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Briefly describe what type of healthcare inequity was depicted in the video. • Which CLAS standards are or are not demonstrated in the video? How would meeting the standards reduce health inequity in the example that you chose? • What could the healthcare organization do better to provide patients with the best care and eliminate the health inequities illustrated in the video? • If you were faced with similar types of situations in the future, explain how you would be better prepared to handle them appropriately after viewing the standards.
Discuss the Washington’s’ Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge.Dunbar, Erica Armstrong. Never Caught: The Washingtons’ Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge. (37 Ink/Atria, 2017). I would like you to write a brief essay, 1000 – 1200 words, based on material you gather from Never Caught. Your objective is not to write a book review, but to use your text as a historical source regarding life in the United States in the late 18th century and early 19th century. While this is a book about the life of one woman, the author, Erica Dunbar, is a historian, and as such she makes certain to place the subject of her book in historical context. It is the context of Judge’s life which I want you to distill from Never Caught. The essential material to convey is the significant historical information you have encountered, not the specific details of Ona Judge’s life. Those items are less important than the details of the world in which Judge lived. Here are some of the historical elements you might consider: Life on the plantation of a prominent Virginian Relations between enslaver and enslaved Enslaved family relations The “inner life” of the enslaved Philadelphia in the Early Republic Life for a runaway slave George and Martha Washington There are many others. You are welcome to use the examples listed above or come up with others you discover. Make sure your material comes from throughout the book. You must identify and discuss at least four historical elements other than biographical details regarding Ona Judge. You must provide at least eight page cites as described below. I would also like you to identify the argument Erica Dunbar makes in Never Caught. The argument is not what the book is “about,” but what claim Dunbar makes and then supports with historical material. General comments: Your essay should be between 1000 and 1200 words, though I will be happy to read as much as you are inclined to write, as long as it is analytic and not merely summary. I want you to avoid narrating your paper. Please don’t start by telling me what you are going to tell me in the rest of your paper and please don’t conclude by telling me what you just told me in the rest of your paper. Just tell me. Once. I don’t need you to provide a road map; your paper is only a couple pages long. I won’t get lost. Please do not merely summarize the book. When you refer to any information that comes from the text, whether you are quoting language or not, please cite it by placing the page number in parentheses after your reference. The following is an example of what I am asking you to do: The legal condition of colonial married women was known as “coverture.” This meant that the married woman was covered under her husband’s rights and that she had no independent legal status. (5-6) Here is another example In the 1600s, most people lived on farms. Women were crucial to their family’s success and economic productivity. They were responsible for turning the raw materials men in the family produced into usable items, for example, food and clothing or candles and soap. (6) I will not grade papers without proper citations as described above. Of course, if you are quoting language, you must put the language in quotation marks and provide the page number. It is not necessary to use formal footnotes, but it is imperative that you make it clear where you are getting your reference. Do not include extensive quotations retyped from the text. With few exceptions, it is more appropriate to put things in your own words to demonstrate your understanding. The only thing that ought to be quoted directly is particularly unusual use of language. Retyping more than a couple words usually indicates that you don’t understand the book well enough to use your own words. You must proofread your paper. Make sure your work is organized in appropriate paragraphs and is as comprehensible as possible. This book is NOT A NOVEL. Calling it a novel is not only an error, but proof that you have not read the prompt. Your paper must be typed in a 12-point font, double spaced, with one-inch margins on the top and bottom and left and right of each page. Do not include a cover page, but your name and section number should appear on every page in the upper right-hand corner. Make your paper as easy to read as possible
Write a research paper on a country that has a negative political atmosphere.As a manager, how would you prepare your business for any possible negative events?
How did Rome’s urban environment shape the lives of its population in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD? 2) Discuss the changing role of the emperor in Roman religion. 3) To what extent did Roman rule change the civic institutions and administration of the cities of the Greek East? Answer with respect to at least two different provinces. 4) ‘[I]t is surprisingly difficult to answer the simple question ‘Who were the Romans?’’ (Greg Woolf, Rome: An Empire’s Story, Ch. 14). Discuss. 5) Discuss the impact of the Roman army on the economies of the western Roman provinces. Use MHRA referencing style for the essay. Please do NOT use any word spinners/ rewriters because the last essay I received had some of this in it and it was not what I was looking for and was therefore unoriginal content. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thanks in advance. There must be an introduction, main body, and conclusion to the essay. It must use a wide variety of primary and secondary sources and it must place a strong emphasis on analysis. This is very important to the success of the essay. Please consult the PDF on how to cite primary sources since these need to be done differently from the secondary ones. This is CRUCIAL. Thanks.
Are you impressed by the use of celebrities in product advertisements? What celebrity could you use to promote Harvest Gold?
Discuss and demonstrate how classes provide a blueprint for the objects of the class.A class definition can contain three parts: Every class has a name. Most classes contain data, although this is not required. Most classes contain methods, although this is not required. Please define the term class and explain how it relates to an object or instance of that class. You need to use examples to demonstrate how classes provide a blueprint for the objects of the class. Please describe attributes and methods, the two components of classes. Use real-world examples to explain how attributes and methods define a class.
