26 August 2015

What qualities do these selections possess that makes them so popular today, whose themes are even found in movies, advertisements, and (as in the Ode to Joy) celebrations of historic significance

In order to write your Essay for Week 4, listen to the iMusic selections in your Chapter 23 Learning Resources. (The content of the iMusic is also found on page 175 of your eBook.) As you listen to the five selections by Beethoven you will hear that they are obviously different – sonatas, symphony, and choral.
Read “Ludwig van Beethoven” pp 174-175 and the HTTN on page 181, “Beethoven and the Politics of Music”.

Then address the following question in your essay: What qualities do these selections possess that makes them so popular today, whose themes are even found in movies, advertisements, and (as in the Ode to Joy) celebrations of historic significance?

26 August 2015,
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What qualities do these selections possess that makes them so popular today, whose themes are even found in movies, advertisements, and (as in the […]


26 August 2015

Case Study of a Site of Adult Learning in San AntonioCase Study of a Site of Adult Learning in San Antonio: Due 4/15/14
Participants will form in teams of 2-3 to visit a site of adult learning and report their findings to the class. The team will select (and sign up in class for) a community center, museum, or historical landmark which addresses the history or culture of south Texas. Possible examples include, but are not limited to: the Witte Museum, The Institute of Texan Cultures, one of the missions, San Antonio Museum of Art, the San Antonio Library, the Alamo, Carver Community Cultural Center, Museo Alameda or Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.

The team will submit a summary of findings including:
The purpose of the organization, mission, history, services provided to adults
Participants in the adult learning programs (numbers, demographics)
Identification of any research studies of this organization. Are there studies of outcomes?
Are there barriers to participation?
The team will visit the site together and, if possible, interact with staff. What did you see? What did you learn? Did you identify any barriers to participation?

The team will create either a PowerPoint presentation or a written summary of findings and make a 20 minute presentation to the class (80 points). The group will submit a hard copy of the PowerPoint or summary to the instructor.Each individual participant will submit a 2 – 3 page analysis of lessons learned, citing connections to adult learning theory (20 points). Failure to attend the presentation will result in an F on the assignment, except in the case of an unavoidable emergency. If there is an excused absence, the individual is responsible for working with the group to participate in the presentation through technology (it may be pre-recorded or real time). Lack of participation in the group process (some may label it “social loafing”) will result in a lower grade for attendance/participation.

26 August 2015,
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Case Study of a Site of Adult Learning in San AntonioCase Study of a Site of Adult Learning in San Antonio: Due 4/15/14Participants will […]


26 August 2015

MoviesFinal argumentative research paper

Assignment Details:

The research paper is an 8-10 page long argumentative research essay in which you use at least five library sources. These sources should be a combination of at least two of the following sources: books, online database articles, magazine and newspaper articles, videos/films, lectures, interviews, surveys and/or scholarly/academic web sites (I do not allow students to use .com or .net websites without my approval. Please note .gov sites are fine to use).

The topic you choose must be of rigorous intellectual content that requires you to do significant research, reading, synthesizing, analyzing, and drawing your own unique and logical conclusions.

It must be argumentative in nature. It must have two sides, and be verifiable through objective, non-emotional criteria that is intellectual and academic. You will take a position and argue one side, but must have thorough knowledge of the opposing view in order to craft an effective rebuttal in your body paragraphs.

26 August 2015,
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MoviesFinal argumentative research paper Assignment Details: The research paper is an 8-10 page long argumentative research essay in which you use at least five […]


26 August 2015

Analysis of the Attempted Merger of AT&T and T-Mobile
Analysis of the Attempted Merger of AT&T and T-Mobile
Paper instructions:
this paper is for a economic class, please mention some economic term with it.

26 August 2015,
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Analysis of the Attempted Merger of AT&T and T-MobileAnalysis of the Attempted Merger of AT&T and T-MobilePaper instructions:this paper is for a economic class, […]


