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Is God Great” Debate

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Below is a video entitled, “Is God Great?” between famous atheist intellectual Christopher Hitchens, and Professor John Lennox of Oxford University. I would like for you to watch this debate and identify at least two (2) major points/arguments from each perspective and describe them clearly in 2-3 sentences each. Lastly, I would like for you to identify the debater with whom you agree & disagree with and write at least one (1) paragraph describing why you agreed/disagreed with that particular debater. Your paper should be organized this way…

  1. Debater 1

1st Major Point: 2-3 sentences
2nd Major Point: 2-3 sentences

  1. Debater 2

1st Major Point: 2-3 sentences
2nd Major Point: 2-3 sentences

  1. Agree (One Paragraph describing why; at least 3 sentences)
  2. Disagree (One Paragraph describing why; at least 3 sentences)

Managing human resources

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Managing human resources (populations) and the resources necessary to support them have increased in scope and difficulty in the modern era. Briefly describe the factors that lead to population growth and potential stabilization. How does human demographics influence population dynamics in more developed nations and less developed nations and what might this mean for future populations, economic and social growth, and how might these people be distributed? What do you see as the pros and cons of a large human population (brief) mostly living in cities? Are there too many or too few people? Why do you think this?

Several lines of evidence are used to determine past climate conditions over varying time periods from the last several decades to several centuries to hundreds of thousands to millions of years. What are some of these methods and what relative times do they address? How does the current rate of climate change compared to previous eras and what might be some consequences for non-human biodiversity? What might be some of the consequences of climate change for South Florida? How might regional effects of CC vary from global effects? How might YOU manage adaptation to the consequences of Climate Change in South Florida?

  1. About 3/4 of the world’s commercial energy comes from non-renewable fossil fuels. How do the major fossil fuels compare in terms of the relative NET energy and greenhouse gas emissions produced. What are some of the ecological and social consequences of reliance on fossil fuels and given the estimated global supplies in terms of longevity do you think we will transition away from them? What are the pros and cons of using gas from the Marcellus Shale and should fracking gases relative to other fossil fuels be encouraged or discouraged? Why or why not?

Compare The Ways In Which The Generic Codes And Conventions Of The Science Fiction Are Used

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Compare The Ways In Which The Generic Codes And Conventions Of The Science Fiction Are Used In ‘The Day The Earth Stood Still’ and ‘Independence Day’

Evaluating Reliability and Validity

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When tests are created, they usually are evaluated for their usefulness. To determine the usefulness of a test, the authors and/or publishers typically assess its psychometric properties. Psychometric properties refer to quantifiable characteristics of a test that relate to its statistical strength or weakness. The main two features that are used to determine whether or not a test is statistically “strong” are reliability and validity. As you recall from your textbook readings, there are various types of reliability and validity as well as various ways to quantify each.
For the present assignment, you will be evaluating the reliability and validity of the CES-D using the fictitious data set provided in Bb. In order to assess/quantify the reliability of the CES-D, you will be calculating a statistic called Cronbach’s Alpha. Cronbach’s Alpha is used to estimate a type of reliability called “internal consistency,” or the degree to which each test question consistently measures the same underlying construct(s). In order to assess/quantify the validity of the test, you will be calculating a statistic called Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient between total scores on the CES-D and scores on the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), another test designed to measure depressive symptoms. When researchers find the correlation between two tests designed to measure the same underlying construct(s), they are providing evidence for the “convergent validity” of the tests.
Before beginning your analyses, please review the 20 questions that comprise the CES-D Scale. When we sum participants’ scores on all 20 questions, we obtain a Total Score. Several researchers agree that, in addition to a total score, participants’ scores can be categorized into four (4) subscales: Depressive Affect (DA), Well-Being (W), Somatic (S), and Interpersonal (I) (e.g., Hertzog, Van Alstine, Usala, Hultsch, and Dixon, 1990; Knight, Williams, McGee, and Olaman, 1997). Each subscale comprises a different subset of questions and assesses a different feature of depressive symptomology. The table below indicates which questions on the CES-D Scale correspond to each subscale.

