Examine how the artist of the second work captured the subject or story of the first.

Read/review the following resources for this activity

Textbook: Chapter 15
Lesson
Minimum of 1 primary source (from artist)
Minimum of 1 scholarly source
Initial Post Instructions
For the initial post, select and address one of the following options:

Option 1: Choose a work to discuss from one genre that interprets a work from another genre.

Include the title, artist, and descriiption of both works.
Examine how the artist of the second work captured the subject or story of the first.
Support your point(s) with a statement from the second artist that discusses the influence, reasoning, or interpretation of the original work on the second work.
Click below for examples

Link: Examples
Option 2: Choose a work that is interdisciplinary (incorporates two or more disciplines), such as Hamilton from our lesson this week.

Include the title and artist(s).
Examine the genres that are intermingled to create the work.
How effective is the blending of genres in the work?
Why do you think the artist used different disciplines in the work?
Support your point(s) with a statement from the artist and one from a critic.
Option 3: Choose a work of art from any genre that depicts or tells the story of a real life event from any time period, such as The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804 by Jacques Louis David.

Include the title and the artist and some background of the event.
What is the relationship between the work of art and the event?
Did the artist depict the event accurately?
Does the artist make changes regarding the event? If so, why do you think the artist made these changes?
Examine the artist’s message in the depiction.
Support your point(s) with a statement from the artist. ( chapter 15 will be by email)

Write a research paper outlining the distinctions between bottom-up and top-down design.

Write a research paper outlining the distinctions between bottom-up and top-down design.Construct relations in first, second, and third normal form.

Part 1: Perform a Bottom-up Database Design

Find a form on the Web and follow the bottom-up database design approach. Please include the website URL and an image of this form.

Find all the attributes on the form.
Establish the dependencies (determinants).
Group attributes that have a common determinant into an entity type; name it.
Find directly-related entity type pairs.
Determine the connectivity for each pair.
Complete the ERD in ERDPlus.com.
Review the ERD and update it to be in 3NF if ERD from step 6 is not in 3NF.

Part 2: Begin Designing a Database
A Database Design Sample document attached shows a reference sample of the database design required in Unit 7, Part 2.

Your database should have a minimum of 5 tables. If you are having difficulty meeting the minimum requirement of 5 tables, let the instructor know by email. The instructor can suggest an increase in database scope/purpose if necessary.

Please keep your database design simple. Have no more than 10 tables including associative entities (5-7 entities/tables is ideal). If you must, narrow the scope of your database design in order to meet this requirement.

Part 2 Requirements

You will design an ERD in ERDPlus.com. Questions and problems from Chapters 3, 4, 5, and 6 can be used as the concept for the database you create for this project. In this unit, you will start by defining the purpose of the database and the information the database is to provide. You will list entities, write the business rules for each relationship between entities, and create an ERD in ERDPlus.com.

Part 2, Section 1: Database Definition

State the purpose of the database.
Define the requirements of the database. Describe who the users are and how the database will be used.
Part 2, Section 2: Database Design

This section of the Assignment must include at least five entities and should have no more than 10 entities (5-7 entities is ideal). Note, your entities will become tables in an implemented relational database.

List the entities of your database.
Present the business rules that determine connectivity using the format requested from the Unit 2 Assignment. Do not give rules for links to associative entities; simply give the M:N relationship rules and the name of the associative entity you will use for that relationship. Example: Apartment – Tenant. One apartment may currently be occupied by one or more tenants (many). One tenant may occupy many apartments (many). Apartment M:N Tenant; Associated Entity (AE): ApartmentTenant
Create the ERD in ERDPlus.com. Be sure to include the informational label required.

Death Rate in Low-Mortality Diagnosis Related Groups [DRGs]) and find an article from the Walden Library published in the last five years that describes the involvement of nurses in that particular type of quality improvement activity.

Death Rate in Low-Mortality Diagnosis Related Groups [DRGs]) and find an article from the Walden Library published in the last five years that describes the involvement of nurses in that particular type of quality improvement activity.

Write a Summary Assignment paper on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s, I Have a Dream Speech.

