Paper instructionsThis is to write a report in your own words(not copy pasting back from readings!)for given topic.Please male sure to cover all the reading so that you can undersrand the process of world heritages and peace building concepts. The case to analyze is Acient City on Syiria.For the files to check,pls cover the reading from copy and pasted web links and uploaded pdf files together! Please write it in the following ways_ Choose a case study relating to each topic. e.g Angkor Wat in Cambodia as a case study relevant to World Heritage Sites in Danger. (Acient city case is relevant to explain world heritage and peacebuilding) 2. A brief introduction of your case: inscription of the year, outstanding universal value and so on. (please explain why your case study was designated as the World Heritage Site) 3. Please analyse your case shedding light upon each topic. e.g. Why was Angkor Wat included in the World Heritage Sites in Danger? Were there any efforts of various stakeholders in order to rescue this site from the risk? How did UNESCO respond to their efforts? 4. Please critically think about your findings from your case: why is your case interesting and special compared to the other World Heritage Sites? …….. Links to cover! https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17567505.2016.1172781 https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/cities/2019/jul/15/how-war-shattered-aleppo-is-preserving-its-culture https://whc.unesco.org/en/activities/946/ https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/cities/2019/jul/15/how-war-shattered-aleppo-is-preserving-its-culture https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323995799_Rebuilding_Aleppo_Public_Engagement_in_Post-Conflict_Reconstruction https://whc.unesco.org/en/news/1176 The post World Heritage sites and Peace-building appeared first on Template.
Choose one of the essay topics below and write a four to five page essay on it, using the texts to support your argument. Be sure to have a thesis that you are proving about the text(s). Also be sure to follow the proper MLA format for quoting and citing texts. You need to be sure to quote the original Shakespearean language if you write about Othello. You can use the translation for The Canterbury Tales. 1) Take any two poem(s) from Renaissance Poetry and closely analyze (them). 2) Taking Aristotles definition of tragedy posted on Blackboard as your touchstone, discuss Othellos status as a tragic hero. You should need to use the sheet on tragedy provided to you to discuss how he is or isnt tragic. Feel free to focus on the concepts of hamartia, hubris, or some combination of these notions in crafting your answer. One could discuss how Othello is (or isnt) a tragic hero, how recognition and reversal are deployed by the play, or analyze the particular nature of the catharsis (if any) the play achieves in the audience. You will need to look closely at his character, his position in Venetian society, his love for Desdemona, and how his life ends. 3) Analyze the relationship between any of the tales we have read and its teller in The Canterbury Tales. You can also use The Pardoners Tale, which was in the original syllabus, but which we didnt post discussions about. You can discuss how the prologues to the tales give us insight to the tales, intentionally, or unintentionally, revealing the biases and beliefs of the teller. You will also want to look at the genre of the tale. Information on the genre is found in the learning module on The Canterbury Tales. 4) Paradise Lost, Moll Flanders, and the poetry we have read by Donne and Herbert all consider human beings relationship to God. Discuss what several texts show us about that relationship. 5) Discuss Iagos motivation. What drives him to do what he does? Why does he continually discuss his motivation in soliloquies? Samuel Taylor Coleridge once said that in Iagos soliloquies we see the motive hunting of motiveless malignity. Is he right? You will want to review the lecture on Rene Girard in the learning module. 6) Examine the role of female characters in our readings. Consider them both in terms of their individual natures and personalities and in light of their societys expectations for women. You might want compare the Wife of Bath and Desdemona. Or look at the similarities between Alisoun in The Millers Tale and Moll in Moll Flanders. The post Early British Literature appeared first on Template.
