Seminole College Human Rights Campaign Essay

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The second paper is intended to build upon the foundation laid in the first.  You are encouraged to explore the same organization, group or leader that you examined in your first paper.  But now the idea is to build upon your past research (you can use the same sources, but this has to be an entirely different paper), but go deeper.  You may do this in one of a number of ways:

a) You could explore the broader issue of intersectionality between different “social movements”, by exploring how your particular organization bridges different interests (political, racial, economic, urban/rural, etc.) in the pursuit of its goals, and “steps outside” the traditional boundaries of the social movement with which it is generally associated.  

For instance, the Black Panthers famously lent support to both the women’s movement and LGBTQ movement (at least rhetorically.) While these were not movements that one traditionally associates with the Panthers, analyzing how the Panthers interacted with women’s rights and LGBTQ groups allows us to gain a deeper perspective on the era that all of these movements/organizations were a part. By finding these connections between social movements we can understand the ways in which movements find common purpose with other movements, and grow stronger as a result.

(Feel free to substitute leader above for organization if you decided to research a particular person in the first paper.)

b) You could analyze a particular campaign that your organization or leader conducted that brought the organization in contact with other social movements, international issues of concern, foreign governments, civil wars, land disputes, etc., that the organization may not have been initially familiar with. Pick an event in which the organization or leader was forced to grow or change in some way. The idea, though, is not to cover the history of the entire organization or leader again, but to focus in on a particular action or episode that the organization or leader was involved in that raised challenges the organization or leader might not have been initially familiar with.

c) Some other method of analysis that narrows the focus you brought to the organization or leader in the first paper.

The goal will be to complicate, in some way, the analysis in your first paper, by examining more deeply the array of organizations, groups, leaders, etc. that interact with, conflict with, and/or inform the topic of your first paper.  We will discuss this process in class following submission and discussion of the first student papers.

Remember: the organizations that you examine need not be non-profit advocacy organizations necessarily, but may also be news organizations affiliated or born from various movements, paramilitary groups, social networking groups, labor unions, etc.

Feminist Philosophy of Science Paper

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Feminist philosophers of science are criticised that their standpoint toward
science is blinded by a lack of objectivity because of their political stance in
support of feminism. Explain the key features of feminist philosophy of science,
ensuring that you also include a comment on the aforementioned critique.

Bureaucracy Discussion

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First, define bureaucracy. Second, post three key ideas that Liane Hornsey gives for HR. Third, what does she say companies are doing wrong and how does Google fight bureaucracy?

Discussion posts should relate the video to the subject matter BY REFERENCING YOUR TEXTBOOK and provide information, opinions or questions about that subject matter . A substantive initial post should be at 200-250 words.  Where its appropriate, please support your assertions with outside sources.

A high-quality Discussion posting should be clear, well-written, and free of typos or sentence fragments.  One good way to help with spelling and grammar is to write your post(s) in Word, Google Docs, or another word processing app and then run a spelling and grammar check before copying and pasting it into Canvas.

CUA Use of Forehead Infrared Body Temperature Detection Paper

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1- Limitations of Forehead Infrared Body Temperature Detection for Fever Screening for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome •Article (PDF Available) in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 25(12):1109-11 January 2005

2. Patel N, Smith CE, Pinchak AC, Hagen JF. Comparison of esophageal, tympanic, and forehead skin temperatures in adult patients. J Clin Anesth 1996;8:462-468.

3. Shann F, Mackenzie A. Comparison of rectal, axillary, and forehead temperatures. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 1996;150:74-78.

4-World Health Organization. Consensus Document on the Epidemiology of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Geneva: World Health Organization; 2003:3

instructions:

these are the references if you can add 2 more related to the topic please, I need you to write a litterer review that contain introduction – body and conclusion all in one page

the title is

Using Hand Infrared Hand Temperature Detection for Fever Screening for Severe Acute Respiratory during screening patients for coronavirus

the Aim of this study : We will be investigating alternative measurement methodology for infrared body thermometry to increase personal space and decrease spreading for outdoor fever screening during the 2020 Coronavirus epidemic. Our results indicate that Infrared hand thermometers or non – contact thermometers are gaining popularity these days because of their advantages You can measure body temperature without bringing the device in contact and too closer to the screener. So, the chances of infection and transferable diseases automatically get reduced.

ECON 106 UC Santa Barbara De Beers Application Articles Paper

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Maximum length- two pages. Graphs, charts, or other visuals are not included in the page count.

Read the two articles. What theories from this quarter best describes what is occuring or has occured? Explain how the theories work and how they can be observed.

https://www.paulzimnisky.com/a-brief-history-of-de…

https://www.businessinsider.com/history-of-de-beer

LWC Communications HubSpots Organizational Behavior Critical Thinking Paper

Question Description

I’m working on a communications exercise and need support to help me learn.

Questions:

1.How does HubSpot’s focus on culture affect employee performance?

2.What concerns would you have regarding giving employees countless flexible benefits such as HubSpot does; for example, a yearly sabbatical?

The Mean Number of Visits to A Restaurant per Week Analysis

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I’m working on a statistics question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

1. A sample of 41 individuals at a shopping mall found that the mean number of visits to a restaurant per week was 2.86 with a standard deviation of 1.55. Find a 99% confidence interval for the mean number of restaurant visits.

Vocational and Domestic Orientated Classes Questions

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In your discussion reading you will learn how Mexicans embraced their own unique American identity. With this video we will watch this manifest itself in the young people (once again) of the Los Angeles community as they push back against stereotypes and forge ahead to fight for their own identities and rights.

Watch this video (approx. 54 minutes) and complete the worksheet below:

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Worksheet for Episode 3: Chicano! Taking back the schools.

1. What issues/complaints did the students have about the schools in East Los Angele? (min. of 2)

2. What politicized the students?

3. How did the push for assimilation influence the students’views of themselves and their parents?

4. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson noted that over half of the Mexican American students had less that ____ (#) years of education.

5. Identify and describe ultimate fate of:

a. Sal Castro:

b. LA 13:

6. The role of the Brown berets:

7. Describe the students’ relationship with the police and FBI.

8. Significance of the walkouts, where they successful? 

Evergreen Valley College Discrimination Discussion and Questions

Question Description

I’m working on a philosophy writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

NOTE!!!! Discrimination (for the purposes of our course) is NOT an ethical theory, it is an ethical issue. The goal of this assignment is to test your ability to apply different ethical theories. 

After briefly summarizing and defining some of the central issues associated with discrimination, answer each of the following questions in three to five sentences:

1. Given what you have read in “What is Wrong with Reverse Discrimination,” compare and contrast the examples of discrimination in the two case studies “Twitter has a Woman Problem” and “Social Network Nextdoor Moves to Block Racial Profiling;” how are they different? How are they similar?

2.How would Marx assess these differences and similarities? How would Nozick?

CSN Decision Making and Problem Solving Paper

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Read Case # 7 in the textbook, page 469 on Ticketmaster – Making Better Decisions, and answer the following questions:

1. Identify the problems that Ticketmaster was facing, using cause and effect analysis. What were the Symptomatic Effects? What were the Underlying Causes?

2. What process(es) did Nathan Hubbard use to Generate Alternatives? What alternatives were available to Mr. Hubbard? What types of Uncertainty did he experience?

3. How did Mr. Hubbard select his most desirable alternative? Describe which type of Decision Making he used, and explain your findings.

4. Were the recent decisions that Mr. Hubbard made effective, according to the concepts in Chapter 7 – Decision Making? Explain your response.