STEP #1 – WATCH

STEP #2 – Review “How to Write a Summary”

How to Write a Summary

Introduction

Let’s just say that you just heard Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s, I Have a Dream Speech, and you wanted to share it with your neighbor. Your summary might look something like the following:

I just heard the most inspiring speech the other night. In it, Dr. King discussed how he envisioned a future without racism and hate. He opened his talk with a reference to the Emancipation Proclamation and pointed out that blacks still did not have their freedom. King then encourages his audience that they needed to act immediately. In the next section, he repeated “I have a dream” eight times and painted a picture of what a world without racism would look like. King concluded his speech by pressing the nation to “let freedom ring.”

Or imagine that you missed your history class, and you asked a classmate what you missed, s/he would say something along the lines of this:

In class the other day, Dr. Martinez discussed ___________. First, she discussed ________. Then she explained ___________. After _______, she moved on to _________. Before Martinez closed the class, she __________.

Both of these examples are summaries, and they have a number of things in common:

References to the person/thing being summarized. They refer to the speaker/author multiple times.

Verbs of attribution (VOA’s). Verbs of attribution are verbs that make it clear that the speaker or author said/wrote something. Examples of VOA’s include the following: “says,” “explain,” “discusses,” and many more. For more VOA’s, google “verbs of attribution.” When the “who” and a VOA are combined, it is referred to as an author tag, e.g. “Martinez argues.”

Transitions that show what part of the original piece is being summarized. Transitions that work well for a summary include “First,” “second,” “third,” “then,” etc. For a more comprehensive list, Google, “time order transitions” or “chronological transitions.” Note: At times, a verb of attribution also acts like a transition like “begins,” “concludes,” or “moves on.”

General details. A summary is not the place to put in very specific stats and numbers.

Few to no quotes. In the King piece, he does repeat a few phrases so many times that it would be nearly impossible to summarize without using the words, “I have a dream” or “Let freedom ring;” however, quotes are generally too specific for a brief introduction.

Objectivity. With the exception of an executive summary, a summary should strictly be what the original author/speaker wrote or said. You should not insert your opinion. This includes phrases like “He opened his moving talk by.” “Moving” is a subjective term.

The Summary Formula

Use the following formula to construct your summary:

1st sentence: Who and what is being summarized + VOA + the thesis of the piece being summarized.

2nd to last sentence: Transition + Who and what is being summarized + VOA + the first major detail of the piece being summarized.

For example:

1st sentence: In the _____ article, Smith + argues + something

2nd sentence: First + he + explained + something

3rd sentence: Smith + explained + the next + something

Note that you may have a sentence or two between each of the above that elaborates further on the first point, etc., but at some point, you need to return to the following: (Transition + Who and what is being summarized + VOA + the next major detail of the piece being summarized.)

Also, keep in mind that you will have something that looks like a summary if you use the above formula, but you need to ensure that the thesis and main points are accurate

STEP #3 – Draft a Summary Paragraph

Use what you have learned from STEP #1 & STEP #2 to draft a 1-paragraph summary of an article on your topic. *You can use an article from a recent research assignment

A Wand or Spilt Secrets: Safeguarding Legal Profession in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.

Requirements and Context:

General:

– Sources from the internet in the footnotes must include actual links;
– Please use the submitted sample of the actual article with the ready formatting.
– CITE anything that is possible;
– Sources must be about the United States law and lawyers, not India, or anywhere in the world.
– Sources in the order of priority: apart from ABA and state bar Rules, academic articles or research papers (e.g., ResearchGate, SSRN, etc.), law journals, ABA and State Bars publications, Copyright Office or USPTO guidelines or instructions for lawyers, American media (primarily Atlantic, WSJ, NY Times, etc.), news publications.
– Sources must not be of commercial/promotional nature (when a blog site was paid for publication by the company developed the product).

A in Part I (no solution proposals, only describing and analyzing):

– must include the description and examples how the US law firms and in-house legal teams use AI now, whether when AI is a separate product (SaaS or Software) or is a part of product (Contract lifecycle management product), whether proprietary (build in-house) or developed by companies for lawyers; describe the terms of service of these products; how the AI is being trained; with what data sets.