26 August 2015

Reno Police Officer Dora works the graveyard shift in downtown RenoReno Police Officer Dora works the graveyard shift in downtown Reno. At 3:00 a.m. while Officer Dora is on patrol, she sees who she believes is a suspicious looking individual standing in front of Circus Circus. The individual, who is about 5’5, has on a black hooded sweatshirt with the hood pulled partially over his or her face. As Officer Dora slows down, the individual immediately begins walking away from her squad car faster and faster, as if they want to avoid Officer Dora. As the individual is walking away, Officer Dora sees them throw a Big Gulp cup into a nearby trash can. Suddenly, a dispatch call comes over Officer Dora’s radio that officers are searching for a male Pacific Islander who is wanted for a robbery of the 7-11 a half mile away. The call provides no further description of the suspect. 
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Not wanting to take a chance, Officer Dora pulls her police car in front of the individual, gets out of her car and yells, “Hey, I want to talk to you!” The individual, whom Officer Dora can now see is a man, stops and has a panicked look on his face. Officer Dora has to ask the man three times for his name before he finally tells her his name is Diego Sullivan. While Officer Dora is speaking to Diego, Officer Boots arrives as her backup. Officer Boots tells Dora that the suspect in the 7-11 robbery is a male wearing a hooded sweatshirt about six feet tall. Officer Boots confirms the earlier description of the suspect’s race as Pacific Islander. Officer Dora asks Diego if he is Hispanic or Pacific Islander. With a nasty grin that displays a diamond embedded in his front tooth, Diego responds that he doesn’t have to answer that question. Officer Boots, upon seeing Diego’s distinctive tooth and learning his name says, “Wait a minute – now I remember this guy! I arrested him two months ago for domestic violence against his eighty year old mother. You remember that, Diego? You asked her for her social security check and she wouldn’t give it to you!” Diego nods and looks at the ground. Officer Dora has heard enough and places Diego under arrest for robbery of the 7-11 store.
PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS COMPLETELY

Did Officer Dora have reasonable suspicion to stop Diego? WHY or WHY NOT?
Did Officer Dora have probable cause to arrest Diego for robbery? WHY or WHY NOT?
Make up two more details that would enhance Officer Dora’s reasonable suspicion to stop Diego.
Make up two more details that would enhance Officer Dora’s probable cause to arrest Diego.

I. STATEMENT OF THE CASE
George Jenkins is accused of POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE FOR THE PURPOSE OF SALE, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, and UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA in a petition filed October 3, 2013.

II. STATEMENT OF FACTS
According to a police report filed by Reno Police Officer Kris Kringle, Officer Kringle was told by undercover officers on September 15, 2013, there were possible hand-to-hand drug transactions being conducted by a male wearing a black t-shirt with a purple heart in the area of the Wild Orchid parking lot. Officer Kringle responds to the area and locates the individual described above wearing a black t-shirt with a purple heart, later identified as the defendant, GEORGE JENKINS.
In his report, Officer Kringle indicates that he contacts the defendant and tells him that information has been received that the defendant is involved in the sales of drugs. Officer Kringle asks the defendant if he has anything illegal on his person and the defendant responds, “I plead the fifth.” Officer Kringle then performs a frisk for weapons. At this point Officer Kringle’s police report indicates that the defendant ultimately gives him permission to search both his pockets and his backpack. As a result of these searches, Officer Kringle finds currency in the amount of $438, a black digital scale, and marijuana with a gross weight of 128.6 grams. After discovering these items, Officer Kringle places the defendant in handcuffs and reads him his rights per Miranda. Officer Kringle claims the defendant waives his Miranda rights and provides incriminating statements regarding drug sales. Officer Kringle arrests the defendant, transports him and books him into the Washoe County Jail for the above charges.
The defendant, GEORGE JENKINS, attests that the encounter as described above in Officer Kringle’s police report is inaccurate. According to the defendant, when he was approached by Officer Kringle, he immediately tells him that he must sit down on the curb. Officer Kringle asks the defendant his name and age and the defendant provides this information, telling the officers that he is eighteen years old.
The defendant indicates that Officer Kringle asks him for permission to search his person and his backpack and the defendant says no. After refusing the search, the defendant is then frisked for weapons by Officer Kringle. After finding no weapons, the officer begin to pressure the defendant for permission to search.
Officer Kringle tells the defendant that if he doesn’t give them permission to search then the officer will “bring in the dog.” Officer Kringle also indicates that “if I do find something on you, it’s a felony and you will be arrested on the spot and you will be facing years in prison. But if you let me search, then I can help you out, I’ll put in a good word for you.”
When the defendant continues to refuse a consensual search and in fact tells the officer he needs a warrant to search, Officer Kringle says, “it doesn’t matter anyway, I don’t need a warrant because the undercover officers saw you.” During this interaction, the defendant asks to leave, and is told by Officer Kringle that he is not free to leave. Subsequently, the officer performs his search as described above and finds the illegal items on the defendant’s person and in his backpack.

There are a number of arguments that the defense can make in this case alleging that Officer Kringle did not follow the law in conducting his search and interrogation of George Jenkins. Describe two arguments the defense could possibly make utilizing the particular facts above.
What is the type of search called that Officer Kringle performed when he frisked George Jenkins for weapons? What factors in this case will the judge consider when deciding whether or not this frisk/search was properly conducted?
Was Officer Kringle required to read George Jenkins his Miranda rights in this situation? Why or why not?
What factors will the Judge consider in deciding whether or not George Jenkins’ alleged confession fits the requirement under Miranda that it must be voluntary?

26 August 2015,
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Reno Police Officer Dora works the graveyard shift in downtown RenoReno Police Officer Dora works the graveyard shift in downtown Reno. At 3:00 a.m. […]


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