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Please go over my personal statement for Medical Laboratory scientist, make it s

Please go over my personal statement for Medical Laboratory scientist, make it sound reasonable with perfect grammar. Make it sound professional.

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Evaluate the secondary data available from various sources. Data source evaluati

Evaluate the secondary data available from various sources. Data source evaluations should include:
secondary data source name and website/location of data/information
data collectors (e.g., publishers) and rationale for collecting the data/information
data collection period
description of the collection’s contents
explanation of the how the data collection may be used in the project
Please provide a minimum of 500 words for this assignment; evaluate at least 4 sources.

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Purposes of the Assignment: —- To expand our exploration of LGBT legislation as

Purposes of the Assignment:
—- To expand our exploration of LGBT legislation as touched upon in Mark Segal’s memoir and his recent lecture at Elmhurst University in light of a very recent Congressional bill.
—- To think critically about a controversial issue in our society today.
—- To articulate complex arguments.
Directions:
Read the H.R. Bill cited as “ Stop the Sexualization of Children Act.”
Explore the controversy over the newly proposed House of Representatives bill entitled “Stop the Sexualization of Children Act” by reading two or more articles from different viewpoints. (See the media bias chart. Use our library or other libraries’ databases to find appropriate articles.)
Then do ONE of the following in 1200 words:
Write a “white paper”* (see definition below) that lays out the arguments on each side with the intent of creating a useful resource for voters to be informed in the issue. This type of document tries to maintain as neutral a stance as possible.
OR
Write a letter to your own Congressperson (address them by name or look them up if you are unsure of your current U. S. Congressional representative) arguing for them to vote for or against the bill, if it is brought to a vote on the floor. Be careful to offer sound arguments for your position, including rebutting counter-arguments; quote outside materials to help support your position, as needed.
NOTE: In either case provide a reference list for the articles you consulted.

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Instructions: The final essay requires you to read 3 journal articles regarding

Instructions: The final essay requires you to read 3 journal articles regarding current challenges, problems, issues, etc. within the retail industry. You must choose one of the three articles and answer the questions associated with the article you selected. You must provide solution(s) to assist in alleviating the current problem or issue as well as provide a real-world example in the essay. Therefore, you must use the concepts, terms, and knowledge gained throughout the course to effectively address the current problem from a practitioner’s perspective in the retail industry. Your final essay must include:
□ Title page, introduction, conclusion, Reference page
□ 5-8 pages (this does not include the title and reference page)
□ Minimum of 5 references (one of which will be the article you choose to complete the essay)
The articles can be found in our online library.
Option 1:
Kumar, S., Anselmo, M.J., & Berndt, K.J. (2009). Transforming the retail industry: Potential and challenges with rfid technology. Transportation Journal, 48(4), p. 61.

The article discusses RFID technology within the retail industry as well as its unique challenges, problems, and issues. Read the article and answer the following questions.

Assignment Questions:
What are the challenges and issues facing RFID technology in the retail industry?
What do you see as solutions to these challenges and issues? Provide a real-world company or industry that will benefit from your solutions. Be specific.
Option 2:
Villarreal, B., Garcia, D. and Rosas, I. (2009). Eliminating transportation waste in food distribution: A case study. Transportation Journal, 48(4), p. 72.

The article discusses transportation waste in a food distribution company. Read the article. Then, choose a large retailer or distribution center you are familiar with in terms of their transportation processes. Describe their transportation network and answer the following questions.
Assignment Questions:
What are their levels of transportation waste? Describe in detail.
What do you see as solutions to remedy these transportation inefficiencies?
Option 3:
Li, X. and Olorunniwo, F. (2008). An exploration of reverse logistics practices in three companies. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, (13(5), pp. 381-386.

The article discusses the returns process in three different companies. A flow chart of a manufacturing facilities reverse logistics process is located on page 383. Read the article and review the flow chart. Then, answer the following questions.

Assignment Questions:
Does the reverse logistics process for a manufacturing company differ from a retail company’s reverse logistics process? Why? How?
What key factors or components do retail company’s need to consider in their reverse logistics process? Be specific. Provide a real-world retail company as an example.

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read the guideline carefully choose option one for this report you have to choo

read the guideline carefully
choose option one for this report
you have to choose a company from Oman .