1 in B in Part I:

– Must start with the explanation of what duty of competence is under ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and under US states bar codes (see latest example); include analysis of material differences of US states bar codes rules comparing to the ABA Model Rules – which are more and less strict compared to the ABA duty of confidentiality;

a. Based on how lawyers currently use AI, must analyze and give examples to the extent of what quality it can support the effectiveness and fulfillment of duty of competence of lawyers; what impact using the AI brings to the probability of lawyer’s mistakes (malpractice or negligence) + describe the known cases of when lawyers used it and it produced the low quality or non-existing facts in litigation, briefs, literally anywhere you can find and cite (mandatory to include: fake citations in litigation ).
b. Based on how lawyers currently use AI, must analyze how lawyers as human beings currently control the use of AI in substance of their work, what are the guardrails, what are the risks of that use, what they do mitigate those risks.
c. Based on how lawyers currently use AI, must describe and analyze what is current potential responsibility lawyers may face under the currently-enforced and applicable rules, frameworks (ABA Model Rules, state bar guidelines, civil, administrative, regulatory, and criminal liability) when AI use in legal work causes harm, false statements, etc.

2 in B in Part I:

– Must start with the explanation of what duty of confidentiality is under ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct; under US states bar codes; include analysis of material differences of US states bar codes rules comparing to the ABA Model Rules – which are more and less strict compared to the ABA duty of confidentiality;
– Must explain what is privileged/confidential information within this duty;

a. Must explain how privileged/confidential information and the clients privacy rights intersect and that there is another implied dimension of lawyer’s responsibility for clients privacy rights framework; where the latter is more strict (CA, Colorado, Connecticut, Virginia, etc.);
b. Analyze what cybersecurity frameworks and practices lawyers use; how effectively they use them and what bottlenecks they face; how easy it is for law firms to get cyber liability insurance; do they train their attorneys about cyber threats (phishing, DDoS, ransomware, etc.); describe and analyze the examples and consequences of cyber security or data breaches occurred in specifically law firms or in-house legal teams.

Write a research paper that explains how to make a video demonstration of hacking.

Write a research paper that explains how to make a video demonstration of hacking.

introduction and purpose
steps taken to break into the remote system and a discussion of the vulnerability you are exploiting
an explanation of how you accessed the shadow file and what methods you used to crack the password hash
an explanation of how you gained access to the confidential information on the system
a summary of the steps taken in the video and recommendations for the company

Microsoft stream screen record video link sent above

Write a research report outlining the four measures of financial success.

Write a research report outlining the four measures of financial success.This week’s discussion topic is about Economic Indicators, such as Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Quality of Life, Economic Freedom, Employment and others indicated below.
The ultimate question for this week is: “Is GDP a good measure of national economic well being?”
In your response you must demonstrate your personal research, which must include more than one of the following websites:
GDP per capita. World Bank. https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.CD?view=map
The Human Development Index (HDI). United Nations Development Programme. Human Development Reports. http://hdr.undp.org/en/content/human-development-index-hdi
The Index of Economic Freedom. The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal. http://www.heritage.org/index/about
Corruption Perceptions Index. Transparency International. https://www.transparency.org/research/cpi/overview
The Knowledge Index. World Bank Institute. World Bank
World Happiness Report. Helliwell, John F, Layard, Richard, and Sachs, Jeffrey. https://worldhappiness.report/ed/2020
You must complete your research by visiting an “Economic Calendar” website, such as https://tradingeconomics.com/calendar for a foreign country or the US. In the menu at the top of the page select the dates such as today or the last few days, or months, select high impact, select a country and save your selection. You must analyze the past evolution, current economic situation and perspective.
You can research on the internet economic news, the topics you selected to support your views.

Rubric.
In your response you must demonstrate your personal research, which must include more than one of the websites indicated above and the Economic Calendar:

Your grade is based on the rubric below.
You are required to post your main post and respond to at least two peers, to make a minimum of three posts totaling at least 500 words.
Include a word count on each post. All of your posts should sum to a minimum of 500 words. Each post submitted should be between 150 and 250 words. Keep them short, specific, and clear.
Remember to document all use of sources by using citations and references. These should be in APA format APA format – Alternative Formats . Please review Plagiarism Powerpoints Plagiarism Powerpoints – Alternative Formats .
Now click on the “Week 2 DISCUSSION” title above to go to the discussion forum. You can start a new thread by clicking on the Create Thread button at the top. You can also respond to an existing post by clicking the Respond button at the bottom of the post.

