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Healthcare

Students are expected to utilize lrc resources to complete this project.

Based on your clinical, choose a patient of your choice and focus on the primary disease of
this patient. Type a two-page paper focusing on the disease. Please consider the following:
If not in clinical, please select a pulmonary disease
Give a brief description of the disease process in terms of incidence, prevalence,
risk factors/etiology, symptoms, and pathophysiology.
Diagnostic Procedures(e.g., biopsy, laboratory tests, x-rays); treatments (e.g.
medical; surgical; occupational; physical or speech therapy; social service,
psychological)
Prognosis (e.g., expected degree of recovery)
Researched and grammatically correct presentation of the topic listed above. References
must include works beyond the course’s required text. Students are expected to utilize LRC
resources to complete this project. The LRC can be accessed by visiting mylrc.tk.
Questions regarding the LRC can be directed to Jan.Vergos@yti.edu
Project will be introduced in Week 3 of the course and due in Week 8.
Project Requirements
Must be a minimum of two typed pages (excluding cover and reference page)
Double spaced in APA format
Must include a detailed summary and properly presented listing of references

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Biology

How would your life be changed if we decided to end this mutualistic relationship?

Most domesticated animals and plants that we use for food benefit from a mutualistic relationship with us. In exchange for food, we care for them and ensure their continued reproduction. However, through crossbreeding and genetic engineering (to increase food production) we have eliminated many of the adaptive traits they need for survival in the wild. How do you feel about this form of mutualism we have imposed on other species? How would your life be changed if we decided to end this mutualistic relationship? Do you believe that domesticated animals we raise should be treated as humanely as possible during the time we are fattening them up for slaughter? Explain. What effect might this have on the price and availability of meat produced from such animals? (20 sentences)

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Human Relations

Human resources is charged with optimizing the human potential of an organization.

Human resources is charged with optimizing the human potential of an organization. Examine how human resources can add organizational value. Then, recommend two strategies that an HR department can take to become a more valuable resource/organizational department.
Answer the above using the question and answer (Q&A) format. The Q&A format should include the original question along with your response. Within your post, support your responses with information from at least one peer-reviewed/scholarly source (not older than 3-5 years) from CSU Global online library or the Internet, and provide the full citation at the end of your post. Use APA guidelines (at the CSU Global Writing Center ) to format your references. Your total word count must be at least 300 words excluding the original questions.

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Business and Management

Shawn hudson previously served in the us coast guard, where he gained experience with navigation system software.

Contrast the various forms of business organizations.
In your role working as a paralegal or legal assistant for eHarbour, prepare a speech analyzing the different types of business entities for eHarbour. In the speech, analyze sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and subchapter S corporations. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each business entity, including liability, tax treatment, and management. Include a recommendation on what type of business entity to select.
You should also make sure to:
• Use examples to support your discussion
Differentiates between Business Organizations
• Discusses the pros and cons of sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and subchapter S corporations.
• Discusses the tax treatment of sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and subchapter S corporations.
• Includes a recommendation on which type of business entity to use supported by reasoning.
Content and Organization
• Focuses concisely on the topic.
Writing
• References or academic sources as required, including in-text citation(s).
Background Information on eHarbour
The company Harbor provides navigation software for pleasure boats and yachts. The software uses GPS data, maps, satellite imaging, weather information, and other data to assist with navigation. The company provides an app that users can download to any smartphone or other electronic device. Daniel Hudson, Shawn Hudson, and Heidi Hudson founded the business three years ago. The company is based in Tampa, FL. Before confounding eHarbour, Daniel Hudson worked as a lawyer with his solo law practice in Tampa, where he focused on criminal law. Daniel also owns his yacht and enjoys sailing. Shawn Hudson previously served in the US Coast Guard, where he gained experience with navigation system software. Heidi Hudson is Shawn Hudson’s wife, who has many years of experience in the marketing industry. After Shawn retired from the coast guard, the three decided to form a new company to develop new navigation software for pleasure boats and yachts. Daniel Hudson runs the company’s day-to-day operations and serves as company general counsel. Shawn focuses on developing the software, and Heidi leads the marketing department.
The three each own a one-third stake in the company. The company is currently formed as a general partnership agreement. Daniel has registered the name “eHarbour” as a fictitious business name or doing business as a DBA name with the State of Flordia. Sales for eHarbour software and downloads for the eHarbour app have significantly increased in recent months after a national news story featuring a yacht owner who used the eHarbour app to avoid a powerful hurricane and survive a near-death situation. Besides the three owners working full-time for eHarbour – the company currently has five full-time employees. In addition, the company uses some independent contractors for software development and other services. With business booming, the company faces additional legal questions and issues.

