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You will be writing chapters 4 & 5 in this research including making adjustments in chapter 3 based on what you made. No limited pages. but you must cover all instructions and talk about each part.

Here are the instructions you must follow if you are ready to do this work.
When you extend or change anything in this work. Please make sure you read all 9 items and remember them when you do your work or copy them and put that next to where you are working. If these rules are not followed, our work will not be accepted. As I’m sure you know, this work must be of high quality and the very best you are able to do.

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Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:
• Textbook: Chapter 14
• Lesson
• Minimum of 1 primary sources (artist statement)
• Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook – from critic)
Instructions
Although controversial art is not a topic exclusive to the 20th and 21st centuries, the distribution of information regarding controversial art has increased with the proliferation of media. Choose an example of a controversial work of art from the 20th or 21st centuries from any discipline of the humanities (music, literature, sculpture, film, television, etc.). Then, address the following:
• Identify the work and the medium.
• Based on your example, to what extent does this work of controversial art make a social contribution?
• What aesthetic value does the work have? How does it reflect the human condition? How does it relate to your life?
• Has this work ever been censored? If so, explain the circumstances.
• Are governments ever justified in censoring art? Why or why not?
• Examine some of the influences of this work of art.
• Argue whether or not this work should be considered art. Explain why using terms learned in this course.

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https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/timeline-same-sex-rights-in-canada-1.1147516

Key theme- Identification of key themes in your selected reading.
For example, are human rights truly universal or are they are western construct?

Reflection- After identifying key themes, you will examine the
author’s position on those issues. Do you agree or disagree with the author? Either way, please provide clear, and concise reasoning.

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Instructions:
READ the following chapters and answer the following questions using modified APA style

  1. CHAPTER 1
    Private Security and the Law, 5th Edition
    Author: Charles P. Nemeth
    Year: 2018
    ISBN 13: 978-1-138-73875-1
  2. CHAPTER 1, 10 AND APPENDIX 1
    A Companion to the United States Constitution and Its Amendments, 6th Ed.
    Author: John R. Vile
    Year: 2015
    ISBN 13: 978-1-4408-3327-4
  • Discuss the historical heritage and undergirding of a private security system when compared to a public policing model. Are these systems rooted in a similar or vastly different mission?
  • Secondly, why is it accurate to argue that the private sector system is not constitutionally based when compared to the public counterpart?
  • What are the legal and functional implications for these two systems- one grounded in public constitutionality- the other, namely the private system inapplicable to this legal analysis?

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Please read the following:
https://www.justice.gov/criminal-fraud/file/838416/download
After reading please discuss whether you think the steps outlined in the enforcement plan will help prevent
bribery and corruption. Also, please detail any further steps you would suggest the DOJ take.Please read the
following:
https://www.justice.gov/criminal-fraud/file/838416/download
After reading please discuss whether you think the steps outlined in the enforcement plan will help prevent
bribery and corruption. Also, please detail any further steps you would suggest the DOJ take.
and
Please read the following article:
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-cyber-ransom-idUSKBN17S1U6
After reading the article please discuss how governments and prosecutors should handle the problem of cyber
extortion.

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Locate two new academic articles from a professional, peer-reviewed journal related to education. These articles should involve descriptive or inferential statistics, should be two NEW articles (i.e., not articles that you used previously in this course), and should be at least ten pages in length. Be sure to completely answer all questions in each bullet point. There should be six sections per article response, addressing each numerical bullet below. Separate each section in your paper with a clear heading that allows your professor to know which bullet you are addressing in that section of your paper. The essay should be 2,250-2,500 words and should include proper citations for the two articles being reviewed. Make sure to reference the citations using the APA writing style for each article. Include a cover page and a reference page, which do not count towards the minimum word limit.

Summarize both professional, peer-reviewed articles by addressing the follow for each study. Repeat this sequence for each article.

What question/hypothesis was the researcher trying to answer or investigate?
What were the results?
How did the researcher present the results? What are the strengths and weaknesses in how the results were presented?
How was graphical formatting (tables, figures, graphs, etc.) used to present the results?
Explain how the researcher connected the results back to an evaluation of the hypotheses. Provide direct examples from the study.
Identify at least one area in the data where the results could have been interpreted differently. Explain your alternative interpretation.