Write a research paper that explains the key points of biological psychology.

Write a research paper that explains the key points of biological psychology.It is important to send an outline of the idea that you have put together for the term paper – an outline is necessary for me to submit this paper. this will also help me ensure its on the right track. I will attach the instructions to both the outline requirements and the official paper. Do not worry about waiting for an approval to start on the actual paper. Thank you kindly!

OUTLINE

Length: 1–2 pages

Weight: pass/fail

Choosing a Topic
For your term paper, you are encouraged to select any topic in the field of biological psychology that is of special interest to you and that is approved by your tutor.

Here are some examples of topics to consider:

Sleep and Dreams. Great strides have been made in recent years in identifying the neural mechanisms that account for brain wave patterns that characterize the various stages and qualities of sleep and dreams. Scientists have identified the brain circuits that initiate sleep and that account for the transition from one stage of sleep to the next. This topic should construct an account of the neural mechanisms involved in sleep and identify the basic phenomena associated with sleep.

Stress and Its Effect on the Brain and Body. Excessive human stress is widely regarded as a contributing factor to, or a cause of, numerous physical and mental diseases. This topic requires you to address the neurobiological mechanisms associated with the stress response and the way the brain responds to stress. In particular, you must identify how stress hormones can impede the well-being and normal functioning of the brain. Further, this topic should include an examination of the effects of stress on the functioning of such specific brain structures as the hippocampus, prefrontal cortex, and/or amygdala.

The Biological Basis of Schizophrenia. In addition to being one of the most perplexing disorders we know about, schizophrenia is a devastating affliction that disrupts our highest cognitive abilities. A variety of research supports the conclusion that schizophrenia is a developmental disorder that disrupts brain development. The brain condition it produces has been compared to a switchboard with faulty connections. This topic requires you to cover the various theories concerning the biological basis of schizophrenia. For each theory addressed, provide evidence for the claims made and describe how the research was conducted.

How the Brain Mediates and Controls the Sensation of Pain. Few topics are so directly relevant to our everyday experience as pain. One of the fascinating aspects of pain research is that it deals with a topic that is as subjective as it is objective. Everyone experiences pain, but to different degrees and for different reasons. Nevertheless, ample evidence indicates that the brain systems that mediate pain are remarkably similar across species. This topic requires you to identify the various mechanisms in the sensory pathway for pain, and then show how central mechanisms mediate the pain gate that controls activity in the pathway. You will also need to address the question of how cognitive centres in the brain can influence the intensity of pain.

The Biological Basis of Memory. How the human brain stores our experiences is an attractive research topic in the neurosciences today. Solid support exists for the claim that memories we are aware of (i.e., conscious about) are mediated by a brain system that involves the temporal lobe and the prefrontal cortex. In contrast, memories we remain unconscious of are probably mediated by the cerebellum and basal ganglia. For this topic, you might choose to examine the neural basis of a single type of memory, or you might prefer to survey the overall memory systems in the brain. Alternatively, you could focus on long-term potentiation, a prime candidate for the mechanism by which memories are stored in the brain in the first place.

The Biological Basis of Addiction. Drug addiction is a serious and enduring problem that has economic, social, medical, and psychological consequences. Addictive drugs seem to bypass motivational states and directly stimulate the extensive pleasure systems in the brain, primarily through activation of the nucleus accumbens and the extended amygdala. For this topic, you might present a broad overview of addiction mechanisms in the brain, including an examination of how drugs act at synapses. Alternatively, you could examine a single addictive drug (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, amphetamine, heroin) and describe how the addictive process emerges.

The Biological Basis of Affective Disorders. Known as the “common cold of psychiatric disorders,” depression, and the less common condition of mania, are major challenges for neuroscientists today. The problem is compounded by the multiple etiologies involved in depression and the fact that many cases of depression may involve little or no underlying brain disorder. Nevertheless, biologically based types of depression are prominent, and current research is beginning to unravel the nature of the brain and the chemistry dysfunctions associated with it. For this topic, you could present an overview of the many hypotheses identifying biological factors as the cause of affective disorders. Alternatively, you might choose to examine a single factor in greater depth.