How have scholars and specialists in the toxicology and medical field argued/debated the effects of stimulants such as caffeine, nicotine, and Adderall on work productivity including fatigue and focus? For this portfolio, you will learn to represent the specialist discussions through a kind of essay called a literature review. A scholarly literature review (a common genre for synthesizing and presenting scholarly discussions, one you’ll likely encounter throughout your academic career) differs from a book or movie review and from the argument papers and literary analyses you may be more familiar with from high school: • While a movie review typically conveys a judgment (“This film was well done; everyone should see it”), a literature review describes more than judges. In the literature review, you are a tour guide who walks readers through research on and schools of thought about your question. • Though you may start to situate yourself within the discussions and schools of thought about your question, a literature review’s primary goal isn’t to end the discussion with a decisive argument but to show how and why discussion about this question continues, what further research or action might now be needed. • The texts you’ll discuss won’t be essays, novels, or poems but instead the scholarly literature on your question—though it can be illuminating to consider the different specialists as characters and debates and developments as a kind of drama! The final product should be typed, doubled-spaced, in Times New Roman size 12 font, in proper APA format, and 4-6 pages in length. Please use ‘Literature Review’ as the running header and let your research question stand as the title on the title page. The post How have scholars and specialists in the toxicology and medical field argued/debated the effects of stimulants such as caffeine, nicotine, and Adderall on work productivity including fatigue and focus?Explain appeared first on Essay Quoll.
Case Study: The Ritz-Carlton The Ritz-Carlton is an outstanding hotel providing luxury service to its guests. In contrast with the standard goals of typical business hotels—to provide a home away from home—the Ritz-Carlton decided to take it a step further and provide luxury accommodation to industry executives, meeting and corporate travel planners, and other affluent travelers. The chain is based in Chevy Chase, Maryland, and runs 91 luxury hotels that pursue excellence in each market. The hotel company was awarded the U.S. government’s Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. The award praised Ritz-Carlton for its participatory leadership, thorough information gathering, coordinated planning and execution, and trained workforce that was ready “to move heaven and earth” to satisfy its customers. Thinking about control, what types of control mechanisms did Ritz-Carlton need to achieve excellence? Ritz-Carlton’s corporate motto is “We are Ladies and Gentlemen serving Ladies and Gentlemen.” All employees are expected to practice the company’s “Gold Standards.” These standards are made up of a service credo and the basics of premium service, including processes for solving any problem guests may have. The difference between this luxury chain and other hotel companies is that its employees are “certified” after the common basic orientation followed by an on-the-job training. This certification to work for Ritz-Carlton is reinforced daily by frequent recognition for achievement, performance appraisal, and daily “lineups.” Annual surveys are given to make sure the employees know the quality standards the hotel company expects of them as well as to determine their level of satisfaction with the company. One year, 96 percent of the employees surveyed ranked excellence in guest services as their primary duty. Employees are empowered by the company to do whatever it takes to solve any sort of problem a guest may encounter. Employees are required to assist their coworkers in dealing with a guest satisfaction issue, leaving no room for any excuse as to why a customer problem was not solved on the spot. In this way, the guest is truly treated as a king; guest satisfaction comes first—always. How does the Ritz-Carlton foster a high level of employee commitment and ensure a high quality of guest service? The post How does the Ritz-Carlton foster a high level of employee commitment and ensure a high quality of guest service?Discus appeared first on Essay Quoll.
1. Create or develop your own SME. Why is it interesting? What product does your company have to offer? What services does your company offer? 2. How did you identify that there is need for a new product or service? How did you identify a business opportunity/gap? How did you capture this opportunity? 3. Will the business idea help local communities (social entrepreneurship etc), if yes, how? 4. Is your business idea part of a start up or a family firm? If it is a startup, then you will face scarcity of resources issue. How do you plan to overcome this challenge? Will you use network, etc? 5. How will you fund your firm or business idea? Will you use angel investors? Venture capital? Crowd funding? Which platforms? (refer to lecture slides for examples). 6. How will you protect intellectually the business idea? 7. How will you expand your business idea in foreign markets (will you have to change the product or service there-transformation part). Which market will you enter? Who are your main competitors? Which entry mode will you use (Upsalla model, contractual etc) ? What is your market segment (young people, socio-economic characteristics (income etc). how will you promote or advertise your business idea? 8. Include graphs, tables and statistics 9. Cite your report properly and add reference list at the end. The post Create or develop your own SME. Why is it interesting? What product does your company have to offer? What services does your company offer?Describe appeared first on Essay Quoll.
