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English 101

Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for

Here you are going analyze two pieces of writing, using two sets of criteria for your analysis. Be sure to do BOTH parts of the discussion to be eligible for full credit.
Part 1 – Traits of Academic Writing
In her article in Teaching English in the Two Year College, Teresa Thonney outlines six standard features of academic writing:
Writers respond to what others have said about their topic.
Writers state the value of their work and announce the plan for their papers.
Writers acknowledge that others might disagree with the position they’ve taken.
Writers adopt a voice of authority.
Writers use academic and discipline specific vocabulary.
Writers emphasize evidence, often in tables, graphs, and images. (348)
To complete this week’s discussion, go to this site: APUS Digital Commons@APUS Site. There you have two choices for this assignment; you can look at student papers or faculty papers. The direct links to those two choices are shown here:
Student papers (Master’s Capstone Theses)
Faculty papers (Collections, Faculty Publications Collection)
Find a paper that is related to your topic. You can choose either a student or faculty paper. If you don’t find a paper on your topic, just choose one that interests you. You may see the abstract of a paper and can download the paper to read it. As you read the paper, pay close attention to the six features of academic writing noted above. Which standards are present the paper? What standards (if any) are missing? How does the presence or absence of these standards affect the quality of the paper?
To help us locate the papers you have analyzed, be sure to provide the paper’s title and recommended citation found on the paper’s website.
Part 2 – Source Evaluation
BELOW IS THE ARTICLE LINK FOE PART 2
https://pubsonline.informs.org/doi/abs/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
NAME OF THE ARTICLE
A Game-Theoretic Approach for Regulating Hazmat Transportation
Lucio Bianco, Massimiliano Caramia, Stefano Giordani, Veronica Piccialli
Published Online:9 Jun 2015https://doi.org/10.1287/trsc.2015.0592
For the second part of this discussion, find an article from the APUS Library on your topic and evaluate the source based on the criteria below. Be sure to include the citation for the article, as well as a link so we can look at it.
Title of Article (including proper citation and URL so we can find it)
Peer-reviewed Journal: Is the article from a peer-reviewed journal at APUS Library?
Credible Author: How or why should the author should be considered an expert on your chosen topic?
Reliable Publisher: Who is the publisher? What is the publisher’s reputation? Has this source been published by a scholarly or peer-reviewed press? Is this source available in trusted archives, such as subscription databases? If this is from a website, how reliable is that website?
Accuracy: Does the information seem to be accurate? Does the information correspond with or contradict information found in sources known to be reliable? Has the information been peer-reviewed? Is there a reference list available so you can verify the information? Are there any factual errors, statistical flaws, or faulty conclusions?
Current Information: Is the material up to date? If it is from a website, when was it last updated
Objectivity (Bias): Are all sides of the issue/topic treated fairly? Do you detect any bias? (For instance, is the author connected to any institution or foundation that might be paying him, which could suggest bias?) Who is paying to have the work published? If a website has an org or com suffix, it is likely that there is an agenda/stance and this limits objectivity.
This is a discussion post so it doesn’t have to be over 250 words
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Discipline: College writing and research

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Business Studies

According to a 2015 report, 32 percent of McDonald’s income was from the U.S., M

According to a 2015 report, 32 percent of McDonald’s income was from the U.S., McDonald’s domestic environment — leaving the lion’s share from overseas markets. (The Guardian, 2015). https://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/may/02/mcdonalds-a-brief-history-in-15-facts
For this discussion essay:
Select and research a foreign country where McDonald’s is located doing business;
Identify and evaluate McDonald’s political and legal limitations and barriers in that country, as compared to the U.S.; and
How McDonald’s has overcome (or should overcome) these barriers.

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Marketing

Topic: Leaders Who Have Hacked The Future Gap Each student will present an examp

Topic: Leaders Who Have Hacked The Future Gap
Each student will present an example taken from current events (within the last two years) drawn from a story/article, which illustrates Leadership in the topic (do not use Jobs, Ma, Musk…or any of the better-known leaders/companies – pick someone from a company/product that we might not know of).

