Reading responses 2 | English homework help

I. Instructions:

  1. Read Tishani Doshi’s “The Immigrant’s Song“(Abcarian 633-634).
  2. Read the PBS News Hour article on how Tishani Doshi discusses immigration in her poetry and writings: “Seeing a culture of fear, poet explores the immigrant dream.”

“For Analysis” Questions:

  1. What is the situation the speaker recounts? Where is he now? Where has he come from? How specific can you be in your answers? Why is that, and what is the effect when reading the poem?
  2. Note the repetition of the statements such as those in lines 1 and 5. Where else do statements of this kind appear? How do they change? What is their significance to the poem as a whole?

II. Instructions:

  1. Read Emma Lazarus’s “The New Colossus (Links to an external site.)“(Abcarian 649).
  2. Read the Atlantic article on how the poem’s connection to the Statue of Liberty: “The Story Behind the Poem on the Statue of Liberty (Links to an external site.).”

“For Analysis” Questions:

  1. What was the Colossus of Rhodes? How does Lazarus describe it in the poem’s opening lines?
  2. To what does “mighty woman with a torch” (l. 4) refer? To what other object in the poem is it compared?

III. Instructions:

  1. Read Léopold Sédar Senghor’s “To New York“(Abcarian 650-651).
  2. Read an analysis of the poem: “Poetry Analysis: Leopold Sedar Senghor’s “New York”.”

“For Analysis” Questions:

  1. Why do you think Senghor describes New York as having “blue metallic eyes” and an “icy smile” (l. 3)? To what is this description contrasted?
  2. How does the speaker feel about New York?


strategies to collect & share evidence

  What strategies can staff nurses use to share evidence that could impact health policy decisions? 

 Your initial post should be at least 500 words, formatted and cited in current APA  7 ed style with support from at least 3 academic sources.


-Journal Articles published from 2017 up to now. INCLUDE volume, issue, page numbers. Doi.

-Books (from 2017 up to now)


Resources : Must use them.

 Mason, D. J., Gardner, D. B., Outlaw, F. H. & O’Grady, E. T. (2020). Policy and politics in nursing and health care (8th ed.). Elsevier Health Sciences.


Implementing information technology across the globe

Find a peer-reviewed scholarly journal article discussing implementing information technology globally. Complete a review of the article by writing a 2-3 page overview of the article. This will be a detailed summary of the journal article, including concepts discussed and findings. Additionally, find one other source (it does not have to be a peer-reviewed journal article) that substantiates the findings in the article you are reviewing. 

You should use Google Scholar to find these types of articles ( ). Once you find the article, you will read it and write a review of it.  This is considered a research article review.
Your paper should meet these requirements: 

  • Be approximately 5 pages in length, not including the required cover page and reference page.
  • Follow APA 7 guidelines. Your paper should include an introduction, a body with fully developed content, and a conclusion.
  • Support your answers with the readings from the course and at least two scholarly journal articles to support your positions, claims, and observations, in addition to your textbook. 
  • Be clearly and well-written, concise, and logical, using excellent grammar and style techniques. You are being graded in part on the quality of your writing.
  • Should include references and In-text citation. 

Community corrections1 | Law homework help

  1. Select ONE of the listed states, and research alternative sentencing and criminal sanctions, including diversion, home confinement, community service, work release, and victim compensation in that state. Post a report of your findings, including information about the effectiveness of the alternative sentencing options you identified in the state you chose for your research. Also, respond to the reports of at least two fellow students. Remember – be sure to include reference citations to identify the scholarly research sources consulted to create your primary post.

Choose ONE of the following states for your research report: Illinois, North Dakota, Indiana, Maine, Washington State, Oregon, or New Mexico


Recruitment project | HRM634DLAU1P2021 Planning and Staffing | Park University


Employee Value Proposition-Is it good enough?

Unit Learning Outcomes 

Select strategic recruitment sources. (4)

Develop recruitment messages. (4)

Identify recruitment metrics. (4) 


  1. Select an organization, either where you work, or one you are interested in, AND have not used in past course research and/or papers.
  2. Identify the Organization’s Employee Value Proposition. (Watch the following video for an example of an EVP @ Dell):

3. After identifying the Employee Value Proposition, select a job within the organization, and do the following:

  • 1-Evaluate whether you think the EVP is effective. Use ‘How to Develop an Employer Value Proposition’ on page 256-257 as a guide.
  • 2-Identify how you would market the organization and the job to job seekers, include a short (phrase to a sentence or two) recruitment message.
  • 3-Identify where the organization is sourcing for current job seekers. If unable to determine, discuss where they would source job seekers. Do you have any other recommendations for where to source applicants?
  • 4-What metrics would you recommend using to measure the efficacy of the recruitment message?

