Public health laws and regulations are often passed in response to human-caused

Public health laws and regulations are often passed in response to human-caused or natural disasters or the spread of an infectious disease or other health epidemic. Select a law or regulation that was passed after a significant public health event or in response to an epidemic. In a 1,250-1,500 word paper, discuss the public health law or regulation and describe its impact on a community, including its ethical implications. Examples could include laws/regulations targeting smoking, obesity, healthy mothers and babies, vaccinations, etc. Include the following:
Introduction with an overview of the law/regulation, why it was passed, and how it was or is being implemented on the local, state, and/or federal level.
A discussion of who the law/regulation targets and how they are being impacted.
An evaluation of the efficacy of the law/regulation. Include evidence demonstrating whether it is or is not working.
A discussion of the law/regulation’s ethical implications-Do you think this law is fair and ethical in natural? It is being applied ethically/fairly? Were/are there any unforeseen/unintended consequences to be considered?
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

The following information will assist you to complete your final project: 1) In

The following information will assist you to complete your final project:
1) In a well-documented essay, respond to any two (2) of the following prompts. PLEASE REMEMBER that you will NOT receive full credit unless you are able to reference specific texts:
. Directly address your peers who may not have an opportunity to enroll in African American Literature. What, if anything, do you want to let them know about the importance of reading African American Literature?

Reading 4: Education as Status Culture (pp. 39-40) post the Discussion Question

Reading 4: Education as Status Culture (pp. 39-40)
post the Discussion Question from the assigned chapter that you are not sure you understand and what you think the author is trying to convey (5 points). Be sure to include what you think the author is saying. Also, these questions must be your own and not simply one the author has already posed. Include the page numbers in the text that relate to your question. If you miss this tuesday deadline, you lose 2 points for the question.

Essay 2- Poetry Analysis (500 words) Write a 500 word essay where you analyze B

Essay 2- Poetry Analysis (500 words)
Write a 500 word essay where you analyze Brooks’ poem
“We Real Cool”. Your similarity for this assignment must
remain below 25%.
Analysis seeks to look between the lines of what appears on the
surface to unearth a deeper meaning within a literary work in an
objective manner.
If the plot is learned from your writing, it is not analysis.
Analysis seeks to address the how and the why of something
rather than the who, what or where.
The key to writing a successful analysis is to avoid the obvious
and conduct some close reading and rereading of the text. Pay
close attention to poetic elements and how those elements help
to add meaning to the work.
Work must be typed in Microsoft Word using the basic minimum
requirements: Times New Roman, Size 12, typed, doubled
spaced (except for journal assignments that are single spaced), 1-
inch margins (do not justify the margins after you type) and
MLA format for citation. Avoid using first and second person
point of view in objective essays. Work must be submitted
on turnitin. Work that is NOT submitted on turnitin on time will
NOT be collected in class. Do not send me your work via email
because you did not plan ahead and missed the deadline. Do not
submit one thing on turnitin and then email me saying you
uploaded the wrong document. Double check all documents
before you upload. All students must follow the word count
requirements for each assignment. Do not exceed the word count
by more than 50 words. No cover pages needed and works cited
pages do not contribute to your word count. For this class
only, thesis statements and topic sentences must be highlighted
yellow, all evidence must be placed in bold and all elaboration
must be placed in italics when essays are being submitted.
This essay is worth 10 points
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Table of Contents
A. Basic Elements of Poetry
B. Poetry Analysis PPP
C. Essay 2- Poetry Analysis
D. Writing Rubric
E. Homework Reading: “A Rose for Emily”
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4 points: purpose, focus and organization
4 points: evidence and elaboration
2 points: formatting, syntax and conventions
Intro
Begins with a generic opening that relates to the topic
Elaborates for a sentence or two before transitioning to the thesis
Thesis is properly formatted (MLA), concise and detailed
enough to lead to developed ideas
Body
Topic sentences relate to the thesis statement and are controlling
ideas for the remainder of the paragraph
Literary terms are embedded within the paragraphs and the
student explains the why or how element
Quotes are properly introduced with transitional phrases and are
formatted
Elaboration is clear and properly explains evidence
Insightful instead of cliche summaries from the Internet
Essay makes a connection to the outside world without using 1st
or 2nd person
Thoughts are organized in groups
Diction is up to par
Conclusion
Does not begin: “In conclusion” but uses appropriate college
level transitions
Does not restate the main points but presents a fresh ending that
wraps up the theme