CES-D Subscales

DA = Depressive Affect, W = Well-being, S = Somatic, I = Interpersonal

Q#1 S Q#2 S Q#3 DA Q#4 W Q#5 S
Q#6 DA Q#7 S Q#8 W Q#9 DA Q#10 DA
Q#11 S Q#12 W Q#13 S Q#14 DA Q#15 I
Q#16 W Q#17 DA Q#18 DA Q#19 I Q#20 S

For this assignment, you will:

  1. Calculate measures of central tendency and variability for the total score and each of the four (4) subscale scores presented in the SPSS data file, and then create a single table (in Word) to present the descriptive statistics that you calculated.
  2. Create the appropriate graphs to illustrate the distribution of scores for the total score and each of the four (4) subscales. (Five graphs in total)
  3. Calculate Cronbach’s Alpha for the total scale and for each of the four subscales, and then create a single table to present the results of your reliability analyses.
  4. Calculate a Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient between the CES-D total scores and scores on the BDI, and then create a single table to present the results of your validity analysis.
  5. Write a verbal summary of all of your findings. This summary section will include 2 elements:
    a. Summarize the results of the descriptive, internal consistency, and validity analyses using the information compiled in the table(s)/figures.
    b. Interpret the values that you found from the various analyses.

Chap 26 Erm

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Chapters 26 and 27 presented mini-case studies on ERM and risk. Each one presented a slightly different risk scenario. There are two (2) questions this week.
Q1. For Chapter 26, what implications does the proposed merger create?
Q2. For Chapter 27 recommend ERM measures the organization should implement to enumerate, mitigate, and monitor the risks outlined in the chapter.

History 2

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Part one.
choose ONLY 1 essay question from the list below, which covers chapter 15 and part of chapter 16 in the textbook. Grades will be based on the content of the answer and must be more than 300 words in length. Direct quotes do not count toward the required word count.
Essay Questions:
1 – What did freedom mean for the ex-slaves? Be sure to address economic opportunities, gender roles, religious independence, and family security.
2 – Reconstruction witnessed profound changes in the lives of southerners, black and white, rich and poor. Explain the various ways that the lives of these groups changed. Were the changes for the better or worse?
3 – Stating that he “lived among men, not among angels,” Thaddeus Stevens recognized that the Fourteenth Amendment was not perfect. Explain the strengths and weaknesses of the Fourteenth Amendment. What liberties and freedoms did it extend in the nineteenth century—and to whom? How did it alter the relationship between the federal government and the states?
4 – Who were the Redeemers, what did they want, and what were their methods? How did the Redeemers feel that their freedom was being threatened by Radical Reconstruction? Conclude your essay with a comment on how you think the federal government should have responded to the Redeemers.
5 – Was Reconstruction a success or a failure? Or was it something in between? In your response, consider land policy, key legislation during Presidential and Radical Reconstruction, southern politics, racial and political violence, and northern “fatigue” with Reconstruction. Be sure to make clear what you mean by success and failure.
6 – The debate surrounding the creation and ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment divided one-time political allies over the matter of women’s suffrage. What were the arguments for and against including a woman’s right to vote in the Fifteenth Amendment? What did this debate say about the boundaries of freedom defined by Reconstruction?
7 – What role did the government play in defining, protecting, and/or limiting the liberty of American workers during the Gilded Age?
8 – Henry Demarest Lloyd wrote in Wealth against Commonwealth (1864), “Liberty and monopoly cannot live together.” Based on your knowledge of the Gilded Age and the industrial revolution, assess the validity of this statement.
9 – How did the labor movement launch a sustained assault on the understanding of freedom grounded in Social Darwinism and in the liberty of contract?
10 – Compare the motives and methods of the various social reformers active in the Gilded Age. How did the efforts of thinkers such as Henry George, Laurence Gronlund, and Edward Bellamy differ from those of the Protestant and Social Gospel reformers of the period? Were any of these approaches more successful than others? Why, or why not?

