choose any theme

Create a 1,050- word proposal for a themed film festival. The theme could be anything from a specific genre, like the Western, to a topic, such as LGBTQ representations, to a specific time period, and everything in between.

Part 1

Identify and explain your theme. What is the justification for this focus?

Part 2

Identify three films that will serve as the main event for the festival. Each film must relate back to the theme. In your justification, use specific scenes, rather than general plot summary, from each movie.

Compare and contrast the movies to each other to effectively explain how they relate to your chosen theme. In this section, consider all that was discussed throughout the semester, including but not limited to: cinematography, sound and music, editing, narrative, genres, history, and film theory.

Part 3

Include the rationale for your proposed film festival.

  • Why do University of Phoenix students need to examine this theme?
  • What will students learn?
  • What new knowledge will be gained?
  • Why is this important?

Reference The Film Experience, and feel free to go outside of the textbook for other resources. Pictures and other pertinent graphics are welcome.

Ashford University Non Voluntary Active Euthanasia Paper

The following assignment is an exercise designed to help you begin the process of addressing a moral issue, a process that will continue in the next two assignments. In this exercise, you will do the following:

  • Formulate an ethical question within one of the given topic areas from the list provided.
  • Provide an introduction in which you briefly explain the topic and the particular question on which you will focus your paper.
  • State your position on the question at issue.
  • Identify one consideration that would support your position and one consideration that would challenge it.

The exercise must be at least 500 words in length (excluding title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Be sure to include a title page and, if you include references, a bibliography. The exercise should be in outline (not essay) format, with each part labeled and numbered as specified below.

  1. Part One: Formulate the Question
    Read through the list of available topic areas, and select a topic on which you would like to write your next two papers. Formulate a specific, concrete, ethical question pertaining to that topic, and place that at the top of your paper.

    The question should be specific enough to discuss in six to eight pages (which is the length of the Final Paper assignment). For example, if you were interested in discussing the topic of capital punishment, a question like “Is capital punishment wrong?” would be too vague, and would need to be reformulated as a more specific question, such as “Should we execute people convicted of first degree murder?” or “Is it just to use capital punishment when there is the possibility of executing innocent persons?” or “Is the capital punishment system racist?”

  1. Part Two: Provide a Brief Introduction to the Topic
    Your introduction should focus on setting out the topic and scope of the discussion in a way that clearly establishes what exactly you will be talking about and why it is significant. It should also provide any necessary context such as the background, current state of affairs, definitions of key terms, and so on. You want to try to do this in a way that stays as neutral as possible, avoids controversial assumptions, rhetorical questions, and the like. In other words, you should try to construct an introduction to the topic that could be an introduction to a paper defending any position on the question at issue.

    It is important for your introduction to narrow down the topic as much as possible. Doing so will allow you to provide a more detailed consideration of the issues and explain the reasoning more clearly in later papers. In general, arguments and analyses are much stronger when they focus on addressing a particular issue thoroughly and in detail, and doing so often requires deciding on one particular question or point to discuss, and leaving other possible ones aside.

    You should label this section of your paper as “Introduction.”

  1. Part Three: Provide a Position Statement
    State clearly and precisely the position you intend to defend on the question you have formulated. This does not need to be more than one sentence.

    Note that providing a position statement does not necessarily presume that you are confident in your position, that other positions do not have merit, or that you cannot change your mind later. However, for now, it is important to at least tentatively take a stand on a position you believe to be better supported than others.

    Label this section as “Position Statement.”

  1. Part Four: Identify and Explain a Supporting Reason
    Identify and explain a plausible reason someone could give that supports the position you have taken and be sure to clearly explain why you think it supports that position. The explanation should aim to be three to five sentences (shorter explanations are possible, but will likely be inadequate; longer explanations are likely to be too verbose).

    Label this section as “Supporting Reason.”

  1. Part Five: Identify and Explain an Opposing Reason
    Identify and explain a plausible reason someone might give that would oppose or challenge the position you have taken and be sure to clearly explain why you think it would oppose or challenge it. The explanation should aim to be three to five sentences (shorter explanations are possible, but will likely be inadequate; longer explanations are likely to be too verbose). You should strive to articulate that reason in a way that someone defending a contrary position to your own would do. This requires stepping back from your own position and being able to think about the problem as objectively as you can. You should not attempt to respond to this opposing reason.

    Label this section as “Opposing Reason.”


psy100 week 8 assignment

Go to NPR’s StoryCorps Website, located at Read one (1) article that was published within the last two (2) months that focuses on individuals with major adjustment issues.

