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  • Topic summary and proposed outline of idea due in Module 3 (10 points) I NEED THIS BY 8/25/14!!  
  • Draft of the paper due in Module 6 (30 points)
  • Final paper due in Module 9 (60 points)

 

During the course, you are required to complete a formal written assignment highlighting published current economic events or issues and explain how they relate to theories learned in this course. The paper provides you an opportunity to realize, reflect, and explain the economics that exist all around us. The paper must include a graph used as an explanatory tool of the economic principle presented.



Early submissions of written assignments are always accepted, but use the links provided in the respective modules to submit your topic, draft, and final paper. Make use of the feedback you receive on your draft paper to improve your final paper before submitting it in Module 9.



Instructions for preparing this assignment are as follows:

  1. Each paper is to be an analysis on the recent economic events or economic reports from the supplemental resources or references. The focus of this assignment is to relate and analyze current events to basic principles of microeconomics covered in this course. It is not acceptable to just regurgitate statistics. The paper should indicate that you have a clear understanding of theory learned in class and its application/operation in the 'outside world.'
  2. Use standard file format (.doc or .docx) for all deliverables (topic, draft, and final paper). Standard margins apply. Papers should contain proper documentation of the article(s) or other references used. If direct quotes are used (not contained in the article), appropriate footnotes, endnotes, or parenthetical citations must accompany the quotes. Since a part of your paper will come from published sources, Internet references, etc., there should be sufficient evidence of where the information for your paper originated. Paper length should be a few pages - short enough to qualify as a commentary but long enough to adequately address the subject. Typically, six to eight double spaced pages are sufficient. Papers are graded on quality of content, not quantity. Standard APA style rules apply and clarity is important to your grade.
  1. Paper grade will be broken down by the following standards:



    Content 50%
    : reflection, explanation, implications of economic theory in practice,




    Organization 20%
    : References, Bibliography, Works Cited, etc.,




    Grammar and Spelling 10%: If you use Microsoft Word which has a spelling and grammar tool, it should be difficult to misspell a word, use the incorrect word, or incorrectly use the written English language. (This is even rarer if you reread your assignment before submitting.),



    Readability 10%
    : ease and flow of ideas of your presentation, and




    Format 10%
    : APA format applies. The paper should be properly set up with Title page, Thesis (or hypothesis), body (loaded with references) and a conclusion.
  2. Please see my attachments for requirements and checklist!
  3. this will be submitted to safe assign, plagarism is not an option.

Segregation Still Exists in Schools Today, But Where?



Our discussions this week have been both personal and reflective. As we continue to reflect on the effects of hegemony, let us pinpoint where segregation may lie in schools today.



Assignment Instructions:



This written assignment is a personal reflection of your interpretation of your findings on segregation after performing a short literature review and conducting an interview with a local school.



Article Review



Locate two relatively current peer-reviewed articles (no more than 10 years old) on segregation in schools or resegregating schools. These articles do not have to discuss segregation overtly, it can be (and often is) implied. You may use the recommended resources for this week to locate these sources.



Interview



What experience or knowledge do you have of any contemporary segregation happening in your local schools, a school you used to attend, or one you have heard about? Think about the variety of groups discussed thus far as you consider contemporary segregation.



Conduct an informal interview, either face to face, via phone, or other means, with an administrator, teacher, or other credible staff member to address the perception of segregation in the school setting.



The following points should be considered in your interview:

  • Student demographics: (race, ethnicity, ELL, SPED, socioeconomic status, sexual orientations, if known)
  • What evidence is there to suggest that contemporary segregation is occurring and to what extent?
  • What they suggest could potentially be done to desegregate in their school OR describe what they know has been done over time to change perceptions.

Realize that the community itself may be segregated. For example, for students living in certain rural areas, there is simply very little exposure to minority cultures. This is an example of community segregation.(You may choose to use a different word, as “segregation” (e.g., exclusion) is a socially charged word and school personnel may become defensive).



It is pertinent that this interview is handled with sensitivity. Your goal is not to provoke an emotional reaction or make accusations or judgments. It is critical that your communication is proactive and professional when you set up your interview. You should be transparent about your assignment and the intent to understand issues that are commonly referred to as being historical in nature but may still be prevalent or in different forms than typically understood. It is therefore equally important that you select your interviewee wisely, keeping to professional staff with some real knowledge of the demographics and background of the school selected.



