significant evidence is emerging, however, that such fine motor skills develop much later for boys than they do for girls, and that boys, at this early age, are much more kinesthetic in their learning styles than are girls: to put it bluntly, boys tend to prefer to scribble over the lines than to color inside them.  At the other end of the educational process, however, it is also believed by some cognitive developmentalists that girls have a greater problem with mental manipulation of three dimensional images, and, as such, our schools need new and fresh approaches to teaching girls the traditional fields of geometry and trigonometry.  Both sexes would benefit, consequently, from teaching methods that emerge from our ever-growing understanding of the differences in gender cognition.
The second argument for divided classrooms–that adolescent boys and girls are emotionally and sexually distracted by each other–is hardly new.  Flannery argues convincingly, however, that the primary problem here is not the old argument of “hormonal rage” (33) but, instead, the ways in which culture in general teaches boys to compete with boys for the attention of girls, and girls with girls for the attention of boys; in other words, boys and girls are always going to find others attractive, but the problem is not that attraction per se but the associated competition that goes along with it.  The result is that boys emulate common stereotypes about what it means to be male in our society, and can appear “too cool for school.”  On the other hand, educators also believe that this phenomenon can also explain why girls perform as well as boys, academically, until the onset of puberty but, at that point, begin to underperform their male counterparts: culturally in our society, women are not supposed to be outspoken and intelligent.  One final issue in the gender conundrum is that teachers themselves may even reflect and reinforce gender bias, directing girls towards certain subjects and boys towards others.
A final argument for single sex education is that it could help us reconfigure the ways in which certain subjects have been gendered in our culture.  For example, many educators argue that boys and girls do well in different subjects because they are conditioned to: boys do well in math and science because they are told that they will do well; women tend to gravitate towards the liberal arts because they are told that in such subjects they excel.  But there are also more nuanced examples than this.  History, for example, tends to be a subject in which boys do well; in fact, over 87% of all history majors in college are men (Flannery 30).  But the reason  for this may well be that the types of history that are taught at schools are those in which men figure large.  Thus, the history of the Civil War tends to be a history of the battlegrounds and generals rather than, for example, a history of the “home front” in which women worked to replace the men at the fronts; the focus is history rather than “herstory.”  Conversely, some argue that boys are chased away from English classes because the subject matter tends to privilege “sensitivity,” a quality gendered female in our society.  Single sex classrooms could still teach all of the traditional subjects, consequently, but could tailor those classrooms to reflect the interests of the particular gender of the students in the class.
The solution to these issues may not necessarily be to segregate boys and girls completely, but, instead, for certain subjects and with certain age levels, to separate boys and girls into gender specialized classes.  In fact, one could also organize this gender separation within a co-educational school, thereby allowing the students to do some classes together and interact socially within the schools.  Moreover, if we kept all the boys and girls in the same school, we could also avoid the greatest challenge to single-sex education, the belief that such systems serve to “stream” boys and girls into different career paths.  Thus boys would find themselves in schools with lots of science labs whereas girls find themselves being quietly coerced into a career in elementary education.  This version of single sex education would prevent that by ensuring access to all resources, a truly equal but separate education.
Obviously, we need more research in this area, and, should we decide to experiment with this approach, we would need longitudinal studies to ensure that our children are being treated equally.  But with the intensifying awareness that our schools are failing our children, we do need to do something.  Single-sex education will not be the magic bullet, nor, necessarily will it resolve the differences between performance from zip code to zip code.  But it is a system that can be implemented quickly, and with relatively little cost.  Perhaps then, in a globally competitive world, our students could proudly claim that they are smarter than a German fifth grader.
(1530 words)

Works Cited
[included on this page to conserve paper]
Flannery, Mary Ellen. “No Girls Allowed.” NEA Today 24 (2003): 32-38. Academic Search Complete. Web. 3 Feb. 2010.
Jost, Kenneth. “Single Sex Education.” CQ Researcher 12 July 2002: 35-56. CQ Researcher. Web. 24 Nov. 2008.
Nesbitt, Michael. “Single-Sex Public Education.” Journal of Educational Reform 33 (2007): 12-18. Academic Search Complete. Web. 3 Feb. 2010.

ENC 1102—Researched Policy Proposal Paper
Dr. Gareth M. Euridge

In this assignment, you will make a reasoned argument in favor of some type of social policy.

•    The paper needs to be 1000-1200 words in length; any quoted material and bibliographic information in the Works Cited list must be in addition to this requirement.

•    Your paper must adhere fully to MLA documentation style; five points may be lost based upon MLA inaccuracies.

•    The final draft of this paper must be submitted to SafeAssign.

•    This paper is also a research assignment; you will need to find, read, cite, and document at least two articles that you identify from the Academic Search Complete database.

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•    Students are not allowed to write on the following topics:

i)    Abortion
ii)    Marijuana
iii)    Death Penalty
iv)    Obesity

•    Students are prohibited from writing about subjects that served as a basis for extensive class discussion or that were the subject of sample essays.

Topic:

You are free to write upon a topic of your choice in this paper, although the usual restrictions apply.  It is important, nonetheless, that I approve your topic before you become too committed to your argument, and, to this end, Paper 4 Draft 1 will be returned to you with the “red, yellow, green light” notation; I will also add comments and suggestions.

Organizational Strategy:

The following is a basic model of the structure of the researched persuasive argument; it is based upon the sample student paper provided for this assignment.

1.    A clear statement of the problem you are addressing:

a.    What is your problem?
b.    Why is it important?

2.    Some causes/reasons for this problem:

a.    The specific causes of this problem (“although the causes of X are complex, three major factors include . . .” )

3.    Some possible solutions to the problem:

a.    What are some proposed solutions?
b.    What are the strengths and weaknesses of these proposed solutions?

