30 April 2015

For centuries art, music, and even drama were funded through private support by wealthy patrons who were often members of nobility or the social elite. Why did public funds replace private funds? What is the proper role of public (government) funds in supporting the arts and humanities?

30 April 2015,
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Public Funding for the Arts Paper details For centuries art, music, and even drama were funded through private support by wealthy patrons who were […]


30 April 2015

Meaningful Use for Nurses

30 April 2015,
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Meaningful Use for Nurses (CO 3) Examine the ethical/legal issues arising in NI practice while using, designing, managing, upgrading, and building information systems. (POs […]


30 April 2015

An Argument for the negative effects of the shift towards political correctness

30 April 2015,
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An Argument for the negative effects of the shift towards political correctness Paper details The essay shall be an argumentative essay and must include […]


30 April 2015

Compare the actions taken by Sears in this case to the steps of the Ethics Decision Model. Which steps, if any, appear to have been followed; which steps may have been taken poorly or could have been taken more thoroughly; which steps were possibly overlooked

30 April 2015,
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Business Ethics Paper details A) Compare the actions taken by Sears in this case to the steps of the Ethics Decision Model. Which steps, […]


30 April 2015

Cultural Competency Readiness

30 April 2015,
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Cultural Competency Readiness Paper details I conducted a research study to assess the level of cultural competency amongst MSW students at my university. The […]


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