You will write a 3-5 page applying skills learned from Modules 3-6 in order to describe the hypothetical methodology you would use to study your chosen research topic that you will need to complete your final research proposal. BOOK ISBN: 9781337551540 This assignment aligns with Module 3 Learning Objectives #4-5, Module 5 Learning Objective #3, and Module 6 Learning Objectives #1 and 3. Instructions You will write a short paper applying skills learned from Modules 3-6 in order to describe the hypothetical methodology you would use to study your chosen research topic that you will need to complete your final research proposal. Your Variable Assignment Paper should be 3-5 pages long, and it should include all of the following topics: Develop a hypothetical research design and methodology Identify key aspects of methods sections Target population Sampling desing/plan Anticipated number of cases Method of data collection Evidence of reliability/validity, or how you would address those concerns. Anything else that you feel is appropriate to defending your position Be as detailed and specific as possible throughout, and justify your decisions based on information covered thus far in the course. how to submit All of these assignments should be typed; double-spaced; with 12-point Times New Roman, Calibri, or Arial font; and with one-inch margins. Use a formal writing tone that reflects a thoughtful synthesis of the many principles covered in the course, and that exhibits a high level of professionalism. You need a strong thesis, clear organization, lucid points, a formal tone, conventional use of language, and formatting in the APA style. (You do not need to provide an abstract for this paper, though.)
Select an ecosystem in your area (desert).
Write a 525- to 700-word paper explaining the following:
1) Describe the structure of your ecosystem including important abiotic features and dominant plant and animal species.
2) Explain some functions/processes of your ecosystem including one nutrient cycle and one food chain.
3) Give two examples of species interactions (predation, competition, mutualism, etc.) that occur in your ecosystem.
4) Identify an invasive species in your ecosystem. Explain its effects on the ecosystem and efforts to control or eradicate it.
Assignment: Present an Evaluation Report. Instructions: In assignment 2, you developed new early childhood program for your local school. You are now tasked with reporting on the success of your program to the Board of Education. Write an in-depth report that you could submit to the Board of Education that explains how you will track your program’s progress. In your report to the Board of Education, explain how you will assess the use of: • Educational theory • Educational standards • Competencies of early childhood professionals and directors • Objectives, content, structure, activities, procedures, materials, equipment, and the facility • Methods used to document the children’s learning • Methods used to document your program’s success • Safety Measures • Parental Involvement Charts or graphs may be included to illustrate your data in a visual manner. Length: 8-10 pages, include 5 peer-reviewed journal articles Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards where appropriate.
I am looking forward to working with you! I am currently trying to write my second master thesis which builds upon the first (https://www.dropbox.com/s/hb8pv43i71gspg2/Thesis_Tjark-Gall.pdf?dl=0) but unfortunately do not have as much time as I would like to. Therefore, I hope that you can help me out a bit with the more theoretical part. While the first was quite quantitative and focusing on measuring aspects of injustice, this one attempts to look at the mental and material manifestations of spatial injustice in the particular case of Kampala, Uganda. However, the location is not relevant for the theoretical analysis. The meaning behind the title is that spatial injustice (the geographical differences of access, capabilities, rights, position in society, etc.) manifests itself on the one hand spatially/material. This can happen through different urban patterns, quality of housing, access to facilities, etc., while it can also be influenced by smaller scale characteristics. A typical example in sub-Saharan Africa is the fact, that many buildings (public and private) are secured with high walls and fences which results in an unjust selection of who can enter and who can’t. At the same time, it also contributes to the mental manifestation of injustice. E.g., people who do not belong to a particular societal group feel that they do not belong there, are not welcome, and are using a part of the public and open city, which is not made for them. A crucial element is space, the making thereof, its meaning for individuals, and its implications on the larger scale urban dynamics. Generally, the project will consist of four lenses which look at spatial injustice: 1) Theory (why I wrote you); 2) History (colonial by-products and remaining structural elements, again spatially and mentally); 3) Space (delving deeper in smaller and larger scale spatial differences); and 4) People (looking at the personal perception of individuals and how the built environment shapes their behaviour, sense of belonging, etc.. This just to give a quick introduction to the direction I am taking.
