online retail

topic: online retail

  • 5-6 pages in length
  • formatted according to MLA guidelines
  • MUST include parenthetical citations (not endnotes or footnotes)
  • MUST provide a Works Cited Page with AT LEAST 4 valid academic documented sources
  • the Works Cited Page MUST list ALL of the sources you quoted/references in the text of your paper
  • use simple language 
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Linking Theory To Practice Within Different Backgrounds

Linking Theory to Practice Within Different Backgrounds  Assignment Introduction  In this assignment, we will explore the developmental norms of your sample population from the Topic Selection and Rationale assignment. However, we will use a different sociocultural family than you presented in previous assignments. For example, if you previously looked at European American children involved in divorces, then you might look at Latino children involved in divorces for this assignment. Understanding how to approach sample populations in research is important because culture significantly impacts families in terms of values, communication strategies, and practices, so providers must be mindful of these differences.  Note: Remember to review the requirements for your final project before you begin each assignment. As you begin each assignment, consider how the research and thinking you do might contribute to your work in the final project.  Assignment Instructions  Conduct a brief review of national data for your selected population groups, again using the Statistics & Government Resources library guide linked in Resources. Refer to additional library guides linked in Resources as needed to aid you in your research. Synthesize the findings of research literature from the Capella library to describe normative behavior for your selected population by age, gender, and cultural group. Also, describe nonnormative behavior or development conflicts for your family sample group. Apply at least two family theories that align with or work well for your selected population group. (You are encouraged to choose different theories than those you applied in the previous assignment.) Describe your approach in working with this family system and address the following points in your discussion: •Distinguish between normative and nonnormative behavior for a family sample group. •Apply family theories that relate to a family sample group. •Describe potential ethical challenges of working with diverse family populations. •Examine the similarities and differences of working with population groups from different sociocultural backgrounds. •Compare and contrast similarities and differences for the population groups in the assignment for Unit 7 and the assignment for Unit 9. What are the unique opportunities and challenges of working with family clients from your selected cultural background? What ethical considerations must be addressed?  Â‹Assignment Objectives  Your assignment should fulfill the following objectives: 1.Synthesize research findings applicable to family studies. 2.Distinguish between normative and nonnormative behavior for a family sample group. 3.Apply family theories that relate to a sample population. 4.Describe ethical challenges and practices when working with diverse family populations. 5.Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions.  Additional Requirements  In addition to the requirements above, your assignment must include the following: •Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message. •Sources: At least two peer-reviewed articles. •Length: 3–5 pages. •Formatting: Current edition APA style and format. •Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 points.  Resources Linking Theory to Practice Within Different Backgrounds Scoring Guide. Statistics & Government Resources. Tests and Methods Searching. Analyze Results. Library Research Skills: Searching Effectively. APA Style and Format.

Title your Argumentative/Personal Responsibility essay. 

Student_______________

Instructor____________

English 1301 – _________

Date

Title your Argumentative/Personal Responsibility essay.

Write an argumentative essay of four full typed pages (double spaced) that answers an ethical question pertaining to one of these topics:

 

  • Does the government have a right to collect whatever information it wants, to use however it sees fit?
  • To what extent does the government have a right to collect information about its citizens?
  • What rights and responsibilities do Food companies have when it comes to labeling?
  • What responsibilities does Facebook have in monitoring their web pages?  Address safety and security concerns.

As always, the answer to the question–your thesis–should be defended with three topics.

Evaluation criteria follow:

Ethical Choices: Student thoroughly discusses at least two sides of an ethical choice to be made.

  • Decision Making: Student states a position on the issue based on at least three points and offers an opposing view and counterargument supported with database sources.
  • Consequences: Student identifies consequences and demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the scope, complexity, and/or magnitude of the consequences.
  • Evidence: Student includes a Works Cited page that lists at least three database sources. The body of the essay includes a total of at four citations from sources.

