Genetics and juvenile offending

Genetics and juvenile offending

Annotated bibliography
(10 sources )

You have written a paper for me before. (genetics and juvenile offending )The paper had about 30 sources i believe.. i only need 10 sources out of the 30.
i need this by saturday please.

How to Internationalize SMEs

How to Internationalize SMEs

Research Proposal on how to internationalize SMEs and with focus on internationalizing local restaurants in dubai like logma.

Max 1500 Words

Proposal should contain the following elements:
1. Title Page: Title of project and your name
2. Executive Summary: Executive Summary must be on a separate page of the proposal,
and should contain: (a) background information, identification of the issue or opportunity and
the research questions, (b) brief details of the tools, techniques and frameworks you have
proposed to employ, and (c) research method.
3. Table of Contents
4. Business Research Background: Provide the background circumstances which indicate
a need for the specific business research project proposal. Demonstrate that you have
considered prior work in the area, and show the gaps in the current knowledge. Source
information from government and industry reports, magazines and newspapers, and if
relevant, peer reviewed journals. Provide graphs, tables and statistics.
5. Identification of Issue or Opportunity: Describe the issue or opportunity, and explain its
significance to business. Clearly state the research objectives of the study. You need
to unpack the questions.
6. Literature Review: review of key framework, theories, concepts that you believe would be
relevant to addressing the issue or opportunity. At the early stage of the proposal
development, this section is likely to be broad, and is expected to evolve as you progress
through the session.
7. Research method: Describe your plan to collect the data for your project. When providing
data sources just stating government publications, industry reports, web sites as sources of
data is insufficient. You need to be specific, for example, by stating that you would source
from the web site of Australian Prudential Regulation Authority or KPMG industry report on
XYZ. You need to describe your plan of how the data will be analysed.
8. References in Harvard referencing style

MARKING CRITERIA
1. Analyses a given business context to construct research questions by identifying
issues or opportunity, and an explanation of its significance to business.
2. Identifies and synthesizes practices, principles, frameworks and theories that
demonstrate complex interrelationships between the issues.
3. Describes a plan to collect reliable data for the business research project, and
shows a preliminary list of high quality, credible and relevant data sources.
4. Quality of arguments and logic used.
5. Uses business and disciplinary language appropriate to the audience. Demonstrates
genre and disciplinary conventions including formatting and stylistics choices.
6. References materials accurately according to Harvard style, both in-text and at the
end of the proposal.

management

management

Read Case Study 5.2, in your textbook – “Why Aren’t They Listening?” Answer the four questions at the end of the case study.
Directions:
• Write a three-part essay (i.e., an essay that includes an introduction paragraph, the essay’s body, and a conclusion paragraph) that addresses the assignment’s guide questions. Do not address the questions using a question and answer format.
Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:
• Be three to five pages in length, which does not include the title page, abstract or required reference page, which are never a part of the content minimum requirements.
• Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and APA style guidelines.
• Support your submission with course material concepts, principles and theories from the textbook and at least two scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles unless the assignment calls for more.
• Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.

A Closer Look at Leadership Theories

A Closer Look at Leadership Theories

1. “Great Man” Theories
2. Trait Theories
3. Contingency Theories
4. Situational Theories
5. Behavioral Theories
6. Participative Theories
7. Management Theories
8. Relationship Theories

Personal injury essay

Personal injury essay

Will upload
Previously written essay
For university application

Need to pare down to
650 words or less

Editing appreciated

Ty
Emory

Slave Trade

Slave Trade

Using the readings, examine the Middle Passage and its place within the history of slavery. How did the Middle Passage prove to be a crucial moment in the enslavement process from the perspectives of both enslavers and the enslaved?

american history

american history

Discussion Board 3

Directions: How does “Cato” use the rhetoric of the American Revolution and the ideas of American revolutionaries to attack slavery? Why do you think slavery continued (and even grew) after the revolution? Be as specific as possible, and use both the textbook and the assigned primary source to make your case. Answers must be AT LEAST three paragraphs in length and each paragraph should be AT LEAST five sentences long.

Hsun Tzus'”Man’s Nature is Evil.”

Hsun Tzus'”Man’s Nature is Evil.”