Submission Requirements

The submission should:

  • be 8 pages
  • include a title and reference page
  • follow APA 7th edition formatting
  • include 5 outside sources
    • Note: These should be primarily from professional, e.g. Harvard Business Review, and scholarly sources e.g. Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, or Academy of Management Review

4. the culture of the airforce

During each module there will be a discussion in which all classmates actively participate by contributing substantial posts to the discussion board.

Read the following articles from the Harvey and Allard text:

#32,”The Culture of the U.S. Air Force and Its Impact on a Mobile Training Team Case,” (p222)

#33,”Fighting for Equal Opportunity: Women’s Changing Roles in the U.S. Military,” (p228)

Discuss the impact of tradition as it relates to the changing roles and responsibilities in the U.S. Military


Proposal & search | HUM5060 | Ashford University


HSO Search (1 paragraph). In your first paragraph, you will identify an HSO that you would like to use as the basis for your grant proposal/final project. To conduct your search, visit the site:, and search for an organization in your city and state (please note that you will have to register for this free service). Choose an organization that provides services to your community, and that seems interesting to you. Then, in a paragraph, provide the name of the organization, the organization’s web address/URL, and a 3-5 sentence description of the organization’s mission.

Proposal Idea (1 short paragraph). After you identify an organization, you’ll need to narrow the focus of your grant by coming up with a proposal idea that will improve your selected organization’s ability to meet the needs of those it serves in a specific manner. To do so, you may choose one of the specific services listed beneath the following four broad service areas (A through D below) typically addressed by HSOs, or formulate a focus of your own, based on the needs of the population served by your designated HSO. The specific service you choose will serve as the basis for your grant proposal.

  1. Youth & Families Services: school drop-out prevention; increasing parental involvement; violence prevention; substance abuse prevention
  2. Homelessness & Housing Services: permanent supportive housing; transitional housing; emergency shelter; supportive services
  3. Disability Services: accommodative enhancements; accessible housing opportunities; employment assistance; legal assistance and advocacy
  4. Employment Services: job training readiness; job placement; vocational training, computer training

Help with annotated bibliography | Psychology homework help


Assist with first annotated bibliography.  

Assist with first annotated bibliography.  (Thesis topic: Psychotherapy). Each submission must also include a brief critique of the source (e.g., how could the study be improved, criticism of the author(s) assertions, ideas for future studies, etc.).

 summary of the article, including the purpose/hypothesis of the study, a statement about the participants and methods utilized in the study, results and implications for future research, as well as the methodological limitations/critique of the study.

Discussion 715-1 | Marketing homework help

 Question1. For about 100 words. one page

I always start a marketing course with the same Bible verse:

Proverbs 20:23, “The LORD detests differing weights, and dishonest scales do not please him.”

Why is there a passage on scales in the Old Testament? Because the market in those days was near the town center and sometimes inside the Temple. Unfortunately, it had become known as a place of dishonest merchants. Jesus said in Mark 11:17

“And as he taught them, he said, “Is it not written: ’My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations’? But you have made it a ‘den of robbers’.”

In those days, a large number of staples were sold on weight—grain, rice, meat, etc.—just as they are today. A scale was used to determine how much the buyer was buying. If the scales were intentionally inaccurate and read higher than reality, the buyer got a bad deal. There was minimal oversight of merchants and no Federal Trade Commission or state Division of Weights and Measurements to verify the accuracy of the scales, so the buyer had to trust the integrity of the seller. Was this fair to the buyer? I would say no. Today many products are still sold be weight or volume (cereal, water, gas, electricity, meat, etc.) but technology is so common that it would be very difficult for a manufacturer or retailer to consistently short a customer. However, one company I know printed on 16 point board, which is measure of thickness. The industry spec for that type of paperboard was +/- 1 pt, so a purchased 16-point board could range from 15-17 points. Thicker also meant heavier and since paper is actually sold by weight, a 15-point saved 6.25% by weight which was millions of dollars a year if you bought enough. The only problem—they used it and sold it as 16-point and as long as the manufacturer produced 15 as 15, they were “within industry tolerance” of a 16-point board. Was that legal? Yes. Did it lead to more profit? Yes. Was it ethical? I would tend to say no.

Marketing is rife with ethical intersections like this. Even with the incredible increase in oversight today, unethical practices in marketing and sales exist. Throughout this course, we will look at ethical issues and questions because as leaders, we are very visible in our actions and policies. As Christian-trained business people, it is up to us to hold to a high standard of honesty in ad copy, performance statements, negotiations, service claims, pricing, donor relations, corporate sponsorships, and service delivery.

Discussion questions:

  1. How do we counteract these ethical dilemmas? Can we counteract them?
  2. What else does the Bible tell and teach us about ethical behavior related to marketing?  If you honor a different faith, please feel free to share how your faith addresses the same issues.


  • How does the Consumer Behavior Model help inform your knowledge of marketing?
  • 250-300 words about the discussion



  • Bible (version of your choice)
  • Course textbook: Marketing Strategy: A Decision-Focused Approach, 8th edition.

The below attachments are for Question-2.