Discussion

Research the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and the Data Encryption Standard (DES) algorithm and write two paragraphs summarizing explaining how it works with examples.12/05/20203informationsystems

Discussion

Based on what you have learned about the root causes of criminal behavior, respond to the following question: Do current criminal justice policies and practices address the root causes of crime? If not, what changes would you recommend? Use one example from the case study you followed in this course to show how a different policy or practice may have changed an outcome in that case.15/05/20205law

Computer Network security

Some common biometric techniques include: Fingerprint recognition Signature dynamics Iris scanning Retina scanning Voice prints Face recognitionSelect one of these biometric techniques and explain the benefits and the vulnerabilities associated with that method in 3-4 paragraphs.Please make sure to include intext citations and two references. No Plagarism.13/05/20203computerscience

3 Discussion 2 research papers

cNeed help below.3 – Discussions1 – Problem Set1 – Research Paper(please follow rubric PFA)- PFA ( Each mentioned separately in each word doc)- attached required material- Discussions need by Wednesday- Problem set question and Research paper by Saturday.Let me know if you have any questions.14/05/202035computerscience

WEEK3FORUMASSIGNMENT

Click on the link below or copy and paste it into your web browserURL address box at the top of your screen and watch the brief interview of Dr. Laurence Steinberg about nature’s versusnurture’s impact on human development.https://bigthink.com/videos/why-some-apples-fall-far-from-the-treeIn this video with accompanying transcript, Dr. Laurence Steinberg, Professor of Psychology at Temple University, explains the latest research findings into the nature versusnurture debate, highlighting the need to break down the false dichotomy between genes and the environment.By Wednesday of this week, for your initial post, share your thoughts on the message from Dr. Steinberg combined with the following based your own knowledge and experience:Think about and compare two people you know.Each one of these two individuals has what you might suspect is a genetic propensity for being a leader.In other words, you have seen evidence that both of these acquaintances of yours were born with leadership ability.However, one of your acquaintances has become a leader and the other has not.What can you identify as the difference, today, between these two personalities? First share why you think both of them have a genetic temperament to be a leader and then why you think one became a leader and the other did not. What main cause do you believe is the reason that one of them is a leader and the other is not? Remember to take into account what Dr. Steinberg told us.Post a minimum of 250 wordsBecause scholarly discussion and related student interaction within a learning community are such essential aspects of online learning, participation is graded and required.Forum post source citation is not required for forum posting in our class.This is because we are engaging in conversation that happens to be in writing form, not composing essays or research papers. You will, however, need to paraphrase (restate in your own words) any words of published authors in parts of your posts that are based on their work. Copying of published material, which is plagiarism, is prohibited and any instances of it, including forum posts, will result in a zero score without an option for re-submission to recoup lost points and a report sent to the Registrar’s Office per University policy.Discussion forum posts will be graded on verbal expression, critical thinking, making an effort to not just participate in but contribute to the dialog with initial and reply posts of a substantive nature commensurate with graduate level studies. Posts must have correct grammatical construction, spelling, and punctuation with no texting or other casual style language.

TheoristPaperandPresentationDirections

The goal of this project is to expand the level of understanding of psychology’s prominent theorists and their contribution to the science.  Here are the directions for your paper/presentation:1. Sandra Bem2. If your theorist is discussed in our textbook, read the material about your theorist in our textbook and then locate 3 additional sources of information about your theorist that are not located within the textbook. Cite them on your reference page in APA format. The reference page will go at the back of your paper.  Use these resources in your project.3. This PPT presentation will include information previously unknown to the professor and colleagues in your class.  Find the most interesting information you can.  Embedding your creativity into a PPT.4. There is a 10-slide minimum for the presentation.5. Individually or with your group members, decide how you will present this theorist.  Using PPT as the format for the project, you are to add in video clips, interviews, pictures, etc. that make the theorist come alive to us.  Include information that most people would not know about the theorist. For example, what motivated them to conduct their particular area of research?  Who were they married to? How did they die?  You many not just simply create a PPT slide presentation. It has to be engaging.6. References need to be on each of your PPT slides.  Follow APA Style.7. You are to be creative when presenting your theorist in this project.  You can use any media that is available as long as it can be inserted into a PPT.  However, you must keep it clean in the classroom.8. This presentation is to be adequately edited before it is submitted for grading.9. You will submit at least a three-page paper.  Your paper will have a title page with each group member’s name on it.  Each group member will submit their group’s paper individually.  Your paper will include a discussion of your theorist’s most prominent psychological theory and why this theory is important.  You will include a section in your paper on how their contributions to this science have made an impact.  This should be no more than two pages.  The next page will be a detailed outline for your project.  Your paper will include a reference page done in APA format with at least three references you and/or your group used for the project.  The paper is to be written in APA format.  Make sure it is edited before submitting the paper.10. Be creative with your PPT presentation.  Find out information the regular psychology student would not know.  MOST OF ALL…HAVE FUN!

Strategic_HRD_Research_Proposal_Instructions1

Strategic HRD Research proposalWrite a 4,000-word paper that includes the following sections:1) Substantive and compelling articulation of the current HRD theory/practice problem, related need for further research, and related Christian worldview implications/drivers.2) Literature Review: Synthesize a review of the most salient literature related to the proposed research need/topic.3) Proposed Research Methodology: Delineate a methodologically and theoretically sound approach for investigating the proposed research need/topic.4) Envisioned HRD Theory/Practice Contribution: Provide a compelling, yet appropriately realistic, articulation of the envisioned impact that the proposed research project output will have on the evolving state of HRD theory/practice.5) Envisioned Impact on God’s World: Provide a compelling, yet appropriately realistic, articulation of the envisioned redemptive impact that the proposed research project output will have on the unfolding nature of God’s world.Required SourcesInclude the following sources in your reference page, and use in-text citations as follows:At least 3 citations from Mello (2015).At least 3 citations from Hardy (1990) and/or Van Duzer (2010).At least 10 citations from related scholarly journals (e.g. Human Resource Development Quarterly, Human Resource Development Review, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management, Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, Christian Scholars Review).At least 3 citations from related trade/practitioner publications (e.g. Harvard Business Review, HR Magazine, T&D Magazine, Business Week, Wall Street Journal).

Strategic_HRD_Research_Proposal_Grading_Rubric

Strategic HRD Research Proposal Grading Rubric Student: A to A- B+ to B- Failing Synthesis of Knowledge (Focus/Thesis) 30% 110–117 Student exhibits a defined and clear understanding of the assignment.Thesis is clearly defined and well constructed to help guide the reader throughout the assignment.Student builds upon the thesis of the assignment with well-documented and exceptional supporting facts, figures, and/or statements. 103–109 Establishes a good comprehension of topic and in the building of the thesis. Student demonstrates an effective presentation of thesis, with most support statements helping to support the key focus of assignment. 0–108 Student exhibits a basic understanding of the intended assignment, but the thesis is not fully supported throughout the assignment.While thesis helps to guide the development of the assignment, the reader may have some difficulty in seeing linkages between thoughts.While student has included a few supporting facts and statements, this has limited the quality of the assignment. Foundation of Knowledge 20% 74–78 Student demonstrates proficient command of the subject matter in the assignment.Assignment shows an impressive level of depth of student’s ability to relate course content to practical examples and applications.Student provides comprehensive analysis of details, facts, and concepts in a logical sequence. 69–73 Student exhibits above-average usage of subject matter in assignment. Student provides above-average ability in relating course content in examples given.Details and facts presented provide an adequate presentation of student’s current level of subject matter knowledge. 0–68 The assignment reveals that the student has a general, fundamental understanding of the course material.Whereas, there are areas of some concerning in the linkages provided between facts and supporting statements.Student generally explains concepts but only meets the minimum requirements in this area. A to A- B+ to B- Failing Application of Knowledge (Critical Thinking Skills) 20% 74–78 Student demonstrates a higher level of critical thinking necessary for graduate-level work.Learner provides a strategic approach in presenting examples of problem solving or critical thinking, while drawing logical conclusions that are not immediately obvious. Student provides well-supported ideas and reflection with a variety of current and/or worldviews in the assignment.Student presents a genuine intellectual development of ideas throughout assignment. 69–73 Student exhibits a good command of critical thinking skills in the presentation of material and supporting statements.Assignment demonstrates the student’s above-average use of relating concepts by using a variety of factors.Overall, student provides adequate conclusions, with 2 or fewer errors. 0–68 Student takes a common, conventional approach in guiding the reader through various linkages and connections presented in assignment. However, student presents a limited perspective on key concepts throughout assignment. Student appears to have problems applying information in a problem-solving manner. Organization of Ideas/Format 10% 37–39 Student thoroughly understands and excels in explaining all major points. An original, unique, and/or imaginative approach to overall ideas, concepts, and findings is presented. Overall format of assignment includes an appropriate introduction (or abstract), well-developed paragraphs, and conclusion. Finished assignment demonstrates student’s ability to plan and organize research in a logical sequence. 34–36 Student explains the majority of points and concepts in the assignment.Learner demonstrates a good skill level in formatting and organizing material in assignment.Student presents an above-average level of preparedness, with few formatting errors. 0–33 Learner applies some points and concepts incorrectly. Student uses a variety of formatting styles, with some inconsistencies throughout the paper.Assignment does not have a continuous pattern of logical sequencing. A to A- B+ to B- Failing Writing Skill 10% 37–39 Student demonstrates an excellent command of grammar as well as presents research in a clear and concise writing style. Presents a thorough, extensive understanding of word usage.Student excels in the selection and development of a well-planned research assignment.Assignment is error-free and reflects student’s ability to prepare graduate-level writing for possible publication in a peer-reviewed (refereed) journal. 34–36 Student provides an effective display of good writing and grammar.Assignment reflects student’s ability to select appropriate word usage and presents an above-average presentation of a given topic or issue. Assignment appears to be well-written with no more than 3 errors.Student provides a good final product that covers the above-minimal requirements. 0–33 Assignment reflects basic writing and grammar, but with more than 6 errors.Key terms and concepts are somewhat vague and not completely explained by student. Student uses a basic vocabulary in assignment. Student’s writing ability is average but demonstrates a basic understanding of the subject matter. Research Skill 10% 37–39 Student provides sophisticated synthesis of complex body of information in the preparation of assignment.Research provided by student contributes significantly to the development of the overall thesis. Student cites at least 19 total sources, including at least 10 citations from related scholarly journals (e.g. Human Resource Development Quarterly, Human Resource Development Review, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management, Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, Christian Scholars Review), at least 3 citations from related trade/practitioner publications (e.g. Harvard Business Review, HR Magazine, T&D Magazine, Business Week, Wall Street Journal), at least 3 citations from the course-specific Hardy text, and at least 3 citations from the Van Duzer supplemental text. 34–36 Student achieves an above-average synthesis of research, but interpretation is narrow in scope and description within assignment.Student cites at least 19 total sources but does not meet all prescribed source category requirements. 0–33 Assignment provides a basic, but borderline, perspective of student’s research abilities. Student cites fewer than 19 total sources and does not meet all prescribed source category requirements.

ResearchPaper75points3

1. Research Paper      75 points (See Grading Rubric Below)The purpose of this assignment is to provide you with an opportunity to move from beyond basic mastery of developmental aspects of behavior to a more advanced integrative knowledge of the ways in which development is a constant interplay of affective, biological, cognitive, social, and other aspects of behaviors. For this paper you are asked to select a topic or issue in developmental psychology that you would like to learn more about. After reviewing a minimum of 12 peer-reviewed journal articles and/or scholarly books, you will write a paper that outlines your topic and explains its relevance to developmental psychology. In your review of the literature make sure that you address two or more aspects of behavior (affective, biological, cognitive, social, etc.) related to your developmental issue. You must also include a discussion of cultural considerations and how aspects of individual and cultural diversity may impact your topic. Your paper should be 10-12 pages long, not including Title Page and References. Below is a sample outline for your paper.I. AbstractII. Introductiona. Provide a brief overview of your topic or issue.b. Explain why you chose this topic and its relevance to human development.III. Review and Integration of the LiteratureIV. Further Directions for Prevention, Treatment, and/or ResearchV. ReferencesResearch Paper Rubric A (67-75 points) B (60-66 points) C (52-59 points) D or below (< 52 points) Integration of The paper Author for the The author has The paper does Knowledge demonstrates that most part a limited not the author fully understands the understanding demonstrate understands and has concepts found of the research. that the author applied concepts in research Struggled to has fully found in research. materials and apply or understood the Research and has applied the integrate the topic. The concepts are concepts concepts and concepts were integrated in studied. Some topics studied. not accurately author’s own words. of the applied or The writer provides conclusions, synthesized. concluding remarks however, are that show insight, not supported analysis, and in the body of synthesis of ideas. the paper. Topic Focus The topic is focused The topic is The topic is too The topic is not narrowly enough for focused but broad for the clearly defined. the scope of the lacks direction. scope of this assignment. A assignment. thesis statement provides direction for the paper. Depth of In-depth discussion In-depth The writer has Cursory Discussion and elaboration in discussion and omitted discussion in all sections of the elaboration in pertinent all sections of paper. most sections content or the paper or of the paper. content runs-on brief excessively. discussion in Quotations only a few from others sections. outweigh the writer’s own ideas excessively. Cohesiveness Ties together For the most Sometimes ties Does not tie information from all part, ties together together sources. Paper together information information. flows from one information from all Paper does not issue to the next from all sources. Paper flow and seems without the need for sources. Paper does not flow. to be created extra headings. Writing demonstrates an understanding of the relationship among material obtained from all sources. flows with only some disjointedness. Writing demonstrates an understanding of the relationship among material obtained from all sources. Writing does not demonstrate an understanding of the relationship among material obtained from sources. from disparate issues. Writing does not demonstrate understanding of any relationships among sources. Spelling & Grammar No spelling or grammar mistakes. Minimal mistakes. Several mistakes. Unacceptable number of mistakes. Sources Twelve or more sources from peer- reviewed journal articles or scholarly books. Sources include both general background sources and specialized sources. Special interest sources and popular literature are acknowledged as such if they are used. All web sites utilized are authoritative. Twelve sources from peer- reviewed journal articles or scholarly books. All websites used are authoritative. Fewer than 12 sources from peer-reviewed journal articles or scholarly books. Websites are credible but not authoritative. Fewer than 12 sources. Sources are not scholarly, credible or current. Citations Cites all data obtained from other sources. APA citation style is used in both text and references. Cites most data obtained from other sources. APA citation style is used. Cites some data obtained from other sources. Citation style is either inconsistent or incorrect. Does not cite sources.

PSYC420EssayTopics

Essay TopicsEssay 1 – Module/Week 2:Topic:EpistemologyDefine epistemology and describe the 3 models of how certain we are that our perceptions mirror reality. Which position do you hold, and why? What are the different methods of knowing (seeEntwistlechapter 5)? What are the limitations of these (or any) methods of knowing? What methods of knowing are appropriate for Christians, and why?Essay 2 – Module/Week 3:Topic:Philosophical AnthropologyDefine philosophical anthropology and compare the psychological and theological understandings of philosophical anthropology. Identify several distinct contributions offered by psychology that are absent (not offered in detail) from Christian theology. Identify several distinct contributions offered by Christian theology that are absent (or not offered in detail) from psychology. Are psychological and theological perspectives on philosophical anthropology ultimately opposed to and irreconcilable with each other, or can they be reconciled? Defend your answer.Essay 3 – Module/Week 4:Topic: Enemies and SpiesChoose 1 of the 2 prompts below on which to comment.1. Entwistle asserts: “those with whom we disagree often have things to teach us… [we must] ask ourselves what is to be learned and appreciated” from those with whom we disagree. Identify at least 3 things that you appreciate/can learn from those who hold the secular combatants’ or Christian combatants’ versions of the Enemies model.2. After reading chapter 9 and watching the Antagonism video, what concerns, if any, do you have about the influence of secular assumptions on the field of psychology? What concerns, if any, do you have about the claims and counsel of the nouthetic counseling movement?Essay 4 – Module/ Week 5:Topic: Colonialism and Neutral PartiesChoose 1 of the 2 prompts below on which to comment.1. The Colonialist model ostensibly recognizes the value of psychology, but it does not typically result in deep engagement with the findings or methods of psychology. How might this be applied to a topic such as eating disorders or depression? What would be some of the advantages and disadvantages of this approach?2. Entwistle distinguishes between scriptural authority and theological interpretation. Do you agree? Why might this distinction be important? Support your view with an example.Essay 5 Module/Week 6:Topic: Allies and Transformational PsychologyChoose 1 of the 2 prompts below on which to comment.1. Entwistle noted that “theological reflection typically focuses more on God’s workings in the world,” while “psychological reflection typically focuses more on the workings of God’s world.” What implications does this have for the relationship between psychology and Christianity?2. Kepler saw astronomers as “priests of Almighty God” who have “the honour of standing guard…at the door of the shrine at whose high altar Copernicus performs divine service.” How might this sentiment apply to all of us who study the book of God’s Works? How can we heed Kepler’s warning to “not consider the glory of our intellects, but the glory of God” in our academic and disciplinary pursuits?

PSY104ChildandAdolescentDevelopmentWk4A

Psychosocial DevelopmentChanda CrewsPSY 104 Child and Adolescent DevelopmentInstructor: Julian AchimDecember 13, 2019Psychosocial DevelopmentAge-appropriate refers to the particular age in which a child goes through as a mode of the development period. Different psychologists have given out different views on the various stages in which a child develops in consideration of specific events, which take place (Cherry, 2018). The first stage outlined by Erikson in his development theory is none other than the hope, which takes place in every child under the age of two years. In this stage, a child has room to evaluate the environment as a way of developing either trust or mistrust. As illustrated by Erikson, the parents are a hope for the child according to how the parents support the child. Some parents do not care for their children through the failure to raise basic needs for that child. As a result, the environment becomes rough for the child a situation that leads to mistrust to that child. Then again, if a parent supports a child, then the environment becomes comfortable for the child, a situation that develops trust to that child. Thus, Erikson states it clear that hope is a crucial stage for a child. Hence, all the caregivers should be in a position to help the child develop trust. Will is the other concept, which supports child development as illustrated by the Erikson’s psychosocial theory on child development. However, in this particular stage, a child starts exploring the surrounding a situation which helps the child in understanding the environment. Therefore, a parent or caregiver should be in a position to provide security for the child as the concept occurs between 2-4 years (Knight, 2017). The motive behind this logic is that in this age, a child cannot differentiate on the things, which can bring harm. Therefore, parents are advised to take control of their children as a way of supporting child development during this critical stage. Then again, in this particular stage, a child starts to express interests in different activities. Like for instance, a child will develop feeding modes without the support of the parent. On the other hand, a child will start playing with different objects as a way of satisfying their needs. Thus, a parent should support the child without distracting them from understanding the environment. Conversely, the purpose is the different concept as illustrated by Erikson in his psychosocial theory. In this case, a child starts doing things with an intention after developing the will concept. Like for instance, a child understands that round objects roll and that objects can fall. Therefore, a child will start dropping objects, and if they fail to achieve the child’s intention, the child develops emotions. The child will end up crying to get the assist of the parent to help in meeting the child’s purpose of dropping an object (Cherry, 2018). On the other hand, a child will develop speaking habits from socializing with the environment and learning that people talk. Thus, all the parents have a big responsibility of supporting their children during this particular stage. As for instance, a parent is advised to play with the child to help the child achieve their purpose in a situation, which allows the child in development. On the other hand, a parent is advised to help the child in speaking through different activities. One of the events is none-other than buying toys, which produce sound to help the child in speaking mode.ReferencesCherry, K. (2018). Erik Erikson’s Stages of Psychosocial Development. Retrieved Juny.Knight, Z. G. (2017). A proposed model of psychodynamic psychotherapy linked to Erik Erikson’s eight stages of psychosocial development. Clinical psychology & psychotherapy.

Option3

Option #3 PsychotherapyWrite 1-2 pages on your thoughts regarding psychotherapy, addressing the following questions therein:What do you think of people who go to psychotherapy? Why do they go? Does therapy work?Your response should include well researched forms of therapy, the purpose, and treatment goals. Your response may include your opinion as well.Learning Objective(s) Targeted:SLO 3: Describe some of the prominent perspectives and approaches used in the study of psychology.SLO 6: Identify factors in physiological and psychological processes involved in human behavior

MGT491SLP1

The following is a list of some of the resources available in the Trident Online Library related to the HR field.Academic ResearchJournal of Applied PsychologyThis journal focuses on the applications of psychology research. This research journal is a good source for learning about the latest developments in cognitive, motivational and behavioral psychology and implications for the workplace. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.Personnel Psychology: A Journal of Applied ResearchThis scholarly journal has practical utility in that it centers on personnel psychology. The articles focus on the latest research on selection and recruitment, training, leadership, rewards, and diversity. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.Academy of Management JournalThis journal focuses on the management side of psychology. The articles are mainly theoretical. This journal would be a good resource for those researchers looking for new managerial theories and methods. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.The Academy of Management ReviewThis journal also focuses on management psychology. It is regarded as a top journal in its field and publishes theoretical and conceptual articles on management and organization theory. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.Professional JournalsHarvard Business ReviewHarvard Business Review is a cornerstone business journal that has practical applications for HR professionals. This is a great resource to find case studies and expert insights on business practices. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.Human Resource Management JournalThis journal has best practices articles for HR professionals in the workplace. It is available (up to 1 year ago) through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.HRMagazineThis magazine is published by the Society for Human Resource Management. The articles are a great resource for HR professionals dealing with the most recent issues in the workplace. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.TD: Talent DevelopmentThe Association for Talent Development publishes this magazine. It is targeted to professionals in the human resource development field. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.Workforce Solutions ReviewThis magazine that focuses on many topics within human resource management. The articles included are written by industry experts and academics. They are targeted to HR professionals in the workplace. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.Adapted from: PennState University Libraries (2017). Retrieved fromhttp://guides.libraries.psu.edu/human-resources/journals.AssignmentSelectthree articles(published within the past five years), each from different peer-reviewed academic journals/magazines. [Utilize the above publications or other peer-reviewed academic journal/magazine publications you find through the Trident Online Library.] Find articles that specifically address the following:o The importance and/or usefulness of HR metrics. What main point(s) about HR metrics does each author make? Do you agree? Why or why not? Provide actual employer best practices (and employer name).In your3-page submission(not counting the cover page or the References page), provide the citation to each peer-reviewed academic journal/magazine article and include the three sources in theReferencessection. Include an appropriateIntroductionandConclusionto your paper.

Psychology

10 pg essay on individualism vs. collectivismUse APA style subheadings, double-spacing, 12-point font, one-inch margins (left, right, top, and bottom), page numbering, and logical flow from topic to topic.Information and/or quotes from other sources should be relevant and thoughtfully placed. Consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, sixth edition, for proper form of citations and references. You may use sources from the Web, your textbook or other books, and scientific journals. Magazines and newspapers are generally not acceptable. For instance, the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology is acceptable, but Psychology Today is not. If you are not sure, ask your instructor.The following criteria will be considered in the evaluation of your paper: Accuracy—Are your stated facts or ideas correct? Clarity—Is your essay clear and easy to follow? You may want to read your essay out loud to yourself. This will help you catch incomplete sentences or lapses in logic. Depth—Are the issues and implications well thought out and explored? Originality—What is your thesis (the main point of your essay)? Have you stated your own views and articulated them well? Use your own words. Do not copy material directly from your text or other sources without quotation marks. If you want to use the author’s exact words, put them in quotation marks and cite the page number from your text or other source material. Don’t forget to express your own opinion. Supporting evidence—Are your ideas supported with empirical evidence? This is a crucial part of any well-written essay. You may support your ideas with theories, previously conducted research, or other information you encounter in the text and other sources (journal articles and so forth). You may also use personal experiences as supporting evidence when appropriate. References—Did you use appropriate references to support the main points of your paper? Be sure you have these references—that is, that you have the articles on hand if you used them, and make sure that your references relate to the point you are making or support your inferences. Form, composition, spelling, and so forth—Is your paper neat and error-free? It helps to run spellcheck before submitting your work and to have a colleague or friend read over your work. APA style10/05/202040psychology

Psychology

Dweck discusses nature versus nurture when she asks whether negotiators, managers and leaders are “born or made.” What are her conclusions and what examples does she provide? Do you agree? Why or why not?10/05/202010psychology

Violence in Media

Violence in MediaCompetencies Addressed in This DiscussionThis discussion addresses the following competencies: Competency 1: Apply theoretical perspectives to motives for criminal behavior. Competency 3: Analyze the relationship between society and criminal behavior. Competency 4: Apply scholarly research findings to topics in criminal psychology.IntroductionThe impact of the media on violence is an area of ongoing debate. This media includes, but is not limited to, video games, movies, and news reporting. The debate focuses on the way media influences or promotes the general acceptance of violent behavior in society, including the focus on long-term psychological effects that violent media may have on the development of children. One group may argue that violence in media needs to be censored while another group may argue that censorship is a means to mask other possible causes of violent behavior.InstructionsUsing the Capella library resources and the Internet, select and read at least two recognized (within the field of psychology or criminal justice) articles to support your position on media violence.In your main post: Analyze the impact of multiple media on violence in society. Examine whether violence in media promotes the normalization of aggression, the desensitization to violence, the committing of violent acts, or a lack of empathy in children and perhaps even adults. Why or why not? List any psychological or social theories that support your position. Discuss how violence in media impacts, involves, and is relevant to the criminal justice system and the determining of dispositions.Discussion ObjectivesThe competencies addressed in this discussion are supported by discussion objectives, as follows: Competency 1: Apply theoretical perspectives to motives for criminal behavior. List any psychological or social theories that support your position. Discuss how violence in media impacts, involves, and is relevant to the criminal justice system and the determining of dispositions. Competency 3: Analyze the relationship between society and criminal behavior. Analyze the impact of multiple media on violence in society. Examine whether violence in media promotes the normalization of aggression, the desensitization to violence, the committing of violent acts, or a lack of empathy in children and perhaps even adults. Why or why not? Competency 4: Apply scholarly research findings to topics in criminal psychology. Select and read at least two recognized (within the field of psychology or criminal justice) articles to support your position on media violence. Response GuidelinesAfter completing your main post, respond to at least two other learners’ posts during the discussion week. Please note that to earn full credit for your discussion, you must participate on two separate days and make a minimum of one post on each of those two days. Comment on themes raised in the posts and pose questions to move the discussion forward.Resources PSYC Discussion Participation Scoring Guide.09/05/202010law

Mental Measures for Juvenile Offenders

Mental Measures for Juvenile OffendersCompetencies Addressed in This AssignmentThis assignment addresses the following competencies: Competency 1: Apply theoretical perspectives to motives for criminal behavior. Competency 2: Analyze the relationship between criminal psychology and criminal law. Competency 3: Analyze the relationship between society and criminal behavior. Competency 4: Apply scholarly research findings to topics in criminal psychology. Competency 5: Explain mental health testing and standards applicable in criminal courts. Competency 6: Communicate effectively in a professional manner.IntroductionDSM-5 is a standard diagnostic tool for psychiatric disorders. It contains three main sections: “DSM-5 Basics,” “Diagnostic Criteria and Codes,” and “Emerging Measures and Models.” The complete DSM archive (I–IV) plus eight reference books and four psychiatric journals are also available in the Capella library. DSM-5 is used by health professionals, social workers, and forensic and legal specialists to diagnose and classify mental disorders, providing concise and explicit criteria.The Mental Measurements Yearbook (MMY) is a comprehensive guide to over 2,000 testing instruments in the areas of psychology, education, business, and leadership. Entries include publisher, test purpose, price, edited reviews, and purchase information, if available. It also contains additional information on reliability (getting the same results each time), validity (testing appropriate things), norming data, and scoring and reporting services. Foreign language versions of MMY are also available.The MMY database is best used for exploration of tests and survey instruments. If you are researching tests for a course assignment, such as this one, the MMY is an excellent research tool.Note: You may review the document Accessing the DSM-5 and the Mental Measurement Yearbook (given in the resources) to understand how to access these resources in the Capella library.InstructionsFor the assignment, create a 9–12-slide PowerPoint presentation for a group of trainee mental health professionals and legal representatives. In your presentation, explain three different measures that might be used to determine an appropriate diagnosis for a juvenile offender. The possible diagnoses are: ADHD. Oppositional defiance. Conduct disorder.You may see overlap in the measures you examine but be sure your rationale addresses why a particular measure supports your choice for the specific disorder. Access the DSM-5 and find the criteria for each one of the disorders. Access the MMY and find a measure that you would use for each of the disorders. Include the following for each measure in your presentation: A brief description of the disorder (based on DSM-5 but in your own words). A description of the measure (based on the MMY but in your own words). Include primary audience, purpose, how the measure is administered, what it measures, and what its strengths and limitations are. A rationale for your choice. Be sure to use one slide to succinctly deliver each of the three main points. Put your notes or explanatory and expanded information for each of the main points using the following option: In a separate Word document. Label each set of notes in the Word document with the number and title of the slide to which the notes refer. Important: Be sure to submit this document also to the assignment area.Be sure you review the Mental Measures for Juvenile Offenders Scoring Guide to ensure that you have met all the criteria for this assignment.Other RequirementsYour assignment should meet the following requirements: Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message. APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines. Length of presentation: 9–12 slides, not including the title slide, the references slide, or the notes slides. References: A minimum of three references. SafeAssign: Use the SafeAssign Draft option to check your writing and ensure that you have paraphrased, quoted, and cited your sources appropriately. Run a SafeAssign report, saving your paper as a draft. Based on your SafeAssign results, make any necessary changes to your paper before submitting your assignment.Provide in-text citations on your slides for the sources, and a reference slide at the end of the presentation.Note: Your instructor may also use the Writing Feedback Tool to provide feedback on your writing. In the tool, click the linked resources for helpful writing information.Resources Mental Measures for Juvenile Offenders Scoring Guide. Accessing the DSM-5 and the Mental Measurements Yearbook. APA Style and Format. Writing Feedback Tool. Database Guide: Mental Measurements Yearbook. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. SafeAssign.09/05/202010law

Annotated Bibliography

This is a reference page! You will need to find 4 journal articles on a topic in psychology and cite the reference with a brief description of the journal article underneath. The references must be academically credible and examine either the theoretical issues or report empirical data following a common theme( i.e examining one psychological phenomenon with relevance to the modern world.) The annotated bibliography should show understanding and thoughtful reflection in a topic that speaks to the mission and objectives of the course.24/04/202025psychology

Essay on HR as a strategic tool

How would you make the case for HR as a strategic, as opposed to administrative, function of an organization? What evidence exists to support this claim from the HR and psychology research?26/04/20202humanresource-management

Psychology

InstructionsAnalyze: Different Research DesignsEvaluation Title: Research DesignFor this first assignment, you will analyze different types of research. To begin, please read and view the following materials: Rice University. (2017). 2.2 Approaches to research (Links to an external site.). in, Psychology. OpenStax. [Electronic version] University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. (2010). 2.2 Psychologists use descriptive, correlational, and experimental research designs to understand behavior (Links to an external site.). In Introduction to Psychology. [Electronic version] Select one research design from columnA and column B. ColumnA = Experimental Design or Correlational Design. ColumnB = Case Study, Naturalistic Observation, Survey, or Longitudinal/Cross-Sectional1. Design Describe the design.2. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the design.3. Give an example of a study completed using this design.This information is all available in the Unit 1 Learning Content. There are also resources available online to further your understanding. Your assignment should be typed into a Word or other word processing document, formatted in APA style. The assignment must include:Running headA title page with the Assignment nameYour nameProfessor’s nameCourse09/05/202010psychology

12 Page assignment

Assignment: Replication, Generalization, and External ValidityIn the Discussion for this week, you addressed one of the threats to the internal validity of a study, that is, confounding variables. This Application Assignment will challenge you to consider possible threats to external validity. Generalization is the extent to which relations among variables in research studies can be demonstrated among a wide variety of people and across different settings. When the results of a research study are generalizable to additional populations and settings, the study demonstrates external validity. However, if a research study is only valid for the particular sample used in the study, then it is not very helpful to the study of psychology.In the example provided in the Discussion introduction, two online student groups used different study strategies. Now imagine a human resource (HR) manager at a corporation, struggling with the concept of reading comprehension among employees in the workplace setting, wanted to try the new study strategy that the online course instructor had researched. Assume that the online college course instructor had resolved possible issues relating to internal validity and found that the new study strategy was effective at improving reading comprehension. The HR manager presumes that the results of the study with online college students will generalize to her training course at work. However, the replication of the study revealed that, although the new strategy was found to work well for online students, the results did not generalize to the training course in the work setting. Therefore, the original study lacks external validity.Replications of studies, such as the one in this example, are essential to demonstrate generalization and external validity. This week, you will learn about four types of replication procedures, and you will develop original examples of each procedure with the goal of demonstrating generalization and external validity.To prepare: Review Chapter 13 from the course text.The Assignment (1–2 pages): Explain the four different types of replications and the purpose of each. Include for each type of replication a brief original psychological study example (i.e., make up your own) that is different for each type of replication (i.e., do not build on the same example). Plan to devote a short paragraph for each. Briefly explain how replications relate to the concepts of generalization and external validity.Note: Support the responses within your assignment with evidence from the assigned Learning Resources. Provide a reference list for resources you used for this Assignment.10/05/20207psychology

Education Assignment Need This Done Thursday May 7 2020 By 12pm PACIFIC TIME ZONE

APA FORMAT & NO WORK CITED PAGEEDUCATION ASSIGNMENTRESPONSE MUST BE EXACTLY 150 WORDS!!Use the files and the link below to answer the ending question.In this unit, I have asked you to investigate learning styles and how we might use them in a classroom. I have asked you to consider how we learn, which I believe is key to understanding how we teach. Finally I have asked you to watch several videos from Mooney. His unique specialty is the way in which we label special needs children, and what are some of the implications for the classroom. These are three separate, yet very connected aspects of what it means to be an effective teacher. In your own words, summarize what you think you have learned from this unit?Article: The Teaching- Learning process: A Discussion of Models. (Link Below) http://www.edpsycinteractive.org/papers/modeltch.htmlRESPONSE MUST BE EXACTLY 150 WORDS!!TeachingtothelearningStylesofMulti-modallearners..docSoyouthinkyouareAuditoryorVisualLearner.doc68-CharacteristicsofConstructivistLearningTeach.mhtPosted: 3 hours agoDue: 07/05/2020Budget: $2Tags: education englishAnswers 0Bids 61WORDPOWERProf. Eliud PetersonEARNESTWRITERhassan0906Miss Brigitmichael smithjuliusmu33Rosie SeptemberWIZARD_KIMbennetsandovaRanchoddas Chanchad PhDRELIABLE PAPERSBrainy BrianElprofessoriSasha SpencerPaula HogClytemnestraMiss AlabamaAmerican TutorCatherine Owensbrilliant answersProf.MacQueenTiny ChrisTutor Cyrus KenRanju LewisToniskyProf James KelvinEssay-tutorSaburBSuper ProffansRohankim woodsRey writerPhd christinePROF_TOMMYProfRubbsProf. BierceAbdullah AnwarBill_WilliamsJudithTutorSaad Fahimsmart-tutorfirstclass tutorJOHN JUNIOR001JaqueSenior Advanced WriterJen Tech1A-Grade WriterMiss_Aqsashujatmagz64Harris KhanAshley Ellie suniyaziaTutor-paulaHawks EyeGuarantee PassMadam JosephineEssayguru555Creative Geek Sir.JeffOther questions 101 PAGE PAPERFor this assignment, explore the Social Psychology Network websiteThe Bill of Rights was intended to protect certain fundamental rights for all citizensQuestion 3. reportATPN W1A2 DiscussionUse the Internet to research the architectures that other government organizations and intelligence agencies use for email privacy, if any. legal essayBenefits of Raffle Ticket SalesYou receive a document (linked below) by certified mail. After reading the document, prepare a response that summarizes the approach you would take to the citations and penalties that have been proposed.Not ratedEducation Assignment Need This Done Thursday May 7, 2020 By 12pm PACIFIC TIME ZON…Not ratedEducation Assignment Need This Done Thursday May 7, 2020 By 12pm PACIFIC TIME ZONE…07/05/20202education

Juvenile Psychology

Answer the following questions with 350 words or more.Review the Juvenile Justice System Structure & Process case flow diagram on the U.S. Department of Justice website, located at http://www.ojjdp.gov/ojstatbb/structure_process/case.html. Which aspect of thissystem ofthis system do you find to be the most significant in working with juveniles? Remember to keep in mind early intervention,and the purpose of the system.Research the juvenile system in Virginia, USA–what do methods do they use torehabilitate orintervene with the youth.Can you support its effectiveness?17/05/202015law

Implementation and Measurement of Outcomes With Beefsteak Case Study [WLOs 2 3 4] [CLOs 1 2 3]

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, Read Chapter 16 in Applied Psychology in Talent Management.This week’s topic has been the considerations and design of training and development programs. Draw upon your reflections of the readings and discussion this week as you apply the Beefsteak Case Study to this assignment.For this assignment, you will assess methods of training and development such as presentation, hands-on, group building, or technology-based training program for the managers of Beefsteak. You will need to determine how Beefsteak, with its quick growth, will train managers as the company continues to expand. Include the essential elements for measuring training outcomes from Chapter 16 of the course textbook. Identify the key principles of instructional design to encourage learner participation. Distinguish between the outcomes of statistically significant effects from practically efficient effects and provide your rationale supported by the course materials and additional research.In your paper, Evaluate various methods of training and development outcomes. Assess the methods of training and development. Discuss the essential elements for measuring training outcomes. Identify the key principles of instructional design to encourage learner participation. Assess the outcomes of training, distinguishing between the outcomes of statistically significant effects from practically efficient effects.The Implementation and Measurement of Outcomes With Beefsteak Case Study paper, Must be three to five double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center’s APA Style(Links to an external site.) resource. Must include a separate title page with the following: Title of paper Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted For further assistance with the formatting and the title page, refer to APA Formatting for Word 2013(Links to an external site.). Must utilize academic voice. See the Academic Voice(Links to an external site.) resource for additional guidance. Must include an introduction and conclusion paragraph. Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper. For assistance on writing Introductions & Conclusions(Links to an external site.) as well as Writing a Thesis Statement(Links to an external site.), refer to the Ashford Writing Center resources. Must use at least two credible sources in addition to the course text. The Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources(Links to an external site.) table offers additional guidance on appropriate source types. If you have questions about whether a specific source is appropriate for this assignment, please contact your instructor. Your instructor has the final say about the appropriateness of a specific source for a particular assignment. Must document any information used from sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center’s Citing Within Your Paper(Links to an external site.) guide. Avoid over-dependence on direct quotes. Direct quotes are a great way to strengthen our assertions and provide support. However, be sure to avoid using excessive direct quotes in lieu of original thought. Direct quotes will not meet the requirement for analysis, application, and critical thinking. Please ensure to not overuse direct quotes so that you can avoid losing points for this. Review the Integrating Research(Links to an external site.) resource from the Ashford Writing Center for additional guidance. Must include a separate reference page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. See the Formatting Your References List(Links to an external site.) resource in the Ashford Writing Center for specifications.17/05/202018businessfinance

Psych

1. Come up with a research topic and provide your reasoning for choosing such topic. (e.g., Clinical psychology)2. Choose a population and a sample for your study.a. (e.g., CSUSB students) (e.g., 100 students from psychology department)3. Choose two ideas that you want to test (variables that you want to study).a. e.g., Mindfulnessb. e.g., Depression4. Provide a clear operationalized definition of the variables.a. e.g., Mindfulness: deliberately paying attention to thoughts and feelings with curiosity.b. e.g., Depression: persistent sadness about life due to lack of energy and interest5. How do you plan to quantify or measure those variables? Develop at least 5 questions for each variable (total 10 questions) and choose a Likert scale for each question.a. e.g., I am aware about my surroundings. (Mindfulness)Likert scale: 1 = Not true at all – 7 = Always true.b. e.g., I like to interact with people. (Depressione.g., Likert scale: 1 = Not true at all – 7 = Always true.6. How do you warrant that your measurement has strong reliability and validity? Provide a brief description of reliability and validity.7. Which one is the independent variable and the dependent variable? How do you identify these two types of variables?8. Formulate a clear, testable hypothesis.a. “People with higher level of mindfulness are less likely to experience depressive symptoms.”9. What else can affect the outcome of your prediction? Discuss briefly what are some confounding variables and possible biases.10. Is your study correlational or causational? What makes a study correlational or causational? Provide a brief explanation for each type.a. If your study design is correlational study, how do you determine if it positive or negative correlation?b. If your study design is causational, what are some qualities that is required to make a causational (true experiment) study?16/05/202010psychology

Db

I forgot to add Part 2.)Part 1:Chapter one of the course textbook discusses what makes the human service field distinct from other fields, such as social work and counseling psychology. For the first part of your thread, discuss why the human service field is a much needed profession and share one or two possible careers that you might be interested in pursuing. Remember that the Human Service degree is designed to prepare individuals with the necessary skills to participate in agency related activities (community care, court, agency, etc.) and does not fulfill licensure requirements. Students planning to apply for state licensureshould contact their academic advisor for information on degree programs designed to fulfill state licensurerequirements.Part 2: Based on your study of the course materials this module/week, what do you consider the most important historical event in the history of the human services profession? Why? While you are sharing opinion here, you must demonstrate informed opinion by supporting your points with references to the course textbook.16/05/202010education

“PSY4207Week 3 Assignment Gestalt&#x27

s Contributions to Learning Theory”Prepare a PowerPoint presentation suitable for presentation to a high school psychology class in which you explain and illustrate the Gestalt principles of perception. Be sure to note the following points: Who were the key scientists who discovered the Gestalt principles of perception? What was their historical background? What are the key Gestalt principles of perception? How did the discovery of these principles fundamentally change views on human learning and perception?Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as “speaker notes” for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists.Support your presentation with at least 2 scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included.Length: 8-10 slides (with a separate reference slide)Notes Length: 50-100 words for each slide16/05/202025psychology

Psychology

Please watch the podcast below and write a reflection report of 2-3 pages. Use the question below to help you write this reflection journal.3th PodcastTopic: The rise of Anti-Vaxxershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SM_IwaeifSwWhat is the central claim/argument of the podcast? What are the key concepts, principal purpose? What is the podcast trying to teach? Do you agree or disagree with the message? Why, Why not? What are your emotions/feelings relating to this podcast? Do you think is ethical or unethical? What impact does it seek to achieve upon its audience? Would you describe the major issues and stories as essential important? Why? Why not? To what extent did the podcast leave you with a sense of involvement, hope, excitement, indifference, despair, or maybe with a mixture of such feeling? Why? What essential areas, topics, and perspectives are missing in this podcast (if any), Why? Did the poscast tell “the truth”? Does the podcast demonstrate clearly-biased or unbiased perspective?17/05/202020education

Asap asap psychology

1. Topic —- Adaptive Behavior Assessment System – Third Edition (ABAS-III)2. The paper must cover the following: An Overview Psychometric Properties (i.e., reliability, validity, and population) Theoretical Foundation/Framework Format & Administration (i.e., Indexes/Composites, Subtests) Scores Interpretations & Implication Strengths & Weaknesses3. The final draft must be typed in Times New Roman font, 12 pts., single spaced, page numbered, and a layout in adherence with APA style format.The cover and reference pages will not count toward the total minimum requirement of 3 pages for this project.4. The term paper is due April 28th, 2020.Posted: 7 hours agoDue: 30/04/2020Budget: $40Tags: urgent asapAnswers 0Bids 101Dr.ManahilGrace GradesGuru OliviaDr. Michelle_KMQuality AssignmentsMusyokionesQuickly answer Doctor_EdwardGreat-WritersEARNESTWRITERAmanda SmithDr. AmeerahMoen ZafarProfRubbsBrainy Brianabdul_rehman_Homework ProDr Willymartinsnadia tutorRanchoddas Chanchad PhDquality work for allPROF_TOMMYjuliusmu33Michelle OwensUNDISPUTED GEEKAsad UllahEmily Michaelwizard kimANN HARRISPaula HogElprofessoriPROF washington watsonJessica LuisEmily ClareWIZARD_KIMMegan TillmanCatherine OwensDr shamille Clarabrilliant answersWendy LewiskatetutorStano 001Prof.MacQueenUltimate GEEKansRohanprof avrilimhmd.fTutor Cyrus KenAgher EditorDexterMastersmichael smithzymonropAmerican TutorAll Works solverRey writerprofessor mitchperfectoRELIABLE PAPERSSaburBkim woodsYhtomitCotton CandyUrgent TutorNursing_MissKATHERINE BECKSTalentedtutorAngelina MayCasey CeliaPhd isaac newtonChrisProfwork solutionsDrNicNgaoRESPECT WRITERAbdullah Anwarphyllis youngSenior Advanced Writerseniorwriterfirstclass tutorPhd christineAshley Ellie Saad Fahimfastestwriter1Bridget YoungSasha SpencerBentaylormadam-professorJen Tech1Tiny ChrisPROFJUMAAAJenny BoomDr. ElahiHarris KhanGuruWriter24Miss_AqsasuniyaziaTutor-paulaElaine CarterMadam JosephineCreative Geek Hawks EyeProf Nato(PhD)Other questions 103 page helpBUSINESS MANAGEMENT: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOREconomicsPsych 650 Research-Based Interventions on Mood Disorders – Week 2 ACC 561 WileyPLUS Assignment: Week 2 Practice QuizACC 423 Final Exam1 paragraphhow can sleep disorders and tic disorders be conceptualized in a dimensional manner?M4A1 Cultural DiversityAssignment 2Not ratedAdaptive Behavior Assessment System – Third Edition (ABAS-III)1. Please consult the PDF file “Term Paper Assignment” to find out whichtopic was assigned to you.2. The paper must cover the following: An Overview Psychometric Properties (i.e., …30/04/202040psychology

