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English

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The paper and PowerPoint will apply the following areas to a specific medical condition such as infant and maternal mortality, asthma, COVID-19 vaccine administration, diabetes, high blood pressure, or any other disease you want to research. Pay attention to the two core areas below in the development of your program.
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Planning health education programs requires identifying and building on cultural strengths and ensuring sensitivity to cultural factors. Meeting the language and cultural needs of each identified minority group, using minority specific community resources to tailor educational approaches, and developing materials and methods of presentation that are at the educational level of the target population are essential considerations in the planning process. Health programs should be sustainable over a long period of time and accountable to the people they serve.
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Health status of all people is influenced by the interaction of physiological, cultural, psychological, economic and societal factors. Diversity within and among groups necessitates data collection activities and programs that are tailored to meet the unique health care needs of different subgroups.
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Health Care and Life Sciences : Biology

Raised at very high altitudes be different from those who were born and raised in the lowlands and have only recently become acclimated to high elevations?

How might the anatomy and physiology of persons who were born and
raised at very high altitudes be different from those who were born and raised in the lowlands and have only recently become acclimated to high elevations?

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English

All instructions are attached please follow both papers that is attached i got a

All instructions are attached please follow both papers that is attached I got a bad grade on last paper I got an 2/5 I really need a 5/5 please.

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Other

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In our society people who are victimized are often blamed for their misfortunes and predicaments.
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A rape victim is erroneously said to have dressed or behaved in such a way as to entice the rapist.
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Read about Denim Day – http://denimdayinfo.org/about/
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1. Describe and define “victim blaming”.
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Cite a minimum of 2 resources online to support the description
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2. Identify 2 ways in which people who are victimized in our society and are often blamed for their misfortunes and situations.
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Cite a minimum of 1 news story (video or print) online that discusses your selected a victim situation
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3. Then consider based on what you have identified – how this practice of blaming the victim might be changed in a constructive way. What actions can be taken by social workers?
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List each question – publish answers with supported cited reasons (paragraph format).
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Length: 2-3 pages (double-spaced, inch margins, Calibri 12 font)
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Scholarly journal articles are NOT necessary for this assignment

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Cultural Studies

In your outline, choose the areas you plan to explore in your health promotion project.

Submit your Health Promotion Paper topic & outline.

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<br />All written assignments are a mandatory minimum of 250-300 words, grammar, and spell-checked. If more than one source is used, citations throughout the text are mandatory. Include a Works Cited line at the end of the essay.

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<br />The directions to the Culture-Specific Health Promotion Paper are below. In your outline, choose the areas you plan to explore in your health promotion project. Remember:

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<br />Define your target audience.

<br />Explore cultural health practices and beliefs of your audience.

<br />Cite potential cultural barriers to the delivery of your message.

<br />Explain how you plan to deliver a culturally appropriate message you feel will be well-received by your target audience.

<br />Cite a minimum of (3) sources you plan to use.

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Biology

In what sense do we object to the distinction between ‘higher (advanced) animals’ and ‘lower (primitive) animals’?

Some of your paper can concisely narrate the two ancestors’ tales. However, you should also explain what it means to you. In what sense do we object to the distinction between ‘higher (advanced) animals’ and ‘lower (primitive) animals’? How does the concept of the “ladder-of-life” or scala naturae fail?

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Business and Management : Business

Identify statistical information concerning the healthcare in germany.

A. Purpose
The purpose of this assignment is to assess your ability to:
1. Research the platform of healthcare in Germany.
2. Identify statistical information concerning the healthcare in Germany.
3.  Illustrate findings of the political, economic and cultural factors of healthcare in Germany.
B. Action Items
1. Complete the following items listed in Module 2 Preparation:
a. Browse the website “Healthcare Statistics in Germany.”
https://www.who.int/countries/deu/
b. Read the article “Ethics – Germany’s Healthcare System.”

Corruption in healthcare: a problem in Germany, too


c. Watch the videos on “Video Presentations: Germany.”



2. Respond to the prompt below:
a. Name a past and current ethical issue in the healthcare industry in Germany and discuss how it could be remedied.

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English and Literature : English

Your essay should be thesis-driven and evidence-based.

Hopefully, you have found your reading of Chaim Potok’s My Name is Asher Lev to be interesting, apt, and relevant. My further hope is that it was also enjoyable. The novel explores various essential questions, ideas, and themes, utilizing an intriguing structure, beautiful language, adept characterizations, and a timeless conflict. The story is woven together between the two main counterpoints of religion and art, but the needle used to deftly craft this masterpiece is the central component of family. These larger ideas of family, purpose, religion, faith, fate, free will, legacy, and art are all interwoven into the fabric of the story and how it is told.

And now you will get the opportunity to create your own work of art a la Asher Lev. I hope that you allow yourself to paint with his vision and passion!

You will craft an essay that explores at least one of these thematic aspects of the novel in an insightful and analytical manner. Your essay should be thesis-driven and evidence-based.

