The course is Race & Ethnicity (part of sociology. Write a research proposal, any topic. Only sociology research journal articles are acceptable.
Control 03 :
There are many changes to where organizations store their data. We have cloud environments in addition to the traditional on premises data centers. Why is is critical to protect the organization’s data?
Control 11 :
Looking at current events, we know that natural disasters and other attacks against our organization’s data. Why is it important to be able to recover the organization’s data?
I want to put this in my Personal Statement.
Please include the following:
1. My parents influenced me and made me interested in economics
2. Reasons why I chose this book
3. What I learnt from this book (with elaboration)
4. I have the intention to apply what I have learnt in some activities
5. Anything else that you think is important
Thanks a lot!
Directions: Select one article from the course resources on fluency. As you read, look for evidence to support the questions below. After reading, write a one to two paragraph textually supported response for each question below using 12 point font. Use the Success Criteria to evaluate your work before submitting. Save the document to your computer as First Name, Last Name, Assignment 4.1. Then upload it to Canvas by the due date and time.
• What claim does the author make? How does she or he support the idea?
• What did you learn from this article that was not discussed in “Reading Fluently Does Not Mean Reading Fast” from the International Literacy Association?
• What can you take from the article to support either instructing or assessing your students on fluency?
Attached you will find the neccesary articles you will need, to complete this assignment
assignment, you will write about the theme of a poem. You will explain how words,
lines, and/or literary elements convey a specific theme in the poem. The thesis statement can
be stated in one of the following ways: a) theme of the poem OR b) theme of the poem plus
literary elements that help convey the theme. Place the thesis statement in the introduction and
make sure the thesis statement is relevant, specific, and debatable. The body paragraphs
should identify the parts of the poem that convey the theme. Use sufficient and relevant textual
evidence (quotes) and explain how the evidence supports the theme. Avoid using excessive
quotes with very little explanation. Use a logical organization pattern: most important to least
important point (or vice versa).
You can do a poem from this link: https://www.poetryfoundation.org
Avoid children’s poetry, unpublished poetry, or non-scholarly poetry (such as works by
Dr. Seuss, Shel Silverstein, and so on).
“At least 7 sources, no more than two of which can be Internet sources. If you are using an online version of a published journal, you do not have to count that as an Internet source.”
Using ONLY what you have learned from the assigned material, assess each crime scene. Identify two search patterns you would use and explain your selection. Identify two search patterns you would NOT use and explain your selection. Be sure to highlight what factors for each scene made you select those patterns (e.g. size of the scene, obstacles within the scene, whether the scene would make it easy to preform the pattern, environmental factors, etc.). Remember you will receive a low score if you pick an illogical pattern or give an illogical/incorrect explanation. NOTE: Some of the information given is useful for determining a search pattern and some information is not! Beware of developing tunnel vision!
Here is a list of the search patterns you can use and where you can find the information. Remember, you cannot use any other sources besides the Crime Scene Reading Module and the Crime Scene Investigation- Crime Scene Search Methods PDFActions . You can find tips on how to use the information in these two sources and apply them to the crime scenes in the FAQ for this lab. If you use anything besides the sources linked above, your submission will be treated as an un-submitted assignment.
Wheel (the Crime Scene Reading Module)
Spiral (the Crime Scene Reading Module and the Crime Scene Investigation- Crime Scene Search Methods PDF)
Strip/lane (the Crime Scene Reading Module and the Crime Scene Investigation- Crime Scene Search Methods PDF)
Grid (the Crime Scene Reading Module and the Crime Scene Investigation- Crime Scene Search Methods PDF)
Point to point (the Crime Scene Reading Module)
Zone (the Crime Scene Reading Module and the Crime Scene Investigation- Crime Scene Search Methods PDF)
Write your answers in full and complete sentences. You must put your answers in your own words. The use of outside sources (anything that isn’t listed in the the Crime Scene Reading Module and the Crime Scene Investigation- Crime Scene Search Methods PDFActions ) is not allowed. If you use anything besides the sources linked above, your submission will be treated as an un-submitted assignment. Keep in mind there are disagreements about the definitions/names of the different search patterns. If you give a name or a definition that isn’t used in the sources linked above, your submission will be treated as an un-submitted assignment.
the formative assessment should be 15 pages around 5000 words and I need it Thursday by midnight
Module 1: Discussion Forum
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Take the 40 question self-assessment survey in Chapter One of the course textbook and address the following items in your initial posting to this week’s Discussion forum:
Identify five items from the survey that caused you to have the strongest reactions or which prompted your most profound thinking, or challenged you the most when selecting an answer.
Describe in detail your thoughts concerning why these items were provocative, difficult, or presented challenges.
Then in your responses to other students, compare and discuss points of similarity and difference between their thoughts and experiences taking the self-assessment and yours.
Thesis:Although Native Speaker is detective fiction, it reveals key details about Henry Park’s life as a traumatized immigrant to readers. The purpose of this paper is to develop the concept of cultural traumas that the Asian American immigrants endure and pass from a generation to generation. It also outlines in depth Henry Park’s melancholic identification of his identity.
table of contents
3. Psychoanalytical reading of Henry Park
3.1 The Hybrid Spy
3.2 The Invisible Man
3.3 The Silent Husband