Psychology

Q1. To what extent do you think is it necessary for the leader of a multicultural team to befamiliar and accustomed with the culture of each member of the team ?Q2. To what extent do you consider that Transcultural competence is crucial whenmanaging and leading a multicultural and diversified team. Are we born with or we canacquire this competence. Discuss.27/05/202020socialscience

Drafting Text

Provide necessary context in the introduction to transition the reader into the thesis. Include support literature that effectively leads into your topic argument. Articulate a thesis that describes a gap or niche in the literature that your argument can fill. Support the main points of the paper with evidence. Completely present your paper’s argument so your peer reviewer can give you useful feedback on your draft.Based on 3 articles:1. Bandura, A., & Jourden F. (1991). “Self-regulatory mechanisms governing the impact ofsocial comparison on complex decision making.” Journal of Personality and SocialPsychology 60(6), (1991): 941-51.2. Esteban-Guitart, M. (2018). The biosocial foundation of the early Vygotsky: Educational psychology before the zone of proximal development.History of Psychology. https://doi-org.library.capella.edu/10.1037/hop00000923. Hilpert, J. C., & Marchand, G. C. (2018). Complex systems research in educational psychology: Aligning theory and method.Educational Psychologist,53(3), 185–202. https://doi-org.library.capella.edu/10.1080/00461520.2018.146941116/05/20203psychology

Social pyschology

SECTION AQuestion 1: (Compulsory – Answer both Parts A and B)a) Compare and contrast two major theories of how the self is formed by socialinteractionif you want answer this question (1a) you first define self, talkp around the self , put self into yourself ,awareness of the self .fake impostor , the purpose of the self and the important of concept.Now go into social identity –with the founded by Heiry Tafen 1960 and John Turner 1970Talk about where originate from BritainTalk about the theory of the group example predujuice, discrimation, sterotype, Norm, comprise, conformity, group decision make and diversity.With social psychology was predicted individual metal theory difference behavior and social identity theory from individual interpersonal behavior.How people represent themselves? Personal social identity, people have difference way to consider.Strategies people use.Limitation of the strengthHow is relevant to social care worker? That is structure to answer 1a question,Citation need page numberb) Explore the ways in which people try to portray themselves to others in terms of an idealized self. You should discuss the typical strengths and limitations of each approach.NotedWord count is 1200 citation and reference for the answer five references requiredThanksTotal: 40 marksSECTION BYou must attempt any two of the following three questions.Question 2:a) Outline three defining features of attitudes.(10 marks)b)Discuss three reasons why a person’s self-reported attitudes sometimes contradict their behavior. You should refer to relevant theory and research in your answer.(20 marks)Total: 30 marksQuestion 3:a) Discuss two social processes that lead to social conformity. Refer to relevant theory and research in your answer. (20 marks)Outline two strategies for reducing unhelpful compliance as part of your social care work practice.(10 marks)Total: 30 marksQuestion 4:Explore three strategies for reducing prejudice and/or discrimination within your social care work practice. You should refer to relevant theory and research in your answer.NotedIf you any answer any two question section B the word count for each one is 600each and reference required as well14/05/202015socialscience

Psychology qe DUE 5 13 2020

1) A client comes to you for a session to discuss his or her drinking problem. List four to five examples of things you might do to ensure his or her privacy is protected (Hint: Think HIPAA and FERPA).2) Discuss motivational interviewing and the four stages of change. Describe each stage and give an example of what a client might experience and/or how he or she might react while in each stage. How might a therapist support the client during each stage?3) Compare and contrast two to three of the treatment strategies and/or communities. (Downloads Treatment.Strategies 1-5)4) Describe a scenario using the six steps of FRAMES. Describe how each step applies to the client you are mentioning. The individual can be real or imaginary, but please do not use actual names.5) Give three to four examples of ambivalence in a client who is trying to quit drinking, smoking, or another addiction. What behaviors might the client display? What strategies can the therapist use to help deal with the ambivalence? 14/05/20208psychology

Psychology Q5 DUE 5 13 2020

1) Would legalizing drugs lower crime rates, in your opinion? Why or why not?2) You have been given grant money to establish a drug-free program for troubled youth in your community. What are some activities and/or tactics your program would provide for this population? What would be the age group? How long could individuals remain in your program?3) In your opinion, what would be the biggest obstacle in helping a client overcome addiction? Why?4) In your opinion, what are some steps your community and/or state could take in reducing substance abuse?5) What is the most significant thing you have learned in this course? Has the course changed or enhanced your views toward addiction? Explain.13/05/20208psychology

Psychology Q4

1) Is spirituality important when it comes to dealing with addictions? Why or why not?2) What advice would you offer to a client who had a slip and now views him/herself as a failure?3) Pick two to three points from the 12-Steps and describe what they mean to you.4) Pick two to three points from the 12 Traditions and describe what they mean to you.5) Give 2 to 3 examples of coping methods you would offer to a client who isrecovering from an addiction—but is now trying to deal with stress.13/05/20208psychology

Psychology Q1 DUE 5 13 2020

In your opinion, what are some reasons people tend to abuse drugs?2) Is it possible to have an addictive personality? Explain your answer.3) Should alcoholism and other forms of drug abuse be considered untreatable disease(s)? Why or why not?4) Of the models listed (moral model, Psych model, Disease model) which model of addiction do you support and/or find interesting? Why?5) What do you hope to take with you from this course? What strategies might you use to ensure your success?13/05/20208psychology

Psychology

Evaluation Title: SensesFirst,choose your favorite sense (vision, hearing, touch, taste, smell). Write a one page double-spaced, 12 point font paper answering the following questions: What are the parts of this sensory system (example: smell has olfactory bulbs; vision includes the retina and rods and cones)? What is the absolute threshold for the sense you chose? Why did you choose this sense? Bonus – discuss transduction.Second, download and complete the attached worksheet.The paper for this assignment should be typed into a Word or other word processing document, formatted in APA style.The assignments must include: Running head A title page with Assignment name Your name Professor’s name CourseYou will submit two documents for this assignment: the paper and the completed worksheet.Estimated time to complete: 3 hours15/05/202010psychology

Please follow directions and find the book online to read the appropriate chapter to read

Week 1 – Health Economics ExerciseRead over chapter 19 and discuss how health economics can affect health psychology in a one page paper.Hanoch, Y. & Rice, T. (2010). Health Psychology Meets Health Economics. In Suls, J. M., Davidson, K. W. and Kaplan, R. M. (Eds.)Handbook of Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine(pp. 290-302). Guilford.15/05/202010psychology

To Prepare For This Assignment Consider The Characteristics Of Leaders Described In Your Learning Resources

To prepare for this Discussion:Review this week’s Learning Resources related to leadership and emotional intelligence.Select and take one of the emotional intelligence (EI) assessments in your resources to determine your emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) related to your future career in healthcare management.Complete the Emotional Intelligence Assessment Template in your Learning Resources. (Note: Print and keep this completed template handy; you will revisit your results in Week 6.)Write a 1- to 2-page paper that identifies the following:Posted: 4 hours agoDue: 23/04/2020Budget: $6Answers 1Amazon Research (Not rated)0.5 (1)Chatan hour agoPurchase the answer to view itAnswerDocument.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $5Bids 74MusyokionesEARNESTWRITERmichael smithuniversity workhassan0906Rosie SeptemberWIZARD_KIMjuliusmu33ElprofessoriPaula HogProf BerryRESPECT WRITERprof avrilBrooklyn Milan Brainy BrianStano 001Catherine Owensbrilliant answersProf.MacQueenperfectoDexterMastersPROF. ANNWendy LewisHomework ProUltimate GEEKTiny ChrisAcademic Mentorprofessor mitchEssay-tutorJenny BoomDr WillymartinsSuper ProffNursing_MissansRohanTutor Cyrus KenChrisProfkim woodsRey writerkatetutorCasey CeliaUNDISPUTED GEEKPROF washington watsonMiss ProfessorDr Candice_2547MehathiMichelle OwensJane the tutorSaad Fahimsmart-tutorDr shamille ClaraJessica LuisTerry RobertsMary Warnock PhDCotton CandyAbdullah Anwarfirstclass tutorMiss Emily Bluntphyllis youngDrNicNgaoA-Grade WriterPROFJUMAAAHarris KhanMiss Lily J.Peter DianeAgher EditorsuniyaziageraldwaitaAllan-kingsTutor-paulaHomeworkNerd2Expert_ChristineTeacher MaddisonTop Notch Answerkatty_julietOther questions 10MAPPING DB 4SEC315 wk9 (For Phyllis Young)APPLICATIONS OF MARKETING ELEMENTSDQ that is DUE TONIGHT 03/05/17 @ 23:59F-9Catherine Owens only Week 10 Discussion 1 Myths About Drug Abuse Week 7 Discussion 1 Stress at Work Assessment ToolsContract Requirements and Risks Project Management Not ratedTo Prepare For This Discussion: Review This Week's Learning Resources Related To Leadership And Emotional Intelligence. Select And Take One Of The EmotionalTo prepare for this Discussion:Review this week’s Learning Resources related to leadership and emotional intelligence.Select and take one of the emotional intelligence (EI) assessments in your …Not ratedTo prepare for this Discussion: Review this week's Learning Resources related to leadership and emotional intelligence. Select and take one of the emotional To prepare for this Discussion: Review this week’s Learning Resources related to leadership and emotional intelligence. Select and take one of the emotional intelligence (EI) assessments in your …Not ratedTo prepare for this Assignment: Consider the characteristics of leaders described in your Learning Resources.To prepare for this Discussion:Review this week’s Learning Resources related to leadership and emotional intelligence.Select and take one of the emotional intelligence (EI) assessments in your …Blog ArchiveCopyright © 2019 HomeworkMarket.com Read MoreApplied SciencesArchitecture and DesignBiologyBusiness & FinanceChemistryComputer ScienceGeographyGeologyEducationEngineeringEnglishEnvironmental scienceSpanishGovernmentHistoryHuman Resource ManagementInformation SystemsLawLiteratureMathematicsNursingPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyReadingScienceSocial Science window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:4,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“15067357”:{“body”:”Contract Requirements and Risks Project Management PART 1�Create a risk template by listing the risks that you think are appropriate for ADC.�You may need to make assumptions about the …”,”id”:15067357,”title”:”Contract Requirements and Risks Project Management “,”isTutorial”:false,”isEssay”:false,”due”:”2017-03-06T21:00:00.000Z”,”budget”:20,”fieldOfStudyId”:6700,”userId”:487477,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2017-03-04T23:59:21.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:6700,”name”:”Business Finance – Management”,”anchor”:”Management”,”fieldOfStudyId”:900,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886227,”path”:”/fields/business-finance-management”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:1465454,”path”:”/content/contract-requirements-and-risks-project-management”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”}},”15071383″:{“body”:””,”id”:15071383,”title”:”Assessment Tools”,”isTutorial”:true,”isEssay”:true,”due”:”2017-03-06T11:59:00.000Z”,”budget”:15,”fieldOfStudyId”:6900,”userId”:658989,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2017-03-05T08:58:53.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:6900,”name”:”Nursing”,”anchor”:”Nursing”,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886229,”path”:”/fields/nursing”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:1465750,”path”:”/content/assessment-tools-15071383-2″,”sitemap”:false,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”},”rating”:{“id”:1144465,”grade”:100,”num”:2,”createdAt”:”2018-03-18T08:20:56.000Z”}},”15071607″:{“body”:”Stress at WorkPlease respond to the following:*From the e-Activity, illustrate the effectiveness of one or two (1 or 2) of yourownmeasures of managing stress. 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Do you think there is validity to this article. There is no right answer, this is totally your opinion. I hope you find it is an interesting …23/04/20206education

“Understanding of psychology&#x27

s use in assisting the law with clinical forensic cases”Each question needs to be answered in its entirety minimum of two paragraphs All answers should be presented as an original work of the student and represent college-level writing. All essay answers will be run through Safe Assign to check for plagiarism.Question 1Frame Forensic Psychology in the context of criminal justice.Question 2Compare Christian Worldview constructs to Forensic Psychology.Question 3Show the importance of Forensic Psychology in criminal investigations.Question 4Analyze the use of Forensic Psychology in the legal system.14/04/202010psychology

DeFronzo research study

Using the DeFronzo research study, break down the study into its corresponding research components. Answer each the following six questions below based on each separate research component. You answers should be 200-350 words each. Cite your work using APA as needed. Provide your full source references at the end of worksheet.Placed the worksheet and study in documents belowWorksheet_Template.docxJamesDeFronzoWelfareandBurglary.pdfPosted: 2 years agoDue: 25/11/2017Budget: $25Answers 1Rey writer4.8 (318)4.7 (10k )Chat2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itorder_74173_179832.docTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $25Bids 51seniorwriterDr shamille ClaraDr JamesAndrewsMBA_SOLUTIONFrederick JohnstoneDoctor OwensDr Albert WilliamsTalented WriterMath_Artphyllis youngkatetutorProf Timely HelpWendy LewisEssays GuruUltimate ProffEssays GuruUltimate ProffTalentedtutorBusiness WriterJohnguy KagiriRey writerCallie ThorneEpic Writer PhdtritechANN HARRISYhtomitTop-PerformerKATHERINE BECKSQuality_findonProf. Eliud PetersonWhite Pinesdensa89perfectoProf. Moses GeekBestKimwoodsJohn MureithiAshliey Writerkim woodsPERFECT GENIUSbrilliant answersAllRoundBest TutorPhd isaac newtonsuraya_PhDDoctor ChelahMelissa OwensProf Geofrey PerfectMiss ProfessorAll Works solverTutor shadrackDrPetersonGuru ProfOther questions 10Uploading a PictureAs electrons are added to the s and p sublevels in the same electron shell (level), they are pulled closer…three questions each need 250 words due 12hrsACC 303/ACC303 WEEK 11 FINAL EXAM US border patrol BA 421 Dealing with Disrespectful PeopleAccountingDo you believe there is a God? Maggie Moylan Motorcycle Corp. uses kanbans to support its transmission assembly lineSocial Psychology IP2Rated 1 timespaperUsing the DeFronzo research study, break down the study into its corresponding research components using the Assignment Worksheet template. Answer the following questions with 200-350 word responses …Rated 1 timesDissection of a Research Study (Read Carefully)Using the DeFronzo research study, break down the study into its corresponding research components using the Assignment Worksheet template. Answer each the following six questions below based …Not ratedCJ490: Unit 10Please see the attached documents for my unit ten’s assignment. Thank you.Not ratedResearch Work SheetAnswer the following questions with 200-350 word responses based on each separate research component.Please use the attached document to answer each question.The article is also attached.25/11/201725law

Week 13 Sustainable Energy Projects

Week 13 – Sustainable Energy ProjectsResearch and develop a MS Word document of at least 2000words that:1)Discusses a renewable/sustainable energy project in the U.S.2) The paper must include the background/history of the project. Who are the champions of the project? Who are the beneficiaries of the project? Is there an economical impact? Your opinion of the sustainability of the project.3) State whether you are for or against the the effort and why.4) Write a one or two paragraph conclusion stating what would you say to a decision maker to persuade them.Any safe assign match above 40% will receive a reduction in grade. Any late submission will be awarded a zero.Posted: 23 minutes agoDue: 04/04/2020Budget: $35Tags: tomorrowurgent Answers 0Bids 107FortifiedsochienGuru OliviaDr. Michelle_KMMadem_JenniferMichelle GoodManDiscount AssignceterisDr_BiyaDiscount AnsCreative InstructorTeacher TrumahnAmanda SmithMiss DeannaGuruu MathnicohwilliamnyanyaMusyokionesMath GuruuRosie SeptemberKATHERINE BECKSDr. AmeerahSasha SpencerGreat-WritersPROF_TOMMYEssay-tutorMalik Tutorhassan0906WIZARD_KIMbennetsandovaHomework Prowizard kimDexterMastersRanchoddas Chanchad PhDRewrick PatandRESPECT WRITERsuraya_PhDProCastrol01Atta ur RehmanDr shamille ClaraDr WillymartinsMathStat GeniusBrilliant GeekPROF. ANNrunge-kutta acerBrainy BrianPaula HogAgher Editorquality work for allProf Bila ShakaCatherine OwensProf. Massarraprofessor mitchbrilliant answersPhd christineProf. Kaylinlopezprof avrilProf. ClariseProff MalihaTutorJoeKimDr Candice_2547Urgent TutorNext Level TutorDrNicNgaoAngelina MayMiss Professorjuliusmu33EXCELLENT GRADESMEERAB NAEEMWendy LewisMadam_AssignmentANN HARRISRihAN_MendozambithehDr R Judy MarkProf.MacQueenmadam-professorseniorwriterkim woodsRey writerAmerican TutorperfectoProf_Marcos A.Tutor Cyrus KenJudithTutorA-Grade WriterSophia MilesTerry Robertsmagz64Brooklyn Milan katetutorProff work phd Dr. Rocalphyllis youngprofwachgracewriters cartelMiss Emily BluntshujatElprofessoriMajesticMaestroMiss Lily J.Dr.Glaody01MasterProfPhDAmelia IrisTop Notch AnswerLewis PowellJessicaDoll007Other questions 10Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, Ch. 2Global Supply Chain MgmtPhyllis Young Any experts in Matlab?I need someone to paraphrase the Word document in the attachment and make it appropriate for a new mobile application instead of a new product.ACC 303: Assignment 1: Exxon versus ChevronWhat were the “Two Americas” at nixon's inaugurationSTR 581 Final Exam Capstone Part 2 Week 4 Complete A Answer LASA 2—Human Resource Management Writing Assignment and Presentation201.004 ETHICS CASE SPRING 2015       FACTS: THE Decision Sciences Institute, Inc. sent email ballots to its members for their use…Not ratedresearch paper on renewable/sustainable energy project in the U.SResearch and develop an MS Word document of at least 1200word that:1)Discusses a renewable/sustainable energy project in the U.S.2) The paper must include the background/history of the …04/04/202035computerscience

Wk4 Apply Project Plan

Assignment Content A project plan is based on research and organizational goals.Use the providedProject Plan template to create a project plan that outlines the operational steps needed to meet each project objective determined in Wk 3 – Apply: Project Metrics. Use the textbook and other available resources to fill in the appropriate content. Summarize the justification for your project plan. Cite all sources following APA guidelines. JonathanMatosWk1_advancedorganizer.docxSWOTAnalysisweek2.docxWk3Projectmetrics.docxBUS475_v10_Wk4_ProjectPlan1.docxPosted: 4 months agoDue: 16/11/2019Budget: $10Tags: projectFinancebusinessAnswers 1Catherine Owens4.7 (423)4.8 (19k )ChatKindly rate the answerAnswer rating:5Stars out of1ratings4 months agoPurchase the answer to view itPROJECTPLAN.docxPlagiarismreport560.pdfTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10Bids 49Quality AssignmentsMadam MichelleProfRubbsHomework ProQuickly answer runge-kutta acerJessica LuisColossal GeniusMath GuruuChrisProfTerry RobertsperfectoPhd christineCatherine OwensRESPECT WRITERBusiness Writerwork solutionsimhmd.fmbithehDexterMastersbrilliant answersansRohanRey writerEmily MichaelProf.MacQueenDr Candice_2547abdul_rehman_kim woodsClytemnestraWendy LewisEmily Clareprof avrilJenny BoomDoctor OkumuMathStat GeniusMiss ProfessorAlfa RomeoProf. FrankDrNicNgaophyllis youngjim claireEva GreenSaad Fahimfinest everExemplaryTutorSaburBcerebralUnique_ProfUnderstandOther questions 10Population SamplingEthical Theoriescompany finance analysisWeek 6class 501 unit 5 assignmentMath HelpPART CVASCO da gamaMySQL Setup respond to the following questionsRated 2 timesWk 3 – Apply: Project Metrics Assignment Content Now that you’ve identified the organization’s SWOT, you need to determine the project and its objectives and metrics. This project should be based on an unmet opportunity …Rated 1 timesContingency PlanProject plans outline the intended course of events; however, things don’t always happen as intended. Organizations need to consider risks and develop a contingency plan. This plan is typically …Blog ArchiveCopyright © 2019 HomeworkMarket.com Read MoreApplied SciencesArchitecture and DesignBiologyBusiness & FinanceChemistryComputer ScienceGeographyGeologyEducationEngineeringEnglishEnvironmental scienceSpanishGovernmentHistoryHuman Resource ManagementInformation SystemsLawLiteratureMathematicsNursingPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyReadingScienceSocial Science window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:4,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“18423955”:{“body”:”http://freakonomics.com/podcast/bad-medicine-part-2-drug-trials-tribulations-rebroadcast/(Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.or you can listen via itunes on your iPad. …”,”id”:18423955,”title”:” respond to the following questions”,”isTutorial”:false,”isEssay”:true,”due”:”2017-08-30T00:00:00.000Z”,”budget”:5,”fieldOfStudyId”:1000,”userId”:709261,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2017-08-30T00:04:04.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:1000,”name”:”Psychology”,”anchor”:”Psychology”,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886165,”path”:”/fields/psychology”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:1681948,”path”:”/content/respond-following-questions-0″,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”}},”18428929″:{“body”:”Click the link above to submit your assignment.Students, please view the \”Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment\” in the Student Center.Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor …16/11/201910businessfinance

Extra Credit Assignment 1

Please read everything correctly and do everything EXACTLY as seen.Screenshot8.pngCraftingandExecutingStrategyConcepts-ArthurThompson.pdfPosted: a year agoDue: 18/10/2018Budget: $5Answers 1Rey writer4.7 (1k )4.7 (10k )Chata year agoPurchase the answer to view itorder_105380_267764.docTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10Bids 41ProfRubbsProf.MacQueenArizona WriterPaula HogRima MakenzieRasWriterMichelle OwensProf XavierCatherine OwensGabriella OwensAleina KimUSH soluTionsFirst Class Expert TutorMiss LynnProf. HadarvFirst-rate writerDr. Claver-NNHarvardProfRey writerprof avrilGoodwriterkim woodsK_FAM SOLUTIONSTop-PerformerTeacher Youngbrilliant answersWendy Lewisphyllis youngCharandryPROF washington watsonkelvinmwangiMiss ProfessorPhilstevMs ElegantQuick-wittedPh.D A GradewapattoBest Writer786Merit-writerbrilliant92Good studyOther questions 10Week 2 – Final Project Part 1Sociology Small Assignment (See All Attachments)Compensation ManagementFIN430 M4A1 Discussion – Making Financing Decisionsdis int comphistorywrite brief reflection about woman psychology 1 Case Study (3 Questions)HR performance issuesWeek 3 PaymentRated 1 timesExtra CreditIn this extra credit assignment you will choose a company from the S&P 500. You will meaningfully analyze their external and internal environment. By external and internal environment you …Rated 1 timesParticipation activityNO INTERNET SOURCESRated 1 timesExtra Credit AssignmentNot ratedExtra CreditIn this extra credit assignment you will choose a company from the S&P 500. You will meaningfully analyze their external and internal environment. By external and internal environment you …Not ratedExtra CreditIn this extra credit assignment you will choose a company from the S&P 500. You will meaningfully analyze their external and internal environment. By external and internal environment you …Not ratedQuick AssignmentNot ratedBusiness Policy Research PaperPlease read everything carefully. One attachment is the book, the other is assignment.Not ratedextra credit activityNot ratedNetflex international expansion strategyNo outside sources only use whats in the documents for the report and in the Crafting and Executing Strategy Concepts use only chapter 6 2-3 pages if you only get 2 pages that’s fine18/10/20185businessfinance

Big Data is impacting policy creation

Make a 250-word post describing how big data is impacting policy creation. Reference one articlePosted: a day agoDue: 14/02/2020Budget: $4Tags: ITPaperAnswers 1Phd christine4.7 (534)4.7 (3k )Chat11 hours agoPurchase the answer to view itPH-6037812-G.zipTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $4Bids 56Great-WritersPapersGuruKATHERINE BECKSProf BerryMadem_Jenniferrunge-kutta acerProf. EsmeraldanyanyaAmanda SmithRosie SeptemberBrooklyn Milan RESPECT WRITERRasWriterBrilliant GeekHomework ProBrainy BrianDr. ElahiCatherine Owensprofessor mitchMiss LynnYourstarTiny ChrisWorld-ClassansRohanProf. Eliud PetersonPhd christinebrilliant answersUltimate GEEKAll Works solverAngelina MayBridget YoungProf. KaylinlopezMiss Professornadia tutorANN HARRISmbithehProf.MacQueenDr R Judy MarkProf. Nicholascomputersciencekim woodsEva GreenFirst-rate writerAmerican TutorperfectoSaburBTerry RobertsSaad FahimLiza_JulietTopAcademicTutorElprofessoriQuickMentorsuniyaziaPhd isaac newtonBill_WilliamsSolutionMartOther questions 10A PaperPolitical scienceas discussed final paymentexamine clinical psychology PSY/480history paperINDUSTRIAL AND HAZARDOUS UNIT 4 & 5Alliance Supermarket and Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems5 pages Need this in the morning eastern time List and describe the factors that determine the severity of a chemical burn. Explain the hazards of chemical burns other than tissue damage.Rated 1 timesbig dataMake a 250-word post describing how big data is impacting policy creation. Reference one article. As always, use APA formatting.Not ratedBig data is impacting policy creationMake a 250-word post describing how big data is impacting policy creation. Reference one article. As always, use APA formatting.Not rateddiscussionMake a 250-word post describing how big data is impacting policy creation. Reference one article. As always, use APA formatting.14/02/20204computerscience

Panera Bread Case study

Case Study Questions:1. Complete the financing portion of Panera Bread Company’s 2007 forecast financial statementsa. Include a chart of your financial assumptions.2. Develop a 5 year Financial Forecast (both Balance Sheet and Income Statement)3. Describe three possible financial forecasting processes. Discuss the benefits and limitations of each three methods. Describe why you chose the approach you used in this case study.4. Provide an assessment of the earning quality of Panera Bread in Year 5 of the projected financial statements.5. Determine the amount of Free Cash Flow Panera has in Year 5 of the projected financial statements. Discuss the importance of Free Cash Flow, and it’s relationship to overall accounting earnings.6. Develop a table of relevant financial ratios for 2007 and Forecast Year 5; discuss the ratios, their change of the forecast period, and the overall performance of Panera Bread in Forecast Year 5.7. Given the need for external sources of capital, compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of external equity, a long-term note payable, and a short-term line of credit.Case Study Assumptions:1. A 5-year financial forecast worksheet has been provided to you on Blackboard.2. Assume all borrowing are a type of debt, no additional equity will be utilized to raise capital3. The share repurchase program DOES occur in 2008; and interest expense is equal to 6% of outstanding debt4. Sales growth is 25% for the first two years; then 5% thereafter.Week1CaseStudyAssignment-PaneraBread-1.docxPanera_Bread_Company.pdfPosted: 2 years agoDue: 21/01/2018Budget: $25Answers 1kim woods4.7 (156)4.7 (26k )Chat2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itorder_78530_192668.docorder_78530_192669.xlsTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $25Bids 56FLOVODOHMiss ProfessorCamila CherokeeGOOGLESCHOLARJamie Ackerbrilliant answersseth PhDProf Double RLady Taylor PhDhurrysonfarhatullahmagz64GoodwriterTop Grade TutorOnTimeProf. GoodwillAmber TutorEpic Writer PhdFadia NawazAlastairDiana EdwardsBusiness Writerprof.natashasmartwriterkatetutorUltimate_Writerkim woodsTop-PerformerHonest Business WriterLisa-RandallMichelle KasyokiPERFECT GENIUSResearchProSmartWriterPhDHomework ExpertArizona WriterMath GuruuWendy LewisThe grAdeBizzna tutorACEIT TUTORAll Works solverProf Geofrey PerfectKelly JacobsCharandryMary TutorFavorite TutorCatherine Messitutorthammyprof. 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History: Master: Coursework: English (U.S.): 7 pages/1925 words:Turabian3 sources due in 20 hours FROM NO PLAGIARISMThe Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) exam is worth 60% of the C600 block grade and is due after lesson C634. Specifically, this exam has seven requirements for you to apply the MDMP to a tactical scenario.All work must be your own. Do not discuss this examination or your answers with anyone other than a Department of Distance Education (DDE) instructor. Your answers to exam questions must be typed and double-spaced throughout, using Times New Roman 12-pitch font and one-inch margins. This exam does not have an associated CGSC Form 1009W Grading Rubric.Overview: In Leavenworth Papers #11 “Rangers: Selected Combat Operations in World War II,” Dr. Michael J. King notes that “The rescue of 511 American and Allied prisoners from a Japanese POW compound near Cabanatuan in the Philippines by elements of the 6th RangerBattalion, reinforced by Alamo Scouts and Filipino guerrillas, was the most complex operation that Rangers conducted during World War II. It was also one of the most successful.”That rescue has been chronicled in the 2005 movie The Great Raid and several books including Hour of Redemption by Forrest Bryant Johnson, The Ghost Soldiers by Hampton Sides, and is the focus of Chapter 6 of King’s work. Although the movie and other references may help you understand the scenario more, this examination scenario is based solely on the information provided in King’s work. You may refer back to the C600 online lessons and readings to review key concepts about MDMP. ADRP 1-02 dated September 2013 and FM 6-0 dated May 2014 are the primary doctrinal references for this examination. Additionally, you should review the Military Review article by Dr. Tom Clark and the three student aids posted with the exam.Read Chapter 6 “Cabanatuan” of Leavenworth Papers #11, and then provide your responses to the seven requirements which begin on page three of this document. A PDF version of the CSI publication is available in Blackboard, posted with this exam. It is also available online at www.cgsc.edu/carl/download/csipubs/king.pdf .If you state information from the lessons, readings, doctrinal manuals or other references as part of your answer, you must include a citation in accordance with ST 22-2. You may use parenthetical citations, endnotes or footnotes.CGSC does not tolerate cheating, plagiarism, or unauthorized collaboration. Therefore, you should review CGSC Bulletin #920, Academic Ethics Policy (February 2011) and the DDE Academic Ethics brief posted on the course information page. Violation of academic ethics will result in an investigation and possible removal from the course.***** FOR INSTRUCTOR USE ONLY***********SCORINGRequirement #1 Running Estimate (10 points) _______/10Requirement #2 The Problem (10 points) _______/10Requirement #3 The Mission (10 points) _______/10Requirement #4 Purpose and Task (30 points) _______/30Requirement #5 Commander’s Critical Information Requirements (10 points) _______/10Requirement #6 Commander’s Judgment (10 points) _______/10Requirement #7 COA Analysis, Comparison & Recommendation (20 points) _______/20Total (100 points) _______/100INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS:Grader: ________________________REQUIREMENT #1: Running Estimate (10 Points. Three to four double-spaced pages)You are the S-3 of the 6th Ranger Battalion conducting mission analysis on 27 January 1945 at the Ranger base camp at Calasiao on the Lingayen Gulf. Provide a complete movement estimate that LTC Mucci and his staff would use to develop plans and analyze various courses of action. Although you have the benefit of hindsight, write your running estimate as you would have on 27 Jan (in the present or future tense) rather than as an AAR in the past tense. Although there are some guides and formats to a generic estimate, as well as a sample medical estimate included with this examination, you can modify those formats or develop one to help you present your analysis to LTC Mucci. Your movement estimate should include, but is not limited to:• Time available to conduct the operation before the Japanese decide to move or murder the POWs, and how much time to allocate to planning, preparation and execution.• Maintaining secrecy in varied terrain during day and night operations.• The appropriate balance of speed and security.• The best time of day to initiate actions on the objective.• The anticipated distances covered by, time required to, and rates of movement for:o the Ranger advance to the POW Campo actions on the objectiveo the movement of Rangers & former POWs and 6th Army to a link-up pointo Japanese counterattacks.• How Filipino civilians and guerrillas, as well as the US Army Air Corps can help expedite friendly forces or impede enemy forces.Essentially, your estimate should explain to LTC Mucci how the Rangers can get to the compound before the Japanese make the fatal decision, and how the task force and former POWs can link up with 6th Army before the Japanese catch that vulnerable group. The goal of the estimate is to help LTC Mucci plan for this mission by providing him specific information he probably doesn’t know, rather than general ideas which he probably does know. For example, stating that the POWs will move slowly is not helpful to LTC Mucci, while ESTIMATING that the POWs could move at one mile per hour for three hours before needing two hours for food and rest could be helpful to LTC Mucci and his staff.REQUIREMENT #2: The Problem (10 Points. Approximately one-half of a double-spaced page)Using previous course material, the Military Review article, and the student aid, articulate LTC Mucci’s problem including at least ONE critical element for each mission variable (METT-TC).REQUIREMENT #3: The Mission (10 Points. Approximately one double-spaced page)While developing his commander’s estimate, LTC Mucci brainstormed three different words to use for his ESSENTIAL TASK in the mission statement: Liberate, Raid, Secure. Citing your references, (a) provide a current US Army doctrinal definition for EACH of the three words (or dictionary definition if no doctrinal definition exists), and then (b) select and justify which one to include as the essential task in the Rangers mission statement. Note: You are not required to write a mission statement—only to select and justify which one word LTC Mucci should use as the essential task in his mission statement.Mission Analysis: Through mission analysis, the commander and staff should understand the problem and the resources available to solve that problem. Each staff member is responsible for conducting his or her own running (staff) estimate that provides very detailed information within his or her area of responsibility. The staff then analyzes that information and synthesizes (packages) it into the mission analysis brief. The essence of staff work involves distilling mountains of information into nuggets of knowledge. One method through which staff officers do this is to process the facts (or WHAT) into information (by asking SO WHAT?), analyze the information to increase knowledge (by asking WHICH MEANS?), and apply judgment to gain an understanding (by asking THEREFORE?)REQUIREMENT #4: Purpose and Task (30 Points total. 6 Points each. One to two double-spaced pages. See example response. You must write in sentences rather than bulletized form.)SELECT FIVE OF THE EIGHT ELEMENTS FROM THE LIST BELOW.• The Filipino Guerrillas• The Alamo Scouts• 1st Platoon Charlie Company• 2nd Platoon Charlie Company• 2nd Platoon Foxtrot Company• The Filipino Civilians• The Radio Team in Guimba• The 6th US ArmyFor each element selected, (a) list the most important contribution (TASK) that it made during the operation, (b) explain why that contribution was needed (PURPOSE), and (c) explain how that contribution was synchronized with at least ONE other action that preceded, followed or occurred concurrent with it. When possible, use a tactical mission task from current US Army doctrine, even if the author did not use a proper task.Example Response for the US Army Air Force: The American airplane disrupted (Task) the Japanese Guards so that the Rangers could crawl close to the POW camp undetected (Purpose). The Black Widow flew over the camp “at 1840, three-quarters of an hour before the attack was to begin,” (King p 64) while the Rangers were crossing the open field outside of the POW Camp.REQUIREMENT #5: Commander’s Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs)(10 Points. Approximately one-half of a double-spaced page)Construct a logical IF, AND/OR, THEN sequence justifying LTC Mucci’s decision to assault on 30 January. You are not required to include OR in your response, but should include elements related to the enemy, your own multinational force, the POWs, and local support. 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Provide a response to the following prompts.Note: Each team member should compute the following questions and submit them to the Learning Team forum. The team should then discuss each team member’s answers to ascertain the correct answer for each question. Once your team has answered all the questions, submit a finalized team worksheet.1. When a result is not extreme enough to reject the null hypothesis, explain why it is wrong to conclude that your result supports the null hypothesis.2. List the five steps of hypothesis testing and explain the procedure and logic of each.3. A researcher wants to know whether people who regularly listen to radio talk shows are more or less likely to vote in national elections than people in general.a. State the research hypothesis and null hypothesisb. Would the researchers use a one- or two-tailed Z test?4. The general population (Population 2) has a mean of 30 and a standard deviation of 5, and the cutoff Z score for significance in a study involving one participant is 1.96. If the raw score obtained by the participant is 45, what decisions should be made about the null and research hypotheses?5. One hundred people are included in a study in which they are compared to a known population that has a mean of 73, a standard deviation of 20, and a rectangular distribution.a. μM = __________.b. σM = __________.c. The shape of the comparison distribution is __________.d. If the sample mean is 75, the lower limit for the 99% confidence interval is __________.e. If the sample mean is 75, the upper limit for the 99% confidence interval is __________.f. If the sample mean is 75, the lower limit for the 95% confidence interval is __________.g. If the sample mean is 75, the upper limit for the 95% confidence interval is __________.6. A psychology professor of a large class became curious as to whether the students who turned in tests first scored differently from the overall mean on the test. The overall mean score on the test was 75 with a standard deviation of 10; the scores were approximately normally distributed. The mean score for the first 20 students to turn in tests was 78. Using the .05 significance level, was the average test score earned by the first 20 students to turn in their tests significantly different from the overall mean?1. Use the five steps of hypothesis testing.2. Figure the confidence limits for the 95% confidence interval.31/12/201725psychology

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This is just a discussion post at least 100 words. Need back by NLT 12/9/2017 5:00 PM.MT220UNIT5DISCUSSION.docxPosted: 2 years agoDue: 09/12/2017Budget: $10Answers 1ceteris5.0 (25)4.9 (757)Chat2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itEconomyofChina.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10Bids 28nyamaimuleseniorwriterTop-PerformerProf.Paul NjeriProf AllanUltimate_WriterReliableGTutorgrantonTutorJuddy-PHDkristine tutorRey writermbithehJulie Waynesmartwritercaspianophyllis youngGoodwriterPHD.TerresaUltimate GEEKCatherine OwensMiss ProfessorceterisnicohwilliamProf. GoodwillProf sospitaCharandrykim woodskatetutorOther questions 10Class1 unit 3 DQBob and Lisa are both married, working adults. They both plan for retirement and consider the $2,000 annual contribution a must.thesis/Outline South Africa StandardsRole of Forensic Psychology Professional in TreatmentPeer ReviewHelp with Assignment ASAP (DUE TODAY)Solve in EXCELPersonal Ethics Statement: Statement and StoryCan u complete this assignmentNot ratedMT220 unit 5 assignmentUnit 5 assignment below is the attachments for what is needed. Need back NLT 12/12/2017 5:00 pm.09/12/201710businessfinance

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this assignment is due today……. please if you bid and assigned to you this has to be done in 11 hours…… no late work!!Summarize chapters 1, 3 and 4 from the attachment.Choose ONE way to respond to the chapter from the following list (A – D). You must use a different type of response for each reading response (for example, don’t do the outlining for all 3 responses. If you do the outline for the first reading response, choose a different response type for #2 and then again a different response type for #3)A. Outline the chapter. I expect to see not just titles/subtitles but short descriptions to help you organize and understand the material. Please see me if you have questions. You can use Roman Numerals or just bullet points. The most important thing is to show the big ideas, the medium sized ideas and the little ideas. Here is what a sample outline should look like:I. Understanding How And WhyA. The Need for Science: to understand how and why all people change over time. 1. The Scientific Method2. Begins with CuriosityB. Describe at least 3 concepts and the understanding that you now have based on your own childhood experiences.C. Choose 6 questions from the “What Have you Learned” section throughout each chapter. Type the question and your response. D. What do you value and appreciate from this chapter? What concept/idea could you personally apply as a parent or teacher? What concept/idea is still unclear or fuzzy?For Chapter 1, 3 and 4 pick either a,b,c, or d from above and summarize chapter. Each chapter summary has to be different. KathleenStassenBerger-TheDevelopingPersonthroughChildhoodandAdolescence-WorthPublishers2018.pdfPosted: 5 months agoDue: 02/09/2019Budget: $10Tags: writingAnswers 1bennetsandova5.0 (32)4.8 (720)ChatsummaryAnswer rating:5Stars out of1ratings5 months agoPurchase the answer to view itsummary.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10Bids 53ElprofessoriMiss_Deanna_A hifsa shaukatbennetsandovaFavouritewriterDr_Aabirah_786prof avrilprof avrilChrisProfWIZARD_KIMDrNicNgaoCatherine OwensProf.MacQueenperfectoWendy LewisColossal GeniusmbithehTiny ChrisEmily Bluntbrilliant answerswork solutionsRey writerkim woodsJenny BoomMiss ProfessoransRohanDexterMastersTerry RobertsSara WaynesJOHN JUNIOR001phyllis youngQuickly answer Jessica LuisCertified Papersimhmd.fPh.D A Gradefastestwriter1DR.SAMUELSONEva GreenExpert Ahmedsarapaul2013smart-tutorHarris Khanabdul_rehman_Dr R Judy MarkDr Jamlicimtrqhasibhassan0906Dr. ElahiAZHARAKRAM300SaburBmiftikhargadolaSaad FahimOther questions 10Negotiation and Conflict Resolution – SubjectNeed in 3 hoursoxkw13I jave a business homework any help?Programing languagePSY 630 Week 1 – QuizGraduate Level Psychology HelpWeek 4 Discussion Unit IV Article Critique – 800 Words -Human Resource Management How can a corporation best utilize a personal protection specialist in protecting its brand or corporate reputation?Rated 1 timesDue today….. 10 hours…. chapter summary…..child development this assignment is due in 10 hours….. must have done within 10 hours…..Child Development chapter summaryUse the attachment book and do Chapter 4 SummaryChoose one way to respond to …Rated 1 timesdue today….. child development…… please read firstthis assignment is due in 5 hours….. must have done in 5 hours…..Fill out the attachment……Use the book attachment to help fill out the worksheet.The last attachment named …Not ratedchapter summary….. due in 15 hours….. please readthis assignment is due in 15 hours….. if you bid and I assign you will have this done in 15 hours…… no late work….Read Chapter 3 in the attachment and summarize only chapter 3.…Not ratedchild development …. due tomorrow…… read first this assignment is due tomorrow…… must have done by tomorrow and no late work please……. must have done by tomorrow……. use the attachment book to do this assignment.Follow all …Not ratedchild development….. due today….5 hours….. fill out form…. this assignment is due in 5 hours….. must have done by 5 hours…. no late workFill out the attached form using The attached book.Use chapters 8,9, and 10 to fill out the form. You …02/09/201910education

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s, and paper with 1,050 min. word count”2 POWER POINT SLIDE WITH SPEAKER NOTES being of a word count explaining in 175 wordsPrepare2-slides Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes that includes the following: Present a clear definition of psychopathology. Provide specific information, and cite your sources……………………………………………………………………………………………………….DQ ‘s (word count responses should be 175 each min)Provide citation and reference to the material(s) you discuss. Describe what you found interesting regarding this topic, and why.1.) What are mood disorders? What is the difference between unipolar and bipolar depression? Which is more difficult to treat and why?RESPOND TO THE TWO CLASS MATES DQ’s RESPONSES BELOW SEPARATE WITH REFERENCES2.) Amand HallA mood disorder is defined as “a mental health class that health professionals use to broadly describe all types of depression and bipolar disorders” (Hawkins, 2017). There are different types of mood disorders and some of the most common mood disorders are bipolar disorder, depression, substance induced, and dysthymia. In regards to depression there a few different types which two of them being unipolar and bipolar. In which some of the signs and symptoms will be the same when diagnosis depression the only difference is the treatment that is recommended by a physician to treat the mood disorder. The difference is also the stage of depression that you are diagnosed to be in with unipolar being always a downer and the person never seems to have so up times. This stage of depression seems to be more severe but without mania.Hawkins, K. 2017 Mood DisordersRetrieved by: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/mood-disorders3.) Susan SotoMood disorder is described as a psychological disorder that is the rise and fall of an individual’s mood. This can include anxiety, depression and/or bipolar disorder. There are two moods that are consistent in mood disorders. Those are mania and depression. Mania is feelings and emotions that are extremely intense and unrealistic. It is intense euphoria and excitement. Depression is feelings of sadness and dejection. Those that experience mood disorders, may only experience them in waves or episodes. These disorders are not always feelings that happen daily.Person can feel happy and satisfied one day, and the next day can be completely down for no apparent reason.Unipolar depressive disorder, when a person only experiences depressive episodes. Bipolar disorder is when a person experiences both manic and depressive episodes.ReferencesButcher, J. N., Hooley, J. M., Mineka, S. M.Abnormal Psychology. [University of Phoenix]. 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HARASSMENT AND BULLYINGYou are the school nurse in your community. The teacher of the 6th grade class comes to you with concerns about the bullying that is occurring in her class directed toward one or two students. The bullying has expanded from the classroom to social media.Answer all of the following questions in your post: In addition to yourself, who should be involved in planning a school-wide program to decrease the incidence of bullying in the classroom? What evidence-based intervention(s) might the planning group employ to address this bullying problem? What are the potential physical and psychological health effects of bullying in the classroom and social media? How might the effectiveness of the intervention(s) you planned, be evaluated?At least one nursing journal article must be included. 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Technological advances have enabled media to provide near-instantaneous coverage from every corner of the world.This first became apparent during Operation Desert Shield in 1990, when the public was exposed to images of U.S. military operations in Kuwait and Iraq with minimal delay.The technology continued to evolve, and during Operations Iraqi Freedom in 2003and Enduring Freedom in 2001, broadcasts were real-time, and many 24-hour news networks now existed.Images of violence such as suicide bombings and firefights inundated the daily lives of Americans.As you have already learned, terrorism depends onthe ability to inspire fear.In the past,this influence was limited by an individual’s proximity to the event and word of mouth regarding the act.Today, although media outlets are rarely at the attack site during an attack, theyusually broadcast the destruction that ensues. The media’s ability to report on these events increasedthe terrorists’audience exponentially. Western media coverage has ironically created a false proximitythat hasproven to beeffective at spreading fear to the masses.For example, Spain’s decision to withdraw support for the Iraq Warfollowed extensive media coverage of the Madrid train bombings.It has been said that the media coverage of the attack strongly influenced public opinion against the Iraq War to such an extent that government policy shifted.For this assignment, you are the public relations officer for the International Security and Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan.ISAF is the military command under the North Atlantic Treaty Organization responsible for security, stability, and reconstruction in Afghanistan.Your commander has indicated that the Taliban insurgents have been gaining in popularity primarily through their effective use of the media. He believes ISAF needs to develop a better relationship with the media to help mitigate the insurgents’ attempts to gain support and positive public sentiment through their media efforts.You have been selected to lead the media campaign for ISAF.Through extensive liaison, you have been allowed to write 1 article that will run simultaneously inthe major news publicationsthroughout the United States, Europe, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.Your commander has given you the freedom to write what you feel is necessary, so long as it contains the following at a minimum:Assignment Guidelines Address the following in an article of 1,250 words: Provide a brief overview of ISAF’s mission. Include a clear identification of the ISAF commander, deputy commander, and chief of staff (including country of origin). Briefly summarize 3 good news storiesthatshow ISAF’s involvement in the community. The 3 articles must pertain to one of the following: Agriculture Government Education Howcan media coverage ofterrorist attacks influence public opinion ofgovernmentalaffairs? Explain. How doesa nation’sefficient response to attacks psychologically influenceits citizens? Explain. What effectscan media coverage of terrorist attacks have on a nation’s activities? Consider the following in your response: Economy Agriculture Transportation Crime Local communities What fear-management techniques utilized within the international arena have been apparently successful? Explain. For this assignment, you must utilize scholarly and academic sources to support your arguments. Compile your responses into your final paper and submit the file to your instructor. 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Please use appropriate analytical tools from Chapter 4 and 5 to analyze the case and answer the following questions:1. Do a SWOT analysis of Panera Bread Company first. What does a SWOT analysis of Panera Bread reveal about the overall attractiveness of its situation? Does the company have any core competencies or distinctive competencies?2. What is Panera Bread’s strategy? Which of the five generic competitive strategies discussed in Chapter 5 most closely fit the competitive approach that Panera Bread is taking? 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Office Politics

