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Business

Prompt: First, identify a service industry of your choice. Then, in a short pape

Prompt: First, identify a service industry of your choice. Then, in a short paper, 2 pages do the following:
 Discuss the eight wastes for your chosen service industry.
 Relate an item to each area.

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Other

Explain at least five differences between popular and scholarly sources used in

Explain at least five differences between popular and scholarly sources used in research.
Locate and summarize one peer-reviewed, scholarly source from the University of Arizona Global Campus Library and one popular source that pertain to your Final Paper topic. In your summary of each article, comment on the following: biases, reliability, strengths, and limitations.
From the sources you summarized, list and explain at least five visual cues from the peer-reviewed, scholarly source that were not evident in the popular source.
Sources below are sources I used for my final paper from you to select from:
Fahimullah, F., Geng, Y., Hardy, B., Muhammad, D., & Wilkins, J. (2019). Earnings, EITC, and Employment Responses to a $15 Minimum Wage: Will Low-Income Workers Be Better Off?. Economic Development Quarterly, 33(4), 331-350.
Kibriya, S., Bessler, D., & Price, E. (2019). Linkages between poverty and income inequality of urban–rural sector: a time series analysis of India’s urban-based aspirations from 1951 to 1994. Applied Economics Letters, 26(6), 446-453.
Mattiuzzi, E., & Weir, M. (2020). Governing the new geography of poverty in metropolitan America. Urban Affairs Review, 56(4), 1086-1131.
Perrone, G. (2019). What, to the law, is the former slave?. Slavery & Abolition, 40(2), 256-270.
Reardon, S. F., & Bischoff, K. (2011). Income inequality and income segregation. American journal of sociology, 116(4), 1092-1153.
Şeker, S. D., & Dayıoğlu Tayfur, M. (2016). The effect of the global financial crisis on household income, inequality and poverty in Turkey.

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Sociology

This paper is a hot mess! Please read the attached guidelines 1. I need a really

This paper is a hot mess! Please read the attached guidelines
1. I need a really strong thesis statement formatted as a statement of argument, able to stand on its own, and offer a clear and specific preview of the biggest elements of the paper. What is the issue, where do you stand, what are your specific arguments, and how can it be fixed.
2. Topic sentences-each paragraph should begin with a topic sentence that acts as a mini-thesis for the paragraph it introduces. It should be able to stand on its own and offer a clear and specific preview of the main argument of the paragraph.
3. Each body paragraph should represent one clear sub-argument. Each sub argument should employ evidence form a source (properly cited) and your own analysis as to the meaning of this evidence.
4. Use of Ethos, Pathos, and Logos-paper should make good use of each rhetorical appeal.

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Other

Research current scholarly references or sources that track or report U.S. healt

Research current scholarly references or sources that track or report U.S. healthcare costs or expenditures. It is okay to focus on specific health conditions or diseases. It is also okay to research non-profits, such as Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Kaiser Family Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, etc.
Write a 275-word response to the following:
How can findings support cost-benefit scenarios for public health and healthcare organizations?
Include your own experience as well as 2 citations that align with or contradict your comments as sourced from peer-reviewed academic journals, industry publications, books, and/or other sources. Format your sources according to APA guidelines. If you found information that contradicts your experience, explain why you agree or disagree with the information.

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Business

Week 5 Part 3: Team Innovation Action Planning – Determining Key Actions Why Act

Week 5 Part 3: Team Innovation Action Planning – Determining Key Actions
Why Action Planning?
There is no scarcity of good ideas. There is also no scarcity of good intentions. Why is it then that the shelves of organizational planning departments, university presidents, department heads, community services organizations, and countless other effective innovation people are stacked with plans that were never implemented? More importantly, why is it that so many entrepreneurs never seem to get their innovations off the ground?
The answer is often quite simple. Their innovation plans never actually included the last critical step – action planning. Action planning is the process of taking good ideas and breaking them into manageable steps that can be accomplished and measured. Action planning maximizes success and minimized failure.
Action planning is often ignored because it is believed that there is “always a market for good ideas.” Or that the “cream will always rise to the top.” Entrepreneurs and innovators are often so in love with their ideas that they can’t understand why everyone is not begging to help them put the idea into action.
The reality is that the action planning and implementation phases are often the most difficulty. Ironically, developing an action plan often seems to be an exercise in the obvious. That is, everybody surely knows what we have to do to get this idea in place. The action plan is the opportunity to test this assumption.
Action planning is a clear process with no shortcuts. The steps below demonstrate this process:
Choosing the team (Done)
Naming and describing the specific goals to be accomplished
Describing the current reality that forms the environment for the project
Discerning the key actions that need to be performed
Creating a calendar of action and assignments for team members
Each of these outcomes is critical for the success of any project. Without accomplishing each of the above, innovation success is seriously jeopardized.
Kuratko, D.F., Goldsby, M. G., & Hornsby, J.S. (2012). Innovation acceleration: Transforming organizational thinking. Upper Saddle, NJ: Pearson, Inc. Education.
Determining Key Actions
The heart of the action plan is the identification of the specific actions to be performed. There is no one best way to accomplish this activity; however, the key is to assure that everyone on your team has an opportunity to provide input.
This week your weekly Team Innovation Action Planning response would be to complete a listing of ten (10) tasks that will move the project toward the goal. Each listing should be a complete sentence and realistically aligned with your Team Innovation Project. Member of your team are to identify the action steps that must be taken to reach your business goal. Below is the heading for your list. Submit using appropriate APA style (cover page) and include the names of those that fully participated.

