Assignment 29953

8 ½ x 11 paper
2. The body of the paper should be at least 5 double-spaced pages. The cover, bibliography, pages of charts, Table of Contents, etc., do not count toward the 5 pages.
3. Papers must be submitted in electronic format and e-mailed by midnight of the due date.
4. Margins shall be 1 inch on each side.
5. Font Times New Roman 12 points or Courier New 12 points.
6. Make sure to number your pages in the body if the paper. Each page number shall be in the bottom center. Cover pages, and the first page of the body should not be numbered. See research paper guidelines for other page-numbering information.
Papers must have, as needed:
1. Title page
2. Table of contents
3. Executive summary
4. Body
5. Table of acronyms
6. The document should be prepared in accordance with APA or MLA, the style guides are available on the internet
7. Bibliography
It is important to follow the above directions; they will count significantly toward your grade.
You should make certain to proofread and run spell check and grammar checks. Careless errors due to failure to proofread will cause deductions.
The paper must be turned in on time to receive full credit. As per the syllabus, points will be deducted for late completion of tasks, e.g., failure to present news reports as assigned, submit term papers, or to take examinations when scheduled. Absent extraordinary circumstances, a minimum of four (4) points will be deducted for the first day of late completion of task, and one (1) point each day thereafter, including holidays and weekends.
The purpose of the assignment is to reinforce your knowledge and analytical process regarding ethical issues.
It is important to remember that this is a paper and should not be prepared in a question and answer format.

Assignment 29970

Font Times New Roman 12 —10 pages double spaced. Cover page, references and images do not count toward the length.I would like to see an introduction, Why did you choose this country and product?Write a conclusion on what you learned through the process.Is the nation the homebase of any large multinational companies?How is globalization influencing the countries jobs and wages, it’s income inequality, and its culture, sovereignty, and physical environment?How does the country rank in terms of its degree of globalization?What benefits can the country offer to businesses seeking a new market or production base?What are the various ethnicities that reside in the nation?List several of the values that people hold dear.What are several of the cultures identifiable manners and customs?Describe in broad terms the nations social structure.How would you describe people‘s perception of time and work?Is the culture relatively open or close to cultural change?How would you classify the nations political, economic, and legal systems?Is government heavily involved in the nations economy?Is the legal system effective and impartial?Does its political economy suggests that the country could be a potential market?What is the level of corruption throughout the political economy?Is legislation pending that may be relevant to international companies?Is it a developed, newly industrializing, emerging, or developing country?What is its gross domestic product (GDP), GDP per capita, and GDP at PPP?How does the country rank in the human development Index?Has it undergone economic transition within the past 20 years?Does any form of political risk pose a threat to the nations economic development?How would you describe the countries international relations?

Assignment 29986

Please answer each question first chapters 1-3These are the questions :1.)    What new idea(s) did you discover in your reading? Your answer should be a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.2.)    What did you learn? Your answer should be a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.3.)    What key points or passages stood out to you? Why? Your answer should be a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.4.)    Please create a discussion question that you will then pose to the group during the group discussion meeting. Discussion Question:__________________________________________________________5.What part of the reading the text that you shared as having struck you, stood out to you, or resonated with you the most.This will be anything from chapters 1-3, You can copy your previous work to here. Then for chapters 4-5 and Epilogue you will answer the same questions :1.)    What new idea(s) did you discover in your reading? Your answer should be a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.2.)    What did you learn? Your answer should be a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.3.)    What key points or passages stood out to you? Why? Your answer should be a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.4.)    Please create a discussion question that you will then pose to the group during the group discussion meeting. Discussion Question:__________________________________________________________5. What part of the reading the text that you shared as having struck you, stood out to you, or resonated with you the most.

