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Art and Design

For your Artifact Project Paper, you will need to achieve these goals:

1. Paper should be 6 pages long, not including the bibliography

2. Paper should describe the cultural context that the artifact was part of during the time of its manufacture and use. To do this you will have to utilize the identification provided (for example, Sican mask) and then do research on that culture/context (what is Sican? Where was the culture located? What time period? How was the society organized?)

3. Paper must utilize sources that extends our knowledge of the item beyond the artifact description provided on the DMA website

4. Paper should investigate the status of archaeological/historical sites in the presumed source area attributed to the artifact. Is this an area that has an active history of collecting and/or looting? Is it likely that the item was removed from an archaeological/historical site or context? If so, is there evidence of an active art/artifact market in this sort of item?

5. Paper should conclude with a discussion of the relevance of the item to art historical and/or archaeological knowledge. It is simply an artistic object, or does it have archaeological/historical importance?

Physical Environment, Group Size and Structure

This essay provides you an opportunity to apply the specific concepts of physical environment, group size and structure to actual situations in which you have or are currently involved.
General Requirements:
• Use of APA Format (including a title page)
• 3-4 typed pages in length
• Double spaced
• One (1) inch margins
• 12 point font
• Free of mechanical and grammatical errors
Specific Requirements:
Remember – Every writing assignment should have an Introduction, Body and Conclusion. Begin your essay with an INTRODUCTION which provides an overview statement for what you will be discussing. In the BODY, use the following questions below in fully developed paragraphs to guide you. CONCLUDE by wrapping up your ideas and restating the overview statement.
1. Describe a meeting area that you use at your place of work or other places where you participate in a group. (rectangle or round table, large or small room, projection capability, etc.).
We sit at a rectangle table, small room, yes projection capability
2. Is there a place at the meeting table that you consider your “territory?” Do you typically sit in the same chair when a meeting is conducted in this room? Describe your place in the arrangement?
Yes I sit in the same chair every time we go there for a meeting, Yes my territory, I sit in the back or what is considered the back of the room.
3. How does the seating arrangement during the meeting influence the discussion? How does it affect your participation?
I feel more comfortable in the back and as long as there is not a big group I participate just fine.
4. What is the size of the group? How does the size of the group influence the discussion? How does it affect you?
Depends on the day sometimes 20 sometimes 5. I participate when we have a smaller group.
5. How would you characterize the communication network during the meeting? How does it affect the work group?
Great communication, no affects
6. Are there any of these aspects that, if changed, would improve the group’s communication? Explain.
No our group meetings have great communication
The writing assignment will be evaluated using the Written Communication Rubric.
This assignment is worth 50 points.

Individual Project Assignment

Here is the Assignment requirement:
Select a new product/service. Product or service must not be more than 2 years old. Write a 1-page outline covering the following:
• position – its niche/value

• branding strategy

• follower or leader strategy

• internal strengths and financial-risk

Attach a picture or link showing the product; if using a service, attach a copy of brochures or promotional materials.

Research Critique

Assignment Criteria:

Select one of the following research articles for Assignment 2:

Underhill, M., Roper, K., Siefert, M., Boucher, J., & Berry, D. (2015). Evidence-based practice beliefs and implementation before and after an initiative to promote evidence-based nursing in an ambulatory oncology setting. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 12(2), 70-78.

Irwin, M., Bergman R., & Richards, R. (2013). The experience of implementing evidence-based practice change: A qualitative analysis. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 17(5), 544-549.

1. Select a research article;

2. Copy and paste the appropriate research critique grid found in Week 4 into a new Word document. (Attached below)
3. Complete each section of the research critique grid. The “Analysis” section of the research critique grid should be specific. Use
bullet points for this section and support each yes/no analysis with comments.
4. Critique the article and include the strengths and weaknesses.
5. The research critique grid should be added as an appendix to this paper.
6. The scholarly paper should be in narrative format 2-3 pages, excluding the title, reference and appendix pages.
7. Include an introductory paragraph, purpose statement, body (summary page) and a conclusion.
8. Include level 1 and 2 headings to organize the paper.
9. Write the paper in third person, not first person (meaning do not use ‘we’ or ‘I’) and in a scholarly manner. To clarify: I, we,
you, me, our may not be used. In addition, describing yourself as the researcher or the author should not be used.
10. Include the chosen article in the reference page.
11. APA format is required (attention to spelling/grammar, a title page, a reference page, and in-text citations).

