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Overall what is the book t

Identify the thesis and main points. Describe the purpose of the book. Note any important evidence within the book. Is the books argument convincing? How does it relate to American Government/American Politics? Overall what is the book t

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End your initial response with a follow-up question for your classmates to address in further the discussion.

Part I. Explain how a reduction in lead time can help a supply chain reduce its inventory buffer without hurting customer service. Please provide an example to support your research.
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Animal therapy seems to be effective for older adults.

Please write a research paper on: Pet Therapy Effects On Older Adults with Mental Health Issues and Depression.

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<br />There has been an increase in pet ownership and animal assisted therapy all over the world. In human-animal interaction science, researchers investigate how relationships with animals can affect health and well-being. Animal therapy seems to be effective for older adults. This research review aims to summarize and evaluate existing research on pet ownership and the therapeutic use of animals by older adults, as well as identify potential benefits and risks.

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A. Read the case ; Honesty Testing at Carter Cleaning Co. and answer questions 6-21,6-22,6-23.
B. Watch the video and answer the following related questions:
What is the Apple philosophy towards selecting people to work on teams?
When starting a new product design, rather than begin with reviewing the best practices of others, Apple teams ….
Overall what personal characteristics in applicants does Apple look for in applicants?
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<for up to 9 points of extra credit, provide further detailed information about your species related to the following bullets.

You will need to select a species that you are interested in and complete a 1 page summary that includes:
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1. What habitats is this species found in. Be specific and descriptive. I am not looking for their “range”, I am looking for information on their “habitat” (see the powerpoint for my description of what habitat is). This description should be detailed and specific. IF you have a very diverse species, you can choose a particular sub-species or a particular area of its range to reduce the complexity a bit.
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2. What is this species’ “niche”? You should describe the niche from at least two of the perspectives I addressed in the lecture.
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Essay #2: UNIT 2 – Society’s Warning
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Story/Play: Doubt, “Harrison Bergeron,” and “2BR02B”
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Construct a well-organized, clearly supported, unified, grammatically correct critical essay of 1 ½ -2 typed pages.
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Watch the youtube video on the life of aileen wuornos.

watch the Youtube video on the life of Aileen Wuornos. Write a 2-page journal assignment on the Youtube video and in conclusion, compare it to the reading on Women as Offenders.

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Once you have selected your product or brand, you

TASK: In this essay, you are going to analyze one advertising campaign. You are free to choose whatever campaign you
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<br />advertising surrounding a single product or a brand more generally. Once you have selected your product or brand, you
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<then, submit survey or interview questions for your primary research in the research project for this class as a word or pdf document.

SEE COMMENTS ON YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT PROPOSAL MEMO – Topic must be approved!
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Then, submit Survey OR Interview questions for your primary research in the Research Project for this class as a Word or PDF document. Also, include a short ‘why’ statement with the information requested below.
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Excellent job outlining why you are interested in this particular topic and issue, what you will be covering in your presentation and how you will be conducting your research. Is this an issue unique to your BMW service department? Is there a service department that is doing it well that you could compare and contrast yours to? Make sure as you’re thinking about your timeline, you’re allowing enough time to revise and edit your project as needed. Great job!

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Use double spacing, 12-point times new roman font, and one-inch margins.

Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:

Introduction: The introduction is where readers will have a chance to get an idea of what your essay will be about and what you will prove throughout. Do not go into too much detail here but give readers a preview of what is to come. Remember to review your writing plan to ensure that you are briefly hitting the key points you planned to cover while also stating your claim.

Provide an overview of the issue you have selected by briefly describing the main points and your argument.

Compose a thesis that states the argument that you will attempt to prove and support throughout your essay. This statement will give direction to your essay and should be well thought out.

Body: The body is your opportunity to describe and support your argument in depth. Make certain your thoughts and evidence are clear and organized in a way that is easy for readers to follow and understand.

Ensure that you write multiple focused paragraphs, clearly state their main idea, and move logically from one to the next, building the thesis argument as the essay progresses.

Your body paragraphs should support your argument by purposefully combining ideas with evidence from sources. The key to a persuasive essay is how well it is supported with quality evidence.

Address and refute at least one opposing viewpoint to your argument, which is your chance to discredit a significant opposing view and strengthen your argument in the process.

Conclusion: Think of the conclusion as a review of your argument. Use this section to restate your argument and remind readers of your supporting evidence. This paragraph is your last chance to persuade readers to agree with you.

Briefly summarize the main points of your essay. This section should consist of a brief review of your main ideas.

Draw conclusions based on your evidence.

Use evidence that you have found to wrap up the essay in a meaningful way that makes a connection to your audience.

Guidelines for Submission

Your persuasive essay publish must be 5–7 pages (plus references) and must be written in MLA or APA format. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Include at least three references in MLA or APA format.