Ethical decision-making is essential during a crisis. Disasters come in many dif

Ethical decision-making is essential during a crisis. Disasters come in many different varieties (natural, technological, human, etc.). Healthcare providers train for such disasters in the hospital (like a fire) or in the community (pandemic). There are four phases in emergency management: mitigation (prevention), preparedness, response, and recovery.
Identify a current event disaster and apply the ethical decision-making criteria from the textbook to evaluate the response to that disaster.
As you read, consider the following questions:
Are you ready to respond to a crisis? What is the duty for healthcare workers during a crisis?
What decision-making strategies are used during a crisis?
What are the ethical decisions made during a crisis?
How are scarce resources allocated?
What are the ethical goals to guide implementation of emergency preparedness?
Sources:
Biddinger, P., Baggish, A., Harrington, L., d’Hemecourt, P., Hooley, J., Jones, J., Kue, R., Troyanos., C., and Dyer, K.S. “Be Prepared: The Boston Marathon and Mass-casualty Events.” NEJM 368, no. 21 (2013): 1958-60. doi: 10.1056/NEJMp1305480 (Links to an external site.)
Hartigan, I., Kelleher, A., McCarthy, J., & Cornally, N. (2021). Visitor restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic: An ethical case study. Nursing Ethics, 28(7–8), 1111–1123. https://doi.org/10.1177/09697330211005078

The final analysis for this project should: Be 1,000–1,500 words (3–5 pages), ty

The final analysis for this project should:
Be 1,000–1,500 words (3–5 pages), typed in 12-point font and double spaced with 1” margins
Introduce your article and provide an academic summary
Identify the authors’ rhetorical situation, that is, their audience, purpose, and genre
Present an analytical thesis that makes a claim about how the author constructs their ethos
Break down the article’s component parts (e.g., language, use of sources, genre conventions, evidence, etc.) to demonstrate your thesis
Incorporate textual evidence to support your thesis
Include a formal introduction and conclusion
Cite your sources in a APA style
Include a bibliographic References entry for your scholarly article
!!! THE ARTICLE I chose to analyze is uploaded in the file.

CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Defining Psychological Disorders 1. Describe what is a psychol

CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Defining Psychological Disorders
1. Describe what is a psychological disorder. Describe the bio-social-psycho model of illness; refer to Figure 13.1
2. Define maladaptive behavior, and comorbidity.
3. Define stigma, and the effects of those that suffer from it. Define what is the DSM.
4. Describe ADHD, and Autism (include what was classified as Asperger’s Disorder).
5. Define anxiety; anxiety disorders. Describe GAD, panic disorder and phobias. Refer to Table 13.3 the Most Common Phobias; list and describe four phobias.
6.Define Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, describing what are obsessions and compulsions.
7. Define and describe PTSD.
8. Describe Dissociative Disorder. Define dissociative amnesia and dissociative fugue.
9.Describe Dissociative Identity Disorder, include host and alternative personalities.
10.Define Mood Disorders; define Major Depressive Disorder and list 7 characteristics. Define Bipolar Disorder
11.Categorize and describe the three major symptoms of schizophrenia.
12.Identify the biological and social factors that increase the likelihood that a person will develop schizophrenia.
13.Define Personality Disorder. List the personality disorders summarized in Table 13.5, “Descriptions of the Personality Disorders.”
14. Differentiate Antisocial Personality disorder from Borderline Personality Disorder.
15. Outline the biological and environmental factors that may contribute to a person developing a personality disorder.
16. Define Somatization Disorder and Conversion Disorder.
17. Define factitious disorder such as Münchausen syndrome (and look up Munchausen syndrome by proxy); describe how it differs from malingering (Use the back of this sheet)

Social Networking Assignment Locate a public profile (organization, group or com

Social Networking Assignment
Locate a public profile (organization, group or company) and choose 4 aspects of that profile (photos, likes, group affiliations, posts etc…) and explain what that post suggests about the identity of group, company ect…and why it does so. What identity markers does the profile “perform”? How so–give specific examples.
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In this assignment, you will study memory management, virtual memory of OSs, and

