Archive for May 18th, 2020

viability of space tourism

The research question is: Is space tourism viable?
The Research proposal includes my annotated bibliography and the outline for my essay.
The working draft has an updated version of my introduction and outline please give priority to this file as it is my latest version.Please pay attention to the first full draft rubric.I want my essay to follow the exact same rubric. Please let me know if you want reference examples for the essay writing still. Any further questions… always ask me. All the references should be scholarly. The reference articles should definitely be peer-reviewed. Please let me know if you samples for your reference. Please give priority in writing the body paragraphs first, i’d like to review it. And lastly, please pay utmost care in the APA style- in text citations, parenthesis etc.

International Business

Explain the differences between developed countries, newly industrialized countries, and less developed countries. What areas of opportunity need to be measured and analyzed within each of these countries before investing and establishing a multinational corporation?  What do measures like Human Development Index tell us about a countrys place along the development continuum?

What are the chances we are living in a computer simulation?

Need quotes from any of these articles. 1-2 is fine.

Meditations on Modern Philosophy by Rene Descartes
Are we living in a computer simulation by Preston Greene
Physicists find we are not living in a computer simulation by  Dom Galeon

NO Plagiarism please

at least 700 words

Detecting Lies

Here is the video link: http://prx-keiser.lirn.net/login?url=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ebscohost.com%2flogin.aspx%3fdirect%3dtrue%26db%3dedspub%26AN%3dedp20299101%26site%3deds-live

The questions to answer regarding the research of this video is:

1. What is the item that stood out to you and why?

2. What did the authors of the study you selected examine in their research? What did they hypothesize and why (rationale)?

3. What methods did they use? (*Empirical articles have a methods section. If your article does not have a methods section, it is not the correct article to use for this discussion).

4. What were the most meaningful findings the authors reported?

5. What is one limitation to their study?

6. How do the findings from this study help you better understand the content from this week?

If the video is hard to critique find an article about deceit and lies . Attach the article as well

Chemistry Exam

The exam has to be started on Thursday, April 2nd at 6:10 pm SHARP and it ends at 7:30pm. (Total Duration 1 hour 20 minutes)
You are not allowed to go back to previous questions so all answers must be correct or attempted before moving forward. I would hope to receive and A on this exam.

Examining a essay

please let me know if you have any questions.
please see the attached file for (the four-source essay
Please examine the sample paper for writing assignment #2 (the four-source essay). The paper is about the Effect of the One Child Policy on Elder Care in China. It is called StudentA_4source_sample.docx

This is not a perfect paper. More synthesis is certainly necessary between the sources. However, as you can see from the annotated bibliography, the student has narrowed her topic. She has moved from the general effects of China’s One Child Policy to the specific effect on the care for the Elderly in China.

Please read through the paper. Then answer the following questions. Your answers can be in short paragraphs.

1. In the paper, notice how the writer integrates the first two sources into the second paragraph? How do these two sources relate to each other? How could the student have made the relationship clearer?

2. The writer cited Zhang & Goza (2016) in various parts of the paper. What did these authors add to the literature on the Elder Care in China, according to this paper? You might focus on paragraphs 2, 3 and 5.

What is the biggest ISSUE in communicating weather hazards AND what might be a reasonable SOLUTION to this issue?

interview : https://research.noaa.gov/article/ArtMID/587/ArticleID/355/mediaid/249

Read the Dr. Kim Klockow interview (Links to an external site.) on how social science can help improve weather safety.

Write a 500-600 word (not including sources) expository essay (Links to an external site.) answering the following question:

QUESTION: What is the biggest ISSUE in communicating weather hazards AND what might be a reasonable SOLUTION to this issue?
Use at least one historic event as a reference (a HISTORIC event is any natural event that ENDED last year by Dec 31 or before).

Cite at least one credible primary or secondary source (Links to an external site.) (not Wikipedia or any tertiary resource) and include at least two appropriate and meaningful in-text citations (Links to an external site.) within your document using MLA8 format (Links to an external site.)

