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Marketing

must cite the book (H) Consumer Behavior – Buying, Having, and Being Michael R.

must cite the book
(H) Consumer Behavior – Buying, Having, and Being
Michael R. Solomon, 2017
Pearson
1. Responses typed, using a standard font, 12-point type size, double-spaced, with overall neatness and readability.
2. Restatement of the question and question number (exactly as stated in the Study Guide).
1. Student used standard essay format: Introduction/Body/Conclusion.
2. Student demonstrated proper use of grammar, spelling, punctuation, citation style, etc.
3. Student demonstrated an understanding of course content and key concepts, as discussed in the text.
4. Student was able to examine, assess, evaluate, and/or analyze course content and key concepts.
5. Student provided a clear and well-developed response to the question.
1. Discuss the positive and negative consequences of today’s culture of participation that is enabled by social media platforms

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Criminology

Please reflect on each week’s readings and topic, entering into your journal you

Please reflect on each week’s readings and topic, entering into your journal your thoughts about the problem(s) or issue(s) that the research addressed, the level of confidence that we can have in the findings and why, and the implications of the findings for theory and/or practice.

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Application Writing

I need to have my 3-page essay reviewed/edited for admission to grad school for

I need to have my 3-page essay reviewed/edited for admission to grad school for school counseling; requirements for the essay are at end of my attachment but need to include:
-why I am applying to said school
-my past work experiences
-how they are relevant
-summary

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Criminology

Summarize all articles Benekos, P. J., & Merlo, A. V. (2019). A decade of chang

Summarize all articles
Benekos, P. J., & Merlo, A. V. (2019). A decade of change: Roper v. Simmons, defending childhood, and juvenile justice policy. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 30(1), 102-127.
Eren, O., & Mocan, N. (2021). Juvenile punishment, high school graduation, and adult crime: Evidence from idiosyncratic judge harshness. Review of Economics and Statistics, 103(1), 34-47.
Wilson, R. J., & Sandler, J. C. (2021). What works (or does not) in community risk management for persons convicted of sexual offenses? A contemporary perspective. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 65(12), 1282-1298.

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Nursing

this is the reply peer discussion be kind and agree Classification of Research

this is the reply peer discussion
be kind and agree
Classification of Research Methodologies Used in Nursing Research.
The two common classifications of research methodologies used in nursing are; qualitative research methodology and quantitative research methodology. When choosing a research methodology, one should consider the nature of the aim of the investigation, methodological approaches used in previous studies, and the practicality and constraints of resources.(Rutberg et al., 2018). Common restrictions include; time, knowledge and skills, availability of data and equipment, and software needed.
Qualitative research methodologies are more descriptive and interactive. Qualitative methods focus on people’s knowledge, opinions, behaviors, and attitudes. It consists ofcollecting non-numerical data. Qualitative research methodology aims to understand the experiences of people. It focuses more on suggestive causes, effects, and relationships. It is more descriptive and more reliable for social analysis. Qualitative methods include phenomenology, grounded theory, ethnography, and narrative inquiry. (Cristancho et al., 2018). Exploratory research aims to use a qualitative approach. Commonly used methods in qualitative research are in-depth one-on-one interviews, focused groups, online forums, case studies, and observation. Data collection, analysis, and interpretation of qualitative research methodology are usually lengthy processes. In addition, the research process can be affected by the presence of a researcher.
On the other hand, quantitative research methodology is more statistical, where data is measured through statistical methods. Measurement, amount, and quantity are crucial factors in quantitative research methodology. Qualitative methodology tests the importance of a hypothesis. Quantitative methods include laboratory experiments, mathematical calculations and simulations, and surveys. Quantitative methods sample a large population, and the data collected is structured. Types quantitative of methods include; descriptive, correlational, and experimental methods. Confirmatory research aims to use quantitative methods. (Hochbein et., 2018). The commonly used research method for quantitative methodology is a randomized controlled trial. Qualitative research methodology is precise and uses reliable measurement. It is also helpful in the analysis of sophisticated findings.
Mixed methods combine aspects of qualitative and quantitative methods to give a broader and deeper understanding of the research. Research aims that are confirmatory and exploratory tend to use mixed methods. Mixed methodology collects both qualitative and quantitative data. Mixed method research design includes convergent, explanatory, experimental, and embedded designs. Convergent design is also known as the triangulation method; collection and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data are done at the same time separately. Explanatory sequential design collects quantitative data first and then collects qualitative data to explain more about the qualitative results. Exploratory involves collecting qualitative data and then quantitative data to explore a phenomenon. Embedded design is used to collect both qualitative and quantitative data simultaneously, where one form of data supports the other. A mixed methodology is applicable when unexpected results arise. In addition, the mixed methodology can be used to design and validate an instrument.
References
Cristancho, S. M., Goldszmidt, M., Lingard, L., & Watling, C. (2018). Qualitative research essentials for medical education. Singapore medical journal, 59(12), 622.
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/9781119373780.ch29
Hochbein, C., & Smeaton, K. S. (2018). An Exploratory Analysis of the Prevalence of Quantitative Research Methodologies in Journal Articles. International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership, 13(11), n11.
https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1199456
Rutberg, S., & Bouikidis, C. D. (2018). Focusing on the fundamentals: A simplistic differentiation between qualitative and quantitative research. Nephrology Nursing Journal, 45(2), 209-213.

