review Papers Each student will prepare four (4) typed reviews of 5-6 pages in length of weekly readings. These reviews, which identify and critique the key themes in a section’s readings, are intended to demonstrate that the readings have been read and understood. Reviews may be considered as policy or management briefings intended to convey the key elements and importance of the topic to readers who need to be informed effectively in a limited amount of text. They should be prepared to a standard of research papers and use proper systems of citation. The resources: SECTION 10 “MOTHER NATURE BATS LAST”: SUSTAINABILITY April 4 Sustainability Defined Carroll and Buchholtz, 15, “Sustainability and the Natural Environment” Senge, Peter M., et al, “The Future of Leadership,” chapter 27, The Necessary Revolution, Doubleday, 2009 “Corporate Sustainability: What Matters?” Environmental Leader, June 17, 2014 http://www.environmentalleader.com/2014/06/17/corporate-sustainability-what-matters/ Cave, Andrew, “Does Sustainability Mean Anything Anymore? Lessons from Pfizer, Alcoa and Alcatel-Lucent,” Forbes, June 30, 2014 http://www.forbes.com/sites/andrewcave/2014/06/30/does-sustainability-mean-anything-anymore-lessons-from-pfizer-alcoa-and-alcatel-lucent/ McDonough, William, and Michael Braungart, “The NEXT Industrial Revolution,” The Atlantic Monthly, October 1998 http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1998/10/the-next-industrial-revolution/304695/ Film: The Next Industrial Revolution (To be viewed independently outside class) April 6 Green + Green: Where Money and Nature Meet Gore, Al, and David Blood, “A Manifesto for Sustainable Capitalism: How Businesses Can Embrace Environmental, Social and Governance Metrics,” Wall Street Journal, December 14, 2011 https://www.genfound.org/media/pdf-wsj-manifesto-sustainable-capitalism-14-12-11.pdf Smith, Heather, “Climate change is the next market crash, says former Treasury secretary,” Grist, June 23, 2014 http://grist.org/climate-energy/climate-change-is-the-next-market-crash-says-former-treasury-secretary/ Woody, Todd, “The Carbon Time Bomb in Your Retirement Account,” The Atlantic, December 9, 2013 http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/12/the-carbon-time-bomb-in-your-retirement-account/282139/ Aldern, Clayton, “Some of the biggest banks are cutting how much they lend to coal companies,” Grist, October 6, 2015 http://grist.org/politics/some-of-the-biggest-banks-are-cutting-how-much-they-lend-to-coal-companies/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=daily-horizon Caldecott, Ben, “Avoiding Stranded Assets,” State of the World 2015: Confronting Hidden Threats to Sustainability, Worldwatch Institute, 2015 DiPerna, Paula, “Wall Street Wakes Up: Sustainable Investment and Finance Going Mainstream,” Environment, November/December 2015 http://www.environmentmagazine.org/Archives/Back%20Issues/2015/November-December%202015/wallst_full.html April 11 & 13 Instructor travel: No class April 18 Corporate Sustainability Reporting Carbon Disclosure Project, Environmental Working Group, Global Reporting Initiative, Investor Environmental Health Network
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. (This information should not exceed two pages.). DO NOT COPY AND PASTE FROM YOUR REFERENCES. Please supply a synthesis of what you have learned about the last stage of development (ego integrity vs despair). Please do not discuss the other developmental stages. Pretend that your instructor knows nothing about this stage of development and how it affects older adults – teach us! Please write in paragraph format rather than bullet points. List sources of information regarding Erikson’s theories that you used during your research. Be sure to follow APA format.
(for English writing assignment) Visual interpretive essay: Compare any two visual images, between which there is a connection in form or meaning. In a close analysis, describe the physical qualities of each image, including composition, human interest, angle, focus, dark vs. light, and content, such as facial expressions and other visual symbols. Using these traits, analyze how the images are the similar or different, and interpret their meaning in relation to each other. // Images that studied in class should not be used again, which were (American Gothic, by Gordon Parks) (Mourning picutre, by Edwin Romanzo Elmer) (American Gothic, by Grant Wood) // **please let me know the link of 2 visual images that were used/compared**
CREATE A OUTLINE.In one or two paragraphs(can be in bulleted form)outlining how you plan to approach the topic example:what will you put in the introduction?what parts will there be in your report body?how do you plan to conclude? Sources should be recent or from year2007-2017.Ensure the web sites used are either Canadian or American sites. Acceptable web sites include .edu, .org, .gov, .ca etc.-www.cmha.ca. One of my book resources is “The Depths:the evolutionary origins of the Depression epidemic”by Jonathan Rottenberg. it should be all reliable and credible resources.