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English 101

Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a cert

Compare and contrasting Cherismotre and Innovative people there has to be a certain person for each category for example mom for one and dad for the other and it needs . In the picture of notes at the bottom of the page there’s meaning for the word Transformational that the words Cherismotre and Innovative if they were like together for the both of compare and contrast.
The introduction include a hook and transition to the thesis stamens. The thesis statement names the topic of the essay, is users at blue places within the paragraph and outlines the main points to be discussed.
Each of the body paragraphs includes a creative and well written topic sentence with supporting details, and smooth transitions. The essay uses a pattern of organization appropriate for compare/ contrast writing.
The paragraphs include all of the necessary points that support the thesis statement he ideas are presented in a balanced and reasonable way. One side is not represented more than the other.
The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader firmly understanding the writers position. There is an effective restatement of the thesis statement.
Author makes almost no errors in grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract the reader from the content.

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Management

Suppose you manage a firm that manufactures and sells paper goods (e.g., plates,

Suppose you manage a firm that manufactures and sells paper goods (e.g., plates, cups, napkins, etc.) and you would like to expand your market to beyond the United States. You are responsible for developing a global web strategy, and the first country you are thinking of targeting are France, Italy, Germany, Japan, China, and Brazil. Using the statistics in the CIA World Factbook: https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/ and other online sources, which of these countries would you target first? What criteria did you use? What other considerations should you address in your web strategy? What features would put on your website to attract buyers from the countries you target?

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Human Resources Management (HRM)

Philosopher and historian Martin Buber (1878–1965) taught that love is not a fee

Philosopher and historian Martin Buber (1878–1965) taught that love is not a feeling but a responsibility of one person for another. Feelings may come and go, but the solidarity that people have with each other and the care they take with one another define them as human beings. Thus, love, as responsibility, depends on relationships based on good faith and concern. Business, too, is about relationships. Without a relationship of trust, there can be no exchange of goods or services upon which economies are built.
Many people question the place of love in a business setting. When seen from Buber’s perspective, however, love is not an idyllic feeling, but a driving force for justice and care. This does not deny the need for profit and financial success. It simply emphasizes the other side of the twofold purpose of business (profit and responsibility). In fact, John Mackey, the founder of Whole Foods, has said that love has been the basis of his success in business, which translates into care and concern for customers beyond profit and for workers beyond productivity.
If there is anything that transcends time, place, and culture, it is love. The search for a universally applied set of ethics always comes back to it. But what does love look like in a business setting?
IBM expresses their mission: “[IBM] remain[s] dedicated to leading the world into a more prosperous and progressive future; to creating a world that is fairer, more diverse, more tolerant, more just” (Byers and Stanberry, 2018).
Can Martin Buber’s notion of love play a role in business? Why or why not?
If so, what would that look like?
What responsibilities do companies have regarding justice and care?
Should business ethics be grounded on more concrete tenets? Why or why not?
Note:
Remember in this discussion forum you should respond with substantial detail to this topic early in week 1 of the module. This will be your “initial post.” For your initial post also bring in information from at least one background source or your own research to help inform your classmates. Cite the source.
Then by week 2 of the module, you are to respond to the posts of at least two of your classmates. Your responses should have depth of critical thought and not simply agree or disagree. For each response also bring in information from at least one background source or your own research to help inform your classmates. Cite the source.
Assignment Expectations
Each post should be about 250-300 words.
Discussion posts will be assessed according to the following criteria on the discussion rubric:
Quality of initial posting (first discussion only): Initial posting reveals a clear understanding of all aspects of the treated discussion question; uses factual and relevant information; and demonstrates full development of concepts.
Quality of Responses to Classmates: Responds to the required number of students and to the professor, if appropriate. Demonstrates analysis of others’ posts; extends meaningful discussions by building on previous peer posts; and offers alternative perspectives.
Reference to supporting readings/information literacy: Refers to and properly cites either course and/or outside readings in posts, as required.
Critical thinking: Demonstrates mastery conceptualizing the problem; viewpoints and assumptions of experts are analyzed, synthesized, and evaluated; and conclusions are logically presented with appropriate rationale.
Timeliness: Initial post occurs in a timely manner (1-3 days into module) allowing ample time for classmates to respond and engage.
Comments from Customer
Customer is an international student. Please, provide a regular grammatically correct, well-structured paper according to the instructions and academic context provided, written with simple sentence structures and easy vocabulary (or shortly, use simple English).

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IT, Web

Write a detailed report discussing the algorithm used by the operating system to

Write a detailed report discussing the algorithm used by the operating system to provide security to the computer system and user. Discuss all sections of the algorithm in detail.