“Tasks That Will Move The Project Toward The Goal”
The subject of ours is attached , also specific instructions asked by our professor in the groupme photo.

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Computer Science

Please provide Parts 1 & 2 for my project based on Part 3. I have already compl

Please provide Parts 1 & 2 for my project based on Part 3. I have already completed Part 3.
See examples of Part 1 & Part 2 from a former project. Follow the same format.
Part 3 of my project is attached.
Assignment instructions are attached for your reference.
My Topic for the RLO is Supply Chain Asset Tracking Application.

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Criminal Law

1. Read the assigned article 2. Review the video that corresponds to the

1. Read the assigned article
2. Review the video that corresponds to the article
3. Complete a 1 to 2 page reaction paper

Article and Video Analysis: You will be assigned an article to review. You will also review a video that is associated with a primary theme of the article. Each cadet will apply the primary theme of the article to the video. Finally, articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video. There is a link to each article provided below. In other words, each student will explain:

1. Briefly summarize a primary theme from the article, and then apply that theme to the actions taken in the video. In other words, articulate how the article applies to the video.
2. Articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video. Is the force appropriate? Why or why not? It is suggested that you utilize the Graham v. Connor (1989) case as a guide.
All Article and Video Analysis Assignments shall be 1-2 pages (typed- and can be more than 2 pages). All submissions should have 1-inch margins on all sides with 12-point font.
The following format is recommended (see #1 and #2 above for details relating to each section):

Section 1- Summarize the article
Section 2- Apply a primary theme of the article to the assigned video
Section 3- Conclusion; articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video

Article 1: Do Police Officers Have a Legal Obligation to Use De-Escalation Tactics?
Article Link: https://www.lexipol.com/resources/blog/do-police-officers-have-a-legal-obligation-to-use-de-escalation-tactics
Video 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ai2bVK_BGHs

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Ecology

The objective of this group research project is to conduct quantitative analysis

The objective of this group research project is to conduct quantitative analysis using BuildEm tool. BuildEm is an integrated tool that evaluates Emergy, energy, and impact to ecosystem assessment simultaneously with a single set of inputs. Life cycle impact is based on Economic Input-Output LCA. BuildEm tool is still emerging and needs more data input fields and more. http://buildem.herokuapp.com/
Although the field of Emergy analysis is growing, research work related to the built environment is, unfortunately, limited. You can access my Emergy related publications here (search for “Emergy” in this webpage): https://built-ecologist.com/research/
Your goal is to identify alternative materials to lower emergy (sej), energy (J), and ecosystem impacts. For this purpose, you will:
1. Identify an existing or new building for which you have building material data available
2. Prepare material data for input in BuildEm tool (please note that the tool cannot save your work)
3. Retrieve data (tables, figures, etc. / screenshot from BuildEm is acceptable) for existing or new building
4. Identify alternative materials and prepare inputs accordingly, and use BuildEm tool, and go to step (3) and retrieve data for analysis. Few years ago, we conducted an LCA study of the use of alternative materials: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0360132315301736?via%3Dihub
5. Prepare a research paper that describes alternative materials into a design approach for construction ecology; as well as changes to emergy, energy quantities, and impact to ecosystems. Your paper should be in APA format and be 1,500 words, plus minus 10%, in length. You must have at least 10 authoritative references (research journals, research reports, New York Times, Economist, etc.).
Attached are the two Emergy presentation files.
Emergy presentation 1.pdf
Emergy presentation 2.pdf

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Political science

In 300 words or more, you will put consider Civilization VI, and write a contrap

In 300 words or more, you will put consider Civilization VI, and write a contrapuntal reading of it. As you write, consider the following questions:
What historical assumptions and narratives about expansion, the frontier, and civilization do these games push onto the player?
What are possible avenues into retelling these games from the perspectives of the colonized?

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Statistics

Title page, Abstract, Introduction, Methods(, Results, Discussion, and Reference

Title page, Abstract, Introduction, Methods(, Results, Discussion, and References sections.
Title: Testing a number served as an anchor on urban college students
Abstract:
Introduction:
Alternative Hypothesis: Based on previous work there will be a difference in the number of groups guesses of departments means due to the anchor.
Null Hypothesis: There will be no difference in means between groups due to the anchor.
• Methods: Participants,Equipment,Materials,Variables
Results: add the following and add the chart provided describing results of mean, t-test and significance level
Results: Present means between two groups. Present T test level and how it supports our hypothesis and significant because value is less than .05 Previous work supports hypothesis.
Condition 15 or 100
T value= -2.4 significance (.05 or less) -2.4/100 by chance
Reject null hypothesis
Anchor (independent) variable two levels (15) and (100)
Dependent (number of departments chosen by students) The guesses
Discussion-
Further study we may conduct: (will they ignore the anchor or not) can people over look the information.
and References sections.
Measures of Anchoring in Estimation Tasks
FIles inlude: One reference, pictures of the sample guidlines for paper, Data of participants and chart results to include with T-test significance