Economic question

Here is an analogy: America’s current use of products made in overseas sweatshops is comparable to the American use of coal mined in Appalachia in the nineteenth century. Coal mining built American industry and made the economy strong; likewise sweatshops will build industry and economic stability in developing countries. How exactly are we to assess sweatshops? Are they good or bad for the host nations? Can we make sweeping judgments about them or should we approach sweatshops on a case by case basis? Include an actual example or a source to support your view.

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A restructuring

Imagine that you are an employee of a large organization about to go through a restructuring. Think about the following issues:

What information would you like?
From whom would you prefer to get this information? Why?
In what format would you prefer to get it: individually, in a group, other?
What would be the best source (media) for you to get this information—consider the range of media referred to in chapter 7, from low to high media richness? What would be the worst way of getting this information? Why? file attached for this question
As a manager of change, in the future, how might you use these insights in terms of forming a media communications strategy?

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“The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe”

In what sense–or senses– is C.S Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” Christian literature. That is, how would you classify the text’s incorporation of Christianity. Feel free to use technical classifications: for example, perhaps you think the text is best understood as being didactic; or as paraenetic; (a fancy philosophy term for a certain kind of moral exhortation) or again as protreptic; but you don’t have to. Just be clear as you can in identifying the specific channel through which the text’s Christianity manifests. Second, to what end is the text Christian? Does its Christian imagination have an identifiable purpose, argument, or message, either explicit or implicit? If so, what is it, and how does the author convey that
message? Conclude by reflecting on your personal reaction to the text. What did you learn
from the text, besides any specific message or argument? In what other ways did it affect you?

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The various types of abolitionists in the databases

  1. Research the various types of abolitionists in the databases and gain a base understanding.
  2. Write an introductory paragraph that contains an argumentative thesis statement on the difference between immediate and gradual abolitionists.
  3. Post your paragraph within the discussion box.

2nd part to discussion:

Please watch the following video and post your thoughts on what you viewed (250 words) (part 1) (part 2) (part 3)

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Mr. Johnson’s assessment

Samuel Johnson is a 62-year-old African-American male computer programmer. He has hypertension, CAD, hyperlipidemia, DM II, asthma and GERD. His surgical history includes cardiac stent placement, appendectomy and tonsillectomy. His family history is unknown as he was adopted. He is currently taking Metformin 500 mg PO bid, Glipizide 5 mg PO daily, Metoprolol 25 mg PO bid, Aspirin 81 mg PO daily, Enalapril 20 mg PO daily, Rosuvastatin 5 mg PO daily, Clopidogrel 75 mg PO daily, Amlodipine 5 mg PO daily, Albuterol 90 mcg 2 puffs INH prn, Omeprazole 20 mg PO daily, Multivitamin n/a mg PO daily and Vitamin D 5,000 u PO daily. He states that he is compliant with taking his medications and takes them all at the same time in the morning before breakfast. He has NKDA and pain is 0 on a 0 to 10 scale. His vital signs today are BP 158/88, HR 68, RR 16 and Temp 98.9 F. He has a BMI of 30. He has come to the office today for medication refills and to discuss his sadness and insomnia due to his experience with COVID-19.

What questions would you ask Mr. Johnson? Do you think he needs any changes to his medications? What other recommendations would you make for Mr. Johnson?

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