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The purpose of the paper is to provide the reader with a synopsis of the policy’s or program’s history, purpose, goals, target population, and activities or elements; thus, you must include the following information in your paper:

a description or definition of the program or policy, including a brief discussion of the scope of the problem (e.g., statistics) that the policy or program is trying to address;
a discussion of the history of the program or policy, including why, where, and when it was created;
a discussion of the purpose(s) or goal(s) of the program or policy (i.e., what it is designed to accomplish, who or what it is targeting); and
a discussion of the elements of the program, including activities or actions designed to accomplish the program’s goals.
In addition, you should summarize empirical studies that have evaluated how effective the program or policy has been in achieving its goals. For each study, you may, but are not required to, include the following information:

a summary of the research question examined,
a summary of the population examined,
a summary of how the data were obtained (i.e., the type of information collected),
a summary of the findings as they relate to the thesis statement (e.g., evidence the author[s] found that supports it), and a brief discussion of any significant limitations to the findings.
All information contained in the paper must come from academic sources unless your instructor tells you otherwise. In addition, you should not rely on your own knowledge about the topic. Moreover, you must use a minimum of 10 academic sources when writing your paper. Your paper must be written in APA format and must include citations written in APA format. Failure to include citations constitutes plagiarism. Your paper must include a title page as well as a reference page. Points will be deducted from papers that do not meet the page requirement or that do not incorporate eight academic sources.

Structural Elements of the Capstone Research Report
Policy reports directly reflect the different roles that the policy analyst commonly plays, i.e. from researcher to advocate. The type of report that you are writing is one from the more action-oriented, advocacy end of the continuum (but that is nevertheless based purely on evidence and not your opinion). Although there is much variation even at this end of the scale, the most common elements of the policy brief are as follows:

Title of the Policy Report
Executive Summary
Context and Importance of the Problem (also called the ‘Introduction’)
Pre-existing Policies, Policy Options, and Research
Conclusion
Policy Recommendations
Reference Page

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Throughout the entire term, you will contribute three posts to the Discussion Boards available on Quercus,
building on the guidelines below. This assignment is aimed to demonstrate your reading comprehension and
your critical thinking abilities. The posts should be carefully written: clear, concise, without grammar or spelling
errors. They should demonstrate that you are thoroughly familiar with the article content. Choose one of the
scholarly readings assigned each week: (a) Identify three key ideas in the article One sentence for each key
idea (b) Identify a point where you disagree with author or see things differently. Explain why. One sentence for
disagreement One of two sentences for rationale (why do you disagree?) (c) If you were to meet the author
face-to-face, what would you ask them about the article you are analyzing? Explain why. One sentence for the
question you’d ask the author One sentence for the rationale (“explain why”) (d) Explain in one or two
sentences how / if the reading has changed your view of the topic.

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Drawing on both the articles by Walls/Walls and Austin, explain how they argue that our choices of how we live our lives form habits, which then create our character as either 1. authentic/virtuous or inauthentic/vicious. Specifically, both articles argue that Harry’s character is more excellent than Voldemort’s (even if Voldemort had won the war). Whose life do you view as a life well-lived? Clearly and carefully defend and explain your answer.

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Choose an article or blog post about a new trend or other interesting topic or development in marketing from one of the following sites or blogs. The article can cover topics such as; digital marketing, marketing analytics, branding, advertising, experiential marketing, strategy, marketing research, consumer insight, media buying, social media marketing, web design, search engine optimization (SEO) etc… Make sure the article you use for the assignment is about a specific marketing topic listed above and not about a career in marketing or how to work with a client or colleague or get a promotion etc..

  1. Write a one-page report (12-point font) on the article discussing the following points.

Your opinion and thoughts about the article.
A brief summary of the key points of the article.
How and why you think the ideas presented are interesting, applicable to marketing today.
Have you seen other examples of brands implementing the strategies or tactics discussed in the article?
How do you think the information in the article relates to what you’ve been learning in class?

  1. Create a PowerPoint presentation of the points in your report that you would share with your marketing colleagues as if you had a real job in marketing. Include images and screenshots or links. You will give the presentation in class on your assigned date. Below are some suggested sites to find marketing articles but you are not limited to these sites.
    (Links to an external site.)

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