Abuse of power in a corporate, government, religious, or other organizational environment

Use the Internet to look up three articles that refer to an instance of abuse of power in a corporate, government, religious, or other organizational environment (For example: Enron). Using the articles as a reference and the terms from this chapter, describe what you believe happened in this abuse situation. Discuss the role that leadership played in these abuses of power.

This is to be in narrative form. Bullet points should not to be used. The paper should be at least 2 pages in length, Times New Roman 12-pt font, double-spaced, 1 inch margins and utilizing at least one outside scholarly or professional source related to organizational behavior. This does not mean blogs or websites. This source should be a published article in a scholarly journal. This source should provide substance and not just be mentioned briefly to fulfill this criteria. The textbook should also be utilized. Do not use quotes. Do not insert excess line spacing. APA formatting and citation should be used.

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How several theories of the origins of slavery (economic, social, religious, and racial) actually work together

Describe how several theories of the origins of slavery (economic, social, religious, and racial) actually work together to explain the creation of the system of chattel slavery in English Colonies in the Caribbean and the mainland North America.

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In The Origins of Slavery and Origins and Consolidation, Betty Wood and Peter Kolchin, respectively, describe how several theories of the origins of slavery (economic, social, religious, and racial) actually work together to explain the creation of the system of chattel slavery in English Colonies in the Caribbean and the mainland North America. Using examples from both texts, describe how these forces (economic, social, religious, and others) worked together to give the English justifications for enslaving others and Africans in particular.

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Understanding of the cultural, political,
religious, and social climates of these centuries in Western Europe and the effects
of these climates on the visual arts.

Objective/Goal: 
Gain an understanding of the cultural, political,
religious, and social climates of these centuries in Western Europe and the effects
of these climates on the visual arts.


Materials:
 View and read from your textbook Chapter 17.
1.From the bullet topics listed below pick one.
2.Then define or explain in your own words your selection and provide an art work title and page number from the textbook for your selection. Do not copy answers from the text, internet or another student in your answer post. I will be using Turitin and that will be considered plagiarism
Choose only one:
• What were the characteristics of Mannerism?
• In what ways could some of Michelangelo’s later works be considered Mannerist?
• How did Giulio Romano subvert conventions of traditional classical architecture in the courtyard of the Palazzo del Te?
• Who was famously influenced by Andrea Palladio’s architectural theories and designs?
• What do scholars suggest as a possible interpretation of Titian’s Venus of Urbino (17.35)?



  1. • In what ways is Tintoretto’s The Last Supper (17.39) different from Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper (16.6)?

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Understanding of the cultural, political,religious, and social climates of these centuries in Western Europe

Choose only one:
• In what ways could Raphael’s School of Athens (16.24) be considered exemplary of High Renaissance painting?
• How did Vasari’s Lives of the Artists shape our modern view of the Italian Renaissance?
• How does the idealism of the High Renaissance relate to the naturalistic and classical aesthetic of the Early Renaissance?
• In what ways can the influences of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo be seen in the work of Raphael?
• Describe the controversy surrounding the cleaning and restoring of works of art.
• What criticism did Vasari make of Giorgione?
• How did Giorgione influence the Venetian artist Titian?
• How did Michelangelo counter claims about the authorship of the Pietà (16.12)?
• What artistic influences are present in Raphael’s St. Paul Preaching at Athens (16.26)?

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