Turing, Church, Gödel. Turing machine. GOTO programs. The Halting Problem 1.Wha

Turing, Church, Gödel. Turing machine. GOTO programs. The Halting Problem
1.What do alan turing ,alonzo church and kurt gödel have in common ?
2.What is a Turing machine how does it work?
3.what do turing machines have to do with goto programs?
4.What is the Halting problem?
5.what are turing-calculable functions?
6.Prove the decidability properties of the Halting problem?

Hi please read Case study 8-2 and answer the below questions the assignment shou

Hi please read Case study 8-2 and answer the below questions the assignment should be 1 page
At the end of the article entitled,” Power, Politics and Influence”, you will find the Case Study, 8-2, entitled.
“Scott’s Dilemma”, on Page 189.
Your Assignment is to submit a written response addressing the following questions:
A. Please describe French and Ravens Five (5) Sources of Power.
B. What powers do the individuals in “Scott’s Dilemma” possess and use? (Scott, George and Rebbecca).
C. Could the Organization have handled this situation differently? What are your thoughts?

Introduction Throughout this course, we have been learning about the structure,

Introduction
Throughout this course, we have been learning about the structure, relationships, control, and planning of criminal justice organizations. In our final module, we learned that organizational planning and change requires a rational approach to track and achieve outcomes (objectives). For most organizations, the desired outcomes and ways of achieving them need to be clearly expressed. Moreover, the organizational structures, strategies, technologies, processes, etc. need to be clearly linked to achieving those expressed outcomes.
Planned change is purposeful. Decisions are made to improve an organization. Strategic planning is similar in that leaders assume some change is needed for the organization to achieve the desired future. Organizational planning may include problem-solving, defining goals and constraints, developing alternatives and analyzing consequences, and analyzing policies. Several methods and tools may be used to plan for organizational change, including GAP analysis, SWOT analysis, SMART objectives, developing a theory of change, logic modeling, and program evaluation.
In this paper assignment, students will be applying the planned change process and tools to a real criminal justice problem – the 1993 and 2001 terrorist attacks of the World Trade Center in New York City. This examination of public safety outcomes begins prior to the building of the towers and includes reflections and evaluations subsequent to both terrorist attacks. Many organizations, both CJO and non-CJO, impacted the safety outcomes of citizens and public-service personnel, as well as the destruction of property.
Teacher’s note – Although planning is future oriented, we are taking a “lessons learned” approach by reading 102 Minutes. This allows students to see the “bigger picture” of how organizations make decisions that affect public safety. So, do the best you can to practice the logic modeling tools, etc., from this retrospective approach. Although we can’t fix history, we can learn from it.
Purpose of this Assignment
For this paper, students are to read the book 102 Minutes by Dwyer and Flynn and apply the information in the book to the organizational planning processes learned in this course. The planning processes and tools learned in this course will be used to evaluate the decisions which resulted in negative public safety outcomes when terrorists attacked the Twin Towers in New York City.
This paper is an integrative learning experience. The AACU (2009) defines “integrative learning” as “an understanding and a disposition that a student builds across the curriculum and co-curriculum, from making simple connections among ideas and experiences to synthesizing and transferring learning to new, complex situations within and beyond the campus” (p. 1).
The final paper is designed to assess students’ “transfer” of knowledge. “Transfer” is defined as, “adapts and applies skills, abilities, theories, or methodologies gained in one situation to new situations” (AACU, 2009, p. 1).
Paper Criteria
Students are applying the organizational planning process and tools to the public safety outcomes related to the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City.
For this paper, students should be sure to do the following:
Clearly identify the public safety outcome(s) related to the two terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers, as detailed in the book 102 Minutes.
When planning, everything should tie back to the intended outcomes.
Identify and describe the decision-making organizations that impacted the public safety outcomes of the Twin Towers of New York City, as detailed in the book 102 Minutes.