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Economics

You are not limited to the businesses listed above, Step 2: Name your business a

You are not limited to the businesses listed above,
Step 2: Name your business and provide a brief description of your business. Complete the Business Description
assignment.
Step 3: Create a menu or a price list for the goods and services you provide.
Step 4. Complete a 15-25 slide APA formatted PowerPoint presentation. Please provide at least 3 academic references
(no Wikipedia). Your Power Point should contain the following slides in the following order:

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English

Hi everyone! I am enjoying reading your posts. Right now, I want to share a few

Hi everyone! I am enjoying reading your posts.
Right now, I want to share a few PowerPoints to help you as we go forward and begin talking about and analyzing short stories, songs, poems, etc. For those of you that joined me in the first ENC course, these might be refreshers. But I have to make sure that we are all on the same page as we get ready to create fiction stories. (forgive the pun)
As you look over the active reading PowerPoint, think about ways to engage more with the material we are covering as the course moves ahead.
Active Reading PowerPoint: ACTIVE READING (1 & 2).pptx
The other PowerPoint is about fiction storytelling. In this course, we are going to be writing fiction stories. We write enough nonfiction in our daily lives on social media. Every time we interact on social media, we are sharing nonfiction. Maybe. I mean, perhaps some of you are catfishing people and making all kinds of stuff up. But, let’s assume, for the most part, we understand the way to share nonfiction, or true, information.
But fiction writing is a skill that requires creativity and imagination. Hopefully, this PowerPoint will help you keep a few fiction writing elements in mind as you approach your own fiction stories.
Fiction Writing PowerPoint: FIVE KEY ELEMENTS.pptx
[12:30 AM]
THIS DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENT INCLUDES TWO PARTS
By Friday night (11:59 pm) of this week (Sept. 9), first, I want you to look over the PowerPoints and leave your thoughts in the discussion. Primarily, I’d like you to tell me what you think about your comfort level with including some or all of the elements of fiction writing (covered in the PowerPoint) in your own stories.
Have you thought about these elements when writing fiction? Have you ever constructed a fiction story before, or is this all-new? I want to know what your take is on all of this. What thoughts came to mind while watching the PowerPoint?
Additionally, as the second part of your post, try writing the OPENING (only the opening) of a short story. This section of your post should be at least 400 words. You should concentrate on building the opening to include some of the elements of the Fiction Writing PowerPoint. Give enough interest and detail to encourage your reader to want to actively read the rest of the story you are creating. Don’t use gimmicks. Try to use the real story elements that were touched on in the PowerPoint.
Respond kindly to at least 2 other posts (responses should be detailed). Make sure to express your feelings about the story opening. Do you see any of the elements from the Fiction Writing PowerPoint?
Creativity is a gift, but it isn’t one that only some people receive. It is one we can all obtain. Like anything else worth a damn, it takes practice. This course does require you to be creative. But I want it to be fun and not feel like hard work that you dread.
As always, please reach out via Canvas email with any questions, comments, or dog pictures.

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English

In 200-250 words, create a thread in which you talk about and explain the proces

In 200-250 words, create a thread in which you talk about and explain the process of annotating. In other words, use my blue annotations on the text of Malcolm’s speech as a guide in order to describe not only what annotations are but also how to produce them.
1. First, listen to Malcolm deliver his speech entitled, ” After the Firebombing” while reading along in the text.
2. Next, compare the text of Malcolm’s speech in black with my annotations in blue. Compare the text of Malcolm’s speech that I did underline with the rest of the text that I didn’t underline. Try to infer (figure out) the purpose of my notes in the margins by contrasting what I wrote in each note to what I underlined in the paragraph that my note sits beside.
3. Finally, and in your own 200-250 words, describe my notes in blue as if you’re directing someone else who cannot read my notes. Do not respond to Malcolm’s text in black. Instead, respond to my annotations in blue. Explain the process of annotating as you believe I’ve practiced it. Explain the process that you plan to use in order to replicate my process by estimating the steps that you believe I took in order to complete it (at least three).

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Political Science

Please choose 3 of the 6 questions below to respond to. The total word count, fo

Please choose 3 of the 6 questions below to respond to. The total word count, for all three questions, is 1,200 words.
Please cite the authors that you use, although no further research is required. You should also include a bibliography in your document (this does not count towards the word limit).
You have 12 hours to complete this task.
Explain the significance of the Bandung Conference.
Explain the historical conditions under which modernisation theory emerged.
What to hyper globalists (proponents of globalisation) argue are the benefits of globalisation for states in the Global South?
What does Sylvester (1999, 703) mean when she suggests, “development studies does not tend to listen to subalterns and postcolonial studies does not tend to concern itself with whether the subaltern is eating”?
Why should we be concerned about the geopolitics of knowledge production about the Global South?
What some of the potential implications of relying solely on Western knowledge?
What factors prevent low-income states from pursuing the developmental state path to economic growth?

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Nursing

Describe the components of the healthcare delivery system including public healt

Describe the components of the healthcare delivery system including public health services and public health nursing (CO 1, 2)
Provide one example from your current or past nursing practice and how it relates to the care of clients in community-based settings (CO 1, 2)