The assignment needs to be answered by filling out the boxes for the questions in the worksheet. The maximum amount of words for the worksheet is 750 words single spaced. I will provide readings and sources via messages. The transition framework that I chose is Technological Innovation Systems (TIS). The worksheet has specific questions pertaining to the framework that is assigned. I’ve also attached a point scheme on how this assignment will be graded. Please use the worksheet provided to answer the questions by inputting answers in the boxes. There is no specific style in word size or font, feel free to make the box larger if you have to just make sure it doesn’t not go over 750 words total.
Contextualize current environmental issues within a historical framework. As humans, we all have an impact on the environment. Consequently, we are all agents of change on earth, for better or for worse! The purpose of this paper is to provide a vehicle to reflect upon and document the degree to which you are connected to and affect, or can affect, the environment in a positive or negative manner. For the purposes of this assignment, “the environment” is broadly interpreted to refer to the natural world, and may range from the human microbiome to the global biosphere. In preparing your essay, you may find it helpful to ask yourself what is your personal “environmental impact,” and how does that impact go beyond strictly environmental issues and affect related processes such as the global economy, geopolitical processes, labor systems and human relationships? *****Having examined these issues, what would you like to change, either on an individual micro-level or a global macro-level, and how, specifically, should you go about it?******** Length: Essay should be no less than 2,500 words, or about 5 single-spaced pages, exclusive of end notes and bibliography. Generally, with 12-point font and one inch margins, a single spaced page is around 450 words. Sources: At a minimum, this paper must integrate at least five primary sources exclusive of assigned readings and two secondary sources. A primary source is one in which the author was a witness/participant/contemporary of the events they describe. A primary source provides “first-hand accounts of the events, practices, or conditions you are researching. In general, these are documents that were created by the witnesses or first recorders of these events at about the time they occurred, and include diaries, letters, reports, photographs, creative works, financial records, memos, and newspaper articles.” Citations: These must adhere to the Kate Turabian Manual for Writers, 8th edition. They must utilize endnotes with page numbers (unless drawn from the Internet), and the bibliography must be divided into primary and secondary sources.
I’ve attached a voice recording of the assignment structure on top of the written attached instructions. I will send the sources needed in a separate message for this assignment.
Outline a speech, giving it structure and arranging it according to a categorical or topical pattern. Provide a brief introduction that grabs our attention, states an evaluative thesis, and previews your main points. Offer a description of the example’s context (who, what, when, where, why). This would serve as the first main point of your speech. !!!Demonstrate why the example illustrated productive or unproductive civic discourse.!!! (This is the main point) This should include two or three distinct reasons and draw from course vocabulary. Conclude with a review of your main points and pull the material together by discussing the impact or implications of the discourse practices you observed in your text. Use supporting material as needed to help establish the context of the topic and introduce the participants, and possibly address the aftermath of the communication event you are discussing. You are required to develop a full-sentence outline in advance of the speech. The outline should also contain source citations and a properly formatted works cited. explain the meaning of your example and why it is appropriate for the assignment demonstrate a strong understanding of public discourse qualities provide structure to your speech Qualities of Unproductive Discourse: •Division •Dichotomous Thinking •Combativeness •Certainty •Lack of Listening •Winning •Distrust •Hierarchical Communication •Dogmatism Qualities of Productive Discourse: •Commonality •Deliberation •Inclusiveness •Provisionality •Listening •Learning •Lateral Communication •Imagination •Empowerment •Trust Outline: Introduction Attention-getter: Thesis statement: Preview statement: Transition: Relevant Context (Who, What, When, Where, Why) Supporting material with citations: Additional supporting material with citations if needed: Transition Restate your claim about the productive/unproductive civic discourse you are examining, including an internal preview of the qualities you will address. Quality #1: Example of Quality #1 Example of Quality #1 Explanation of the impact the communication practice has on civic discourse Transition: Quality #2: Example of Quality #2 Example of Quality #2 Explanation of the impact the communication practice has on civic discourse Transition: Quality #3 Example of Quality #3 Example of Quality #3 Explanation of the impact the communication practice has on civic discourse Transition: Conclusion Summary statement: Thesis statement: Decisive ending: On its own page following your outline, list your works cited in alphabetical order. Follow the MLA or APA style guides exactly and title the page accordingly
An essay finding if there is a correlation between the Dutch livestock industry’s production of cow dung and the country’s level of greenhouse emissions. Graphs are very welcome. Times new roman, pt. 12
Online test schedule for 09/22/22. You must have some familiarity with oceanography. These are 6 or 7 short answers with 85 minutes allotted time.