Write a research paper about the COVID-19 virus’s effects.You have just completed your seven-year term as the chief economic policy advisor responsible for managing the economy of our country You are expected to create a report for the incoming administration. In this outgoing report, you will select what you consider to be the most important macroeconomic issues facing our country and policies to address them. 1. Summarize the two economic issues and document why it is considered an issue. 2. Use up-to-date DATA to illustrate issue. Data should be displayed w/ single decimal place. 3. Use critical thinking to analyze the issue using economic concepts and theory learned in our class 4. Present two policy recommendations based on this issue 5. Use additional references to back up your arguments 6. Include at least one graph (supply and demand, 7. AS/AD, Aggregate Expenditure) developed in the course to illustrate the impact on economy of your recommendation to address the issue. Supporting charts and tables are also encouraged. 8. Use clear and effective writing in your presentation. Possible concepts include (this list is not exhaustive. If you have a particular topic in mind, please reach out): * Addressing consequences of Covid-19 * Economic growth/expansion * Taxation * Government spending * Labor market, wages, and income inequality * Poverty and public policy * International trade Your paper should: * be a total of 4 pages, double-spaced, not including bibliography. Font: Times Roman 12. * include a bibliography with at least three references, presented in MLA style ***(I would prefer the topics to be about 1: inflation & 2: Income Inequality, but choose as you like)****
For this assignment, please select one of the essay question prompts below and follow steps 1 through 4 to complete this assignment. You are being asked to brainstorm and think about your answer to the question. Then you will write your thesis that answers the question. Please underline your THESIS. The last portion of the assignment is to list your supporting evidence and counter evidence. YOU WILL NOT WRITE AN ESSAY FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT. Students are expected to refer to the textbook and other sources that we have read for the exam; references to additional (outside) sources are welcome, but not required. Your essay preparation work should be from course readings/materials. All references to the literature must be properly cited (in whatever citation form students prefer). Your responses must reflect an understanding of the readings from the textbook and a presence at the lectures. Your responses must be based on the relevant readings, lectures, films, class discussions, and hand-outs. The goal is to demonstrate that you have read the assigned material and understand key concepts. Remember to use specific evidence and/or examples to support your arguments. You should include your sources as notations in your evidence section as this is an important part of the writing process. Please include a Works Cited page in MLA or Chicago format. (Opinions without evidence, however interesting, are not sufficient.) Please DO NOT use materials from the Internet without clear identification of the source. DO NOT cite texts without using inverted commas and appropriate attribution. Copying of texts from the Internet is considered plagiarism. Be sure to have a clear argument that you defend with relevant evidence. Please underline your THESIS. Organize your assignment with a logical structure. This assignment is worth up to 100 points. *Below is the full essay prompt, but you are only responsible for brainstorming and writing the thesis. This prompt will be the same for all of the remaining Historical Analysis Assignments. Essay Questions: Using material from class (lectures, readings, etc), critically answer one (1) of the following essay questions. You must address completely all aspects of the question asked. Your essay is worth a total of one hundred (100) points. Your responses must be based on the relevant readings, lectures, films, class discussions, and hand-outs. The goal is to demonstrate that you have read the assigned material and understand key concepts. Remember to use specific evidence and/or examples to support your arguments. (Opinions without evidence, however interesting, are not sufficient.) Questions: How did the south attempt to redefine the meaning of the Civil War after Reconstruction? Was it successful? Why or why not? How did the Industrial Revolution contribute to inequality? Use specific examples from course material. How did the railroad transform the United States and “make” the American West? Be sure to consider how it transformed the lives of Native Americans as well as Americans moving westward. What were some of the justifications for expansion? What were the arguments against? Be sure that you can discuss and analyze the debates over American imperialism within the United States. What issues existed concerning immigration in the US in the late-19thand early-20th centuries? Be sure to consider the factors behind immigration, questions of assimilation, and political responses in your answer. For this assignment, you will follow the steps listed in the document, Writing a History Paper: The Basics, and complete steps 1 through 5 of the list below:
Write a comparative essay is adopted from the work of Vicki Visis and Jerry Plotnick from the University of Toronto.Your essay must be eight to ten pages in length, typed in New Times Roman with one-inch margins, and in Harvard or MLA style. The essay is valued at fifty points (20% of your final grade). Purpose Using the structure of a comparative essay, complete an assessment of the novel, The Coffee Trader, against the academic material presented in this class; specially with reference to the culture-economics relationship and its impact on global societies. Novel Background The novel by David Liss, The Coffee Trader, is the story about the 17th century Amsterdam Commodity Exchange. Throughout the novel, Liss writes about the political and economic rules that favored Dutch traders. With reference to the culture-economics relationship of its time, the protagonist, Miguel Lienzo, a Jewish refugee from the Portuguese Inquisition, finds himself at a trading disadvantage. Deeply in debt, Lienzo gambles on a rare commodity, coffee, to become financially solvent and forestall expulsion from the Exchange and the country. Assignment Details Write a comparative essay comparing and/or contrasting the state of Miguel Lienzo’s life to four assigned articles or books from this class. Indicate the ways in which these ideas, relative to the culture and economics of the various indigenous groups discussed in this course, compare or contrast with similar ideas in the novel. The structure of your essay must include an introduction, body, and conclusion. Within the body of the comparative essay, include: (a) a summary of events from the novel that relate specifically to the chosen academic sources; (b) the comparative effects of the culture-economics relationship relative to the Amsterdam Commodity Exchange using your academic sources as the basis of the comparison; (c) justification for the similarities and differences used as evidence to support your argument; and (d) a rank ordering of similarities and differences based on their importance to your essay. Grading Criteria Your grade for this comparative essay will be based on: (a) the quality of your comparison topics regarding the academic ideas; (b) how specifically your essay includes the suggested above structure; and (c) the overall quality of writing.