Read the 3rd Chapter of The roots of American Order. Summarize you thoughts on this chapter first, Then discuss what the Greeks got right and wrong about politics and order before Solon, Plato and Aristotle. Discuss what these three men ( Solon, Plato and Aristotle) brought in the way of thinking to American morality and political, thinking.

Your initial post should be 250 words minimum. You must make at least two comments on your peers posts. Each Comment must be 100 words minimum.

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Guidelines for Book Review:

A full book review may concern only one book. Its length is about 1500-2000 words. It should give readers an engaging, informative, and critical discussion of the work. The review should follow the Guidelines below.

The review should consider (please use as your outline):

The intended audience for the book and who would find it useful

The background of the author(s)

The main ideas and major objectives of the book and how effectively these are accomplished

The context or impetus for the book – – political controversy, implications of the book for research, policy, practice, or theory

A comparison with other works on this subject

Constructive comments about the strength and weaknesses of the book

The front page of your review should include:

Your first and last name

Your student id

Author(s) or editor(s) first and last name(s) (please indicate if it is an edited book)

Title of book

Year of publication

Place of publication


Number of pages

Price (please indicate paperback or hard cover) if available


You MUST include a work cited page at the end of your report. Note that although this isn’t in the requirements listed on the syllabus, it is mandatory. Since you will have to compare your book to other works and books, you must cite all of the resources you have used.

Please select a book from:

White Man’s Burden – William Easterly

Poor Economics – Banerjee and Duflo

Good Economics for Hard Times – Banerjee

The Bottom Billion – Paul Collier

Why Nations Fail – Daron Acemoglu

Dead Aid – Dambisa Moyo

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Find a peer reviewed article in the following databases and write a 250-word paper reviewing the literature concerning Data Center Technology.Choose one of the technologies discussed in Chapter 5, Section 5.2 (Erl, 2014).

You may choose any scholarly peer reviewed articles and papers.

Use the following databases for your research:

  • ACM Digital Library
  • IEEE/IET Electronic Library
  • SAGE Premier


Please compare and contrast virtualization and containerization, 2. discuss container architectural elements, 3. what are the benefits of containers? (250 words)

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two works about human resource management, 400-500 words need. details are in the attachment.

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Writing Assignment: Research Proposal Letter For this assignment, you will write your research proposal letter. You are required to submit only your final draft for this assignment (though we encourage all students to take advantage of the additional feedback a draft can provide). Use the grader’s feedback and the rubric to make revisions to your draft before submitting the final. Your second draft will be graded. This research proposal letter will be directed to an audience who can create change (Congressperson, business administrators, or other similar audience.) In the proposal, you need to suggest a change or a solution to a current problem. As you have already chosen a topic for your research proposal letter in Topic 6 and conducted an interview that will become one of your sources for this letter, you do not need to choose a topic. You must use the same topic that you began researching in Topic 6, and you must use your interview as a source. Your research proposal should be presented in a letter format including the following information: • Your mailing address (Note: For privacy reasons, you may opt to not disclose your mailing address when you submit your letter to our graders for review; however, should you choose to mail your letter to your chosen recipient, you will need to include your mailing address, as this is a customary business letter practice.) Note that a formal letter does not require your name in the header. Your name will go at the end, with your closing. • The date you wrote the letter • A name and mailing address for the individual to whom you are writing the letter • A greeting or salutation • A closing and your typed name (Note: A written signature is optional for your submission, but should you choose to send your letter, you would need to include your written signature between the closing and your typed name.) Scroll to the end of these instructions for an idea of how you should format this assignment. To organize this information, follow the format included in the course site in the “Assignments” area. For your proposal, follow this organizational framework: For your researched proposal, follow this organizational framework: • Introduction: The Problem Identify the problem, including researched information to explain it fully. You may devote more than one paragraph to describe the problem if needed. To determine the extent of the information you must provide about the problem, consider the letter recipient’s understanding of the problem. • Body: Your Proposal Explain the specifics of your proposal. What are your solutions to solve this problem, step by step? What is the cost? How is this cost incurred? What ideas do you have for funding your proposal? Justify your proposal. How will your proposal solve the problem? Why is this proposal feasible? Concede or refute the counterarguments: Will the letter recipient have certain preconceived ideas about the subject? How can you address these counterarguments without diminishing your argument? Note: You will lose points from the rubric if you do not address the counterargument. • Conclusion: Your Argument Take into consideration your chosen audience and his/her interests. Use persuasive techniques to align your proposal to the audience’s ideals. You may use more than one concluding paragraph if needed. See the end of this document for more specific information about formatting your letter appropriately. You are required to use source information, including ideas you learned from the interview process wherever it will prove your point. In addition to the interview itself, you should have at least two other credible sources, for a total of at least three sources. Note: If you do not meet the source minimum, the rubric will automatically be scored down. Since this is a letter, you will use signal phrases (i.e., “As Fugle describes…”) and omit parenthetical citations (“Fugle”). You must include a Works Cited page for this assignment. Good, informative signal phrases will be important in order to make sure your sources are credited (example: “Fugle, a well-known environmental researcher, explains the problem by…”). As with all college writing, you must include a strong thesis statement and take care to avoid logical fallacies while following the other standards for academic writing. You might use this as a guideline in crafting your thesis: Valley City should (add solution suggestion), which (add how it can be funded) and (add justification), although (add counterargument focus). Here is a more specific example: Valley City should (use its largest abandoned warehouse for a new recreational center to hold before and after-school programs), which (can be conveniently funded by the tax stream that was being used to construct Main Street until this point), and will (provide the final element—housing—in order for local schools to also implement a before-school program(, and although (some community members do not believe before- and after-school programs are necessary(, they should (review the high number of students apprehended by law enforcement during the hours before and after-school programs would operate). The guidelines for this assignment are as follows: Length: This assignment should be at least 500 words. Format: • This assignment has a special format (letter style), so you will not use a typical header • Single-spacing, with a double-space between paragraphs (see below) • Standard 12 point font (Arial, TimesNewRoman, Calibri) • 1” margins on all sides • Save the file using one of the following extensions: .docx, .doc, .rtf, or .txt Since this is a formal letter format, you will not underline your thesis statement. Please scroll to the next page to see a sample letter format. Your own address (or a fake ad

