poetic devices

poetic devices

Note

Do not provide a formal introduction and a thesis statement placed at the beginning — just jump right in and explicate the poem. State your thesis in your conclusion. This way you will have argued towards your conclusion/thesis.

(a) cover ALL the relevant poetic devices (including the form of the poem and, if applicable, how  that form contributes to how the poem works)

AND

(b) explain and show accurately, with textual analysis, what is happening in the poem and how it happens

Do not provide a formal introduction and a thesis statement placed at the beginning — just jump right in and explicate the poem. State your thesis in your conclusion. This way you will have argued towards your conclusion/thesis.

American History

Latin American History

Note

Answer the following questions: (minimum 300 words)

Document that must be use is attached to this post.

A social movement

A social movement

Explore what a social movement is based on the readings and videos for the week.  Thinking critically about what you have studied, do you agree in the approaches for studying Social Movements?  Why or why not?  Be as specific as possible.  Do you agree that the classifications of Social Movements adequately categorize most or all Social Movements?  Again, explain why or why not.  

Note

750 words,

social problem

synopsis of the social problem

Submit a 2- to 3-page proposal that addresses the following:

  • Provide a brief synopsis of the social problem you selected in Week 2.
  • Provide a brief synopsis of the policy you selected in Week 4.
  • Explain your selection of a policy—why, as a policy advocate, did you select this specific policy to promote change regarding the social problem?
  • Identify the person or group who enacted the policy and explain their motivation or reason for advocating for this policy. How does the reason differ from your own advocacy and change goals?
  • Describe the ways in which the policy impacts the populations and discuss the consequences—intended and unintended. Hint: Build on your answer to the following part of your Week 4 Assignment:
    • Explain how this policy affects clients you might see in a clinical setting and why, as a clinical social worker, it would be important to advocate for change.
  • Describe your initial work to change the policy (i.e., plan for social advocacy).

Note

Be sure to incorporate the sources you found using standard APA format.

 

Strategic Decision

Strategic Decision Making 

Requirements:

  • Provide a 500 word (or 2 pages double spaced) minimum reflection.
  • Use of proper APA formatting and citations. If supporting evidence from outside resources is used those must be properly cited.
  • Share a personal connection that identifies specific knowledge and theories from this course.
  • Demonstrate a connection to your current work environment. If you are not employed, demonstrate a connection to your desired work environment.
  • You should NOT, provide an overview of the assignments assigned in the course. The assignment asks that you reflect how the knowledge and skills obtained through meeting course objectives were applied or could be applied in the workplace.

Provide a reflection of at least 500 words (or 2 pages double spaced) of how the knowledge, skills, or theories of Course Strategic Decision Making have been applied, or could be applied, in a practical manner to your current work environment. If you are not currently working, share times when you have or could observe these theories and knowledge could be applied to an employment opportunity in your field of study.

Case Study

Case Study

You are working in the emergency department when a 15-year-old female presents with obvious bruising of the face and upper extremities. She is crying and reports that her boyfriend punched her in the face and grabbed her by the arms last night during a fight they had.

Complete the questions

What are your priority actions?
What anticipatory guidance should the nurse provide to this client regarding intimate partner violence?
Being a mandated reporter, who should the nurse notify regarding this incident?
What support is available for this client after discharge from the emergency room?

foster public and private partnerships

Management strategies

List two management strategies that can use applied to foster public and private partnerships. Provide an example of an existing public/private partnership that you think is successful. In replies to peers, discuss whether you agree or disagree with your peers’ assessment of the existing partnership or provide another example of a similar partnership based upon your own workplace experience.

Qualitative Research

 Qualitative Research Plan

Description for this assessment task, you are required to choose a research topic and plan a  qualitative study to address the topic you have chosen.

Your assessment must include the following Instructions:

1. Background (approximately 500 words): discuss the background for this qualitative study and provided justification for why the research is needed (supported by high quality contemporary literature).

