Please write me a nice proposal so I can continue the dissertation on it and also there is A5 poster I should make it on it , and try to find the companies that located in my country (QATAR) , if you have any question please don’t hesitate to ask me if you have any question.
1. Download the assignment file: PSY347Assignment3_DataAnalysisAndInterpretation.docxDownload PSY347Assignment3_DataAnalysisAndInterpretation.docx. Also download the data file: PSY347_Assignment3Data.csvDownload PSY347_Assignment3Data.csv .
2. For each of the three research questions in the assignment file:
Answer questions 1-5 to figure out which statistical test you need to use.
Watch the demonstration video for the statistical test you need to use (from the videos in 4.2 Statistics Review Part II: How to Run and Interpret Statistical Tests).
Apply the same steps to analyze the data in the PSY347_Assignment3Data.csv file.
Write a summary of your results. Include figures if necessary.
Add your last name at the beginning of the assignment file name (e.g., Loehr_PSY347Assignment3_DataAnalysisAndInterpretation.doc) and submit the document here.
Note that there will be two class Zoom meetings during which you can work on the assignment and the instructor for help if you get stuck. Note that each student should write their own summary of the results and create their own figures. It is only by attempting to write it yourself that you will find out if you truly understand what you’re doing or not!
Essay writing has been one of the key skills used by critical social commentators. It is the medium that offers you the opportunity to fully engage with and communicate your critical thinking on important social issues. Throughout history, skilled essayists have been among the most important agents of social change. They are able to combine literary skills with research skills to produce written texts that can create sufficient social and political ruptures to enable progressive social change. For example, the writings of Gore Vidal have influenced the peace movement, James Baldwin’s writing influenced the black civil right movement, Simone de Beauvoir influenced the women’s movement and so on. So, be inspired by the prospect of writing an essay, don’t be daunted by it.
Once you become skilled at essay writing it can become a means for you to find your ‘academic voice’ – a style of argument that both conforms to the conventions of academic practice but also has a unique quality that reflects your disposition, your life experiences and your particular way of seeing the world. The convention that you will follow will be to: cite evidence to support your arguments; provide citations and references to the literature from where that evidence comes; structure your essay with an introduction, main text body and conclusion (no abstract required); and, to identify and defend against the counter arguments and counter claims that are made in relation to your own arguments and claims.
Your voice comes through with the way you express your ideas. The more you stay away from citing too many long quotes and the less you paraphrase the work of others, the more space you will have to hone your skills and develop your own writing style.
For this assignment you will be given an essay title and a choice of four essay topics: Disability, Indigeneity, Mental Illness or Sexuality. The length of the assessment must not exceed 1200 words.
Text should be word-processed and follow APA style for layout.
Use Arial font and double spacing.
You must include a reference section at the end of the assessment. Referencing and citations should be in APA format.
The Russ College of Engineering and Technology of Ohio University announced in a press conference that it had found “rampant and flagrant plagiarism” in the theses of mechanical engineering graduate students. Faculty singled out for “ignoring their ethical responsibilities” included Jay Gunasekera, chair of the department. Gunasekera was prohibited from advising students. He filed a suit against Dennis Irwing, the dean of Russ College, for violating his due process rights. What does due process require in these circumstances? Why? [Gunasekera v. Irwin, 551 F.3d 461 (6th Cir. 2009)].
This is sort of lab report assignments with 10 questions. Question 1 answer below it. Question 2 answer below it . Involve Calculation as well questions 3 answer below it questions 4 answer below . Involve correlation I will provide data to the writer or if the writer can just put random datas that I provide for questions 2, 3, and 4 question 5 answer below it . questions 6 answer below it . questions 7 answer below it . questions 8 answer below . Involve statistics analysis I will provide dates to the writer question 9 answer below it . questions 10 answer below it. Statistics analysis I will send to write dates later this week,. Question 11, calculation involve I will send dates to write regarding to this question. Question 12 answer below it. I will send details to write regarding this question. However this assignment words count is 2000 words with references must be 2100 words. At the ends of the this assignment the references around 10 references or more.
