Describe the methods in which European empires expanded their influence in Asia during the Early Modern Period. Provide examples of direct European colonial rule and indirect colonial rule in Asia. Answer the following questions in your essay: Why weren’t European colonial powers able to establish expansive settler-colonies as they did in the Americas in Asia? How did commercial, religious, and diplomatic networks shape the colonial encounter in Asia? –

How does the visionary component of change relate to servant leadership and world-changing outcomes? What examples of servant leadership and world-changing outcomes can you provide from your own professional background? Describe the methods in which European empires expanded their influence in Asia during the Early Modern Period. March 15, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice Describe the methods in which European empires expanded their influence in Asia during the Early Modern Period. Provide examples of direct European colonial rule and indirect colonial rule in Asia. Answer the following questions in your essay: Why weren't European colonial powers able to establish expansive settler-colonies as they did in the Americas in Asia? How did commercial, religious, and diplomatic networks shape the colonial encounter in Asia? For these short essays (3-4 pages each) students will utilize assigned primary sources from the previous unit and write an analysis of the documents explaining what historical information and arguments can be made by using these historical sources. Students will be given a prompt to answer for the short essay and can utilize their analysis of these same sources from their Primary Source Reading Responses. Students are expected to address issues of authorship, audience, and bias when discussing the primary source. All essays will be required to use Chicago Manual Style for citation Provide examples on how the social worker did or did not demonstrate interpersonal skills of active listening, attending to, and observing the client and picking up on any nonverbal communication. March 15, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice You’re going to watch a YouTube video on a starting and ending meeting with a client and you should provide examples on how the social worker did or did not demonstrate interpersonal skills of active listening, attending to, and observing the client and picking up on any nonverbal communication. Share your feedback on how the social worker did in beginning and ending the first meeting with the client. Think about how the social worker introduced themselves, their role, talked about confidentiality, etc.) Here’s the link to the video https://youtu.be/KASoUX2AnU4. Has Globalization helped those in extreme poverty? March 14, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice Elements of effect of colonization on DR and DR/Haitian relations. Has Globalization helped those in extreme poverty? Look at book When Helping Hurts as a way to express difference between development and relief. Explain the controversy over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam March 14, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice Hydro-politics: Explain the controversy over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) What health maintenance guidelines should be included for initial and follow up might be needed for follow-up assessments? March 14, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice What health maintenance guidelines should be included for initial and follow up might be needed for follow-up assessments? (i.e., bone density test, Gardasil vaccine, shingles, etc.)? What questions would you consider in your patient’s assessment? For example What is your patient’s living situation? Do they have stairs? Do they live by themselves? Do they have a working refrigerator? Create your own script for building a health history and use the Health History Template for guidance (consider the type of language you would use to help your patient be more comfortable). As you create your script, consider the difficult questions you want to include in your script. Assignment: (1- to 2-page reflection) In addition to your script for building a health history for this assignment, include a separate section called “Reflection” that includes the following: A brief summary of your experiences in developing and implementing your script during your health history. Explanations of what you might find difficult when asking these questions. What you found insightful and what would you say or do differently. Type out Questions/Answers for this while focusing on LGBTQ population. Whatever age range you choose think about what health maintenance items you’d consider for this “patient”. Also write a 1-2 page reflection. You can find further instructions in BB for Wk 2. Critically discuss the use of pre-pack (pre-packed) administration in the UK March 13, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice Critically discuss the use of pre-pack (pre-packed) administration in the UK Write a paper, no less than 1500 words, comparing and contrasting the social vulnerabilities that should be considered for emergency preparedness March 13, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice Write a paper, no less than 1500 words, comparing and contrasting the social vulnerabilities that should be considered for emergency preparedness and the structure of FEMA to adequately respond to those vulnerabilities. The paper is to be in APA format and does not include, your title, abstract or reference pages Discuss the ways in which Woolf’s writing engages with questions of materiality or spirituality. March 12, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice 1.Why, since life holds only so many hours, waste one of them on being lectured?’ (Woolf, ‘Why?’). How does Woolf’s writing respond to figures of authority and power? 2.Discuss the ways in which Woolf’s writing engages with questions of materiality and/or spirituality. 3.‘Nature, who has played so many queer tricks upon us’ (Woolf, Orlando). What significance does the natural world have in Woolf’s writing? 4.‘The terms ‘public’ and ‘private’ were useful to Woolf and are useful in reading her, as they speak to so many concerns which were foremost in her mind’ (Anna Snaith, Virginia Woolf: Public and Private Negotiations). Consider the ways in which Woolf’s writing engages with the public and private spheres. Was one more important than the other to her? 5.To what extent, and in what ways, does Woolf’s writing challenge conventions of genre? 6.‘It is precisely in her insistence on the sexual inflection of all questions of historical understanding and literary representation that Woolf is a feminist writer’ (Rachel 2Bowlby, Feminist Destinations). To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? 7.Discuss how Woolf’s writing relates to an important development in either the philosophical, political or scientific debates of her time. 8.‘I am rooted, but I flow’ (Woolf, The Waves). With reference to narrative style, discuss how Woolf explores the relationship between stasis and movement. 9.‘One of the important connections between Woolf’s fictional and nonfictional writing is her persistent interest in how people –real and imagined –have negotiated the conflict between what they want and whatis expected of them’ (Alex Zwerdling, Virginia Woolf and the Real World). In what ways does Woolf’s writing explore the relationship between individual desires and societal conventions. 10.Discuss how any twoof the following issues intersect in Woolf’s writing: race, class, sexuality, animality What “facts” did you find most interesting, provocative, or problematic? Why? March 11, 2021/in Uncategorized /by Eunice First, a review gives the reader a concise summary of the content. This includes a relevant description of the topic as well as its overall perspective, argument, or purpose. Second, and more importantly, a review offers a critical assessment of the content. This involves your reactions to the work under review: what strikes you as noteworthy, whether or not it was effective or persuasive, and how it enhanced your understanding of the issues at hand. Finally, in addition to analyzing the work, a review often suggests whether or not the audience would appreciate it (and why or why not). Your review should summarize the major themes of the documentary as viewed through the lens of leadership. Really good reviews, however, also make an argument; indeed, think of your review as commentary on the documentary, not merely a summary. This is an opportunity to enter into dialogue and discussion with the documentary. Finally, it is particularly impressive if you can draw upon and make connections to course material in your review. You can use any conventional citation style. As you write your review, consider the following: What are the main themes of the documentary? What “facts” did you find most interesting, provocative, or problematic? Why? What “analytic assertions” did you find most interesting, provocative, or problematic? Why? How does the documentary relate to leadership course content (and vice-versa)? What remains unclear after you watch the documentary? That is, what else should the documentary have addressed that is related to its major themes? What is your intellectual reaction to the work? What is your emotional reaction to the work? Would you recommend this documentary? Why? Why not?

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