Your assignment is to discuss two major health policies supported by a global health organization that has a significant impact on Pakistan. As you think about which policies to write about, think about what major health issues that are in Pakistan. Also, think about what health issues no longer affect Pakistan because of successful health policies. In order to receive full credit, this assignment should clearly discuss two major health policies and their impact on Pakistan
I need the theme to be. losing some one doesn only mean they died they could just be dead and out of your life. It needs to be backed up by 3 literary elements conflict setting and symbols. And you need to give a specific example with the page # to back up each element
First Find an article. The intent of this assignment is to impress on you the various related topics on health care laws, regulations, or court cases which appear in the current literature and news. You are strongly encouraged to access primary resources such as health care journals, Health Affairs is a good one. You may use secondary resources such as newspapers, (e.g., Indianapolis Star; New York Times; Wall Street Journal; etc.) and magazines (e.g., Business Week, Newsweek, Time, The New Yorker, etc.). No Wikipedia writings or Blogs. 1. What is the article about? (worth 5-0 points) Summarize the focus of the law article (do not rewrite the article). The summary should include all the critical points so that anyone reading your summary could know what the full article is about and not have to read the law article for themselves. 2. What law, or proposed law, or court action is the article discussing? (worth 5-0 points) 2a. Is the law, proposed law, or court action federal, state, or local action? 2b. If you read about a law / proposed law, is it a regulatory or allocative law or both? 3. What part(s) of the health care system will the law or court action affect? (hospitals, practitioners, businesses, clinics, etc). (worth 5-0 points) You should think about all the components of the health care system. The law or court case about which you read could relate to more than one component of the system. 4. Will the law, regulation, or court action improve or hamper the health care system? (worth 5-0 points) 5. How will the law, regulation, or court action improve or hamper the health care system? (This is a critical element of your journal report). (worth 5-0 points) You should critically think about the law or court case and then explain how the law or court case will improve the health care system or negatively impact the health care system. **Demonstrate critical thinking by explaining how the law or court action discussed in the article will change, enhance, hinder, cause barriers, or help the health care system. This explanation should be more than a statement like, “this court action will hurt the health care system.” If you make that statement, then I would expect you to explain how it will hurt the system and what part of the system (e.g., hospitals, clinics, physicians, pharmaceutical industry, medical transports, etc.). You should NOT focus on how the person is helped or hinder but how the health care system is helped or hindered. 6. What information is missing in the article? (worth 3-0 points) Describe what information could or should have been included by the author of the article in order to provide you, the reader, with additional information. (What information would have helped you better understand the proposed health policy, health law, regulation, or court order). This will take some critical thinking on your part. NOTE: You should focus on what is missing in the article, NOT what is missing in the law discussed or the court action taken, how the regulations work, or what the researcher did not do. Just focus on what is missing from the article itself that could have helped you better understand what the author was writing about (e.g., “It would have helped me understand the issue if the author had included more data about…., or more detail about the law, or how many cases this appellate court has ruled against the ……”). 7. What new information did you learn by reading this article? (worth 2-0 points) What in the article was new information to you and how did the article help you have a different perspective on the issue? You need to state more than the obvious. No points will be earned for a statement such as “all of this information was new to me.” Instead, acceptable statements could be, e.g., “I knew ….. but did not know….” “After reading this article, I have a better understanding about….” • Attach a copy of the journal article or news article. • Cover page with name, course number, title of Article read • Reference page; Follow APA format for the Reference page. • 1” margins; font size no smaller than 11 pt.; • Double spaced • Not more than 3 pages for the Report, not counting title page and reference page • Paginated
You need to choose a genetically modified organism or GMO (example Papaya). Describe how the GMO you choose was made. What is it for? What are its advantages and its drawbacks to the society or the environment? What is your opinion about it? Make sure you list all your sources. The paper should be in MLA format on Word Doc, 3 to 4 pages, double spaced and due one week before the end of the semester.
Select a television program that you know contains a social inequality or social class theme (e.g. racism, sexism, social class categories). Select one of the following options to deliver your assignment: Option 1 Write a 700- to 1,050-word analysis. Format your assignment according to appropriate course level APA guidelines.