25 August 2015

How we can we make the earth more environmentally friendly

How we can we make the earth more environmentally friendlyper instructions:
The topic just tells me discuss how we can make the world more environmentally friendly

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How we can we make the earth more environmentally friendly How we can we make the earth more environmentally friendlyper instructions:The topic just tells […]


25 August 2015

Many people feel that a movie is not a success if it does not force viewers to think about an important issue or idea.Others argue that movies are successful as long as they entertain us .they dont have to have any ideological ,political,or social agenda.Many people feel that a movie is not a success if it does not force viewers to think about an important issue or idea.Others argue that movies are successful as long as they entertain us .they dont have to have any ideological ,political,or social agenda.

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Many people feel that a movie is not a success if it does not force viewers to think about an important issue or idea.Others […]


25 August 2015

Healthcare practices

Throughout this course, we have learned how culture is a powerful tool that allows humans to adapt to their own unique environments. To better understand cultural diversity, comparisons between cultures are often used to explain the similarities and differences across societies. To demonstrate your understanding of the adaptive nature of culture, you will prepare a research paper that requires you to think about what people are doing, why they are doing what they do, and how these behaviors tie in with their environment.

In this paper, you will be comparing and contrasting one of the following topics in two cultures (other than your own), providing an analysis of the similarities and differences, and explaining why these differences might exist.

In your Partial Rough Draft, you selected a topic from the following list:

Body art and ornamentation
Child rearing practices
Healthcare practices
The use of music or dance as a form of political protest, or as a reflection of cultural issues, values and beliefs
Educational practices
Elderly care
Body language and proxemics
Rites of passage
Conflict resolution
Marriage practices
Alternative gender roles
An alternate topic that was approved by the instructor
In Week Three, you conducted your research and completed a Partial Rough Draft of the Final Research Paper. The library research guide helped you choose a topic, two cultures, and library recourses containing information to be used in the paper. You have also received feedback from your instructor on this draft. It is important at this stage that you carefully take the time to review the feedback that was provided. If, based on this feedback, you feel the need to conduct any additional research, now is the time to visit the Ashford University Library and locate additional scholarly sources. For this assignment, you will expand your rough draft into a five- to seven-page research paper (excluding the title and reference pages) that contains the following components:

A discussion of how two cultures (other than your own) approach the topic, including specific ethnographic examples. Be sure to choose two specific and contemporary (currently existing) cultures. Terms such as European, Asian, or African refer to continents, not cultures, and are not appropriate for this paper. Describe the culture briefly, including elements such as location, language, kinship, or other relevant information. This helps the reader understand the cultural context of your topic.
A compare and contrast analysis how the two cultures approach the topic from a culturally relativistic perspective.
A discussion on the cultural context of the topic and how it relates to symbolic systems such as religion, communication, or ritual. Here, you can use what you described in section A and discuss how it relates to your topic as it is found in the two cultures, which you discussed in section B.
Take extra care as you are writing this paper to ensure that you have given proper consideration to all of the notes that were provided to you by your instructor. You will also want to allow plenty of time to proofread the Final Research Paper and double check for formatting and the use of proper citations. If you are concerned about plagiarism, please utilize the “Plagiarism Flow Chart.”

The paper must be five to seven pages in length, excluding the title and reference pages, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. You must use at least three scholarly sources from the Ashford University Library to support your claims. Cite your sources within the text of your paper and on the reference page. For information regarding APA, including samples and tutorials, visit the Ashford Writing Center, located within the Learning Resources tab on the left navigation toolbar.

Writing the Final Research Paper

The Final Paper:

Must be five to seven double-spaced pages in length, excluding the title and reference pages, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
Must include a title page with the following:
Title of paper
Student’s name
Course name and number
Instructor’s name
Date submitted
Must begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement.
Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
Must end with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.
Must use at least three scholarly sources from the Ashford University Library.
Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
Must include a separate reference page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

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Healthcare practices Throughout this course, we have learned how culture is a powerful tool that allows humans to adapt to their own unique environments. […]


25 August 2015

Design a POWER POINT PRESENTATION on the BP Oil Spill

Paper instructions:
First watch: Deepwater BP Oil Spill – Assessing the Damage Restoring the Coast

Next watch: Shoreline Assessment Webisode at

http://www.gulfspillrestoration.noaa.gov/media-center/videos/

Your Assignment:

In the wake of the Deepwater BP Oil Spill, you have been assigned to the Shoreline Assessment Team introduced in this video. You are employed as a junior member of the team responsible for gathering facts and presenting them to the team.

https://woods.stanford.edu/news-events/news/oil-causes-heart-problems-fish

You will develop a report for your team to present to stake-holders in the restoration of the Gulf Coast, including members of BP Oil Corporation. You must assume that these individuals are NOT scientists, and that the relevance of oil within an aquatic environment must be explained to them. You will present the evidence that oil causes physiological damage to vertebrates at the cellular level. Design a PowerPoint presentation to this group that includes:

An introduction that
Provides a brief background of the Deepwater BP Oil Spill. Include the date, the extent of the spill, and the partnerships working together to address the crisis.
Outlines the three steps in the damage assessment.
Explains your role in this assessment (be creative, but stay within the guidelines of the scenario above and the parameters of Assessment Teams explained in the videos).
A diagram of the relationships between atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems, and organisms.
A diagram of a hydrocarbon.
A labeled diagram of an animal cell. Label the following: cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria, ribosomes, and endoplasmic reticulum. Provide a brief definition of each in the notes section.
A labeled diagram of a phospholipid bilayer, AKA the fluid mosaic model of the cell membrane. Include a brief discussion of the molecules that make up phospholipids and how water facilitates the arrangement of the phospholipid bilayer.
A labeled diagram of a heart cell. Label the following: sarcolemma, ion channels, ions responsible for signaling contraction, protein microfibrils that interact to facilitate contraction. Provide a brief definition of each in the notes section.
An outline of how alterations at the chemical level cause complications at the organismal level. (How does crude oil interrupt heart cell function? What does this do to the fish?)
An outline of the research techniques used in this study, including brief description of each technique.

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Design a POWER POINT PRESENTATION on the BP Oil Spill Paper instructions:First watch: Deepwater BP Oil Spill – Assessing the Damage Restoring the Coast […]


25 August 2015

Health Care and Life Sciences

Case Study:

Ann is a seventy-seven-year-old grandmother. She has one daughter and three grandchildren. Two years ago, she was diagnosed with moderately advanced Alzheimer's disease, which causes her to have periods of confusion, frustration, anger, and obsessive thinking. When speaking, she is uncertain and her speech patterns are choppy. Before her mental deterioration, Ann was a woman of love, intelligence, and patience. Realizing they were getting older, she and her husband, Frank, discussed their wishes should anything happen to them. She told Frank that if there was no chance of survival, she would not want to be hooked to a breathing machine. They never got around to filling any papers.
Frank is a sweet and sensitive man. His wife's state frightens him. Ann's love for him has been the focus of his life for sixty years. His urgent desire for the best care for Ann shows his devotion and love. Their daughter, Sarah, is a businesswoman. She is a hard worker and a good mother. She is forty-five, successful, and intelligent. Although she loves her parents dearly, she lives ten hours away. She regrets not seeing much of them, especially recently. Frank feels his role is to take care of Ann. He has spent the past year with her, watching after her, cooking for her, cleaning the home, and witnessing her deterioration. Finally, Ann is unable to walk alone safely and he finds he must have her admitted to a long-term care facility. He calls Sarah to come and help with the arrangements. After having Ann admitted to a local nursing home, both Frank and Sarah remember the pleading look in Ann's eyes as they walk away.

After three weeks in the nursing home, Ann starts to cough and run a fever. She is seen by doctors and diagnosed as having pneumonia. She is transferred to a local hospital, where she is given intravenous antibiotics. Although the progress of her pneumonia is halted by the antibiotics, she stops talking and refuses to eat. The physician calls Frank to insert a feeding tube. Frank calls Sarah to ask what to do. They wonder, Is a feeding tube equivalent to a breathing machine? Would it be possible to allow Ann to lie there and die of starvation? Is that murder? What would she want? What is the right thing to do? (Burkhardt & Nathaniel, 2008).

Respond to the following:

Discuss the ethical decisions you would make.
Discuss the legal decisions you would make.
Explain, as a nurse, what advice would you give to Frank and Sarah.
Support your responses with examples.

Cite any sources in APA format.

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Health Care and Life Sciences Case Study: Ann is a seventy-seven-year-old grandmother. She has one daughter and three grandchildren. Two years ago, she was […]


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