4.    Your Policy Proposal:

a.    What is your researched policy proposal?
b.    Why would you policy be effective in addressing this problem.

5.    A conclusion

Researched Policy Proposal Paper–P4D1
When complete there should be at least 200 words in this document

What problem do you intend to discuss?

What are some of the possible causes of this problem?

Some possible solutions to this problem?

What is your proposed policy that would address this problem?

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Miranda Warnings are a high point of contention in the law enforcement scene. There are many misunderstandings as to when “Miranda” applies. Watch the following video

Miranda Warnings are a high point of contention in the law enforcement scene. There are many misunderstandings as to when “Miranda” applies. Watch the following video

and discuss what you would do in this scenario:

You are a mentor/FTL to a new police officer on duty and it was his first arrest. He was called to a house break in, and saw a young boy outside of the house. He

arrested him. He had no evidence but took him to the police station for questioning.

Once he arrived at the police station he realized that the suspect does not speak English. He tried to question him and the boy replied in Mandarin. The new police

officer knows that the law requires him to administer a warning and ask the suspect if they understand. It is clear that boy does not understand what is being said.

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The new police officer is not absolutely sure that the boy was involved in the break in, but he was on the scene when the officer arrived. A family member arrived to

see the boy and speaks English and asks the new officer what is happening. Both the boy and the family member do not know their rights. The case has been handed over

to a follow-up investigator, you have been briefed on the facts, and are asked to sit down with the officer and discuss the issues at hand, and how they relate to his

performance.

In your paper, describe what you would say to the new officer. Identify at least 4 issues relating the Miranda Law to this specific situation. Relate these issues to

specific historical events from your reading, discussions, and research. Determine how you would resolve each of these issues, if they can be resolved through careful

analysis of the situation. Explain what could have been done to prevent these issues from occurring.

Video link here:

YouTube® Miranda Warnings

The paper should contain a cover page and a list of internet-references in APA format.

Checklist for Unit 7 Written Assignment

Criteria: Ask yourself the following questions. Not Yet Yes
Content
Did you identify at least four issues relating to case law within the context of a specific scenario?
Did you apply case law analysis to at least four issues within the context of a given scenario?
Did you describe how you would resolve each issue?

Research
Is your research current?
Did you use at least two credible sources beyond the text material and validate those resources credibility?
Did you discuss all the required areas in a substantive manner?
Did you use appropriate reference material to support major statements?

Quality
Is your content complete enough to address the topic and questions?
Is there a logical flow to your ideas?
Did you present the material in a clear and concise manner to provide easy readability?

Format
Did you prepare your paper as a Word Document?
Did you label your file correctly?
Did you use APA format to cite your sources?
Did you check your document for grammar and spelling?
Did your paper meet the length requirements?

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The class is Systems Thinking for Business Performance. For this assignment, please do assignment #2. You can find this in the PDF attachment for assignment #2. You

The class is Systems Thinking for Business Performance. For this assignment, please do assignment #2. You can find this in the PDF attachment for assignment #2. You

will have to scroll down to the 3rd page to find assignment #2 instructions.

Course Description:
Contemporary organizations face increasingly complex problems. A major reason for this
increased complexity is that the world has become much more interconnected as money, people,
ideas etc. flow across organizations and nations more easily than before. Solving problems in an
interconnected world requires one to take a systemic view – to see the world as a structured
collection of interacting components and forces. Without such holistic thinking, our mental
models of the world around us will remain deficient and any business decisions based on them
will likely not be effective. In this course, you will learn a set of conceptual tools that will
enable you to develop, express and improve holistic mental models of problems. In doing so,
you will develop a foundation for better decision making which will, in turn, lead to improved
business performance. The systems thinking approach forces one to examine underlying causal
structures that generate observed patterns of behavior. Since any management decision
constitutes an intervention in an organizational system, the systems thinking approach is
particularly well suited for making strategic decisions which, by their very nature, cover multiple
entities and span long periods of time.

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DNA and ending with the finished protein.

DNA and ending with the finished protein.

Project description
each answer should be at least one-half page in length (~125 words), double-spaced. All five questions must be answered in full sentences. 1.How does the term fluid mosaic describe the structure of the plasma membrane? .
2.Which parts of cells provide structure, support and movement? Provide details for a structure that provides structure, one that provides support, and another that provides movement. .
3.Describe the three different types of passive transport that enable materials to cross the cell membrane. Be sure to include examples for each type. .
4.Explain the steps of protein formation beginning with DNA and ending with the finished protein. .
5.Explain how proteins help regulate the movement of material into and out of the cell.

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What factors led to the Protestant Reformation? What was/is it’s impact on the Church and Society

What factors led to the Protestant Reformation? What was/is it’s impact on the Church and Society

Project description
In the Essay, each question must be first be completely stated before offering your response.
Each Essay must include an introductory paragraph, a body of the essay, and a concluding paragraph.
Indicate your Sources of Information in footnotes and in a Bibliography.
Always respond in complete sentences.

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today employees have their civil liberties seriously controlled by their employer. unless there is a trade union or an employment policy which favours speaking up,

today employees have their civil liberties seriously controlled by their employer. unless there is a trade union or an employment policy which favours speaking up,

what employees say or write about the employer company can be the basis of dismissal.
Analyse how far employers are acting ethically and what is the basis and the scope of an employer´s right to limit the employee´s freedom at work. discuss case

examples where freedom of speech, dresscode, gun possession, social media discussion and out of hours behavior may give rise to dismissal.
please find real life examples for each of the above situations.

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