Work friendships are often tenuous and can depend on the quality of one’s productivity in the workplace environment. When the work suffers, then the friendship can quickly turn volatile. Sociologists often report that people will more likely fake their friendships at work not to upset their career prospects (Vernon, p. 27).In at least 350 words total, please answer each of the following, drawing upon your reading materials and your personal insight. In this week’s reading material, the following philosophers discuss their views on this topic: Aristotle, Russell, Smith Ferguson, Marx andSimmel. Make sure to incorporate their views as you answer each discussion question. Think about how their views may be similar or different from your own as you answer the following questions: To what extent do you personally agree with the sociologist’s findings and distrust the sincerity of your work colleagues? What has been your own experience with enacting friendships of utility and/or feigning friendship in order to secure your employment or future career prospects? Do you believe this is ethical? Explain your answer.Many companies are aware of the research that indicates that friendships at work increase productivity and overall job satisfaction (p. 17). People with friends at work are even twice as likely to believe they are well-paid (p. 17). Those who share friendships at work are more likely to share ideas, be innovative, and feel like their work has real meaning and purpose (p. 17).In reality, commercial society encourages friendliness but not strong alliances, which can undermine the authority of industry. In short, strong friendships can prove time consuming and produce less productive workers, as well as contribute to nepotism and cronyism (p. 39). Other thinkers and critics have noted the drive toward individualism and competition that commercialism promotes, which undermines genuine connection.Consider the concepts from the Module 4 readings as you participate in the module’s discussions and complete the poll. Be sure to cite the textbook or other sources in your work.References:Cooley, D. R. (2002). “False Friends.” Journal of Business Ethics. (195-207). Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.Vernon, M. (2010). The Meaning of Friendship. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.Chapter 1: Friends at WorkPosted: 3 days agoDue: 14/11/2019Budget: $10Answers 0Bids 58Quality AssignmentsMadam MichelleProf tutorGreat-WritersMEERAB NAEEMAshley ClaireProf. EsmeraldaWIZARD_KIMDr Ava_MiaDr_BiyaDr. RocalElprofessorisuraya_PhDTerry RobertsRELIABLE PAPERSWendy LewisQuickly answer jim claireArizona WriterProf.MacQueenDrNicNgaowizard kimDr. Smith HarveyDr Candice_2547Yhtomitbrilliant answersCatherine OwensJessica LuisRESPECT WRITERJenny BoomEmily Michaelabdul_rehman_ChrisProfwork solutionsMegan TillmanRey writerEmily ClareProf Allankim woodsimhmd.fBeaverlyperfectosmart-tutorphyllis youngMiss ProfessormbithehMary Warnock PhDprof avrilDr. ElahiEva GreenHomework ProSaad FahimSaburBUnique_ProfProf SolutttionsLewie_gambieProf Nato(PhD)FringeTutor70Other questions 10IS AssignmentCreate an application in Xcode…Discussion Question 1 AAnnotated Bibliography for Psychology Class4113 dr rocalStonehill BUS 434 Quiz Chapter 19Stonehill BUS 434 Quiz Chapter 4research paperreading and writingProfessional EditingNot ratedThe Business of FriendshipResearch indicates that friendships at work increase productivity and overall job satisfaction. Additionally, employees are more likely to believe they are well-paid. Those who …14/11/201910socialscience

Project management

Project communication and change planIntroduction:An important element in project planning is dealing with “what might happen.” A project team can be more successful if they know the best ways to communicate with each other and how to process changes that occur as the project is executed. By making a formal statement in the project plan about communication and change, the team can work together more successfully.Unit Learning Outcome(s) Reflected in assignment: Create a project communication and change plan (CLO 3, 4 and 5)Directions:For the project plan you are developing, write a 2 page communications and change plan. include how team members are to communicate with updates and changes and who the stakeholders are who may also need to be informed as changes occur. include the description of a project management software program that an organization might use to track progress and communicate changes. specifically address how changes would be handled in your project: how they would be communicated and who would approve them.Posted: 20 hours agoDue: 23/04/2020Budget: $20Tags: projectmanagementAnswers 1College Research (Not rated) (Not rated)Chat17 hours agoPurchase the answer to view itAnswerDocument.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $15Bids 107grA de plusDr. Michelle_KMYoung NyanyaThe QuA litynicohwilliamTeacher TrumahnDaniel JohnsonRewrick PatandDiscount AssignFortifiedGabriella MalkAmanda SmithMadem_Jenniferabdul_rehman_Essays GuruDr. Ameerahhassan0906WIZARD_KIMjuliusmu33MusyokionesTopanswersQuickly answer JOHN JUNIOR001KATHERINE BECKSmichael smithMaster WorkerEmily MichaelRihAN_Mendozaquality work for allPROF. ANNEssay-tutorrunge-kutta acerCatherine OwensProf.MacQueenProCastrol01Great-WritersDexterMastersRanchoddas Chanchad PhDPROF_TOMMYRESPECT WRITERuniversity workJessica LuisTutor danielChrisProfTechnical Workbrilliant answersPhd christinework solutionsStano 001Terry RobertsProf. KaylinlopezTutorJoeKimEva GreenProf BerryCasey CeliaMalik TutorRey writerTutor Cyrus KenProf. ClariseNursing_MissJenny BoomDrNicNgaoAsad Ullahkim woodsSaburBWendy LewisAngelina MayDr. ElahiMiss Professorimhmd.fDr R Judy Markprof avrilAgher EditorDr Candice_2547Young Kim hoodsCotton CandyTiny ChrisMichelle OwensseniorwriterNext Level TutorSaad FahimAll Works solverMathStat GeniusUrgent Tutorphyllis youngAbdullah AnwarExpert AhmedUNDISPUTED GEEKfirstclass tutorA-Grade Writermagz64Jen Tech1Dr WillymartinsSasha SpencerProff work phd ansRohanSenior Advanced WriterHarris KhansuniyaziaTutor-paulaMiss_AqsaGuruWriter24Expert_ChristineHawks EyeA studentsjohnmutuajmkatty_julietOther questions 10Jackson, Inc. is a firm that manufactures wireless mouse systems for laptops.need helpAssignment for paula Hogjournal reviewCreate instructions for a technical device or procedure, preferably one in your own field (if you are fairly new to your field, you should create instructions for a device or procedure used in your hobby). The instructions should be for a specific processResearch Proposal (ZEEK THE GEEK ONLY)business helpPSY 303 – Assignment 2: LASA 1 Analyzing Theories of Crime (Psychology Major – A )English paperPowerpoint for intro to criminal justiceNot ratedProject mgmntResource allegation for clothing line.Introduction:An important element in project planning is dealing with “what might happen.” A project team can be more successful if they know the best …Blog ArchiveCopyright © 2019 HomeworkMarket.com Read MoreApplied SciencesArchitecture and DesignBiologyBusiness & FinanceChemistryComputer ScienceGeographyGeologyEducationEngineeringEnglishEnvironmental scienceSpanishGovernmentHistoryHuman Resource ManagementInformation SystemsLawLiteratureMathematicsNursingPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyReadingScienceSocial Science window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:4,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“6355009”:{“body”:”Completethe following CJi Interactive activities located on the student website:Ch. 5 < Learning ModulesHistory and Professionalism of the PoliceModern American Policing Eras…","id":6355009,"title":"Powerpoint for intro to criminal justice","isTutorial":false,"isEssay":false,"due":"2015-09-04T00:00:00.000Z","budget":10,"fieldOfStudyId":2700,"userId":438962,"published":true,"newBids":0,"createdAt":"2015-09-30T13:46:55.000Z","fieldOfStudy":{"id":2700,"name":"Law","anchor":"Law","createdAt":"2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z","path":{"id":5886193,"path":"/fields/law","sitemap":true,"amp":false,"createdAt":"2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z"}},"path":{"id":802632,"path":"/content/powerpoint-intro-criminal-justice","sitemap":true,"amp":true,"createdAt":"2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z"},"rating":{"id":1035241,"grade":100,"num":2,"createdAt":"2018-03-18T08:20:56.000Z"}},"6363147":{"body":"Must write a reading response to this story :\"http://www.nytimes.com/1986/03/30/magazine/about-men-a-brother-s-murder.html \"criteria must be met (criteria is attached)include …","id":6363147,"title":"English paper","isTutorial":false,"isEssay":true,"due":"2015-10-01T12:19:00.000Z","budget":5,"fieldOfStudyId":200,"userId":551363,"published":true,"newBids":0,"createdAt":"2015-09-30T23:31:17.000Z","fieldOfStudy":{"id":200,"name":"English","anchor":"English","createdAt":"2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z","path":{"id":5886117,"path":"/fields/english","sitemap":true,"amp":false,"createdAt":"2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z"}},"path":{"id":803232,"path":"/content/english-paper-6363147-2","sitemap":true,"amp":true,"createdAt":"2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z"},"rating":{"id":1035359,"grade":100,"num":2,"createdAt":"2018-03-18T08:20:56.000Z"}},"6364537":{"body":"Assignment 2: LASA 1 Analyzing Theories of CrimeYou are an investigative reporter for a large news network. 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Week one health psychology

The Biopsychosocial-Cultural ModelThe field of health psychology relies heavily on the biopsychosocial-cultural model understand how physical and mental illnesses develop.The biopsychosocial-cultural model takes into account biological and physiological factors (heredity, mother’s prenatal care, nutrition), psychological factors (family dynamics, parenting styles, intelligence, and emotional functioning), and social/cultural factors (environmental influences or conditions in the individual’s community, and the culture of the individual/family/community).Author Wes Moore’s autobiography illustrates the power of these factors. A synopsis by the publisher is provided below.The following is a synopsis of the book provided by the publisher (Moore, 2020):Wes Moore, the author of the bookThe Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates,was surprised when one day, the police approached him for a crime he did not commit. During the investigation, he came to know of another man who had the same name—Wes Moore. The shared name was not the only coincidence: they had both grown up in the same neighborhood at about the same time. Yet, one Wes Moore went on to become a Rhodes scholar, earn honors in the military, work at the White House, and become a leader in the business community, while the other Wes Moore was sentenced to life in prison. The descriptions of the lives of both Wes Moores are illustrative of the power of heredity and environment in the shaping of a person.As boys, both Wes Moores grew up in poor, single-parent homes and did not apply themselves in primary and secondary school. The author’s father, a newscaster, died when the author was three years old. He and his two sisters were raised by his widowed mother. Before he was a teen, he became disillusioned with school and began getting into trouble in his neighborhood, even having brushes with the law for petty crimes. His mother decided to send him to military school, but he ran away five times before finally giving the school a chance. Once he decided to stay, he gained a strong sense of purpose and developed a strong work ethic.Meanwhile, the other Wes Moore, who lived in the same area of Baltimore, was about the same age, and was also being raised by a single mother. He was arrested and convicted for first-degree murder of a police officer during a jewelry store robbery. He is serving a life prison sentence.Important differences between the childhoods of the two boys are notable. The author had two college-educated parents. His father chose to stay with the family, but died at a relatively young age. He was relatively closely supervised. He, his siblings, and his mother lived with his grandparents after his father died. The author’s mother took extreme steps to try to turn him around. She moved several times to try to find safer neighborhoods. She sent him to military school when he exhibited troublesome behavior.The other Wes Moore’s father was never a part of his life, choosing to abandon the family before his birth. His mother had been accepted to college, but federal budget cuts resulted in the loss of her Pell Grant. She had to abandon her goal of a college education and instead, had to work three jobs to care for her family. Eventually, she became overwhelmed and was unable to provide the kind of structure the author received. As a result, the other Wes Moore was unsupervised much of the time. He began using and selling drugs, later resorting to more serious crimes, like robbery, for money. It was during a robbery that he shot and killed a police officer—a crime that put him in prison for life. (Moore, 2010)Using this week’s required readings and the Keiser University online library resources, respond to the following: Choose one of the three types of factors below that you believe had the greatest negative impact on the Wes Moore who is now in prison. In other words, did his heredity have the greatest impact on his downward spiral? Or was it due largely to family dynamics/parenting/effects of drug use on his cognitive or emotional functioning? Alternatively, was it caused by his limited resources and difficult environment? Describe your reasons for selecting the factor that you chose. Biological factors Psychological factors Social-cultural factors Which factor (biological, psychological, or social-cultural) do you think had the greatest impact on preventing the author from taking the same path that the other Wes Moore took to prison? Explain the reasons you chose that factor.ReferenceMoore, W. (2010).The other Wes Moore: One name, two fates. New York, NY: Spiegel & Grau.Read over the grading rubric for discussions before posting.Post your initial response by Wednesday. You must make a minimum of three substantive responses to other posts on two separate days of the learning week.Reply Quote Email Author 12/05/202010psychology

Multicultural conflict

Multicultural conflict that could occur within your psychology specialization? power point form ?At some point in your career, you will encounter a multicultural issue. It may be a conflict with a supervisor or a problem with one of your colleagues or clients. You may experience the use of hate speech in the professional work setting or feel marginalized because of one of your cultural identities. A conflict may involve an individual, an entire agency, or an institution.In this assignment, you will: Create a multicultural conflict that could occur within your psychology specialization. The details of this conflict may be drawn from real life or imagined, but the conflict must involve your actual cultural identities, which you analyzed in the Unit 1 assignment, Self-Reflection: Using the Hays ADDRESSING Model. This conflict will involve one or more people you could encounter in your work who have several points of cultural difference with you. An agency, business, or institution could also be part of the conflict. Analyze the multicultural issues that are present and consult scholarly literature to develop strategies or techniques that you can use to navigate the conflict. This assignment will help you think critically about uncomfortable situations that you may encounter in your career as a psychologist and prepare you to respond effectively in such situations. 11/05/202040psychology

Discussion Sex Sexuality Sexual Identity and Values

In 2011, 47% of high school students had sexual intercourse, and 15% of them reported having more than four partners. In 2009, an estimated 8,300 young people ages 13–24 were diagnosed with HIV/AIDS (CDC, 2013). More than 1 in 4 teens who give birth are ages 15–17 (CDC, 2014). In 2005, 1 in 4 sexually active teens contracted a sexually transmitted disease, 29% of teens felt pressure to have sex, and 1 in 10 high school students reported having been forced to have sex (Kaiser Family Foundation, 2005). New studies are being developed to estimate current levels of sexual activity in adolescents. There are some indications that adolescents are waiting longer to have sex; by age 19, seven out of 10 adolescents have had sexual intercourse (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010).Sex is a prevalent issue among teens today, and many young people struggle with the vast issues that can evolve around sex. Clinicians must be familiar with the current trends and issues related to adolescent sexual behavior and must be able to address them effectively. In addition to sexual activity, sexual identity can be an issue among children and adolescents.For this Discussion, review the case studies located in this week’s resources and select one case study from Case 1 and Case 2. Consider how the values of sex, sexuality, and sexual identity can adversely affect the child or adolescent in the case study.With these thoughts in mind:By Day 3Post a brief description of the sex and sexuality case study you selected (Case 1 or Case 2). Then, identify two potential parent/guardian, school, or community values related to sex, sexuality, or sexual identity that might adversely affect the child or adolescent, and explain how. Explain one way you might support the child or adolescent in the case study. Finally, explain one way you would ensure that your personal values would not interfere with the counseling process. Be specific and use examples to illustrate your points.Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the week’s resources.Required ReadingsKar, S. K., Choudhury, A., & Singh, A. P. (2015). Understanding normal development of adolescent sexuality: A bumpy ride. Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences, 8(2), 70-74. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4477452/Getz, L. (2013). Relational resilience in treating adolescent substance use. Social Work Today. Retrieved from http://www.socialworktoday.com/archive/012113p36.shtmlHarris, N., Brazeau, J. N., Rawana, E. P., Brownlee, K., & Klein, R. (2017). Self-Perceived Strengths Among Adolescents With and Without Substance Abuse Problems. Journal of Drug Issues, 47(2), 277-288.Mallon, G. (2011). The home study assessment process for gay, lesbian, and transgender prospective foster and adoptive families. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 7, 9-29.Reeves, T., Horne, S. G., Rostosky, S. S., Riggle, E. D. B.,Baggett, L. R., & Aycock, R. A. (2010). Family members’ support for GLBT issues: The role of family adaptability and cohesion. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 6(1), 80–97.As you review this article, focus on how family might support GLBT issues.Ryan, C., Russell, S. T., Huebner, D., Diaz, R., & Sanchez, J. (2010). Family acceptance in adolescence and the health of LGBT young adults. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 23(4), 205–213.As you review this article, focus on how family acceptance is critical to the development of adolescents.Piehler, T. F., & Winters, K. C. (2017). Decision-making style and response to parental involvement in brief interventions for adolescent substance use. Journal of Family Psychology, 31(3), 336-346.Document: DSM-5 Bridge Document: Sex, Sexuality, and Substance Abuse (PDF)Use this document to guide your understanding of sex, sexuality, and substance abuse for this week’s Discussion and Assignment.Castellanos-Ryan, N., O’Leary-Barrett, M., & Conrod, P. J. (2013). Substance-use in childhood and adolescence: A brief overview of developmental processes and their clinical implications. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 22(1), 41–46.The case studyChild and Adolescent Counseling Cases: Sex, Sexuality, and Substance Abuse © 2014 Laureate Education, Inc.Page 1 of 2 Week 9: Case 1, Sexuality Loretta is a 17-year-old white female. She is a student in a partial-day treatment center focusing on vocational and social skill development. Loretta has a wide range of disabilities related, at least in part, to a brain injury she suffered as a toddler. She has specific learning disabilities in the areas of writing and reading. Despite her challenges, Loretta is a hard worker. Because of her positive attitude and work ethic within the day treatment setting, Loretta has a good reputation for being dependable and trustworthy. However, over the past 6 months, Loretta has decided she likes sex. She has been caught having sexual contact at the treatment center and also at home in the evenings and on the weekends. This behavior is concerning to Loretta’s parents. They are worried about her sexual safety, potential pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, and Loretta’s behavior is outside their comfort zone. They have tried lecturing, grounding her, and other threats and punishments. Loretta does not see anything wrong with her behavior. Apparently, the pleasure she associates with sex more than offsets the consequences she has gotten from her parents, and she seems relatively oblivious to the additional potential consequences of sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy.Week 9: Case 2, Sexual Orientation Patrick is a 9-year-old African American boy enrolled in the fourth grade in a private Christian school. Patrick is exceptionally intelligent and very academically successful. However, based on reports from his parents and from his teachers, he has always struggled in the social domain. Most recently, Patrick has been causing a disturbance in the classroom by telling teachers and students that one of the other male students in the class is his boyfriend and insisting that he loves boys, not girls. This behavior has been extremely difficult for his parents to accept as they hold a rather traditional Christian perspective. The thought of their son being gay is very disturbing for them. You initially were contacted by Patrick’s parents, who made it clear to you they think Patrick is acting out in an effort to gain attention from his peers. They also make it clear that they are either unwilling or unable to consider the possibility that Patrick might be gay. When the three of them show up in your office, the parents dominate the conversation and tell Patrick he needs to work with you to get things straightened out. Their goal is for you to work with Patrick so he will put a stop to his silly and disturbing claims of having romantic feelings for boys. Patrick refuses to offer any goals for counseling. When you meet with him alone, he slowly opens up and you end up somewhat convinced that this boy really does feel he is gay and likely needs to explore his sexual orientation, and yet you are at a loss as to how to work effectively with him and his parents.Posted: 21 hours agoDue: 22/04/2020Budget: $5Tags: no yesAnswers 0Bids 79Discount AssignMusyokionesWIZARD_KIMAmanda SmithProCastrol01Quality AssignmentsDr.Qura-tul-ainAmerican Tutorteacher CharlesDaniel JohnsonElprofessoribennetsandovaPROF. 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J., & Junn, E. N. (2016). Annual editions: Child growth and development (22nd ed.). …22/04/20205socialscience

PSYCHOLOGY BEHAVIORISM

This a follow-up to the assignment: https://www.homeworkmarket.com/questions/psychology-behaviorism-19633943 It is exclusively reserved for Catherine Owens. Please take note of the TOPIC.TOPIC: Theories and Problems in Your Branch of PsychologyGeneral Requirements:Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:· Refer to the Module 5 assignment you developed in PSY-802. You will continue the discussion by focusing on theories and problems specifically related to your branch of psychology.· Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments.· Refer to Chapters 2-4 of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) for specific guidelines related to doctoral-level writing. These chapters contain essential information on manuscript structure and content, clear and concise writing, and academic grammar and usage.Directions:Using information you have read related to your branch of psychology and dissertation topic, write a brief paper (750-1,000 words) that identifies theories and problems specifically related to your branch of psychology. Address the following in your paper:1. Identify your emphasis area and dissertation topic: Factor Responsible for Poor Utilization of Mental Health Services in Texas2. Explain the need for your research.3. Identify the main theorists or researchers associated with your research topic.4. Discuss at least one theoretical framework you are considering for your research. How does it relate to the need for your research topic?5. Identify at least one academic journal that specializes in research related to your topic. How will the journal benefit your research?RESOURCESWatson, J. B. (1913). Psychology as the behaviorist views it. Psychological Review, 20(2), 158-177. doi:10.1037/h0074428URL:https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=pdh&AN=1926-03227-001&site=eds-live&scope=siteDigdon, N., Powell, R. A., & Harris, B. (2014). Little Albert’s alleged neurological impairment.History of Psychology, 17(4), 312-324. doi:10.1037/a0037325URL:https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=pdh&AN=2014-30397-001&site=ehost-live&scope=siteMaul, J. (2016). Theoretical foundations: Creating a theoretical framework to guide development of research questions and hypotheses [Presentation].URL:https://dc.gcu.edu/dissertation/doctoral-videos-and-power-points/theoretical_foundationsjmaulv2pptx~112/05/202010psychology

Finalexam

MRKG 1311- Principles of MarketingFinal ExamInstructor: Sarah Felmet1) Which of the following is one of the eras of marketing?                      (1 point) The historical marketing era The sales oriented era The services oriented era The marketing mix era2) Which of the following are channels of marketing?                 (1 point) B2B C2C C2B B2C All of the above 1 only 1 and 3 only 1, 2 and 4 only 3) Step 3 in the implementation phase of the strategic planning process involves which of the following?                                                              (1 point) Positioning Pricing Placement Promotion4) Which of the following are growth strategies?                                    (1 point) Market development strategy Operational excellence strategy Product excellence strategy Diversification strategy 1 and 2 only None of the above 4 only 1 and 4 only 5) Which of the following is not included in the Micro environment?      (1 point) The climate The company The corporate partners The competition6) What are the two types of culture when considering the macro environment?
(1 point) Regional culture Personal culture Religious culture Country culture 1 and 2 4 and 1 2 and 3 1 and 3 7) Diversification strategy focuses on current markets and products    (1 point)T     or    F8) In external research,                                                              (1 point) The consumer does internal reflecting Actual research such as internet search is done by the consumer The consumer uses psychology to determine whether or not to purchase Situational factors are a huge factor9) The term counter trade refers to:                                                        (1 point) Trading goods for money Trading goods for goods Changing your mind about trading goods Refusing to sign a trade agreement10) Which of the following is a type of global marketing opportunity?  
(1 point) Quota Licensing Franchising Direct Experience11) The first step in a market research project is:                        (1 point) Data Collection Design the research project Define the research objectives Present the results12) Stage 4 in the international market entry evaluation process is:          (1 point) Country identification Direct experience In depth screening Final Selection13) Infrastructure and technology are factors in assessing global markets (1 point)            T     or    F14) In transfer pricing, the ________________ based manager sets the price but an international subsidiary can change it                                                                      (2 points)15) Which of the following is an example of a segmentation strategy?(1 point) Demographic segmentation strategy Concentrated Segmentation Strategy Macromarketing Symbolic Strategy16) Export pricing is a form of international pricing approaches  (1 point)T     or    F17) Tariffs are considered:                                                                    (1 point) A tax A marketing firm To be illegal To be something that every marketing form wants18) Fill in the blank                                                                              (2 points)Government’s actions can affect marketing in terms of ________________ practices19) Fill in the blank                                                                              (1 point)________________ is a strategy used by a firm to focus on the excellent services for the customer to retain loyal customers20) What do the letters “FTC” stand for?                                                           (1 point)______________________________________________ 21) Promotion of a product involves:                                                     (1 point) Creating value for the product Determining where the product will be sold Focusing of the value of the product Considering the competitor’s price22) The following are the steps for the framework for ethical decision making Select a course of action Identify the issues Brainstorm alternatives Gather information and identify who it affects Pick the order within which they should be used                                    (1 point) 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 3, 2, 4 2, 4, 3, 1 4, 1, 2, 3 23) Identity theft and privacy issues are a part of the social trends            (1 point)T     or    F24) It is not necessary to apply ethics to phase 1 of the strategic planning process but it is necessary to apply it to phases 2 and 3                                                 (1 point)T     or    F25) Product depth is most associated with:                                             (1 point) The categories of a product The value of a product The company’s stocks The lines of a product26) Fill in the blank:                                                                             (1 point)When you increase the breadth you are increasing the number of _____________ to a product27) Private Labels are:                                                                          (1 point) Brands that are used when a firm repositions itself Those that involve mixing of brands Those that are sold in stores and made by the stores Labels used when packaging28) Branding helps establish loyalty and confidence                               (1 point)T     or    F     29) Fill in the blank:                                                                             (2 points)Innovation is the process by which ______________ become new ______________30) When generating an idea, the use of a R&D consortium is not considered (1 point)      T     or    F     31) Which of the following are stages in the life cycle of a product?   (1 point) Introduction Stage Evaluation Stage Marketing Stage Testing Stage32) Services are considered:                                                                  (1 point) Expensive Unnecessary Hard to Market Perishable33) Training is a way to reduce the standards gap                                   (1 point)T     or    F34) The first C in the 5 C’s of pricing refers to:                          (1 point) Change Company Stock Company objective Curve35) The demand curve is an inverse correlation                          (1 point)T     or    F36) Name two things other than the 5 C’s that can affect pricing  (2 points)________________________________ ________________________________ 37) In price skimming, the _____________ price is high             (1 point) End Seasonal Market Initial38) Fill in the blank                                                                              (1 point)Market penetration pricing refers to setting an initial ____________ price as the introductory price39) Markdowns is not a pricing tactic                                                    (1 point)T     or    F40) Price fixing involves companies collaborating with each other           (1 point)T     or    F41) Companies and Retailers can use electronic trading to:                      (1 point) Expand their trade area Buy out other retailers Make their product more expensive Eliminate brick and mortar retailers42) Noise occurs when there is a difference between the _________________ and the _______________________                                                             (2 points)43) In personal selling there is a _____________ communication between buyer and seller                                                                                                          (1 point) One way Two way Decoding Persuasive44) Using public relations is a paid form of communications                   (1 point)T     or    F45) Cinema is considered a medium in advertising                                  (1 point)T     or    F46) Loyalty programs are associated with which of the following:           (1 point) Sweepstakes Contests      Credit cards Samples47) The personal selling process is a ________ step process                    (1 point) Two step Three step Four step Five step48) When managing a sales department, one of the things to consider is   (1 point) The color of your offices The height of the people you hire Training for your salespeople Always to have meetings once a week49) The sales call can also be a sales presentation                                   (1 point)T     or    F50) Name two things that we market                                                      (2 points)I. ___________________________II___________________________51) List the 3 phases in the strategic planning process                             (3 points)__________________________ __________________________ __________________________ 52) The letters H.D.I. Stand for which of the following?             (1 point)A. Human Decline IndexB. Human Development IndexC. Human Development InstitutionD. Home Decline Index53) List 3 of the 5 types of segments                                                      (3 points)____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________54) List the 3 factors that are considered in the H.D.I.                 (3 points)____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ 55) Variability refers to the ________________ of service                      (1 point) Price Quality Type Amount

EmotionalIntelligenceResearchPaper2

Emotional Intelligence – an Art or a Science?Thomas GriffinHusson UniversityEmotional Intelligence – an Art or a Science?IntroductionEmotional intelligence is an attribute related to emotional information and individual’s emotions; it is not only beneficial to an individual in terms influencing, interpersonal relationship, but is also applicable in group settings such as in work environments. Due to its importance, a number of researches have been conducted relating emotional intelligence to leadership and management. Drugs and Papoutsi (2019) describe emotional intelligence-EI as the evaluation, perception, and management of the individual’s and others’ emotions. The concept of EI connects cognition, emotion, and metacognitive processes; it is more important in the work places now than it was before due to the high interconnection of the world economy thanks to globalization. That means in work environments, employees with high emotional intelligence are valued than those without because of their ability to cope with a different people from different cultures and lifestyles. In leadership and management positions, EI is attractive because of the many demands and enhanced competition faced today. Summarily, EI creates the needed skills framework and responsible behavior that help people succeed at work. Whereas emotional intelligence is a human attribute, organizations also adopt the concept. Drigas and Papoutsi (2019) note that emotionally intelligent organizations attract talents to their workforce and address challenges effectively; in such organizations the leaders and managers cooperate, influence others and find creative and faster ways of finishing tasks. Notably emotions that are properly managed to enhance trust, commitment, and faith. That means the innovations, productivity, and success of organizations, groups, or individuals arise in situations where emotional intelligence is high (Zeider, Matthews, & Roberts, 2004). Due to the importance and applications of emotional intelligence at different levels, the paper explains whether EI is an art or a science. Problem StatementAn organizational leader may be unable to tell whether emotional intelligence is an art or a science. It is not deemed important for a leader to distinguish as such knowledge may not have direct impact on the desired results. Daniel Goleman (2000) emphasizes on more science and less art. Goleman emphasizes that a leader should be able to study situations and learn what kind of leadership styles and underlying emotional intelligence competencies should be applied. It takes a scientific angle where a leader learns and adjusts in a bid to drive the desired results. However, what are the specific EI competencies enable a leader to understand situations and change the leadership style in order to achieve the desired results? Most leaders are usually unaware of the leadership styles that should apply to various situations as noted by Goleman. However, an approach to EI as a science can help them understand situations better and apply the right leadership styles.The Purpose of the StudyThe purpose of the study is to find out the specific approach that leaders can take to learn the attributes of the organizational situations they face, and how the information can be used to inform the leadership approach that is adopted.  Goleman (2000) asserts that different situations in the organization require different leadership styles and their respective underlying EI competencies. However, as Goleman notes, leaders are not aware of how that is done. It is the primary aim of this study to find out how leaders can apply EI as a science and learn about the situation.The Research QuestionsThe research paper will aim at addressing the following research question.i. How can leaders apply Emotional Intelligence as a science to understand situations and apply the right leadership styles?ii. What are the essential EI skills and competencies that will enable leaders become better at learning about problems and solving them?IssueAs highlighted above, emotional intelligence is associated with success; as such, leaders and managers value EI because of its importance in their various responsibilities. The concept explained in relation to whether EI is an art or a science is linked to its role in leadership and managerial success. Specifically, there are different applications of EI in management and leadership positions; therefore, the focus of the paper is narrowing down the different applications of EI in an organizational environment. There are leadership skills, such as affiliative leaders who show EI competencies including empathy, building relationships, and communication. Such skills are deemed very essential in understanding the organizational environment.  However, there is a need for an empirical study that will unearth the most effective EI skills and competencies that enable a leader to find out more about situations and adjust quickly. The goal of the leader is to attain the desired results, hence they should react quickly and in the right manner.Literature Review Psychologists first coined the concept of emotional intelligence in 1990s; however, it gradually spread to other fields such as education, business, and popular cultures. Among the leading researchers on the topic as Salovey and Mayer, who defined EI as ability to understand and recognize individual’s and others’ emotions (Cherry, 2019). According to Cherry (2019) emotional intelligence is applied in understanding situations, making decisions, solving problems and communicating with others. Emotional intelligence is segregated in four levels namely reasoning with emotions, perceiving with emotions, managing with emotions, and understanding with emotions (Cherry, 2019). Empirical studies have shown that emotional intelligence is different from general intelligence because EI helps in explaining individual differences (Zeider, Matthews, & Roberts, 2008). Based on the EI concept, it is still unclear whether EI is cognitive or non –cognitive or whether it is implicit or explicit knowledge. In addition, it is also unclear whether EI refers to the cultural and social milieu or whether it is a basic aptitude. According to Zeider, Matthews, and Roberts (2008), EI is multifaceted in nature; therefore, it should be evaluate from different perspectives. Based on this understanding, EI can be measured using different constructs. The psychometric scales are scientific in nature because they adhere to certain principles that make EI a science. However, artists argue that EI is an art because it depends on the cultural and social milieus. According to Kaufmaan and Beghetto (2009) EI, which is an aspect of emotion helps individuals to navigate through the challenges of creative works. In fact, it is argued that one of the ways of increasing EI is engaging with the arts, and appreciating art is daily and professional engagements. Creative ideas and products may be performances, films, or items created. That means as individuals continue engaging with the arts, they develop emotionally and become intelligent (Morris, Urbaniski & Fuller, 2005). As such, EI is an art because it sometimes adheres to the social and cultural norms that are gradually altered with time. As noted, EI is both a science and an art. EI is applicable in processes that are about understanding situations, making decisions, and solving problems (Cherry, 2019). It indicates that EI enables a leader to learn more about a situation and become oriented to the issue or the problem that is being faced.  While involving bank workers, Mohona Biswas, Shameema Ferdausy, and Sahidur Rahman (2017) found out that the EI components such as; self-awareness, self-regulation, and social skills have a positive correlation with problem-solving. They showed that a person with the skills is able to identify challenges and can design strategies to address them. They added that business organizations should focus on improving the workers’ EI skills for them to become better at solving major issues and problems. Biswas, Ferdausy, and Rahman (2017) emphasized on the importance of the skills in the evaluation of a problem before it can be addressed. They asserted that skills, such as social skills enable a person to establish teams and support systems that can help with the identification of issues leading to a particular problem. The researchers make it clear that a leader cannot learn about the problems and issues on their own, hence it is important they exhibit skills that create a support system that enables them evaluate issues fast and efficiently. These findings are consistent with those showed by Zahra Arefnasab, Hosein Zare, and Abdolreza Babamahmoodi (2012). The researchers showed that individuals with a high level of EI were better at solving problems when compared to those with low EI. The authors also showed that individuals with a high EI level exhibited insight when solving a problem. It means that they could understand the underlying issues that led to the problem and could work with teams that helped address the problems.Underlying EI competencies are depicted as core skills that enable a person to solve a particular problem. A majority of the research studies do not pay attention to the specific leadership skills, but on the core skills under EI that helps a party solve a certain problem. Raquel Gilar-Corbi et al., (2019) shows that managers with EI skills such as listening and communication skills are likely to solve many problems that are experienced during the performance. The authors stressed on the importance of learning and understanding the problem before planning on how to address it. They added that such processes are usually influenced by the relations a leader or a manager has established with colleagues and the junior workers. The EI skills are essential in the establishment of such relations. The existing literature does not clearly examine the leadership styles that individuals can adopt in order to learn more about the presenting situations. However, the literature shows that a manager or a leader needs to establish effective interactions with individuals and teams that serve as a support system for understanding a particular situation. In most cases, the manager is not available in every section, hence may have difficulties understanding a situation (Flynn, 2008). When working on their own, they will need to spend much time learning about a situation, which may subsequently impact their overall effectiveness and efficiency (Osmani & Maliqi, 2012). However, such an issue can be addressed by styles such as affiliative leadership, which has underlying EI competencies, such as empathy, communication skills, and building relationships (Goleman, 2000). It enables the leader to establish and sustain interpersonal relationships that are geared towards better and improved performance as well as problem solving. From the literature, such an approach is considered overall important in understanding and providing solutions to issues experienced by leaders and managers. In relation to the work environments, managing people is both a science and an art. As noted, it is a science because managers or leaders have to analyze the situation before making some management decisions. Management is evaluated based on how it increases the effectiveness and performance of the organization; therefore, effective managers will learn to control and influence the emotions of their followers in order to success. Different techniques may be used to influence emotions. According to Goleman (2011) management of people is characterized by challenges that include emotional distress; however, managers should continuously motivate their employees in order to increase performance. SummaryAccording to different authors reviewed, emotional intelligence is both an art and a science. An art because of inability to be guided by specific principles and rules; however, it is a science because its effects can be proven in different settings. The different levels of emotional intelligence influence different aspects of an individual. For instance emotions and moods such as fear, anger, and happiness influence how individuals behave and make decisions. In leadership and managerial positions, the continuous interactions with followers and subordinates may trigger different contrasting emotions due to the differences in interactions (Goleman 2011). However, an effective leader should be emotionally intelligent to control, manage his or her own emotions, and influence the emotions of the followers so that it does not negatively affect their performance at any given time. That means emotional intelligence is important in workplaces in a number of ways; first it enhances communication skills and relationships in workplaces. Leaders and managers with high emotional intelligence are good at solving conflicts, making better decisions, responding to constructive criticism and maintaining composure while under pressure. To learn about situations and address the various issues and problems, a manager or a leader needs to exhibit certain competencies under the EI. The working environment has become too diverse and complex, meaning a manager may not necessarily make follow-ups and learn about the specific aspects of performance. They need to work with teams that not only provide support but also insights that can be acted on. Such a culture can only be accomplished if the leaders can establish strong and goal-oriented relationships with their colleagues and subjects. Going forward, it is a consideration that should be made by the modern business organizationsNotably, the ability to control and manage others’ and ones’ emotions can be acquired through learning the different categories of emotional intelligence. For example, an individual who learns about motivation, which is one of the categories of EI focuses on achieving the specified goals for their own sake. In workplaces, such individuals do not need to be extrinsically motivated by material or non-material benefits in order to work. One of the ways of enhancing motivation is learning to focus on what is appealing in the work, and learning to maintain positive attitude among others. ReferencesArefnasab, Z., Zare, H., & Babamahmoodi, A. (2012). Emotional Intelligence and Problem Solving Strategy: Comparative Study Basedon “Tower of Hanoi” Test. Iranian Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 6(2), 62-68.Biswas, M., Rahman, S., & Ferdausy, S. (2017). Role of Emotional Intelligence in Solving Problems in the Private Commercial Banks of Bangladesh. The Comilla University Journal of Business Studies 4(1), 51-66. Cherry, K (2019). Utilizing Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace. Web. Accessed on 8/2/2020. Drigas, A and Papoutsi, C (2019). Emotional Intelligence as an Important Asset for HR in Organizations: Leaders and Employees. International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning-iJAC, 12(1), pp. 58-66. Doi: 10.3991/ijac.v12i1.9637. Flynn, G. (2008). Leadership and Business Ethics. New York, NY: Springer.Gilar-Corbi, R., Pozo-Rico , T., Sánchez, B., & Castejón, J. (2019). Can emotional intelligence be improved? A randomized experimental study of a business-oriented EI training program for senior managers. PLoS ONE 14(10), e0224254.Goleman, D (2011). HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Managing People. 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Editchallenges