Swiss Financial Model

SWIFISS: FROM PERFUME TO HAND SANITIZER2
In early 2020, Swifiss, a small Swiss manufacturer of cosmetics products, was approached by one of its
clients. The client queried whether the company could manufacture a hand sanitizing product. Philipp
Untersander, the CEO of Swifiss, quickly thought about the opportunity. Due to the Covid-19 crisis,
Swifiss’ orders for cosmetic products had declined by 80 per cent. Philipp decided to take up the new
product challenge. Within only two days, the company managed to develop, produce and present the
new product to its client. The client was excited about the product and so the company decided to set
up production and launch the new hand sanitizing product.
By 23 March 2020, the company had already produced and delivered 100,000 flacons of hand sanitizer.
The company sourced 9 tonnes of alcohol from a nearby brewery, and repurposed unused cosmetic
flacons as hand sanitizing flacons. The main customers for the new product line were regional
businesses (40%) and pharmacies and drug stores (60%) in the eastern part of Switzerland. Swisfiss
intended to continue producing the new product post Covid-19. In addition, the company planned to
develop some new hand cream to nurture hands, and a new soap that had special sanitizing ability.
Swifiss had three investors: Ernst Sutter, Christine Deppermann and Philipp Untersander. Together
they had acquired some production assets and employees from the bankrupt cosmetics producer
Intracosmed in August and September 2019 for CHF 20,000. In total, they invested CHF 3 million in
starting the new venture. The new business opened on 1 October 2019. The new venture employed 24
full-time and 8 part-time employees. The investor’s expected the company to achieve a turnover of
CHF 6.5 million by the end of 2020 and to break-even with a profit of around CHF 0.
Assignment Tasks
Create a simple financial model showing quarterly pro forma forecasts starting with the first
quarter ending on 31 March 2020. Use relevant information provided in the case study. You
may also use the comparables data for the Basic Chemicals sector shown in Exhibits 1 & 2 to
estimate the pro forma statements. Discuss the key underlying assumptions of your model.
Based on your forecast, also discuss whether the company requires additional funds.
[10 marks

A lab report on the fictional Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation study

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Abstract

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Method

Participants

Sixty participants took part in the study, 30 of whom were allocated to the hands condition (16 female, 14 male; aged 18-30 years; M = 24.03, SD = 3.33) and 30 of whom were allocated to the Shepard figures condition (15 female, 15 male, aged 18-29 years; M = 23.60, SD = 2.87). All participants were right-handed, had normal or corrected-to-normal vision, and had no history of psychological of neurological disorders.

Materials and Measures

A transcranial magnetic simulator (TMS) equipped with a figure eight coil was used. This was placed tangentially over the hand area of the left primary motor cortex with the handle pointing backward and rotated 45° away from the midline. Stimuli were presented on the 21” flat screen of a Dell PC using the Presentation Software Package. Stimuli were either Shepard figures (Shepard & Metzler, 1971) or hands (Bode et al., 2007) which were approximately constant in size (maximum of 10cm).

Procedure and Design

Participants were seated approximately 70 cm (+/- 4) from the computer screen. Their task was to mentally rotate the left object to see if it could be made to match the object on the right. A positive match could be made in half of the trials, whereas in the other half the object was mirrored. The degree of rotation necessary to come to either a “same” or “different” judgement ranged between 45° and 315° degrees. For each category there were three objects, each presented at four different viewing angles. All stimuli were shown twice, once for “same” and once for “different”, leading to 24 trials in total per block for each condition which were randomized.

Participants were instructed to mentally rotate each object in order to decide whether it was the same or different. They were asked to do this as quickly and accurately as possible indicating their decision using one of two buttons with their right hand. There were six experimental blocks which were preceded by a practice block. On odd blocks real TMS was applied (i.e., a TMS pulse was applied at random intervals). On even blocks sham TMS was applied (i.e., TMS coil is not discharged). An average mean RT for TMS blocks and Sham blocks, for both hands and Shepard Figures conditions was obtained and compared using a one-tailed paired samples t-test.

Result

Discussion

References

Optional Self-Assessment Form

Read through the assessment criteria and assess your own performance. Select the option you believe best represents how well you satisfied the criteria. Your tutor will not base your mark on this self-assessment in any way. This task is intended to help you better gauge your own progress and to identify your own personal strengths and weaknesses. (Note that this form counts as supplemental material and therefore should not be counted in the final word count).

