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English

The essay should have five sources from at least three different forms of media.

The essay should have five sources from at least three different forms of media. 10 pages.
The Process of Writing
Introduction (1 page)
Background/Context (2 pages)
The Range of Viewpoints (2 pages)
Main Body of Evidence (4 pages)
Conclusion (1 page)

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Psychology

The u.s. has one of the highest violent crime rates in the world, especially for homicide and gun violence.

The U.S. has one of the highest violent crime rates in the world, especially for homicide and gun violence. But is the often heard assumption that mass shooters, serial killers, and other violent offenders are mentally ill accurate? In this essay, describe and explain the key concepts and theories of behavioral and cognitive psychology (Ch. 5). Then, discuss whether or not the individual focus and treatments of psychology can help address and prevent violent crimes in the U.S.
Book: Criminology: Theory, Research & Policy

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Sociology

In what ways, if any, did your perceptions of sex, gender and sexuality change?

Briefly share your reactions after reading and discussing the topic “Gender, Sex and Sexuality”. In what ways, if any, did your perceptions of sex, gender and sexuality change? How do you think the average Guyanese person views sex, gender and sexuality? What do you think will be their reaction to learning about this topic from the sociological perspective?
link to Gender, Sex and Sexuality

Chapter 12. Gender, Sex, and Sexuality

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Criminology

1) the juvenile must be 13 and under (no jesse pomeroy or joshua phillips)

Please locate a third juvenile. Cannot be a juvenile that we studied in class…no D. Owens who shot Kayla Rowland
1) The juvenile must be 13 and under (no Jesse Pomeroy or Joshua Phillips)
2) It must be a US case (no Mary Bell)
3) The juvenile must have killed another child (No Nathaniel Brazil)
Tell me the juvenile’s name…where it occurred…name and age of the victim

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English

Create an argument about how nature and/or nurture intersect in unexpected ways in our development and mental or physical health.

Create an argument about how nature and/or nurture intersect in unexpected ways in our development and mental or physical health.
Further questions to consider include:
How do these forces affect how we recognize and cope with our genetic as well as cultural histories and realities?
How do “nature and nurture” intersect in our expectations of what it means to be “normal”?
How do our understandings of “normal” change in different social, physical, and familial contexts?

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Sports and Athletics

Note that in most ethical situations there may be more than one

CASE STUDY #2 PROMPT:
You, Dr. Jones, are a Certified Mental Performance Consultant with a PhD in Sport Science from Florida State University. You are currently working at Ohio State University and have a joint appointment with the Kinesiology and Athletic Departments. You have been working with the OSU volleyball team since the beginning of their season and have become an important part of the team’s success. You have met with the team as a group, as well as individual athletes throughout the season. You have been invited to travel with the team to a game at Penn State University. The bus trip will take several hours and you anticipate you can use this time to meet with some of the athletes. It is late when you arrive at the hotel and everyone decides to check in and go directly to bed. As an early riser, you are up early to go for a run. As you are leaving your hotel room, you bump into an athlete leaving the coach’s room.
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Students should identify the ethical relevant issue(s) specifically and
with reference to the ethical principal from the AASP set of
principles. Students are required to identify the ethical standard
and number. (https://appliedsportpsych.org/about-the-association-for-applied-sport-psychology/ethics/ethics-code/ under GENERAL ETHICAL STANDARDS)
2. Students should then identify all possible courses of action, that is,
all possible ways they could respond. “Do nothing” is always an
option and should be considered.
3. Students should then identify the short and long term risks and
benefits of each course of action. Remember that this refers
foremost to risks and benefits to the client not the Sport Psychology Practitioner. This
essentially should address four items: short term risks, long term
risks, short term benefits, and long term benefits. This should be in a TABLE/Excel within the word document.
4. In the last step, the student must select a course of action and
justify his or her choice.
5. Note that in most ethical situations there may be more than one
ethical issue to be considered. Pay close attention to the case
studies – is there only ONE ethical issue?
6. Note also that there may be more than one ethical course of action.
You will need to justify the choice you make

