Brief History of Basketball in the United States Society Research Paper

Assignment Paper #1: For this paper the student will choose a specific sport e.g. tennis, basketball, swimming, soccer, and write a brief history of that particular sport in American society.

Assignment Focus: The papershould consist of 4-5 pages of double spaced, typed pages and should follow APA styles.

Additionally, this assignment will help you develop your information literacy skills. You will inquire on issues such as the following: Why is it important to learn about this topic? Which methods best express your interest in analyzing the history of this sport in America? What do you think your conclusion might be, such as the following: “How important is basketball to African American youth in urban neighborhoods?” Or, “What sports serves the elderly best?” You will hand in a list of resources you may use for this paper. You can choose from academic sports journals, books, or web social media sources. Due on canvas, on the date that is stated in the syllabus. Your paper will be graded on the following criteria: – Clear and accurate citations for the journals and sites you chose – Appropriate choice of journals and sites – Rational and well-balanced.

Uber case study, detailed write up to the below questions

Uber questions:

1. What were the options that Uber had at their disposal when dealing with the regulatory challenges they face when entering a new market? What are the pros & cons of each option?

2. How would you expect local taxi operators to Uber’s entry into their market(s)? Why?

3. If you were Uber, what would be your approach when entering a new market? Speak specifically to how you would you address (a) regulations, (b) competition, and (c) marketing.

Research Paper using MLA Style, write 4 pages!

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Research Paper using MLA Style 

The production of this research paper is the primary focus of this course. Half of your course grade relates to the components of the paper and the paper itself. The paper will need to be a minimum of 4 full pages and a maximum of 9 pages in standard class format (Work Cited page does not count toward page length). Papers that fall short of the minimum length will receive a grade reduction. I will distribute possible essay topics (topics will grow from our readings and discussions) and a specific assignment sheet later in the semester. For now, you should know that the final submission of your research paper will need to include the following elements:

1. A typed abstract (200 – 250 words)

2. A typed, thorough, developed, sentence outline

3. A typed first draft (minimum 5 pages)

4. A typed second draft showing revision from Draft #1 (minimum 4 pages)

5. A typed, annotated bibliography (5-7 entries)

6. A typed final version showing improvement from Draft # 2 and with a Works Cited page (no cover page)

7. Copies of all your sources

8. All elements should be presented in a folder.

Potential penalties: Each draft should show significant improvement from the preceding one (in other words, you cannot just print out two versions of the same essay and call one a “draft”!). Your paper will receive a 10 point penalty for each missing or insufficient draft. The paper will receive a 10 point penalty for a missing Works Cited page. The paper WILL NOT be graded until copies of your sources are submitted and late penalties will apply.

Report check the link on the description

Go to: http://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/

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Write a 2-3 page (minimum) summary of the current state of America’s infrastructure as graded by ASCE. What are the major areas and what are their grades? Focus your discussion on those sectors that deal with water (environmental), transportation, bridges, energy, and waste. What type of investment is needed by the US to improve the nation’s infrastructure and what will be the responsibility of Civil Engineers?

Single-space , 12 font, any images and citations used should be properly referenced (APA style). Upload to Blackboard via the CEGR 106 course site.

Papers should be original and not copied in any way. Paper will be checked via Blackboard’s SafeAssign, please aim for 20% or lower. Above 20% and without proper citation, your grade will be impacted.

Customer Satisfaction in a manufacturing setting, Article Writing Question

Topic:  Customer Satisfaction in a manufacturing setting

Instruction: This presentation should highlight the features of the research, summary of secondary resources, sampling plan, questionnaire format, and expected results. Use visual aids (e.g., Microsoft® PowerPoint® slides, overhead transparencies, etc.). Also, please include references.

200 to 250 words

Research Report 

  • Introduction— All relevant details about a virtual company or workplace.  Start with an overview, and provide the details necessary for understanding the problem you have chosen to study.

Please watch library tutorial #1. The tutorial is linked to at the top of the list ofContent items

The following task is designed to help you become familiar with UMUC’s Information and Library Services. Completing this exercise might help you get started on developing a topic for the white paper.

Please watch library tutorial #1. The tutorial is linked to at the top of the list ofContent items for this week.

The tutorial is designed to demonstrate some searching strategies when finding articles through OneSearch, a research tool that allows you to search on many databases at one time.

After you have watched the tutorial, please complete the following tasks. Post your responses to this conference thread.

Let us assume you work for a company that is hiring more and more employees of the millennial generation.