On Legal Liability and the Vancouver Luge This article indicates that the family of the young Georgian luge racer who was tragically killed during a practice run at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada has indicated that it is not interested in filing a lawsuit regarding the accident. This article addresses the “What If?” scenario of legal liability regarding the mishap. More particularly, if the family and/or estate of Nodar Kumaritashvili did decide to file a lawsuit, would the plaintiff(s) have a legitimate cause of action? Legal experts say that any potential lawsuit against the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Luge Federation, the designers of the Whistler luge track or anyone else would face significant challenges. All athletes involved in the Olympics must sign a legal liability waiver with the IOC, which says that they participate at their own risk. Furthermore, says Doriane Coleman, a professor at Duke Law School, the law in Canada, the United States and many other nations provides that people participating in potentially dangerous sports “assume” the risks inherent in them, and therefore are often barred from suing when they are injured. As the article indicates, however, the assumption of the risk argument could be potentially rebutted if Kumaritashvili’s family and/or the representatives from his estate can demonstrate that the track designers or others were grossly negligent or extremely reckless. Geoffrey Rapp, a law professor at the University of Toledo and sports law expert, says that Kumaritashvili’s case might be helped by establishing that the authorities in Vancouver either knew or should have known about potential problems with the track, but failed to make it safer. “Assumption of risk sets up a high bar, but not an insurmountable one,” says Rapp. “We assume normal risks, but not abnormal risks,” adds Coleman. “If, for instance, it’s completely abnormal for the track’s wall to be below a certain height at the point of impact or if track designers always design walls so the riders cannot flip over them, then you might be able to argue that flipping over a wall and crashing into a beam is simply not a risk inherent in the activity of luging.” That authorities made changes to the track after the accident might seem to indicate an acknowledgment of fault. But Ryan Rodenberg, a lawyer who teaches sports law at Indiana University, says that for public policy reasons, such evidence would likely not be admissible in court as proof of such acknowledgment. “You don’t want people shying away from corrections or improvements because they fear they’ll be used against them in court,” said Rodenberg. Discussion Questions 1.In your reasoned opinion, does the information presented in the article (or from any other source youchoose to reference) demonstrate negligence on the part of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), theInternational Luge Federation, and/or the designers of the Whistler luge track? Why or why not? 2.In your reasoned opinion, did Nodar Kumaritashvili “assume the risk” by participating in the luge event? 3.As the article indicates, Olympic authorities made changes to the track after the accident occurred(essentially, they modified the ice track and constructed a wall on the turn where the accident occurred). In the event of litigation, should a court admit into evidence post-accident repairs/modifications? Why or why not? The post In your reasoned opinion, did Nodar Kumaritashvili “assume the risk” by participating in the luge event?Discuss appeared first on Essay Quoll.
Comparing the rhetoric surrounding the newest social media platform or a widely discussed update to an app vs. how users actually feel about the new platform or app update •Rhetorically analyzing how internet content, such as a meme,social media account,video, or website, can perpetuate or challenge representations of race, gender, and/or other aspects of identity •Examining the rhetorical appeals of the visual and textual elements of a website or social media platform •Creating a hypertextual or digital narrative and analyzing how this method relates to other storytelling mediums The post Rhetorically analyze how internet content, such as a meme,social media account,video, or website, can perpetuate or challenge representations of race, gender, and/or other aspects of identity appeared first on Essay Quoll.