Use Chinese philosopher Hsun Tzu’s “Man’s Nature is Evil.” as the main source for this essay. The focus of this essay should regard the relationship between authority and goodness. Revisit the sections in Tzu’s text in which he speaks of the authority of sages or rulers. Extract one of Tzu’s claims, analyze the claim, then make an argument to support your agreement or disapproval with the philosopher. Your essay should, ultimately, answer the following question: What, in your opinion, is the relationship between authority and goodness? Essay should contain: An original title
A strong and argumentative thesis. One quote analysis. At least one analogy of your own

The hard economics of paid family leave

The hard economics of paid family leave

https://www.denverpost.com/2018/02/06/the-hard-economics-of-paid-family-leave-in-colorado/For many people, the words critic, critical, critique, and criticism have a negative connotation. If
using a different word (like evaluation, estimation, or appraisal) has a more balanced connotation
for you, use it instead. You want to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of Schrader’s essay.
Your job isn’t to “tear her a new one”! Instead, you should give your assessment of the merits of
her work.
Chapter 2 of Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum focuses on writing critiques. The
authors organized the chapter around two broad questions:
1) To what extent does the author succeed in his or her purpose?
2) To what extent do you agree with the author?
I like to talk about writing critiques in a slightly different way. I like to say that when writing
critiques, writers have two broad goals.
Goal 1—Summarize the source material. In this case, communicate Schrader’s thesis and
main points.
Goal 2—Critique the source material. In this case, you will need to evaluate Schrader’s
essay.
Three broad questions can help guide your thinking as you evaluate her essay.
Question 1—How well written is the essay? You’ll want to consider what she hoped to
accomplish and how likely it was that the essay would have accomplished her
goals.
Question 2—To what extent do you agree with the author? Students don’t usually have
much trouble with this question because they are pretty comfortable sharing their
opinions. I don’t care if you agree or disagree with Schrader, but you need to
support your assertions with good reasons.
Question 3—How well is the issue framed? Your book doesn’t directly address this issue.
Framing has to do with how authors choose to present information. An example
might be helpful. In recent years, many communities in our region have been
holding local option elections. Most of us think of these referenda as wet/dry
votes. By now, the basic arguments people make are familiar. People who oppose
expanded alcohol sales generally oppose the expansion on moral or religious
grounds—that is to say they seek to frame the issue as primarily being about
immoral or sinful behavior. People who favor expanded alcohol sales generally
support them on the grounds that the change will result in more jobs and higher
tax revenues. In other words, they try to convince other people to see the issue in
economic terms. When I was younger, voters (at least where I lived) seemed more
open to accepting the religious/moral frame, but lately, they seem to be more
inclined to see the issue in economic terms. Regardless of who you think is right
on the issue, it is important for writers of critiques (critical thinkers) to recognize
and evaluate how others seek to present information and then to draw conclusions
about the appropriateness of the choices.
Writing the Critique
Research
You’ll need to do some research to back up the points you want to make about Schrader’s essay
in your critique. The college subscribes to databases for students to use when doing research in
this and other classes. To access them, go to the SCC Learning Commons page,
https://somerset.kctcs.edu/current-students/student-resources/libraries/index.aspx, click on the
“Databases” button, and you will see links to the databases. Please note that when you try to
access the databases from off-campus, you will be prompted to enter a username and password.
Use the same ones you use to get into your email, Blackboard, and PeopleSoft. If you have
problems signing in, please contact me or one of the librarians, so we can troubleshoot the
problem for you.
Searching the databases is a lot like searching the web, only better! Once you are on the
“Databases” page, click on “General Research” and then click on “Academic Search Complete.”
This database is very popular for basic research because it makes a wide variety of information
available. Once you are in the database, notice a couple of things. On the top right, in blue, you’ll
see a “Choose Databases” link. If you click on it, you’ll see a list of all the EBSCO Databases
the college subscribes to. You can search as many databases as you want at once by checking the
boxes next to the database names. If it’s your first time, try checking “Academic Search
Complete” and “Sociological Collection.” (By the way, if you hover your mouse over a dialog