Assignment 29954

g., Google, Google Scholar, YouTube) and/or library resources, please write 3-4 pages (double-spaced) on Psychopathy, making sure you answer each of the question prompts at some point in the paper (see below). You do not need to go in order of the questions, but you are welcome to. Make sure you include a list of references at the end of your submission. Include in-text citations. This assignment must be in APA format.
Question prompts:
(a) What are the defining characteristics of a psychopath?
(b) Are their differences between psychopaths and non-psychopaths on a neural level? Are psychopaths born or made? Are we all a little psychopathic or are psychopaths categorically different from non-psychopaths?
(c) Are all criminals also psychopaths and are all psychopaths also criminals? Can a psychopath use an insanity defense in the court of law?
(d) Describe a psychopathic criminal (note: a good resource is and discuss how the behaviors of that criminal fit the psychopath profile.


Assignment 29971

) What was the author’s main point (or the point of the laws or other legal document), and how did he
or she support it?
2.) What does this document tell you about the past society and how people lived? Why is this document
significant or important?
3.) Why did the author(s) create the document/speech/laws? In other words, what was his/her
motivation or agenda for writing what they wrote? What did they hope would result from their
speech/laws? To help you analyze the author’s motivation, consider the following:
–If provided, what was the author’s background: did this influence what he/she wrote?
–Who was the audience to whom the speech/document is directed and how might this influence what
the author says (e.g., someone they want money/resources, etc. from)?
–What was the historical context (e.g., when was the document first produced, and what do you know
about that period and what happened just beforehand? Did this affect what was written?
–What was the tone of the document (e.g., optimistic, angry, bitter, empowered, disinterested,
passionate, authoritative, etc.)? How did you discern this? What language was used to convey it? Does
the tone help to reveal motivation?
4.) Other things to consider include the author’s bias (everyone has a bias to one perspective or another).
How might this have affected what the author wrote?
5.) How credible or trustworthy is the author? What makes you feel confident about the author (e.g.,
background, specificity of writing, corroboration from other secondary or primary source, etc.)?
6.) Did this document make you curious about anything? Explain. What questions does it raise for you?
7.) Can you make any connections to other documents/course readings? Be specific in terms of how it
might be similar or different to other documents assigned for the day, or previously.
8.) For some documents, a single author may be less clear. In that case, focus more on what you can
interpret about society from the document, and why certain laws or court decisions were made.
A mini-essay/analysis of two to four paragraphs on the primary source assigned. Consider the above purpose and all of
the questions, but respond in essay format rather than serially answering all the questions. Your essay should have a
thesis and an argument. Your analytical essay does not need to address all of the questions below, but MUST include:
1) a thesis statement (this is the main point you want to make such as the 1927 handout which asserted that
“America is the child of Europe.”) Your thesis should be in the first paragraph.
2) an argument/interpretation (tell me what the documents demonstrate about the society/how we should
understand the documents and this society using proof or evidence from the documents/textbook.)
3) the exact date of the document(s) assigned for the paper; and
4) at least one partial quote from the primary source documents that support your point(s).

Assignment 29987

It is your team’s task
to determine where, outside the United States, your organization should
locate its new manufacturing plant.
Write a 750-word report recommending an off-shore country and support your choice with the following data:
How the country’s financial system is related to key macroeconomic variables
How your organization can reduce the risk they would face in relocating
The current and projected unemployment over the next five years
Cite a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed sources not including your textbook. Less than 10% plagiarism, include intro and conclusion.

Assignment 29955

Critical Thinking: Currency Depreciation
In a critical essay, analyze how currency depreciation stimulates exports. Evaluate the three major approaches to analyzing the economic impact of currency depreciation: the elasticities approach, the absorption approach, and the monetary approach. Compare and contrast the three approaches and provide examples that distinguish them from each other.
Your essay is required to be five to six pages in length, which does not include the title page and reference pages, which are never a part of the content minimum requirements.
Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook and at least three scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles. Use the Saudi Digital Library to find your resources.
Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and follow APA style guidelines.
It is strongly encouraged that you submit all assignments into Turnitin prior to submitting them to your instructor for grading. If you are unsure how to submit an assignment into the Originality Check tool, review the Turnitin—Student Guide for step-by-step instructions.
Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.

