The MOX and Seawall Projects

We have discussed two types of terminations that can take place with projects, natural and unnatural termination. Natural termination ends with ordinary closures where projects reach their termination dates with an actual completion in mind known as Termination by Extinction. Unnatural terminations end for numerous reasons. This assignment requires you to read two articles and to seek and use additional external sources to answer the questions below. The Mox Project (Links to an external site.) will probably end with an early termination. The Seawall Project (Links to an external site.) also involves an early termination. Both projects are terminating for similar reasons. Once you have read both articles, answer the following questions: With each article you have read, based upon what we have learned with the termination of projects, which type of termination would describe the above projects and why? Based upon the reasons which have caused these projects to reach the early termination level, create an action plan describing how the project can get back on track based upon the dilemmas each project has faced so far. Compare and contrast the problems, symptoms, and causes each project has faced. Be sure to cite additional external sources so that you are presenting facts (not just opinions) in your responses. Articles


Business Strategy

Assignment: Your assignment is as follows. Explore, in a short essay, your own thoughts, ideas, and insights on
the (ATTACHED) conceptual framework article (Differences Across Countries) in order to show your
understanding of and reflection upon the topic.NOTE: The paper MUST have a THESIS. You should develop
and support a thesis (“a proposition…put forward for consideration”). Thus, your thought paper should be
structured as an argument, and you should clearly articulate the key point of your argument (your thesis
statement) and provide supporting claims/evidence for it.
How to Think About the Assignment: Think about the assignment as follows. As you are reading the conceptual
frameworks, think about what we mean by the key elements of the frameworks. Consider the key takeaway,
whether the takeaway was surprising to you, and why it is important. Then think about what it might imply for
firms and industries, governments, and your prior work experiences or your future work context


Inequalities in the Modern World 2

Inequalities in the Modern World 2

Assignment Brief
As part of the formal assessment for the programme you are required to submit an Inequalities in the Modern World poster. Please refer to your Student Handbook for full details of the programme assessment scheme and general information on preparing and submitting assignments
. Learning Outcomes: After completing the module you should be able to:

  1. Explain the structural inequalities within society, specifically linked to education, health, and employment.
  2. Understand the paradoxes of the right-wing discourse of meritocracy and the consequences of these upon human wellbeing and inclusion.
  3. Analyse the effects of social inequality and injustice.
  4. Examine and evaluate a range of sources and sociological perspectives.
  5. Communicate sociological ideas confidently in a variety of formats as appropriate to a specified audience.
    Your assignment should include: a title page containing your student number, the module name, the submission deadline, and a word count; the appendices if relevant; and a reference list in Arden University (AU) Harvard format. You should address all the elements of the assignment task listed below. Please note that tutors will use the assessment criteria set out below in assessing your work.
    Maximum word count: 1,000 words
    (equivalent) Please note that exceeding the word count by over 10% will result in a reduction in grade by the same percentage that the word count is exceeded. You must not include your name in your submission because Arden University operates anonymous marking, which means that markers should not be aware of the identity of the student.
    However, please do not forget to include your STU number.

You will write a one to two page report on the project you participated in

You will need register on the website. After reviewing the various projects, you will choose one to participate in, and spend a minimum of four hours classifying or analyzing data. You will then write a short report on your experience.
Zooniverse is a citizen science web portal. It is home to some of the internet’s largest, most popular and most successful citizen science projects. The organization grew from the original Galaxy Zoo project and now hosts dozens of projects which allow volunteers to participate in crowdsourced scientific research.
Zooniverse projects require the active participation of human volunteers to complete research tasks. Projects have been drawn from disciplines including astronomy, ecology, cell biology, humanities, and climate science.
To date there are over two million participants working on 96 active projects.
You don’t need any specialized background, training, or expertise to participate in any Zooniverse projects. We make it easy for anyone to contribute to real academic research, on their own computer, at their own convenience.
You’ll be able to study authentic objects of interest gathered by researchers, like images of faraway galaxies, historical records and diaries, or videos of animals in their natural habitats. By answering simple questions about them, you’ll help contribute to our understanding of our world, our history, our Universe, and more.

On the upper right of the home page is a registration link. Either before or after you resister you can review the active projects by clicking the “projects” links on upper right of the home page. Choose a project that interests you. I would prefer you choose an astronomy related project but that is not necessary. My second choice would be a science related subject. If you do find a project that piques your interest that does not fit either subject, please select that one. I want you do something you find particularly interesting.
Once you click on project you will find background information as well as a short tutorial. Some projects will have some practice slides for you to check your skills. As you work through your classifications or data gathering most sites will insert a practice slide from time to time so you can evaluate the quality of your work. You can stop at any time by clicking on “done for the day” and pick up anytime.

You will write a one to two page report on the project you participated in. It is to include a general overview and your general impressions of the project, description of what you learned, and what, if anything, was of particular interest.

Provide a screen shot of your stats. A link to your stats can be found on your profile page.
You access your profile page by clicking the pulldown menu by your name


Word affair paper

What are net states?

How are these giant companies acting like governments? Give examples

Are they national or international companies? Why

They don’t sell products but they sell solutions. What is their self-interest? We have an illusion that we are getting something for free. Are we really? Give examples

What will be the government’s role in the long run?

What do you think about tech ambassadors?

What is social credit score (a Chinese method)? How is it different than the credit score in the United States? What is your opinion about it?

What kind of data can be collected through smart devices? Give examples.

Why did net states invest so heavily during the COVID-19 Pandemic?

What is the concern with facial recognition?

What do you think was the most interestiiqung part of this interview?