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History

World history to 1500 refelctive paper.

World history to 1500 refelctive paper. I have attached a form of the insturctions from my professor.

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Cultural Studies

Show the specific ways in which corruption has benefitted chinese society and argue that those benefits have clearly outweighed the negative effects

Each student will be assigned to a 2-3 person team and compete in an Oxford-style debate. This is not high school debate where “anything goes” and facts can be selectively cherrypicked. While it is important to develop persuasive arguments, debate teams should not purposively misstate statistics or intentionally mislead the class. Check and cross-check your facts. One or two key statistics may be useful for your argument, but they should be drawn from high quality sources, not deliberately taken out of context, and cited during the debate. Jamming in too many facts and rattling off lots of statistics during the debate is disorienting and ineffective. All statistics referenced during the debate and in individual motion briefs must be cited.
I need, in the document you will submit to me, the individual motion brief with the instructions below as well as 3-4 FOR the motion examples and 2-3 AGAINST the motion examples where my counterargument will be formed from.
The debate topic is as follows:
Corruption in China has benefitted more than it has harmed Chinese society
FOR: Define corruption and Chinese society. Show the specific ways in which corruption has benefitted Chinese society and argue that those benefits have clearly outweighed the negative effects
AGAINST: Define corruption and Chinese society. Show the specific ways in which corruption has harmed – and continues to harm – Chinese society and argue that those negative effects have clearly outweighed any positive effects
Remember that the primary purpose of these debates is to inform and educate your classmates on pertinent and often under-appreciated aspects of an issue and allow them to make up their own minds.
1) Individual Motion Brief (25 points): To prepare for the debate, each student will write an Individual Motion Brief which will be graded according to a 25-point rubric that is detailed in Gradescope and highlighted below. This short research paper must: 1) clearly state whether you support or oppose the motion, 2) offer THREE compelling arguments in support of your position that are backed by cited evidence from your research, and 3) thoughtfully address ONE potential counterargument by the other side., and 4) stay within a 750 word limit. This counterargument should reflect what you perceive as the greatest threat to your position on the debate motion. Carefully addressing this counterargument will help you prepare for your debate. Each argument and counterargument should start with a succinctly written topic sentence.
The brief must be uploaded to Gradescope by 10pm on the Monday before your debate to give your team time to coordinate, prepare and practice your presentations together before the debate on Thursday. I strongly encourage you to read the example in the Files section of bCourses.
Please download and adhere closely to the Individual Motion Brief template has been provided for the brief. There are some guidelines for word limits for each section, but do not use the max for every section. Use 12-point font and do not exceed 750 words. Single spacing is fine. Also, be sure to include author-date style parenthetical in-text citations (Bremmer 2007, 44), and a reference list according to the Chicago Manual of Style: https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide/citation-guide-2.htmlLinks to an external site..
Examples of previous briefs can be in uploaded files.
Do not include your name on the paper or in the file name but do include the word count. This allows me to grade the briefs blindly and more objectively. Late briefs will be penalized one point per 24 hours after deadline.
While team members should closely collaborate, each member is required to do their own research. Debate briefs should not offer the same arguments or cite the same sources. Your brief must cite in the brief a variety of outside sources and include at a minimum:
TWO required readings from that week’s materials. These are the sources that the other students will be reading, so it is important that you read them also.
ONE physical book from UCB libraries, either from a major university press or a major publisher (limited to: HarperCollins, M.E. Sharpe, Palgrave Macmillian, Penguin, Public Affairs/Hachette Book Group, Picador, Routledge, SAGE, Springer, Simon & Schuster, Vintage, Wiley & Sons, and W.W. Norton). Include a smartphone photo of the book on the Works Cited page.
TWO peer-reviewed journal articles from the UCB library website. I strongly suggest using Academic Search Complete, part of EBSCOhost.
TWO articles from major English language newspapers (limited to: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian, BBC, NPR, CNN, Politico, The Atlantic, Politico, The New Yorker, Bloomberg News, Wired, TechCrunch, VOX, Re/code, Forbes, Fortune, Financial Times, VentureBeat, The Economist).
TWO articles from respectable Chinese and/or India news sources available in English (such as: South China Morning Post, Xinhua News, Caixin Global, Caijing (English), Asia Times Online, Times of India, The Hindu, The Indian Express, scroll.in, Taipei Times)
Students must email me for approval for exceptions to this list. If you are in doubt of the validity of a source, please email me.
2) I also need along with this – as said above – 3/4 reasons to support the motion and 2/3 potential points the AGAINST team might potentially bring up and the counterarguments for them.