Challenge 1.2B: Identifying an Organization’s StrategyIt is important to understand the difference between marketing activities and a product. Marketing activity is, ways for businesses to build brand awareness. In a society as competitive and technology advanced as today’s, it is important for a business to stay on top of marketing activities to beat competitors. With that said, business marketing activities should always be as unique as possible, to be able to differentiate themselves from other businesses. Good examples of marketing activities in business consist of, Website, engine optimization, and print materials, such as business cards. Product marketing is when marketers try to sell specific products to a customer. In product marketing the company’s work to find ways to attract the customer to the product and why they should buy it. The difference between Marketing activities and product marketing, is simply that product marketing refers to trying to raise consumer awareness toward a specific product, Vs. marketing activities, where they are trying to raise awareness towards a specific business.In order to become a successful marketer in today’s society, you must understand a company’s interface step by step clearly. A company’s interface is what ultimately leads the company to achieve success because, without customer loyalty, your company is nothing. Every company has a different interface step or way to bond with their customers. Customer feedback is the most important thing to understand. Working jobs that involve extreme customer service, I have come to the understanding that the customer is always first. The interface step in a company is without a doubt a way for the company to assure the consumers how valuable their opinions, feedback, and loyalty is.I choose Starbucks as the company whose marketing activities I will be discussing. To start off, the reason I chose this company is because I am extremely familiar with it, to the point where I am one of their loyalty rewards program members. Starbucks isn’t like any other coffee shop, they’re more than just a coffee shop. They follow marketing activities through social media, advertisements, rewards programs, and the mobile app. Let’s start with the Starbucks mobile app. The app starts off by greeting you with your first name, depending on what time of the day it is. They have everything from inbox messages, to history, to music, to your rewards, and a menu. The most important part being the rewards, for every drink you purchase with the mobile app, you gain points. After you gain a certain amount of points you obtain rewards such as a free drink, or a free food item. I can’t think of a better example than the Starbucks mobile app that represents the interface. To continue, when you walk into your local Starbucks, mine being in Fair Lawn, NJ the employees are extremely friendly. The way they differentiate themselves from competitors such as Dunkin, is that they greet you by name. I am there so often when I walk in they call me by my first name and almost every employee knows my order by heart. Lastly, Starbucks is known for its ambiance. Aside from the incredible service, they have seating, such as comfortable couches where most people lounge and get business work done or schoolwork. People hang out for hours, whether it’s a coffee date or just lounging.These marketing activities translate into making the customer have the best coffee experience ever. The customer isn’t just going out to buy just a cup of coffee. The coffee varieties, iced drinks, juices, ambiance, and mobile app, make the customer feel important and builds that customer relationship.I do think Starbucks’s marketing activities make a difference in the marketplace. Starbucks does better than its competitors because even though their prices are expensive in comparison to Dunkin’s, their interface towards the customer makes up for it. People don’t mind spending the money when Starbuck’s interface steps make them feel important. Challenge 1.3 A: Creative Thinking Association of Immigrant kids Association of coffee and burgers Association of shopping and learningIt’s 2020, it is no surprise that immigration is one of the biggest debates/issues in America. With families coming from all over the world, whether it was centuries ago, or years ago, everyone deserves to live the American dream; Because after all, America is the best country in the world, isn’t it? America offers opportunities that most of the other countries don’t! Let’s start off with The Association of Immigrant kids. I’m sure everyone is familiar with the detention camps that exist in some states of the U.S. in these detention camps kids who’s parents got deported are held. Have you ever stopped to think about the kids? Realistically, they would be there until it’s decided what is happening to the parents, which could take weeks, months, years? In the association of immigrant kids, these kids are offered a chance at continuing life by being put into the association of immigrant kids foster home. In this foster home, the immigrant kids live a normal foster life, like regular foster homes. Next, they could be adopted by regular American families, with no problem. To help the association of immigrant kids reaches it’s success, we have created the association of immigrant kids tag cards. Each immigrant kid obtains a “Tag Card”. The tag card is a different color for each age group. For example, if you are in the age group of 5-10, the tag card is baby blue. If you are in the age group 11-16, your tag card is the color green, etc. Each tag card consists of first name, country of birth, birthday, and their “American Dream”.Next, we have the association of coffee and burgers. Who doesn’t love coffee and burgers, but the two together sound weird, don’t they? This association consists of coffee and burger lovers who made these two weird food options come together! This association will provide coffee bean burger options. The burgers consists of any topping and ingredients that can be added to be your burger with the “ Secret coffee bean rub”. This rub sauce is what gives your burger the coffee , rich like taste. For this association, the service category of advertising will be an open house taste like event. In this event, the people are invited to try a million different coffee options, for example, Dark Roast. Once they select the coffee option of their choice, they blend the beans into a sauce like food item, and apply it to their choice of build their own burger.Last but not least, the association of shopping and learning, every person’s dream. This association consists of an online website or Phone Application you can simply download. It works like this, you upload your study questions, or homework onto the app. Once you download it, the app keeps track of your homework progress. Once you have uploaded your assignment, it will bring you to the option of uploading any link you want that brings you to the shopping website. This is the trick, any item you click to view, or add to cart, brings you back to your homework to complete. Every time you complete a question or assignment, you gain coupons and promotion codes toward your shopping cart. Furthermore, the system will not let you check out to pay, until you have completed the entire assignment. What better way to avoid procrastinating by rewarding yourself with a little shopping? In order to gain access to this website/app, you must fill out the online application that proves you are a full-time student, called “Shopping for an education.” it is free and available at any computer lab on your campus. You could also obtain the link to the application by donating clothing items you don’t wear anymore to the less fortunate.The connection between part A and part B, is that an association cannot simply function without advertising strategies or promotional products that will help the association gain recognition.Challenge 1.3B: Divergent thinkingBallons aren’t items that cross your mind on a daily basis, but if you put some thought into them, they could actually be used in many different ways! The balloon invitation card, the balloon is attached to the front of the invitation card, and once you blow it up, you could visibly see the writing to the event you are officially being invited to. If you are feeling creative and don’t want to spend money, you could create balloon ornaments for your Christmas tree! Simply pick up white balloons, or color of your choice, blow them up, decorate, and hang on your christmas tree. For example, balloon snowballs. If you are a person who deals with anxiety on a day to day basis, what better way to release all that stress, than by letting it all out on emotional stress ball balloons. You add sand or small grains into a balloon, draw faces of how your feeling at the moment, and massage the balloon until your anxiety and stress levels begin to lower. You could use balloons as a decorative cheap way for a wedding event. All you have to do is blow up some champagne color like balloons, with attached white strings, and with a clip and hang photos of the newlywed couple, or family and friends memories. People injure themselves every day, often we break or hurt something and want to apply an ice pack or some frozen green beans to help the pain and swell go down. How about some reusable balloon ice packs? Simply create water balloons, freeze them, and ready to use! Throwing a party and want a pinata? How about a water balloon pinata on a hot summer day! One of the first things that come to my mind when I think of balloons are gender reveal parties. Ballons come useful when revealing the gender of a baby. Simply choose pink or blue balloons, fill them with pink or blue strings, and then pop them to reveal the gender of your baby. Feeling in need of a workout, but want to add a little fun? How about filling balloons with sand or something grainy that will make them heavy, and using them in different ways for your work out. Traveling and can’t afford the expensive neck pillows? How about filling balloons with grains, and using it as a neck pillow for your travels, or to simply relax your neck at home. Want to surprise your partner, but are over the roses floating in the bathtub idea? How about red balloons blown up floating in the bathtub to keep the romance but make it fun as well?To conclude, balloons can be used in many many different ways, as long as you diverse your thinking and think creatively. When using the powerful human mind to really think, you’d be surprised by the things you could come up with.Challenge 2.1B: Appropriating conceptsThe human mind has always been an interesting topic for me. The study of psychology consists of analyzing human behavior, and mental processes. In other words, psychology is the study of how our minds work, why humans have different personalities, why we act the way we do, and what causes our brains to be able to think and feel the way we do about things, and people. There are many psychologists that studied the behaviors of humans, and as an outcome discovered that psychology is strongly dependent on behaviorism. Behaviorism is the study of human behavior, how humans react. How the mind is triggered by memories, or why humans have impulses to do what we do. It is fair to say, nobody really actually knows what the human brain is capable of. What we do know, is that the behaviors of humans and the brain can be studied in many different ways. For example, surveys, questionnaires, interviews, that help understand the type of person you are and what kind of personality you have. As well as in-depth testing of the brain, that helps cognitive psychologists understand how and why our brain reacts to certain things. For example, MRIs. MRI testing allows researchers to see a clear picture of our brain, to help them understand how our brain reacts to a specific stimulus, and how these different reactions affect a person’s health, personality, and behavior.The question I believe was used to generate the concept of psychology in general ( there are many different types of psychology, such as evolutionary psychology, ), is “ Did human evolution really come off monkeys?”. Some evolution theories say that humans and monkeys share common ancestors, and that’s why we are so alike. The theory stands to be that we evolved from extinct apes and not monkeys. Although, our shared genes with monkeys, do indicate that we shared a common ancestor, which is why they have many similarities to us. I believe this question is what leads to the study of psychology, because in order to be able to study human behavior and the human brain, the first question that would come to mind from the start is, well, where did we evolve from? How?Psychology can be as broad as your mindsets it to be. Realistically, none of us have proof of watching the first human being evolve. It can be so broad that I can’t help to think how religion wouldn’t also get involved. For example, if you are Catholic, you believe in Jesus and God. The story goes, Adam and Eve ate the apple, and as a punishment that’s how the bad and sins were created. Which is why you’ve probably heard many say that “ We are all brothers and sisters”. To generate another question of this topic is : “ Well, where did Adam and Eve evolve from?” It all goes back to if we are all related somehow, does it lead back to that ancestor we all have in common? But, if Adam and Eve were the first “ humans” on earth, then what about the ones before them? Psychology is tricky because now we are connecting science and religion. To answer this question, you first have to understand that there is no exact or correct answer because nobody really knows. This is more of a faith believing topic. My answer would lead back to how we evolved from apes and the common ancestor we share with monkeys. But if you are a religious person such as myself, you believe that the universe was first nothing, and some how God created everything himself, and put Adam and Eve as the first two people one earth.To end this topic, it all comes down to, whether you believe in faith and god, or science. Did we really evolve from common ancestor to apes? Were Adam and Eve the first two humans on earth?Challenge 2.2: Appropiating Satisfaction in a Customer Situation:Customer satisfaction is essentially how the customer feels after visiting your company, or their feelings towards a specific industry. Ideally, in order for a business to succeed in the industry, customer satisfaction should be high. Customer satisfaction is what keeps the customers coming back. In order to understand the customer’s expectation’s better in the business marketing world, we refer back to the Expectancy Disconfirmation Model of Satisfaction. The model explains how the customer’s mind works. Consumers compare their initial expectations of ideal value, VS. their perception of real value, after they have purchased or consumed the product of service. Ideally, a consumer is comparing their theory of how they would like their customer satisfaction experience to go, to how it actually went, to better understand this, the Expectancy Disconfirmation Model of Satisfaction plays a huge role.Over time, the customer’s expectations have been built up over time which is as followed: The firm’s most recent communications (mainly advertising and promotional deals), The firm’s brand image (which is the aggregate of its long-term communication efforts), Word-of-mouth (WOM) communication from other people (possibly also including salespeople), External media reports, online reviews, and information, and The customer’s previous experiences with the firm.Referring back to the customer’s expectations, firms have the power of being able to control communications and brand image. What they don’t have control of is social media platforms. Yes, firms control what they decide to put out to the public about their brand, company, or industry, but what the consumers comment and how they react, cannot be controlled. This is a huge disadvantage for any industry when discussing customer satisfaction. Realistically, most consumers will hide behind a keyboard and complain about why they are dissatisfied than saying it in person. As for the perception of the actually delivered value, it consists of: Overall product/service quality (that is, how well it worked, how easy was it, enjoyment, benefits received, and so on), Interaction and relationships with staff, The service experience and process, Perceived value for money, and Perceived image and social status received (that is, was the customer’s self-esteem enhanced by becoming a customer of the firm – an example here would be becoming a customer of a private bank). The three boxes at the bottom of the model, represent if overall, the customer was satisfied, or dissatisfied.An industry that is noted for customer dissatisfaction is the Airlines industry. The customers are not satisfied and with the help of social media, the airline industry is now ranked as one of the top five industries with the lowest rank on customer satisfaction. Airlines have been ranked at 20%, which places them at the bottom amongst other companies for low customer satisfaction. The customer’s expectations consist of getting cheap fare tickets and expecting high-quality customer service. Avoiding extra free charges, such as charging for an extra bag aside from carry on. Enough seat width, flexibility to change flights without extra fare charges. Based on customers actual experiences, everything they wanted turned out to be opposite. Cheap fare tickets are availabla for cheap airlines, such as Spirit airlines. Spirit is known to be one of the worse airlines. Due to lack of customer service, because it’s already a cheap flight and air line to begin with. Flight attendants then think it’s fair customers don’t get good service. I myself, have been on a Spirit flight before, and they charge you for regular room temperature water! They only give you free water, if its hot. Water should always be free! They also have the tightest seats, with no room to even stretch. On top of this, customer’s main complaint with any airline in general, is extra charges for anything but a carry on. As well as extra charging fee for flight changes. The worst is, when something goes wrong with the flight, and you need another flight, most airlines do NOT refund you. Airlines should make all customers their number one priority, no matter how “cheap” the airline is. After all, you are on a plane for hours long.Marketing Challenge 2.5: The First Step- Recognizing the Obstacles:A marketing problem I believe to be difficult is the control of the business over social media. With the amount of social media we phase today, it could be quite overwhelming for marketers to deal with it. In order for a new business to reach success, social media would need to play a huge part. Today’s generation lives off Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat. If your new business fails at making themselves known through these social media platforms, then success might be out of the question. Marketers could often stress themselves out over this, because believe it or not, it is hard to keep up. Thinking of the right marketing tactics to attract our generation could be quite difficult. What I could think of to help this issue, is to hire sponsors, such as celebrities or social media influencers. Social media influencers are known for being extremely popular on social media. The marketer could easily sponsor them and pay them to promote the business social media platform, to make them known.Initially, I thought this is a huge problem all businesses deal with today, but after putting two and two together, the solution was pretty easy and reasonable. That is what social media influencers are for anyway, to promote products, businesses, and brands. It is their job to know these social media platforms like the back of their hand. This makes it easier for marketers to focus on other areas of the business.This problem seems to do a lot with the fact that this generation is all about technology and social media, and within time, it will only get worse.Marketing Challenge 2.6: Innovation and The ObstaclesA new service that I think would be a success is Uber drivers, but for shopping. They now have Uber eats, which consists of the driver picking up food from the restaurant and dropping it off to the customer’s house. This new service would be similar, but for shopping. The name of this new service would be called Uber Shops. The customer would pick stores in the mall, and add items they are buying to their cart, and provide their credit card info. Once the order has been placed, the uber shops app contacts a driver to physically pick up the bags from the store, and then deliver it.I did not think this was difficult because Uber eats has evolved from being taxi drivers, to uber eats, uber shops would be the next big step for them. I could really see this type of service becoming a reality. Everybody online shops nowadays and barely goes to shop in person at the malls. This would be convenient for both the driver and the customerChallenge 3.1B: Sources of Power for Winning      Apple is one of the many companies that uses power as their basis for competing. In porters 5 forces model of competition he talks about power, as the ability that customers have to drive prices lower or their level of power in general. This all depends on how many buyers or consumers the company has, and how significant each customer is. Apple gives the consumer the feeling of feeling empowered by coming out with new products pretty much every year. For example, the Iphones. A consumer who has its loyalty to Apple, will upgrade to that new iphone every time it comes out, no matter the price. Apple has ways of getting these loyal consumers to purchase the new Iphone’s fow a lower price. Vs consumers who arent Apple’s loyal customers. For example, somebody who is buying a brand new iphone from apple and has no history or anything with them, would pay the full price for the iphone, which typically ranges from $500-1,000. Vs an apple loyal consumer, who can trade in their old Iphone in exchange for the new one for only $100. Or if an apple loyal consumer has an upgrade, all they would have to do, is pay the taxes for the new phone which is around $40. Not only is the consumer happy, but so is Apple. This process keeps the consumer satisfied and coming back. Another example is the deal apple has for apple loyal consumers who buy a Macbook laptop. Any student who buy a macbook, gets a free pair of beats headphones. Apple knows how to make the consumer feel valuable. When the consumer purchases that new product, they feel like they fit in with the rest of the world. And in comparison to people who for example, own samsungs or androds ( apples biggest competitor’s) they feel entitled over them. It’s almost like to own an apple device is a luxury. Owning an Iphone also comes with perks and benefits, such as getitng Imessages to your Macbook laptop from your iphone, icloud storage, and Itunes. The apple company will not go out of business any time soon, no matter how expesive they are, because they know how to keep the consumer satisfied, and that’s the key to success.Challenge 4.1: Identifying a Target Market: Starting with the problem Crafting better advertisement Defining customers characteristics Primary target Studying current customers Researching industry publications Who buys and why? Who does your competitor target? What are you selling and what makes it unique? Identifying what a customer would want to buyChallenge 4.3: Self-Selection Segmenting:Three different companies that use the self segmenting strategy are, sprint, sephora, and amazon. Companies use the self-selection process by making it easier for the consumer to shop, not only that but it makes them feel more comfortable and valued. Self selection process avoids generalized questions, such as who are you, or what are you shopping for. Once brought to the company’s website, the self selection process speeds the shopping process and makes it easier for the consumer over all.Starting off with Sprint, the second you open their website a message from sprint automatically pops up asking the consumer to select an option as to why they are here. They ask if you are a business customer, a sprint member or not, or looking to manager your account. Sprint targets customers they know have shopped with them before by showing a pop up that says “Welcome back”, and allows an exit option for consumers who have accdidentally ended up on the website. They also provide a “Not a customer?” link to make it easier for the consumer to decide what to do. Ads such as, “ This Iphone is only $200” are blocked out for loyal Sprint customers, and purposely pop up for non customers.Sephora uses the self selection process as well on their website. To start off, sephora has a beauty insider rewards program. So if you are a member, the second you enter the website you know exactly how to shop. Through activity based profiling, the website aids personalization by tracking links the consumer has looked at before, and therefore shows items they believe the consumer would be interested in. sephora’s beauty insider profile, collects the customers information. Such as, birth date, tone of foundation, skin type, hair color, etc. so that the next time the consumer shops, everyhting is saved and products that wouldn’t befenit you will not be shown. Sephora uses this information to populate the “ Recommended for you” message.As for Amazon, not only are they one of the biggest retail companies online, but they also do self segmentation. They serve personalized recommendations, and is one of the only sites that carries a built in feedback tool to control results of your search. Customers can express whether they like or dont like a product, are interested, or already own it.I think the self segmenation process Sephora’s beauty insider website uses is the most effective. Women are very particular about what producs they put on their face, so the fact that they can shop based on personalized information, makes it much easier and keeps the customer content. Not only that, but the rewards they offer are also great, and you can also earn points for every dollar you spend!Challenge 4.4: Predictive AnalyticsPredictive analytics is the use of data techniques that help identify the likelihood of future purchases or outcomes, all depending on your history search. Many companies are using predictive analytics as an advantage to help their future grow and gain more consumers. Predictive analytics helps organizations, grow volumes and types of data, and using data to project valuable information.Predictive analytics has the perks of detecting fraud, optimizing marketing campaigns, improving operations, and reducing risk.Companies such as, banking and financial services, oil gas and utilities, retail, health insurance, government and the public sector use predictive analytics.Predictive analytics uses marketing strategies such as, deliver higher quality prospect to sales, more impactful marketing campaigns, and optomize loyalty

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Full Title of Your PaperLearner’s Full Name (no credentials)Capella UniversityAbstractLeave this blank until Chapter 4.It is necessary to complete the abstract after the entire project has been developed.  The abstract contains an abbreviated overview of the entire project. This overview will reference the following elements of the project:The Research Question_________________________________ The Research Problem: _____________________________________The Significance of the Study:_______________________________Theory or theories that apply to the concepts associated with the RQ:________________A Narrative describing the qualitative approach planned, implications for stakeholders, significance to the scientific community, and a description of expected results. The abstract is one concise paragraph.Keywords: [Add keywords here.]Table of ContentsCHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………………………. 1Background of the Study…………………………………………………………………………….. 1Statement of the Problem……………………………………………………………………………. 1Purpose of the Study…………………………………………………………………………………… 1Significance of the Study……………………………………………………………………………. 1Research Question……………………………………………………………………………………… 1Definition of Terms……………………………………………………………………………………. 1Research Design………………………………………………………………………………………… 1Summary…………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1CHAPTER 2. LITERATURE REVIEW………………………………………………………………….. 1Theoretical Orientation for the Study……………………………………………………………. 1Review of the Literature……………………………………………………………………………… 1Synthesis of the Research Findings………………………………………………………………. 1Critique of Previous Research Methods………………………………………………………… 1Summary…………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1CHAPTER 3. METHODOLOGY…………………………………………………………………………… 1Purpose of the Study…………………………………………………………………………………… 1Research Question……………………………………………………………………………………… 1Target Population………………………………………………………………………………………. 1Recruitment Strategy………………………………………………………………………………….. 1Sampling Design (purposive for qualitative) ………………………………………………… 1Procedure………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1Analysis……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1Ethical Considerations………………………………………………………………………………… 1CHAPTER 4. EXPECTED FINDINGS/RESULTS………………………………………………….. 1CHAPTER 5. DISCUSSION…………………………………………………………………………………. 1Implications………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1Methodological Strengths and Weaknesses…………………………………………………… 1Suggestions for Future Research………………………………………………………………….. 1CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTIONAn introduction is a needed section in this chapter. I am sure some of what you put into your background section could be placed here. You want to give a general overview of what you are writing about. What is known so far; what information do we not know; address what themes will be identified in the lit review; qualitative or quantitative; summarize what you should find……remember this is an introduction so all of this information should be brief. This section should not be more than 1 page.Mental illness is one of the largest disabilities people face in the world. According to (What is Mental Illness, 2017), a mental illness is a disease of the brain that causes mild to severe disturbances in thought and/or behavior, resulting in an inability to cope with life’s ordinary demands and routines. What is Mental Illness (2017), also reports that there are more than 200 classified forms of mental illnesses. A few of the more common mental illnesses are depression, bipolar disorder, dementia, schizophrenia and anxiety disorders (What is Mental Illness, 2017). The topic of mental illness needs to be researched more because there can never be enough information on the subject. Since this is a worldwide issue, new information can help others develop new treatment plans, strategies, and even new medications that would be able to ease the stress of families that are caring for a person who suffers from any one of these diseases. The purpose of this research is to find out how families of different cultures cope with mental illnesses. The information provided may be very helpful for others to learn new ways from other cultures on effective ways to deal with some mental illnesses in a new way. This research will conduct qualitative methods to gather important information. The end results should provide important information on how families from different cultures deals with mental illnesses amongst family members. [Note, the Final draft of Chapter 1 is typically written after the entire project has been completed and just prior to the Abstract. It is completed in assignment 4 and includes a description of the research problem and an explanation that describes how the research problem led to the current research question. In the introduction you will summarize briefly what is known so far about the phenomena under investigation; describe what needs to be known in order to advance the knowledge base; address briefly the major themes identified in the literature review; summarize the design approach, identify whether it is qualitative or quantitative; summarize briefly the expected results; summarize implications for the research community; and apply ethical principles and standards of psychology to the research proposal. The introduction section is added before the Background of the Study.  It is important to understand that the project is iterative. You will work on, change and refine all elements of the project. In your initial submission, begin to provide an evidence-based rationale for each of the sections listed below.]                                Background of the StudyThis is were you dig into the previous research and your topic. What do we already know? Basically, what led you to your choses topic; what is the history behind your chosen topic?More than 60 million Americans have a mental illness (What is Mental Illness, 2017). This affects one in four adults and one in five children (What is Mental Illness, 2017).  Research has proven that mental illnesses can be triggered by many different factors such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease (What is Mental Illness, 2017). Mental illness and mental health in general are influenced by the mixture of biological and hereditary causes, psychology and culture (Andrade, 2017). Reactions to environmental stresses, genetic factors, biochemical imbalances can also be the cause of one’s mental illness (Andrade, 2017). Mental illness affects the way people live their lives and has a huge impact on the way they view themselves as a person. Some people can’t care for themselves and must depend on someone, such as a family member, to help them. How does this illness affect the caregiver? Caring for anyone that is sick can be a hard task but caring for someone who has a mental illness such as bipolar disorder can be very challenging. When caring for a loved one, people tend to put everything else aside and make that person their focus point. At what point is this a bad thing? What do we know so far about the area of the literature that you reviewed?It is known that mental illness can affect a person’s life physically and mentally causing them to need care and support from others. Without the right support, the caregiver may become overwhelmed and frustrated at the person they are providing the care for. What do you think we need to know to advance the knowledge base?More research needs to be conducted on how families and caregivers can balance and cope with the daily tasks of caring for someone with a mental illness. How will this new knowledge serve the stakeholders (scientists, care providers, families, patients, institutions) that may in turn be served by implementation of new developments?This new information can be used to help families and caregivers formulate new and old strategies of providing care for someone who suffers from mental illnesses. This new information may help someone who has been struggling finally see there are ways of coping with taking care of the individual and maintaining their own sanity. Statement of the ProblemThe ideal outline here is (this is not word for word) …. We know that mental illness is a large disease that affects millions across the world__________________, we know that families and caregivers struggle to provide the necessary care for people struggling with mental illnesses while also trying to maintain their own health_____________________, we don’t know how families from different cultures cope with family members who suffer from mental illnesses__________________Identify the gap in research or the need for additional research in your area.The need for additional research in mental health is needed because this subject will never get old and there needs to be new and accurate information available for others to relay on when looking for help. Some mental illnesses can be controlled with therapy and medications, but they are no cures (NIH, 2007). Just like any other illness, people search for answers. There can never be enough information posted and researched. Additional research can provide that glimmer of hope for a family that is looking for a guide when taking care of their loved one.  Purpose of the StudyThis is the “why”. Here you want to state your case and try to convince the reader why we need to research this thing. Why do we need to research this? Are you resolving a problem with previous research? Are you extending a theory? Are you solving a social problem?Mental health studies save lives, relieves serious anxiety and increases quality of life. This research is being carried out because we see to many cases of families falling out over the care of their loved ones. Families are in distress because they don’t know how to balance the care of their loved ones and themselves.  Caregivers are going into depression because they don’t fully understand the disease this person is dealing with and they are taking the situation person. Researchers need to understand the problems families and caregivers face when dealing with these issues. Adding more research to what is already known will provide people with more options and hopeful see a better outcome of mental health support amongst families. Why does the problem deserve new research?Are you resolving inconsistency in previous research? Extending the reach of a theory? Solving a social problem?Significance of the StudyThis is where we discuss the stakeholders; how will the research help there? How will what is known in this research contribute to scientific knowledge base we already have? Describe the significance of the proposed investigation by explaining how the results promise to advance the scientific knowledge base. In three sentences or more, explain how this inquiry is original.The provided information from the research will be able to give families and caregivers more information on ways they can cope with mental illness within their family. Mental health research can encourage societies and institutions to adapt more effectively to people with mental health issues, help educate their families, and to continue to build mentally stable communities.Research QuestionState question and whether qualitative or quantitativeArticulate whether the research question is a qualitative or a quantitative question and provide a rationale. For Qualitative research questions, include your constructs.Research question: How does families from different cultures deal with mental illnesses. The information used for this research paper will be formatted using the qualitative research method. Surveys, participants, documents, and different studies will be used to provide the needed information to gain more knowledge on this subject.  Definition of TermsDefine the terms as they will be used in your studyFor a qualitative study, the definition of terms should relate to how the participants should interpret the definitions.Mental illness- Mental illnesses are health conditions involving changes in emotion, thinking or behavior (or a combination of these) (What Is Mental Illness, n.d). Mental illnesses are associated with distress and/or problems functioning in social, work or family activities (What Is Mental Illness, n.d.).Qualitative research- Qualitative research is empirical research where the data are not in the form of numbers (McLeod, 2019). Qualitative researchers study things in their natural settings, attempting to make sense of, or interpret, phenomena in terms of the meanings people bring to them (McLeod, 2019).Research DesignThis is a qualitative study so how will you go about it? There are 5 designs associated with a qualitative method; which design will you be using (case study, grounded theory, etc). Talk about the design and why it fits your study. You will mention the relevant APA codes that will be followed in this study; but no details on how in this chapter. Discuss the method and how the question will be answered.  Be sure to make mention of the relevant APA Code of Ethics, but not how you intend to address them.  How you will address the codes and ensure they are adhered to will be covered in Chapter 3.SummaryAdd a brief summaryCHAPTER 2. LITERATURE REVIEWNote, this is typically the entry point for beginning the project. It is important to understand that the project is iterative. You will work on, change and refine all elements of the project. You will begin by understanding and synthesizing what is known so far in the Literature Review, (Chapter 2). Theoretical Orientation for the StudyThe Literature Review provides detailed information about theory that applies to the research topic, theory that applies to the research method, population(s) studied and key concepts under review. Seminal and current sources are analyzed and evaluated thematically. The research problem is identified. Review of the LiteratureIt is essential that the literature review be organized with reference to themes identified in articles that you have read. It is not acceptable to organize the literature review article by article or one article at a time. You need to include 5 or more current research articles for your literature review and review the research design, the research question, the research hypothesis, the sample demographics, the methodology and what instruments were given and how, the data collection and process, the data analysis procedures and the findings, the best practices and guidelines related to diversity and ethical issues. This is not an annotated bibliography. Synthesis of the Research FindingsSynthesize the research reviewed in the review of the literature section. Critique of Previous Research MethodsCritique the research reviewed in the review of the literature section. SummaryAdd a brief summaryCHAPTER 3. METHODOLOGYPurpose of the StudyThe introductory paragraph addresses the research problem or proposes to fill the gap in the literature. It includes the purpose of the proposed research and presents formally the Research Question.  The purpose is to answer the research question.  State your Research Question in the form of a question in the introductory paragraph for Chapter 3.  As you prepare this section of this chapter review the characteristics of Qualitative Research Questions: Qualitative Research questions ask for description and interpretation of phenomena through the identification of socially constructed themes and categories. Qualitative questions address concepts associated with thoughts, feelings, and actions that are not necessarily accessible with empirical methods of measurement. Qualitative data take the form of stories, narratives and observations. Qualitative questions identify the target population and phenomena under consideration. Qualitative questions do not test empirically measured data.Research Question Conclude the introductory paragraph to Chapter 3, by writing out the Research Question. Add your constructs. Target PopulationAs you describe the target population you will include:Information about the number of participants.Information about inclusion and exclusion criteria; describe how you decide who can participate in the study and who cannot.Recruitment strategySampling design (purposive for qualitative)ProcedureAs you describe the procedures you will include:Information about materials used for data collection.Information about the location where data collection takes placeInformation about the time required for data collectionInformation about the instruments used to collect data. Instruments used vary widely and can include audio and video recording equipment, pen and paper, interventions, observation journals, member-checking documents and so on, depending on the requirements indicated in the research question.Information about the order of steps taken to obtain data.Information about how data will be recorded and transferred into a transcript or documents, audio or video, ready for analysis.When using an interview guide or observation check sheet that is also included.AnalysisAnalysis describes strategies for analyzing the narratives offered by participants. Once the data has been transcribed into a format for interpretation, typically “words on the page”, and then it can be interpreted. Analysis uses strategies that interpret meaning components from words, phrases and narratives into interpreted conceptual descriptions across transcripts.Ethical ConsiderationsThe APA Code of Ethics that apply to your study and research design should be addressed, including both APA standard and principles. CHAPTER 4. EXPECTED FINDINGS/RESULTSFor the expected findings/results, use the literature reviewed in Chapter 2 To anticipate findings that are likely to result from the collection and interpretation of data. Note: that some results that are not expected are possible and should be addressed in this chapter.CHAPTER 5. DISCUSSIONImplicationsImplications of the potential results are discussed, implications for wide range of potential stakeholders is addressed, significance to the scientific community and the potential to address the research problem is discussed, limitations of the study are addressed, and suggestions for future research are offered.Methodological Strengths and WeaknessesSuggestions for Future ResearchThe suggestions for future research should close the gap on the methodological limitations. ReferencesMcLeod, S. A. (2019, July 30). Qualitative vs. quantitative research. Simply Psychology. https://www.simplypsychology.org/qualitative-quantitative.htmlNational Institutes of Health (US); Biological Sciences Curriculum Study. NIH Curriculum Supplement Series [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): National Institutes of Health (US); 2007. Information about Mental Illness and the Brain. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK20369/What is Mental Illness? (2017, December 18). Retrieved May 08, 2020, from https://www.triadmentalhealth.org/what-is-mental-illness/What Is Mental Illness? (n.d.). Retrieved May 10, 2020, from https://www.psychiatry.org/patients-families/what-is-mental-illness

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Lecture on Blum, Racism: What It Is And What It Isn’t& on Kelly and Roeder, Racial Cognition and the Ethics of Implicit BiasBlumThe subject matter of the present discussion is how we should communicate about racism – about our moral vocabulary.Blum starts his article by pointing out that not all racial problems are racist problems, or that not all racial wrongs are racist wrongs.  He is suggesting that we do a disservice to ourselves and to others if we do not keep this distinction in mind and if we do not employ it accordingly in our communication.  It would be a “cheapening of the moral force of the idea of ‘racism’”.In order to make this distinction between racial problems and racism, Blum defines racism accordingly.  Racism has two components.  One, inferiorization, and, two, antipathy.  A racist views or treats persons of another race as inferior – because of their race.  And, a racist hates or strongly dislikes persons of another race – because of their race.Blum points out that even though the two components are related, and often occur together, it is also possible for one to occur without the other.  Occurrence of one without the other is sufficient for racism to be taking place.  But, since racism is possible without one of these, neither one of the two elements is necessary for racism to be taking place.We can now go to Blum’s examples.  Blum gives us five examples to think about.Example one – a stereotype of black persons as intellectually inferior.  Blum’s analysis and conclusion – this stereotype is racist since it contains the first, inferiorization, element of racism.Example two – a stereotype of black persons as good dancers.  Blum’s analysis and conclusion –
this stereotype, as such, is not racist.  It is not racist – because it attributes a positive attribute to black persons.  Therefore, there is neither inferiorization nor racism here.  However, Blum’s analysis consists of two additional comments.  Comment one – the stereotype is still morally objectionable or immoral, in that it overgeneralizes about a group and blinds us to the internal diversity of the group.  This stereotype discourages us from treating members of the group as individuals.  This is a Kantian moral objection – individuals are not recognized as choosing for themselves to be and be seen as who they are but, rather, individuals are recognized in terms of who the person judging them chooses for them be seen and treated as.  Even though racism also commits this Kantian moral wrong (inferiorization and antipathy are also forms of misrecognition of who persons choose themselves to be), misrecognition as such is not racism – since misrecognition can occur without basis in race.  One can misrecognize persons on the basis of gender, eye color, profession, etc.  This blinding is also morally problematic from the standpoint of the principle of democracy – that, in order for democracy to function, we must encounter and be challenged by persons who are different than we are and hold views different from our own.Blum’s comment two – the stereotype is morally objectionable in that “good dancer” used to mean intellectually inferior in another historical context in the past.  However, this does not mean that that “good dancer” means the same in the present context.Example three.  Ms. Verano is a fourth grade white teacher who does not have many (if any) black friends, and does not feel comfortable with black parents.  She has racial anxiety – on the account that she fears that her communication may be misinterpreted by black persons as offensive without her intending to.  As a result, she is awkward, defensive and inattentive with black persons and does not effectively communicate with black parents in her class.  As a result, black children in her class are not as well guided as the white children, on the basis of the teacher’s feedback to the parents – and the education of the black children suffers.  I this sense, the black children are discriminated against in Ms. Verano’s class.  Blum’s analysis and conclusion – Verano is guilty of a racial wrong (since there is harm to the children and they are discriminated against) but not of racism (since Verano does not view or treat black persons as inferior or has antipathy toward them).  Verano has racial anxiety or racial discomfort – but is not a racist.  She is, of course, culpable for her racial anxiety, and must undertake steps to eliminate it, but she is not a racist and is not morally culpable for racism.Example four.  Teacher asks for a “black point of view” from a Haitian-American student in her class.  Here we have the same kind of racial homogenization as in the second example, and, it is morally wrong for the same reasons, but, again, it is not racist if the teacher does not view or treat black persons as inferior and does not have antipathy toward them on the basis of their race.Example five.  A skirmish was taking a place outside of a diner in Rhode Island, and Officer Young, a black off-duty policeman, stepped outside of the diner with his gun in an attempt to resolve the disorder.  Two white police officers arrived, and shot and killed Officer Young after they yelled for him to drop his weapon and he did not.  A worry arose that white person would not have been shot in such haste – and that Officer Young was a victim of racism.  Blum’s analysis and conclusion are as follows. There are strong reasons from the history of the two white officers that they neither view nor treat black persons with antipathy and inferiorization, and therefore they are not racists; since they are not racists in their motivation.  However, Blum concludes, there may still be racisminvolved – in the stereotype that links black persons with violence and by which the white officers were guided.  Many people are prey to such stereotypes without themselves being racists.The afterthought for the purposes of our class is that the source of racist stereotypes is, to a significant degree, communication.  We mean here both mass media that relies on such stereotypes – that we have seen discussed for us by Patterson and Wilkinson, as well as Murphy – ands our interpersonal communication.  For example, our jokes are frequently full of such stereotypes, but also other types of our interpersonal communication are also filled with such stereotypes.  We will look at the topic of racism in jokes shortly.  Meanwhile, let us also acknowledge, that Blum offers to us a possibility to reflect on racism in stereotypes due to his definition of racism, according to which not all racially discriminatory behavior is racist, and due to which we looked at racism beyond the motivation of persons, and, specifically, in stereotypes.Kelly & RoederOur interest in this Kelly and Roeder article comes insofar as we ask the following question with regard to the Blum article: what does it mean to say that a person is not racist in his motivation yet acts upon a racist stereotype?Kelly and Roeder appeal to a recognized phenomenon of snap judgments uncovered by experimental cognitive psychologists.  They are judgments that we rely on in our behavior and that we make “quickly, … without moderating influence of introspection and deliberation and often without conscious intention … relatively automatic processes.”  Snap judgments associate ideastogether – unconsciously, and without our control, as it were.  They are revealed by the Implicit Association Test – in which experimenters ask subjects to record very fast (before they have time to think) how they associate ideas.  These Implicit Association Tests revealed that one type of such associations that people in our society form is the Implicit Racial Bias.  One experimenter demonstrated the existence of what has come to be known as the Weapon Bias – a popular snap judgment many persons have by which they associate images of black people with images of weapons.  The Weapon Bias would explain the Officer Young incident analyzed by Blum with a conclusion that the white police officers were not racist yet they were prey to a racist stereotype.  They possessed the weapon bias and made a snap judgment on its basis that the black man with a gun (Officer Young) is a lethal threat.Like Blum, Kelly and Roeder attempted to think through whether a person is morally culpable for the implicit racial bias, or a stereotype, that they are prey to.  Like Blum, they concluded that the racist bias, stereotypes, and unconscious (or, in the language of cognitive psychology, “implicit”) attitudes are “morally wrong – and condemnable – but that the person himself cannot be blamed for having them.”The interesting thing about the Kelly and Roeder article is that they investigate the possibility of something like the Weapon Bias being “rational.”  What do they mean by rational here?  They mean that if a person has in fact been exposed to images and stories from which that conclusion follows, then it is rational for that person to draw that conclusion.  To this, Kelly and Roeder comment that even though the bias may be rational in the sense of logical inference, it is still morally reprehensible as it homogenizes and does not respect individuals as individuals.  We have seen Blum make this same Kantian criticism in his article in his example three.For the purposes of our class, it would make sense to point out that the data from which the carriers of Implicit Racial Bias derive their bias, is not necessarily one of their personal experience, or statistical in the rigorous scientific sense, but is likely originating from the images that we are bombarded by from mass media, and, perhaps even from the interpersonal communication in which  we participate.  Both of these sources of the Implicit Racial Bias are morally reprehensible and should be refrained from.

APA_6th_Edition_Template2018

NOTE: Please include your last name inthe filebefore submittingan assignment. For example, SmithD Week1 Assignment. The required word count for your papers applies to content only. The count does not include the title page, abstract, or references page. Delete these directions before submitting your final paper. 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A sample reference page is included below and includes special spacing and formatting.  The examples are taken directly from the APA manual.Typing Template for APA PapersStudent NameUniversityCourseDateAbstract (not required for this paper)An abstract is a brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of a paper (American Psychological Association, 2001) that runs a maximum of 120 words. It should contain a synopsis of the points in the paper, but also be readable and well organized. To use this page of the template, simply delete this paragraph and start typing. The formatting should stay the same.First Heading (Introduction or Title of Paper)The heading above would be used if you want to have your paper divided into sections based on content. This is the first level of heading, and it is centered and bolded with each word of four letters or more capitalized. The heading should be a short descriptor of the section. 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Beginning the assistant principalship: A practical guide for new school administrators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.Herbst-Damm, K. L., & Kulik, J. A. (2005). Volunteer support, marital status, and the survival times of terminally ill patients. Health Psychology, 24, 225-229. doi:10.1037/0278-6133.24.2.225Investopedia. (2016). Fair market value. Investopedia Dictionary. Retrieved from http://www.investopedia.com.Kernis, M. H., Cornell, D. P., Sun, C. R., Berry, A., Harlow, T., & Bach, J. S. (1993). There’s more to self-esteem than whether it is high or low: The importance of stability of self-esteem. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 65, 1190-1204.U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. (2003). Managing asthma: A guide for schools (NIH Publication No. 02-2650). 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AboredhaShirleyJacksonsTheLottery

Student’s NameInstructor Course Date Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery”“The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson is narrated from an objective, third-person point of view. The author has been positioned as externally from the story and is not involved in the proceedings of the Lottery, and the Lottery exposes little on the feelings as well as the thoughts of the characters. The only way that the feelings and the thoughts of the characters can be known is through the description of their dialogue tags or even their behaviors in the story. The absence of the feelings, as well as the thoughts, creates a contract between the violence of the actions of the characters and their apparent civility, and the story takes a detached apathetic tone since the readers of the story do not know what they are thinking.  The readers of the story are not given the sense that anyone cares about the death of Tessie, thus causing an increase in disparity between the reaction of the reader and the reaction of the character. “The Lottery” has been one of the famous stories in the US culture as well as its culture; hence, it has been adapted for televisions, radio, theater, and sometimes even ballet. The Lottery takes place 27th June in a small village in England where all the civilians in the village are meeting for their traditional annual Lottery, and even though the occasion first appears to be festive, eventually, it comes open that no one in the village wishes to win the Lottery. The significant issues that could be evident from the story are how twisted people are, the dissonant contrasts, hints of unease what “The Lottery” really means.  How Twisted People AreOne of the most exciting parts of the Lottery is that it describes how twisted people are where one of the neighbors from the village and an excellent friend to Tessie has a brief chat with her before the Lottery began. Still, Tessie gives as refreshing hint stating that Delacroix had selected a stone that was too huge that she had to pick it up with both hands (Jackson 4). This reminds the readers two different things; the first thing is the distinction of Freud between the instinct of life and the death instincts of the human beings, the instinct of death seems like the `destructive instinct.’ It allows individuals to behave violently and destructively. When this chance was issued to Delacroix selects the most significant stone that was around to throw to her neighbor, who was chatting; hence, destructive tendencies cannot be avoided. The second thing that one can easily associate with the behavior of Delacroix is an experiment when one is studying psychology, one can be shocked with the Milgram Shock Experiment, and moist the shock was as a result of the obedience and the tendency to the violence of people (Fenigstein 590). The Lottery talks about two different styles of obedience; one can believe that it is a critical analysis of the individuals towards their traditions, but if one can think dipper, most of the traditions usually originate from the disturbing beliefs but in most cases just calling them `traditions’ usually legitimizes this disturbing thought and makes the truth behind it even harder to be recognized. Naming this dark story where an individual chooses to be terminated as `lottery’ makes it completely unrealizable. There is no winner, either a loser in this game, hence calling the loser, and their death as an indication of sacrifice is just the same as the notion of legitimization (Landau 13). This makes it difficult for one to understand that it is a harsh procedure and that individuals are even dying with this belief so that they can cover up the whole story and make others trust that they died due to a reason. In that case, the primary purpose and the reason behind the Lottery are only to ensure that there are better seasons to ensure that the people have better harvests, killing another person that you know. Living with the same neighbor and also killing them with one’s bare hands as well as the use of the stones as a community just for this cause, not that much of a satisfying answer.Dissonant ContrastsThe Lottery achieves its terrifying impacts mainly through the use of contracts by the author, by which she keeps the expectations of the readers at odds with the main actions of the narrative. The picturesque setting of the narrative dramatically contrasts with the horrific violence of the end. When boys start gathering stones, it is assumed that it is their playful behavior, and the readers of the story might start imagining that everybody has gathered them for something special like a parade or a picnic. Just as the family gatherings and the conducive weather, the reader of the story might be expecting something good, just like the word “Lottery,” which signifies something excellent to the winner. When the reader learns what the winner gets is more horrific since everyone expected something to form what the winner gets in the story ultimately. Just like the peaceful setting of the story, the casual manner of the villagers as they make jokes to one another belies on the violence that is to come. The author notes that the village is just small and that the Lottery can be “through in time to allow the villagers to get home for noon dinner.” (Jackson 3 par5). The perspective if the narrator seems to completely align with the villagers, so the proceedings have been narrated just in the same matter-of-fact that is used by the villagers. Village men stood talking of some of the common issues like the rain and planting, the taxes, and the tractors. The Lottery, like the teenage club, the square dances, Halloween plan, is just another way that Mr. Summers performs the civic actions. The audience of the story may find out that the additional cases of murder make the Lottery a bit diverse for the square dance (Hakaraia 137). The villagers, as well as the narrator of the story, do not find the difference between the Lottery and the square dance. This makes the story achieve its terrifying effects through the skills that the author has used in writing it.Hints of UneaseIf the villagers narrated in the story were merely numb to the violence-if in any because Jackson had misled the audience of the story about where the whole story was heading to- then the Lottery would not have been that famous. As the story progresses, the author offers some escalating clues to show that something was not just correct. Before the Lottery started, the people kept a space from the stool where the black box was, and they hesitate when Mr. Summers pleaded for some assistance from the villagers. This is not the behavior that anyone would expect to see from people who are just waiting for a lottery. It still seems unanticipated how the villagers converse as if drawing the tickets is just a hard task that needs a man to perform. Mr. Summers asks Janey Dunbar, “Don’t you have a grown boy to do it for you, Janey?” (Jackson 4 par5). Everybody in the village congratulates the Watson boy for drawing for his family. The whole story of the Lottery is just tense. The villagers do not look around for one another. Mr. Summers, together with the men that were drawing the slops of the paper, pin, look at each other humorously and nervously (Anoosheh, Sayed & Muhammad 31). During the first reading of the story by anyone, they might be stripped by these details, but they can as well be explained in various ways. For example, the villagers are anxious because they need to win. Once Tessie Hutchinson cried that it was not fair, the audiences come into a realization that there was tension as well as violence in the story all through.  What is The Meaning of “The Lottery”There are a variety of interpretations of “The Lottery” in different stories. Regardless of the number of interpretations that one favor on, “The Lottery” is at its center a story about the human ability for violence, most notably when such violence is connected to an appeal to the tradition or even communal order. The author narrates that “no one liked to upset even as much tradition as was represented by the black box.” (Jackson 6 par6). Even though the villagers would wish to picture that they are preserving their custom, the bare truth is that the villagers can memorize tiny details. The box itself does not serve as the origin. Rumor rotates around the salutes ad the songs, and no one seems to understand how the tradition began. The only thing that remains reliable in the story is the violence that gives some sign of priorities to the villagers. Even though the villagers have forgotten about the original black box as well as the ritual, they can as well remember how to muse stones. The darkest moment in the Lottery is when the author bluntly states, “A stone hit her on the side of the head.” (Jackson 4 par6). The sentence is grammatically structured to mean that no one threw the stone. All the villagers have participated, and no single individual eventually takes responsibility for the murder. According to the explanation of Jackson, that is the main reason why this kind of barbaric tradition continues.ConclusionThere are still some more issues that could come out of the story. The above are some of the issues that could come into my mind while reading the story. I hope that everyone reads this masterpiece by Shirley Jackson and see how they could understand the story. For those who have already read the story, I hope they will be encouraged to look at the story from a different perspective.Work CitedAnoosheh, Sayed Mohammad, and Muhammad Hussein Oroskhan. “Examining Durkheim’s Model of Suicide on Shirley Jackson’s” The Lottery.” International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (2018): 31.Fenigstein, Allan. “Milgram’s shock experiments and the Nazi perpetrators: A contrarian perspective on the role of obedience pressures during the Holocaust.” Theory & Psychology 25.5 (2015): 581-598.Hakaraia, Teresa. “Shirley Jackson’s ‘The Lottery,’  and WilliamEmpson’ss Seven Types of Ambiguity” Humanities 8.3 (2019): 137.Jackson, Shirley.”The lottery”The New Yorker 26 (1948)Landau, Samantha.”Occult Influences in Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery” ” = Gakuen 936 (2018): 11-21.                                                                                   

NUR635

Minimum of 300 words with at least 2 peer review reference in 6th edition apa style.When talking about narrow therapeutic index drugs one of the difficulties is getting the patients back to the lab to get the the level drawn. There are all kinds of issues that pop up…forgot, no transportation, didn’t care, sick, weekend, holiday, etc. Once you make the choice to start a patient on one of these medicationsyou need to figure out a way of keeping them on track. Please discuss any ideas that you may have that you plan to use to keep these folks up to date with labs, levels, etc.12/05/20207nursing

After Action Results Based on Analysis and Critique of Major Event Paper PowerPoint Presentation

After Action Results based on Analysis/Critique of Major Event Paper PowerPoint PresentationHURRICANE KATRINAThe student will summarize his or her findings in an audio/visual PPT presentation. The student will use PowerPoint to build their narrated presentation and convert it into a Windows Media Video WMV (Converting PPT to WMV), to present and record his or her critique. A minimum of ten narrated content slides are required. The student will at the minimum use the same headings as required in the written analysis. The presentation be at least ten minutes long and should last no more than 30 minutes maximum. References will be included on the last slide. Once submitted for grading the student will email his or her PPT video to the rest of the class for their review. The student does not have to show him or herself in the video unless they wish to.19/06/202025law

Huma assign 3

As a critical thinker, it is important to understand the elements of an argument and how certain types of statements can affect the validity of an argument. As you learned in the readings this week, arguments are used to convince us of an outcome. You read about how to identify an issue, the role that issues play in arguments, how to differentiate between an argument and rhetoric, and the different types of arguments you may encounter. In this assignment, you will choose an issue to evaluate, then respond to questions about the issue you selected15/05/202020education

BUAD 301 CASE ANALYSIS

A one-page case analysisBe sure to follow the prompt and include the following:1. Problem/Main Issue Statement2. Problem Analysis3. Alternate Solution 1- Pros- Cons4. Alternate Solution 2- Pros- Cons5. Recommendation6. Implementation12/05/20206businessfinance