Global Cultures/Identities Essay Exam

This is a final take home essay exam, the requirement is choosing 4 topics out of a total of 6 and write at least one full page in length for each topic, so 4 short essays in total, approximately a page and a half for each topic chosen, 12pt font, double spaced, not so formal but some topics require to refer to specific readings taught in class, no bibliography needed, you can quote the readings and just mention the name of the author. I will attach the important readings brought up in the questions, the list of readings for each week is in the syllabus. Be sure to answer the question raised in each option you chose to write. Some background knowledge of me: I’m a Chinese international student who spent high school and college in the States and before that, I was in China, so not an American, that’s important to note in using personal examples. Be consistent in the narratives and stuff so that it doesn’t look like 4 different ppl are writiiqung for 4 different options.


Resistance to slavery in the Antebellum South

Q: How effective we’re African American slaves in resisting slavery and how did they respond to perceived
oppression in the Antebellum South ?
This is the first chapter in the dissertation and should focus on ‘everyday’ resistance in the Antebellum South
such as truancy, sabotage, feigning illness, stealing etc.
Pleas include 10 primary sources and 10 secondary sources from scholar as well established in the field. A few
of the primary sources should come from the African American Pamphlet Collection or WPA slaves narratives
found online (library of Congress), Frederick Douglas slave narrative etc


word essay using description as the chief method of development

word essay using description as the chief method of development. Use your own thoughts, observations, and/or experiences as the sources for this essay Purpose: to inform Method of Development: description Choose your own topic, but make sure that the topic allows you to be able to describe it. You can choose to describe a place, your favorite piece of clothing, an event, your cell phone, a friend, or something else totally different. If you have something in mind but you are unsure if it will work as a descriptive essay, please send me a message through the Messages link for assistance. In this essay assignment, description will be the dominant technique used to develop a distinct impression of your topic. Remember that description must appeal to the senses: taste, touch, sound, sight, smell. While you need not appeal to every sense in your essay, be sure to give the reader enough description so that he/she can be a part of your topic’s development. You may certainly use figurative language in your descriptions – simile, metaphor, personification, etc. In any case, be aware of your audience (your classmates) and your tone. Your choice of words may greatly influence your reader’s impression of your topic. Be careful to present your topic as you wouiquld like it to be interpreted.


ethics in law enforcement

Determine if the conduct engaged in by each of the officers in the below listed scenarios (links to videos
provided) in the scenario is ethical or unethical. Each of the officers involved the 3 scenarios have agreed to a
committee review of their action set and will abide by the committee’s findings.
Please follow the action steps that follow to guide the committee’s recommendation:
Determine the incident’s classification:
No misconduct
Misconduct but excusable
Minor misconduct
Intentional misconduct
Major misconduct (conduct unbecoming an officer)
Justify the classification. The designations are progressive in their level of malfeasance. Your rationale should be
well detailed and supported. Use the textbook and other credible outside research sources to support your
rationale. All components of the events and actions are to be examined and evaluated.
Make a recommendation regarding officer discipline or lack thereof and justify the punishment by explaining the
committee’s findings and their reasoning for recommending the discipline.
Use the below listed matrix below to assist in the assignment of consequence:
No misconduct — No punishment
Misconduct but excusable — May include a 1-year counseling letter in the officer’s personnel file. Retraining
may be required.
Minor misconduct — 1- to 5-year discipline letter in officer’s personnel file. 1- to 6-month suspension from
specialty assignment (SWAT, detectives, marine unit, honor guard, field training officer, etc.). Includes loss of
specialty pay for the assignment. Retraining may be required.
Intentional misconduct — Suspension for up to 30 days without pay. Reassignment from specialty unit (SWAT,
detectives, marine unit, honor guard, field training officer, etc.). Demotion from rank to former rank (i.e.,

corporal to officer, sergeant to officer, lieutenant to sergeant). Permanent discipline letter in officer’s personnel
file. Training mandated.
Major misconduct (conduct unbecoming an officer) — Suspension for up to 1 year unpaid. Last chance
agreement letter (states that any similar misconduct will result in immediate termination) or termination.
. Evaluate what type of corruption is presented in each of the incidents (noble cause, structural or affiliation
hypothesis, rotten apples/rotten barrels, and /or “slippery slope”). Recommend strategies to control this type of
corruption and also ways and means to prevent further instances. How could the agency avoid this behavior
(training, policy and procedure, greater supervision, support of “whistleblowers”)?
This essay should be 3–5 pages in length and use at least two credible outside research sources, including
academic journals, to support your view.
analysis of the incident, synthesis of course principles, and theories and support for the judgments
Scenario 1:
Scenario 2:
Scenario 3:


Critical essay

This essay of a minimum of 500 to a maximum of 700 words requires you to choose any one of the stories given
below. Review the list of stories to identify which one you’d like to write about:
• “Rules of the Game” by Amy Tan
You aren’t required to do any research for this essay.
Critical Essay Topics
Choose just one of the following topics:

  1. To what extent is the protagonist of the story you’ve chosen responsible for the conflict or predicament he or
    she faces?
  2. How does the antagonist in the story you’ve chosen contribute to the story’s overall meaning?
    Your essay should have three parts: an introductory paragraph, a body containing fully developed paragraphs,
    and a concluding paragraph. Following is a general guide for what to include in each section of your essay.
    In your introductory paragraph:
    • Provide the complete title of the story you’ve chosen and the author’s complete name.
    • Identify clearly your essay topic.
    • Include a strong thesis statement on your topic.
    • Forecast the main stages of your essay.
    In your analysis in the body of your essay:
    • Make effective use of topic sentences to identify the main ideas of your analysis.
    • Support your comments with evidence (paraphrase and direct quotations) from your chosen story.
    • Explain the significance of each piece of evidence you present.
    • Contribute to the reader’s understanding of the story as a whole.
    In your concluding paragraph:
    • Summarize how your analysis supports your thesis.
    • Restate your thesis in different word