Submit your essay as a file upload in Canvas.

Expectations
In each Analysis assignment, you are expected to conduct a compelling and insightful analysis using formal language and direct sentence structure . Review the rubric for details on grading expectations and structure your essay to conform to the rubric standards.

“Essays are shorter pieces of writing that often require the student to hone a number of skills such as close reading, analysis, comparison and contrast, persuasion, conciseness, clarity, and exposition.

The purpose of an essay is to encourage students to develop ideas and concepts in their writing … essays are concise and require clarity in purpose and direction. This means that there is no room for the students thoughts to wander or stray from his or her purpose; the writing must be deliberate and interesting.” (From Purdue OWL: Essay Writing (Links to an external site.))

History and Influence of New School of Thought

This activity gives you the opportunity to explore a new school of thought in the psychology profession.

Scenario
Congratulations! Imagine you have landed the researcher’s job. Your first project is to contribute to a reference manual for health care providers published by your organization. This manual will be used as an internal “encyclopedia” that providers can use to find detailed information on mental health services available to affiliated clinics.

Assessment Preparation
You have been asked to trace the history and influence of a new school of thought: feminist psychology, environmental psychology, liberation psychology (includes LGBTQ psychology and Black psychology), positive psychology, or behavioral genetics.

Assessment Instructions
In your paper, include the following:

Discuss the founding figures, events, and ideas of this school of thought.
Analyze the historical influences that led to the development of this school of thought.
Analyze the societal influences that led to the development of this school of thought.
Analyze how this school of thought guides social thinking. Give examples.
Additional Requirements
You do not need an index or abstract for this paper. Use the APA Paper Template [DOCX].

Length: 23 double-spaced pages.
Written communication: Must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
Resources and citations: A minimum of one scholarly source is required. A maximum of one nonscholarly but credible source may be used. Format according to current APA guidelines.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.

Social media has bad impact on teenagers

Research Paper should:

be at least 1,500 words long
use at least 8 reliable sources
be written in clear, academic English
contain clear in-text citations of your sources in APA style
include a clear references list in APA style at the end of your paper

CONTENT:
The text is completely relevant to the research question, is fully developed, and is an original response to and/or an in-depth analysis of the subject matter. Support for the thesis is effective throughout. Refutation (where relevant) is clearly explained and well-developed. Sources are synthesized using quotation, summary and paraphrase. All APA in-text citations, signal phrases and reference lists are well organized, and not over-used. Text meets the length requirement.

ORGANIZATION:
Ideas are sequenced in a logical order throughout. Headings, sections, paragraphs, thesis statements, statement of purpose and topic sentences (where relevant) are used effectively to organize the text. There is effective and accurate use of lexical cohesion and connectors.

STYLE & TONE: A wide range of compound and complex sentences, and simple and complex phrases have been used. There are no fragments or run-ons. Tone and style appropriate throughout. There is an extensive range of appropriate vocabulary

CORRECTNESS:The paper contains only very occasional errors in punctuation, spelling, grammar or capitalization. The paper shows evidence of careful proof-reading.

Facial Expressions effect during in person conversations

-Purpose:

Emotions and issues related to emotions are directly tied to real-world situations and applications.  For this journal, I want you to take the readings for each week and directly apply some aspect of the reading to a real-world issue. 

-Grading:

I will be looking for a detailed description of the readings and how the required readings directly relate to the real world phenomena you select.  You will be using your readings, so it is required that you use APA style in-text citations in the body of your journal entry, and you need corresponding APA style references at the end of each journal entry.

        ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:

              1. Describe the main points of each required reading for this week (25 pts).

                2. Describe the real word phenomena you select (15 pts).

                3. Describe how the readings can be used to address the real-world phenomena (10 pts).

                4. Make sure you have APA style in-text citations and corresponding references (minus points for lack of APA style in-text citations and references).

-See the schedule for journal due dates/times. 

Directions: Discuss the effect of facial expressions during in-person conversations also relating to these articles in some way. Cite these articles also.

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