The Written Reflection Assignment (two to four pages, not including title and reference pages, and using APA format as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, will include the following sections:



Part 1: Article Review



Summarize your findings, including what impact researchers say these practices may have on students and student achievement.



Part 2: Interview



Summarize your interview results. Do not include a script of your question and answer session; rather, put into your own words how the interviewee addressed each question.



Part 3: Personal Interpretation



Analyze the data you’ve collected from the articles and your interview. What connections and or confirmations can you make between the results of your interview and what you learned from the research in the articles? With which particular findings from the research do you agree and disagree and why? How has your personal perception of contemporary segregation changed since reading these articles and conducting this interview?

 

 

The final assignment for this course is a research paper.  This paper will reflect comprehensive understanding of key concepts that have been discussed during this course.  This assignment will provide you with the opportunity to apply related urban planning concepts in an academic paper.  The Research Paper will contribute 25% to the course grade.

Focus of the Research Paper



The Research Paper will be based on the urban planning topic selected in the Research Paper Proposal assignment from Week Two. Based on your selected urban planning topic, analyze the key issues with the use of exhibits and an appendix.



You must include (but are not limited to) a discussion of the historical background and contemporary issues related to the paper topic. You must also include an evaluation regarding the plausible political issues that urban planners could potentially encounter and the potential consequences that could result from decision making. Be sure to apply key concepts from this course in your Research Paper.

 

Writing the Research Paper

The Paper:

 

  1. Must be eight- to ten- double-spaced pages in length (not including the title page, appendix, reference page, and  exhibits) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  2. Must include a cover page that includes:
    • Name of paper
    • Student’s name
    • Course name and number
    • Instructor’s name
    • Date submitted
  3. Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement.
  4. Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
  5. Must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph.
  6. Must use at least 10 scholarly sources, including a minimum of two from the Ashford University Library, in addition to the text.
  7. Must use APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center to document all sources.
  8. Must include, on the final page, a Reference List that is completed according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

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Question:

1. As a manager is it important to be ethical or is it really just important to focus on making money for the firm? And if so why, or why not?

 

 

Criteria: 

Max word: 2000 

Number of references: Use at least 14 references (* 7 academic journal articles peer reviewed & * 7 other quality references )

Key issues relating to the question have been developed

Original and clear argument

Logical and convincing discussion

Ideas and assertions substantiated through use of high quality reference material and key academic perspectives/views used to develop arguments

Appropriate Harvard style referencing (intext and list of references)

Number and quality of references

 

Clear and comprehensive written style (spelling, grammar, syntax etc.)

 

- References must be done properly in harvard style, references must be done properly and stick to the style requested. 

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Directions



Each student is required to write a research paper on how a company in the aerospace or aviation industry is currently using a logistics management strategy (as covered in the Bowersox et al. textbook) to address a specific logistics issue, preferably one that is a currently hot topic in the industry. The issue needs to be worth studying, meaning the company would likely suffer undesirable consequences were the issue to be ignored. The paper needs to be both well researched and written and should demonstrate achievement of one or more learning outcomes for the course. Below is the company and issue that has been aproved for the assignment.

 

COMPANY: LOCKHEED MARTIN

ISSUE: F-35 LOGISTICS SYSTEM; AUTONOMIC LOGISTICS INFORMATION SYSTEM (ALIS)



The completed paper should have a title page, an 12 page body, and list of references. The requirements for each paper component and sections are described in the MGMT 411 Research Paper Requirements (PDF), including the components and format. which is attached below.

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Help with week four

'What managers most often want to know about their organization's culture is how to change it......But what is recommended to managers on the basis of culture theory differs markedly according to the perspectives adopted' (Hatch and Cunliffe, 2013: 185).

 

 

Choose two of the four perspectives and discuss their different views on organisational culture and how their advice to managers who are seeking to influence organisational culture might be different.

 

Requirements: 

-2000 words 

-Need 10 journal references 

-Need to be done on time 

-Please use News Time Roman font, size 12 

- Please follow the assignment guide file attached to this