Biological Characteristics of Drug Use. Write a paper on any biological aspect of drug use that interests you. For example, you might want to take a detailed look at the action of a single drug, or class of drugs, on neurotransmitter systems in the nervous system. Or, you might prefer to review the effects and mechanisms of one of the mood-altering or hallucinogenic drugs on humans.

Biopsychological Disease or Disorder. Identify a biopsychological disease or disorder (e.g., obsessive–compulsive disorder, amnesia, panic disorder) that interests you, and write an in-depth report on its biological basis. You may include a case study in your report, but be sure that the case study is integrated into the overall paper and that it illustrates the points made in the rest of the paper.

Term Paper Thesis Statement and Outline
Before you begin to write your term paper, you must submit an outline of your paper, including a thesis statement, for approval.

There are two reasons for doing this. First, writing a working thesis statement and preparing an outline will help you to identify your objectives and organize them in a cohesive and thematic fashion. A good thesis statement acts as a solid basis with which to maintain focus. Second, the proposal allows your tutor to consider your management of the topic and make suggestions before you begin to write.

While you may not have acquired all of your sources at this stage, it is recommended that you include the ones that you have or intend to obtain.

If necessary, your tutor can help you to expand some of your points, add additional references, reorganize the outline, or develop it further. If major changes are required, or if your outline has major omissions, your tutor may ask you to submit a new outline. Your outline may be written in point form.

Your term paper will not be accepted for grading unless your outline has been approved by your tutor, or the plans for the paper have been adequately discussed with and subsequently approved by the tutor.

TERM PAPER

Length: 3,000–5,000 words (12–20 double-spaced pages, in 12-point font, not including title page, references, figures, and appendices)

Weight: 35% of your final course grade

Write a term paper on the topic that you chose for your term paper thesis statement and outline.

Please read the pages on the characteristics of a quality paper, citation style, and the term ;aper grading criteria in the term paper outline and term paper section of the Course Information.

Your paper should be written in APA style. Consult these resources:

APA’s Style and Grammar Guidelines (7th ed.)
Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)’s information on APA Style (7th ed.)

Submit your paper in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx) or rich text format (.rtf).

Characteristics of a Quality Paper
A well-organized paper consists of an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. It must include a title page and a reference list, and it may include figures and appendices.
The introduction must provide relevant background information and should present the rationale and scope of the paper. It should be concise and contain a clear thesis statement.
The body of the paper is based on the review of the literature and should support the thesis proposed.
The conclusion should summarize and integrate the main points presented in the paper, reinforce the thesis statement, and provide recommendations for further study.
Your paper must cite authorities (that is, authors of peer-reviewed research articles or books) to back up your statements. Unfounded conjecture (that is, statements by you or an author that are not based on research or logical extrapolation from empirical or experimental research) has no place in scholarly writing. Avoid citing exhortative literature and non-scientific authors or sources. Your supporting citations should be dominated by current (from the last five years) journal articles—that is, primary sources. While textbooks, other books, and internet documents can be used as references, these should be minimized and are considered secondary sources. In particular, minimal reference to the course textbook is expected and acceptable, but a significant reliance on it is unacceptable. The Resources: General, Research, and Writing link on our main course page might be a good starting point for finding appropriate references for your paper. Note, also, the references lists at the end of each chapter in our textbook. As well, the AU Library has a great many available resources. As a guideline, a reasonable number of sources to include in a paper of this nature is ten to fifteen.
Your paper should have a structural theme. You may order it chronologically, logically, or in accordance with some paradigm, such as the thesis you have proposed. The structure should give unity and coherence to your paper. An overall system permitting infinite variation would include the following general structure:
Introduction
Background Information
Review of the Literature
Summary
Conclusions (or Discussion and Implications)
References
Given that the largest portion of your paper will be the literature review (that is, the body of the paper), it should be organized into appropriate subheadings relevant to the specific material.
Your term paper should demonstrate your ability to integrate a specific body of research and not just provide a synopsis of the subject matter. This assignment is intended to develop your skill in analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating research, and to further develop your skill in writing a scholarly paper.
You are expected to adhere rigorously to principles of academic integrity. Please refer to the Academic Integrity section of this Course Information for further information on this important issue.
Citation Style
The citation system outlined in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed., 2020) is the most easily used and economical system currently in use in psychological circles. This APA Manual may be borrowed from the Athabasca University Library or from another library at which you have borrowing privileges. Another excellent resource is the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)’s information on APA Style .