Next, use the textbook and the Strayer Library to research evidence-based strategies to help with adjustment. Consider strategies that relate to stress and coping, gender, stages of life, cultural and social issues, and health.

When referencing the selected story, please use this format:

  • Standard Reference Format:
    • Title of the story [Audio file]. (Year, Month Day). Retrieved from website url.
      • Example:

A homeless teen finds solace in a teacher and a recording [Audio file]. (2014, March 7). Retrieved from

  • In-Text Citation Format:
    • The in-text citation for a selected story is an abbreviated version of the title and the year of publication. The abbreviation contains the first three words of the title.
      • Example:

(“A homeless teen,” 2014).

When referencing the textbook, please use this format:

  • Standard Textbook Reference Format:
    • Author’s Name. (Date of publication). Title of the resource. Publisher information.
      • Example:

Santrock, J. (2006). Human adjustment: 2007 custom edition. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.

  • In-Text Citation Format:
    • The in-text citation for the textbook is the author’s last name and year of publication.
      • Example:

(Santrock, 2006).

Write a three to six (3-6) page paper in which you:

  1. Summarize one (1) article you selected from the NPR Website. The one (1) article must be from within the last two (2) months.
  2. Describe the major adjustment issues discussed in each story.
  3. Examine at least three (3) evidence-based strategies from each of the selected articles that could help the individuals in each article enhance their adjustment skills.
  4. Recommend the one evidence-based strategy that YOU feel is best suited for the people in the selected articles. Discuss why you recommend the strategy you chose. On what do you base your assertions?
  5. Cite your selected article as a source. Your textbook should be used as an additional source, for a total of two (2) sources.

Please organize your paper with subheadings as follows (each subheading should be followed by a paragraph containing the appropriate information):

  • Summary of chosen article
  • Major adjustment issue in chosen article
  • Three (3) evidence-based strategies from chosen article
  • Evidence-based strategy I feel is best suited for people in chosen article
  • References

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required assignment page length.
  • Include a reference page containing APA-formatted references for all sources used in your paper. The reference page is not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Identify contextual variables (e.g., culture) that impact psychological adjustment.
  • Define stress, stressors, and coping strategies, and contemplate their relationship to health and wellness.
  • Identify and describe social psychological phenomena.
  • Describe adult relationships, lifestyles, and issues of parenting and longevity.
  • Identify gender differences and explore gender role stereotypes.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in psychology.
  • Write clearly and concisely about psychology using proper writing mechanics.

Analysis Paper

Analysis Paper 1

By the turn of the century, Americans had completed their push to connect the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific yet seemed small in relation to the vast empires of European nations like Great Britain and France. In this vein, Americans began to debate whether their nation, a symbol of rebellion against empire, should expand beyond its territorial borders to create its own empire. Using the writings of several prominent American officials and the history written of the period describe the arguments for imperialism and those against the notion. Write about the logic of the arguments for or against imperialism and what it would mean for the nation in each document. Then write which side you think gives the best argument and the reasons you think so.

You will write an essay to answer these questions. Essays should be no shorter than 500 words and preferably no longer than 1,000 words. You may use class readings as well in your essays for further evidence. Your papers will be in MLA format with 1 inch margins, double-spaced, in 12 pt Times New Roman font and include citations for when using text from the sources. We will be using Chicago Style Citation for this paper, we will have a discussion on this during class. Please refer to the syllabus for information regarding what is plagiarism. Also attached at the bottom is a brief essay writing guide to help you with essay writing.

Good Luck



Class 4 reading To_The_Person_Sitting_In_Darkness.pdf

McKinley, Decision on the Philippines.docx

The White Man’s Burden as Prophecy.docx

Writing Guide

A Simple Guide to Essay Structure.docx

Five poetry explanation sheets, English homework help

I need someone to help me with my homework which is five poetry explanation sheet with different 5 songs each song would be on a different paper so 5 paper total.

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need help with 2 discussion questions about Organizational behaviour

1)Consider the leadership concepts and theories you were introduced to inChapter 12 (Leadership). Discuss a leadership theory, or theories, thatappeals to you and that you feel could enhance your leadership skills and abilities.


Students are to read Case 2 “Barry’s Peer Becomes His Boss” – at the end of Chapter 13 (Power and Politcs) in the textbook.