 

The essay should demonstrate the following ENGL 1301 outcomes:

  • College level spelling and punctuation skills
  • MLA format for margins, header, personal information, paragraph indention, double spacing
  • In-text citations
  • Works Cited page
  • Clearly stated thesis statement
  • Topic sentences that flows from thesis statement
  • Sentence variety
  • No egregious grammar mistakes

 

 

examine and evaluate

Since the beginning of the semester, this course has examined the experiences of international students in U.S. universities. To write this paper, you will examine and evaluate one of Rebekah Nathan’s major claims, based on her evidence, the evidence of assigned/subsidiary readings, and your own brief ethnographic observations and/or those of your peers.

 

To complete this assignment, you must follow these steps:

 

  • Review Nathan’s entire article “As Others See Us,” and choose one of the claims that she makes about one topic (see list under “Topics” below).

 

  • Conduct your own ethnographic observation on the Temple campus, focusing on the same topic. Detailed, typed notes are due in class (see Course Schedule).

 

  • Review other class materials on international students’ experiences, including both assigned/subsidiary readings and your classmates’ ethnographic observations/interviews.

 

  • Write a paper in which you:

 

  1. Briefly summarize Nathan’s article in your introduction, beginning with its major claim.
  2. Present a clear, focused thesis statement that evaluates the validity of one of Nathan’s claims.
  3. Prove your thesis by discussing Nathan’s evidence, the evidence of one or two other assigned/subsidiary readings on a similar topic, and your own ethnographic observations and/or those of your peers.

 

Topics

 

Choose one of the claims that Nathan makes about one of the following topics to discuss:

 

  • Teaching methods and classroom behavior in US universities

 

  • Social life and making friends on US university campuses

 

US-born college students’ ideas about other cultures, and how these affect the whole student community

Essay 4: Final Research Paper

English 1A

For your final research paper, you should choose one of the debatable topics voted on in class that relates to “Children at War,” and argue your position on the issue. You can incorporate ethos into your paper. (Remember, first-hand experience and knowledge can be valuable sources.) You should also try to incorporate logos through the use of facts, statistics, data and/or credible authority, and don’t forget that pathos (emotional evidence) is very persuasive as well, if used fairly and not as a sole means of persuasion. Your essay should not be a collection of quotes and paraphrases; it should be mostly your own voice, with sources to back up and prove your sub-claims. Some other elements to think about are:

*Avoiding fallacies: Make sure your sub-claims are logical, reasonable, and accurate.

*Addressing the opposition: One way to establish ethos is through acknowledgement and rebuttal of opposing points; to create a fair and balanced argument, you must refute the opposition’s main claim(s). You must incorporate a counterargument and rebuttal in your essay.

*Using different rhetorical patterns: Remember that academic arguments are often composed of different patterns; don’t be afraid to use definition, compare/contrast, cause/effect, narration, description, and any other mode that will help develop and prove your main claim.

*Evaluating your Sources: Use the CRAAP test to evaluate your sources for credibility and/or use library databases whenever possible.

*Citing your Sources: Make sure you use proper MLA citation throughout your paper to avoid plagiarism; introducing your sources with their credentials can also boost the validity of your argument. Your use of sources should be a mix of quotes and paraphrases. Keep in mind that ANYTHING that is not your original thought needs a citation! Your final draft will be submitted electronically and run through turnitin.com. I would strongly advise you to use a plagiarism checker before submitting your final draft (there are many free sites online).

*Structuring your Essay: Your introduction should include a hook, necessary background information and context for your topic, and should end with your main claim stated clearly and precisely. Your body paragraphs should begin with sub-claims and contain evidence from valid sources and to fully develop and prove your argument (as always!). Remember that the conclusion is often the part your readers remember: what do you want their final thought about your argument to be? In class, we will be looking at definition, causal, proposal, and evaluation arguments to help you decide which type of argument you will be making. The structure of your essay will vary, depending on the type of claim you are making.

*Properly formatting your Works-Cited Page: Use Purdue Owl!

Remember

  • Final draft must be 7-10 full pages in length, not including Works-Cited page (No title page!)
  • You must use a minimum of 6-8 sources and one must be an opposing source for your counterargument.
  • Total: 200 points

 

importance of communication

WK7 – : 250 words and a reference

DQ1- Discuss the importance of communication during organizational change. Describe two effective communication strategies for communicating change that are relevant to internal and external stakeholders.