Use your own words to explain the different concepts and arguments you reference from authors or other materials that you cite in support of your answers. Do not include direct quotes from readings! There is no need to reproduce the question at the top of the page or provide a formal introduction or conclusion—this will take up space you could use for your answer. Make sure to answer all parts of each question. The applications you make to the articles and/or additional information will be an important part of your grade, so make sure to prioritize accordingly, while not neglecting the first part of the questions. You do not need to include a reference list, but you should cite course materials referenced in your answers appropriately. For question 1, use the author’s last name to reference the article. Sources are included for the other supporting information. For question two, use the author’s last name to reference the article. 1.) You will need to read and refer to the following to answer question one. a) I WILL LINK ARTICLES IN THE FILES TAB “The Unentitled Kids: California’s New Generation of Star College Applicants”, by Teresa Wantanabe. The Los Angeles Times, Dec. 29, 2021 California’s unentitled generation of college applicants – Los Angeles Times.pdf; b) Supplemental information. Supplemental graphs and info.pdf How does Bourdieu’s theory of the forms of capital and social reproduction apply when considering the experiences and outcomes of people trying to earn a college degree? Briefly define and explain the different forms of capital, according to Bourdieu. Then describe, in your own words, his theory about how the different forms of capital can be exchanged for each other, why someone might want to do this, and possible outcomes. Then, explain how these ideas apply in the article above, and in explaining the outcomes around college completion and graduation presented in the supplemental information provided. You should aim to focus at least half of your answer on making specific and detailed connections between Bourdieu’s theory and the articles. 2.) I WILL LINK ARTICLE IN THE FILES TAB You will need to read and refer to this article about the California Reparations Task Force to respond to “Reparations Could Include Tuition, Housing Grants, California Task Force Says”. By Lil Kalish. Cal Matters, June 1, 2022. Reparations could include tuition, housing grants, California task force says What racial reparation.pdf What would Bonilla-Silva and Omi
Keenan (2015) writes, “Simply put, the American university does not hold its employees to professional ethical standards because it has not created a culture of ethical consciousness and accountability at the university, and this is in part both because of the nature of the contemporary university and because it does not believe that it needs ethics” (p. 4). For this activity, please write whether you agree or disagree with Keenan’s assertion and provide at least one example from your college or university experiences to support your posting. Follow the regular discussion board guidelines available on the course website.
Paper topic patient safety fall prevention
Your Experiential Learning Project (ELP) required you to become a change agent. You selected a problem that was professionally or personally important to you, researched the problem, and developed a plan of action that included strategies for success, stakeholders and resources by linking a QSEN competency. Now it is time to put it all together. You may use the information from your weeks 1-3 templates – but do not just copy and paste – synthesize all of your information.
For this assignment you will write a minimum of a 4-5 page paper (no more than 5 pages, not including the title page, abstract, or reference page) connecting all of your links. Your paper should be in strict APA format including citations and references, and an abstract is required for this paper. You may use first person, but limited use.
Your paper should include:
The frame of your problem. Remember to include your framing information!
A second solution to your problem (see explanation below).
An implementation and evaluation plan for your second solution including a discussion related to your stakeholders and resources.
An overall evaluation of your ELP.
Preceptor (mentor) experience.
The Second Solution:
The paper includes a discussion of a hypothetical second solution, implementation, and evaluation. (numbers 5 and 6 above). A good nurse always has a back-up plan – or what are your next steps now that you implemented your ELP. This is where your second solution comes into play. Also, are there stakeholders or resources that might be available if there were a different solution? Is there a short term solution and a long term solution? Do you need to adjust your plan due to time or money constraints?
This assessment is aligned with the course objectives.
Extend academic experience into areas of nursing practice interest, working with new ideas, issues, organizations, and individuals.
