24 August 2015

Starting the Final Project: A Qualitative Research Plan

Starting the Final Project: A Qualitative Research Plan

In this Application, you will begin to work on your Qualitative Research Plan, (Management Information Systems) which is your Final Project for this course and will be due in Week 11. You will start by determining the research problem, purpose, and questions for your research plan.
To prepare for this Application:

•Review the following readings for this week:

?Chapter 6 in Qualitative Inquiry & Research Design: Choosing Among the Five Approaches

?Chapter 4 in Qualitative Research Design: An Interactive Approach

?Pages 25–28 of Chapter 2 in Qualitative Data Analysis: A Methods Sourcebook

?”Final Project: Developing a Qualitative Research Plan” handout
•Formulate a research problem, purpose, and questions for the Final Project for this course. How would you defend your choices?

The assignment:

•In a 1- to 2-page paper, formulate a research problem, purpose, and questions for the Final Project for this course and defend your choices.
Note: Based on the feedback you receive on this assignment, you may need to change your topic or research focus and direction as needed.


I prefer topic in:
(Qualitative Research)
– Information System adoption, appropriation and use
– Change management
– Human Resources issues linked to IT implementations
– Impact of new IT on space and time; virtual organizations
– Organizational control and its link with IS

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Starting the Final Project: A Qualitative Research Plan Starting the Final Project: A Qualitative Research Plan In this Application, you will begin to work […]


24 August 2015

Conditions of jews in the 16th century

Conditions of jews in the 16th century

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Conditions of jews in the 16th century Conditions of jews in the 16th century Click here for more on this paper……. Click here to […]


24 August 2015

Who was General Nathanael Green and what was his role in revolutionary America

Who was General Nathanael Green and what was his role in revolutionary America

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Who was General Nathanael Green and what was his role in revolutionary America Who was General Nathanael Green and what was his role in […]


24 August 2015

Sick around the World

Assignment 1: Sick around the World
Instructions
This assignment involves your selecting a country as the subject of your research. Be sure it is not one included in the film “Sick around the World”. And in fact I think you'll learn more if it's not a developing country relying primarily out of pocket. Complete the assignment on the posted document and then please upload your completed assignment back here in this section. Do complete all the material (lecture, readings and video) on Comparative Health Systems before beginning this assignment. And complete the material on Financing the US Health Care System and Health Care Reform before submitting this (some questions at the end to compare to the US).
Clearly this assignment requires you to do some research on your country of choice and include information that is not original to you. And so citing your references is required (as would be required for ANY work you do of this nature). Please use footnotes to document the source of your information, listing your references either at the bottom of pages or at the end of your document. I don't require a particular format for those footnotes but have included here as a document “Citation Resources” so that you can reference an authority on doing this in a consistent manner. I hope this is helpful to you in other classes too.

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Sick around the World Assignment 1: Sick around the WorldInstructionsThis assignment involves your selecting a country as the subject of your research. Be sure […]


24 August 2015

Week 5 Research Paper Rough Draft
PROJECT ONE
The Case of the Unfortunate Pilot
(15 Points/15% of Final Grade)
On December 13, 2013, Soar Airlines Flight 13, a Boeing 737, was scheduled to depart Baltimore BWI Airport (“BWI”) for a routine flight to New York Kennedy Airport (“JFK”).  Departure time was 7:00 a.m.  The aircraft along with the crew had laid over in Baltimore the night before.
At 0615, the pilots and flight attendants arrived at the airport and proceeded through security.  While passing through, a Transportation Security Agency (TSA) inspector thought he smelled alcohol on the breath of the captain of the flight, John Budweiser.  He told Capt Budweiser to wait a second and walked over to his supervisor for advice.   The supervisor told him to contact Soar Airlines’ Station Manager.  While the inspector was talking with his supervisor, Capt Budweiser became agitated and started yelling threatening remarks and charged toward the inspector swinging his flight bag at him.  The inspector tried ducking and fell backwards suffering an injury to his left arm.  When the Station Manager arrived on the scene Capt Budweiser was standing near the inspector.  With the exception of the First Officer, the rest of the flight crew had proceeded to the aircraft. 
The inspector explained to the Station Manager that he thought Capt Budweiser had been drinking.  This presented a major problem for the Station Manager.  The flight needed to depart and had a full day of operations ahead.  The Station Manager was also aware that two off-duty pilots of the airline were traveling on the flight back to New York.  Both were only qualified First Officers on the 737.
The Station Manager then contacted the airline’s Central Dispatch and explained the problem.  Because of the need to get the aircraft moving, Central Dispatch decided to make the original First Officer of the flight the pilot in command and assigned one of the off duty pilots as First Officer.
The flight departed one hour late.
Upon its arrival at New York Kennedy Airport, Flight 13 was ordered to taxi to gate 5 at Terminal 2.  As it approached the gate, the Pilot in Command, the original First Officer, was unable to stop the aircraft, causing it to roll into the side of the terminal.  The force of the crash shattered a large window overlooking the ramp and also caused a check-in desk to topple over.  A computer on the desk broke away and landed on the foot of a waiting passenger, breaking it.  In addition, several people were slightly injured from the flying glass.  At the same time a temporary power outage occurred and set off alarms throughout the terminal.  An escalator about 300 yards from the gate also suddenly stopped causing a heavy bag at the top of the escalator to fall back and injure a person just getting on the escalator.
All in all, two people were seriously injured:  (1) the passenger hit by the falling computer and (2) the person getting on the escalator who was hit by the heavy bag.  In addition, one of the passengers (3) on Flight 13, because of its lateness as well as the delay due to the incident at the gate, missed a connection to an overseas flight that only operated once a week, causing him to miss an important meeting with the government of a Central Asian republic that would have secured him a multi-million dollar contract for his company.  He claimed injury for the loss of the business deal.
You are a junior lawyer on the staff of the General Counsel for Soar Airlines.  Your boss has asked you to research the following:
1.       What civil action could the TSA inspector take against Captain Budweiser?  How?  Does Capt Budweiser have a defense under Intentional Torts against a civil action?  Why?  Describe in detail all aspects of this case.

2.       The accident at Kennedy Airport was a clear case of negligence under the doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitur.  What causes of action could the three injured parties at Kennedy Airport take for their injuries?  Why?   Discuss each plaintiff.  Identify each potential defendant. What kind of defenses would be available to each?  Describe in detail all aspects of each plaintiff’s case and the potential defenses that could be raised by the defendants.




LEGAL ISSUES

To be applied in terms of both Plaintiffs and Defendants
Causation in Fact (Actual Cause)
Defenses to torts
Duty of Care
Foreseeability
Intentional Tort
Jurisdiction
Orbit of Danger
Proximate Cause
Superseding or Intervening Event
Tort liability
Unforeseeable plaintiffs

Unintentional Torts/negligence

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Week 5 Research Paper Rough Draft PROJECT ONE The Case of the Unfortunate Pilot (15 Points/15% of Final Grade) On December 13, 2013, Soar […]


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