Weekonech 1

CHAPTER1The Dynamic Environment of Health CareCHAPTER OBJECTIVES• Describe the healthcare environment as it has evolved since the middle to late 1960s with attention to the dynamic interplay of key factors.• Examine megatrends in the healthcare environment with attention to:○Client characteristics○Professional practitioners and caregivers○Healthcare marketplace and settings○Applicable laws, regulations, and standards○Impact of technology○Privacy and security considerations○Financing of health care○Social and cultural factors• Identify the role set of the healthcare practitioner as manager.• Review the classic functions of the manager.• Define and differentiate between management as an art and a science.• Conceptualize the characteristics of an effective manager.THE DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT OF HEALTH CAREThe contemporary healthcare environment is a dynamic one, combining enduring patterns of practice with evolving ones to meet challenges and opportunities of changing times. The healthcare organization is a highly visible one in most communities. It is a fixture with deep roots in the social, religious, fraternal, and civic fabric of the society. It is a major economic force, accounting for approximatelyone-sixth of the national economy. In some local settings, the healthcare organization is one of the major employers, with the local economy tied to this sector. The image of the hospital is anchored in personal lives: it is the place of major life events, including birth and death, and episodes of care throughout one’s life. Families recount the stories of “remember the time when we all rushed to the hospital …” and similar recollections. The hospital is anchored in the popular culture as a common frame of reference. People express, in ordinary terms, their stereotypic reference to the healthcare setting: “He works up at the hospital,” “Oh yes, we made another trip to the emergency room,” or “I have a doctor’s appointment.” Popular media also uses similar references; television shows regularly feature dramatic scenes in the acute care hospital, with the physician as an almost universally visible presence. Care is often depicted as happening in the emergency department.On closer examination, one recognizes that, in fact, many changes have occurred in the healthcare environment. The traditional hospital remains an important hub of care but with many levels of care and physical locations. The physician continues to hold a major place on the healthcare team, but there has been a steady increase in the development and use of other practitioners (e.g., nurse midwife, physical therapist as independent agent, physician assistant) to complement and augment the physician’s role. A casual conversation reflects such change; a person is just as likely to go to the mall to get a brief physical examination at a walk-in, franchised clinic as he or she would be to go to the traditional physician’s office. One might get an annual “flu” shot at the grocery store or smoking cessation counseling from the pharmacist at a commercial drug store. One might have an appointment for care with a nurse practitioner instead of a physician. Instead of using an emergency service at a hospital, one might receive health care at an urgent care service or clinic.Although the setting and practitioners have developed and changed, the underlying theme remains: how to provide health care that is the best, most effective, accessible, and affordable, in a stable yet flexible delivery system. This is the enduring goal.Those who manage healthcare organizations monitor trends and issues associated with the healthcare delivery system in order to reach this goal. Thus, a manager seeks to have thorough awareness and knowledge of the interplay of the dynamic forces. It is useful, therefore, to follow a systematic approach to identify, monitor, and respond to changes in the healthcare environment. The following template provides such a systematic approach. The starting point is the client/patient/recipient of care. This is followed in turn by considerations of the professional practitioners and caregivers; healthcare market place and settings; applicable laws, regulations, and standards; impact of technology; privacy and security considerations; financing; and social-cultural factors.CLIENT/PATIENT CHARACTERISTICSThe demographic patterns of the overall population have a direct impact on the healthcare organization. For example, the increase in the number of older people requires more facilities and personnel specializing in care of this group, such as continuing care, skilled nursing care, and home care.Clinical conditions associated with aging also lead to the development of specialty programs such as Alzheimer’s disease and memory care, cardiac and stroke rehabilitation, and wellness programs to promote healthy aging. At the other end of the age spectrum, attention to neonatal care, healthy growth and development, and preventive care are points of focus. Particular attention is given to adolescents and young adults who engage in contact sports, where concussion, permanent brain injury, fractures, and sprains are common. In all age groups, there is a rising rate of obesity; type 2 diabetes; and addictions to substances, such as heroin, opioids, methadone, and assorted “street drugs.”Diseases and illnesses are, of course, an ever-present consideration. Some diseases seem to have been conquered and eliminated through timely intervention. Some recur after long periods of absence. Tuberculosis, polio, smallpox, and pertussis are examples of successes in disease management and prevention. Sometimes, however, new strains may develop or compliance with immunization mandates may decrease so that these types of communicable diseases reappear.Decades of use of antibacterial medicines has given rise to superbugs, resistant to the usual treatment. Another element of concern is the appearance of an almost unknown disease entity (e.g., Ebola or a pandemic agent). New clinical conditions may also arise within certain age groups, necessitating fresh approaches to their care. By way of example, consider the rise in autism and childhood obesity.Other characteristics of the client/patient population reflect patterns of usage and the associated costs of care. The identification of superusers—patients who have high readmission rates and/or longer than average lengths of stay or more complications—gives providers an insight into practices needing improvement (e.g., better discharge planning or increased patient education). The geographic region that constitutes the general catchment area of the facility should be analyzed to identify health conditions common to the area. Examples include rural farm regions, with associated injuries and illnesses; heavy industry, with work-related injuries; and winter resort areas, with injuries resulting from strenuous outdoor activity (e.g., fractures from skiing injuries).TRENDS RELATING TO PRACTITIONERS AND CAREGIVERSThe trends and issues relating to practitioners and caregivers cluster around the continuing expansion of scope of practice, with the related increase in education and credentialing. The traditional attending physician role has given way to the inpatient physician, the hospitalist. The one-to-one physician–patient role set continues to shift from solo practice to group practice and team coverage. Licensed, credentialed nonphysician practitioners continue to augment the care provided by the physician. These physician-extenders often specialize—for example, the physical therapist in sports-related care, the occupational therapist in autism programs, the nurse practitioner in wellness care for the frail elderly, the nurse midwife, the nurse case manager in transition care, and the physician assistant in emergency care. Educational requirements include advanced degrees in the designated field.There is a related shift in the practice settings for these various practitioners. The move away from inpatient-based care leads to an increase in independent practice. Sometimes the franchise model is favored over self-employment. Regional and national franchises provide a turnkey practice environment with the additional benefits of a management support division.The Family as CaregiverAlthough the provision of care by family members is a practice that long predates formal healthcare models, these caregivers are the focus of renewed attention. As shorter stays for inpatient care, or subacute care to reduce inpatient care, become the norm, the role of the family caretaker intensifies. The patient care plan, with emphasis on the discharge plan, necessarily includes instruction to family members about such elements as medication regimen, wound care, infection prevention, and injection processes. If the patient does not have a family member who is able to assist in these ways, or if the patient (often a frail, elderly person) lives alone, coordination of services with a community agency or commercial company is needed. This gives rise to related issues. Can family members be reimbursed by insurance providers? If so, what is needed by way of documentation and billing? And there is yet another related issue: how can employers assist workers to meet the demands of work as well as help the family member? Practices such as flexible work hours and unpaid leave become both desirable and necessary elements.Changes in Management Support ServicesBehind the scenes, there is the wide network of management support services within the healthcare organization. The trend toward specialization increases within these ranks, with new job categories being developed in response to related trends. With regard to finances and reimbursement, chief financial officers (or similar administrators) augment their teams with clinical reimbursement auditors, coding and billing compliance officers, physician coder-educators, and certified medical coders. The regulatory standards manager specializes in coordinating the many compliance factors flowing from laws, regulations, and standards. The chief information officer augments that role with specialized teams, including nurse informaticians, clinical information specialists, and information technology experts.Patterns of CareImprovements in patient care services, the utilization of advanced technologies such as telemedicine, and the financial pressures to reduce the length of stay for inpatient care have resulted in shorter stays, more transitional care, and (possibly) a higher readmission rate. To offset a high readmission rate, additional attention is given to the discharge plan. The increased use of the observation unit in the emergency department also helps reduce admission and readmission rate. These issues and trends lead to a discussion of the healthcare setting.THE HEALTHCARE SETTING: FORMAL ORGANIZATIONAL PATTERNS AND LEVELS OF CAREEach healthcare setting has a distinct pattern of organization and offers specific levels of care. Characteristics include ownership and sponsorship, nonprofit or for-profit corporate status, and distinct levels of care. These elements are specified in the license to operate as well as in the corporate charter. Ownership and sponsorship often reflect deep ties to the immediate community. A sector of the community, such as a fraternal organization, a religious association, or an academic institution, developed and funded the original hospital or clinic, almost always as nonprofit because of their own nonprofit status. These organizations purchased the land, had the buildings erected and equipped, and provided continued supplemental funding for the enterprise. Federal, state, city, and county units of government also own and sponsor certain facilities (e.g., facilities for veterans, state behavioral care facilities, county residential programs for the intellectually disabled). For-profit ownership and sponsorship include owner-investor hospital and clinic chains; long-term care facilities; franchise operations for specialty care (e.g., eye care, rehabilitation centers, retail clinics in drugstores and big-box retailer stores). Over the past several decades, sponsorship by religious or fraternal organizations has diminished, with the resulting sale of these healthcare facilities to other entities. The original name is often retained because it is a familiar and respected designation in the community.Provider Growth: Mergers, Joint Ventures, and Collaborative PartnershipsHealthcare organizations periodically change or augment their service offerings, with a resulting change in corporate structure. This restructuring may take the form of a merger, a joint venture, or a collaborative partnership. Why do healthcare organizations seek restructuring? The reasons are several:• The desire to express an overall value of promoting comprehensive, readily accessible care by shoring up smaller community-based facilities, keeping them from closure• The need for improved efficiencies resulting from centralized administrative practices such as financial and health information resource streamlining or public relations and marketing intensification• The desire and/or need to penetrate new markets to attract additional clients• The desire and/or need to increase size so as to have greater clout in negotiations with managed care providers who tend to bypass smaller entitiesAs cost-containment pressure began to grow, providers—primarily hospitals—initially moved into mergers mostly to secure economies of scale and other operating efficiencies and sometimes for reasons as basic as survival. The growth and expansion of managed care plans provided further incentiveto merge among hospitals, which seems to have inspired health plan mergers in return. Each time a significant merger occurs, one side gains more leverage in negotiating contracts. The larger the managed care plan, the greater the clout in negotiating with hospitals and physicians and vice versa.Clarification of TermsThe termmergeris used to describe the blending of two or more corporate entities to create one new organization with one licensure and one provider number for reimbursement purposes. One central board of trustees or directors is created, usually with representation from each of the merged facilities. Debts and assets are combined. For example, suppose a university medical center buys a smaller community-based hospital. Ownership and control is now shifted to the new organization. Sometimes the names of the original facilities are retained as part of public relations and marketing, as when a community group or religious-affiliated group has great loyalty and ties to the organization. Alternatively, a combined name is used, such as Mayfair Hospital of the University Medical System.Thejoint venturediffers from a merger in that each organization retains its own standing as a specific legal/corporate entity. A joint venture or affiliation is a formal agreement between or among member facilities to officially coordinate and share one or more activities. Ownership and control of each party remains distinct, but binding agreements, beneficial to all parties, are developed. Shared activities typically include managed care negotiations, group purchasing discounts, staff development and education offerings, and shared management services. Each organization keeps its own name with the addition of some reference to its affiliated status, as in the title: Port Martin Hospital, an affiliate of Vincent Medical Center.Acollaborative partnershipis another interorganizational arrangement. As with the joint venture, each organization retains its own standing as a specific legal–corporate entity. The purpose of the collaborative partnership is to draw on the mutually beneficial resources of each party for a specific time period associated with the completion of agreed-on projects. An example from research illustrates this point: a university’s neuroscience and psychology departments and a hospital pediatric service combine research efforts in the area of autism. A formal letter of agreement or mutual understanding is exchanged, outlining the essential aspects of the cooperative arrangement.Such restructuring efforts, especially the formal merger, are preceded by mutual due diligence reviews in which operational, financial, and legal issues are assessed. Federal regulations and state licensing requirements must be followed. Details of the impact of the restructuring on operational levels are considered, with each manager providing reports; statistics; contractual information, leases (as of equipment); and staffing arrangements, including independent contractors and outsourced work.In the instance of a full merger, practical considerations constitute major points of focus. Examples include redesigning forms, merging the master patient index and record system into one new system, merging finance and billing processes, and officially discharging and readmitting patients when the legally binding merger has taken place.Present-day mergers and joint ventures can have a pronounced effect on the health professional entering a management position. Consider the example of a laboratory manager who must now oversee a geographically divided service because a two-hospital merger results in this person’s having responsibility in two sites that are miles apart. There is far more to consider in managing a split department than in managing a single-site operation. The manager’s job is made all the more difficult. Overall, however, mergers, joint ventures, and collaborative partnerships are an opportunity for the professional-as-manager with greatly increased responsibility and accountability and a role of increasing complexity.Range of Service and Levels of CareOne of the most distinguishing features of a specific healthcare organization is the range of service, along with levels of care. This feature identifies the organization as a particular kind of organization, explicitly defined in its license to operate (e.g., an acute care hospital, an adult day care center, a hospice). An organization may offer many different services, both inpatient and outpatient. The range of service and levels of care are part of the overall definition of the organization; the specific types of care are delineated. Groups such as the American Hospital Association (AHA), The Joint Commission (TJC) and similar associations, and various designated federal and/or state agencies, define types and levels of care. Thus, a hospital might develop its range of services at an advanced level, with a variety of specialty services, to meet the definition of tertiary care. A small, rural hospital might seek to meet the basic standards for a critical access facility, capitalizing on the flexibility such designation permits.Clinics vary in their range of service from the relatively small, walk-in clinic, to more complex services such as an urgent care clinic or specialty clinic associated with a hospital. In this latter arrangement, the inpatient service coordinates care with its companion outpatient clinic. Examples include surgery, cardiac care, and prenatal and postnatal care.Another way of noting the variety of care services is to group organizations by client characteristics and treatment needs: geriatric behavioral care, rapid treatment for drug-dependent clients, women’s health, comprehensive cancer care, sports medicine, hospice care, and intensive day treatment for at-risk youth. Care of frail, elderly people has been and is a growth industry because of the simple fact of demographics—the increasing numbers of older individuals. The variety of levels of care include independent living units; personal care assistance, including secured units for dementia care; skilled nursing care; and comprehensive continuing care facilities. Adult day care programs augment residential care.Further details about the range of care can be found by identifying the organization’s place in the overall continuum of care. For the purposes of this discussion, the acute care, inpatient facility will be placed at the center, with the continuum of care segmented as subacute and postacute, although it should be noted that not all care involves inpatient admission. Thus, an organization might tailor its services to support transitional care, either temporary or permanent care, with a postacuterehabilitation center, a long-term nursing care center, and assisted living and secured personal care for frail elderly people. The current emphasis on reducing readmission rates for inpatient care gives new impetus to the development and/or expansion of these types of services. A traditional nursing home, specializing in “balance of life” care of frail, elderly people, might restructure its programs to add posthospitalization care, with the expectation that the length of stay will be weeks or (a few) months—not indeterminate and permanent. Home care programs have increased in prominence because of their place in the sequence of care. Shortened inpatient stays, outpatient same-day surgery, transitional care from hospital to nursing home to the patient’s personal residence intensify the need for home care by nurses, along with a variety of other caregivers (e.g., health aides, homemaker aides).Hospice care represents a model of service that utilizes several levels of care. Care of the terminally ill (regardless of age) is rendered in the home, in the hospital when needed, and in a nursing care facility. A hospice might be owned and sponsored by an inpatient facility or operate as a stand-alone organization. One way to describe hospice care is this: the hospice program follows the patient and family as they move through the various changes in location.In the continuing search for the best care, with flexibility and affordability, there has been renewed interest in domiciliary care for the elderly or developmentally disabled. The underlying idea is a return to home-like, individual care provided by paid caregivers, often in a patient’s own homes. Some states have active programs to increase the number and quality of such arrangements, along with active plans to decrease the number of nursing home beds.The group home for adolescents or developmentally disabled people continues to be an area of change. The movement is away from large, institutional-based care to very small units (e.g., four to six clients in a family-like group home).LAWS, REGULATIONS, AND ACCREDITING STANDARDSLaws, regulations, and accrediting standards are a major consideration in the delivery of health care. They affect every aspect of the healthcare system. The sheer volume of such requirements, some of which are in contradiction to others, has increased to the point that most organizations have a formally designated compliance officer. This high-level manager, assigned to the chief executive division, has the responsibility of assessing compliance with current requirements, monitoring proposed changes, and helping departments and services prepare for upcoming changes. Other responsibilities of this officer include the preparation of required reports and studies, the coordination of site visits, and the preparation of any follow-up action or plan of correction. In addition, this officer provides liaison with the Board of Trustee’s corporate compliance committee. Managers at the operational level work closely with this office in order to comply—indeed excel—at meeting all requirements.The operational level managers, while assisted by the compliance office, must take the initiative on their own to ensure that day-to-day practices and systems are in order. A systematic review of laws, regulations, and standards facilitates this practice. A manager can sort through the thicket of requirements by analyzing them in terms of several features:• Setting. Licensure laws at the state level authorize the owner/sponsors to offer specific types of care (e.g., acute care hospital, behavioral care facility, rehabilitation center). The definitions and requirements in this fundamental law are the starting point, for without meeting this set of binding elements, the organization would not be permitted to function. Changes in program offerings, including expansion, termination, or sale, trigger an update in licensure status.• Patient/client group. Certain issues concerning definition of the patient/client must be considered: when does the relationship begin; who is eligible for certain programs of care; what aspects of reimbursement for care apply; who may consent for care; and what, if any, special provisions attach to certain patient groups (e.g., any patients needing protective care).• Professional practitioners and the support staff. Professional practitioners are required to have a license to practice. Both the individual and the organization’s officials must be mindful of the necessity of meeting this set of rules. In addition to this requirement, there are many laws and regulations governing working conditions, hours and rates of pay, and nondiscrimination.• Systems requirements. Specific aspects of the administrative and support systems are often laid out in detail, including time frames; requirements for record development and retention; and review processes relating to patient care, safety, and privacy. Required documentation of care is delineated in terms of content and time (e.g., development of plan of care, discharge plan, medication profile, restraint usage).The sources of law are both state and federal governments. In addition to these, local units of government, such as counties and cities, have laws that apply to most or all formal organizations in their geographic jurisdiction. The usual ones are fire and safety codes, zoning regulations, environmental requirements, and traffic controls.Regulations Stemming from LawsThe usual practice in lawmaking is this: the basic law is developed and passed, with the lawmakers recognizing that further details will be needed. The specific law usually indicates which government department or agency is invested with this rule making power. Healthcare providers are most familiar with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and its Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS—formerly the Health Care Financing Administration) division that has the authority to develop Medicare rules and regulations. Other current “headliner” laws and companion regulations include the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996, and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) of 2010.Accrediting StandardsAlthough these standards or elements of performance are not required as such, most healthcare facilities seek to meet them and have official recognition by an appropriate accrediting agency. Some of the usual nationwide accrediting bodies are TJC, Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, and the Accrediting Commission for Health Care.Within the accrediting process for the overall facility, there are additional criteria for certain programs, with the resulting assurance of quality care. By way of example, TJC has a gold seal of approval rating for rehabilitation services. It also has disease-specific care certification.Professional Association Standards and GuidelinesProfessional associations develop standards of practice and related guidelines in their area of expertise. These guidelines reflect best practices and provide practical methods of developing and implementing operational level systems. In addition to the practical aspect of meeting such optional standards, there is prestige value associated with gaining recognition by outside groups. Receiving magnet designation from the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center illustrates this dual benefit.Sources of Information about RequirementsManagers face a challenge in trying to keep up to date regarding the many requirements. They must take a proactive stand, especially for those aspects relating to their department or service.One’s professional association is a reliable source of timely and thorough information. The umbrella organizations such as the AHA monitor current and prospective issues and make the information readily available. A useful practice for managers to adopt is the regular monitoring of theFederal Registerfor federal regulations, and the companion publication at state level. These agencies publish agenda listings on a periodic basis (e.g., annually, semiannually) to alert the public about probable new regulations. This is augmented by an official Notice of Proposed Rulemaking about a specific topic.Government agencies, public and private “think tanks,” and other associations prepare position papers; national, state, or regional health initiatives proposals; and similar plans. Healthy People 2020 or the DHHS’s national health goals or a state governor’s long-range plan are examples of readily available documents to alert managers of trends and issues.THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGYA survey of any health discipline would readily provide examples of the impact of technology. New treatment modalities emerge. For example, specialty care is taken to the patient (e.g., bedside anesthesia, mobile vans with chemotherapy, portable diagnostic equipment). There is rapid and constant adoption of computerized devices. Several areas of interest are highlighted here to illustrate the trends and issues of a high-tech world and its implications for healthcare delivery.eHealth and Virtual HealthThis segment of health care has several names: eHealth, Virtual Health, and Digital Connectivity. The eVisit, wherein patient and provider communicate by means of technological interaction instead of face-to-face, in an office, has become commonplace.Telemedicineortelehealthis a broader and slightly older term, reflecting the same kind of interaction. Both methods utilize video conferencing, telephone systems, and computers. The eVisit by the patient with the clinician is a particularly good method for patients who are in rural areas without easy access to their primary care provider; it is useful in the same way for the homebound patient without transportation or whose chronic illness is exacerbated by going outside the home. Virtual counseling is another example of this kind of care; the sufferer of posttraumatic stress disorder or depression might find easier access to interventions and care because it is readily available through technology. Also, the eVisit is a useful alternative when inclement weather makes travel to on-site care unwise or impossible. In addition, remote monitoring provides real-time feedback to providers and patients, allowing them to make more timely interventions when indicated. Common applications include monitoring heart-related conditions, diabetes, and pulmonary hypertension.Teleconferencing provides clinicians with ready access to specialists in another setting, thus providing the patient and care team with expert advice and avoiding the transfer of the patient. The telestroke program exemplifies this type of interaction where time is of the essence. The popular use of apps for self-monitoring, both for a clinical condition as well as wellness, provides clients and caregivers with some baseline information about a client’s ongoing condition. The user can set up reminders about medication use, blood sugar levels, or blood pressure monitoring. Diet and exercise information can be tracked. Coupled with popular web searches for health information (e.g., getting a “second opinion” from a Web site), the consumer of health care generates his or her own personal health record.The Personal Health RecordThis is not a new concept. Conscientious individuals routinely keep important health documents, including immunization records, summaries of episodes of care, and their own tracking notes about a chronic condition. What is new is the increased computerization of such notes. With the emphasis on developing and maintaining an electronic health record system, healthcare organizations encourage the incorporation of client-generated portfolios and the official documentation from healthcare providers into a comprehensive document. Patients’ rights to access and receive a copy of their health records has been well established and is encouraged. This is a gradual change from the days when there was limited or no routine access. Thepersonal health record(PHR) does not replace the legal record of the healthcare provider—the PHR is developed and maintained by the patient/client and the official record by the provider. There is a related trend: having the patient access the ongoing, official record through electronic systems. Providers make this possible through the development of secure portal access to the information and encourage its use through patienteducation about the process. Information includes access to test results, discharge instructions, procedure information, and similar data. The goal is to increase patients’ involvement in their own care. The electronic health record is more fully discussed in the chapter on the challenges of change in the healthcare system.Data Warehousing and Data MiningAs the electronic data capture and retention and manipulation increases, so does the sheer volume of data. These electronic measures incorporate and enhance the more historical methods of the hard copy record, decentralized indexes and registries, and special studies.Data warehousingrefers to the centralized depository of data collected from most or all aspects of the organization (e.g., patient demographics, financial/billing transactions, clinical decision making) gathered into one consistent computerized format. Easy connectivity to national and international data bases (e.g., National Library of Medicine, Medicare Providers Analysis and Review) is yet another feature of this process.Data miningis the analysis and extraction of data to find meaningful facts and trends for real-time interventions in clinical decision-making support, studies and oversight review of administrative and clinical practice by designated review groups, budget support, and related data usage. Trend analysis and predictive indicators (e.g., injury prediction outcomes in pediatric emergencies or predictions of impending arrhythmia and sudden death, mortality predictions) are readily available to clinicians. Data mining is also a business; a medical center, with its fast compilation of core data and specialty data elements, may sell nonidentifiable patient data to pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotech industries.Translational MedicineWith the ready availability of support data, clinicians seek to more effectively and rapidly complete the cycle of bench to bedside to bench. Translational medicine emerges as an area of intensified interest, with hospitals coordinating these efforts through a clinical innovation office headed by a physician with an appropriate support staff. This strengthens both research capabilities and clinical practice.The Health Information ExchangeThe electronic health record enhances patient care within the organization because of its real-time, comprehensive features. But what of the situations in which care is given in more than one setting? The release of information process, using traditional hard copy or even electronic transmission, usually starts after the patient is admitted. Why not develop systems of interchange of information, regardless of the point of care? Such a system would facilitate communication among providers, reduce the number of unneeded tests, and provide a more comprehensive review of patients’ past and ongoing care. Technology supports this concept; the electronic movement of health-related information is available. The coordinated efforts to make this a reality have led to the development of regional health information exchange of patient-consented information.Privacy and Security IssuesThe positive aspects of technology as applied to health care are clear. But along with these positive benefits, there arise new concerns for privacy and security issues. Hackers can access and even destroy computerized data bases. Identify theft, including medical identity, is an increasing problem for individuals and organizations. Consequently, safeguards are increased to secure the data, yet keep it easily accessible by legitimate users. There is a growing body of laws and regulations relating to these issues, foremost of which is HIPAA, mandating a variety of controls and practices to ensure patient privacy is protected. A more detailed discussion of this law and its requirements is in the chapter on the challenge of change.Informatics Standards and Common LanguageThe goals of data sharing in support of patient care are generally well accepted, with active implementation of systems. To make this effective, there is the continuing need for interoperability of systems along with informatics standards and common language. These efforts include the development of standard vocabulary and classification systems, such as the National Library of Medicine’s Unified Medical Language System as well as the standards developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the Health Level-7 standards. HIPAA regulations requires uniform protocols for electronic transactions for both format and content of data capture and transmission. The development of a national healthcare information infrastructure has the support of key advocates who support the development and implementation of national standards.The Virtual EnterpriseThe concept of the virtual enterprise has emerged as a result of available technology in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. Organizations develop contractual partnerships with independent companies and individuals who provide goods and services. Instead of on-site departments, services, or units, or direct employer–employee relationships, organizations outsource many functions. By way of example, consider the contemporary health information department that has outsourced several functions: transcription, billing and coding support, release of information, and document storage and retrieval. Another example, drawn from a direct patient care program, is reflected in a chronic disease management service within a home health agency. The home health agency coordinates services from other health providers who remain independent agents. This trend is so common that, in job descriptions and want ads, the job location is noted as to on-site or virtual as the setting.REIMBURSEMENT AND PATTERNS OF PAYMENTPatterns of payment for health care have changed in response to social, political, and economic pressures. Hospitals and clinics have deep historical roots in charitable, not-for-profit models; alongwith this early approach to care there was also the fee-for-service approach as patients made payments directly to practitioners.Health insurance programs, both nonprofit such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield and commercial insurance plans, emerged in the 1930s as partners in the payment for healthcare services. The form of insurance that many of these early plans offered was frequently referred to as “hospitalization” insurance; it covered costs when one was hospitalized, but the majority of early plans did not cover common ancillary services such as visits to physicians.The 1960s saw the introduction of federally funded care with the creation of Medicare coverage for the elderly and Medicaid, essentially a welfare program, to provide coverage for low-income persons and the indigent. Medicare and Medicaid were established by the same federal legislation but they differ as sources of payment. Medicare reimbursement is fully federal, but Medicaid reimbursement is shared, with 50% coming from the federal government and the remaining 50% split between state and county. In some instances, the second 50% is split evenly between state and county and in some the split is different (e.g., 34% state and 16% county).Concern for healthcare costs has been gathering momentum since the 1960s, as have efforts to control or reduce these costs. Costs clearly took a leap upward immediately following the introduction of Medicare and Medicaid; however, Medicare and Medicaid are not the sole cause of the cost escalation. Rather, costs have been driven up by a complex combination of forces that include the aforementioned programs and other government undertakings, private not-for-profit and commercial insurers, changes in medical practice and advancements in technology, proliferation of medical specialties, increases in physician fees, advances in pharmaceuticals, overexpansion of the country’s hospital system, economic improvements in the lot of healthcare workers, and the desires and demands of the public. These and other forces have kept healthcare costs rising at a rate that has outpaced overall inflation two- or threefold in some years.As concern for healthcare costs has spread, so have attempts to control costs without adversely affecting quality or hindering access. The final two decades of the 1900s and the beginning of this century have seen some significant dollar-driven phenomena that are dramatically changing the face of healthcare delivery. Specifically, these include the following:• The rise of competition among providers in an industry that was long considered essentially devoid of competition• Changes in the structure of care delivery, such as system shrinkage as hospitals decertify beds; an increase in hospital closures, mergers, and other affiliations that catalyzed the growth of healthcare systems; and the proliferation of independent specialty practices• The advent and growth and expansion of managed careIn one way or another, most modern societal concerns for health care relate directly to cost or, in some instances, to issues of access to health care, which in turn translate directly into concern for cost. Massive change in health care has become a way of life, and dollars are the principal driver of this change.THE MANAGED CARE ERAThe Managed Care “Solution” and the Beginning of Restricted AccessAside from technological advances, most of what has occurred in recent years in the organization of healthcare delivery, and payment has been driven by concern for costs. Changes have been driven by the desire to stem alarming cost increases and, in some instances, to reduce costs overall. These efforts have been variously focused. Government and insurers have acted on the healthcare money supply, essentially forcing providers to find ways of operating on less money than they think they require. Provider organizations have taken steps to adjust expenditures to fall within the financial limitations they face. These steps have included closures, downsizing, formation of systems to take advantage of economies of scale, and otherwise seeking ways of delivering care more economically and efficiently. In this cost-conscious environment, managed care evolved.Managed care, consisting of a number of practices intended to reduce costs and improve quality, seemed, at least in concept, to offer workable solutions to the problem of providing reasonable access to quality care at an affordable cost. Managed care included economic incentives for physicians and patients, programs for reviewing the medical necessity of specific services, increased beneficiary cost-sharing, controls on hospital inpatient admissions and lengths of stay, cost-sharing incentives for outpatient surgery, selective contracting with providers, and management of high-cost cases.The most commonly encountered form of managed care is the health maintenance organization (HMO). The HMO concept was initially proposed in the 1960s when healthcare costs began to increase all out of proportion to other costs and so-called “normal” inflation following the introduction of Medicare and Medicaid. The HMO was formally promoted as a remedy for rising healthcare costs by the Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973. The full title of this legislation is “An Act to amend the Public Health Service Act to provide assistance and encouragement for the establishment and expansion of health maintenance organizations, and for other purposes.” From today’s perspective it is interesting to note that in implementing the HMO Act, it was necessary to override laws in place in a number of states that actually forbade the establishment of such entities.The HMO Act provided for grants and loans to be used for starting or expanding HMOs. Preempting state restrictions on the establishment and operation of federally qualified HMOs, it required employers with 25 or more employees to offer federally certified HMO options if they already offered traditional health insurance to employees. (It did not require employers to offer health insurance if they did not already do so.) To become federally certified, an HMO had to offer a comprehensive package of specific benefits, be available to a broadly representative population on an equitable basis, be available at the same or lower cost than traditional insurance coverage, and provide for increased participation by consumers. Portions of the HMO Act have been amended several times since its initial passage, most notably by HIPAA.Specifically, an HMO is a managed care plan that incorporates financing and delivery of a defined set of healthcare services to persons who are enrolled in a service network.For the first time in the history of American health care, the introduction of managed care placed significant restrictions on the use of services. The public was introduced to the concept of the primary care physician as the “gatekeeper” to control access to specialists and various other services. Formerly, an insured individual could go to a specialist at will, and insurance would usually pay for the service. But with the gatekeeper in place, a subscriber’s visits to a specialist were covered only if the patient was properly referred by the primary care physician. Subscribers who went to specialists without referral suddenly found themselves billed for the entire cost of the specialists.By placing restrictions on the services that would be paid for and under what circumstances they could be accessed, managed care plans exerted control over some health insurance premium costs for employers and subscribers. In return for controlled costs, users had to accept limitations on their choice of physicians, having to choose from among those who agreed to participate in a given plan and accept that plan’s payments, accept limitations on what services would be available to them, and, in most instances, agree to pay specified deductibles and copayments.Managed care organizations and governmental payers brought pressure to bear on hospitals as well. Hospitals and physicians were encouraged to reduce the length of hospital stays, reduce the use of most ancillary services, and meet more medical needs on an outpatient basis. Review processes were established, and hospitals were penalized financially if their costs were determined to be “too high” or their inpatient stays “too long.” Eventually, payment became linked to a standard or target length of stay so that a given diagnosis was compensated at a predetermined amount regardless of how long the patient was hospitalized.As managed care organizations grew larger and stronger, they began to negotiate with hospitals concerning the use of their services. Various plans negotiated contracts with hospitals that would provide the best price breaks for the plan’s patients, and price competition between and among providers became a reality.By the end of the 1900s, approximately 160 million Americans were enrolled in managed care plans, encompassing what many thought to be the majority of people who were suitable for managed care. In-and-out participation of some groups, such as the younger aging (people in their 60s or so) and Medicaid patients, was anticipated. However, the bulk of people on whom managed care plans could best make their money were supposedly already enrolled. But managed care continued to grow in a manner essentially consistent with the growth of the population overall. According to the trade association America’s Health Insurance Plans, approximately 90% of insured Americans were enrolled in plans with some form of managed care by 2007,1and total participation today continues at or near this 90% level.Much of the movement into managed care was driven by corporate employers attempting to contain healthcare benefit costs. However, during this same period of growing managed care enrollment, the number of managed care plans experiencing financial problems also increased steadily.It appears that managed care was able to slow the rate of health insurance premium increases throughout most of the 1990s. However, early in the first decade of the 2000s, the cost of insurance coverage again began climbing at an alarming rate. The increase continued; it was reported in 2005 that health insurance premiums would increase in some areas by more than 12% for 2006, making 2006 the fifth straight year of double-digit premium increases for many.2This grim prediction for 2006 was fulfilled, and the trend has continued, with increases for most years since then averaging in excess of 10%.By the end of the 1990s, it appeared that the majority of average middle-class subscribers had reached a negative consensus about managed care. This caused some damage to the political viability of for-profit managed care, and it hurt managed care overall. Indeed, it seemed increasingly likely that managed care might not be financially affordable in the long run.The year 2000 was especially grim for the relationship between managed care plans and Medicare. As a result of decisions made during that year, nearly a million beneficiaries from 464 counties in 34 states lost their coverage on January 1, 2001, when 118 HMOs withdrew from Medicare. In addition, many of the plans that remained in Medicare increased premiums and reduced benefits in response to what were described as continually rising costs and the effects of cuts in reimbursement rates. In December 2000, Congress voted to allocate billions of additional dollars to Medicare HMOs, supposedly to reduce premiums or increase benefits to subscribers. However, wording of the legislation also allowed HMOs to pay more to their networks of hospitals and healthcare professionals, thus consuming the majority of the additional funds. As a result, only 4 of the 118 HMOs that had withdrawn returned to Medicare.Managed care organizations and elements of government brought additional pressure to bear on hospitals. Hospitals and physicians were encouraged to reduce the length of hospital stays, cut back on the use of ancillary services, and meet more medical needs on an outpatient basis. Review processes were established such that hospitals were penalized financially if their costs were determined to be too high or their inpatient stays too long. Eventually payment became linked to a standard, or target, length of stay so that any given diagnosis was compensated at a specific amount regardless of how long the patient was hospitalized.As they grew larger, managed care organizations began to deal directly with hospitals, negotiating the use of their services. As various plans contracted with hospitals that would give the best price breaks for the plan’s patients, price competition between and among providers became a factor to be considered.It is reasonable to say that although managed care provided cost-saving benefits at least for a time, it is evident that managed care plans have not been able to sustain their promises of delivering efficient and cost-effective care. An aging population, newer and more expensive technologies, newer and higher priced prescription drugs, new federal and state mandates, and pressure from healthcare providers for higher fees have essentially wiped out the savings from managed care for employers and subscribers alike. It is likely, however, that without managed care, costs and costincreases would be even more pronounced than at present. Essentially the managed care model became a permanent and common feature in the coordination of and payment for care.The Balanced Budget Act of 1997The Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of 1997 is worthy of mention in this discussion of managed care. This act was adopted in part because of: the increased fiscal pressure caused by the growth of Medicare payments, concern over Medicare overpayments, the desire for more rational payment methods, and a stated wish to offer beneficiaries greater choice. By mandating that federal revenues and federal expenditures be balanced each fiscal year, the BBA fundamentally altered the rules of fiscal policy making in the United States.3(It perhaps need not be said that the mandate to balance the federal budget has been dramatically overridden in many years since then.) A balanced budget would of course be sensible, but it was the manner in which budget balancing was implemented that forced disproportionate reductions in healthcare reimbursement. In terms of its overall effects, the BBA became the most significant piece of healthcare legislation since Medicare and Medicaid were established in 1965.4The reductions required to balance the budget were not taken uniformly from all elements of the budget. More than half of the federal budget—specifically the very large piece of the budget, including Department of Defense spending, Social Security, and interest on the federal debt—was insulated from cuts, meaning that the entire balancing reduction would have to come from the remaining portion (less than half) of the budget. Medicare had some time earlier become a significantly large third-party payer for healthcare services, so as a direct result of the BBA, drastic cuts occurred in Medicare reimbursement, therefore affecting the income of healthcare providers.Some degree of relief from the BBA arrived in the form of the Balanced Budget Refinement Act (BBRA) of 1999, arising perhaps out of recognition that the act itself went too far in reducing reimbursements. When the BBRA became law, it suspended the cap that had been placed on outpatient rehabilitation services and paved the way for the design of a new payment mechanism. Regardless of these positive steps, however, the BBA brought some irreversible consequences to healthcare providers.WHO IS REALLY PAYING THE BILLS?Payment for health care flows from a number of sources, some major and well known and some less recognizable and relatively specialized. A number of these sources can be grouped together under the heading of “government,” the largest being, of course, Medicare and Medicaid. Yet in addition to Medicare and Medicaid, there are other government programs that reimburse for health care at both state and federal levels. There are, for example, specific programs for providing health services to the dependents and survivors of military personnel and there is the health care for former military personnel provided by the hospital system of the Veterans Administration. Also under “government” are a number of state programs including, for example, Workers’ Ccompensation, whichpays for health care for sick or injured workers as well as compensating for lost income. Many of the states also have unique programs designed to serve certain specific population segments (e.g.,Healthy New Yorkprograms in New York State).Next, outside of government programs, various programs can be gathered under the heading ofprivate insurance. This collection of payers includes not-for-profit entities such as Blue Cross–Blue Shield, commercial (for-profit) insurance companies, and the many HMOs that comprise a large proportion of payers. These entities just named interlock to a considerable extent; for example, many managed care programs are operated by not-for-profits such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield, which also administer insurance programs designed to supplement Medicare benefits.Much health care delivered by the HMOs and other insurers subjects users to deductibles and copays, making patients and families payers to a considerable extent. (A “deductible” is a designated amount a patient must pay before certain coverage kicks in, and a “copay”—common to essentially all programs to some extent—is a designated portion of the cost of a specific service that must be borne by the patient.)Some larger organizations have essentially entered into the health insurance business by self-insuring for their employees. Practical (and permissible) for only sizable organizations with sufficient financial capability, these self-insurers pay their employees’ claims directly using, in most instances, an administrative claim service to handle the transactions. However, most self-insurers also carry additional coverage against the possibility of catastrophic claims.However, getting down to absolute basics, it is the population at large that pays for health care through taxes, through insurance premiums, and out of their own pockets.Related ConsiderationsA number of additional programs or practices in place or under active consideration affect payment for health care. To enumerate just a few:Reference pricingis the concept under which a patient’s plan pays 100% of costs within one’s network and the patient pays 100% of costs incurred outside of the network. Reference pricing also allows insurers and employers to place a dollar limit on what the plan pays for expensive procedures, potentially resulting in some large medical bills for patients. Presently it is believed that CMS may ban reference pricing.Regional pricingis another concept that has come under consideration in some quarters. In its simplest form, this is pricing that has its basis in the economy of a specified geographic area, suggesting that the same service may cost more in a “wealthier” region than in a “poorer” area.Although still evolving, the concept of themedical homeoffers financial incentives for providers to focus on the quality of patient outcomes rather than the volume of services provided. The medical home can be a physical or virtual network of providers; the keys to its success are said to be information technology and payment reform. The medical home is designed around patient needs and aims to improve access to care and improve communication in what is promoted as aninnovative approach to delivering comprehensive patient-centered preventive and primary care. The PPACA contains provisions that support use of the medical home model including new payment policies.In addition, the financial and practical advantages of membership in thehealth networksubject to its coordination of the provision of care and payment for care are addressed to some extent in the PPACA.Built into the formal reimbursement methods of the principal programs and organizations that pay for healthcare services are numerous requirements and conditions the purpose of which iscost containment. For example, there is the routine review forpreventable readmission within 30 daysunder which some amount of reimbursement may be denied if a particular readmission within that time frame is considered not medically necessary. There is also the increased use of temporary admission to anobservation unitrather than to aformal inpatient unit, reacting to the knowledge that the former, often associated with the emergency department, is less costly than a regular hospital admission and does not unnecessarily tie up a bed in an acute care unit.Another practice that serves both coordination of patient care and cost containment is the concept ofbundling for continuum of care, involving discharge planning and coordination of posthospital care, recognizing that acute hospital care is but one step in addressing a patient’s needs and that complete recovery requires organized posthospital follow-up to ensure return to health and to minimize the chances of readmission.A fairly long-standing practice relating to both quality of care and cost containment isutilization review. Here hospital discharges are examined in detail to identify unnecessary treatments, excessive lengths of stay, and quality issues, with the intent of potentially improving quality of care while containing costs.In general, virtually all of the reimbursement practices of the payers for health care have builtin rules, regulations, and requirements that place limits on certain practices (e.g., limiting length of hospital stays for specific diagnoses) and attendant penalties in the form of reduced or denied reimbursement.REIMBURSEMENT SYSTEM WEAKNESSESIt holds generally true that the larger and more complex a system or program, the greater the chances of error and the more opportunity there is for misuse or mistreatment of the process itself. The overall healthcare reimbursement structure is both large and complex. There are many chances for the occurrence of honest errors, and there are many opportunities for deliberate fraud and abuse. Here are a few examples:• “Upcoding,” a process that occurs when someone submits the diagnosis-related group (DRG) code for a higher reimbursement level than what the actual case should receive (e.g., entering the code for “appendectomy with complications” in place of “routine appendectomy)• Double billing or false billing by providers, perhaps billing twice for certain procedures, or—rather common among fraud cases—billing for services never rendered• Billing for more service than was rendered, as in billing for more treatment than actually was provided and billing payers for appointments that patients had actually canceled (consider the case of the provider who actually billed as much as 33 hours for a single date)• Billing for services that are actually not covered under the prevailing reimbursement mechanism• “Double dipping” in Medicaid programs by individuals using addresses in two states and collecting benefits from both for the same careAll manner of medical providers have been involved in fleecing, or attempting to fleece, the reimbursement system: physicians, dentists, pharmacists, physical therapists and other individual providers, as well as individuals working in institutional settings and falsifying records as in “upcoding” and claiming reimbursement for services not rendered. Reimbursement structures are generally large and complex, and there is undoubtedly the feeling among some providers that what they are doing will never be detected or that their practices will never be examined in detail (similar to the attitude of the individual who feels that “the Internal Revenue Service will never auditme”). Yet numerous providers have lost their livelihoods when caught committing fraud or otherwise abusing the system.Fraud and abuse constitute significant problems for present reimbursement mechanisms, and constant vigilance and regular monitoring are required to keep them in check. It is likely that any complex, multilayered system can be “gamed” in some way, and thanks to Medicare and Medicaid and all else that has risen around the major payers, healthcare reimbursement is and will likely present opportunities for fraud and abuse capable of continually siphoning off an eye-opening percentage of the healthcare dollar.SOCIAL AND ETHICAL FACTORSThe use of technology, privacy concerns, and continuing issues related to healthcare availability and financing give rise to new debates about social and ethical factors. These norms have always been a part of the healthcare ethos, but from time to time, more urgent considerations are required. As noted above, a technological breakthrough occasions such renewed interest. At another time, a new legislative mandate, such as the Patient Self-Determination Act, brings about fresh consideration of enduring concerns. Increased sensitivity to patient or consumer wishes is yet another source of attentiveness to social and ethical issues. For example, the increased use by patients of alternative therapies and interventions has reopened the question about proper integration of nontraditional care with the more standardized modes. The debate reaches into the questions of reimbursement as well; healthcare plans are increasingly approving some alternative or complementary intervention as reimbursable costs. Another ethical issue stemming from healthcare financing stems from a newpractice: the embedded nurse, one who is an employee of the insurance company but assigned to the direct care team within a healthcare facility. Whose agent is this employee? What ethical dilemmas does this worker face? Do patients know that their care is being rendered by one whose assignment includes cost effectiveness as a direct part of his or her work? Rationing of health care is yet another area of continuing discussion, including “quality-adjusted remaining years” indicators and “complete lives” measures. Finally, the use of marijuana for medical purposes showcases another example of societal norms shifting to greater acceptance of such substances.Ethical considerations such as the these result in the increased use of the ethics review committee, the institutional review board, and similar clinical and administrative review groups.THE ROLE SET OF THE HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONER AS MANAGERThe dynamic setting of healthcare organizations constitutes the environment of the manager, specifically the healthcare practitioner as manager. Often unseen by the patient or the public, the managers of departments and services work behind the scenes to support direct patient care interactions. In this specialized environment of a healthcare organization, qualified professional practitioners may assume the role of unit supervisors, project managers, or department heads. The role may emerge gradually as the numbers of patients increase, as the number and type of services expand, and as specialization occurs within a profession. The role of manager begins to emerge as budget preparations need to be made, job descriptions need to be updated and refined, and staffing patterns need to be reassessed and expanded.For example, a physical therapy staff specialist may develop a successful program for patients with spinal cord injuries. As the practitioner most directly involved in the work, this individual may be given full administrative responsibility for that program. Alternatively, an occupational therapist may find that a small program in home care flourishes and is subsequently made into a specialized division. Again, this credentialed practitioner in a healthcare profession may be given a managerial role. Practitioners who develop their own independent practices assume the role of manager for their business enterprises. The role of the practitioner as manager is reinforced further by various legal, regulatory, and accrediting agencies, which often require chiefs of service or department heads to be qualified practitioners in their distinct disciplines.Classic Management FunctionsThe healthcare practitioner–manager engages in traditional management activities—the circle of actions in which each component (e.g., planning, decision making) leads to the next. These activities are a mix of routine, repeated activities of an ongoing nature, along with periodic major activities such as preparation for and participating in accreditation processes, or major projects such as a complete systems overhaul.Figure 1–1illustrates the interrelationships of management functions.Table 1–1provides examples of daily activities of the professional practitioner as manager.FIGURE 1–1Interrelationship of Management FunctionsManagement functions typically include the following:• Planning: the selection of objectives, the establishment of goals, and the factual determination of the existing situation and the desired future state• Decision making: part of the planning process in that a commitment to one of the several alternatives (decisions) must be made. Others may assist in planning, but decision making is the privilege and burden of managers. Decision making includes the development of alternatives, conscious choice, and commitment.• Organizing: the design of a pattern of roles and relationships that contribute to the goal. Roles are assigned, authority and responsibility are determined, and provision is made for coordination. Organization typically involves the development of the organization chart, job descriptions, and statements of work flow.• Staffing: the determination of personnel needs and the selection, orientation, training, and continuing evaluation of the individuals who hold the required positions identified in the organizing process• Directing or actuating: the provision of guidance and leadership so that the work performed is goal oriented. It is the exercise of the manager’s influence as well asthe process of teaching, coaching, and motivating workers.• Controlling: the determination of what is being accomplished, the assessment of performance as it relates to the accomplishment of the organizational goals, and the initiation of corrective actions. In contemporary management practice, the larger concepts of performance improvement and total quality management include controlling.MANAGEMENT AS AN ART AND A SCIENCEManagement has been defined as the process of getting things done through and with people. It is the planning and directing of effort and the organizing and employing of resources (both human and material) to accomplish some predetermined objective. Management is both an art and a science. Especially in its early years of development at the turn of the 20th century, management’s scientific aspects were emphasized. This scientific approach included and continues to include research and studies about the most efficient methods, leadership styles, and patterns of organization. However, management science tends to lack the distinct characteristics of an exact discipline, such as chemistry or mathematics. A more intuitive and nuanced set of elements reflect management as an art as well as a science. One speaks of the art of leadership and motivation. One relies on intuition and experience in situation of conflict or crisis.Managers seek to combine the best of both approaches, striving to becomeeffectivemanagers.Characteristics of an Effective ManagerThe classic functions of a manager have been noted in the previous section. The highlighting of the characteristics of the effective manager augment this role set. Five major characteristics of effective managers are:1. They know the internal structure and characteristics of their organization:○Its overall mission○Its client characteristics and needs○Its specific products or services offered to meet these needs○Its specific setting or combination of settings and formal organizational category (e.g., acute care, freestanding clinic)○Its specific laws, regulations, and accrediting standard applicable to each type of healthcare unit2. They know the internal and external dynamics of their organization:○The organization’s strengths○The challenges to its survival○The areas requiring adaptation and innovation○Its life cycle○Its network of internal and external relationships○Its survival strategies3. They lead and motivate the workforce by doing the following:○Developing and maintaining a positive workplace environment○Reducing conflict○Increasing worker satisfaction through training and ongoing development and the provision of proper wage and benefits○Maintaining effective communication4. They engage in the search for excellence through continuous quality improvement.5. They remain aware of and respond to the following:○Trends (e.g., changes in technology, patterns of reimbursement, social issues)○The challenge of change and the necessity of being a change agent and a leaderThe manger’s responsibility to identify and respond to change is the focus of the following chapter.EXERCISE: BECOMING A SPLIT-DEPARTMENT MANAGERImagine that you are the manager of a department organized to provide service in your chosen profession. In other words, if your career is medical laboratory technology, you are a laboratory manager; if your field is physical therapy, you manage physical therapy or rehabilitation services; and so on. You are employed by a 60-bed rural hospital, an institution sufficiently small that you represent the only level of management within your function (unless your profession is nursing, in which case there will be perhaps two or three levels of management). This means that unless you are a first-line manager in nursing (e.g., head nurse), you report directly to administration.You have been in your position for about 2 years. Following some stressful early months, you are beginning to feel that you have your job under control most of the time.A possibility that for years had been talked about and argued throughout the local community, the merger of your hospital with a similar but larger institution (90 beds) about 10 miles away, recently became a reality. One of the initial major changes undertaken by the new corporate entity was realignment of the management structure. In addition to placing the new corporate entity under a single chief executive officer, the realignment included, for most activities, bringing each function under a single manager. Between the merger date and the present, most department managers have been involved in the unpleasant process of competing against their counterparts for the single manager position.You are the successful candidate, the survivor. Effective next Monday, you will be running a combined department in two locations consisting of more than twice the number of employees you have been accustomed to supervising.InstructionsGenerate a list of the ways in which you believe your responsibilities and the tasks you perform are likely to change because of the merger and your resulting new role.Hint:It may be helpful to make lists of what you imagine to be the circumstances before and after your appointment. For example, two obvious points of comparison involve the number of employees (which implies many necessary tasks) and the travel inherent in the job. See how long a list you are able to generate.If possible (e.g., within a class or discussion group), after individual lists have been generated, bring several people together, combine their lists with yours, and see if a group process can further expand the list.Also, address the following questions:1. What does this split-department situation do to your efficiency as a manager, and how can you compensate for this change?2. On which specific management skill should the newly appointed split-department manager be concentrating?NOTES1. “Fast facts.”Healthdecisions.org. America’s health insurance plans.www.healthdecisions.org/learningcenter/facts.aspx.2. “Premiums for Health Insurance Up 12.7%,” Rochester (New York)Democrat & Chronicle, August 31, 2005.3. K. M. Paget, “The Balanced Budget Trap,”The American Prospect(November/December 1996): 1–2.4. W. H. Ettinger Jr., “The Balanced Budget Act of 1997: Implications for the Practice of Geriatric Medicine,”The Business of Medicine46 (1998): 530–533.Healthcare Administration Capstone – Week #1 Lecture 1The Problem StatementStarting your researchBy now, you should have had an opportunity to review the project outline. Perhaps the most important task in this early stage is taking the opportunity to select a problem that is worthy of your time and efforts. At this juncture, it certainly doesn’t hurt to conduct some preliminary research on some of the problems you may have identified throughout your program. If you are having a hard time thinking of some issues, chapter one of your text provides an overview of the current healthcare environment and is full of various issues that could translate into a workable research problem.In the past, students have struggled with the project, simply because they did not take the time to adequately define the problem. Sometimes, students remain too broad whereas in other instances, they are too narrowly focused. It is a delicate balance that is often difficult to gauge.Let’s look at a few examples. One student identified the growing aging population as a healthcare problem. As you can imagine, this is far too broad. The student had a difficult time trying to stay on task as the subject matter is enormous. One week, they were focused on access and the next they were focused on cost. They spent a lot of time and completed a lot of unnecessary work before they were able to hone in on a suitable problem.Another student went far too narrow. This student had identified a problem in their geographic area; however, the problem was only specific to this location. The student could not find any information to support their position. As such, the student ended up changing topics midcourse and did nearly twice the work!You might be asking yourself at this point, what does a good problem statement look like? How do I even get started? The following resources are available and provide a great overview of the research process:Research Problem:http://libguides.usc.edu/writingguide/introduction/researchproblemhttps://owl.english.purdue.edu/media/ppt/20120629105941_957.pptAfter reading the above material, if you still have questions, post them in the “Project Questions” discussion area.