Write your own statistical analysis paper on a topic of your choice following the outline below. D. Presentation of the papers: The project is to write three separate academic papers. You need to do the following: • Do all the calculations, tables and graphs. If you are doing the graph by hand, you need to use graph paper, a ruler, labeling all parts of the graph explicitly. • Answer/respond all questions in essay form. at least one paragraph, in complete sentences. The more details you give, the more complete your answer/response. ◦ Explain in detail all your findings. ◦ Type the paper double space. Handwritten papers will not be accepted. ◦ Apply APA or MLA standards for writing and citation of sources. Find a statistical analysis article dealing with your chosen topic. Ideally, you should select a statistical analysis article of a topic you are really interested in. • Read and statistically analyze the article. This assignment demands and requires a lot of reading and analysis, so you have to enjoy the topic to be willing to do all that work. Otherwise, the assignment will be very difficult for you. • Respond to the article. The bottom line is that you need to critically analyze and respond to the study’s reported content and results. • Become very familiar with the grading rubric before you start writing your topic paper. The rubric is attached. It shows you how the paper will be evaluated. The rubric for your topic paper in on pages 3 and 4 of the attachment: Inquiry and Problem Solving. GRADING_RUBRIC_pgs.3and4.pdfOpens externally [+] • Consider the following items and respond in essay form, in paragraph form , in complete sentences: ◦ Why did you select this topic? ◦ Identify the goal of the study. ◦ Identify the population. ◦ Identify the type of study. ◦ Explain who conducted the study. ◦ Explain who funded the study. ◦ Explain what is a biased sample. ◦ Discuss the sample in the study. Explain whether or not there is bias in the sample created for the study. Create a sample for the study if a sample was not used. ◦ Define the variable(s) in the study. ◦ Explain how the variable(s) are measured. ◦ Explain the graphs in the article. If the article does not have graphs, create at least one for it. ◦ What are the confounding variables present in the study. ◦ Explain why the results are presented fairly/unfairly. ◦ Explain the study’s conclusion. Explain why the conclusion make sense/does not make sense to you. Explain why the results have practical significance. ◦ What did you know about the variable(s) investigated in the study before you read the article? ◦ What surprised you the most? ◦ What surprised you the least? The post Find a statistical analysis article dealing with your chosen topic. Ideally, select a statistical analysis article of a topic you are really interested in.Critically analyze and respond to the study’s reported content and results. appeared first on Essay Quoll.
Since its inception in the early 1950s, the LGBT rights movement has been divided over its approach to political, social, and cultural change. On the one hand, assimilations have typically embraced a rights-based perspective, working within the system to achieve incremental reforms. On the other hand, liberationists have favored more radical, cultural change from outside mainstream political channels. Your task is to evaluate the effectiveness of these two approaches in light of existing strategies. What are the strengths and limitations of LGBT activism? Can significant social change be accomplished by working inside the system? Is it possible to link the LGBT rights movement to a broader coalition for social, political, and economic change, one that is sensitive to issues of gender, race, and class? What are the obstacles in doing so? Based on the findings of your analysis, what, if any, changes need to be made to existing approaches? What are some possible ways forward? What might such changes look like in practice? In developing your argument, things you should remember: • The purpose of this assignment is twofold, namely to (1) demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of core ideas, arguments, and concepts from the course, with a particular emphasis on the assigned readings, documentaries, and lecture; and (2) critically evaluate existing strategies in a meaningful, thoughtful, and innovative way. • Because this paper counts as a final examination, you are expected to incorporate material (i.e. ideas, theories, arguments, and concepts) discussed throughout the semester, beginning with the very first day of class and ending with the last. • In order to effectively complete this assignment you must: o Clearly state your argument o Develop strong textual evidence to support your position o Meaningfully engage with various authors, ideas, and insights. Thus your paper will be assessed not only on the clarity/persuasiveness of your argument, but on the originality of your ideas and the overall quality of your critique/evaluation Essay Requirements • The essay should be a minimum of 5 pages double-spaced. • You may consult outside sources. However, your main focus should be on course materials. • Any sources cited in the paper should be included in a works cited. • You may use MLA or APA format, however, be consistent throughout. The post Is it possible to link the LGBT rights movement to a broader coalition for social, political, and economic change, one that is sensitive to issues of gender, race, and class?Discuss appeared first on Essay Quoll.
Whoever writes this paper… choose a movie you’d enjoy writing about to make your life a little easier. Thanks! In your paper, do not summarize the plot. It should not look like the Viewer Guides. Please focus on the music. Here are some possible approaches: A narrative approach allows you to talk about the film as it unfolds and analyze the music as it appears in the film. This is the easiest approach and also the least interesting. Still, a good paper that focuses on music can achieve an A grade. You can choose some of the basic qualities of film music (see Chapter 4) and treat one or more separately. This places the emphasis on music more than in the narrative approach. Taking a point of view is the most challenging, thoughtful approach. It is especially recommended as a practice for those going to graduate schools. Decide on a point of view about the music in the film and support your view in a logical manner that does not depend on the narrative or the mechanical listing of musical characteristics. Possible subjects: the role of source music in a film; how does music reflects changes in a character or situation; how does music supports the theme or message of a film. The post Discuss the role of music in a single film. You can choose any film that you like, even if it is discussed in the text. You are not limited to Hollywood films, as international films are acceptable. appeared first on Template.