The APA system includes the names of authors of supportive research as parenthetical citations in the text. A reader who wishes to locate a source turns to the reference list where the complete reference can be found, listing the author, year, article title, journal, volume, and so on. A reference list contains all of the sources referred to in your paper and is arranged in alphabetical order. Every source mentioned in your paper should appear in the reference list, and every item in the list should have a corresponding reference in the text of your paper. A list containing articles and/or books that you read but did not actually cite in the text of your paper is called a bibliography, but typically a bibliography is not included in a paper of this nature.

Note that it is quite uncommon to use quotations in scholarly writing. When citing research, use your own words to describe the particular study. Quotations should be used only when you wish to point out some specific aspect of the actual writing of the authors. Do not use quotations to introduce general information from the source that you are using.xxx

Grading Criteria
This table provides grading criteria and corresponding grades. Contact your tutor for further information.

Grade Criteria
85–100% Clear, concise introduction and rationale. Thorough coverage of material. Essay extensively and appropriately referenced with primary scientific sources. Well-organized and planned material. Demonstrated knowledge, comprehension, evaluation, and integration of material. Conclusions clear and logical with well-founded recommendations for further research. Excellent writing style, presentation, and formatting.
70–84% Relatively clear, concise introduction and rationale. Thorough coverage of material. Good use of primary scientific resources. Attempt at overall theme and integration of material. Some confusion in thinking that affects logic of conclusions. Good writing style, presentation, and formatting.
60–69% Unclear introduction and rationale. Adequate coverage of material. Alternative references used, but reliance mainly on one, or on secondary sources. Attempt at overall theme and integration of material, but some faulty logic. Adequate writing style and presentation.
55–59% Sketchy coverage of material. Information derived mainly from textbook with few alternative sources. Poor organization, writing style, and presentation.
40–54% Incomplete coverage of material. Information derived mainly from textbook, and few alternative sources, if any. Unorganized material and poor writing style.
0–39% Unreferenced, inadequate, or inappropriate material. Total lack of organization and writing style.

Compose a research paper addressing the “Historical Development of the Police,”

Primary Response is due by Thursday (11:59:59pm Central), Peer Responses are due by Saturday (11:59:59pm Central).

Primary Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 200–250 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.

For this Discussion Board, please complete the following:

American policing began during colonial times and has its roots in England. Organized police forces did not begin until the 1700s in England, and prior to an organized police force, there was no uniformity in how criminals were arrested and punished. As population increased, crime rates began to rise in the 18th century. This assisted the growth of a new form of private police, which was able to make profit legally from the lack of formal police departments. They were known as thief-takers because they were known to be corrupt.

These corrupt private police profited not only from catching and informing on criminals but also from theft, receiving stolen property, intimidation, lying, and blackmail. The use of violence by these private police was common. This helped to evolve the profession of policing.

Please watch the following video to help you with this assignment:

The History of Policing in America
The focus of reform and professional development began in the early 1900s with a transition from political influence to advanced investigation and prevention methodologies. Answer the following questions:

Looking at the intellipath lesson “Historical Development of the Police,” what new techniques did Vollmer implement for policing?
Once new techniques for policing were created, officers were trained and encouraged to create a relationship with citizens in the neighborhoods they protected. This idea was known as Community Policing.
After reviewing the intellipath lesson titled “Police Support Functions,” is Community Policing important? If so. Why?
How might community policing make a difference in your neighborhood?
Responses to Other Students: Respond to at least 2 of your fellow classmates with at least a 50–100-word reply about their Primary Response regarding items you found to be compelling and enlightening. To help you with your discussion, please consider the following question:

What differences or similarities do you see between your posting and other classmates’ postings?