Please choose from one of the prompts below:

Option 1: The Power and the Price of Good Art
Potok’s novel is centered around Asher’s gift. Art is the medium through which this coming-of-age story is told. Consider how Asher grows up and how his relationship with art evolves over time. Examine how each of the characters views art. Consider Asher, Jacob Kahn, the Levs, and the other members of the Jewish Community. What is good art? Great art? What is art capable of giving to the world? Why is it so important for Asher to be able to make his art? What is the cost of great art? What are the sacrifices that have to be made in becoming a great artist? What are the responsibilities of artists? Is art worth it?

Option 2: Form to Function and Style to Substance 
My Name is Asher Lev is a bildungsroman told in first person. We are privy to all of Asher’s inner thoughts and turmoil as he reconciles himself with his future, and as he watches how his family cannot do the same. How does the form of the novel (narration, point of view, structure, setting, and/or language use) serve the function of the novel? How does Potok’s careful crafting of the novel serve to achieve his purposes in rendering the larger ideas and themes of the work? How does the style of the storytelling add power to the story itself?

Option 3: Reconciling the Irreconcilable: Art and Religion
We are introduced to present day, adult Asher at the beginning of the novel and he tells us, “I am an observant Jew… I am a traitor, an apostate, a self-hater, an inflicter of shame upon my family, my friends, my people; also, I am a mocker of ideas sacred to Christians, a blasphemous manipulator of modes and forms revered by Gentiles for two thousand years. Well, I am none of those things. And yet, in all honesty… I am indeed, in some way, all of those things” (3). We are immediately met with the juxtaposition of art and religion, as well as the paradox of Asher’s existence. How does this conflict develop over the course of the novel and serve as the central source of tension throughout the text? Why must this conflict exist within this text? Why must Asher be an Hasidic Jew? Why does he desire to remain Observant while also becoming a world-renowned artist? How does this conflict help to craft Asher’s existence and growth, as well as  illuminate the themes of the novel?

Option 4: Pick a Presence: The Results of the Relationships
Potok’s novel may be primarily about art or primarily about Judaism, but it is undoubtedly also about the relationships that bind us to our sense of self. Asher’s development, both as an artist and as a Jew, is heavily impacted by the myriad relationships in his life – and only in concert do these influences help him become the man that he is meant to be by the end of the text. Consider the relationships between mother and son, father and son, Asher and Jacob Kahn, Asher and the Rebbe, Asher and other members of the community. You should also examine all of their interwoven relationships with art and religion. Which relationship or relationships are the most important, influential, and instrumental to Asher’s development? In what ways? Which are the most detrimental? How? How do these relationships, and their unique influences, define Asher as an artist, a Jew, a son, a person?   

Option 5: Fate or Free Will: How we are Shaped by Our Circumstances and Our Choices
Consider how Potok frames our free will and choices in the novel. First, examine Asher’s lineage. Consider what his father does and why – consider who directs him in life. Consider other characters who are similarly beholden to their religion and upbringing. Then, examine the expectations that were set for Asher since he was “the juncture point of two significant family lines, the apex, as it were, of a triangle seminal with Jewish potentiality and freighted with Jewish responsibility. But he was also born with a gift” (5). How does Asher align himself with these expectations and how does he rebel against them? Was becoming an artist Asher’s fate? Was his gift an actual gift from God? Or was he exercising his free will? How has Asher been molded by his environment and circumstances, and how has he been changed? What is most important to Asher, based on the choices he makes? How does Asher’s growth within the novel assist in illuminating a more universal idea about fate, free will, and choices in Potok’s novel as a whole?

Option 6: Searching for Symbols – What’s with the Window?
The Levs spend a lot of time at their window – and that should be a red flag for us that it is an important element of Potok’s plot. Consider why! What is the symbolism and significance of the window and/or windows that are emphasized throughout My Name is Asher Lev? What does the window represent – especially the window in the Lev’s living room? What do the other windows represent? How and why is this symbol so important throughout the novel? What function does the symbolism of the window help to serve in illuminating the central ideas and themes of the text? You may want to consider how Asher experiences the world outside his window at home during his growth and development as an artist, as well as how he experiences other windows over the course of his journey beyond his Brooklyn apartment.

Option 7: Student Suggestion
If you have another idea to explore for this essay, please run it by me!
Some Particulars:
Your essay should follow the standard conventions of the English language and you should use our lessons over the course of the unit – please refer back to the Slides
You should use a readable 12 point font
You must include a creative title
You should use the attached rubric to ensure you are aligning your writing with the standards and skills that will be assessed

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English

I “ only need” the writer to “reply” to this discussion written by my classmate name lilian sunda.

This is just a Discussion Topic. I “ ONLY NEED” the writer to “REPLY” to this discussion written by my classmate name Lilian Sunda. Writer must also use in text citations and 2 references.
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English and Literature : English

Avoid too many details

13-15 sentences summarizing the book. Include the gist, characters, setting, main conflict, resolution to conflict,and resolution to story. Avoid too many details