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Assignment Content Top of FormPurpose of AssessmentApply theories about leadership, structure, and culture to real-world scenarios that have occurred in various organizations.You will be measured on how you narrate various leadership styles to foster innovation and lead change in a dynamic environment. Use the chart you created in Week 3 as a quick reference as you work.Reviewthe following cases from Organizational Behavior: Ch. 12:Case Incident 1: Sharing is Performing Review questions: 12-13, 12-14, and 12-15. Ch. 15: Case Incident 2: Turbulence on United Airlines Review questions: 15-10, 15-11, and 15-12. Ch. 16: Case Incident 2: Active Cultures Review questions: 16-16, 16-17, and 16-18. In 780- to 1050-words, do the following: For each of the above cases: Describe, through a story, the leader’s use of the leadership style in response to the situation. Use various action verbs in your story. Explain what makes the selected leadership style effective for the particular situation. Compare and contrast the leadership styles leaders chose for each case. Explain why the leadership styles should differ for each case. Use at least two references. The textbook is required as is the plagiarism checker. Please include APA Section Headers, a cover page and properly formatted reference page. Bottom of FormCH. 12 Case Incident 1: Sharing Is PerformingReplacing Nicholas Dirks as the chancellor of University of California at Berkeley, Carol T. Christ is taking on a strategy that her predecessors did not utilize: sharing leadership. Notably, the prior chancellor and provost would not consult other decision makers and stakeholders at the university when they proposed to dissolve completely the College of Chemistry. Christ, on the other hand, met with Frances McGinley, the student vice president of academic affairs, reaching out to “get a beat on what [student government] was doing and how [she] could help.” This move was unusual because McGinley would often have to track down the other administrators to even get a meeting (or would be merely delegated work). Another such arrangement between Jill Martin and David Barrs at a high school in Essex, England, designates special interest areas where each takes the lead, and they both share an educational philosophy, meet daily, have the authority to make decisions on the spot, and challenge one another.As Declan Fitzsimons suggests in a Harvard Business Review article, the twenty-first century moves too quickly and is too dynamic to be handled by one person. By sharing leadership among multiple individuals, the organization can respond more adaptively to challenges, share disparate but complementary perspectives, and ease the burden experienced by the traditional charismatic leader figurehead. However, sharing leadership leads to its own issues and obstacles, which are apparent in the multiple relationships between team members, subordinates, and other employees. Not only do individual identities become involved, but so do collective identities shared as a group. It is also important to recognize that shared leadership is not about delegation but about putting in effort to coordinate and collaborate, along with balancing individual and collective goals.Recent reviews of the research on shared leadership suggest that, overall, shared leadership is effective at improving team performance, attitudes, and behaviors, especially when the leadership is transformational or charismatic and when the team tasks are complex.Questions 12-13. What kind of obstacles can you foresee in taking a shared leadership approach? How might they (or can they) be solved?12-14. How would you implement a shared leadership initiative in a company where you were the CEO? What elements of job design and redesign might you draw on to increase the effectiveness of the shared leadership initiative?12-15. Can you think of any instances in which nonshared, traditional approaches to leadership would be preferable to a shared leadership approach? What are they, and how are they preferable? What sort of situational or individual factors lead to the traditional approach being more effective in these instances? (Robbins, 20180110, p. 426)Robbins, S. P., Judge, T. A.  (20180110). Organizational Behavior, 18th Edition [VitalSource Bookshelf version].  Retrieved from vbk://9780134729749CH. 15 Case Incident 2: Turbulence on United AirlinesThe beginning of 2017 was not good for United Airlines. Several incidents involving United Airlines personnel enforcing a variety of rules, regulations, and protocols in employees’ interactions with customers caused international outcry. The first incident involved two teenagers who were wearing leggings for their flight from Minneapolis to Denver. They were stopped by the gate agent and not allowed to board for violating the United Airlines travel perk program. These travel perk passes hinge on a requirement for users of the passes to dress themselves so that the airline is presented in a favorable light. United defended its decision via Twitter: “Leggings are not inappropriate attire except in the case of someone traveling as a pass rider.” Comedian Seth Rogan tweeted, “We here at @United are just trying to police the attire of the daughters of our employees! That’s all! Cool, right?”A second, more severe incident occurred when David Dao, a doctor who needed to see his patients the following morning, was aboard a Louisville-bound flight from Chicago in April. Four United employees needed to get to Louisville at the last minute, and it was announced that four people needed to give up their seats or else the flight would be cancelled. Attendants called the police after no one complied. The police approached Dao and forcibly removed him from the plane. Dao suffered a broken nose and concussion after his head smashed into an armrest. United policy allowed for the involuntary removal of passengers from flights, although this time United was not as defensive. Dao later filed a lawsuit against United for its actions.A third incident, in Houston, involved a soon-to-be-married couple, Michael and Amber, headed to Costa Rica for their wedding. When they entered the plane, they noticed a man sleeping in the row where their seats were assigned. Instead of disturbing him, they found some seats three rows up and sat there instead. They were soon asked by an attendant to return to their seats and they complied. A U.S. marshall approached them soon after and ejected them from the plane. According to United statements, the couple “repeatedly” tried to sit in upgraded seats and would not follow the instructions of the attendants and crew members, and, as such, they were within their power to eject the passengers.These incidents suggest that, starting with the structure as created by the CEO, United employees do not have much latitude or flexibility when dealing with day-to-day policy breaches. Taking cost-minimization and efficiency-boosting strategies to the extreme may also have had an effect given that the focus drifted from the customer and toward rule following. Many attribute this inflexibility to the strict, rule-following bureaucracy created by United managers. In this bureaucracy, their 85,000 employees may be reluctant to deviate from the rules—intracompany historical precedent suggests that many employees face termination if they break the rules.Questions 15-13. How do you think United Airlines should have handled the recent string of incidents? Do you think that United Airlines was within its power to have removed these people from the flights? Why or why not?15-14. What are the pros and cons of having a bureaucratic organizational structure for an airline? Do you think the pros and cons are justified for United Airlines and that they should keep the structure they have? Why or why not?15-15. What do you think United Airlines should do in the future? Do you have any suggestions for enhancements or improvements to the United Airlines organizational structure? Would you consider restructuring? Why or why not? (Robbins, 20180110, pp. 536-537)Robbins, S. P., Judge, T. A.  (20180110). Organizational Behavior, 18th Edition [VitalSource Bookshelf version].  Retrieved from vbk://9780134729749Always check citation for accuracy before use.Ch. 16 Case Incident 2: Active CulturesEmployees at many successful companies start the day by checking the economic forecast. Patagonia’s Ventura, California, employees start the day by checking the surf forecast. The outdoor clothing company encourages its workforce to take time from the workday to get outside and get active. For Patagonia, linking employees with the natural environment is a major part of the culture.New hires are introduced to this mindset very quickly. Soon after starting at Patagonia, marketing executive Joy Howard was immediately encouraged to go fly fishing, surfing, and rock climbing all around the world. She notes that all this vacationing is not just playing around—it’s an important part of her job. “I needed to be familiar with the products we market,” she said. Other practices support this outdoors-oriented, healthy culture. The company has an on-site organic café featuring locally grown produce. Employees at all levels are encouraged through an employee discount program to try out activewear in the field. And highly flexible hours ensure that employees feel free to take the occasional afternoon off to catch the waves or get out of town for a weekend hiking trip.Are there bottom-line benefits to this organizational culture? Some corporate leaders think so. As Neil Blumenthal, one of the founders of Warby Parker eyewear, observes, “[T]hey’ve shown that you can build a profitable business while thinking about the environment and thinking about your team and community.” As Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario says, “People recognize Patagonia as a company that’s … looking at business through a more holistic lens other than profit.” However, she is quick to add, “Profit is important; if it wasn’t you wouldn’t be talking to me.”Patagonia’s culture obviously makes for an ideal workplace for some people—but not for others who don’t share its values. People who are just not outdoor types would likely feel excluded. While the unique mission and values of Patagonia may not be for everyone, for its specific niche in the product and employment market, the culture fits like a glove.Questions 16-16. What do you think are the key dimensions of culture that make Patagonia successful? How does the organization help to foster this culture?16-17. Does Patagonia use strategies to build its culture that you think could work for other companies? Is the company a useful model for others that aren’t so tied to a lifestyle? Why or why not?16-18. What are the drawbacks of Patagonia’s culture? Might it sometimes be a liability and, if so, in what situations? (Robbins, 20180110, pp. 574-575)Robbins, S. P., Judge, T. A.  (20180110). Organizational Behavior, 18th Edition [VitalSource Bookshelf version].  Retrieved from vbk://9780134729749

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Lesson 2.9IntroductionCourse ObjectivesThis lesson will address the following course outcomes: 6. Demonstrate an understanding of the connection between the distribution of data and various mathematical summaries of data (measures of central tendency and of variation).Specific ObjectivesStudents will understand that numerical data can be summarized using measures of central tendency. how each statistic—mean, median, and mode—provides a different snapshot of the data. that conclusions derived from statistical summaries are subject to error.Students will be able to calculate the mean, median, and mode for numerical data. create a data set that meets certain criteria for measures of central tendency.Measures of CenterPeople often talk about “averages,” and you probably have an idea of what is meant by that. Now, you will look at more formal mathematical ways of defining averages. In mathematics, you call an average, ameasure of centerbecause an average is a way of measuring orquantifyingthe center of a set of data. There are different measures of center because there are different ways to define the center.Think about a long line of people waiting to buy tickets for a concert. (Figure A shows a line about100-feet long and each dot represents a person in the line.) In some sections of the line people are grouped together very closely, while in other sections of the line people are spread out. How would you describe where the center of the line is?Would you define the center of the line by finding the point at which half the people in the line are on one side and half are on the other (see Figure B)? Is the center based on the length of the line even though there would be more people on one side of the center than on the other (see Figure C)? Would you place the center among the largest groups of people (see Figure D)? The answer would depend on what you needed the center for. When working with data, you need different measures for different purposes.Measures of CenterMean (Arithmetic Average)Find the average of numeric values by finding the sum of the values and dividing the sum by the number of values. The mean is what most people call the “average.”ExampleFind the mean of 18, 23, 45, 18, 36Find the sum of the numbers: 18 + 23 + 45 + 18 +36 = 140Divide the sum by 5 because there are 5 numbers: 140 ÷ 5 = 28The mean is 28.ExampleFind the mean of 1.5, 1.2, 3.7, 5.3, 7.1, 2.9Find the sum of the numbers: 1.5 + 1.2 + 3.7 + 5.3 + 7.1 + 2.9 = 21.7Divide the sum by 6 because there are 6 numbers: 21.7 ÷ 6 = 3.6166666666Since the original values were only accurate to one decimal place, reporting the mean as 3.61666666 would be misleading, as it would imply we knew the original values with a higher level of accuracy. To avoid this, we round the mean to one more decimal place than the original data.The mean is 3.62.MedianFind the median of numeric values by arranging the data in order of size. If there is an odd number of values, the median is the middle number. If there is an even number of values, the median is the mean of the two middle numbers.Example (data set with odd number of values)Find the median of 18, 23, 45, 18, 36.Write the numbers in order: 18, 18, 23, 36, 45There is an odd number of values, so the median is the number in the middle.The median is 23.Example (data set with even number of values)Find the median of 18, 23, 45, 18, 12, 50.Write the numbers in order: 12, 18, 18, 23, 45, 50There is an even number of values, so there is no one middle number. Find the median by finding the mean of the two middle numbers:18 + 23 = 4141 ÷ 2 = 20.5The median is 20.5.ModeFind the mode by finding the number(s) that occur(s) most frequently. There may be more than one mode.ExampleFind the mode of 18, 23, 45, 18, 36.The number 18 occurs twice, more than any other number, so the mode is 18.For another explanation, watch this video: Mean, Median, and Mode[+]Note on terminologyThe terms mean, median, and mode are well defined in mathematics and each gives a measure of center of a set of numbers. In everyday usage, the word “average” usually refers to the mean. But be aware that “average” is not clearly definedand someone might use it to refer to any measure of center.#1 Points possible: 10. Total attempts: 5Consider the data set. 5 5 4 4 7 8 3 1 9 6 7 Find the mean:Find the median:#2 Points possible: 10. Total attempts: 5Consider the data set 7 7 2 6 9 9 1 5 3 5 Find the mean:Find the median:Credit CardsProblem Situation: Summarizing Data About Credit CardsA revolving line of credit is an agreement between a consumer and lender that allows the consumer to obtain credit for an undetermined amount of time. The debt is repaid periodically and can be borrowed again once it is repaid. The use of a credit card is an example of a revolving line of credit.U.S. consumers own more than 600 million credit cards. As of 2015 the average credit card debt per household with a credit card was $15,863. In total, American consumers owe $901 billion in credit card debt. Worldwide the number of credit card transactions at merchants was over 135 billion in 2011.Surveys indicate that the percentage of college freshmen with a credit card was 21% in 2012, while 60% of college seniors had a credit card. One-third of the college students reported having a zero balance on their credit card. The average balance carried across all students’ cards was $500. However, the median balance was $136.Atwww.creditcards.comit explains that card issuers divide customers into two groups: “transactors” who use their cards for purchases and pay off the balances each month. Transactors pay off the balance before any interest charges are applied. “revolvers” who carry balances on their cards, paying interest charges month to month.The number of people who carry credit card debt, the “revolvers”, has been steadily decreasing in the U.S. since 2009. By 2014 only one-third of adults surveyed said their household carries credit card debt. Fifteen percent of adults carry $2,500 or more in credit card debt each month.In the first part of this lesson, you will use the information about credit cards given above to learn about some ways to summarize quantitative information.#3 Points possible: 10. Total attempts: 5The population of the United States is slightly more than 300 million people. There are about 100 million households in the United States. Use the information above to find:a)What is the average number of credit cards per person?cards per personb) What is the average number of credit cards per household?cards per household#4 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5In the U.S. the average number of credit cards held by cardholders is 3.7. Why is this number different than the average number of credit cards per person you found in the last question? The last question answer was when the credit cards are averaged over all the people in the country, including children and people who have no cards. 3.7 is the number of cards for person when averaged over only the people with cards. The last question answer was based on inaccurate, rounded values People lie about how many cards they have Some people have lots of cards#5 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5Consider the statement, “Average credit card debt per household with a credit card is $15,863.”What does this statement tell us? (Assume the “average” they’re using is the mean) Half the households with credit cards owe less than $15,863, and half owe more That most households with credit cards owe $15,863 That if we added up all the credit card debt and spread it evenly among the households with credit cards, each would owe $15,863 That every household with a credit card has this much debt That if we added up all the credit card debt and spread it evenly among all households in the U.S., each would owe $15,863#6 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5If about 45% of households with credit cards carry no debt, what does that indicate about the amount of debt of some of the other 55% of households? The others must have debt that averages to 15,863 Since a lot of households have no debt, the others must have debt much higher than $15,863 so the mean will come out to 15,863 Since a lot of households have no debt, the others must have debt much lower than $15,863 so the mean will come out to 15,863#7 Points possible: 24. Total attempts: 5The introduction states that the average balance carried across all college students’ cards was $500. Imagine you ask four groups of six college students what their credit card debt is. The amount of dollars of debt for each student in each group is shown in the table, values listed in order of size.Find the mean and median debt of each group of college students and record it in the table. Make sure the values you find are reasonable given the values for that group. Group A Group B Group C Group D 0 500 410 0 100 500 460 0 110 500 480 0 170 500 490 0 1000 500 550 0 1620 500 610 3000 Mean Median #8 Points possible: 10. Total attempts: 5Observe themediansand thedata valuesof each of the groups. For each statement below, indicate if it is true for:Noneof the groups,Some but not allof the groups, orAllof the groups.i) Half of the data values are less than the median.Select an answer None Some All ii) Half of the data values are either less than or equal to the median.Select an answer None Some All iii) Half of the data values are greater than the median.Select an answer None Some All iv) Half of the data values are either greater than or equal to the median.Select an answer None Some All v) Half of the data values equal the median.Select an answer None Some All #9 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5Recall that college students’ credit cards carry a mean balance of $500 while having a median balance of $136. What does this indicate about the distribution of credit card debt among various students? Does one of the Groups in the table have a distribution similar to this? Group A Group B Group C Group D#10 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5A survey in 2012 indicated that college freshmen carry a mean credit card debt of $611 but the median of their credit card debt is $47. Create a data set of five freshmen students so that the data set has a mean and median that is the same as that of the surveyed college freshmen.,,,,Weighted MeanProblem Situation 2: Weighted MeansSometimes you want to find the mean average of some numbers, but the numbers are not “equally important” or in other words they don’t have the same “weight” or “frequency”. In that case we find the “weighted average” of the numbers.Example: mean credit card debt:Suppose researchers at a small two-year college surveyed students who have credit cards and report the following:Mean credit card debt of $350 for 114 freshmen surveyedMean credit card debt of $285 for 220 sophomores surveyedIf we want to know overall for all the surveyed students what their mean credit card debt was, we cannot simply average $350 and $285 since these numbers are not equally “weighted”. The $350 was an average for only 114 people while the $285 was an average for a larger group of 220 people. The way to find the overall average credit card debt for all students surveyed is to multiply each of the values by its “weight” or “frequency” or “importance” before adding them together, and then divide by the total “weight” or “frequency”.Overall mean =350(114)+285(220)114+220=102600334=307.19350(114)+285(220)114+220=102600334=307.19Conclude: The mean credit card debt of all the students surveyed was about $307Example:Weighted grade averages in a course:Suppose a History course has a midterm, a final exam, and a 20 page report, and the syllabus states they have these weights in determining the final course grade:midterm – 20%; final exam – 45%; report – 35%.Kim’s grades in the course were these:Midterm – 82; final exam – 89; report – 93.Kim’s final grade in the course is found by the weighted average:82(.20)+89(.45)+93(.35).20+.45+.35=891.00=8982(.20)+89(.45)+93(.35).20+.45+.35=891.00=89 Kim’s final course grade is 89.Note: If the grades were not weighted, Kim’s average would be (82 + 89 + 93)/3 = 88#11 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5Researchers at Acme groceries studied how long customers had to stand in the check-out line. One day 35 customers spent on average 7.7 minutes each in the check-out line. The next day 24 customers spent an average of 6.5 minutes each. What is the overall average time customers spent in line? Round your answer to two decimal places.minutes#12 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5Your college GPA is a weighted mean. The grade earned in each class needs to be weighted by the number of credits for the class. Compute the GPA for a student who has earned the following credits: English 101 (5 credits) with a grade of 3.0, Math 96 (7 credits) with a grade of 3.2, Public Speaking (5 Credits) with a grade or 3.6, Chemistry 100 (5 credits) with a grade of 2.7, and College Success (3 credits) with a grade of 3.8.Round the GPA to two decimal places.GPA:HW 2.9#1 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5Which of the following was one of the mainmathematicalideas of the lesson? U.S. college students carry far too much credit card debt. The mean is calculated by adding all the numbers and dividing by the number of data points. The mean, median, and mode all give important information about a data set, but they do not give a complete picture of the data set. Any of the three measures of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) are good representations of data. It does not matter which one you use.#2 Points possible: 10. Total attempts: 5Consider the data set 2 6 1 2 1 4 Find the average (mean):Find the median:#3 Points possible: 10. Total attempts: 5Consider the data set 8 9 4 1 6 8 6 3 3 2 2 Find the average (mean):Find the median:#4 Points possible: 24. Total attempts: 5Use the following data set to answer the questions.13 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 23 27 31 a. What is the mean?b. What is the mode?c. What is the median?d. What fraction of the numbers in the data set are less than the median?e. What fraction of the numbers in the data set are greater than the median?f. Which of the following statements are correct?o The median is the middle of a data set. Half of the data points are always less than the median, and half are always greater than the median.o The median is the middle of a data set. Half of the data points are either less than or equal to the median.o The median is the middle of a data set. At least half of the data points are always equal to the median.o The median is not the middle of a data set. You cannot predict the distribution of the numbers in relationship to the median.#5 Points possible: 10. Total attempts: 5Consider the statement “Worldwide, there are more than $2.5 trillion in credit card transactions annually.”a. What is the daily average dollar amount of transactions? Round to the nearest hundred million dollars.$b. How many dollars in credit card transactions are made on any particular day?o $6,849,315o $6,849,315,068o $1,460,000,000o $1,460,000o It is impossible to know.#6 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5Students at Dover Community College (DCC) have a mean credit card debt of $3,600 with a median of $1,500. Students at Ralton Community College (RCC) have a mean credit card debt of $3,000 with a median of $2,800. Which statements about the two groups are true based on this information? There may be more than one correct answer. About three-fourths of DCC students have debt less than $3,600. The total debt of RCC students is less than the total debt of DCC students. No more than half of RCC students have debt less than $2,800. The total debt of RCC students is larger than the total debt of DCC students. At least one DCC student has debt in excess of $3,600. The largest debt of the RCC students is less than the largest debt of the DCC students.#7 Points possible: 12. Total attempts: 5Decide whether the following statements must be true or might be false, based on the information provided. Be prepared to explain your reasoning.a. The median of 25 numbers is 13. Twelve of the numbers must be greater than 13.Select an answer Must be True Might be False b. The average of 11 numbers is 130. None of the 11 numbers are more than 260.Select an answer Must be True Might be False c. The average of 25 numbers is 100, and the median of those 25 numbers is also 100. The mode of the 25 numbers must be 100.Select an answer Must be True Might be False d. The mean of 45 numbers is 70. If you pick any group of 10 numbers from the 45, the mean will be 70.Select an answer Must be True Might be False e. The average of 42 numbers is 20. The sum of all 42 numbers is 840.Select an answer Must be True Might be False f. The average of 49 numbers is 100. If a 50th number is added and the average remains at 100, the 50th number must have been 100.Select an answer Must be True Might be False #8 Points possible: 9. Total attempts: 5Rio Blanca City Hall publishes the following statistics on household incomes of the town’s citizens. The mode is given as a range.Mean:$257,000Median:$65,000Mode:$20,000–$30,000 Which measure would be the most useful for each of the following situations?a. State officials want to estimate the total amount of income of the citizens of Rio Blanca.o meano mediano modeb. The school district wants to know the income level of the largest number of students.o meano mediano modec. A businesswoman is thinking about opening an expensive restaurant in the town. She wants to know how many people in town could afford to eat at her restaurant.o meano mediano mode#9 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5A course has five exams, and passing the course requires a 75% average on the exams. Maria scored 60%, 72%, 80%, and 70% on the first four exams. What is the minimum score on the fifth exam that will let Maria pass the class?%#10 Points possible: 12. Total attempts: 5Use Figures 1 and 2 for the following questions.a. Select the figure(s) with 40% shaded.o Figure 1o Figure 2o Both Figure 1 and Figure 2o Neither Figure 1 or Figure 2b. Which of the following statements are correct? There may be more than one correct answer.o The shaded area of Figure 1 is larger than the shaded area of Figure 2 because Figure 1 is larger than Figure 2.o The shaded area of Figure 1 is the same as the shaded area of Figure 2 because they are both 40% of the square.o The shaded area of Figure 1 is the same proportion of the figure as the shaded area of Figure 2 because they are both 40% of the square.c. These figures illustrate what important concept?o Percentages cannot be used for comparisons unless the reference values are equal.o Percentages compare measures relative to thesize of the reference values, but do not give information about absolute measures.o Percentages are a ratio out of 100, so they can always be compared directly. In other words, 60% of one value is equal to 60% of another value.#11 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5In a psychology class, 58 students have a mean score of 81.4 on a test. Then 21 more students take the test and their mean score is 73.7.What is the mean score of all of these students together? Round to one decimal place.mean of the scores of all the students =#12 Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5To compute a student’s Grade Point Average (GPA) for a term, the student’s grades for each course are weighted by the number of credits for the course. Suppose a student had these grades:4.0 in a 5 credit Math course2.6 in a 2 credit Music course2.6 in a 4 credit Chemistry course3.1 in a 6 credit Journalism courseWhat is the student’s GPA for that term? Round to two decimal places. Student’s GPA =

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Crystal Violet Lab Report:1. Based on your data and graphs, determine the order of the reaction in crystal violet. Explain the reasoning for your choice.2 Determine the pseudo rate constant, K’, for Trial # 1.3. Using the pseudo rate law, determine the rate of the reaction for trial # 1 after 5 minutes, 10 minutes, and 15 minutes.4. Write the integrated form of the rate law for Trial #1 relating [CV] to time.5. Determine the half- life for Trial 16. Using the data from the two runs, determine the order of the reaction in OH. Round the closest integer.7. Calculate the Value of the true rate constant for Trial #1 and Trial #2 and include the units.8. Write the rate law for this reaction using the average rate constant found in question 7.11/05/202020chemistry

Chemistry homework

These are a portion of the questions that are needed to be answered. If you decided to complete this assignment I will screenshot and send the remaining 9 questions.1. The equilibrium constant KP for the reaction is 203 at a certain temperature. CalculatePO2ifPNO = 0.411 atm and PNO2 = 0.385 atm.2NO2(g)⇆ 2NO(g) O2(g) PO2 = atm2. Enter your answer in the provided box. For the reaction N2(g) 3H2(g)⇆ 2NH3(g) KP is 0.000817 at 683°C.What is Kc for the reaction? Kc =3. A reaction vessel contains NH3, N2, and H2 at equilibrium at a certain temperature. The equilibrium concentrations are [N2] = 0.41 M, [H2] = 1.26 M, and [NH3] = 0.40 M.Calculate the equilibrium constant, Kc, if the reaction is represented as (1/2)N2(g) (3/2)H2(g) ⇌ NH3(g)4. Ammonium carbamate, NH4CO2NH2,decomposes as follows: NH4CO2NH2(s) ⇆ 2NH3(g) CO2(g) Starting with only the solid, it is found that at 40°C the total gas pressure(NH3 and CO2) is 0.263 atm.Calculate the equilibrium constant KP5. Enter your answer in the provided box.A 2.180 mole quantity of NOCl was initially placed in a1.150 L reaction chamber at 400°C. After equilibrium was established,it was found that 28.60 percent of the NOCl has dissociated:2NOCl(g) ⇆ 2NO(g) Cl2(g)Calculate the equilibrium constant Kc for the reaction.6. At 1000 K, a sample of pure NO2 gas decomposes:2NO2(g) ⇌ 2NO(g) O2(g)The equilibrium constant, KP, is 158. Analysis shows that the partial pressure of O2 is 0.43 atm at equilibrium. Calculate the pressure of NO and NO2 in the mixture.13/05/202015chemistry

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⁞ Essay Writing TipsChoose either Topic 1,Topic 2, or Topic 3. To answer these topics completely, it takes a minimum of 350 words. Use the topic questions and the scoring rubric to see if your draft responds fully to all parts of the question. A complete thoughtful answer is more important than word count.⁞ Topics for your Essay, Choose oneTopic 1:Respond toThe Moral Dilemma of Climate Changeat the top of page 440. Should we pay now to try and rein in global warming and its awful effects, or should we let our kids pay? Do we have moral obligations to future generations, to people who don’t yet exist? If we do have obligations to them, how much should we sacrifice now to do our duty?ORTopic 2:Explain and defend your views on the following:Is there anything wrong in offering unauthorized immigrants “a path to citizenship”? Should children brought into a country illegally ever be deported?.ORTopic 3:Respond toSinger or Hardinat the top of page 829. What would be the proper moral response of rich nations to this impending tragedy? Do you favor Garrett Hardin’s approach in which rich countries would not send food aid? Or Peter Singer’s path in which affluent individuals would be obligated to give much of their wealth to feed the hungry? Or a middle way in which the rich would have a duty to give some aid but would also have obligations to themselves and to their family and friends? Explain your view.Posted: an hour agoDue: 25/04/2020Budget: $15Tags: HomeworkAnswers 0Bids 110MusyokionesMiss DeannaDr CloverMadem_JenniferEARNESTWRITERabdul_rehman_Amanda SmithAleena Sheikhhassan0906Asad UllahGuruu MathEssays GuruBridget YoungPROVEN QUALITY Rosie Septemberuniversity workAgher EditorRihAN_MendozaRanchoddas Chanchad PhDElprofessoriMathStat GeniusMalik TutorPROF. ANNWIZARD_KIMStano 001Master WorkerBrainy BrianDexterMastersrunge-kutta acersmart-tutorprofessor mitchUltimate GEEKProff work phd Emily MichaelUNDISPUTED GEEKPROF_TOMMYUrgent TutorCatherine Owensbrilliant answersProf.MacQueenTutor Cyrus Kenmichael smithPaula HogAngelina MayJOHN JUNIOR001Michelle OwensEva GreenProf James KelvinProf BerryDr shamille ClaraChrisProfDr WillymartinsRESPECT WRITERbennetsandovawork solutionsNursing_MissKATHERINE BECKSDr_Hakuna_MatataDrNicNgaoHomework ProRELIABLE PAPERSWendy LewisPhd christineJenny BoomCotton CandyMiss Professorwizard kimAshley Ellie kim woodsprof avrilResearchGuru555Emily ClareRey writerTerry RobertsANN HARRISSaburBTutorJoeKimExpert AhmedAdrian MonroeAbdullah Anwarjuliusmu33JudithTutorfirstclass tutorSaad FahimA-Grade Writermadam-professorphyllis youngMichelle Lewis PhdJen Tech1Senior Advanced WriterMadam JosephineJessica LuisPROFJUMAAAQuickly answer suniyaziaMiss Lily J.Tutor-paulaMiss_AqsaGuruWriter24Amelia IrisEssayProfessorAmerican Academic Writer 1The KnightEUROPEAN WRITERkatty_julietperfect hamzaHELPER WRITERqualitywork51827Research GeniusHawks EyeOther questions 10Mastering Chemistry HomeworkAre there communication issues with the overuse of fm radio signals?Understanding how to properly value a vanilla bond is essential for finance. Add the criteria of long-term debt do assets to ensure the company has debt. Add the criteria of dividends per share. MGT431 Development and Training Paper Week 3 Team PaperAssignment 1: Product PackagingCritique your employer's method(s) for granting pay raises. 6 pagesETH 125 homeworkGeometry HW – Q 1- 12, and question # 16 – Need in 8 HOURS MAX!!What is Socially or Culturally Deemed “Normal”?Rated 1 timesPHI2604-PhilosophyChoose either Topic 1,Topic 2, or Topic 3. To answer these topics completely, it takes a minimum of 350 words. Use the topic questions and the scoring rubric to see if your draft …25/04/202015english

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I need 300 words initial Post and 3 replies of 75-100 words replies each on three given replies. No Plagiarism. Due in 6 hours.1. Give a brief description of each of the 4 macromolecules.(Protein, Lipids, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids)2. Write what you ate at your last complete meal and categorize each food carbohydrate, lipids, protein and nucleic acids. Be detailed and must be original writing.3. 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Safe Harbor provisions under HIPAA

Write an essay of at least 500 words discussing the Safe Harbor provisions under HIPAA.Do not copy without providing proper attribution. This paper will be evaluated through SafeAssign.Write in essay format not in outline, bulleted, numbered or other list format.Do not submit attachments.Use the five paragraph format. Each paragraph must have at least five sentences.Include an interesting meaningful title.Include at least one quote from each of 3 different articles, place the words you copied (do not alter or paraphrase the words) in quotation marks and cite in-line (as all work copied from another should be handled). The quotes should be one full sentence (no more, less) and should be incorporated in your discussion (they do not replace your discussion) to illustrate or emphasize your ideas. Each quote must be cited in-line and at the end.Cite your sources in a clickable reference list at the end. Do not copy without providing proper attribution (quotation marks and in-line citations). Write in essay format not in bulleted, numbered or other list format.It is important that you use your own words, that you cite your sources, that you comply with the instructions regarding length of your submission Do not use spinbot or other word replacement software. It usually results in nonsense and is not a good way to learn anything. I will not spend a lot of my time trying to decipher nonsense. Proof read your work or have it edited. Find something interesting and/or relevant to your work to write about. Please do not submit attachments unless requested.Posted: 37 minutes agoDue: 11/01/2020Budget: $10Tags: IT500Answers 0Bids 65reliablewriterESSAYS EXPERT PROFESSORAmanda SmithnicohwilliamGreat-WritersPaula HogEssays Gurufactorised_factsRasWriterErick TylerCallie ThorneMusyokionesGradesMaestroDr Ava_MiaEmily ClareMath GuruuQuickly answer Dr Candice_2547wizard kimquality work for allCatherine Owensbrilliant answerskatetutorBethuel Besttutorthammysarapaul2013ElprofessoriJessica LuisRey writerProf.MacQueenEmily MichaelRESPECT WRITERDrNicNgaohassan0906university worksmart-tutorRELIABLE PAPERSWIZARD_KIMWendy Lewisimhmd.fkim woodsJenny Boomprof avrilTerry RobertsperfectoDr. Elahiphyllis youngStano 001Eva GreenansRohanChrisProfDexterMastersCasey CeliaDr shamille Claraabdul_rehman_Liza_JulietSaad FahimSaburBCourseCrackerQuickMentorSouthern-Tutorsjudge mikeTopAcademicTutorUnique_ProfchuckprofessorOther questions 103 PageDifferential Model Equations A workLab 3 EasyPHP and MySQL Setup*****A Rated Tutorial Already***** Use as a Guide Paper*****ENG 215 Assignment 3 Persuasive Paper Part I – A Problem Exists*****Already A Rated Tutorial use as Guide paper*****FOR JAPMAN ASSIGNMENT 4Project management Chemistry homework helplegal writing 3-2What are the basic characteristics of services compared with goods? What are the implications of these characteristics for Southwest Airlines?Rated 1 timesthe reasons for the two new auditing roles in Oracle 12c. Why did Oracle consider them necessary? What problems do they solve? How do they benefit companies?Write an essay of at least 500 words discussingthe reasons for the two new auditing roles in Oracle 12c. Why did Oracle consider them necessary? What problems do they solve? How do they benefit …Rated 1 timesEssay..Write an essay of at least 500 words discussing how database auditing and monitoring fit within a SOX compliance framework.Do not copy without providing proper attribution. This paper …Rated 1 timesEssay pn use of encryption to protect data at rest, in motion, and in useWrite an essay of at least five hundred wordsdiscussing the use of encryption to protect data at rest, in motion, and in use.Do not copy without providing proper attribution. …Rated 1 timesTypes Of Database Exploits- Sqlmap, An Automated Tool For Sql Injection And Database TakeoverResource : SQL Injectionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-9rHTLHJTYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jKylhJtPmIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciNHn38EyRcWatch this video on the SQL …Rated 1 timesPreventive controlsWrite an essay of at least five hundred words discussing the use of encryption to protect data at rest, in motion, and in use.Write in essay …Rated 1 timesRegulatory frameworksWrite an essay of at least 500 words discussing the Safe Harbor provisions under HIPAA. Do not copy without providing proper attribution. This paper will be evaluated through SafeAssign.Rated 1 timesSqlmapWrite an essay discussingsqlmap, an automated tool for sql injection and database takeover in 500 words or more. Why do we need an automated tool for sql injection?Do not copy without …Not ratedSafe Harbor provisions under HIPAAWrite an essay of at least 500 words discussingthe Safe Harbor provisions under HIPAA.Do not copy without providing proper attribution. This paper will …Not rated IAM in a federated cloud applicationWrite an essay of at least 500 words discussing discussing IAM in a federated cloud application.Do not copy without providing proper attribution. …Not rated500 wordsWrite an essay of at least five hundred words discussing the use of encryption to protect data at rest, in motion, and in use. Write in essay format not in outline, bulleted, …11/01/202010informationsystems

PHD INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

WRITTEN INTERVIEW QUESTIONSDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In the event that any outside resources are used, resources should be cited in APA format. Submissions should be a maximum of 500 words or 125 words per question/prompt. It is best to response to each prompt/question individually for clarity of the reviewer. Writing sample should be submitted in Microsoft Word format and include candidate’s name.PhD IT Tell us about yourself and your personal journey that has lead you to University of the Cumberlands. What are your research interests in the area of information technology? How did you become interested in this area of research? What is your current job/career and how will this program impact your career growth? What unique qualities do you think you have that will help you in being successful in this program? How canobtaining a doctorate impact your contribution to the practices of information technology? Where do you see yourself after obtaining a doctorate from UC?Posted: 2 months agoDue: 30/10/2019Budget: $10Tags: asapAPA FormatAnswers 2Amanda Smith4.9 (456)4.9 (9k )Chat2 months agoPurchase the answer to view itTheValueofPursuingaPHDinuniversityCumberlands1.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10KATHERINE BECKS5.0 (479)4.8 (3k )Chat2 months agoPurchase the answer to view itWRITTENINTERVIEWQUESTIONS.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $10Bids 70Madam MichelleAmanda SmithKATHERINE BECKSWIZARD_KIMTeacher A Workwizard kimprofessor mitchDr Candice_2547RESPECT WRITERsmart-tutorProf Double RDoctor OkumuColossal Geniusrunge-kutta acerMiss LynnPROF washington watsonPeter ArthurJenny BoomCatherine OwensClytemnestraPhd christineDr Jamlicnadia tutorMegan TillmanQuickly answer All Works solverChrisProfmbithehansRohanEmily MichaelUNDISPUTED GEEKprof avrilWendy LewisYourstarDrNicNgaobrilliant answersDr R Judy MarkshackwriterYhtomitENS. writerimhmd.fProff work phd ANN HARRISRey writerMiss ProfessorAngelina MayDr. Benevework solutionscomputerscienceSamann060Prof.MacQueenkim woodsPh.D A GradeperfectoTerry RobertsComputer_Science_Expertsarapaul2013katetutorDexterMastersBridget Youngphyllis youngAcademic MentorSuper GeekElprofessoriUltimate_WriterSaad FahimUnique_ProfmiftikhargadolaTutorlukamA studentsOther questions 10GreenResearch with StatistsBus. Man. Powerpoint hw. due SaturdayDNA HOMEWORK*****A Rated Tutorial Already***** Use as a Guide Paper*****Bus 430-1 week 3 discussion 2 part 2Erikson due tomorrow by noon. Quality Management and Quality Controlsummary Reaction KineticsTIMED TEST 2 Rated 1 timesquestion and answerPh.D. in information technologyeach question 125 words Tell us about yourself and your personal journey that has to lead you to the University of the Cumberlands. What are your …Rated 1 timesPHD INTERVIEW Tell us about yourself and your personal journey that has lead you to University of the Cumberlands. What are your research interests in the area of information technology? How did you …Rated 1 timesPHD ITDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In the event that any outside resources …Rated 1 timesPHD interview Question in APA formatWRITTEN INTERVIEW QUESTIONSDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In the …Rated 1 timesGeneral QuestionsTell us about yourself and your personal journey that has lead you to University of the Cumberlands.?What are your research interests in the area of information technology? How did you become …Not ratedPhD Interview questions WRITTEN INTERVIEW QUESTIONSDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In the event …Not ratedAdmission QuestionsWRITTEN INTERVIEW QUESTIONSDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In …Not ratedPhD IT Interview QuestionsWRITTEN INTERVIEW QUESTIONSDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In the …Not ratedPhD IT Interview QuestionsWRITTEN INTERVIEW QUESTIONSDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. In the …Not ratedPhd Interview QuestionsWRITTEN INTERVIEW QUESTIONSDoctoral candidates should provide an authentic personal statement to each of the five following questions/prompts reflecting on their own personal interest. 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Decisions to support healthcare and patients 5b

