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Prompt: List your proposed primary research sources and a preliminary list of secondary

January 16, 2021 |

Prompt: List your proposed primary research sources and a preliminary list of secondary research sources (your preliminary literature review) of material already published on your research topic. If d Prompt: List your proposed primary research sources and a preliminary list of secondary research sources (your preliminary literature review) of material already published on your research topic. If doing surveys or questionnaires, you will want to distribute a minimum of one-hundred (100) for receiving and interpreting meaningful data (who is your proposed target group?); if you propose to do interviews, you will want a minimum of twenty (20) because one (1), two (2), or three (3) is not a meaningful representation of the responding target audience (primary research sources). Requirements: Two (2) pages We can write all sorts of essays on multiple subjects. The covers we cover for essays include subjects:   Accounting, English, Business, History, Philosophy, Law, Economics, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Art, Management, Marketing, Education, Science, Nursing, Literature, Political Science, Computer Science, Technology, Biology, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Anthropology, Medical, and Finance.

Answer Interact question 1 on page 241 Think of a good leader with whom you are familiar.

January 16, 2021 |

Answer Interact question 1 on page 241 Think of a good leader with whom you are familiar. Describe him or her in terms of specific leader behaviors that impress you. • Which of the leader behaviors we Answer Interact question 1 on page 241 Think of a good leader with whom you are familiar. Describe him or her in terms of specific leader behaviors that impress you. • Which of the leader behaviors were influenced by situational requirements and which were influenced by member characteristics? • Would you have preferred to have this leader alter any of his or her leader behaviors? Why or why not? • Would you consider this leader to be transformational? Why or why not? • Can this leader be described as charismatic? Explain. Each student will submit a 2-3 page document that demonstrates critically analysis of the material in and related to the course. The…    read more 

Examination and Debate of California Senate Bill 50 (SB 50)

January 16, 2021 |

Examination and Debate of California Senate Bill 50 (SB 50) The purpose of this assignment is to 1) examine real policy through the lens of this course, and 2) challenge our bias or beliefs by arguing Examination and Debate of California Senate Bill 50 (SB 50) The purpose of this assignment is to 1) examine real policy through the lens of this course, and 2) challenge our bias or beliefs by arguing a side that you may not fully connect or agree with. As public servants, often, we must cut through politics and the human-drama to present matters that are fact based and compelling. In practice, staff usually must provide analysis and review of various topics to support the decision-makers process. I utilize the debate format to also ensure that critical analysis and deeper exploration is part of the task. I don’t want you to simply present just facts, but…    read more 

During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin

January 16, 2021 |

During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin Franklin has been described as “the first American,” as someone who through his life and works epitomizes some attitude, spirit, action–or some During his own lifetime, and often since then, Benjamin Franklin has been described as “the first American,” as someone who through his life and works epitomizes some attitude, spirit, action–or something else that distinguishes the United States. One wonders if anything that Franklin represented lives in popular American thought, today. I challenge you to identify some contemporary piece of art, music, literature, or any other cultural artifact that you believe reflects the same (or similar) theme as you find in Franklin’s autobiography. Support your idea with accurate, precise evidence. For both works, point out (with careful cited paraphrase and/or accurate and cited quote) the sentences(s) where in the text you see evidence of the theme you have identified and,…    read more 

CLOSE READING PAPER: Each student is required to write and

January 16, 2021 |

CLOSE READING PAPER: Each student is required to write and submit a “close reading” paper, 5- 6 pages in length. The paper presents a “close reading” of a single text we’ve read together in class, and CLOSE READING PAPER: Each student is required to write and submit a “close reading” paper, 5- 6 pages in length. The paper presents a “close reading” of a single text we’ve read together in class, and it must include at least 6-7 supporting sentences, also taken from that text. This paper is due on Monday June 8 at 12AM;Choose an engaging title – Cite other’s work according to the citation style guidelines you are following (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.) – Be clear about distinguishing between the author’s voice and the character’s voice as well as your OWN voice in your writing – Define key terms (e.g. colonialism, history,bildung,autonomy, etc.) 1: While, of other…    read more 

Please help me to write 1-2 sentences responses for the

January 16, 2021 |

Please help me to write 1-2 sentences responses for the following discussions: Final Thoughts: We spent so much time on Fence’s it felt like that was the only thing we reviewed for the semester.The qu Please help me to write 1-2 sentences responses for the following discussions: Final Thoughts: We spent so much time on Fence’s it felt like that was the only thing we reviewed for the semester.The questions on Fences were thought provoking.I saw Troy from a different perspective every time I read the play.It’s no wonder that August Wilson won the Pulitzer Prize for this work.However,my favorite reading was EverydayUse by Alice Walker. I found it to be interesting, humorous but also serious. It reminded me of the experiencesI had with mygrandmother when I was younger. I would have never read any of these narrativesif not for this class. Thank you for enlightening me. Please respond to other student….    read more 