2. Research Question (approximately 100 words): state a qualitative research question on the selected topic that clearly identifies the study population and phenomenon of interest.

3. Methods (approximately 700 words):

4. Describe an appropriate methodology to address the research question for this qualitative study.

5. Describe the study population, eligibility criteria, study sample and sampling method for this qualitative study.

6. Data Collection: Describe how you will collect data for this qualitative study (supported by high quality contemporary literature).

7. Study limitations and rigour (approximately 150 words): discuss the rigour/trustworthiness and limitations for this qualitative study (supported by high quality contemporary literature).

8. Ethical Considerations (approximately 150 words): Discuss the ethical implications for this qualitative study including vulnerable populations (such as indigenous peoples) where applicable (supported by high quality contemporary literature and relevant state or national research polices).

Note

References: using APA 7th referencing style

Black Food Geographies

Black Food Geographies

In a word document, answer the information below then upload. For all quotes or paraphrases, you must give the author credit by including a page number(s).

  1. Summary. Summarize the book very briefly.  What is the book about?  What time period, event, controversy, person, etc. does it cover?  This can be done with a statement of “what and how” about the book. (For example: In his allegorical novel, Lord of the Flies, William Golding writes about [what?] the evil side of man [how?] by describing what happens to a group of young boys who are marooned on a desert island.)
  2. Author Info. You can present information about the author and their background, qualifications, or philosophy.
  3. Theme/Thesis. Finally, state your specific theme.  (Example: Nancy Shoemaker argues that Native American women adapted their cultural tradition and gender roles to seek power in Euro-American society.) What do you think is the main thesis of the book?  What is the author’s main argument?  What main point do you think the author is trying to get across? (Hint: The author’s thesis is usually stated in the introduction or preface to the book.)

Choose three points to highlight about the book.

  1. Point One
    1. Statean idea about your theme clearly (generalization).  (Example: “The Pima and Maricopa women of the Salt River Community were empowered through involvement.)
    2. Supporteach of your generalizations with specific details from the story (evidence). (Example:  As Hoikkala states, “Pima-Maricopa women’s responses to their work… attested to a significant change in their attitudes about themselves and the community.” (225))  Include page numbers in parentheses after quoting the author or citing an example.  You do not need to include the author’s name since you will only be dealing with one source.
    3. Explainhow each of these specific details proves your point (interpretation). (Example: The positive reaction of the women of this tribe shows how involvement through work empowered the Salt River women.)
  2. Point Two
    1. Statean idea about your theme clearly (generalization).  (Example: “The Pima and Maricopa women of the Salt River Community were empowered through involvement.)
    2. Supporteach of your generalizations with specific details from the story (evidence). (Example:  As Hoikkala states, “Pima-Maricopa women’s responses to their work… attested to a significant change in their attitudes about themselves and the community.” (225))  Include page numbers in parentheses after quoting the author or citing an example.  You do not need to include the author’s name since you will only be dealing with one source.
    3. Explainhow each of these specific details proves your point (interpretation). (Example: The positive reaction of the women of this tribe shows how involvement through work empowered the Salt River women.)
  3. Point Three
    1. Statean idea about your theme clearly (generalization).  (Example: “The Pima and Maricopa women of the Salt River Community were empowered through involvement.)
    2. Supporteach of your generalizations with specific details from the story (evidence). (Example:  As Hoikkala states, “Pima-Maricopa women’s responses to their work… attested to a significant change in their attitudes about themselves and the community.” (225))  Include page numbers in parentheses after quoting the author or citing an example.  You do not need to include the author’s name since you will only be dealing with one source.
    3. Explainhow each of these specific details proves your point (interpretation). (Example: The positive reaction of the women of this tribe shows how involvement through work empowered the Salt River women.)
  4. Success – Does the author succeed in proving the stated thesis/theme? Is this book convincing to you?  Did you enjoy it?  Was it helpful to understand the topic of the book?

5. Critique – What are the holes or problems in the author’s book?  What does the author overlook or not prove?  Support your answer with examples or quotes.