24 August 2015

Analyze sonnys blues offering an argumentAnalyze sonnys blues offering an argument

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24 August 2015

Leadership

Leadership

Final Research Paper
Instructions
This final project is designed to bring the literature and your experiences together, into an integration paper. In this paper you are to build out and discuss the relationships that you believe are foundational and integral to understanding leadership. Explain how these relationships function, and what impacts they have on the nature of leadership. Clearly state within a single paragraph early in this paper, a position that you have come to believe about leadership. Then in the ensuing fifteen (15) pages minimum, not including references, develop your position and arguments. Use research references to support your ideas and where possible identify thought and literature that does not support your position. Use your own experiences and observations to reflect these ideas in practice.
This paper MUST comply with APA style formats and represent excellence in writing. This paper must reflect graduate level writing and critical thinking!!
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Leadership Leadership Final Research PaperInstructionsThis final project is designed to bring the literature and your experiences together, into an integration paper. In this paper […]


24 August 2015

Health Care and Life SciencesHealth Care and Life Sciences

Most current energy needs are met through the burning of fossil fuels that produce CO2 in the process. The use of fossil fuels (coal, natural gas, and petroleum) is so ubiquitous we do not even think about it. The food we eat is farmed by tractors, harvested by combines, and then transported by trucks. Our electricity is generated predominately from burning coal or natural gas. In every facet of our lives, we utilize fossil fuels, or others do on our behalf, to produce the goods we purchase. The “carbon footprint” (i.e., the amount of CO2 emitted in tons per year) for the average American is more than 20 tons! For the Research Paper, you will examine your daily routine and determine the CO2 that you generate as a result. 
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Requirements  Write the paper in executive summary format: o APA format. o Maximum 700 words (not counting bibliography or appendix; add tables and figures as an appendix). o Double-spaced, 12-point font, one-inch margins.

 Be succinct! Brevity is important, but completeness of your analysis is not excused by the word requirement

 Cite facts. Do not simply offer unsupported opinion. Indicate how you know the CO2 levels for the sources producing it in your life. Cite sources of this information in the text, and include each reference in the bibliography.
 Do not plagiarize. Use your own words. Do not quote directly. Summarize the source in your own words.

 Ideas are the most important. You will be graded on how well you defend your carbon footprint estimate. How complete an analysis do you present? It is not important that you do or do not generate much CO2 for this assignment; however, if you do not, you must explain how you are avoiding doing so. Be sure to give all specifics for your calculations.

 You must include a bibliography. On a separate page following your narrative, list your sources in APA style in the order cited in your paper. Papers without a bibliography will not be accepted (and are plagiarism, anyway).

 Use the best sources. Peer-reviewed sources provide the best information. Books must be approved by publishers, magazine and newspaper articles are reviewed by editors, and scientific journal articles are reviewed by panels of scientists before the article in question is printed. Be aware that this is not true of the Internet!

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Health Care and Life SciencesHealth Care and Life Sciences Most current energy needs are met through the burning of fossil fuels that produce CO2 […]


24 August 2015

Who Made Your iPhone
Who Made Your iPhone?
Connie Guglielmo, a reporter for Bloomberg news services, begins an article on Apple this way: “Apple Inc. said three of its suppliers hired 11 underage workers to help build the iPhone, iPod and Macintosh computer last year, a violation it uncovered as part of its onsite audit of 102 factories.” [1]

Her story adds details. The underage workers were fifteen in places where the minimum legal age for employment is sixteen. She wasn’t able to discover the specific countries, but learned the infractions occurred in one or more of the following: China, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, the Czech Republic, and the Philippines.

Following the discovery, the employees were released, and disciplinary action was taken against a number of the foreign suppliers. In one case, Apple stopped contracting with the company entirely.
The story closes with this: “Apple rose $2.62 to $204.62 yesterday in Nasdaq Stock Market trading. The shares more than doubled last year.”
Questions
1.The ethical question is whether Apple ought to contract (through suppliers) fifteen-year-olds to work on factory floors. Is the fact that the stock price has been zooming up a pertinent fact, or does it not affect the ethics? Explain.
2. From the information given and reasonable assumptions about these factories and the living conditions of people working inside them, sketch an ethical argument against Apple enforcing the age workplace rule. What fundamental values underwrite the argument?
3. From the information given and reasonable assumptions about these factories and the living conditions of people working inside them, sketch an argument in favor of Apple enforcing the age workplace rule. What fundamental values underwrite the argument?
4. Within the context of the Apple situation, what’s the difference between making a decision in terms of the law and in terms of ethics?

5. Assume that in the countries where fifteen-year-olds were working, it’s customary for children even younger to earn an adult-type living.
◦What is an advantage of following the local customs when making economic decisions like the one confronting Apple?
◦Does the custom of employing young workers in some countries change your ethical consideration of the practice in those places? Why or why not?


6. Attributing responsibility—blaming another for doing wrong—requires that the following conditions hold:
◦The person is able to understand right and wrong.
◦The person acts to cause (or fails to act to prevent) a wrong.
◦The person acts knowing what they’re doing.
◦The person acts from their own free will.

Assuming it’s unethical for fifteen-year-olds to work factory shifts making iPhones, who bears responsibility for the wrong?
◦Do the fifteen-year-olds bear some responsibility? Explain.
◦Does Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple? Explain.
◦Are shareholders guilty? Explain.
◦Do people who use iPhones bear responsibility? Explain.


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24 August 2015

Killer PaperPaper instructions:
Students will complete a research paper with their partner based on their chosen killer. This will be similar to the presentation however placed in writing, paragraph format with a minimum of 3 pages. A complete history of the killer and the case should be discussed throughout the paper. A cover page and reference page are required (they do not count as part of your 3 pages). In text referencing is also required as shown through APA format (not MLA). Students will also have a minimum of 2 scholarly references. Research this writing style if you are unfamiliar.

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Killer PaperPaper instructions:Students will complete a research paper with their partner based on their chosen killer. This will be similar to the presentation however […]


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