Doing Sociology #2 – Family Troubles in Film BACKGROUND Family relations have long been the basis of good comic, tragic, and dramatic films. This assignment asks you to examine family dynamics a…

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Doing Sociology #2 – Family Troubles in Film BACKGROUND Family relations have long been the basis of good comic, tragic, and dramatic films. This assignment asks you to examine family dynamics and, more specifically, family troubles, as depicted in a feature film. The following films depict a variety of family trouble: marital issues, divorce, domestic ….  Read More

watch those two video’s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOFEX5uGPrQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNoUHO0jwMc Your memo will involve using panel data; it will not be a time series. That m…

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watch those two video’s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOFEX5uGPrQ Your memo will involve using panel data; it will not be a time series. That means that each observation will be a different state or country with measurements taken at (more or less) the same time. Be sure to: Discuss why your argument is worth making Explain why you think ….  Read More

This module’s assignment requires you to analyze a media entity of your choice in regards to its structure, functionality, and engagement with audience’s and the encouragement of audience response …

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This module’s assignment requires you to analyze a media entity of your choice in regards to its structure, functionality, and engagement with audience’s and the encouragement of audience response and interpretation. This is a multi-part assignment. First, you will need to find a media entity (tv show, movie, book, band, brand, etc) that stands as ….  Read More

A food commodity is something that is produced to be sold in the market. Go to your cupboards, refrigerator or freezer and pick your favourite pre-packaged food. It can be anything in a can, box or…

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A food commodity is something that is produced to be sold in the market. Go to your cupboards, refrigerator or freezer and pick your favourite pre-packaged food. It can be anything in a can, box or other packaging that with minimal preparation is practically ready to eat. You will undertake an analysis of this food ….  Read More

Dicector Role – Anees Noor (Classmate) Planner Role – Me VP – Thai Cao (Classmate) Office – Amany Elraheb (Classmate) Each member of the class will critique his/her own negotiating strategies/tact…

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Dicector Role – Anees Noor (Classmate) Planner Role – Me VP – Thai Cao (Classmate) Office – Amany Elraheb (Classmate) Each member of the class will critique his/her own negotiating strategies/tactics, as well the strategies/tactics of 1) a teammate and 2) colleagues on the other team. In these critiques, the debriefings of the exercises as ….  Read More

You just received a promotion. However, before you can accept your new position, you must provide your successor (or replacement) with instructions on how to complete one of your tasks for which y…

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You just received a promotion. However, before you can accept your new position, you must provide your successor (or replacement) with instructions on how to complete one of your tasks for which you will no longer complete. Your replacement is not familiar with excel so you want to provide clear instructions. List steps and excel ….  Read More

Advantages and Limitations of the U.S. Health Care Delivery System (CLO 1, 5) No country in the world has a perfectly balanced health care delivery system. Certain aspects of a healthcare system m…

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Advantages and Limitations of the U.S. Health Care Delivery System (CLO 1, 5) No country in the world has a perfectly balanced health care delivery system. Certain aspects of a healthcare system may be advantageous to some stakeholders, while presenting inefficiencies or challenges to other groups. The United States has a unique system of healthcare ….  Read More

Introducing the idea (1-1.5 pages) Points: 10 (10.00%) The topic is introduced, and groundwork is laid as to the direction of the article. Points: 7 (7.00%) Readers are aware of the overall proble…

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Introducing the idea (1-1.5 pages) Points: 10 (10.00%) The topic is introduced, and groundwork is laid as to the direction of the article. Points: 7 (7.00%) Readers are aware of the overall problem, challenge, or topic of the article Points: 3 (3.00%) Neither implicit nor explicit reference is made to the topic or purpose of ….  Read More

Thomas McEvilley writes in his essay, ART/artifact: What Makes Something Art?, (found on Blackboard): In asking, then, ‘What makes something art?,’ we implicitly suggest that either context or so…

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Thomas McEvilley writes in his essay, ART/artifact: What Makes Something Art?, (found on Blackboard): In asking, then, ‘What makes something art?,’ we implicitly suggest that either context or some element in the nature of the thing itself makes the difference. (p 166) What do you think makes something art? Is it the context within which ….  Read More