For part 3 of the Unit 1 Exam, choose ONLY 1 essay question from the list below, which covers part of chapter 16 and all of chapter 17 in the textbook. Grades will be based on the content of the answer and must be more than 300 words in length. Direct quotes do not count toward the required word count.
choose ONLY 1 essay question from the list below, which covers chapter 15 and part of chapter 16 in the textbook. Grades will be based on the content of the answer and must be more than 300 words in length. Direct quotes do not count toward the required word count.
Essay Questions:

1 – Sitting Bull stated, “The life my people want is a life of freedom.” Likewise, Chief Joseph simply asked the government for equal rights enshrined by the laws. Describe what freedom meant to the Indians and how that conflicted with the interests and values of most white Americans. Also, explain why white Americans did not allow Indians the opportunity to have American citizenship.
2 – The West experienced tremendous growth after the Civil War; nowhere was this more apparent than in California. Write an essay on the consequences of population growth on the western landscape, looking at farming, livelihoods, the impact of the railroad, the growth of Indian reservations, and the subjugation of Indian peoples.
3 – What might account for the emergence of a mythic “Wild” West during the Gilded Age? Given the rapid post–Civil War expansion of industry beyond the Mississippi River, why would perceptions of a West, at once a lawless but timeless romantic frontier dominated by cowboys and Indians, permeate American popular culture in the late nineteenth century? (In composing your answer, consider the impact of the second industrial revolution.)
4 – Explain why Americans increasingly came to feel that they were being denied economic independence and democratic self-government during the late nineteenth century.
5 – How did the Populists seek to rethink the relationship between freedom and government to address the crisis of the 1890s? Why was their platform considered radical? How did their platform seek to guarantee freedom?
6 – Chronicle the process that developed in the South of chipping away the freedoms granted to blacks during Reconstruction. Give careful consideration to how the Civil War was remembered by white America. By 1900, what conditions did African-Americans in the South face? How did they respond to these conditions?
7 – Analyze the consequences of American rule in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines. Did the citizens prosper? Enjoy freedom? Accept American rule? Comment on the consequences for the United States with regard to the statement made by Eric Foner in the text: “Thus, two principles central to American freedom since the War of Independence—no taxation without representation and government based on the consent of the governed—were abandoned when it came to the nation’s new possessions.”
8 – Explain the controversy that the war in the Philippines and the annexation of the Philippines triggered over the relationship between political democracy, race, and American citizenship.
9 – Discuss some of the freedoms and restrictions experienced by American women after 1880. How did some women’s lives seem to change for the better, while others’ did not? How would you explain the disparity of their situations? Support your answer with specific examples from the text.
10 – Discuss the many obstacles faced by Chinese immigrants to the United States in the late nineteenth century. Among the immigrant groups arriving in the United States in the late nineteenth century, how were arrivals from China singled out for particular discrimination by Americans? Why do you think the Chinese received such unique treatment?

PhD TIM-Analyze Approaches To DSS Management

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For this task, you will create generalized DSS management diagrams that can represent DSS management approaches. Specifically, you will analyze popular approaches to DSS management by researching three key approaches. You will provide an overview of three top DSS management approaches and at least three to six organizations that use the trends in the support and management of the organization’s data.
For each approach analyzed, be sure to include:
• The benefit of the approach.
• A concise summary of its contents.
• An analysis of the contribution’s unique characteristics.
• Your critical analysis of the approaches strengths and weaknesses.
• A comparative analysis to other trends
Ensure an intuitive correlation and reference to any works other than those directly annotated that provide additional breadth and depth to the subject matter.

For part 2

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choose ONLY 1 essay question from the list below, which covers chapters 20 and 21 in the textbook. Grades will be based on the content of the answer and must be more than 300 words in length. Direct quotes do not count toward the required word count.

Part 2 Essay Questions:

1 – After World War I and more than twenty years of reform, Americans became much more conservative in the 1920s. In fact, Reinhold Niebuhr stated that America was “rapidly becoming the most conservative nation on earth.” Give examples that defend this perception of America as conservative in the 1920s.

2 – The 1920s are commonly referred to as the Roaring Twenties. Document who was and who was not “roaring” in the 1920s. Your answer ought to illustrate the dichotomy of the decade.