Be sure to include decisions made by organizations prior, during, and subsequent to the 1993 and 2001 attacks.
Apply the organizational learning processes and tools learned in this course.
Include a SWOT analysis (which informs your logic model).
Include a logic model to model the theory of what did change and what “should” have changed after the 1993 and 2001 attacks.
Use information learned in this course
Use this Word logic model template
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Use SMART objectives
For additional information on SWOT, SMART objectives, and logic modeling see chapter 13 and the weblinks on the Ch 13 Organizational Change
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PPT.
A substantial part of your paper should be a narrative of your logic model as to how the inputs, activities, etc. lead or should have lead to measurable outcomes.
Evaluate the decisions made by the organizations and their impact on the public safety outcome(s)/objectives you identified.
Provide evidence throughout the paper from your sources and use citations, when appropriate
As you craft your paper, remember the focus of this course is organizational decision-making.
Use graduate level writing expectations, which include:
the Grading rubric for this assignment
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the General Evaluation Rubric for this course
Bloom’s taxonomy
of learning and critical thinking
Finding and Citing Sources
The two primary sources to be used and cited in this paper are Criminal Justice Organizations by Potter and Humiston (2017) and 102 Minutes by Dwyer and Flynn (2011).
Scholarly sources are also required. Scholarly sources are primary sources (original writings/articles) typically found in scholarly journals. For more information on finding scholarly articles, see page in Webcourses entitled Finding Articles.
Criminal justice scholarship traditionally uses APA citation style. For more information on APA style, see the page in course entitled Citing and Summarizing an Article
You may also find the “Research Guide” and “UCF Library Tools” pages listed at the left of this course to be quite useful.
Additional Paper Requirements
Paper is to be 9-11 pages in length.
Submissions that are 9 pages in length must be 9 complete pages.
Partial pages do not constitute a complete page.
Any submissions that do not meet the basic page-length requirement will not receive full credit. Instructor will use her discretion outside the grading rubric.
The paper length does not include title or reference pages.
A title or cover page is not required.
An abstract is not required.
A reference page is required.
The paper length does include the logic model figure.
The two primary sources to be used and cited are Criminal Justice Organizations by Potter and Humiston (2017) and 102 Minutes by Dwyer and Flynn (2011).
A minimum of three (3) scholarly sources (i.e., articles from scholarly journals or books) are also required
Additional sources, such as websites, may be used, but they do not count toward the number of required scholarly sources
Use standard 12-point, Times New Roman font with one-inch margins (all around), and double spacing
Be sure to include in-text citations and full references using proper APA formatting for all sources
If you need writing assistance, make a consultation with the University Writing Center
. You should schedule an appointment as early as possible.
A great online writing reference is Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (OWL)
(Links to an external site.)
. Get tips on writing, such as:
Writing a Thesis statement
(Links to an external site.)
Transitions
(Links to an external site.)
Quotations
(Links to an external site.)
APA Citation Style
(Links to an external site.)
and more!
See the Webcourse for additional assistance in finding articles and citing and summarizing an empirical article.

Read the case study attached and answer the 8 discussion questions. There is no

Read the case study attached and answer the 8 discussion questions. There is no need to inflate any answer with unnecessary background. The educational objective of this exercise is for you to engage in a process of critical thinking, which includes analysis and synthesis. The use of real-world examples is highly encouraged.
Note:
There is to be zero plaigirism in the document. It will be ran through the school’s plaigirism checker
Grammar and spelling is expected to be at professional standards
APA 7 standard

Prompt: Using the following biblical passages, write a 500-word paper on how thi

Prompt: Using the following biblical passages, write a 500-word paper on how this particular course should be understood differently at Belhaven than at a secular institution. The passages to be considered:
Psalm 1:1-6
Psalm 19:1-14
Psalm 119:1-8
Philippians 1:1-10
1 Thessalonians 5:1-10
1 Peter 2:1-17
Requirements: 500 words, APA-compliant
Course: Organizational Behavior