Demonstrate the ability to think and act critically and creatively about nursing practice issues.
Develop analytical and ethical leadership skills necessary to address and help solve these issues.
Utilize evidence-based research and demonstrate proficiency in written and communication skills.
Please look at all the attached documents to write the paper.
Minimum of eight (8) total references: one (1) reference from required course materials and seven (7) peer-reviewed references – you may use the ones from your templates in weeks 1-3. All references must be no older than five years (unless making a specific point using a seminal piece of information)
Peer-reviewed references include references from professional data bases such as PubMed or CINHAL applicable to population and practice area, along with evidence based clinical practice guidelines. Examples of unacceptable references are Wikipedia, UpToDate, Epocrates, Medscape, WebMD, hospital organizations, insurance recommendations,
Step 1. Examine all relevant information such as key stakeholders, characters/groups, setting and special circumstances. What are the decision issues presented in the case? Step 2. Identify the problem clearly and concisely and refer to any pertinent information found in Step 1. What facts are essential for understanding and dealing with the issues? Step 3. Analyze the case using multiple approaches (democratic, ethical, autocratic, etc.) Are there any theories that might be relevant to the decision issues? What alternatives are available to the principal decision makers? What are the advantages and disadvantages associated with each alternative? Step 4. Identify an overall resolution to the case study. Justify and predict the outcome. What course of action (long term—short term) will be taken?
This is a research paper that must include information from my research proposal, and use information from my annotated bibliography. I have already begun trying to write the paper but it needs a lot of work. I have separated them into categories that I think should exist but I am not married to them. The literature review is stated to be worth half of the paper so it must be solid. I need a great opening for the paper that really captures the audience so if you can create that, I would greatly appreciate it. Must be apa format.
This is what is stated that is needed for the lit review: Your literature review will survey scholarly
articles, books, and other sources relevant to your research question. The
review should enumerate, describe, summarize, objectively evaluate and
clarify this previous research. It should give a theoretical base for the
research and help you (the author) refine and revise your research
question, claims, and arguments. The literature review acknowledges the
work of previous researchers and assures the reader that your work has
been well conceived. You will be asked to include a reference list with a
minimum of 15 sources for your literature review.
This is what is stated needed for the research paper:
The central argument is sustained throughout the essay using succinct and precise language while maintaining a unified structure that is appropriate to the audience and subject.
The student demonstrates an ability to use transition signals to increase the reader’s comprehension of the central argument.
The paper addresses the complexity of the student’s arguments, and the student’s writing shows a high degree of attention to logic and reasoning of points. The student uses appropriate, relevant, and compelling content to illustrate mastery of the subject.
Their interpretation is insightful and persuasive and displays an extraordinary depth of thought.
Sentences are all clear, with excellent use of grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation.
The student is fully aware of their audience and writes in a clear and accessible style suited to the purpose.
The paper is compelling and holds the reader’s interest. The student’s introduction is compelling and focuses interest on the writer’s arguments. It provides appropriate context for the paper’s subject and arguments
The student’s thesis statement articulates a well-articulated, narrowly tailored, and specific position. The thesis also takes the complexities of the chosen topic into account by articulating the limits of their position.
The paper contains a clear roadmap that reflects the paper’s main arguments and structure.
Overall, the thesis statement captures the evidence and analysis presented throughout the paper. All paragraphs have relevant ideas, are supported with research and examples, and have smooth and clear transitions from one idea to the next.
The paper is thoroughly researched, with inferences drawn from peer-reviewed, relevant, and credible sources.
The research appropriately supports the student’s arguments.
The student analyzes and addresses competing views and nuances in their research, and develops a comprehensive synthesis of ideas.
Sources are exceptionally well-integrated
The student’s Conclusion and related outcomes are clear, logical, and reflect the student’s informed evaluation of the subject.
The student demonstrates mastery in summarizing their key arguments and thinking about the consequences or implications of their research or chosen subject.