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10 questions about R and deciphering the graphs, questions and charts below.. just decipher

Answer the following questions. You do not need to include the table of results in your answer, but be sure to label your answers clearly (for instance, question 1, 2, etc). Write up your answers as either a single Word or text document, or PDF, and be sure to upload it back to Canvas.

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Please read the two files below for instruction and the document to read.

Doc 1 is the Research Paper Instruction.

Doc 2 is the paper we need to read in order to write this paper.

Please also use at least 5 scholarly site to find more information about the research and provide the site links or PDF copy of the scholarly site.

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175 words 1 citation

In a court of law, if the evidence didn’t exist, then an attorney wouldn’t have much of a case to pursue. Most times, cases will be dropped, and life goes on. In nursing, it is evidence that is supported by research that guides us to continue clinical practices that promote quality and safety for our patients. The results of a study can prevent us from doing something that may cause harm or has no clinical value to the patient. Evidence-based practice has improved the way nurses practice and deliver care to patients. But unlike the law scenario, if evidence doesn’t exist, nurses can’t shrug their shoulders and say ‘oh well.’

When evidence doesn’t exist, nurses can rely on critical thinking and clinical reasoning to guide them in their efforts to provide safe and effective care. Critical thinking is a problem-solving approach. According to (Ward-Smith 2020), “critical thinking allows us to identify the problem, then develop a solution or intervention based on our review and critique available data.” Often critical thinking is developed through clinical experience and previous knowledge, so new nurses or nursing students might not have developed this skill. (Papthanasiou, Kelisiaris, & Fradelos, et.al.,2014).

The right characteristics can develop one’s level of critical thinking. Be knowledge-hungry and always think before taking action. Nurses should reflect after the end of the shift to think about what improvements they can make the next time around. Stay informed by joining respective nursing associations and join journal clubs to get up-to-date information on the latest research and outcomes. Know what resources are available such as online web resources such as Elsevier or Lippincott, to help manage a patient’s care. Reach out to peers as they may have valuable information that may assist in the management of the patient.

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TO: Students

FROM: Instructors

DATE: February 26, 2020


You will write a two-page, direct strategy informational report using memo format.

Your supervisor:

Richard Morrie, Office Manager


Your position:

office assistant (your.name@Techport.ca)

As an office assistant, you will prepare and respond to routine email, such as requests for information, claims, and adjustments. You will also write reports and other correspondence. You’ll communicate internally with your supervisor (Mr. Morrie) and externally with customers, suppliers, and various contractors.

Contact information:


10 Radcliffe Drive

Halifax, NS B3M 4K7

(902) 555-6664


About the company, Techport:

Techport is an online retailer that sells and services electronics such as computers, computer accessories, printers, tablets, cell phones, etc.

Techport sells products from reputable brands such as Apple, Samsung, Lenovo, Dell, and others.

Techport also provides client services, such as installation, repair, and tech support.

Who you are: the office assistant at Techport (refer to case scenario)

Who your reader is: Richard Morrie, office manager at Techport

Background information: Techport has been invited to participate in a “Lunch & Learn” session at the Halifax Central Library organized by the Atlantic Canada Entrepreneurs Organization. Richard Morrie will give a short talk on the topic of “Data Security for Small Businesses.” To help him prepare, he has asked you to create an informational report presenting the importance of data security, specific examples of cyber security threats, and potential solutions for small business owners.

Your task:

1.Find a minimum of three credible sources published within the past five years to gather information for your report. Credible sources include relevant national news media, trade journals and magazines, etc.

2.Write a full two-page (plus reference list), direct strategy informational memo report for Mr. Morrie. After your introduction, logically organize the body of the report to describe the significance of data security for small businesses, then identify and discuss three specific cyber security threats, and ways to prevent them. Conclude your report by summarizing your research, highlighting the most relevant information for your reader.

3.Revise your drafts to ensure your message follows the instructions given here, in your COMM class, and on the checklist.

Please correctly acknowledge all your sources using APA citation style.

Keep a list of your research and sources:

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Anth 130: it’s once of week. there will assignments (like discussion and etc) , quiz and exams (that are not online (i try lol) ) Also you have to study for the exam and quizzes. Also you have to keep up with the class i recommend to do everything before the date due. there is alot of reading to do.

Geog 130: there will be assignments, quizzes and exams. the some quizzes require to watch videos and the othere you have to read. also recommend to finish everything be fore date due

you Have to get An A or B- to the the money for both classes

for this week you need to do for:


7.5. Virtual Lab: Race and the Human Skull (Graded Assignment) is (due march 15 and it will open on march 8,2020)

geog 130:


there willl be lecture quiz and 7 language quiz

Week 7 Language Assignment Quiz

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