Overall Impression    
In your judgment, what is the overall quality of the current work?  
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Literature Review (Relevance and Understanding) Provides a succinct and focused review of literature relevant to the problem.Summarizes key background information accurately and in appropriate detail. 10%
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Literature Review (Rationale) Develops a cogent rationale by critically evaluating the literature and explaining how the current study builds on prior research. 10%
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Aims and Hypotheses Outlines the purpose and scope of the study and generates specific hypotheses for testing. 5%
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Distribution System Report

This is a report analysis about POP UP STORES.
Firstly, analyse and explain pop up stores, and their importance within the fashion Industry. Why are they now so necessary?
Then, analyse the status quo of pop up stores, giving data based on how different Brands apply this format and how often. Also, it must be discussed whether this format is worth applying. Give examples with brands’ data.
Finally, conclude with an opini?n based in the data previously mentioned and consider if this format of distribution is going to increase or decrease. In other words, how do you foresee that this methodology will work in the future, and its worthiness for fashion brands.
Sources and data have to be linked to my other projects that analyse the Spanish shoe brand Camper, so data, unless it is very representative and adequate to the context, please use sources that are relevant, although not necessarily about shoes brands.
Add pictures if possible.

Womans Health Individual Project

As a practitioner, one of the main responsibilities is using all of your skills and knowledge of assessment to formulate differential diagnoses and appropriate plans of care for your patients.
Address the following using a minimum of 600 words:?
Choose 1 of the 5 case studies provided, and present your plan of care for the patient.
Document in SOAP format, and include references for your plan.
**ACTIVE LINK TO ARTICLES IS IN ATTACHMENT
**IGNORE REFERENCES LISTED IN ATTACHMENT

Hospitality In Different Cultures

PSY 430 – Cultural Psychology

Critical Analysis Essay of Cross Cultural Differences on Personality

Inquiry and Critical Thinking Rubric

In this analysis, students are expected to showcase the ability to engage in critical analysis of cross cultural differences on relationships.

Students will learn various modes of inquiry through interdisciplinary curricula—problem

posing, investigating, conceptualizing—in order to become active, self-motivated, and empowered learners.

Additional requirements:

  • Papers should be submitted in APA format, 5 to 7 pages with a minimum 5 references.
  • All papers should include an individual reflection on the experience. The reflection should come at the end of your paper and includes your learning after completing your critical analysis. This is different from your interpretation of the sections discussed within the paper.
  • Essays done as a group should be submitted individually with their personal reflection contained within their paper.

6 (Highest)—Consistently does all or almost all of the following: Accurately interprets evidence, statements, graphics, questions, etc. Identifies the salient arguments (reasons and claims) pro and con. Thoughtfully analyzes and evaluates major alternative points of view. Generates alternative explanations of phenomena or event.

Justifies key results and procedures, explains assumptions and reasons. Fair-mindedly follows where evidence and reasons lead.

Makes ethical judgments.

5—Does most the following:

Accurately interprets evidence, statements, graphics, questions, etc.

Thinks through issues by identifying relevant arguments (reasons and claims) pro and con. Offers analysis and evaluation of obvious alternative points of view.

Generates alternative explanations of phenomena or event. Justifies (by using) some results or procedures, explains reasons. Fair-mindedly follows where evidence and reasons lead.

Role of the United States in the Iranian Revolution

Essay: you will be required to submit 7 pages paper (double- spaced) and write about a topic of your choice.
I already chose a topic and I did a proposal in this website ill attach it anyways here

The topic should only cover what it has been taken in the class. so ill put the materials and the readings

I’ll attach the first and the last pages of the articles so you know which one thanks.
1- the united states in the middle east by michael c. Hudson

2- Structural Opportunity and Perceived Opportunity in Social-Movement Theory: The Iranian Revolution of 1979 Author(s): Charles Kurzman

Role of the United States in the Iranian Revolution The Iranian revolution of 1979 is one of the most important events in the history of the country. The revolution, which was planned and executed by Imam Ruhollah was the toppling point in the development of modern Iran (Kuzman, 1996). The most important part of this revolution is, however, that no one saw it coming. Even the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States thought that the president, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, could contain the protests (Hudson, 2005). Besides, several student organizations and Islamist movements supported this move in contrast to what the world had thought the people of Iran would react to the coup. It is essential to use the understanding of the Iranian revolution to explain how riots grow from both civilians and the politicians’ point of view. The research paper will discuss the events from 1977 up to 1979, creating a timeline of events leading to the revolution. It will analyze the reasons that led to the Iranian revolution, specifically the US involvement in Middle East politics.