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American History

Discussion post must be at least two paragraphs (a paragraph is at least 5 sentences)

Write a 2-paragraph discussion of a current event that includes a brief summary of the current event and a discussion of how you think it relates to some aspect of what we are covering this week. The current event cannot be more than two weeks old and must come from a reputable source (newspaper, magazine, news outlet, etc.). Your discussion must include: a brief discussion of the current event, a brief discussion of the aspect of the area of history we are covering that you believe it is relevant to, and a brief explanation of how you believe the current event and the history relate.
Discussion post must be at least two paragraphs (a paragraph is at least 5 sentences)
Briefly discuss the highlights of your current event, what you believe it relates to and how you believe it relates
Provide the details for the Current Event source (Author, title, date, source (link to website, title of newspaper, etc.)
Use at least two sources for this assignment (the current event and the textbook work as your two sources)
Cite your sources using Chicago/Turabian-style citations

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West European Studies

An essay of max 1200 words on the following topic: how does the eu model of government compare to traditional presidential and parliamentary systems?

an essay of max 1200 words on the following topic: How does the EU model of government compare to traditional presidential and parliamentary systems? resources added as an attachemnt

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Ethics

Rather, use this material to develop your own ethical analysis of assigned topics.

Answer just ONE of the following questions in approximately 1,000 words (equivalent to 4 double-spaced, type-written pages).
1. You are at a dinner party and someone says to you, “I believe that abortion is wrong and you believe that abortion is right,” but we don’t disagree because ethics are relative. Provide an argument against this position of ethical relativism.
Provide a well-constructed and reasoned essay to one question in a thoughtful, considered manner. You should not simply take a “position” about how particular ethical issues should be addressed. Rather, you should provide reasons, arguments, and evidence in support of your claims. The more specific and detailed your essay, the better grade you will receive.
Focus on key ideas, competing arguments, and how to address conflicting moral considerations.
Acknowledge and address moral complexity that arises from philosophical frameworks.
Proceed beyond questions and concerns and develop analyses that provide insight into how an individual should address particular topics.
Focus upon specific issues and avoid simply providing an overview of the subject matter and readings.
Do not merely repeat arguments made in assigned course material. Rather, use this material to develop your own ethical analysis of assigned topics.

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Other

Summarize the court ruling and explain the reason for the ruling.

Overview
In the case of Lucy v. Zehmer, Zehmer spent the night drinking with his friend Lucy. During the evening, a piece of paper was signed whereby Zehmer agreed to sell his farm to Lucy. In this assignment, you will review the full case study in your textbook, analyze the contractual elements and ruling, and indicate whether you agree with the ruling.
Prompt
Read the Lucy v. Zehmer case summary in the “Elements of the Offer” section of Chapter 14 in your textbook and analyze the case in relation to contract law.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Identify the contractual element Zehmer contended was missing.
Summarize the court ruling and explain the reason for the ruling.
Agree or disagree with the ruling, and include a rationale to support your ideas.
Summarize a personal experience in which you entered into a contract that you did not think of as a binding contract at the time. Consider which elements of a contract were in place and which were missing.
Guidelines for Submission
Submit your case analysis as a Word document. Write a 1- to 2-paragraph response for each of the 4 rubric criteria. Sources should be cited according to APA style.
Textbook: Dynamic Business Law by Nancy Kubasek 5th edition