Attached.questions to answer: 2,3,41,5-2 pgs long.Thank you.16FC0CCB-EB6A-438C-81A0-0C4990794D09.jpeg6102CD81-21BB-4AA5-9F14-713FC0C2D6AA.jpegPosted: 39 minutes agoDue: 19/12/2019Budget: $20Tags: asapurgent Answers 0Bids 58Mukul5078ESSAYS EXPERT PROFESSORProf. NicholasPaula HogDr Ava_MiaLilliana_Smithprofessor mitchDr R Judy MarkDr Candice_2547brilliant answersJessica LuisRey writerProf.MacQueenEmily Michaelsarapaul2013RESPECT WRITERDrNicNgaoPROF_TOMMYuniversity workProff work phd runge-kutta acerMiss ProfessorWendy Lewisimhmd.fhassan0906kim woodsJenny Boomprof avrilTerry RobertsGradeSaverAngelina Maybennetsandovaperfectojim clairephyllis youngSamann060Urgent Tutormagz64Stano 001ansRohanTopanswersUltimate GEEKYoung Kim hoodsChrisProfClytemnestraJamie Ackerprof.TimetestUmair_ArifTalentedtutorfastestwriter1Computer_Science_ExpertSaad FahimKaya ScodelarioLiza_JulietUnique TeacherSaburBAZHARAKRAM300Unique_ProfOther questions 10ASSIGNMENTCollaborative reportscreen shot1 page outline 6 pages in total personalitychemistrycan you give feedback to my peers/classmate (follow the red guide please) 1 paragraph Assume that the low-calorie frozen, microwavable food company from AssignmentsETHICAL BEHAVIOROrg ManagementBlog ArchiveCopyright © 2019 HomeworkMarket.com Read MoreApplied SciencesArchitecture and DesignBiologyBusiness & FinanceChemistryComputer ScienceGeographyGeologyEducationEngineeringEnglishEnvironmental scienceSpanishGovernmentHistoryHuman Resource ManagementInformation SystemsLawLiteratureMathematicsNursingPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyReadingScienceSocial Science window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:4,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“8872659”:{“body”:”Learning Activity 1Accordingto James Kotter, the difference between “changemanagement” and “changeleadership,” and whether it’s just a matter of semantics…these terms are not …”,”id”:8872659,”title”:”Org Management”,”isTutorial”:true,”isEssay”:true,”budget”:3,”fieldOfStudyId”:200,”userId”:320301,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2016-03-26T17:43:14.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:200,”name”:”English”,”anchor”:”English”,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886117,”path”:”/fields/english”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:1039294,”path”:”/content/org-management-0″,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”}},”8873223″:{“body”:”Most people know what is right and what is wrong. 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40 MUTIPLE CHOICE WORDS

Question 1 Connie, the president of a company that makes paper, has a new interest in the environment. She recently went to a seminar on environmental dangers and has decided to take steps to clean things up. She started at home and was also committed to change things at work. Connie had to face the fact that her company has been cheating and is not in compliance with applicable environmental regulations due to dumping in a nearby river. Her company has never been cited, however, because it employs a very large number of people in the community, including the mayor’s wife and the chief-of-police’s brother. On her mission to clean things up, Connie has decided to go even further than the law requires and install the very latest environmental protections. When she announced her plan, the chair of the company’s board of directors, Brooke, had a meeting with Connie. Brooke told Connie to analyze the situation carefully because the cost of the additional equipment would mean no dividend to shareholders and no raise for employees. Furthermore, Brooke told Connie that installing all of the new equipment would result in higher prices for the company’s paper products and could bankrupt the company because of foreign competition. Brooke hinted that Connie could be fired if she persisted. Brooke suggested that Connie just be concerned with a minimal standard of ethics. Which of the following would be a stakeholder in the company?The community onlyThe shareholders onlyFuture generations onlyThe community and shareholders onlyThe community, shareholders, and future generations2 points Question 2 Which of the following is TRUE regarding the liability in tort of employers for the actions of employees and independent contractors?Employers are generally liable in tort for the actions of their employees, while they are generally not liable for the actions of independent contractors.Employers are generally liable in tort for the actions of independent contractors, while they are generally not liable for the actions of employees.Employers are not generally liable in tort for the actions of independent contractors or for the actions of employees.Employers are generally liable in tort for the actions of independent contractors and also for the actions of employees.Employers are generally liable in tort for the actions of independent contractors and the actions of employees, but only if the employer has agreed to be liable in a written contract with the employee or independent contractor.2 points Question 3 Which of the following was the result on appeal in the case of Webster v. Blue Ship Tea Room Inc.—the case in which the plaintiff sued after getting a bone caught in her throat while eating clam chowder?That the plaintiff could recover based upon the implied warranty of merchantabilityThat the plaintiff could recover based upon the implied warranty of fitness for a particular purposeThat the plaintiff could recover based on an express warrantyThat the plaintiff could not recover because she waited too long in which to sue and also because she was not the direct purchaser of the fishThat the plaintiff could not recover for reasons including that the bone should not have been unexpected2 points Question 4 A partnership in which the partners divide profits and management responsibilities and share unlimited personal liability for the partnership’s debt is called a __________.general partnershiplimited partnershiplimited liability partnershipcorporationlimited liability company2 points Question 5 A person who contracts with another to do something for him or her but who is not controlled by the other nor subject to the other’s right to control with respect to his or her physical conduct in the performance of the undertaking is a(n) __________.employeeindependent contractorauthorized contractortask-specific contractorpartial contractor2 points Question 6 Which of the following occurs when a party to a contract transfers his or her rights to a contract to a third party?AssignmentReferralDisgorgementPrivityTransfer2 points Question 7 Penny is investigating what she needs to do to legally to open a dog grooming business in her city. Which of the following would govern the business?State statutesCity ordinancesModel lawsState statutes, city ordinances, and model lawsState statutes and city ordinances, but not model laws2 points Question 8 Sally agrees to mow Paul’s yard for $300 for the summer. Paul wishes to assign the contract to his grandmother. Sally objects because Paul’s yard is very small while the grandmother’s yard is over an acre. Which of the following is the correct legal outcome for the dispute between Sally and Paul?Sally will win because Paul’s attempted assignment would increase the duties to which she agreed.Sally will win because all assignments are invalid without the obligor’s consent.Sally will win unless Paul paid her the $300 in advance in which case Paul will win.Paul will win because he may validly assign the contract without Sally’s consent.Paul will win so long as he tells Sally about the assignment prior to the time she begins any performance whatsoever.2 points Question 9 Which of the following is FALSE regarding a sole proprietorship?A sole proprietorship requires few legal formalities.A sole proprietor has complete control of the management of the business.The sole proprietor keeps all the profits from the business.Profits are taxed as the personal income of the sole proprietor.A sole proprietor is not personally liable for obligations of the business.2 points Question 10 If the plaintiff wants a court order that requires the defendant to fulfill the terms of the contract, the plaintiff is seeking __________.specific performancedirectiveinstructional edictdemandinjunction2 points Question 11 Gretchen offers $100 to anyone who can return her lost dog, Sparky. Haley returns the dog and requests the money. Gretchen says that there is no binding contract. Which of the following is TRUE regarding Gretchen’s statement?Gretchen is incorrect because there is a binding bilateral contract.Gretchen is incorrect because there is a binding unilateral contract that Haley accepted by performing.Gretchen is correct because there is no binding bilateral contract.Gretchen is correct because there is no binding unilateral contract.Gretchen is correct because Haley acted incorrectly by her manner of attempted acceptance.2 points Question 12 Stewart, the owner of ABC Construction, agreed with Joan, the owner of XYZ Hotel, that he would complete renovations on her upscale hotel on the beach in Florida by October 1. The amount due to Stewart under the contract was $250,000. The contract contained a clause by which Stewart would pay Joan $50,000 for each day he was late on completing the project. Unfortunately, a strong earthquake shook the area, and while the earthquake did not damage the hotel itself, Stewart encountered significant difficulty in getting supplies due to the high demand for building material following the earthquake. Because he believed that traveling, himself, to other states to obtain supplies would be prohibitively expensive, he delayed the project for two weeks while waiting for local stores to have sufficient supplies available. Stewart finished renovations six days late. Joan told Stewart that she owed him nothing but that he owed her $50,000. Stewart told Joan that he was suing for the entire $250,000 because it was not his fault the earthquake delayed matters. Which of the following is the appropriate term for the agreement that Stewart would pay Joan $50,000 for each day he was late in completion?Mitigated damages termLiquidated damages clauseStipulated damagesAcknowledged damages clauseApproved and acknowledged damages clause2 points Question 13 Which of the following are the two primary kinds of performance?Partial and significantPartial and completePartial and substantialComplete and substantialComplete and significant2 points Question 14 The “public disclosure” test is also known as the __________ test.televisionPowellself-consciousgoldenprimary2 points Question 15 Which of the following is FALSE regarding a limited liability partnership?A limited liability partnership is considered a separate legal entity.Limited liability partnerships are fairly new.The business name must include “Limited Liability Partnership” or an abbreviation in the name.The parties must file a form with the secretary of the state to create a limited liability partnership.Each partner pays taxes on his or her share of the income of the business.2 points Question 16 Positive abstractions that capture our sense of what is good or desirable are __________.ethical ideasvaluesconscience demandsdesirable principlesaction goals2 points Question 17 Which of the following is TRUE regarding the mirror-image rule and the UCC?The mirror-image rule applies under the UCC the same as it is applies under common law.The mirror-image rule that applies under common law does not apply under the UCC.The mirror-image rule that applies under the common law applies under the UCC only if a lease is involved.The mirror-image rule that applies under the common law applies under the UCC only if a sale of goods is involved.The mirror-image rule under the UCC does not apply to common law.2 points Question 18 Which of the following provides that a portion of a copyrighted work may be reproduced for purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarships, and research?The limited-use doctrineThe copyright-use doctrineThe fair-use doctrineThe trade-use doctrineNone of these because there is no such provision2 points Question 19 __________ are investor-owners of a corporation.Profit ownersProfit and loss ownersApproved investorsLimited partnersShareholders2 points Question 20 Which of the following is FALSE regarding trade-secret protection?Competitors may not legally discover trade secrets by doing reverse engineering.Competitors may discover secrets by going on public tours of plants and observing the use of the trade secret.Lawful discovery of a trade secret means there is no longer a trade secret to be protected.An invention may be considered a trade secret.A design may be considered a trade secret.2 points Question 21 Mistakes in contracts may be classified as __________.void and voidableenforceable and voidableunilateral and voidmutual and enforceableunilateral and mutual2 points Question 22 Kitty, who had a love of baking, decided to open her own bakery. She decided that she did not need and did not want to pay for a lawyer to advise her on different forms of ownership. Unfortunately, Kitty had not paid attention in business law class. She proceeded, with little thought, to simply open her business called Kitty’s Baking. Bobby came in to order some cookies for his girlfriend, Bitsy, who was allergic to peanuts. Bobby told Kitty that he needed some cookies for Bitsy, but he explained that Bitsy had allergies to peanuts. Kitty told him not to worry because she would make up a special batch just for him. Kitty had hired some assistants because she was so busy. She told an assistant, Cathy, to make up several batches of cookies for different customers, including Bobby, and to leave out the peanuts in Bobby’s order. Cathy, however, forgot the instruction and proceeded to make Bobby’s cookies with crushed peanuts. Bobby picked up the cookies and gave one to Bitsy in the car while they were on the way to the movie in Bobby’s new car. Bitsy became violently ill, vomited in Bobby’s car, and had to have her stomach pumped. Bobby and Bitsy sought recovery from Kitty who told them that Bitsy’s doctor bill and Bobby’s car-cleaning bill were business debts, that the business was new and not making any money at the moment, and that she had no personal liability. Following the incident involving Bobby and Bitsy, Kitty discussed with her parents her problems with the bakery. Kitty’s parents would like to invest in her business and share in any profits, but they do not want to share in the management responsibilities. What type of business did Kitty initially set up?A limited liability companyA sole proprietorshipAn individual proprietorshipA general companyAn S corporation2 points Question 23 The __________ is the supreme law of the land.United States ConstitutionDeclaration of IndependenceUnited States Codemodel lawUniform Commercial Code2 points Question 24 Which of the following are types of warranties?Express and unknownImplied and understoodAcknowledged and expressExpress, implied, and acknowledgedExpress and implied, but not acknowledged2 points Question 25 A breaching party’s right to provide conforming goods when nonconforming goods were initially delivered is known as __________.substantial impairmentusage of tradecureperfect tender rulecourse of dealing2 points Question 26 Heather innocently misrepresented the status of a puppy as being a full-blooded Pomeranian when actually it was a mixed breed. Brad had contracted to purchase the dog, but the problem was discovered prior to his paying for the dog and picking it up. Nevertheless, Brad was very angry and felt that Heather should have been more careful. He said that he planned to rescind the contract and also sue her for damages to punish her and deter others from behaving similarly. Which of the following is true regarding the remedies available to Brad?Because Heather violated the contract to provide a full-blooded Pomeranian, Brad is entitled to rescind the contract and also to the damages he seeks.Because Heather violated the contract to provide a full-blooded Pomeranian, Brad is entitled to rescind the contract, but he is not entitled to the damages he seeks.Because Heather is not guilty of any wrongdoing, Brad is entitled to no remedy, and Heather has an additional 30 days in order to honor the contract.Because Heather is not guilty of any wrongdoing, Brad is entitled to no remedy, and Heather has an additional 60 days in order to honor the contract.Because Heather is not guilty of any wrongdoing, Brad is entitled to no remedy, and Heather has an additional 90 days in order to honor the contract.2 points Question 27 Monique was licensed to train massage therapists. A new federal agency, the Aesthetic and Massage Commission, was committed to enforcing the statute that licensed massage therapists must refrain from “any act or conduct indicating bad faith, incompetence, dishonesty, or improper dealing.” Monique, while driving home late one night from a party, was stopped by the police and arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. She pled guilty to the offense. When the Aesthetic and Massage Commission discovered the offense, the officials of the agency met, decided that Monique might drink on the job, and concluded that she might pose a danger to students. Accordingly, her license to teach massage therapy was revoked. Monique threatened to sue to retain her license and was told by the agency head that she had no right to appeal to court because of the nature of the Aesthetic and Massage Commission, and that, in any event, action by an agency is always upheld. Which of the following is TRUE regarding the statement of the agency that Monique had no right to appeal to court?The agency representative was wrong, and if Monique cannot resolve the issue within the agency, she may appeal to court for judicial review.Because the agency was set up to protect the safety of the public, the agency representative is correct unless Monique can establish that she entered into a separate contractual arrangement with the agency when she was hired that gave her the right to appeal decisions to court.Further information is needed regarding whether the agency was an executive agency or an independent agency because while actions of an independent agency may be appealed to court, actions of an executive agency may not be appealed to court.Further information is needed regarding whether the agency was an executive agency or an independent agency because while actions of an executive agency may be appealed to court, actions of an independent agency may not be appealed to court.Because the agency was set up to protect the safety of the public, the agency representative is correct, and Monique has no right to a court action and no right to enter into a contractual agreement with the agency regarding appeal rights.2 points Question 28 Which of the following refers to the right of an offeror to revoke an offer?The offeror is the “originator of his offer.”The offeror is the “master of his offer.”The offeror is the “proponent of his offer.”The offeror is the “adjudicator of his offer.”The offeror is the “arbiter of his offer.”2 points Question 29 What was the result in the case in the textbook of Lucy v. Zehmer involving whether allegations of joking involving the sale of land prevented the formation of a contract?The court ruled that the contract would not be enforced because one of the parties was subjectively joking.The court ruled that the contract would not be enforced because one of the parties was joking, and a reasonable person should have known that.The court ruled that the contract would not be enforced because the parties had been drinking although they were not intoxicated.The court ruled that the agreement would be enforced because of the outward manifestations of agreement.The court ruled that the contract would be enforced because of what the parties verbally said regardless of whether an objective person would have thought joking was involved.2 points Question 30 Jim, who is a bit eccentric, says that he is fed up with the way a certain employer in his town treats employees and that he is going to sue that employer in an effort to improve matters. Jim also says that he is going to start his case at the appellate court level, skipping over all of those “lesser” judges. Jim says that those justices will surely hear him out and that he will also seek a jury. Although he is not a lawyer, Jim believes that the offenses of the employer are so severe that the justices will appreciate his attempt to make things better for the employees involved. Will Jim get a jury at the appellate court level?Only if the opposing party agreesIn some states but not in othersOnly if he is in federal courtOnly if he is in state courtNo2 points Question 31 Which of the following is a person who has a duty to act primarily for another person’s benefit?PrincipalEmployerFiduciaryTrustorBenefitor2 points Question 32 Which of the following is TRUE regarding whether the shape of a product or package may be a trademark?The shape of a product may be a trademark if it is nonfunctional, but the shape of a package may not be the subject of a trademark.The shape of a product may be the subject of a trademark if it is functional, but the shape of the package may not be the subject of a trademark.The shape of a product or package may be a trademark if it is functional.The shape of a product or the shape of a package may be a trademark if it is nonfunctional.The shape of a package may be a trademark if it is nonfunctional, but the shape of a product may not be the subject or a trademark.2 points Question 33 Which of the following BEST determines the obligations of sellers/lessors and buyers/lessees?Terms the parties outline in agreementsCustomRules outlined by the UCCTerms the parties outline in agreements, custom, and rules outlined by the UCCTerms the parties outline in agreements and custom, but not rules outlined by the UCC2 points Question 34 In a limited partnership, which of the following have no part in the management of the business?General partnersLimited partnersSpecial partnersGeneral partners, limited partners, and special partnersGeneral and special partners but not limited partners2 points Question 35 Patricia, the president of a company that makes batteries, has a new interest in the environment. She recently went to a seminar on environmental dangers and has decided to take steps to clean things up. She started at home and was also committed to change things at work. Patricia had to face the fact that her company has been cheating and is not in compliance with applicable environmental regulations due to dumping in a nearby river. Her company has never been cited, however, because it employs a very large number of people in the community, including the mayor’s wife and the chief-of-police’s brother. On her mission to clean things up, Patricia has decided to go even further than the law requires and install the very latest environmental protections. When she announced her plan, the chair of the company’s board of directors, Cindy, had a meeting with Patricia. Cindy told Patricia to analyze the situation carefully because the cost of the additional equipment would mean no dividend to shareholders and no raise for employees. Furthermore, Cindy told Patricia that installing all of the new equipment would result in higher prices for the company’s batteries and could bankrupt the company because of foreign competition. Cindy hinted that Patricia could be fired if she persisted. Cindy suggested that Patricia just be concerned with a minimal standard of ethics. Which of the following is the minimal standard that a business must meet in a consideration of business ethics?Decisions must be legal.Decisions must meet the criteria of a follower of the WPH Framework for Business Ethics.Decisions must meet the requirements of the most important stakeholders.Decisions must receive a majority vote of acceptance by employees.Both that decisions must be legal and that decisions receive a majority vote of acceptance by employees.2 points Question 36 Which of the following is FALSE regarding the agency relationship?It is a consensual relationship.It may be formed by formal written contracts.It may usually be formed by informal oral agreements.It exists when the principal takes action to ask another individual to act on behalf of the principal.People must be trained in the field involved in order to qualify as agents.2 points Question 37 Barry, an auctioneer, was holding an auction on a Saturday morning. At the beginning of the auction, Barry announced that the auction was being held without reserve. At the auction, Mary saw a great deal on a used table. She bid $20 on it. No one else bid anything. Barry announced that $20 was clearly insufficient for the table, that it was worth much more than that, and that he was taking it out of the auction. Mary sued Barry, attempting to obtain possession of the table. What is the likely result in the lawsuit brought by Mary against Barry for the table?Barry will win because Mary was simply making an offer that he was free to decline.Barry will win because the price was clearly insufficient for the table.Barry will win because no acceptance occurred.Mary will win because the auction was without reserve, and Barry had agreed to accept the highest bid.Barry will win because he did not inform attendees in writing that the auction was without reserve.2 points Question 38 Which of the following articles of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governs sales contracts?22(A)44(A)62 points Question 39 A __________ is a FALSE representation of a material fact that is consciously false and intended to mislead the other party.negligent misrepresentationfraudulent misrepresentationscienter misrepresentationnegligent misrepresentation, fraudulent misrepresentation, and a scienter misrepresentationnegligent or fraudulent misrepresentation, but not a scienter misrepresentation2 points Question 40 Which of the following do NOT meet the UCC definition of a good?Real estateCorporate stocksCopyrightsNeither real estate, corporate stocks, nor copyrights meet the definition of goodsReal estate and corporate stocks do not, but copyrights do meet the definition of goodPosted: 2 years agoDue: 03/10/2017Budget: $25Answers 1Miss Professor4.6 (456)4.5 (16k )ChathihiAnswer rating:0.5Stars out of1ratings2 years agoPurchase the answer to view it40questions.docx40questions1.docxBuy answer $25Bids 41Jane the tutorMiss ProfessorTop-Performerchichi..2Arizona WriterRue haulProf. FarellDr. Peter WrightEliteExpertsTimecheckerDr. KennedyTruman parkmartha92phyllis youngYhtomitkokowoocaspianoHillary YoungsmartwriterSteve JobsDoctor OwensLizluvwriterHomework SolutionMberiahAshliey WriterPrincessMary tutorGoodwriterOnTimekim woodsbrilliant answersCatherine OwensProf. GoodwillProf Tim WilsonProf. ScriptBlessedWriterProf. Allwood SonnerbergPERFECT GENIUSQueen of BrainsTeacher hyrankscoco_soboMiss LynnOther questions 10Business Law Case 9, 10, 11Business HW HelpDq 1-2PRO MET 5helpUNIT I ESSAY COMPUTER CLASSchemistrymarketing assignementcrj as2Week 1 – Discussion 1 – Legal and Ethical Environment of Business – for Prof Eluid P OnlyNot rated42 QUESTIONS TWO OF THE QUESTIONS NEED TO BE ANSWERED IN 200 WORDS EACHQuestion 1 …Blog ArchiveCopyright © 2019 HomeworkMarket.com Read MoreApplied SciencesArchitecture and DesignBiologyBusiness & FinanceChemistryComputer ScienceGeographyGeologyEducationEngineeringEnglishEnvironmental scienceSpanishGovernmentHistoryHuman Resource ManagementInformation SystemsLawLiteratureMathematicsNursingPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychologyReadingScienceSocial Science window.__REDUX__STATE__ = ‘{“appMeta”:{“serverRendered”:true},”apiRequests”:{“pendingRequestCount”:0,”succeededRequestCount”:4,”failedRequestCount”:0,”requestCounters”:{“GET_FIELDS_PENDING”:0,”GET_ENTITY_PENDING”:0,”GET_FIELDS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_ENTITY_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_PENDING”:0,”GET_SIMILAR_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1,”GET_OTHER_QUESTIONS_SUCCESS”:1}},”currentUserMeta”:{“id”:0,”isGuest”:true,”isReceivingEmails”:null,”authMethod”:null,”approvalTicket”:null,”fees”:null,”disputesAmount”:null,”earningsStats”:{“questions”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0},”tutorials”:{“totalPurchases”:0,”totalIncome”:0}}},”modal”:{},”joyride”:{“steps”:[]},”users”:{“guest-0”:{“role”:”student”,”isGuest”:true}},”usersStatuses”:{},”usersThreads”:{},”usersReviews”:{},”usersQuestions”:{},”reviewsPage”:{“results”:[]},”reviews”:{},”answersReviews”:{},”threads”:{},”questions”:{“12175841”:{“body”:”Discussion Boad Week 1Thinking about what you already know about law and commerce,How does the role of law impact business and commerce?Why are laws necessary to govern business in an …”,”id”:12175841,”title”:”Week 1 – Discussion 1 – Legal and Ethical Environment of Business – for Prof Eluid P Only”,”isTutorial”:false,”isEssay”:false,”due”:”2016-10-05T00:00:00.000Z”,”budget”:15,”fieldOfStudyId”:6700,”userId”:682109,”published”:true,”newBids”:0,”createdAt”:”2016-10-04T17:12:06.000Z”,”fieldOfStudy”:{“id”:6700,”name”:”Business Finance – Management”,”anchor”:”Management”,”fieldOfStudyId”:900,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:15:16.000Z”,”path”:{“id”:5886227,”path”:”/fields/business-finance-management”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:false,”createdAt”:”2017-12-24T22:55:21.000Z”}},”path”:{“id”:1270758,”path”:”/content/week-1-discussion-1-legal-and-ethical-environment-business-prof-eluid-p-only”,”sitemap”:true,”amp”:true,”createdAt”:”2017-09-06T03:23:07.000Z”},”rating”:{“id”:1110869,”grade”:100,”num”:2,”createdAt”:”2018-03-18T08:20:56.000Z”}},”12178561″:{“body”:”(NBA) from 1981 to 2014. 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BCO221 GLOBAL ECONOMICS – Task brief & rubricsTask briefDescription:Individual task.First, answer the following two questions (60%) Then, write a report (40%).Questions (60%)Question 1 (30%). Explain the Bretton Woods system. You should refer to:o As a result of the Bretton Woods system, what happened with the exchange rates? Was it fixed? Was it floating? (10p)o Why did the Bretton Woods system collapse? (10p)o Would be such a system feasible nowadays?Question 2 (30%). With reference to real world examples assess the pros and cons of different exchange rate systems. In your answer you should refer to:o Floating exchange rate regimes – you should in particular consider whether floating currencies are condusive to promoting international trade.o Pegged exchange rate regimes and pegged with bands exchange rate regimes – you should consider the possibility of currency crises in relation to the pegged with bands currency regimes and should consider an actual currency crisis such as the 1992 Black Wednesday Crisis for the pound and its membership of the ERM.o Single currencies – in relation to single currencies you should consider the pros and cons of the Euro, you should bring in the Optimal Currency Area argument, and you should in particular consider whether a nation like Greece in the aftermath of the 2008 Financial Crisis suffered more than it would have if it had not been a part of the Eurozone (due to its inability to devalue its currency or implement a looser monetary policy) and you should also consider whether the ECB has reponsed adequately to the economic challenges of the current coronavirus crisis (i.e. should the ECB be implementing a looser monetary policy in particular right now). You should consider whether a one size monetary policy does fit all.Report (40%)You are asked to develop and write a final report to assess the case study of the transition to electric mobility and its effects in global economics. Your work should come with in-depth reasoning and justification with well founded facts, events, figures and academic arguments. Please also refer to authors, models, themes and concepts learned in the course. You may define, evaluate and apply these when needed. Critical thinking is welcomed when justyfiying your alternatives and answers. Please read the following case study summary about the 2019 edition of the Global EV Outlook, which is the flagship publication of the Electric Vehicles Initiative (EVI) within the IEA (International energy agency), at the 10th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) meeting that was held in Vancouver on 27 May 2019.Electric car deployment has been growing rapidly over the past ten years, with the global stock of electric passenger carspassing 5 million in 2018, an increase of 63% from the previous year. Around 45% of electric cars on the road in 2018 were in China – a total of 2.3 million – compared to 39% in 2017. In comparison, Europe accounted for 24% of the global fleet, and the United States 22%.Table 1. Global electric car sales and market share, 2013-18The number of charging points worldwide was estimated to be approximately 5.2million at the end of 2018, up 44% from the year before. Most of this increase was in private charging points, accounting for more than 90% of the 1.6million installations last year.Electric mobility is expanding at a rapid pace. In 2018, the global electric car fleet exceeded 5.1 million, up 2 million from the previous year and almost doubling the number of new electric car sales. The People’s Republic of China remains the world’s largest electric car market, followed by Europe and the United States. Norway is the global leader in terms of electric car market share.Policies play a critical role. Leading countries in electric mobility use a variety of measures such as fuel economy standards coupled with incentives for zero- and low-emissions vehicles, economic instruments that help bridge the cost gap between electric and conventional vehicles and support for the deployment of charging infrastructure. Increasingly, policy support is being extended to address the strategic importance of the battery technology value chain. Policies continue to have a major influence on the development of electric mobility. EV uptake typically starts with the establishment of a set of targets, followed by the adoption of vehicle and charging standards. An EV deployment plan often includes procurement programmes to stimulate demand for electric vehicles and to enable an initial roll-out of publicly accessible charging infrastructure. Fiscal incentives, especially important as long as EVs purchase prices are higher than for ICE vehicles, are often coupled with regulatory measures that boost the value proposition of EVs (e.g. waivers to access restrictions, lower toll or parking fees) or embedding incentives for vehicles with low tailpipe emissions (e.g. fuel economy standards) or setting zero-emissions mandates. Policies to support deployment of charging infrastructure include minimum requirements to ensure EV readiness in new or refurbished buildings and parking lots, and the roll-out of publicly accessible chargers in cities and on highway networks. Adoption of standards facilitates inter-operability of various types of charging infrastructure.Table 2. EV-related policies in selected regionsTechnology advances are delivering substantial cost cuts. Key enablers are developments in battery chemistry and expansion of production capacity in manufacturing plants. Other solutions include the redesign of vehicle manufacturing platforms using simpler and innovative design architecture, and the application of big data to right size batteries. Technology developments are delivering substantial cost reductions. Advances in technology and cost cutting are expected to continue. Key enablers are developments in battery chemistry and expansion of production capacity in manufacturing plants. The dynamic development of battery technologies as well as recognition of the importance of EVs to achieve further cost reductions in the broad realm of battery storage has put the strategic relevance of large-scale battery manufacturing in the limelight of policy attention.Other technology developments are also expected to contribute to cost reductions. These include the possibility to redesign vehicle manufacturing platforms using simpler and innovative design architecture that capitalise on the compact dimensions of electric motors, and that EVs have much fewer moving parts than ICE vehicles. As well as the use of big data to customise battery size to travel needs and avoid over sizing the batteries, which is especially relevant for heavy-duty vehicles.The private sector is responding proactively to the policy signals and technology developments. An increasing number of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have declared intentions to electrify the models they offer, not only for cars, but also for other modes of road transport. Investment in battery manufacturing is growing, notably in China and Europe. Utilities, charging point operators, charging hardware manufacturers and other stakeholders in the power sector are also increasing investment in the roll-out of charging infrastructure. This takes place in an environment that is increasingly showing signs of consolidation, with several acquisitions by utilities and major energy companies.Other developments to induce continued cost cuts include options to redesign vehicle manufacturing platforms to use simpler and innovative design architecture, taking advantage of the compact dimensions of electric motors and capitalising on the presence of much fewer moving parts in EVs than in ICE vehicles. This is in line with a recent statement from Volkswagen concerning the development of a new vehicle manufacturing platform to achieve cost parity between EV and ICE vehicles. Adapting battery sizes to travel needs (matching the range of vehicles to consumer travel habits) is also critical to reduce cost by avoiding “oversizing” of batteries in vehicles. For example, instruments allowing real-time tracking of truck positioning to facilitate rightsizing of batteries. Close co-operation between manufacturers to design purpose-built EVs are not only relevant for freight transport, but also in order to meet range, passenger capacity and cargo space requirements for vehicles used in shared passenger fleets (e.g. taxis and ride-sharing).Technology is progressing for chargers, partly because of increasing interest in EVs for heavy-duty applications (primarily buses, but also trucks). Standards have been developed for high-power chargers (up to 600 kilowatts [kW]). There is growing interest in mega-chargers that could charge at 1 megawatt (MW) or more (e.g. for use in heavy trucks, shipping and aviation).Private sector response to public policy signals confirms the escalating momentum for electrification of transport. In particular, recent announcements by vehicle manufacturers are ambitious regarding intentions to electrify the car and bus markets. Battery manufacturing is also undergoing important transitions, including major investments to expand production. Utilities, charging point operators, charging hardware manufacturers and other power sector stakeholders are also boosting investment in charging infrastructure. The private sector is responding proactively to the EV-related policy signals and technology developments. Recently, German auto manufacturers such as Volkswagen announced ambitious plans to electrify the car market. Chinese manufacturers such as BYD and Yutong have been active in Europe and Latin America to deploy electric buses. European manufacturers such as Scania, Solaris, VDL, Volvo and others, and North American companies (Proterra, New Flyer) have been following suit. In 2018, several truck manufacturers announced plans to increase electrification of their product lines.Battery manufacturing is undergoing important transitions, notably with increasing investment in China and Europe from a variety of companies, such as BYD and CATL (Chinese); LG Chem, Samsung SDI, SK Innovation (Korean) and Panasonic (Japanese). This adds to the already vast array of battery producers, which led to overcapacity in recent years, and confirms that major manufacturers have increased confidence in rising demand for battery cells, not least because major automakers such as BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen are looking to secure supply of automotive batteries.Utilities, charging point operators, charging hardware manufacturers and other stakeholders in the power sector are increasing investment in charging infrastructure. This is taking place in a business climate that is increasingly showing signs of consolidation, with several acquisitions from utilities as well as major energy companies that traditionally focus on oil. This covers private charging at home, publicly accessible chargers at key destinations and workplaces, as well as fast chargers, especially on highways. Examples of investments covering various types of chargers come from ChargePoint, EDF, Enel (via Enel X), Engie (via EV-Box). Some utilities (e.g. Iberdrola), automakers and consortia including auto industry stakeholders (e.g. Ionity) focus mostly on highway fast charging.The projected EV stock in the New Policies Scenario would cut demand for oil products by 127 million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe) (about 2.5 million barrels per day [mb/d]) in 2030, while with more EVs the in the EV30@30 Scenario the reduced oil demand is estimated at 4.3 mb/d. Absent adjustments to current taxation schemes, this could affect governments’ tax revenue base derived from vehicle and fuel taxes, which is an important source of revenue for the development and maintenance of transport infrastructure, among other goals. Opportunities exist to balance potential reductions in revenue, but their implementation will require careful attention to social acceptability of the measures. In the near term, possible solutions include adjusting the emissions thresholds (or the emissions profile) that define the extent to which vehicle registration taxes are subject to differentiated fees (or rebates), adjustments of the taxes applied to oil-based fuels and revisions of the road-use charges (e.g. tolls) applied to vehicles with different environmental performances. In the longer term, gradually increasing taxes on carbon-intensive fuels, combined with the use of location-specific distance-based approached can support the long-term transition to zero-emissions mobility while maintaining revenue from transport taxes. Location-specific distance-based charges are also well suited to manage the impacts of disruptive technologies in road transport, including those related to electrification, automation and shared mobility services.The EV uptake and related battery production requirements imply bigger demand for new materials in the automotive sector, requiring increased attention to raw materials supply. Traceability and transparency of raw material supply chains are key instruments to help address the criticalities associated with raw material supply by fostering sustainable sourcing of minerals. The development of binding regulatory frameworks is important to ensure that international multi-stakeholder co-operation can effectively address these challenges. The battery end-of-life management – including second-life applications of automotive batteries, standards for battery waste management and environmental requirements on battery design – is also crucial to reduce the volumes of critical raw materials needed for batteries and to limit risks of shortages.Absent adjustments to current transport-related taxation schemes, the increasing uptake of electric vehicles has the potential to change the tax revenue base derived from vehicle and fuel taxes. Gradually increasing taxes on carbon-intensive fuels, combined with the use of location-specific distance-based charges can support the long-term transition to zero-emissions mobility while maintaining revenue from taxes on transportation.Questions to answer in your report (10% each): The electric car is an innovation that will be a high disruptive change and that will have an important effect into the global economics and the geopolitical international relations. As you know, petroleum is a key driver for geopolitics and an innovation from the technological point of view can imply different global economics relations and geopolitics relations. Please answer the following questions based on the previous text 1) What will be the effects of the transition to electric mobility on the oil market (demand, price, supply, …). What will be the economic impacts and consequences in the world’s top oil producers? 2) What type of trading and economic policies should be developed and promoted by the economic blocs (EU, ASEAN…) or groups of countries (BRICS, N-11 …) to enhance this transition and prospect for their enhanced growth? How will this transition impact into their trade balances? How will this transition affect the exchanges rates of the main world currencies? 3) What will be the effects on the multinational automotive companies and their international operations? How should they react to this disruptive innovation in order to adapt to this transition? How will this innovation affect their 3 main types of foreign investments (vertical, horizontal and conglomerate)? 4) How the international relations could be changed because of this disruptive innovation and its international consequences? Do you consider these new international relations could add new values for the society so the corporate social responsibility can be developed and it can imply a positive impact into society welfare?Formalities:Wordcount: From 2000 to 3000 words.Cover, Table of Contents, References and Appendix are excluded of the total wordcount.Font: Arial 12,5 pts. Text alignment: Justified. The in-text References and the Bibliography have to be in Harvard’s citation style.Assignment Launch: Week 10.Submission: Week 13 – Via Moodle (Turnitin). Submission will be accepted all Week 13: From the 4thto the 10th of May.Weight: This task is a 40% of your total grade for this subject.Outcomes: This task assesses the following learning outcomes:Develop a complex understanding of the main concepts of international economics and how to apply them.Understand and analyze the different global economic theories.Rubrics: Exceptional 90-100 Good 80-89 Fair 70-79 Marginal Fail 60-69 Theoretical analysis (30%) Student effectively employs a variety of relevant theoretical paradigms/models and data for analysis. Student engages with theory/data in a critical manner.  Student employs some relevant theoretical paradigms/models and data for analysis (a few key aspects might be missing). Student makes an attempt to engage with theory/data in a critical manner. Student employs a limited range of theoretical paradigms/models and/or data for analysis (although some key aspects might be missing). Student may be unsuccessful in attempts to engage critically with theory/data. Student employs insufficient/irrelevant theoretical paradigms/models and/or data for analysis. Student makes no attempt to engage with theory/data in a critical manner. Critical evaluation (30%) Student effectively engages in critical evaluation of all aspects presented in the brief. Student makes a good attempt at engaging in critical evaluation of most aspects presented in the brief. Student makes a fair attempt at engaging in critical evaluation of some aspects presented in the brief (argument might be weak). Student makes an insufficient attempt to critically evaluate aspects presented in the brief. Critical discussion & formulation of proposals (30%) Student effectively leads discussion towards strong theory/data-driven proposals. Student makes a good attempt at leading discussion towards theory/data-driven proposals. 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Signature Assignment Purchasing and Logistics Integration (PLi) Benchmark

About Your Signature AssignmentThis signature assignment is designed to align with specific program student learning outcomes in your program. Program Student Learning Outcomes are broad statements that describe what students should know and be able to do upon completion of their degree. The signature assignments may be graded with an automated rubric that allows the University to collect data that can be aggregated across a location or college/school and used for program improvements.Resource: “The Research: Linking Purchasing and Logistics Integration (PLi) to Improved Functional and Financial Performance”, located in Achieving Supply Chain Integration, Ch. 5 (page 99), utilize the link above.Review the research tables and best practices.Apply the four best practices to your industry, or one of your choice.Write a 750- to 1,050-word summary suggesting improvements in financial and functional performance based on the four best practices.Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.14/05/202015businessfinance