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Education

Case study on Anna Bagenholms skiing accident where she survives after being sub

Case study on Anna Bagenholms skiing accident where she survives after being submerged in ice, recording lowest core body temperature.
Section 1: Case Background (10 pts)
• Sub-section 1 i.e. Rationale:
o Was a rationale provided? Did the paper consider why the case is important both to the author and to the broader field of human applied environmental physiology and if possible, society?
• Sub-section 2 i.e. Case Description
o Did the author adequately describe the case?
• Sub-section 3 i.e. Personal Characteristics
o Did the author adequately describe the participant characteristics – where available – including parameters such as height, age, weight, gender, training status, and consider how the case subject compares to the general population?
• Sub-section 4 i.e. Review of the environmental conditions
o Did the author describe the environmental conditions, including (if known) the temperature, relative humidity, and other important factors, perhaps including the WBGT, or altitude, or water temperature, and how these factors affect the heat balance equation?
Section 2: Physiology (10 pts)
• Did the author provide a detailed breakdown of the case study from a thermoregulatory perspective? Did they elaborate on key concepts such as the effects on the heat balance equation, thermoeffectors leading to heat loss or heat storage as related to the case, effects on deep body temperature, effects on cognitive function, effects on performance, clothing, etc.?
Section 3: Lessons learned (10 pts)
• Did the author reflect on the case study and consider what lessons were learned, both by the subject of the case report, and from a thermoregulatory perspective? Did they discuss other key concepts related to the case i.e. strategies to enhance/slow heat loss i.e. cooling or warming strategies, etc., and include evidence-based practical recommendations?
Section 4: References (4 pts)
• Did the author follow APA Links to an external site.guidelines for this section?
• Did the author follow appropriate guidelines for in-text citation i.e. one point should be deducted up to a maximum of five for grammar, punctuation and/or referencing errors.
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Discipline: performing in extremes

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Accounting

The Professor instructions to write a three page paper covering the topics on th

The Professor instructions to write a three page paper covering the topics on the presentation rubric
your paper will cover the entire presentation (all members parts) and discuss each of the requirements from the presentation rubric. I am not part of the presentation so leave the first two out. you will know what I mean when you see the rubric.
The company we are talking about is EA
I uploaded the excel file too. we got 13.1 out of 18 the comments we got was “Missing considerable detail on the formulas”
Part 3 of the project we got 5 out 13
part 4 of the project we got 13 out of 13
I will upload the rubric with the comments on why we got 5 out 13 on part 3

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Education

W5: The Mixed Method Approach Discussion context: It is important to think about

W5: The Mixed Method Approach
Discussion context: It is important to think about the research approach you plan on using for your papers. Most students just default to what they have always done. But what they have always done is typically only one of many different approaches.
Discussion prompt: Explain the Mixed Methods Research approach, and discuss one advantage of the approach and one disadvantage of the approach. Why do you think this approach has gained in popularity?
Instructions: Utilize the lesson materials to provide support your initial response.
Your initial post must address at least two concepts from the lesson, be of sufficient length to address the discussion prompt sufficiently, and contain sufficient substance to be meaningful (a good guide is for it to be around 300 words), and it must include some type of direct attribution to the lesson material. To fully satisfy this requirement, your initial post should include at least one direct reference to the assigned reading and/or lesson material within the body of your initial post using a parenthetical reference (Author’s last name and date of publication, page #; e.g., Jordan 2020, 23)) and provide a complete citation for it at the bottom of your post.
Please respond to at least two other students. Peer responses must be of sufficient length to address the discussion prompt sufficiently and contain sufficient substance to be meaningful (a good guide is for it to be around 100 words), substantive (i.e., address the content of the post and the lesson material), and grounded in the lesson material and literature. A good way to ground your responses in the literature is to refer to the lesson material and/or assigned reading when mentioning a specific idea, concept, or term. You may challenge, support, or supplement another student’s answer using the terms, concepts, and theories from the required readings. Also, do not be afraid to respectfully disagree where you feel appropriate, as this should be part of your analysis process at this academic level.
Feel free to provide a response to my query, but it is not required for you to do so. You will, however, earn more points for responding to my query.
Forum posts are graded on timeliness, relevance, knowledge of the weekly readings, and the quality of original ideas. While proper APA is not required, attribution to sources that informed your posting should be included. Refer to the grading rubric for additional details concerning grading criteria.
Initial Post Due: Thursday, by 11:59 pm ET
Responses Due: Sunday, by 11:59 pm ET
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Discipline: HLSS300