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General Note: This paper’s main focus is on the actual story structure of your s

General Note: This paper’s main focus is on the actual story structure of your selected films. For example, is this a three act structure or five act structure Links to an external site.? What is the ordinary world setting, the inciting incident, climax, resolution, and character motivations? I’d also like for you to try to explore some of the Mise-en-Scene (props, lighting, costumes, acting style) elements of your selected film and tie that into your responses.
Assignment Criteria:
Narrative structure analysis- This style of paper includes looking into the film’s themes, plot, and motives. The analysis aims to identify three main elements: setup, confrontation, and resolution. You should find out or identify what kind of structure your film follows and what effect it creates.
* Times New Roman, 12 point font, double spaced, separate bibliography, all citations in MLA8 format, 5 pages MINIMUM – 7 pages MAXIMUM
FILM: “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind”
Thesis: In “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” film, we see a teenage boy living in a village with a drought problem. Because of his curiosity and his will to do better for his village, he was able to solve the drought problem. The film focuses on several topics such as grit, the government’s role, and despair for crimes.

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For Project 1, you will conduct a detailed Rhetorical Analysis of a text that ca

For Project 1, you will conduct a detailed Rhetorical Analysis of a text that calls for ACTION. You have so many choices! For example, you could select: Political Perspective/Text, Art as Argument (any genre), Social Media, Movie Speech, Article, Narrative (story – fiction or non-fiction), Podcast, Song, Comic, Meme, Poem, Etc.
Examples: https://stlcc.edu/student-support/academic-success-and-tutoring/writing-center/writing-resources/rhetorical-analysis-sample-essay.aspx
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Part 1: Planning is a very important step in the Writing Process. To get you started, please provide answers to the following questions:
Which text did you select and why? (Provide as much info as you can, such as the title of the text, the name of the author/artist/creator, the date created/published, etc.)
What is the rhetorical situation for this text? (purpose, intended audience, context)
Clearly state why/how this piece calls for action.
How will you approach this project as a “responsible researcher?”
Upload your “close” reading annotations for this project. You can do this electronically with commenting features OR upload a photo of a paper copy of your annotations.
Part 2: Upload your “close” reading annotations.
The following questions provide the info necessary to compose your rhetorical analysis. Let these questions guide your thinking & “Close” reading.
What is the rhetorical situation for this text? (Purpose, intended audience, and context.) How do you know this? What was going on in the world at this time? What issues does the text respond to?
What is the central message in the text? What kind of ACTION does the author/artist/creator want from the audience?
Which rhetorical strategies and appeals does the author use to call the audience to ACTION? Are these strategies effective? Why or why not?
You could examine choices and “moves” such as:
arrangement/organization
diction (word choice)
tone
voice/style
description/imagery
rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, logos)
narration, POV (point-of-view)
evidence
audio features (sound)
visual features (formatting, design, use of color, images, video, etc.)
Etc.

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PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT -The Control Process (Chapt. 16) & Course Wrapup: This

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT -The Control Process (Chapt. 16) & Course Wrapup:
This Discussion Board consists of two parts.
Part 1:
Imagine that you are the Food Truck owner that sells specialty gourmet sandwiches. You travel to local events throughout the state of Arkansas during the summer. Your goal for the summer is to make enough money to pay your college tuition next semester (assume a net profit goal of $3,000 or $1,000 per month for the three summer months of June, July, and August).
To ensure that your business successfully meets its goal, what are THREE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS that must be controlled? Explain why each one is important for business success. What STANDARD would you set for each of the three items? What METHOD of CONTROL would you use (feedback, feed-forward, or concurrent) for each item, and explain how you would use that method for each of the three controlled items?
Part 2: Post as a SEPARATE FINAL POST:
Answer the following questions:
1. What assignment (or assignments) in this course best helped you learn about Management? (e.g., Biz Café Simulation, Manager Interview, Quizzes, Discussion Boards, Self-Assessment paper, Final Case Analysis, Learning Journal, Article Presentation, Book Review, or other.) Explain why.
2. What course assignment helped you the most to prepare for your career? (e.g., Biz Café Simulation, Manager Interview, quizzes, Discussion Boards, Self-Assessment paper, Final Case Analysis, Learning Journal, Article Assignment, Book Review, or other.)? Explain why?
3. What would you change in the course to learn more about Management and better prepare you for your career?