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Chapter 7. Clinical Issues, Challenges, and Strategies in Intensive Outpatient TreatmentOnce clients are engaged actively in treatment, retention becomes a priority. Many obstacles may arise during treatment. Lapses may occur. Frequently, clients are unable or unwilling to adhere to program requirements. Repeated admissions and dropouts can occur. Clients may have conflicting mandates from various service systems. Concerns about client and staff relationships, including setting appropriate boundaries, can compromise care. Intensive outpatient treatment (IOT) programs need to have clear decisionmaking processes and retention strategies to address these and other circumstances.This chapter discusses common issues that IOT programs face and offers practical approaches to retaining clients in treatment. Experience has taught IOT clinicians that every problem can have many solutions and that the input and ideas of colleagues lead to creative approaches and solutions. The chapter presents specific scenarios and options from clinical practice and experience for clinicians to consider, modify, or implement.Go to:Client RetentionReducing client attrition during treatment must be a priority for IOT providers. Compared with clients who drop out, those who are retained in outpatient treatment tend to be White, male, and employed (McCaul et al. 2001). Client attributes associated with higher dropout rates are labeled “red flags” byWhite and colleagues (1998); these red flags include marginalized status (e.g., racial minorities, people who are economically disadvantaged), lack of a professional skill, recent hospitalization, and family history of substance abuse. Being aware of these red flags can help clinicians intervene early to assist clients at increased risk of dropping out.Veach and colleagues (2000)found that clients who abuse alcohol were more likely to be retained and those who abuse cocaine were less likely to be retained in outpatient treatment. Other studies have found that the substance a client abuses is not a good predictor of retention (McCaul et al. 2001).The following strategies improve retention of clients in treatment: Form a working relationship with the client.The counselor should foster a respectful and understanding relationship with the client. This therapeutic relationship reduces resistance and successfully engages the client in working toward mutually defined treatment goals. Learn the client’s treatment history.If the client has dropped out of treatment previously, the counselor should find out why. If the client has engaged and been retained successfully in treatment before, the counselor should ask what made treatment appealing. Use motivational interviewing.The counselor should help clients work through ambivalence by supporting their efforts to change and helping them identify discrepancies between their goals and values and their substance use. Involving clients in activities, such as support groups, also is effective. Provide flexible schedules.IOT providers need to consider the client populations they serve and schedule groups accordingly. For example, morning groups can be for clients who work swing and night shifts and for women with school-age children and evening groups for those working regular business hours. It can be difficult for clients to fit many hours of treatment into their week. Multiple Retention Challenges Clinical issue.A man, age 35, single, and an immigrant from El Salvador, has failed to return to treatment or contact his counselor in the last 3 days. Approach The counselor writes a note to the client in Spanish, encouraging him to return to treatment. The counselor arranges for the client to get a ride to the next group session and for public transportation vouchers for subsequent sessions. The counselor schedules an individual counseling session for the client to discuss several retention problems, which include lack of transportation, language barriers, and shame over lapses to his previous drinking pattern. Use the group to engage and reengage the client.The counselor should encourage members to talk about their ambivalence, how they are overcoming it, and their experiences of dropping out of treatment, as well as the negative consequences of dropping out. The counselor can supply all group members with an updated telephone list and encourage them to talk to at least two other members daily. The counselor can ask members to call those who are absent to let them know that they were missed and are important to the group. It is important to check with clients to be sure that they are receptive to these phone calls; some may view them as intrusive and disrespectful. Increase the frequency of contact during the early treatment period.Clients often feel vulnerable or ambivalent during the first few weeks of treatment. Counselors need to contact each client frequently during this period to enhance retention. These contacts can be brief and made by telephone, e-mail, or letter. At the same time, counselors should encourage clients to contact other group members to reinforce the value of reaching out for support. Use network interventions.Counselors need to work with individuals in the community who are invested in the client’s recovery to encourage the client to stay in treatment. These individuals can be probation officers, ministers, employee assistance program counselors, friends, and co-workers. If the program identifies supportive individuals early in treatment and obtains a written consent for release of information from the client, the counselor can ask these individuals to encourage the client to attend sessions or increase his or her commitment to recovery. Deliver additional services throughout the treatment period.Fishman and colleagues (1999)found that attrition was lower during the intensive “services-loaded” phase of IOT and, conversely, that attrition increased during the less rigorous program phases. Never give up.The counselor should make continual efforts to follow up with clients who have dropped out. Successful techniques include telephone calls, letters, and home visits to encourage the client to return to the program. This level of dedication can affect the client’s attitude and willingness to complete treatment.Go to:Relapse and Continued Substance UseLapses often happen in the difficult early months in treatment. These brief returns to substance use can be used as a therapeutic tool; the goal is to keep them from becoming full relapses with a return to substance use. IOT clients living in the community are exposed to pressures to relapse, often while struggling with cravings and their own resistance to change. Clients need to use relapse prevention strategies when they are exposed to alcohol and drugs, experience cravings, are encouraged by others to return to substance use, or are exposed to personal relapse triggers (Irvin et al. 1999). (Seeappendix 7-Afor descriptions of several instruments for assessing clients’ relapse potential.) The Difference Between a Lapse and Relapse Jack’s experience: A lapse. Jack comes to group distressed because he drank on the weekend. He has been abstinent for 2 months and is concerned that he has jeopardized his employment and the return of his driver’s license. He discusses the episode with his counselor, and they identify treatment options. The therapeutic goal is to reinforce Jack’s desire to stay abstinent, and the episode becomes an opportunity to strengthen his relapse prevention skills. This is a lapse, that is, a brief return to substance use following a sustained period of abstinence (a month or more). The client still is committed to his recovery and has not experienced loss of control. The event is used to help the client identify relapse triggers and increase his understanding and ability to withstand pressures to use substances. Phil’s experience: A relapse. Phil is in treatment for methamphetamine use. He has disappeared from treatment again. When he returns, he is hyperactive, has a positive drug test, and refuses to talk about the test results or his return to drug use. He then fails again to return to the program. He is seen on the street obviously intoxicated. The compulsion to use is strong. This is a relapse, that is, a prolonged episode of substance use during which the client is not open to therapeutic intervention or learning. Often a relapse can lead to dropout and indicates a continuing struggle by the client with his or her disease. General relapse prevention strategies are to Educate clients and their family members about addiction and recovery.Clients and family members need information about the disease of addiction and its stages, cues to relapse, early signs of relapse, how addiction affects relationships, and how to find resources for support (e.g., Al-Anon). Counselors need to enlist the support of family members and significant others to keep them from sabotaging treatment. Family members need advice on how to support the client in recovery and how to cease enabling behaviors. Conduct an early assessment of specific relapse triggers.Together with the counselor, clients can conduct a functional analysis of their substance use, working to identify and understand with whom, where, when, and why they use substances. Functional analysis is a tool that identifies not only clients’ high-risk circumstances for substance use but also the ways in which triggers are linked to the effects that substance use produces. TIP 33,Treatment for Stimulant Use Disorders(CSAT 1999e), and TIP 35,Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment(CSAT 1999c), explain how to perform a functional analysis. Develop a relapse prevention plan immediately.A relapse prevention plan should include coping strategies developed by the counselor and client, such as going to support group meetings, avoiding places where the client used substances in the past, identifying good things about a substance-free life, and telephoning the client’s sponsor regularly. TIP 33 (CSAT 1999e) contains information and worksheets to develop a relapse prevention plan. Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) 8,Relapse Prevention and the Substance-Abusing Criminal Offender(Gorski et al. 1993), and TAP 19,Counselor’s Manual for Relapse Prevention With Chemically Dependent Criminal Offenders(Gorski and Kelley 1996), are helpful in developing a relapse prevention plan. Provide intensive monitoring and support.These activities include random drug testing (including urine samples that are collected under observation of program staff to prevent tampering), family counseling or education sessions about supporting the client during and after treatment, and the client’s self-monitoring of exposure and response to substance use triggers. Evaluate and review all slips and lapses.Despite their negative consequences, lapses can be used therapeutically. The counselor and client can learn more about what constitutes high-risk situations for the client. The client needs to consider the slip or lapse a discrete, unique event that does not need to be repeated or continued. The client should remember that abstinence can be regained and that the client can renew his or her commitment to abstinence. Clients should be reminded to contact the counselor, other group members, their sponsor, or other mutual-help group members when they sense that they are verging on relapse. Use the behavioral contract with clients.A behavioral contract spells out treatment expectations and goals, the rewards when goals are met, and the consequences if the contract is broken. The counselor should involve clients in writing the contract, encouraging them to use their own words. The behavioral contract helps bind clients to their commitment to abstinence and change. TIP 35 (CSAT 1999c) provides more information on behavioral contracts. Introduce the stages of change.Marlatt and Gordon (1985)andProchaska and colleagues (1994)recommend using relapse prevention interventions that are matched to the client’s stage of change.Joe and colleagues (1998)andConnors and colleagues (2001a) argue that for clients who are ambivalent about abstinence, for example, initial interventions might focus on strengthening their resolve by analyzing the pros and cons of use, rolling with resistance, and never directly confronting clients. Subsequent interventions support abstinence by altering stimulus control and developing skills for negotiating high-risk situations. After a client experiences a period of abstinence, emphasis shifts to lifestyle modifications that promote long-term abstinence. A Relapse Prevention Quiz This quiz can be a tool to support and strengthen a client’s readiness to avoid relapse. Having senior members in a group answer the questions reinforces their knowledge while they educate newer members in relapse prevention skills. • What might you say to co-workers if they ask you to have a drink or get high with them? • Craving a drink or drug is quite natural for people who are dependent on alcohol or drugs. What three things can you do to get past the craving? • What are three common reasons for feeling that you don’t belong in a support group such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA)? • What two things can you do if someone at an AA or NA meeting annoys you? • Why must recovery from your disease be your highest priority? • What three qualities should you look for in a sponsor? • Emotional discomfort takes a variety of forms. What are the three biggest problems for you? Anger, depression, self-pity, loneliness, boredom, worry, frustration, shame, guilt, or another emotion? • What three things can you do to handle each emotional discomfort you identified? • What are the key elements of an assertive response when offered alcohol or drugs? • Why is it important to avoid starting romantic relationships during early recovery? Multiple Dropouts and Readmissions Some clients relapse or drop out of treatment and return repeatedly to treatment before they achieve a stable recovery. Providers may be reluctant to keep offering scarce treatment resources to the same individuals or to readmit individuals who drop out continually. Programs can respond to multiple dropouts and readmissions strategically by • Conducting a comprehensive evaluation of each client to determine whether IOT is the appropriate level of care. Some clients, for example, may benefit from a brief inpatient placement to ready them for IOT (seechapter 5). • Reviewing the client’s cycle of dropouts and admissions. Several cycles may be appropriate for a client with severe, complex needs and issues. Arbitrary rules regarding the number of permitted admissions and dropouts may be too rigid to support recovery of a severely impaired individual. • Establishing an admissions committee to review and recommend action regarding clients who seek readmission following repeated dropouts. The committee can include staff and alumni representatives. • Developing a profile of clients likely to drop out and designing a plan for them. • Arranging a psychiatric evaluation for the client, which may indicate that psychiatric treatment and medication are required. Go to:Substance Use by Family MembersA client may have one or more family members who also actively abuse substances. In fact, research shows that individuals with substance use disorders are more likely than others to have family histories of substance use disorders (Johnson and Leff 1999). The client may be in regular contact with members of the extended family, a close friend, spouse, or a boyfriend or girlfriend who uses substances. Active substance use by someone living in the same place as the client or who is part of the client’s social support network clearly threatens a client’s recovery. The IOT counselor can consider using these options: Stay alert for others using substances.Construct and update regularly a genogram or social network assessment (seechapter 6) to identify possible substance use among family members, significant others, and friends who are likely to influence the client’s recovery. Gather information from the family and client about the nature, extent, and frequency of any substance use. Request that the family and client develop an agreement about substance use in the home.It is important to enlist family members in the treatment process to help the client and any other family members who are using substances (seechapter 6). A substance use agreement, signed by family members, identifies substances that will not be kept or consumed in the home and the consequences for violating the agreement. Part of the agreement can be to report all substance use to IOT program staff for discussion during group and individual sessions. Assist the client in identifying alternative housing if needed.Recovery homes, halfway houses, and shelters, among others, may be necessary temporary alternatives for a client who needs alcohol- or drug-free housing during and after treatment. If the client’s recovery is undermined continually in current housing, the counselor should consider such a housing referral. Provide information about treatment to a family member who needs it.Offer information about treatment options or referrals to a family member with a substance use disorder in a manner that ensures the privacy of the individual and does not divert attention from the client’s treatment and recovery.Go to:Group Work IssuesGroup work is a core service of IOT and offers many opportunities for educating, supporting, and nurturing clients. Clients’ feelings toward their peers are important factors in shaping the way clients view the treatment experience. Clients are more likely to continue with treatment when they feel accepted, supported, and “normal” and receive empathy and kindness from others in the treatment group.Many issues can affect group work and impede the progress of clients. For example, clients may be disruptive or withdrawn, have poor English or comprehension skills, and attend sessions sporadically. TIP 41,Substance Abuse Treatment: Group Therapy,provides additional information on working with clients in therapeutic groups (CSAT 2005f).Developing Group CohesionGroup cohesion can be a central element in a client’s recovery process. Frequent changes in group membership make it difficult to build group cohesion.Washton (1997)suggests that frequent shifting of clients among groups can result in higher dropout rates. This observation argues for limiting changes in group composition that sometimes occur in a “phased” or “stage-oriented” IOT program. Adding new clients to groups generates challenges for the counselor who must become oriented to new clients. The following approaches help create effective IOT groups and group cohesion: Create group rituals.When new clients join a group or others depart, group rituals promote a sense of acceptance, safety, and support. Current members should orient new members to group rules and speak about their group experience. A ritual can mark a client’s graduation from the program and celebrate his or her success. Departure rituals may include a client’s demonstration of recovery knowledge and skills, a group discussion of the departing client’s strengths and how group members can be supportive, a review of the client’s relapse prevention plan and options if the plan should fail, and presentation of the program’s emblem (see below). Institute a program emblem.Staff and clients can design a program emblem to build and sustain group cohesion. The emblem is a visual symbol that represents the essence of the treatment program. For example, a coin, badge, or cup might be inscribed with a recovery motto such as “Serenity and Strength Day by Day” or “Hope, Freedom, and Recovery.” A logo might feature the rising sun, a stately oak, or clasped hands. These emblems can incorporate and reflect various cultural and ethnic values and designs. Some programs leave space in the emblem to inscribe each client’s name and his or her program completion date. Programs that have emblems have found that clients keep them and use them as reminders of their commitment to recovery and their success in remaining abstinent. The emblem and motto should convey a message of support while maintaining the confidentiality of the client (e.g., by not including the name of the treatment program). Explore the group’s feelings about clients who drop out.When a member relapses and drops out of the group, the group provides a safe environment for other members to discuss their feelings or fears about failure and relapse and their own relapse prevention strategies. Because a client’s perception of his or her ability to complete the program influences the outcome, counselors need to support group members with positive statements about their potential to do well in treatment. Encourage identification with the program in addition to the group.It can be helpful if clients develop a sense of belonging to the group and the treatment program. For instance, IOT staff can share information about the overall goals of the program, use guest counselors or supervisors to co-facilitate groups, and encourage former clients to return to share their experiences. Contacts with alumni outside treatment can be valuable, too. Maintain effective group size and staffing.The ideal adult IOT group consists of 8 to 12 clients, although up to 15 clients may be on the group roster (CSAT 2005f). Programs may need to adjust group sizes according to staff resources, the availability of co-therapists, the experience of the counselors, and the composition of the client population (e.g., adult or adolescent, women or men, people with co-occurring mental disorders).At least one therapist should have the required academic credentials for group therapy; a co-therapist can be an intern or trainee who assists with managing client behaviors and observing the dynamics of the group. Example of a Sendoff for a Treatment Program Graduate As a client leaves treatment, he or she is invited to take a marble from a bowl of marbles. The group leader then tells the graduate: “Now that you have begun this new stage in your recovery, keep this marble with you always—perhaps in your pocket or purse. Keep it where you will see it often to remind you of how hard your addiction was on you and your family. More important, it will remind you of how firm and resolved you must be in your commitment to stay clean and work on a healthy recovery program. “Each time you reach into your pocket or purse and touch that marble, you will be reminded of the hard times that are behind you and those that may lie ahead. If, after all this, you decide that you do not care about the hard times and suffering that your addiction has caused and may cause again, and you decide that you want to sink back down into the mess of your addiction, then take the marble and toss it as far as you can, because you will have already lost the rest of your marbles!” Preparing Clients for GroupIOT programs should orient new clients about how group therapy is conducted and how they are to use the group counseling sessions (seechapter 4). One way to do this is with a pregroup interview that allows the counselor to assess clients’ readiness for treatment, learn more about clients’ circumstances, and help shape clients’ expectations by answering questions and supplying information (CSAT 2005f). This information should include group norms and expectations and be reviewed with clients so that it is clear from the outset. Programs also should consider posting group norms on the wall of the meeting room and having clients read them aloud at the beginning of each group session.Working With Uncommitted, Ambivalent ClientsSome clients in group treatment may not be committed to their recovery from substance use disorders. Clients who have been mandated to treatment by the justice system may feel that they do not have a problem but are only following a judge’s orders. Some clients may be late habitually or talk about their continuing interest in a substance-abusing lifestyle. The counselor cannot permit the client to attend group while under the influence of drugs or alcohol because this behavior can compromise the progress of other members of the group. However, the counselor can address behaviors displayed by uncommitted clients by Discussing the behaviors with the client individually to identify the issues and discuss options Moving the client to a precontemplator or other group or terminating the client from the program Introducing more structure into the group to enhance its therapeutic value for all members (e.g., by combining theme-oriented information with client discussion and concentrating less on process and more on organized content)Working With Clients Who Have Severe Mental DisordersIndividuals diagnosed with severe mental disorders often require a high level of management by trained medical and substance abuse treatment professionals. These clients may have difficulty bonding with a group and may be disruptive or unable to focus for long periods. To enhance the effectiveness of group for individuals diagnosed with severe mental disorders, IOT providers are encouraged to consider these approaches: Treatment should be coordinated with the client’s psychiatric care provider to determine how best to respond to crises that may arise during group. Group treatment should be guided by clients’ readiness for and ability to engage in group work (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 2002). Group treatment staff members should be educated and trained about mental disorders so that they are familiar with the signs and symptoms of psychoses and crisis intervention techniques.For more information about treating this population, see chapter 9 of this volume or TIP 42, Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons With Co-Occurring Disorders (CSAT 2005e). Treating Individuals Who Have Severe Mental Disorders Sam increasingly was unable to control his outbursts when in group. Although he usually was able to return to a calm state, the incidents persisted. His counselor was aware that Sam experienced hallucinations and, with input from Sam’s psychiatrist, determined that Sam was receiving little benefit from being in a group. His treatment plan was revised to increase his individual counseling sessions in place of group participation. Marjorie was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and functioned well while taking prescribed medications. Her counselor noticed behavior changes in group (such as flirting with male members, hyperactivity) over several days. After Marjorie was referred to her psychiatrist, it was determined that she had stopped taking her medications. After she resumed taking her medications, her symptoms disappeared. Working With Disruptive ClientsClients in group express a wide range of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Some members may disrupt the work of the group by challenging or interrupting others, demonstrating their impatience and restlessness, or otherwise offending other group members. Some strategies to address these disruptions are to Ensure that all clients know the group rules; provide them in writing, if possible. Consistently point out group rules about disruptive behaviors and the consequences for engaging in them. Reassess the client’s level of readiness to change, and assign the client to another group if appropriate. Hold individual counseling sessions to discuss specific disruptive behaviors, how they are disruptive, and why they are not allowed; then explore and identify factors that may underlie the behaviors. Refer the client to a mental health professional if needed. The Angry Client in Group Problem behaviors • Yelling • Foul language • Interrupting • Being mean or insulting to others Key concepts for counselors • Be in control. • Avoid a power struggle. • Address the behavior, not the content. • Don’t raise your voice. What to do Listen reflectively to validate the client’s feelings and to deescalate the situation. If the client remains angry, use these approaches: • State that you are there to protect and safeguard the members of the group. • Identify specific behaviors that are inappropriate. • State that these behaviors are not allowed. • Identify the consequences if the behaviors continue (e.g., being removed from the group, not being permitted to participate in discussion for the remainder of the group session). • Follow through with the stated consequences if the behaviors are repeated. • Transfer the client to a different group or clinical service. Working With Quiet, Withdrawn ClientsClients may be reluctant to participate in group therapy for many reasons. They may be fearful or ashamed of revealing to strangers the extent of their substance use and related behaviors. Cultural values may inhibit the sharing of personal problems with those outside the family. Language and comprehension barriers may make it difficult to follow or participate in the conversation.Clients may refuse to take part in group discussions beyond the level of perfunctory comments because they resent being in treatment, are depressed or have some other mental disorder, find the group boring, or are uncomfortable in a group. Some clients resist treatment because they believe that they do not have a disease or do not belong in treatment.Some strategies to assist withdrawn clients are to Ask clients individually why they are quiet; then explore options based on the feedback. Assess and diagnose language and comprehension skills, and assign clients to a group that functions at an appropriate pace and level. Provide individual mentoring to ensure that treatment information is conveyed and understood. Create a “buddy system,” pairing clients to encourage a sense of acceptance and belonging among the members of the group. Contract with the client to increase participation in the group incrementally. Refer the client for psychiatric evaluation, if needed. Adjust the client’s treatment plan to include individual rather than group counseling if that seems to be in the client’s best interest. Helping the Client “Speak” A counselor noted that, time after time, a client sat quietly in group and spoke only a few words, usually when she was called on. Despite gentle, persistent encouragement from the members of the group and the counselor, the client was quiet and watchful. After a week, the counselor suggested this reticent client write out whatever she might want to communicate. The client was instructed to take an open-ended approach to the writing, similar to writing in a journal. The counselor also asked the client to complete the following statements: • My health concerns are • The most stress this week came from • This week I’d rate my stress level as ___, with 1 being low and 10 being high 1. • The best thing that happened this week was • I’m working on my treatment goals by • How I’m feeling about group is • My most likely relapse trigger is • I get support for the healthy changes I’m making from • I participated in the following substance-free activities this week After several days, the client returned with a sheet containing her thoughts and comments about daily events, her concerns for her children, and the statements completed. The counselor used the information to begin developing a relationship with the client that helped her feel more comfortable in the program and ultimately with the group. Responding to Intermittent AttendanceIt takes time for a group to become a cohesive unit, and clients who do not attend sessions regularly can impede the group process. The client who misses sessions may feel left out of discussions and may jeopardize the development of trust among group members that is at the heart of forthright communication. Counselors may find that such clients are strongly ambivalent about being in treatment, have practical barriers that prevent them from attending regularly, or feel uncomfortable in the group.Some strategies to assist these clients are to Assess their readiness to change, and assign them to a precontemplator or other group whose members are at a similar stage of readiness. Identify and address any barriers such as lack of reliable transportation, conflicting work hours, lack of child care, protests by the spouse or significant others to treatment, and fear of violence from a domestic partner. Assign these clients to a group whose members share a similar cultural orientation, age range, gender, substance used, or level of psychological functioning. Provide refreshments on days when attendance is high to reward desired behavior. Monitor attendance and seek guidance from the supervising clinician.Go to:Safety and SecurityClients, family members, and staff members must feel comfortable and safe when coming to the IOT program. IOT programs that treat high-risk clients need to monitor these clients carefully, anticipate problems, and plan appropriate interventions. Common safety and security issues that IOT programs face are identified by examples inexhibit 7-1along with the counselor responses.Exhibit 7-1. Examples of Immediate Safety Concerns and Counselor Responses Threat of violence against another.While in group, a male client expressed strong feelings of anger toward another man involved with the client’s ex-wife. The client stated that he had a gun and wanted to kill the other man. Counselor response.The counselor removed the client from the group and engaged him in a discussion about his feelings and remarks. The counselor expressed concern about the client’s well-being and assessed whether he understood the seriousness of his statements. The client’s anger began to subside, and the counselor had him sign a “no violence” contract. For several days thereafter, the counselor telephoned or spoke in person with the client to assess his feelings and thoughts. The client stated he would “never do anything like that” and had regretted his outburst. Threat of suicide.A female client telephoned her counselor and said she was tired of struggling with her addictions and other problems and was thinking about killing herself. Counselor response.The counselor assessed the immediacy of the threat by reviewing the case record to determine whether there had been any previous attempts at suicide and asking the client whether she had a specific plan and the means to carry out the plan. If the counselor were still concerned, he or she would have consulted immediately with the supervisor or program director to develop and document a plan to inform the police, relatives, and the client’s doctor and scheduled an immediate one-on-one session. Because these criteria were not met, the counselor, with the agreement of the client, scheduled an individual therapy session. During the session the counselor and client negotiated a “no suicide” contract that included a commitment by the client to see a psychiatrist for evaluation as soon as possible. The counselor recorded the incident in the case record and discussed it further with the supervisor. Presence of Drug Dealers or Gang Members at the FacilityEvery IOT program should post prominent signs (in multiple languages where appropriate) inside and outside its facility that prohibit loitering, drug-related activity, or unauthorized persons on the premises. One or more trained staff members promptly and firmly should ask individuals not in treatment or not participating as family members to leave. Police assistance should be requested if there is any resistance to the request or if unauthorized individuals return.In some cases, a client may encourage the presence of drug dealers or gang members. Criminal justice-mandated clients and individuals who are ambivalent about treatment, for example, may be susceptible to the influence of individuals who use substances and are part of their social networks. If the counselor finds this to be true, the counselor should inform the client that program rules prohibit such activity and explain the consequences of the client’s continued involvement with drug dealers or gang members. A client may need the encouragement of the counselor and the support of program rules and policies to end harmful associations.Stalking, Domestic Violence, and Threats Against ClientsIOT programs must take appropriate steps to ensure the safety of clients and staff members during treatment. Safety may be threatened by stalkers, violent domestic partners, former spouses and significant others, drug-related associates, or gang members. Counselors should consider following these steps: Privately and in a nonjudgmental way, ask the client about restraining orders, threats, or violent incidents that have occurred or that may occur. Knowing about possible problems helps staff members and the client take needed precautions. They can be alert for evidence of any immediate danger and attempt to prevent it. Treatment staff have a duty to warn if the danger is clear and imminent, provided that confidentiality regulations are met (CSAT 2004b). Intervene early to deescalate any situation that potentially could become violent. Place violence-related information, such as occurrences of stalking, in the client’s case record. Help the client create a detailed, personal safety plan, and include it in the case record. (See TIP 25,Substance Abuse Treatment and Domestic Violence[CSAT 1997b], for a sample plan.) Require the client to sign a no-contact agreement that prohibits contact with a batterer during the course of treatment, with clearly delineated consequences for violations. Assist the client in obtaining a civil protection order that prohibits harassment, contact, communication, or physical proximity by a batterer, stalker, or other threatening individual. Connect the client to community services that address domestic violence, such as advocates, counselors, emergency housing, and financial assistance.Treating Violent ClientsOccasionally, a client may display violent behaviors while in treatment, such as brandishing a weapon or threatening others. IOT staff can take these steps: Have all newly admitted clients sign a client code of conduct that states that threats of violence or acts of violence result in immediate termination of treatment and possible criminal prosecution. Give examples. Notify a law enforcement agency if a threat to safety exists or an assault or other crime occurs on the program premises; report the incident and client’s name, address, and treatment status, as permitted by Federal regulations. If the client is mandated into treatment from the justice system, follow the steps prescribed in the program’s agreement with the justice agency. Certain rule violations, for instance, may require that the IOT provider notify the justice agency. Response to other violations may fall within the discretion of the treatment program. (See TIP 44,Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults in the Criminal Justice System[CSAT 2005d].) Notify supervisors about threats.Clients Arriving Under the Influence of Drugs or AlcoholClients in IOT programs are expected to attend sessions drug and alcohol free. Arriving under the influence interferes with clients’ participation, their ability to recall material covered, and the ability of other group members to benefit from therapy. It also indicates that a client’s substance use disorder is active and that an alternative treatment plan is indicated, at least for that day. Strategies to respond to such occurrences are as follows: Develop clear program rules regarding use of drugs during treatment.If a client arrives under the influence, a therapeutic response is called for. The counselor takes the client aside, reviews the rules, and helps the client arrange alternative transportation if the client drove to the program. The client is instructed to return when abstinent and is informed that the substance use will be discussed in the next session. The counselor also can write a note to or call the client to emphasize that the client is expected to return to the group—actions that are intended to normalize the event and reduce any feelings of failure and shame. Assess the client’s health status.When a client arrives under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the counselor should assess the client’s need for acute care or detoxification. If it is indicated, the counselor should refer the client to detoxification. In a life-threatening overdose situation, no signed release is required to arrange for emergency medical care. If indicated, emergency personnel can be called. If acute care is refused, the counselor should contact a family member or significant other to escort the client home. (Unless the situation is life threatening, the significant other can be contacted only if the client has signed a release specifying such contact is permitted.) The counselor also should provide the family member with emergency care numbers. Under the Influence in Group George arrives at group intoxicated. His speech is slurred, he staggers somewhat, and he laughs loudly and inappropriately. Counselor response. • Inserts an educational video, and instructs the group to continue on its own for the next 15 minutes. Alternatively, asks another staff member to sit in temporarily with the group. • Escorts George from the group. • Obtains a urine sample and conducts a Breathalyzer™ test to determine the substances consumed. • Asks George in a one-on-one session how he will return home. Because George drove to the facility, the counselor tells him that he cannot drive home and that the counselor will contact police if George tries to drive. The counselor reviews with George the names of family members who can provide a ride home. The counselor follows applicable Federal, State, and local laws regarding contacts with authorities (CSAT 2004b). • Allows George to use the phone to call his wife to pick him up. Note: Some programs pay for a cab. • Expresses concern about the substance use and encourages George to return to the next session where the episode will be discussed therapeutically. Key point.The counselor did not engage George in a discussion about his substance use, such as why it occurred and the circumstances. Instead, the counselor immediately focused on confirming George’s substance use, ensuring his safety, encouraging him to return to treatment when sober, and preserving group time for the benefit of the other clients. Go to:Client PrivacyTreatment programs often receive inquiries about clients or unsolicited information about clients. Some clients in treatment may be HIV positive but indicate they have not reported their status to their partners or a well-known leader or celebrity may enter the program. Each situation presents client privacy and ethical issues for IOT providers.Inquiries About ClientsFederal confidentiality regulations do not permit providers to reveal, even indirectly, that someone is a client unless a signed release has been obtained from the client and is on file. IOT staff members must consult a list of client-approved individuals before they (CSAT 2004b) Acknowledge that a client is a participant in the program. Share any information. Transfer a telephone call to the client. Take a message for a client.Unsolicited Information About ClientsClients’ spouses, domestic partners, or other acquaintances may leave messages with information about clients’ continued substance abuse or other activities and history while they are in treatment. Sometimes these individuals share their identities but do not want them revealed to clients because they fear for their safety. The counselor can respond to unsolicited information by (1) raising the general topic with the client during individual counseling and revising the treatment plan accordingly and (2) increasing the frequency of drug testing if substance use has been reported. The Informant Maria calls the IOT counselor to say that her husband Juan (an IOT client) is drinking almost every night and gets really drunk every weekend. She insists that the program “has to do something about it—treatment isn’t working.” Counselor response.Because Juan has signed a release that permits the counselor to speak with Maria, the counselor asks for her permission to confront Juan with this information. Maria refuses permission because she is afraid Juan will be angry with her. The counselor schedules a session with the couple to discuss problems at home. The counselor tells Maria that, without her permission, the information will not be conveyed directly; rather, it will be used in the most therapeutic manner possible. That is, the counselor will pay increased attention to Juan’s behavior and communications and will perform breath tests more frequently to obtain evidence of alcohol use. Key points. • The counselor avoids being drawn into keeping the wife’s secrets; a couples session is scheduled to discuss openly the relationship and the husband’s drinking. • IOT staff members must have a written release to discuss Juan’s behavior with anyone. • Spouses and others who provide information about clients need to be protected from possible harm. • Information obtained “anonymously” can be therapeutically useful. • Clients may continue in the program, even though they may be surreptitiously using substances, if all other program criteria are met. Knowledge of HIV Status Withheld From PartnerSubstance abuse, particularly the injection of drugs, increases risk of HIV infection (Pickens et al. 1993). During treatment the IOT counselor may learn that a client has not informed a partner of his or her HIV-positive status, exposing the partner to potential infection. The following approaches help reduce this risk while maintaining client confidentiality: Ensure that the client is informed fully about the connections among drug use, unprotected sex, and the transmission of HIV/AIDS. Acknowledge and discuss with the client any fears, feelings of embarrassment, and guilt about revealing his or her HIV status to a partner. Include information about HIV transmission in educational materials and presentations made to family members. Assist the client in finding ways to talk about the issue with the partner, offer assistance in informing the partner if the client consents, and refer the client to an HIV/AIDS counselor for assistance. Encourage the client to participate in a support group for HIV-positive individuals, and provide a specific program referral. Discuss possible referrals to community-based providers if notifying the partner results in a need for services.(See TIP 37, Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons With HIV/AIDS [CSAT 2000c].)Entry of a Well-Known Individual Into TreatmentRecovery from substance use disorders is the focus of treatment for all clients, regardless of their position or visibility in the community. When a well-known person, such as a political leader, sports personality, artist, member of the clergy, or media representative, enters an IOT program, a variety of issues may surface. Examples include Increased risk to maintaining privacy and confidentiality.Interest in the client may result in inquiries by media representatives, curious callers, or program visitors. Remind all staff, including administrative and support personnel, as well as clients, to adhere to the program’s confidentiality procedures that protect the privacy of every client. Feelings of privilege.Well-known clients may enter treatment with a belief that they do not need to follow all the program’s procedures or meet each requirement. Counselors must assist these clients in assimilating as quickly as possible into the treatment milieu by (1) relating to the private and not the public individual, (2) communicating treatment procedures and requirements, and (3) securing a signed behavioral contract. Individuals who are well known in the community may be concerned about protecting their privacy. The IOT counselor can assist these clients by (1) acknowledging their concerns while assuring them that others in similar circumstances have completed treatment and are recovering successfully, (2) evaluating the feasibility of their being treated out of town, (3) reviewing and discussing the program’s confidentiality regulations and policies, and (4) encouraging clients to attend support group meetings, which have a strong tradition of protecting the identity of participants. Effect on the treatment milieu.The presence of high-profile clients or relatives and friends of such clients may mean that the treatment environment is tense or unsettled because of media attention; group cohesion based on trust may be slow to develop. The IOT counselor might consider these approaches: (1) discuss interpersonal issues that a client may have with other clients in individual counseling sessions, (2) use the group process to discuss confidentiality, trust, or other concerns, and (3) place any clients who express a concern about being in a group with a high-profile client in different groups. Dual relationships.High-profile clients may offer to help the counselor or program financially, through a personal appearance, or through their influence. Acceptance of such an offer from a client introduces a “dual relationship,” which is unethical. Programs should not accept gifts or favors from clients beyond the published fee schedules. Only after a client has been out of treatment for an extended period (which many programs consider to be 1 year or longer) should the person be considered a successful alumnus and eligible to support the program in these ways.Go to:Clients Who WorkMany clients have employment-related challenges, which can include schedule conflicts, associating with co-workers who use substances, and unrealistic employer requests.Conflicting Work and Treatment SchedulesIndividuals who enter IOT may face conflicts between work responsibilities and attending IOT group sessions. Some clients may rotate shifts or be asked to work overtime or work on weekends. Work schedules may interfere with treatment sessions. This situation most likely occurs when the employer is unaware that the employee is in treatment. The following approaches may be helpful, depending on the client’s situation: Encourage clients to make treatment and recovery their first priority; help clients understand that by doing so they are better able to meet their work obligations. Support clients in making treatment a high priority by being flexible with treatment schedules. Encourage clients to inform their employers that they have a health condition and to ask the employers to cooperate with efforts to address the health condition.Working and Socializing With Co-Workers Who Use SubstancesClients may have used substances with co-workers and may find it difficult to renegotiate their relationships with co-workers and to avoid circumstances that can lead to relapse. Options for addressing these issues include Assisting the client in identifying specific work-related circumstances that may be uncomfortable or increase the risk of relapse Encouraging the client to distance himself or herself from co-workers who use substances Using role plays and other counselor-client interactions so the client can practice responding to questions about treatment and invitations to use substances in ways that preclude uncomfortable discussions and limit risk-oriented situations Encouraging the client to transfer to another work environment that is more supportive of recovery, if possibleEmployer RequestsIf the employer referred the client to treatment, the employer may expect information from the IOT provider about whether the client can assume his or her job responsibilities. Many large employers have policies that address this question, specifying when an employee can resume driving a bus or carrying a gun and mandating regular drug testing for a specified period. Key points concerning this issue include that IOT providers do not have the expertise to determine whether a client can perform his or her job duties. Only the employer can determine this. IOT providers can inform an employer (with the client’s consent) about the client’s progress in treatment and the drug test results. IOT providers can refer the employer to resources such as professional associations and the drug-free workplace information available on the Internet from the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Workplace Resource Center (workplace.samhsa.gov). IOT providers can negotiate with the employer for an additional period of continuing care for the employee; this period reinforces treatment gains and reduces the risk of relapse.Millions of private-sector workers in the aviation, maritime, railroad, mass transit, pipeline, and motor carrier industries are governed by Federal legislation (the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991) that makes workplace drug testing mandatory. If an employee of one of these industries fails a workplace drug test and is mandated to treatment, the treatment program is required to inform the employer in writing of assessment results and treatment recommendations (Macdonald and Kaplan 2003).Helping Clients Achieve BalanceOnce in treatment, clients sometimes try to make up for past harmful behavior during periods of substance abuse. Feeling guilty and remorseful, clients may take on additional work, extend their workdays, and try to become perfect employees. IOT providers should caution clients about the risk of compromising their recovery efforts by taking on too much responsibility too quickly. The following responses may assist a client who tries to overcompensate: Remind the client that recovery is the first priority. Encourage the client to maintain balance and perspective with respect to the type and intensity of activities that are undertaken. Assist the client in understanding that there will be time to address past mistakes once recovery is solidly underway. Conflicting Schedules Emily decided to seek treatment for her substance use disorder. She was employed at a firm that depended on her to work on key projects. During treatment entry, the IOT counselor learned that Emily’s supervisor sometimes expected her to work beyond regular hours. On these occasions she would be unable to attend IOT group sessions consistently. Counselor response.After exploring this issue, the counselor concluded that Emily was unable to resolve her schedule conflicts with her employer without jeopardizing her position. The counselor then arranged for Emily to attend a Saturday group session and to increase the number of individual counseling sessions to compensate for the reduced number of group sessions. Emily was able to complete treatment successfully. Co-Workers Who Use Substances John and several co-workers went out together every Friday evening after work and drank heavily. They drank on Saturday and continued drinking during the Sunday football games they watched together. After making a decision to stop drinking and enter treatment, John wondered what he could say to his co-workers. Counselor response.The counselor suggested that John follow these steps: • Maintain distance from friends and co-workers who use substances. • Avoid explaining or defending his decision to enter treatment. • Avoid giving detailed explanations for refusing invitations to activities where substances are used. • Practice using concrete statements to avoid situations in which substances are used, such as “I need to attend to personal problems in the family”; “Thanks, but no.” Practice these statements in group sessions; role play the responses in individual counseling sessions. The counselor also worked with John to develop a new social network and find recreational activities that would support his recovery. Go to:Boundary IssuesClients in treatment and IOT program staff members interact with one another on many levels—intellectual, emotional, and spiritual. The IOT experience is intense for all participants. Forming a therapeutic relationship with the client helps the counselor focus on the client’s recovery and influence the client’s behavior. At the same time, clients work together in group sessions over weeks and months on issues of profound significance to them. Furthermore, group members may attend community-based support groups together during and after IOT. In the process, they often develop trust and genuine concern and caring for one another. The intensity and environment of an IOT program can lead to behaviors and issues that challenge the boundaries between staff members and clients. The following are examples of these challenges and suggested responses.Clients Giving Gifts to StaffGift giving is relatively common and may have meanings and consequences that require careful consideration by counselors. For example, the customs and traditions of some cultures encourage gift giving to show respect for someone who offers a valuable service. Recent immigrants from these cultures may continue this practice and bring a small gift or food item to the IOT counselor or other program staff members. In some cases, failure to accept the gift may be viewed as a lack of courtesy and result in the client’s dropping out of treatment.Other gifts given by clients to IOT staff members may be inappropriate and should be refused politely and tactfully. Most program rules prohibit staff members from accepting gifts if they Exceed a certain value (e.g., more than $20) Are not the result of a religious or cultural tradition Are offered in anticipation of some response or benefit (e.g., special treatment or favor) Are obviously personal in nature Are likely to cause discomfort, questions, or confusion for others about the relationship between counselor and clientOther programs permit only such gifts as flowers, candy, cookies, or plants that can be shared by all staff members and clients rather than given to an individual staff member.IOT providers should develop program rules that discourage gift giving and discuss these rules with clients. However, the rules should permit some flexibility for individual circumstances. It is recommended that programs require staff members to report all gifts to supervisory personnel and in the case record. Counselors should be familiar with the program’s policies on these issues. The Meaning of Gifts: A Cultural Perspective A gift has meaning both to the individual who gives it and to the one who receives it. Understanding and appropriately acknowledging the true meaning of a gift always require an awareness of the giver’s cultural background. For example, many cultures place significant value on relationships rather than on individual priorities or achievement. The giving of a gift recognizes and reflects the value of the relationship and signals respect and caring. Gifts are given frequently and generally are not connected to an expectation of favor or privilege. By accepting modest and especially handmade gifts from these clients, IOT staff members acknowledge the respect, cultural values, and practices of these individuals. Socializing Among ClientsIOT programs differ in the degree of socializing expected outside group sessions. Some programs encourage clients to attend mutual-help meetings together and support one another in other aspects of their lives. Other programs discourage contact between clients except within the program. Most IOTs have rules regarding dating, sexual involvement, or other pairing of clients that could undermine treatment.Client Relationships Involving Substance UseSometimes clients meet in an IOT program and decide to use drugs or alcohol together. Others may be acquainted before entering treatment and continue a relationship that includes substance use. Options for the counselor include the following: Reassess the readiness of clients for treatment and recovery. Develop a written contract for abstinence, and have clients sign it. Refer clients to separate treatment programs. Provide individual therapy for one client until the other client graduates from the program.Socializing Between Staff and ClientsThe therapeutic relationship between an IOT counselor and a client is built on caring, trust, and genuine interest in the recovery of the client. These three elements form a basic building block of the treatment alliance. To safeguard the therapeutic dyad and maintain the quality of the treatment environment, IOT programs typically prohibit staff-client activities such as socializing and doing favors. Program consequences for violations of these rules of professional conduct should be clear and applied consistently to all program staff, from administrators to support personnel. Consequences may vary, based on the circumstances, and can include supervisory reprimand and counseling, oral or written warnings, probation, and dismissal. In some cases, the counselor who violates prohibitions must be reported to his or her licensing or certification board. The Client Is My Neighbor The IOT counselor recognizes a new client in the waiting room as her neighbor. The neighbor is surprised to see the counselor. Counselor response.The counselor asks to speak privately to the neighbor in her office. The counselor acknowledges the social relationship that exists between them and states that she will not be involved in any way with the neighbor’s treatment. The counselor also explains confidentiality regulations and indicates that the neighbor is in charge of how they relate to each other outside the treatment setting. The counselor also discloses the relationship to his or her supervisor to ensure that the counselor is not involved, even tangentially, in the client’s case. Counselor Observes the Client Using Substances in the Community Residents in a small, rural community occasionally enjoy dancing at the local nightspot. One evening an IOT counselor observes a client drinking at the bar. Counselor response.The counselor leaves the establishment as soon as possible and does not acknowledge the client. Subsequently, in the treatment setting, the counselor meets with the client one on one. The counselor states the facts of the incident, expresses concern about the possible relapse, reminds the client of the agreement not to use substances, and, using motivational interviewing techniques, asks the client to determine how to handle the return to drinking. Counselors With Dual RolesMany IOT counselors are also members of mutual-help programs and must maintain appropriate boundaries between these two roles. For example, it would not be appropriate for an IOT counselor to become a client’s sponsor. A counselor also might meet an IOT program client by chance at a mutual-help meeting, particularly in a small community. Counselors should avoid attending meetings that current or former clients attend. When this is not possible, an IOT counselor should avoid sharing his or her personal issues at that meeting. If a counselor in this situation needs to talk, he or she should take someone aside after the meeting or call his or her sponsor. Some cities have “counselor only” meetings that are not listed in directories. The mutual-help program’s intergroup office or other counselors are good resources for locating such meetings.Go to:Appendix 7-A. Instruments for Assessing Relapse PotentialClinicians have access to several instruments that help clients identify situations that pose high risks of relapse and understand their personal relapse triggers. Most instruments are not under copyright and can be used free of charge. More information about these tools, including information on obtaining copies and links to downloadable versions, can be found at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism’s Web sitewww.niaaa.nih.govby entering “Alcoholism Treatment Assessment Instruments” into the site’s search engine.Alcohol Abstinence Self-Efficacy Scale (AASE)AASE evaluates a client’s confidence in the ability to abstain from drinking in 20 situations that present common drinking cues. The instrument comprises 40 items that gauge a client’s risk of relapse on four scales: when the client is experiencing Negative emotions (e.g., depression, frustration) Feelings of well-being (e.g., celebrating, on vacation) Physical pain (e.g., headache, fatigue) Cravings (e.g., testing willpower, experimenting with one drink)AASE is a paper-and-pencil instrument that can be administered and scored in 20 minutes. No training is required to use it. It can be used to evaluate clients admitted to an IOT program, to guide treatment, or to design individualized relapse prevention strategies. A user-friendly version of AASE can be found atwww.adai.washington.edu/instruments/pdf/AASE.pdf.Alcohol Effects Questionnaire (AEQ)AEQ assesses the positive and negative effects that clients expect alcohol to have. Based on their beliefs about alcohol, clients respond “agree” or “disagree” to 40 statements. AEQ yields scores in eight different categories that describe the expected effects of alcohol: general positive feelings, social and physical pleasure, sexual enhancement, power and aggression, social expressiveness, relaxation and tension reduction, cognitive and physical impairment, and unconcern. Administration and scoring of the pencil-and-paper AEQ take 10 minutes, and no special training is required. Although AEQ has been used largely as a research instrument, it can be used therapeutically to assess the effects a client desires to achieve by drinking and to initiate discussions about alternative methods of attaining those effects. The AEQ has proved especially helpful with college students who use alcohol.Alcohol-Specific Role Play Test (ASRPT)ASRPT uses role playing to gauge client responses to 10 different situations that pose a threat of relapse. Clients listen to taped prompts and then act out their responses, which are videotaped for scoring purposes. Five of the situations involve clients playing out an interaction with another person (e.g., a scenario in which a business contact asks the person in recovery to complete a deal over drinks at a local bar); five require clients to act out their responses to an internal conflict (e.g., a scenario in which the person in recovery has been working in the yard all day and suddenly thinks that a cold beer sounds good). The ASRPT can be administered in 20 minutes; male and female role-play partners and a videotape technician are necessary. Training is required to give the test, and trained judges must score it.Situational Confidence Questionnaire (SCQ)SCQ assesses a client’s confidence in the ability to cope with eight types of high-risk drinking situations. For each of the SCQ’s 39 items, clients indicate on a 6-point scale (ranging from “not at all confident” to “very confident”) how they feel about their ability to resist the urge to drink. SCQ is available in paper-and-pencil and computerized versions and can be self-administered in 8 minutes. (Scoring for the paper-and-pencil version takes 5 minutes; the computerized version is scored as soon as the questionnaire is completed.) Required minimal training is available from a user’s guide that can be purchased with SCQ.

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Part 1: Personal Identity Collage  Part 2: A-B-C Dimensions of Personal IdentityThe images above  are a reflection of who I am.  For “A” Dimension, the picture of the 27 represents my age, I am 27 years old. I am a female that why I have a lady with a girl power tattoo. I am from Mexican decent and instead of using a picture of a taco, I used a picture of a “concha” which is a type of Mexican bread. My primary language is Spanish, but I also speak English. The photo with two boys talking represent the both languages I speak. For “B” Dimension, I am currently a student at Grand Canyon University. I am going for my teaching degree. Although I am still in the process on becoming a teacher, I am a long term sub for 3rd grade. This will be my second year. One of my major hobbies is anything handmade. I like to go online search for crafts that I can make. Lastly for “C” dimension, a historical moment for me was the time that I became a mom. I a mom to a boy. I like to keep myself informed of the best out there for babies. I breastfeed my son up until he was 6 months. It was significant for me because not a lot of young mothers do that. Another significant moment that I have had in my life is traveling. The pictures above are the places that I have traveled to. It has made an impact in my life because I have learned about different cultures. This past year, I was able to travel to Russia for the world cup. This was a dream of mine. The fact that I have been able to accomplish goals, it has been very satisfying. Part 3: Personal Identity: Effect on the ClassroomOur personal identity affects in everything we do, especially in our classroom. Some of the cons I see from my personal identity is that  I work with students who are Hispanic. Due to the school being located in a border town, there is not much variety. I would love for my students to see other cultures. This is important because no matter where they go, they will have to work with someone who will have different views than them.  A pro that I see in my personal identity is that I have traveled around the world. I have seen different cultures. When it comes to having a diverse classroom, student and teacher must know a little about each other  culture. We as educator must provide a safe learning environment for students. The best way to do this is by getting to know other cultures and costumes. If students get to know each other, they will built relationship with classmates. Also, they will be able to connect with the teacher. The building of relationship is important because it helps built that classroom environment. When there is a respectful and safe classroom, students will learn. Another con that I see on my personal identity is that I am a long term sub that is teaching 3rd grade. I am not a fully certified teacher. However, I am enrolled at a university. The pro is that the school district offers many professional development meetings. My students deserve a teacher who is highly qualified, this could definitely affect their learning. The advantage is that teachers are often evaluated and observed. Although teachers are moving away from Arizona, the district is providing training to its employees to provide best teaching practices.Priscilla,You did a nice job on your first assignment for the class. Below are my findings from your submission. Let me know if you need anything or have any questions. I am here for your success.Shelly1084 words in all for the entire assignmentPart 1: Personal Identity CollageCreate a collage that exemplifies the three dimensions of your personal identity through photographs, graphics, and images of artifacts based on the A-B-C Dimensions of Personal Identity. Do not include any photographs of yourself.Part 2: A-B-C Dimensions of Personal IdentityIn a 250-500 word rationale, discuss how your images exemplify the three dimensions of your personal identity that defends your choices for each dimension consistent with Arredondo’s theories and definitions. Part 3: Personal Identity: Effect on the ClassroomWrite a 250-500 word summary that discusses personal identity and the implications for a diverse classroom.  For example, based on your findings, how will your personal identity affect your classroom culture, expectations, relationships, verbal and non-verbal communication, class materials, and assignments? Include both challenges and opportunities.Use 3-4 scholarly resources to inform your assignment. 0 resources usedPrepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.No, this is not in correct APA format. Please check the templates in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.4%Please submit all parts of this assignment as one submission to LoudCloud.