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TITLE Cultural/Historical/Art Museums STRUCTURE Online visit 2 cultural/histo

TITLE Cultural/Historical/Art Museums STRUCTURE Online visit 2 cultural/historical/art museums. Write 4 to six pages. DIRECTIONS In writing, describe what you see in each museum/gallery: Describe for me what you see; What does it remind you of; What does it make you think about? (cognitive). Describe how the museum/display makes you feel (emotional). Compare and/or contrast the experiences and reactions. Here are some uniqe museum suggestions for Project 3 Museum of Social Justice Olvera Street Methodist Church https://www.museumofsocialjustice.org/ (Links to an…

Discussion 2: Power of the Situation The motive to fit in often compels people t

Discussion 2: Power of the Situation The motive to fit in often compels people to do what is considered appropriate behavior in a given situation. Sometimes the compulsion to fit in leads people to say or do something at odds with their sense of self. No one wants to be perceived as weird. Therefore, when the situation calls for a certain kind of behavior, people are likely to comply, even when that behavior is not consistent with their self-concept. For…

Pick one Luxury brand (for example Chanel, Hermes etc.) Research and evaluate th

Pick one Luxury brand (for example Chanel, Hermes etc.) Research and evaluate the brand using the criteria we have been discussing in the class, namely: Brand Strategy and business plan (pure Luxury, accessible luxury etc.) Marketing/Anti Marketing Ethics, Social Responsibility and Sustainability E-commerce presence Branding and use of Logo Communicating Luxury After presenting an overview of the brand covering the above-mentioned topics, give your opinion on strengths and weakness of the brand – what it does right and what it…

Dr. Janine Benyus at TEDTED Talk on Biomimicry Dr. Janine Benyus In this TED Tal

Dr. Janine Benyus at TEDTED Talk on Biomimicry Dr. Janine Benyus In this TED Talk, Dr. Janine Benyus introduces a new field of design and engineering that marries two seemingly different fields. On one hand, engineers are constantly faced with new challenges that require clever new solutions. On the other hand, biologists uncover innovative adaptations in form and function in a variety of different species on Earth. Often times, the solutions to human engineering challenges have already been overcome in…

SEC 235_ Common Assessment_ Real Life Cyber Criminal Cases Project Description:

SEC 235_ Common Assessment_ Real Life Cyber Criminal Cases Project Description: Most often the media reports security and privacy breaches. Your task in this project is to keep an eye on print and electronic media to identify, analyze and evaluate real-life cybercrimes reported in media. Over the course of the semester you should identify three (3) real-life cybercrimes that have occurred over the past 12 months. At least one (1) of these must come from the UAE or Gulf region.…

Can murder be forgiven and can a murderer be rehabilitated? Our Violence text de

Can murder be forgiven and can a murderer be rehabilitated? Our Violence text describes the term "restorative justice" on page 368 (Chapter 12 under Violence as a Public Health Problem), and we defined it in the Midterm Project. While the Criminal Justice approach to solving violence is punitive (all about punishment as in prison, the death penalty, fines), the Public Health approach to violence sees violence as an outgrowth of mental illness, a learning disorder, substance abuse, emotional problems, exposure…

Cut and paste your Journal directly onto the Journal page. DO NOT USE GOOGLE DOC

Cut and paste your Journal directly onto the Journal page. DO NOT USE GOOGLE DOCS. Chapter 4 of Gang Leader has the same title as the book, because finally, after 3 years of research, Sudhir has the chance to assume the duties of a gang leader. He had told JT that he thought his job was "easy", and JT presents him with a challenge. 1. Describe Sudhir's experience as "gang leader for a day". Is it an easy job? Cite…

Throughout the course, you have been asked to understand how the human body and

Throughout the course, you have been asked to understand how the human body and exercise is connected. Building off of the Week 4 System Integration / Interaction Concept Map, describe your working knowledge of exercise physiology by generating a comprehensive concept map relating the exercise physiology material (Exercise Training Principles, Resistance Training, Aerobic Training, Anaerobic Training, Environmental Factors, Body Composition, Nutrition, Ergogenics, Maturation / Age / Gender). A written description of the "route" you are taking within your concept map…

Assignment 3: Final Paper Select a specific family stressor (e.g. mental illnes

Assignment 3: Final Paper Select a specific family stressor (e.g. mental illness, substance abuse etc.) or life transition (immigration, death of a spouse etc.) you would like to explore further. What does the research reveal about this topic? How might the stressor impact the family system? What would need to occur for the family to adapt rather than go into crisis? What resources or community services would you recommend to help support the family? Paper should be approximately 5 pages…

1:Read the paragraph above about the Trial of Socrates. (10 pts) Question: Did

1:Read the paragraph above about the Trial of Socrates. (10 pts) Question: Did Socrates commit suicide since he was given the choice of ostracism, i.e. living elsewhere for a period of time, on condition of not doing philosophy? Create an argument on your point of view; Consider these points: Did Socrates violate the Principle of Life? What effect did this create upon society? Why did Socrates accept an unjust punishment? Chapter III Explain/define the following: 25 pts. Arguments - Deduction…