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FIVE GLOBAL ISSUES>Food Insecurity,Homelessness, Human Trafficking, Health Dispa

FIVE GLOBAL ISSUES>Food Insecurity,Homelessness, Human Trafficking, Health Disparities & IDEA (Inclusiveness, Diversity, Equity, Access)
To qualify for this option you need to Inbox the professor with your proposal that should include the activities described below.
Food Insecurity,Homelessness, Human Trafficking, Health Disparities & IDEA (Inclusiveness, Diversity, Equity, Access)
alternatively may prepare a community service drive project.
It should be an effort to connect a business, workplace, club, association, or neighborhood with a non-profit agency (a cause) of social welfare that is fighting to reduce the impact of one or more of the five global social issues taught in the course. I like to recommend the Miami Rescue Mission and Broward Outreach Centers as the recipient charity but you may choose a different cause if you prefer; perhaps there is another charity closer to your home or that you already know and would prefer to support.
See examples below from the Miami Rescue Mission’s website on food, clothing or hygiene-products drives, however other ideas may be proposed as well.
Your alternative service-learning assignment is to develop a plan of action for your drive, prepare the promotional and collection bin materials, execute the drive, and deliver the proceeds to the designated charity. This is something you can do from home with friends and neighbors, or at your place work, place of worship, a club or another location.
Here are the steps you should follow for your project:
Determine the cause to be supported (Miami Rescue Mission, Broward Outreach Center, FIU Student Food Pantries, or any other).
Decide what will be the host organization or group: it could be a school, a place of worship, a business you work at, a fraternity/sorority/club you belong to, your apartment building or condo, or a large Friends & Family group.
What are your goals? Determine the target number or weight of food items, clothing items, etc. you hope to collect.
Will you engage other people in the organization or group in your drive? Who? What will be their roles?
Determine when you want your campaign to begin and end? For example, drives at work might be done from Monday to Friday to allow colleagues to notice the boxes and remember to bring something in the next day. A place of worship might be announced one weekend ahead of time for people to be aware and bring donations in the next.
Create a collection box, decorate it and include at least one photograph of that box in your assignment and post it on the class Facebook page.
Where will you place the collection box(es) for maximum exposure and convenience?
How will you transport the donations you collect to the shelter or food bank you have decided to support?
How will you announce or advertise your drive? There are many ways that you can spread the word about
your drive to potential participants such as creating an attractive poster for printing, blogs, social media and newsletters. You can hang printed posters around your office or building and place them on or near the collection boxes. You will need to to include these images in your assignment submission.
You could host a kick-off event to build excitement about your food, clothing or hygiene drive.
Consider making a contest out of it. See my example below from the Chaplin School campaign I organized Fall Semester.
Distribute flyers in employee mailboxes or send them home with students.
Include details about the drive and the cause in your group’s newsletter.
Send email or social media reminders to participants the day the drive begins
Take photos throughout your drive of items collected and post them to social media
Post progress updates throughout (see my thermometer example below).
Create graphics using free sites like Canva.com
Create a Facebook event and share it with your friends
Tag the cause in your posts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, etc.
Use hashtags like #endhunger, #fighthunger, #givehope, etc.
Submit a PowerPoint presentation that creatively addresses the bullet points listed above and includes your created poster graphics, a photo of the collection box(es), email and social media messaging. Create a shorter version of the same as a post on our class’ Facebook page.
Webpages from Miami Rescue Mission/Broward Outreach Center:
Food Drive (Links to an external site.)
Hygiene Drive (Links to an external site.)
Clothing Drive

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Directions: Read the source below and answer the questions. Your answers should

Directions:
Read the source below and answer the questions. Your answers should be longer than one sentence. Provide substance to receive full credit.
Questions to answer:
What is the main Idea behind this short story?
What does this short story tell us of the times?
Take a position: Pro-Temperance or anti-Temperance. What would you have done differently as the father?
Include an example from the primary sources to support your answer.
Temperance Pledge- Primary source .pdf
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