  1. Should Barry complain about his treatment? To whom? If he does complain, what power tactics should Barry use?
  2. Studies have shown those prone to complaining or “whining” tend to have less power in an organization. Do you think whining leads to diminished power and influence, or the other way around?
  3. Do you think Barry should look for another job? Why or why not?

link to the book :…

Introduction to Philosophy, discussion help

Introductions and Questions

Introduce yourself. Besides including the “normal” things (like your name, major, and any previous experience with Philosophy), include at least one thing about yourself that would make you “memorable” to your classmates. Typically, the things that make us most memorable are the things that we, personally, would like to forget, like the time that your pants fell to your ankles while you were marching in a band during a half-time show during a football game that was being broadcast on live TV or if you went into labor and actually gave birth during a Sunday morning church service. Yes, I know people whom I will always remember because those things actually happened to them. It does not have to be embarrassing (although embarrassing things about other people are the ones we most quickly remember), but your “something” needs to be enough different from anything else that your classmates might mention, so that we can immediately know who you are and separate you from everyone else in class. And, by the way, everyone has a humiliating story about drinking too much and hugging a toilet all night, so you need something that makes you unique.

Next, originally, philosophers were interested in everything, and much of what the ancient Greek philosophers concerned themselves with would now be classified as physics, mathematics, sociology, chemistry, psychology, music theory, justice and the law, art, medicine, literary criticism, astronomy, geology, zoology, anthropology, biology, any other “-ology” that comes to mind, political science, grammar, economics (the Greek word for which translates into “household management”), God(s), reality, knowledge, sports, how to think, and how to live. In other words, they were interested in everything! So, undoubtedly, something in that long list applies to some facet of your life (or major). Now that you know that Philosophy is not a small box, ask one question from any of those areas which you would most like answered—whether in this course or, at least, before you die. With some luck, someone here might even be able to answer your question!

Revise two short essays

Revise two essays: fix grammar errors and make it better.

Attached two original files and teacher’s revision pics (fix the problem that instructor wrote).

For “The Positive Consequence of The Internet” change it to APA format.

I hope you can help me to get A on these two essays.

Emerging Technologies Comparison, psychology homework help

Directions for Assignment:

  1. Find 4 articles that discuss two emerging learning or communications technologies as well as related psychological theories.
  2. Compare two emerging technologies with their corresponding/supporting psychological theories that you may be interested in using in assignments in the next few modules.
  3. Complete the tables attached in the file.

** Look at the technologies and course lecture notes, in the provided file, to help you complete the provided form. Use APA citations to support. Use at least 4 scholarly articles to support your work.**

Albright College Public Hurricane Katrina and FEMA Role Case Study Analysis 2

Case Study 2

Hey there, this is a case study that I have provided all information for below. I will also attach a sample once I have chosen a tutor and I can provide any information that is needed IF I HAVE IT!

These assignments are designed to provide you an opportunity to think about how you would handle specific public administration issues. There is no right or wrong answer for the assignments, per se. Your memo should have the following sections:

  • Central Issue
  • Major Factors in Development of Policy/Management Problem
  • Alternatives for Resolving the Problem
  • Author’s Recommended Solution and Rationale
  • Lessons for Public Administration

Grades will be determined on:

  • Ability to present the relevance of the case, main facts, key issues, theoretical relationships, and practical lessons;
  • Ability to adequately address the five sections;
  • Ability to support your arguments; and
  • Ability to write in a professional fashion.

Case Study #2: HKS 1843.0 (Hurricane Katrina: Preparing for “The Big One” in New Orleans)

This case tells the story of the lead-up to the storm, detailing the plans that officials would draw on to prepare for the hurricane’s onslaught, the steps that were taken to evacuate and shelter hundreds of thousands of residents in metropolitan New Orleans, and the communications among different agencies and levels of government as the storm drew near; it shows officials concerned about the effects of the hurricane, but confident that their preparations were commensurate with the challenges that Katrina would pose. The case asks readers to consider why local, state, and federal governments all proved unready to respond effectively to a catastrophic event which had been long predicted.

Since the attacks of September 11th, 2001 the government has shifted the focus of many agencies towards terrorism. The reorganization of many agencies into the newly formed Department of Homeland Security has changed the operational structure with which many have been accustomed. The Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security has asked you to form a work group to explain what some of the problems with DHS’s structure that were prevented it from helping Louisiana and the surrounding states prepare for hurricane Katrina.

Recommended questions to address or to consider:

  1. What actions were taken by local, state and federal agencies to prepare for Katrina? Was DHS involved in these? Were they prevented from being involved?
  2. How had FEMA’s role and resources changed since becoming part of DHS?
  3. How could FEMA have been better able to assist in preparations?
  4. What organizational changes in DHS and FEMA would allow for better preparation in the future?