Assignment 29972

You discussed the following Web site elements: logo, header, navigation bar, content area, and footer. You also described your future Web site and gave thought to its purpose and visual design.
Before getting started on the Phase 2 IP assignment, you need to install either Notepad (for Windows operating systems) or TextWrangler (for Mac operating systems).
If you have a Windows operating system, go to this Web site to access and download the Notepad software.
If you have a Mac operating system, go to this Web site to access and download the TextWrangler software.
For this Individual Project assignment, you will create your first Web page in HTML5 code with the following basic Web site elements: logo, header, content area, and footer. Note that you will not need to code the navigation bar until the Phase 3 IP assignment.
Complete the following:
Step 1: Type the following code into your text editor, and customize the content between the title and heading tags. Follow the comments that are added throughout the code (Note that this code uses semantic elements. If you prefer, you can use block-level elements for page layout and include the necessary logo, header, content, and footer.):

Place the Title of Your Web Page Here

logo image
<!– If the image includes the name of the Web site, the

tag below is optional. –>

Place the name of the Web site here.

Begin to add your content information here.

Place the footer information here. Add in your copyright information such as: Copyright year, your name, date, class, section number

Step 2: In Notepad or TextWrangler, go to File > Save As. Give the file the name index.html. This is the first page of your Web site.
Step 3: Submit the index.html file and your image file either as two separate files or in a .zip folder to the Submitted Assignments area. Please do not submit a .rar file or a .7zip file.
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Notepad . (2015, June 9). Download Notepad 6.7.9. Retrieved from
Please submit your assignment.

Assignment 29988

During art school, one of his teachers asked Nigerian-British artist Yinka Shonibare, “Why aren’t you making authentic African art?” He wondered: “What is authentic African Art. What is authentic identity in a global modern world?”
Michel Tuffery is artist an artist of Samoan, Rarotongan and Ma’ohi Tahitian heritage: “We’re this third generation,” says the artist, “we were born here, in New Zealand. If you go to a new place you create a new culture, and that’s what we’re doing…it’s a coming to grips.”
Chinese contemporary artist Xu Bing considers what has inspired his work: “As an artist, you ask yourself: Can you channel your life experience through your artwork using whatever is unique to you, to create a new artistic language?”
In the wake of rapid global change, we see the emergence of global, transnational (Links to an external site.) artists worldwide who use art to explore their identity and to comment on socio-political issues. But imagine what it’s like being an expatriate, living away from one’s home country. Imagine what it’s like feeling like an expatriate when you’ve never left the country where you were born. How would you deal with that? What type of art would you create. What would your message be?
These are just a few of the issues contemporary artists are tackling, locally and globally, in the 21st century.
How Artists Explore Identity Art helps us understand not only the artists, but also ourselves. Works of art can convey the experiences and identities of the artists who create them, and as viewers we may share similar experiences and identities. As you watch this video, consider some of the ways art informs how we see the artist, and what it tells us about how artists see themselves.