Instructions Develop: Presentation Evaluation Title:

January 16, 2021 |

Instructions Develop: Presentation Evaluation Title: Monomyth and Superhero, Recycled Themes Heroes have always been a part of written stories. Heroes from Greek mythology often had super-human charac Instructions Develop: Presentation Evaluation Title: Monomyth and Superhero, Recycled Themes Heroes have always been a part of written stories. Heroes from Greek mythology often had super-human characteristics, but also had fatal flaws, and often met with tragic ends because of these flaws. The era post World War I and II created comic book heroes that did not seem to have any flaws. The current super-heroes all seem to be dark heroes – heroes that may not always do acceptable (legal) things, but overall may have good intentions. One similarity that many hero stories share is the monomyth, or hero’s journey, as you read about in this week’s unit. Be sure to address the following in your presentation: Discuss how the character of one…    read more 

Elizabeth Bennet’s Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is a complex

January 16, 2021 |

Elizabeth Bennet’s Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is a complex romantic novel that follows the life of a girl named Elizabeth Bennet. Many different themes are shown throughout Elizabeth Bennet’s Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is a complex romantic novel that follows the life of a girl named Elizabeth Bennet. Many different themes are shown throughout the book but no matter what theme is being portrayed the audience still becomes awfully familiar with Elizabeth. In the late 1700’s the idea of a strong woman who makes decisions and expresses their feelings was quite unusual. Women were seen to live their life in the shadow of the man they marry. Elizabeth’s independence makes her stand out which allows for a great story that Austen has provided. As most protagonists are seen in a story, Elizabeth is meant to be the likeable character, but Austen is…    read more 

This is a two part short essay, the questions and then the

January 16, 2021 |

This is a two part short essay, the questions and then the essay. On Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily”: YOUR ANSWERS SHOULD NOT EXCEED 50 WORDS FOR ANY ONE QUESTION. COPY THE QUESTION AT THE TOP, THEN ANS This is a two part short essay, the questions and then the essay. On Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily”: YOUR ANSWERS SHOULD NOT EXCEED 50 WORDS FOR ANY ONE QUESTION. COPY THE QUESTION AT THE TOP, THEN ANSWER IT. USE DOUBLE SPACES THROUGHOUT. (50 points) 1. What is the setting of William Faulkner’s short story, “A Rose for Emily”? How does this setting reflect the personality of the protagonist? (Miss Emily). 2. In her relationship with the city, Miss Emily is described as a “tradition” and a “care”. Explain what the narrator means by these words. 3. What is the “Point of View” used in Faulkner’s story? Explain how you get to…    read more 

Classic Combo Plate Directions: Before there were all the cart

January 16, 2021 |

Classic Combo Plate Directions: Before there were all the cart options, I remember going to the cafes near campus that offered combo menus. For a reasonable price, the menu usually had two lists of it Classic Combo Plate Directions: Before there were all the cart options, I remember going to the cafes near campus that offered combo menus. For a reasonable price, the menu usually had two lists of items and you would choose one from column A and one from column B for a very satisfying lunch. For our musical version of the combo plate, you are asked to select one composer from column A (just the big three) and one composer from column B (a very long Wikipedia page with composers listed by birth year) Both composers must share the same, or nearly the same, birth year. The latitude for this is no more than or – 10…    read more 

As you explored three major categories this week with modernism, post-modernism

January 16, 2021 |

As you explored three major categories this week with modernism, post-modernism, and post-colonial literature, what were your favorite author and short story of the readings? Why?For your initial post As you explored three major categories this week with modernism, post-modernism, and post-colonial literature, what were your favorite author and short story of the readings? Why?For your initial post, choose one of the readings to discuss. Please refer to the specific elements of the category that you found in the text as well as direct quotes and lines from the reading. You may choose more than one story if you like, but the minimum is to discuss at least one of the short story readings in detail. Name the work and author Give at least three examples from the reading Explain how what characteristics were evident in the story that made it modernist, post-modernist, or postcolonial according to your course content…    read more 

For this assignment, you will submit your thesis and annotated bibliography for your

January 16, 2021 |

For this assignment, you will submit your thesis and annotated bibliography for your Course Project on the assigned novel for your Module 03 written assignment. Please use an APA formatted template wi For this assignment, you will submit your thesis and annotated bibliography for your Course Project on the assigned novel for your Module 03 written assignment. Please use an APA formatted template with a Rasmussen College cover. See the Course Guide for assistance if you are unfamiliar with the Rasmussen College APA template. Thesis: The Thesis statement should be on page 2 of the document. A thesis statement will guide the paper, so be sure to write a thesis that states what areas you will be covering in the paper. For example, if you are going to discuss one or more themes of the novel, then those themes should be in the thesis statement. Perhaps you will be covering…    read more