3 – The 1920s present a time when an entire people was grappling with massive technological and social change. Americans spent the decade seeking to adapt to the rise of a mass-production, mass-culture metropolitan world that had emerged seemingly overnight. Discuss the decade in these terms, describing the many ways in which Americans sought to deal with this change.

4 – Would you describe the 1920s as a decade that benefited women? Why, or why not? Remember to consider the experience of all women when composing your answer.

5 – The Great Depression came dramatically with the stock market crash, but the causes of the Depression had been planted well before 1929. Discuss what brought on the Great Depression and why Hoover was not able to properly address the crisis.

6 – Analyze how FDR oversaw the transformation of the Democratic Party into a coalition of farmers, industrial workers, the reform-minded urban middle class, liberal intellectuals, northern African-Americans, and the white supremacist South.

7 – How did the New Deal alter the role of the national government? In your answer, discuss specific New Deal reforms.

8 – Compare the New Deal reforms with those of the Progressive era. How did the New Deal reflect the reform traditions of the Progressive era? Be sure to include in your answer a discussion about Roosevelt’s key administrators.

9 – Thinking back to other labor struggles in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, such as the Homestead Strike, Haymarket Affair, 1902 Coal Strike, and Ludlow Massacre, how do the Memorial Day Massacre and the UAW sit-down strikes compare? Had organized labor become any more sophisticated over the years in its tactics? Had business or government become any more sympathetic?

10 – Even though there were no significant gains made in civil rights during the 1930s, there seemed to be an optimistic view among the black community. African-Americans were able to find help in the 1930s through the hope they viewed in the Roosevelt administration, their inclusion within the Congress of Industrial Organizations, and the Popular Front. Write an essay that elaborates on these three pillars, and discuss what each offered to the African-American community.


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choose ONLY 1 essay question from the list below, which covers chapters 18 and 19 in the textbook. Grades will be based on the content of the answer and must be more than 300 words in length. Direct quotes do not count toward the required word count.

Part 1 Essay Questions:

1 – In what ways was the Progressive era a period that saw both the expansion and the restriction of political and economic freedoms?

2 – Analyze the various roles women played during the Progressive era, from social reformer, to feminist, to suffragist. How did various women define freedom? Be sure to distinguish between different types of women and include the “Voices of Freedom” excerpt in your answer.

3 – Freedom of expression was given new meaning by labor in the Progressive age. Thinking back to previous chapters, compare the various movements to expand the meaning of freedom of expression—from the Alien and Sedition Acts to the abolitionists in the antebellum era—with the labor movement in the Progressive age. Use the “Voices of Freedom” piece.

4 – Compare the Populist and Progressive movements. Critically analyze why the Progressive movement seemed to have more success. What were the limitations of the Populist movement?

5 – Compare the presidencies of Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson. What made them Progressive presidents? Identify what you believe to be the most important pieces of legislation passed during each administration. Why are these so significant? Finally, be sure to indicate what each president did to expand the meaning of freedom for Americans.

6 – Explain how Americans used the language of freedom when discussing foreign policy. Look specifically at the foreign policies of Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson in your answer. Did the meaning of freedom change with each administration or stay constant?

7 – It is April 1917, you are a member of Congress, and President Wilson wants a declaration of war. Justify your vote for or against war with Germany.

8 – Examine the restrictions placed on freedom during World War I. Be sure to analyze Debs’s piece in “Voices of Freedom,” the Committee on Public Information, and “coercive patriotism.”

9 – Compare the political ideas of W. E. B. Du Bois and Marcus Garvey. What were the similarities (if any)? What were the differences?

10 – Examine and analyze Woodrow Wilson’s ideas about foreign policy. To what extent did Wilson put into practice his stated ideas?

Why did the Western Europeans reach energy accords with the Russians in the 1970s and early 1980s.

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• In retrospect it seems obvious, but exactly how and why did Eastern European countries come to depend on Russian oil and natural gas after World War II?
• Why did the Western Europeans reach energy accords with the Russians in the 1970s and early 1980s, building large-scale natural gas import infrastructures and increasing their dependence on Russian gas?


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