Now write a report containing the following information.
o Describe this key takeaway in enough detail that your friend or relative can act on your explanation without having to do additional research.
o As you describe your key takeaway, make sure to define any accounting words that your friend or relative would not know.
o Provide an example of what applying this takeaway would look like for your friend’s company.
Discuss the relationship between love and hate in Othello movie (1995 version).
Choose on single use instrument like surgical scissor, and write the speech about the manufacturing process of the that instrument. from raw material until completion.
Describe your favorite figure from the Hebrew Bible based on the readings/stories .
Write an essay on personal mental health for “self help” book
It is a commonly stated proposition that humans make their own future but do so within the confines of history. What that means is that although we have freedom of choice and action we are not necessarily free to take a given action at a given point in time. History: including the institutions that characterize Canada as having a Western Liberal Capitalist Democratic regime, as well as the bureaucratic nature of our state, shape what options are available to us at any given moment in time, as well as which course of action is more likely to be followed. The Toronto area, as well as some other major Canadian cities, are widely acknowledged as having a housing affordability crisis. In their book “House Divided” Bozikovic et al. propose an approach for reducing the crisis. Consider one of the major institutions we are studying this term. Write an essay that explains why you believe that this institution will either help facilitate the solution that Bozikovic et al. are proposing or act as a barrier that will make it more difficult to implement their solution.
Write an essay on the Pros and Cons of being a correctional nurse.
Write a one page summary about each chapter of the book Eric foner “give me liberty” volume 2: reconstruction to the war on terror. for each page lablel it chapter one, chapter 2 etc… only use the book as the source. Chapter 20-28
In the United States, we typically use the plurality voting method, augmented with a sequential runoff system (primary elections). The primary election serves to narrow the pool of potential candidates to two (or one from each party, depending on the state), then the general election decides between those remaining candidates.
It is commonly claimed that our voting system favors a two-party political system, where there are only two major political parties, while other voting systems can favor multi-party systems (this is called “Duverger’s law”). A poll found that about half of Americans think we need a third party, yet few are actually willing to vote for one, not wanting to “throw their vote away” or take away support from their less-disliked major party candidate.
For this week’s written assignment, read this highly opinionated and inflammatory article. Then,
1) Reflect on the article. Are the author’s claims reasonable and/or logical? Are there aspects you agree with? Disagree with?
2) To what extent, if any, do you think an alternative voting system (instant runoff, Borda count, Copeland’s method, etc.) would help or hinder smaller political parties in the United States. Be specific about the method and how it would help or hinder.
3) How do you think voters would respond to voting using an alternate system?
Project’s goals: Description, analysis, and interpretation of the symbolic construction of
1) Read and consider. For background on the courtyard exhibit and installation, read
the New York Times article “History’s Hands” (March 11, 2011). For an analysis of
Orientalism, refer to Edward Said’s introduction to his book Orientalism (1978). Both
texts are posted on Dropbox.
2) Visit the Moroccan Court at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (located on Fifth Avenue
and East 82nd Street). Take notes, and make photographs, sketches, or recordings. Be
sure to watch the video describing the construction process. Observe the courtyard and
the space surrounding it. Where is the courtyard located within the entire exhibition
space of the New Galleries? What architectural artifacts have been included in the
Moroccan Court exhibition? How are they displayed? How are objects arranged in space?
Do you think anything has been excluded? Do you think there is an agenda at play? How
does one interact within the space? Describe your observations in writing.
3) Interpret and respond. Formulate an argument while considering the following: How
is architecture used to exhibit culture? Is what is being exhibited reflective of the “true”
culture or is it skewed? Which culture is being displayed? Does Orientalism influence the
concept? Consider materials used (and not used), context (of the original and the
exhibit), and construction (method and labor). Does the recreated courtyard further the
designer’s and the museum’s intention of facilitating exchange between the U.S. and
4) Remember to call on Said’s text in analyzing the exhibit and identifying its successes and