In this assignment, you will study memory management, virtual memory of OSs, and distributed OSs.
Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research memory management, virtual memory of OSs, and distributed OSs.
Based on your research, discuss the following topics:
The concept of virtual memory is based on the fact that some parts of a software application are never accessed.
Identify and explain the parts of software applications that are never accessed. State your opinion on why these parts are never accessed.
The size of the virtual memory should not be more than three times the size of the physical memory of the computer.
Do you agree with this statement? Provide reasons for your answer.
Distributed OSs use memory more efficiently than traditional OSs.
Do you agree with this statement? Present examples in support of your answer.
Compare the memory management capabilities of the Windows Server and Linux OSs.
In addition, identify the OS with better memory management capabilities than the rest.
Submission Details:
Post your response to the Discussion Area by the due date assigned. Respond to at least two posts by the end of the week.

digital divide in marketing/advertising The purpose of your final paper is for

digital divide in marketing/advertising
The purpose of your final paper is for you to gain in-depth understanding of the literature on the digital divide in marketing/advertising . Your final product will be a 10-16 page research brief on your topic. In order to get you to start thinking about your paper and to sift through the literature on your topic, you will create an outline of your final paper. Your outline should include full sentences that provide the main idea for each section of your paper. Please see the specifics below. Do not forget to attach an APA style title page and reference list. For grading details, please see the grading rubric. This assignment is worth 20 points.
I. Introduction: Write one sentence stating what makes the topic worth researching and of interest to readers. This constitutes an argument for why the topic is important.
II. Body: Write one sentence that previews what you know about your topic based on the literature. This constitutes an argument about what the literature tells us.
A. Write a one-sentence generalization you want to make about the evidence (an argument or claim).
1. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
2. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
3. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
B. Write a one-sentence generalization you want to make about the evidence (an argument or claim).
1. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
2. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
3. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
C. Write a one-sentence generalization you want to make about the evidence (an argument or claim).
1. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
2. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
3. Write a one-sentence summary of the article (parenthetical citation)
III. Conclusion: Write one-sentence summarizing what we know about your topic based on the literature.
Your assignment should include:
APA style title page
Your outline
APA style reference list

Alternative art can be generally defined as artworks made outside the traditiona

Alternative art can be generally defined as artworks made outside the traditional media. Alternative media includes video, digital media, conceptual art, performance art, sound art, and installations. Alternative art often asks us, as viewer to interact with and sometimes complete the work of art and begs us to think beyond the traditional notions of what constitutes art.
For this discussion board you are asked to interact with a work of digital, interactive art. Select one or two of the artworks described below and then write a response to your experience interacting with this digital work of art. Responses should be formatted as a short-response essay, at least two fully-formed paragraphs in length. Responses should address some combination of the following:
Which artwork did you select? How would you describe the experience of interacting with this artwork? In your opinion, what is the purpose of this specific artwork? Is it commenting on an aspect of our contemporary lives? If so, what aspect and what is it saying? How might you compare interacting with this artwork to other activities you perform on the Internet (web-searches, social networking, etc.)? What makes the site visited a work of art compared to those other daily web-based activities? Has your opinion of what constitutes art changed since the start of this class? How so?
ARTWORKS YOU MAY SELECT FROM (Arranged chronologically):
Olia Lialina, My Boyfriend Came Back From the War (1996) http://www.teleportacia.org/war/ (Links to an external site.)
“One indicator of the historical significance of Olia Lialina’s 1996 Netart project, My Boyfriend Came Back From the War (MBCBFTW), is the numerous times it has been appropriated and remixed by other New Media artists. On her Web site, Lialina maintains an extensive list of these appropriations that includes versions in Flash, Real Audio, VRML, the Castle Wolfenstein game engine (Mac and PC), PowerPoint and video. There is even a blog version and a version in gouache on paper. But what is it that makes this particular work so influential? Perhaps it resonates with other artists because it is among the earliest works of New Media art to produce the kind of compelling and emotionally powerful experience that we have come to expect from older, more established media, particularly film.”
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Agent Ruby (2002) http://agentruby.sfmoma.org/ (Links to an external site.)
“An artificial intelligent web agent that is shaped by and reflective of encounters and adventures that it has with users, and will be seeded to user servers through a site of origin or birth. Ruby chats with users, remember users questions, ultimately be able to recognize their voice and have moods and emotions. Her mood may also be affected directly by web traffic.”
Iñaki Bonillas, Words and Photos (2003) http://awp.diaart.org/bonillas/ (Links to an external site.) (scroll down to launch project)
“For this Dia Artist Web Project commission, Bonillas is digitizing the [photo] archive, while simultaneously creating an extensive index of associated words that “mirrors” the image database. The relation between these two levels unfolds as the visitor explores the possibilities of matching text and image.”