box, you will see a description of the kinds of information in that database.) Click “OK.” Under
the “Limit Your Results” section of the search page, check the “Full Text” box, so you’ll only
get results that you can read, print, or email to yourself in their entirety. Search for “family
leave.” A number of the results will allow you to come to a better understanding of the larger
discussion and debate around family leave so that you can begin to understand the context as you
prepare to write your critique. The nineteenth result I got was “An International Embarrassment:
The United States as an Anomaly in Maternity Leave Policy.” Click on it. To peruse the full
article click on “PDF Full Text.” If you find an article you like and think you might want to cite,
use the “E-Mail” function under “Tools” to send yourself a copy, so you’ll have it and all the
information you’ll need to cite it correctly. Explore the other databases that are available to you;
they all work pretty much the same way.
Checklist for Introductions to Critiques
An introduction to a critique is in many ways similar to an introduction to a summary, so using
the same list is appropriate. The big difference is that in a critique, you are required to state your
views, so you’ll need to include a thesis in your introduction that sums up your overall
estimation of Schrader’s essay.
1. Author’s Name
2. Description of Author
3. Date of Publication
4. Source of Publication
5. Genre (Type of Writing—in this case, editorial)
6. Topic
7. Author’s Thesis
8. Author’s Purpose
9. Your Thesis
10. Author’s Title
Organization for Critique
English teachers often use the words arrangement, organization, and format interchangeably.
Usually, when they use those words, they are trying to stress the importance of the order writers
present their information in. Your book addresses the issue on page 68 in the box entitled
“Guidelines for Writing Critiques.” Some of the discussion in that section can be helpful, but you
shouldn’t follow that format when you write your paper. Generally, critiques integrate summary
and critique on the paragraph (and often the sentence) level (as you will see in my notes on the
sample critique from your book). Most often writers will summarize an important point from the
essay and then make their comments on that issue before moving on to the next point. The
outline below illustrates the arrangement I would like you to use for your critique.
I. Introduction
II. Summary/Critique
III. Summary/Critique
IV. Summary/Critique
V. Conclusion
Please don’t think of this as a five-paragraph essay. Each of the sections may take multiple
paragraphs. For example, the sample paper from your book, “A Critique of Charles
Krauthammer’s ‘The Moon We Left Behind’” has more than one paragraph in the introduction.
Since writers have two goals when writing critiques (to summarize, to criticize) they need to
accomplish, it is common for them to address both in the same paragraph but that won’t always
be the case. For instance, a writer may want to summarize a point but not comment on it because
doing so would not advance the thesis, so he or she would choose to summarize only. On the
other hand, a writer may believe that an issue of enormous importance was not addressed in the
essay under consideration and would spend a paragraph or more explaining the importance of
that point to the larger discussion. You might have something that looks like this.
I. Introduction
II. Summary/Critique
III. Summary
IV. Summary/Critique
V. Critique
VI. Summary/Critique
VII. Conclusion
If you plan to submit a draft of your summary to me for feedback, remember that the deadline to
email it to me is 8:00 a.m. Monday, September 17th.
1. Start a new email message (always email me from your KCTCS account because it’s a secure
system)
2. Type my email address into the address box: robert.spencer@kctcs.edu
3. Type “Draft: Schrader Critique” into the subject box
4. Click the Attach File button
5. Browse your computer to locate the document, click on it, and click insert
6. Click Send

LABSWE Complaint Assignment

LABSWE Complaint Assignment

This exercise is designed to (1) increase your understanding of the LA Social Work Practice Act/Rules and Regulations and what constitutes a standards/ethical violation. There are four cases posted on Moodle that represent a variety of complaints. You will use the outline below to complete your responses to these complaints.
• Each review will be 1-2 pages long.
• Please ensure that all required components are included.
• Please reference the LABSWE practice act or NASW Code of ethics when appropriate.
• Responses should be in complete sentences.
• Cite when appropriate and include a reference sheet.
Case Review Format
1. Clearly identify the complaint being reviewed.
2. Reflect on your personal reaction to this case.
3. Briefly summarize the identified violation(s) which may include NASW ethical standards or practice act regulations.
4. Briefly summarize the action you recommend taken by the Board and support/rationale for this recommendation.
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I have attachments for this assignment.