Why Global Art?In our interconnected and increasingly fragile world, we cannot afford to overlook the perspective of global, transnational artists who work from the basis of experiences and traditions that may be very different from our own.
Some of these artists work within our local communities, while others create and display their work far outside our local region. Located in different countries around the world, these artists draw on a broad variety of artistic knowledge, incorporating into their work the ideas and practices of their own culture, as well as innovations from other cultures. For example, an artist working today in China has available the resources of traditional Eastern and Western art practices, as well as the pluralism of modern and postmodern art.
Informed by diverse cultures and personal experiences, these artists communicate values that all persons, irrespective of their particular cultures, can share. Whether celebrating the vitality of local culture and tradition, promoting mutual understanding, or making powerful social and political statements, these artists bring a fresh global worldview that we desperately need.
Key Issues and ThemesContemporary global artists work in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, installation, and performance art. They create works of art that confront our worldview about the social, political, and environmental challenges we face, including:
the socio-political effects of forced migration, displacement, and exile.
the trauma of conflict, industrialization, environmental destruction, and natural disasters.
the violence, oppression, and misrepresentation experienced by minorities in contemporary society.
historical stereotypes, cultural appropriation, and the oppression of indigenous peoples in modern culture.
the experience, identity, and roles of women and men in traditional societies.
the construction of contemporary identity and self-image within a colonial and post-colonial world.
Key StrategiesThese artists use a variety of strategies to draw attention to these challenges.
They remove objects and images from their usual context (decontextualization).
They present common things in an unfamiliar or strange way (defamiliarization).
They emphasize the idea behind the art over its monetary value (dematerialization).
They challenge aggressive localism that uses culture as a mark of otherness and as a defense.
They critique the institutions of art and the colonial attitudes they sometimes reinforce.
They employ radical juxtaposition of forms to reveal hidden meanings.
They create art that is grounded in or examines local or national traditions.
Your AssignmentIn this Discussion, you will select a global, transnational artist, from the list provided, who makes work that you can relate to or who has an artistic approach that you find powerful and interesting. You will then post a 500-650 word analysis of their artistic approach, and how their work expresses their personal history and identity. You will support your key points with ideas and information you find in the resources provided, the internet, and with your own observations, ideas and insights. Please cite your sources.
This Discussion is worth 100 points. Please read the instructions and Grading Rubric before you begin.
Due Date
Your initial Discussion post is due by Sunday, Nov. 21 at 11:59 p.m
Your responses to posts by at least two different classmates is due by Sunday, Dec. 5 at 11:59 p.m.
Instructions and Grading CriteriaImportant! Approach this discussion as you would if you were writing a college paper. In other words, don’t just start writing in the discussion board without having a plan. I recommend that you open a Word document and write a polished 500-650 word paper, then copy and paste this into your discussion post.
Step One: Select an Artist to Write About
Learn About the Artists
Click the link above. Then explore the work of each artist listed until you are familiar with their unique artistic approach. Take the time to watch the videos and read the information about each artist before you select an artist to write about. Be sure to select an artist because you can relate to the artist or the message in their work. If possible, choose an artist who creates work that is directly relevant to your life in some way.
Step Two: Post in the Class Discussion
Your post is worth 80 possible points
After you select an artist from the list provided, write and post a 500-650 word analysis of their artistic approach, and how their work expresses their personal history and identity. Please introduce examples of the artist’s different works that demonstrate their artistic approach.
At the beginning of each paragraph, write a concise topic sentence that clearly states what the paragraph is about. This topic sentence will help frame the controlling argument for each paragraph and will help your reader follow your key ideas.
Paragraph One: Theme and Approach
This paragraph should be between 150-200 words.
Please post at least one image that is a good example of the artist’s work.
Topic sentence: In your topic sentence, clearly state the main issue or theme the artist is working with. Do this in one sentence. Please refer to the list of key issues and themes in the previous section. Pick only one main issue or theme to write about and focus on that.
Body of paragraph: Next, describe the artist’s unique artistic approach to addressing this issue or theme. How does the artist create their work? What is the message? Introduce different examples of the artist’s work and describe the main strategies used to convey this message. Please refer to the list of key strategies in the previous section.
Paragraph Two: Personal History and Identity
This paragraph should be between 200-250 words.
Topic sentence: In your topic sentence, summarize the connection between the artist’s work and their personal history and identity. Do this in one sentence.
Body of paragraph: Next, describe this connection in greater depth. Provide more detail about the artist’s personal experiences and explain how they inform their art. Before you write this paragraph, you may need to do extra research to learn about the artist. Please cite your sources.
Paragraph Three: Making a Difference (Evaluation)
This paragraph should be between 150-200 words.
Topic Sentence: In your topic sentence, summarize why (or why not) this artist’s work of art made a difference to you, or to your way of thinking about the issues and themes in the work. Do this in one sentence. Stay focused and don’t try to write about everything. Keep it real.
Body of Paragraph: Next, thoroughly discuss your reaction to the artist’s work and evaluate its effectiveness in more detail. Explain why you think the artist’s work is successful. Support your key points with examples and observations of the artist’s work.
It may be helpful to consider some of these factors:
You don’t need to answer all these questions. They are here to help get you thinking.
What initial ideas or feelings come to mind after experiencing the work of this artist?
Do you identify with the artist’s work? Based on your life experiences, is it personally relevant to you?
Does the work impact your way of thinking about these issues?
What is it about the artist’s work that engages you the most? The message? The way it is made? The formal characteristics?
Do you think your experience of the work is the same as what the artist intended?
Step Three: Respond to Two Classmates
Each post is worth 10 possible points (20 points total)
Next, review the posts of your classmates. Post a thorough and cogent response to a post by two different classmates (at least 100 words each). Add a new insight to the discussion that helps the reader better understand the work of art. To do this consider the following:
Do you agree with your classmate’s analysis and evaluation? Why or why not?
Did they leave out something important? If you think so, introduce this to the discussion.
Did you find something interesting in the post, but you don’t fully understand? Politely ask them to clarify for you.
GradingThis Discussion topic is broadly framed and there is no right or wrong answer. Instead, you will be graded on how well you demonstrate your ability to think clearly about this topic and logically support your ideas with concepts from the readings, online sources, and your own observations, ideas and insights.
Before you submit your posts, take a little more time to proofread and revise your work to make sure that what you write actually conveys what you intend to say. Your posts must be clearly-written, well-supported, grammatically correct, and free of spelling and punctuation errors. This is a college level assignment!
Please review the Grading Rubric before you begin. You can view the Grading Rubric by clicking the three dots in the upper right of this page, then click “Show Rubric.” Here are more instructions for viewing the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.).