What I am looking forward to now is to have a good and theoretically-strong basis for the theory part, which is the reason I selected the Philosophy section. Main authors for references according to my current understanding would be Susan Fainstein, John Rawls, Amartya Sen, Martha Nussbaum, Arun Agrawal (The Making of Subjects), Foucault, Role pf space in generation of knowledge and articulation and implementation of power, Edward Soja (Seeking spatial justice, The spatiality of social life), Lefebvre, The Production of Space, Writings on cities, Harvey (Social justice and the city, consciousness and the urban experience, social justice, post modernity and the city, class relations, social justice, and the politics of difference, Justice, nature and the geography of difference), Sennet, Young, (Justice and the politics of difference), Bourdieu (Social space and symbolic power, the weight of the world). Bowman might be good for the link between Bourdieu’s more theoretical and Sen’s approach (Title: Sen and Bourdieu: Understanding inequality). Furtermore, Susan Parnell and Vanessa Watson (Co-production of knowledge) might be interesting in the context of the African continent. But as said before, there does not need to be a spatial reference in any sense. Here a starting point for the sources: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zlpn8ojqfqvn232/AABdu8mPAZ6c3A27AOl4Lq6Fa?dl=0
The main objective is to start with the meaning of justice and space, but not by solely describing it but delving into its meaning and implication for people, society, etc.. While topics like the different types of justice or Sen’s/Nussbaum’s capability approach are interesting and relevant, I have already sufficient information and can therefore be skipped or kept to a bare minimum.
A few of the main aspects I am thinking of now are the production of space and meaning thereof, the interrelation to power and emancipation of individuals, the broader non-spatial/mental aspect of justice and how different elements can influence people’s behaviour and well-being. But this is not inclusive and needs to be extended and accentuated with more in-depth categorisation.
I am looking forward to hearing from you and am always available for questions at tjark_gall (at) yahoo.de.
RESEARCH METHODS. Reception of flamenco outside Spain in terms of national identity, flamenco in film, as in Carlos Saura’s Carmen, Blood Weddingetc., and look at the work of a specific flamenco company. Analyse the comments as a form of audience research? There is also the issue of gender, which seems highly foregrounded in this dance form.Dance Research Journal has a brief article on researching the subject of flamenco which is available on JSTOR: Vol. 34, No. 1 (Summer, 2002), pp. 98-102, and there’s also an in-depth article on Saura, ‘Bringing Carmen Back to Spain: Antonio Gades’s Flamenco Dance in Carlos Saura’s Choreofilm’, Vol. 26, No. 2 (Jan 2009) : pp. 189-203. Theoretical Framework: This work maps out the main themes, theories, concepts and debates you are exploring and using in your project. It will define the critical framework you are using to make sense of the form, practice, industry or phenomenon under analysis. Therefore, you will need to consider carefully what concepts and which literature best suit your chosen topic. As the Theoretical Framework provides the intellectual foundation upon which your research project rests, it should outline the theories/readings used as basis for the proposed study and their relevance; summarise and critically assess the main points emphasized in the theories/readings and finally locate your own position vis a vis the theories/readings. Please us the file attached as the structure for this essay.
To choose a recent federal congressional law that has been proposed or passed and write a paper stating why you agree or disagree with that specific law (your thesis). In this paper you will need to explain the law, give arguments for and against the law, and provide evidence you gather from your individual research to back up these arguments, and in turn, your thesis. Specific Instructions: – Please follow these specific instructions when writing your paper. – – Choose a federal law that has been passed or proposed in the 114 th Congress (2015-2016), or 115 th Congress (2017-2018). o Current Examples of the 114 th Congress include but are not limited to: Defund Planned Parenthood Act Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act Pay Workers a Living Wage Act Reducing Gun Violence in our Neighborhoods Act Violence Against Women Veterans Act o Current Examples of the 115 th Congress include but are not limited to: The DREAM Act Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act Dismemberment Abortion Ban Act Act to Terminate the Environmental Protection Agency Presidential Conflicts of Interest Act – Outline of Paper – In addressing your topic, your paper should be organized into 5 primary sections. o Introduction (1 page) 1. Introduce the general topic and legislation of the paper – You should introduce the general topic of the paper and establish the importance and relevance of it. From that, introduce the legislation that addresses this general topic. 2. Thesis statement – State your opinion about whether you agree or disagree with this piece of legislation and provide 2 arguments as to why you hold the viewpoint that you do. 3. Overview of paper – Provide a brief summary of what the paper will address. For example, an outline would say something like, “first this paper will …, second this paper will…, and finally this paper will…” o Brief Explanation of Law (1 page) 2 1. Explain the purpose or intent of the legislation. What does the legislation do or what does it attempt to accomplish? In this section consider using quotes from the bill/law to help highlight what it does. 2. Explain what stage/step it is at currently in the legislative process? For example, has the bill been signed into law by the President, or is it currently being debated in a House subcommittee? 