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Forensic Science

Https://myresource.phoenix.edu/secure/resource/cjs215v4/cjs215_v4_wk4_crime_scen

https://myresource.phoenix.edu/secure/resource/CJS215v4/cjs215_v4_wk4_crime_scene_biological_evidence.docx

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Management

Here are some of the most common challenges managers face and how to overcome them: decreased performance levels being understaffed lack of communication poor teamwork pressure to perform absence of structure time management inadequate support skepticism difficult employees transition from coworker to manager weak workplace culture

Here are some of the most common challenges managers face and how to overcome them: Decreased performance levels Being understaffed Lack of communication Poor teamwork Pressure to perform Absence of structure Time management Inadequate support Skepticism Difficult employees Transition from coworker to manager Weak workplace culture

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English

Is america losing its superpower status to china?

Is America losing its Superpower status to China?
Could you write from the postition that China would take the lead. Also, I need an outline berofe 10/10/2022

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Education

Then try out the flashcards and click on the different game icons under the flashcards to see your questions/answers presented in different ways.

Technology for Reading In-Class Activity I would like you to explore some of my favorite sites/tools from the Reading Powerpoint. Your task is to visit the following sites and complete the tasks. You can also use these sites toward completion of the reading activity sheet due Thursday. Add the completed sheet to my dropbox for Reading. 1. Go to Starfall.com and try out the different levels of activities to gain a sense of how they go about teaching letter and word recognition. Identify the key design features used in the program for Phonics/Phonemic Awareness. Name the key features: 2. In the space below, copy and paste this text 3 times and modify it differently each time in ways that could aid a student who has trouble reading due to vision and/or ability to focus. You can modify by size, by spacing, and by color. 3. Go to www.studystack.com and create a free account. Create a 3 card study stack that addresses AT Legislation covered in class (enter the name of a piece of legislation and brief definition for each). Then try out the flashcards and click on the different game icons under the flashcards to see your questions/answers presented in different ways. When done, copy the URL for your flashcards (to be used later). 4. Go to https://newsela.com/ to see a children’s news site that has leveled news stories of current events. Join with your google account, then click on a news article and note the different levels it can be read at by clicking on the level choices on the right side of the screen. Great differentiation tool! What article did you use it on? 5. Go to http://levelitbooks.com/ and make note of the leveling app that you can acquire through their site. It is a $3.99 app so I won’t ask you to acquire it. But what it does is allow you to point your phone at the ISBN code for children’s books and receive an instant reading of the book’s reading level!! Exciting!! 6. Go to http://www.qrstuff.com and paste in your studystack URL address into the website/URL line. Then under the QR Code Preview, click on download QR code. You can open the document that you have the option of saving or opening to see the QR code for your studystack. Now all you need is a QR code reader to scan it and open it up. Go to your iPhone or iPad apps store and search for a QR scanner app (I got QR scanner at the Apple app store for free). Once you have that, just open it and point at the QR code to open your studystack on your phone or iPad. For students in a classroom, the iPad would be more functional for opening assignments like this. PASTE IN YOUR QR CODE HERE: 7a. Go to http://www.gutenberg.org/ to search for a free e-book. Click on the Book Search menu option and the on the top right enter the name of a classic book (e.g., Tom Sawyer). Choose one of the Download links that pop up and then choose the html version to open. Scroll down and highlight/copy a passage of 150 words or more. 7b. Now open http://www.readabilityformulas.com/free-readability-formula-tests.php and paste in the passage in the Paste Sample box. Under that box, click that you are human and then Check Text Readability. You will then get a list of readability ratings using common readability formulas used in the field of education. If you roll your cursor over the smaller letters under each tool, you will get an explanation of the formulas used and the readability grade level or lexile level. What book did you choose and what was its level according to the Flesh-Kincaid Grade Level??