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Harriet Jacobs, Incidents in the Life of Slave Girl

Write a 4-page essay that addresses the following issues and questions using “Harriet Jacobs, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl” and American History
1) What was life like for Harriet Jacobs and other slaves?
2) What are some specific examples of hardships and cruelties suffered by Harriet Jacobs and
other slaves?
3) How did Harriet Jacobs and other slaves in general cope with their bondage? How did they
survive? Did they fight back? How? Why or why not?
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4) Based on Harriets experience in the North, how were African-Americans treated there? Was
the antebellum North, like the South, a racist culture and society?
5) If white Americans, North and South, believed the nation was a white mans republic, and if
they accepted that African Americans were inferior, why did northerners fight to end slavery?

Cosmetic surgery in Korea

The assignment requires an analytical discussion rather than a
descriptive explanation.
Citations: APA style
Requirement: You MUST incorporate at least 3 academic papers and other sources such as
books, newspaper articles, blog posts, among others.
The Outline (The format below is suggestive. You can vary it as you like):
Introduction
1. Orientate the reader
2. Identify the focus/purpose
3. Outline the scope
4. State the questions or issues observed
Body
1. Supporting details
2. Analysis
3. Evidence
4. Concluding sentence
Conclusion
1. Summarize key points
2. Overall concluding statement

Socrates, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Tocqueville

Review each of the following quotations. For each quote, choose one foundational thinker we have read, whose theory you think speaks best to the themes raised by the quotation, and discuss why in 2-3 paragraphs. Students should consider a different foundational thinker for each quotation.:

Thinkers: Socrates, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Tocqueville

Be sure to:
(a) identify the thinker
(b) identify their texts
(c) clearly explain how their theories relate to the particular quotation
(d) discuss the insights you think they provide on the themes raised in the quotation.

Quotes

1.    Great men, great nations, have not been boasters and buffoons, but perceivers of the terror of life, and have manned themselves to face it. Ralph Waldo Emerson

2.    Only when we are no longer afraid do we begin to live. Dorothy Thompson

3.    “A mature society understands that at the heart of democracy is argument. Salman Rushdie

4.    Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others is peace. Benito Juarez

5.    They ordered my arrest. And let me tell you something: I am going to obey this order of theirs..if I didnt believe in justice I wouldnt have founded a political party. I would have proposed a revolution. But I believe in justice. A fair justice system where verdicts are based on the evidence presented. Lula Da Silva

Application Security

Week 5: Application Security

Testing for an unknown is a virtually impossible task. What makes it possible at all is the concept of testing for categories of previously determined errors. The different categories of errors are:

    buffer overflows (most common);
    code injections;
    privilege errors; and
    cryptographic failures.

Please evaluate the software engineering, secure-code techniques, and the most important rule that relates to defending against a denial-of-service attack. Here are two types of error categories: the failure to include desired functionality and the inclusion of undesired behavior in the code. Testing for the first type of error is relatively easy.

Other items we should understand for error opportunities in applications are related to design, coding, and testing. How do we assure that these items are addressed in our software-application development or acquisition?

Cisco Systems Internet of Things

The objective of this study is to select any strategic business unit from a publicly traded multi-national corporation and to analyze the overall competitive environment including market conditions, evaluate the current growth and new business strategies, along with implications, analyze the organization’s primary business model, evaluate the organization’s competencies and resources, evaluate the leveraging of growth strategies through partnerships and alliances and identify future opportunities for innovation based on past success and failure.

Cisco Systems Firm Strategy and Internal Strengths

Cisco Systems, the self-proclaimed “worldwide leader in networking for the Internet,” has dominated similar firms in its industry. As Wall-Streets’ beloved stock and an essential stock in any investor’s portfolio, with over 35,566 employees worldwide and boasting revenues totaling 22.2 billion in the previous fiscal year the company aims to ensure that networks both public and private operate with maximum performance, security, and flexibility.

Cisco Systems Culture

Cisco is a company that has a high rate of retention on its employees. According to Yves Lermusiaux, in his Recruiting at Cisco, the company’s highest turnover rate in the 90s was 7.3%. In 1999, it only has 6.3% of turnovers. Randall irkwood, Cisco’s Director of Employment, states the following formulas with regards to retaining employees (Lermusiaux, 2000).

NumberAnalysis

Write a program that simulates a lottery.

    The program shall have an array of five integers named lottery and should generate a random number in the range of 0 through 9 for each element in the array.
    The user shall enter five digits, which are stored in an integer array named user.
    The program is to compare the corresponding elements in the two arrays and keep a count of the digits that match.
    For example, the following shows the lottery array and the user array with sample numbers stored in each. There are two matching digits (elements 2 and 4).
    lottery array:
    7     4     9     1     3
    user array:
    4     2     9     7     3
    The program shall display the random numbers stored in the lottery array and the number of matching digits. If all of the digits match, display a message proclaiming the user as a grand prize winner.

Should social media be allowed to collect data from it’s users

For this assignment, your goal is to share your position and “join the conversation” on the topic you have been researching all quarter by preparing your writing for print or online publication.  Readers of commentaries want to grasp the issue you are presenting and understand your angle right away.  You must make your point quickly and memorably, with an ultimate goal of convincing readers to agree with you, act in some way, and/or change their minds
Choose a publication to which you will write your commentary from the specified list of options: Teen Vogue
Determine the style, tone, level of formality, etc. that is typical for that publication.
Analyze the target audience for the publication, and consider how their needs dictate the writing choices you will make.
Write a Commentary Article between 700 – 1000 words using the same topic you’ve been researching all quarter

How can brand image be communicated via social media marketing

Each learner will research, write, and submit an eight (8) page typewritten, double spaced report on a marketing topic. These eight (8) pages exclude the title page and the page listing the references. The report will systematically describe, critically evaluate, and thoroughly analyze the chosen topic. Specifically, the learner must choose one marketing topic from the textbook for an in-depth analysis. It is here important that the learner uses practical examples to show how organizations worldwide have applied the concept discussed. 

It is expected that the learner use at least eight (8) peer reviewed journals made available at the Tusculum University Library through the research and write-up processes. In addition, it is expected that the report use examples from the popular press (i.e. CNNMoney, Business Week, Wall Street Journal etc.) on how businesses worldwide have applied the topic chosen. The sources referenced (from peer reviewed journals and the popular press) cannot be older than five (5) years.

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