3. Identify the active institutional participants who support and reject the law. This section should be no more than 10 groups/individuals for those that support and oppose the legislation. o Argument Section (2 pages) 1. Thesis statement – restate the thesis that you provided in your introduction to remind the reader where you stand on this legislation. 2. Reasons/arguments – Substantiate this thesis with supporting arguments (at least two). Your aim is to convince the reader that your stance on the law is correct. Thus, it is not enough to simply make an argument; you must also provide concrete evidence to support that argument. The types of arguments that you use will depend on your topic. However, some general categories that you can use include: economic arguments, constitutional argument, ethical/moral arguments, etc. The types of evidence that you will use to prove your arguments correct can include quantitative data (statistics, scientific studies, etc.), and qualitative data (descriptive analysis, statements from trusted sources, documented eye witness accounts, etc.). o Counter-argument Section (1 ½ page) 1. Counter-argument – State the opposing viewpoint to your own. 2. Reason/argument – Explain and discuss the argument for this opposing view. What evidence do opponents use to support why they think their opinion is correct? 3. Rebuttal –Explain why you think that the counter-argument is incorrect. In order to successfully do this, evidence must be provided to show the counter-argument’s position is flawed. o Conclusion ( ½ page) 1. Briefly summarize what you have done in your paper, restating your thesis and why you think your position is most convincing. 2. Provide final thoughts and implications about this legislation making the paper feel complete. o Bibliography 1. Provide a full source citation for any source that you use in the paper. I expect at least 5 scholarly sources listed in alphabetical order. For more information on how to cite sources in the paper and in the bibliography, please see below. 3 Paper Specs o Length At least 6 full pages of substantive content, not including the title page or bibliography. There is a 10% point deduction for every omitted page. o Font 12 point, Times New Roman only. o Spacing Double spaced, 1 inch margins. For block quotes (more than 4 lines), they must be single spaced. o Grammar Points will be deducted for poor grammar and spelling. o Citing Sources You must cite at least 5 scholarly sources ; this can include the text book, journal articles, newspaper articles, scholarly text books, books, government documents, court cases, government official websites, interest groups websites, congressperson websites). Good sources and search engines to start your research: o Database on 111 th Congress – http://www.opencongress.org/ o Library of Congress – http://www.loc.gov/index.html o House of Representatives website – http://www.house.gov/ o The White House website – http://www.whitehouse.gov/ o Google Scholar – http://scholar.google.com/ Bad Sources – DO NOT USE o Wikipedia, Answers.com, etc. Please use MLA formatting in your paper. In paper o “Obama argues that the healthcare law provides millions of indigent individuals health insurance” (citation name, page #). In bibliography for internet source o Name of author. “Article Title.” Source Name . Date published. Date accessed. For more information, see http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/02/ o Ask for Help If you aren’t sure about something, be sure to ask me! Additionally, if you have any rough drafts or outlines you would like me to read, please have no hesitation in sending them to me. Finally, be sure to read through the “writing tips” and “sample paper” I have provided to you to help with your writing.
The exam will be about applying the concept to an application or case study. The case will be virgin. So, I want a fixed pages to be illustrate the case that fits all of the following concepts to be easier to us to memorize, then a page or couple for the 5 concepts. To confirm, the case will the same in the exam, but we don’t know what concept will come in the exam, so I want the a separate page for the case and every concept on other separate pages. I will send you the essential book of the course and the related articales.
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Using the book: – Chantal Mouffe, Agonistics: Thinking the World Politically (Verso, 2013) and the Documentary: Welcome to Leith Write a 9 page essay, double-spaced, answering the following questions: Could a “neighbours from hell” scenario such as that seen in the documentary Welcome to Leith be accommodated in principle by Mouffe’s agonistic model of democracy? In other words, assuming that technically everyone is playing the democratic game by the rules, must we, and if so to what point, tolerate the presence in our communities of people who preach hate and who do not believe in democracy?
Same page 2parts You will turn in a 2-3 minute (about 1-2 full paragraphs) elevator speech explaining what your program is designed to accomplish. You are explaining this to a non-technical person, so use terms that they can understand without using a computer terminology dictionary. If you have any questions, please let me know. We are now in the Definition and Design Phase of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). To receive full credit for this assignment you will need to turn in a document that defines and documents the program requirements. You can use this stage to present your pseudocode and/or your flowchart of how the program is designed to work. You will need to get this approved before moving onto the next stage.