DQ2- Describe the four skills ( listening, storytelling, upward selling, and toxic handling ) involved in effective communication described in the textbook. Discuss which skill you need to better develop, and how you will develop this skill to improve as a professional in your field.

WK8 – Due 11 December Instructions: 250 words and a reference

DQ1-Discuss the difference between the appearance of change and change that has been adopted into the organization’s culture. Describe the signs of sustainable change. What methods help sustain change?

DQ2-Discuss some of the unpredictable challenges that can occur when change is implemented. How can these affect sustainability? How can a manager prepare for these outcomes?

Evaluation Essay Peer Review Worksheet

Peer reviewed

Evaluation Essay Peer Review Worksheet

  1. What is this writer’s purpose? Does the writer achieve this purpose effectively?

The purpose is to examine a scholarly article which is about the analysis of postoperative sepsis in the United States.

Yes. The writer evaluates every aspects of the article and put it into a statistic, precise reality-related background to do the analysis. She analysis different parts of article and value the structure and data used, etc. It’s effective.

2. What is the writer’s thesis statement (judgment/evaluation)? Does the writer provide supporting reasons for the evaluation?

The article, -Postoperative sepsis in the United States-, is a scholarly article based on its numerical, mathematical data and different but all-coverage of perspectives.

Yes. Those reasons are delicately analyzed and they are around the concepts in the essay.

3. Is the criteria for the evaluation conveyed clearly in or near thesis? What is the criteria?

The criteria are the standard concepts for making a scholarly article. 1. The population mentioned is US population exclusively. 2.clear and evident examples in US related to postoperative sepsis. 3. Sample and data support. 4. Further topics related. (like medical, surgical, healthcare…

4. Does the writer familiarize you with/describe the subject being evaluated? Where would you like the writer to have

provided more information? This includes rhetorical and sensory details.

Yes. I become familiar with this topic after reading her essay.

In my opinion, there should be some quotes from the article to make the essay persuasive. The examples and data analysis is very impressive in the essay. So more quotes can make the essay even better.

5. Do paragraph topic sentences clarify what criteria is being examined? Specify.

The topic sentences are easy to find and very straightforward. The organization of the essay is clear so that each topic sentence clearly indicate what would be examined in the following paragraph.

6. Are the discussions connected to criteria interesting and insightful? Is the language vivid? Is there use of specific examples, details, quotes (if applicable) and imagery? Make suggestions. Be specific.

The language in the essay is neutral and straight. Again, I think put some quotes of the article can make the essay outstanding and have strong connected with the scholarly article that is being evaluated. No need for imagery. The words choice is vivd and meaningful.

7. Does the writer convey an alternative argument or means to improve what is being evaluated? How can these areas of discussion be improved on?

I think the answer is no. However, the writer can consider this aspect. But after reading her essay, I don’t think this article has any part that would risk it under unscholarly article category. But maybe there are. SO, an alternative argument can be added in the essay, or not.

8. Ensure the use of transitions. Because this essay is organized around criteria it is susceptible to choppiness and listing. Help the writer avoid this and maintain flow. Make suggestions on the essay itself.

There are various transition in her essay. Words like Besides, Lastly, What’s more… are very effective in making well-developed essay structure. The organization is clear and easy to follow. In my opinion, 1, the essay uses What’s more frequently, so the writer might consider change some of them to other words. 2. Other tradition can also be added. Like tradition sentences. ( apart from …..,…..) so the paragraph will be more tightly connected.

9. Compare essay’s introduction and conclusion. Is the argument and creative approach in the introduction consistent with the conclusion? If not, how could the writer revise for consistency?

Yes. The introduction make it clear that this essay is about to examine a article and use the structure and words, etc, to evaluate whether this is a scholarly article or not. The conclusion makes it clear that after carefully evaluate each part of the article, the data, the supportive example, the different aspect of postoperative sepsis… all things support the claim that this article is very scholarly. It’s consistency.

12. Make further suggestions. For example, does he/she have a hook? Is the conclusion a mere summary? Help the writer.

My suggestions are, 1, the writer can consider add some quotes into her essay to fulfill the essay even more. 2. The writer can consider some sentence transition too instead of words transition, to make smooth transition between each paragraph. 3. The writer may or may not consider make a new title to be specific and mind-holding.