Earn a High Grade
Before you begin, read all of the instructions, as well as the rubric.
Include key ideas contained in the videos and links provided for this assignment.
Start with an outline and organize your main points into separate topical paragraphs.
Write concise and clear sentences that clearly convey what you intend to say.
Write in third person, present tense, as much as possible.
Support your statements with examples and observations of the artist’s work.
Include your own insights that support your main points.
Assignment Feedback
I care very much about the quality of work you submit and I will carefully read, evaluate, and provide feedback on your post within approximately one week after you submit responses to your classmates (usually sooner). As you can imagine, this takes time and I appreciate your patience while I assess your work.
Click this link for instructions on how to view assignment comments from your instructor. (Links to an external site.)
This is not a research paper. However, you will need to do some very basic research about the artist and their work. Try to identify at least one big idea you find. Be sure to cite your sources and paraphrase ideas in your own words. Contact me and I can show you how to do this. In most cases you can cite the URL for an online source in parentheses after the section in your paper where the reference occurs.
Do not Plagiarize
If I find that you have appropriated any ideas or text without giving proper credit to the person or persons who created them, you will receive a zero for this assignment. No exceptions. Please familiarize yourself with the Academic Honesty/Dishonesty and Plagiarism Policies for this course.

Assignment 29956

You do not have time to do your own reasearch such as studies or surveys.
You must use at least 3 published works that are scholary journals or peer reviewed papers.
An example of what I mean is the following:
Incorrect: “Terrorism” (you cant find research that proves or disproves this. its just a topic. we dont want topic)
Correct: “Terrorism is Created by Poverty” (can you prove or disprove this? yes. there are studies and papers on this. find them. you are allowed to prove your own statement wrong. you are allowed to have 2 studies say one thing and the other be the opposite. the point is to find the research and explain it to the reader.)
You can have other sources too that are articles from CNN, Washington Post, NY Times, etc. But those arent research sources. those are more filler or statements that fluff the paper to show you are reading stuff about the topic.
USE APA FORMAT!!!!! Here is how to if you arent sure.
How to select a reseach statement
I wont look at your paper until it is finalized. Use friends, school resources and other means to proofread it and make sure it is correct gramatically and in the correct format.
I need minimum of 10-12 pages paper. no plagarism
before stating the paper, just give me a text the topic which you are going to write