Your supervisor has asked you to conduct research on issues regarding employees from the millennial generation. For example, she mentions that millennial individuals may have different expectations of the work environment from those of workers from older generations. In addition, she mentions that millennials have different habits with regard to their use of technology than workers from older generations exhibit.

The instructions you have been given by your supervisor are quite broad. But let us assume that this is the directive you have been given.

For this reason, you will conduct a very general search on millennials and their work or technology habits. You are not quite sure how to focus the topic, but you know that you would like to pursue this general topic and focus it later.

1. Search on some terms and find four articles on this topic. Your search can be quite broad at this stage. Try to use some search phrases that require that you use quotation marks, as the video demonstrates.

Please write the topic on which you searched and the search terms you used to search on it.

2. In addition, for the four articles you found, please write titles of the four articles and the journals in which they appeared. You don’t have to cite anything in APA format, or anything of that nature. Just post the titles and the journal names.

research policy about tobacco

hello i have a task………., Policy research essay – 40% – Critically examine an international health agency policy challenge related to themes and topics covered in the course. Data is to be gathered through traditional means (i.e. academic journals), via grey sources (governmental and NGO organizational literature), the media (if applicable) and observation of a related public event (speeches/public lectures, political debates, rallies, etc.) that can be done in-person or over the Internet. The paper should cover the following areas: 1) contextualize the policy “challenge” by discussing the history of the challenge and past approaches to rectify the challenge; 2) provide an overview of current policy and programming approaches; 3) discuss how you gathered data (traditional and observational) to address the policy challenge; 4) explain the analysis/results of your research; and 5) conclude the paper with an informed critique of current policy which draws upon recommendations from your own research and existing scholarship. Length: 10 pages.

10pages APA

Assignment 3: Recruiting, writing homework help

****PLEASE NO PLAGIARISM

***I JUST NEED THE CONTENT OF THE PRESENTATION, I CAN DO THE POWERPOINT

Assignment 3: Recruiting

Due Week 5 and worth 200 points

As an HR Manager, imagine you are presenting a new global recruiting strategy to the Chief Human Resource Officer of your company. Choose only one of the following countries: Germany

Greece,

Portugal

South Africa

Morocco

Ghana

Canada

Mexico

Jamaica

Japan

South Korea

Saudi Arabia

Brazil

Australia

Research business strategies for recruiting in your chosen region. Identify the top three to five (3-5) factors that would need to be considered when recruiting in the country you chose. Close with a persuasive summary on why you believe these factors are important. Close with a persuasive summary that explains why these factors are important. Demonstrate your findings to the Chief Human Resource Officer of your company in the form of a PowerPoint presentation.

Create a four to eight (4-8) slide PowerPoint in which you:

  1. Summarize your findings about recruiting in your selected countries listed above.You have the option to record a narration in the presentation for Assignment 3.
  2. Identify the top three to five (3-5) factors that would need to be considered when recruiting in your chosen region.
  3. Develop a persuasive closing summary that describes why the factors you identified are important.
  4. Include links or references to one to three (1-3) quality resources based on your research. Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as quality resources.
  5. Format your assignment according to the following formatting requirements:
    1. Format the PowerPoint presentation with headings on each slide and one (1) relevant graphic (photograph, graph, clip art, etc.). Ensuring that the presentation is visually appealing and readable from up to 18 feet away. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
    2. Include a title slide containing the title of the assignment, your name, your professor’s name, the course title, and the date.
    3. Use the APA format to reference your work, including in-text references when necessary. See the APA Guide located in the Student Center tab.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Analyze international business strategy to identify human resource requirements and formulate supporting HRM plans that can improve productivity and contribute to the firm’s competitiveness.
  • Propose staffing alternatives for foreign operations and address the considerations for the use of expatriates versus localization or third-country nationals.
  • Assess recruiting and selection strategies that can be used to effectively meet organizational requirements for operating in multiple countries.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in global HRM.
  • Write clearly and concisely about global HRM using proper writing mechanics.

Nutrition article Presentation

Student will present one research article selected from nutrition journals such as the Journal of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Journal of Nutrition, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, etc. References are acceptable within the last 7 – 8 years. You can use Power Point for your presentation and make sure to talk about Justification for research, Methods, Results, and Discussion (10 – 15 minutes). I NEED POWER POINT AND A PAPER TO EXPLAIN THE ARTICLE. Please try to choose an easy article so i can understand it and explain it to my mates

read the writings of one artist from a list provided, writing homework help

DIRECTIONS: 

You will read the writings of one artist from a list provided. They will identify their artist and provide the citation at the top of the post. For example, Carl Andre, “Preface to Stripe Painting (1959),” in Stiles and Selz, Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996), 124. 

