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use your own critical thinking skills to develop an academic on one aspect of the Ukrainian war. the thesis  should express your opinion on this aspect and contain three strong, supportive reason to defend your opinion.

It  should contain 

Explicitly stated topic sentences.

Examples and or support that contain paraphrase or summary.

Only one direct quote no more than 10 words.

Smile and/or metaphor/creative word choice. 

-5 points of for “to be” verbs.

5 points off for for any items used on the “to not use” list.  

chinas post socialist development model

“Identify and describe three features of China’s post socialist development model and be sure to include why each of these features is significant to the country’s developmental trajectory over the past forty years.” Those are the official instructions. The essay would be easier if I could personally contact you and send you a pdf file of the book, a quick read by the way.  Since it’s too big to be put on here. 

communicable disease

Apply the constructs of the Health Belief Model to a health behavior associated with a communicable disease (in at least 6 sentences).

NOTE: Provide at least one APA 6th Edition In-Text Citation and Reference.

Research Paper – Air Pollution and Low Socioeconomic Status

The Subject is Public Health looking onEnvironmental Health.  The research paper should be on Air pollution in Los Angelesarguing why are people of lower socioeconomic status affected the mostconcluding with ways to help.


Please salvage what is submitted or start over. Highly recommend communicating as you go.

Thanks!


Only use pre-reviewed articles from PubMed

Need to take the current paper attached, and edit and make it better. Maybe add a little bit of content on top

Week 1: Sociology Crash Course Videos Reflection

Week 1: Sociology Crash Course Videos Reflection

2 个未读答复。2 个答复。

After watching the two youtube videos linked above (sociology intro part 1 and sociology intro part 2), discuss the following major points:

What is society and how does it influence you?

How is sociology different from other social sciences and how does it look at social patterns?

What is a  "marginalized group" and why does it matter to sociology?

Explain and define a "paradigm" and explain the difference between micro and macro.

What are the three major sociological paradigms?

Post should be at least 250 words, due by the end of the day (11:59 pm) Thursday, March 10.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnCJU6PaCio&feature=emb_logo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbTt_ySTjaY&feature=emb_logo

 

Vaccinations and Public Safety

Write a short Persuasive Essay (3 pages in length)

Topic: Vaccination and Public Safety
  1. The essay should be one of the following:
    1. Persuasive (try to get the reader to see your perspective)
    2. Expository (explain a particular topic such as an event, issue, or situation)
    3. Argumentative (attempt to prove your stance).
    4. You may explore any angle of the topic whether it be political, historical, or cultural.
    5. Pose your essay to answer this question: Why should the reader care or be concerned about this issue?

Research Paper – Air Pollution and Low Socioeconomic Status

The Subject is Public Health looking onEnvironmental Health.  The research paper should be on Air pollution in Los Angelesarguing why are people of lower socioeconomic status affected the mostconcluding with ways to help.


Please salvage what is submitted or start over. Highly recommend communicating as you go.

Thanks!


Use only pre-reviewed articles from PubMed only!!!

Immigration in Canada in 1867-present

Canadian History 1867-present 

The proposal paper is about immigration. The Proposal should explain the topic and the thesis. And include a list of sources (in Chicago format) and include at least three separate annotated sources. 

-please make sure you do not include any information not relevant to 1867-present. 

-Please highlight or bold the thesis, so I can check it and see if it follows my ideas for the research paper. 
-please include 3 annotated sources. 

Discussions

In the Indigenous Policy class I teach we had an assignment where students were to think of events or ways in which policy had affected them or those in their networks. They had a lot of trouble thinking of things at first, and then it burgeoned. Part of it was that we often think of policy from the perspective of “how we do things” rather than more criticially about how that policy was created and implemented and has now become “how we do things.” 

In terms of policy and theory have you found yourself seeing things differently and noticing how information from this class and these readings has made you aware of absences or pressures around disability issues that are part of your life? 

With the rediscovery of unmarked children’s graves at Residential School sites we are more aware than ever of the need to know and understand our history. I think we see many signs of institutional thinking all around us, and yet little evidence perhaps that this is what people with disabilities and their families cope with, from the agencies that support them. Self-advocates often talk about creating a module on their history for school systems, and yet this hasn’t happened. One woman in Victoria that I talked to, from UVic, talked about what a school curriculum informed by Critical Disability Studies might look like…  

Conduct an informal search for services or programs in your community that serve people with disabilities. Read through agency, program, and mission statement descriptions looking for traces of the history of disability. Some organizations may describe their own organizational history. 
  • Can you draw any parallels to what youve just read in this module?
  • How are these constructed or described? If no historical references are present, what do you make of this? Post your findings and analysis, in the forum.
Alternatively, what might a school curriculum informed by Critical Disability Studies look like?  
I only need 1 paragraph each. 
This is for a disability class 

essay

  1. Describe a thrilling or exciting activity, such as a roller coaster ride, sledding, driving fast.
  2. Describe the preparation necessary and the actual athletic activity you have participate in, such as running a marathon, playing on a sports team, a dance recital, body-building contest.