You will then outline that artist’s goals and concerns in relation to one artwork by the artist or author. They will include two direct quotations from the artist’s writing and appropriately cite their sources using parenthetical citations. Embedded hyperlinks to other relevant sites or to other images, quotations, and terms may be necessary; kudos for including them. Remember the benefit of this web-based writing is that you can link to the entire internet! Utilize those resources in adding to the content of your individual post! 

You will post their 350-word response, along with an active hyperlink to the image they chose. They must include the hyperlink along with caption information (Artist, title, date. Medium, dimensions, location, copyright information). 

For example: In Nam June Paik’s Electronic Superhighway: Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, 1995, Paik created a fifty-one channel video installation (including one closed-circuit television feed), and utilized custom electronics, neon lighting, steel and wood. The work is approximately 15 x 40 x 4′ and is located at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. (© Nam June Paik Estate) 

Since these are online forever (!), Dr. Slipp reserves the right to ask you to edit your text or work with Tori. 

Artist texts: choose one – 

Gestural Abstraction: David Smith, Statements, Writings (1947-52). 

Geometric Abstraction: Ellsworth Kelly, Notes of 1969. 

Figuration: Magdalena Abakanowicz, Statements (1979-94). 

Pop: Andy Warhol, Warhol in his own words: Untitled statements (1963-87). 

Art & Technology: Nam June Paik, Afterlude to the Exposition of Experimental Television (1964).

 Installations: James Turrell, Mapping Spaces (1987). 

Process: Eva Hesse, Untitled statements (1968, 1969, n.d.).

 Performance Art: Allan Kaprow, Untitled Guide for Happenings (c. 1965). 

A blog post example:

 When is a stripe just a stripe? Andre on Stella 

Carl Andre, “Preface to Stripe Painting (1959),” in Stiles and Selz, Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996), 124. 

Minimalist Carl Andre wrote the short text “Preface to Stripe Painting” in 1959 for Dorothy C. Miller’s Sixteen Americans catalogue, published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA). In it, Andre outlines his view of fellow artist Frank Stella’s stripe paintings, such as The Marriage of Reason and Squalor, II (1959), a series of works that organize freehand black enamel paint stripes into linear configurations. For Andre, Stella’s work is subjectless; or, to put it another way, the subject is only the stripe. Andre writes: “There is nothing else in the painting.” (124) Andre seems to support Stella’s interest in the selfreflexive nature of painting, stating that the works are “not symbolic,” or expressive. (124) Instead, the stripes only evoke “the paths of brush on canvas” and therefore “lead only into painting.” (124) For Andre, Stella’s paintings are about painting; about the action of mark making. He privileges the control of the artist’s hand on the brush as it touches the canvas. In a larger context, Andre’s writing supports the central goals of the minimalist movement, a “style that uses pared-down elements” to explore the limits of the expressive capabilities of the medium. Indeed, he opens his text by stating: “Art excludes the unnecessary.” (124) 

While Andre is writing about fellow artist Frank Stella, we could easily apply this interest in the “medium as the message,” to quote Marshall McLuhan, to Andre’s own minimalist sculptures of the late-1960s. For example, Andre’s 144 Lead Square of 1969 is comprised of 144 one-foot square tiles of lead organized into a twelve by twelve grid and laid on the floor. When assembled, the grid therefore measures 12 foot by 12 foot and is located at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. This sculpture is all about materials and, like Stella’s stripes, was one in a series of works. Andre made six square sculptures each of a different material: aluminum, steel, zinc, magnesium, copper, and lead. Each work “presented [the materials] in their raw state.” The sculptures also embraced the rigid precision of the gridded form of the tiles. Finally, the artwork was about the floor itself and about flatness, as visitors were invited to walk upon the sculpture in the gallery. If, in his 1959 text, Andre had supported Stella’s interest in the formal qualities of the painted stripe, by 1969 he too had “excluded the unnecessary” in his own work in order to focus exclusively on material (different metals) and on form (the square).

 – Naomi

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The example text: 

“Art excludes the unnecessary. Frank Stella has found it necessary to paint stripes. There is nothing else in his painting. 

Frank Stella is not interested in expression or sensitivity. He is interested in the necessities of painting. 

Symbols are counters passed among people. Frank Stella’s painting is not symbolic. His stripes are the paths of brush on canvas. These paths lead only into painting.” 
Carl Andre, “Preface to Stripe Painting (1959),” in Stiles and Selz, Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996), 124.