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Marketing

well the overall situation is that dissertation is done however I am not sure th

well the overall situation is that dissertation is done however I am not sure that it is good that is why I need someone to proof read it and if needed to get edited parts that are not relevant that is why I am placing an order. However data collection part in dissertation just mad up data as I did not interviewed anyone
and I will attach different files regarding that if you think that you need to insert that part in dissertation part you can do so.
Also I will attach the feedback of my supervisor that he sent me before and I did amend regarding his comment but I m still not sure if I ll pass please double check his feedback and compare if needed amend please do so. I need this work to pass very important. if you need anything from me please let me know.

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Statistics

For each essay assignment, answer both essay questions using a minimum of 300 w

For each
essay assignment, answer both essay questions using a minimum of 300 words for each essay. A
title page (no abstract) and reference page are required. Current APA 7 must be used to cite
sources. Course textbooks and materials are allowed for the essay assignments.

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Religious studies

In a paper consisting of 750-1000 words, explain briefly the flow of thought in

In a paper consisting of 750-1000 words, explain briefly the flow of thought in Rom. 3:21-26. What is the importance of the “But now” phrase? Explain the possible meanings of hilasterion and offer an argument for one of the options. Explain the possible meanings of the phrase “righteousness of God” and argue for a position regarding how it is used in Rom. 3:21-26. Explain the Christological and soteriological importance of the paragraph.
Biblical Studies Students (those who have studied Greek langauge): The discussion of the “Righteousness of God” should include a discussion of the possible uses of the genitive. The paper should also comment on use of the genitive pisteos christos in 3:22.

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Psychology

Growth and Development Assessment Project Guidelines: Choose a person you know w

Growth and Development Assessment Project Guidelines:
Choose a person you know well and complete a developmental analysis of this person’s current period of development. You can choose a person from any of the developmental stages excluding infancy and toddlerhood. Through observation and communications with the person, assess the individual’s current period of development. Within that specific period of life, provide a detailed comparison of the subject’s physically, cognitive, and psychosocial development to the established norms, developmental milestones, and theories from textbooks and scholastic resources. All three areas of development (physical, cognitive, and psychosocial) must be examined in depth with various theories, established norms, and examples of met and unmet developmental tasks. The assessment is not a chronological lifespan report on a single theorist. It should focus primarily on the individual’s current period of life. However, if the person has unmet tasks, you can examine earlier periods of life influential to the delay.
This analysis needs to be a minimum of 4 completed pages of content (excluding title page, reference page, and charts) and a maximum of 6 pages. Again, be sure to utilize various theories, established norms, and developmental milestones and apply those to all three areas of development of your chosen person.
Objectives:
Summarize an individual’s current period of development according to textbook information and various theorists.
Compare the individual’s physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development to the textbook descriiption, various theories, established norms, and developmental milestones.
Recognize unmet or uncompleted tasks of the individual’s current period of development.
Identify measures to assist the individual to achieve the tasks of his/her stage of development.
Learning Activities:
Select an individual and arrange a time to observed and interviewed.
Review lecture and readings on relevant stages of development.
Observe and discuss with the individual (or parents) specific issues and topics related to physical, cognitive, and psychosocial growth and development.
Prepare a report (4-6 pages) to include the following:
Include an overview (introduction) of the individual’s biographical data: ex. age, sex, family structure, living arrangements, occupation.
Summarize the theoretical descriiption of the individual’s current period of development.
Compare the individual’s current cognitive, physical, and psychosocial development to various theories expected norms, and developmental milestones. Comparisons must be from the required textbook and a minimum of one outside scholastic reference.
Recognize which development tasks have been achieved and/or are still unmet. Provide scholastic evidence based on the analysis of the observation and interview to the theories, established norms, and developmental milestones.
Indicate measures to assist or maintain the individual’s effort to accomplish age-appropriate developmental tasks.
ONE OF THE REFERENCES
Lally, M., & Valentine-French, S. (2019). Lifespan development: A
psychological perspective. (2nd ed.). Retrieved from
http://dept.clcillinois.edu/psy/LifespanDevelopment.pdf
4 PAGES NOT INCLUDING REFERENCE, TITLE AND CHART

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Art & architecture

Learning objective: CLO1 – Articulate an analysis of new media artworks. CLO2 –

Learning objective:
CLO1 – Articulate an analysis of new media artworks.
CLO2 – Identify key artworks, styles, and new media-related art movements.
CL03 – Identify and discuss social, technical and aesthetic factors impacting new media art.
Instructions for write-up (You have 2 choices for a response)
Choice A.
Choose your favorite manifesto from the MANIFESTOS TO CHOOSE FROM…page.
Read the manifesto to understand meaning and make a list of 5-10 key terms that the author(s) use to put across their ideas.
Question: What do the author(s) say about aesthetics, technology, society? Include at least one quote from author.
Does the manifesto suggest that society needs to change? If so, how and why? Discuss.
Choice B.
Read through the manifestos on offer. When you feel you have understood what a manifesto is, please write your own.
Note: If you do not actually accomplish writing something that reads like a manifesto, you will be asked to do a re-write.
Please indicate in another section from your manifesto, which manifesto(s) you were most influenced by. Provide quotes to substantiate this claim.
Write about 1 page. Double-spaced. Give your response a title.
You do not have to write formally, but please use grammar and spell check. Proofread for glaring errors.
Submit as a pdf to Canvas and include your name, my name, and course title on the assignment.
Here is a selection of artists’ manifestos written by artists, musicians or theorists,
dating back to 1914.
The texts present how each writer or art collective sees the
role of art in culture, the role of artists in modern society, as well as how new
technologies relate to art making. They take positions on art forms, artistic
themes, and cultural practices from individual works to museums & misogyny.
Note: We will be looking more deeply at a few these in class, but they are the
basis of Exercise #1: Manifesto, textual analysis. (See Module 1) Also, I need to find a good version of Feeble love, so I have removed it.(Tzara)
FUTURISM
• T. Marinetti, The Futurist Manifesto, 1914.
• L. Russolo, The Art of Noise (see Guggenheim site or the British Library version
◦ Futurist manifestos at the Guggenheim site (Links to an external site.)
◦ British Library version (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)
DADA
• H. Ball, (Links to an external site.)Dada Manifesto (1916) (Links to an external site.)
• Tristan Tzara, Dada Manifesto of 1918. (Links to an external site.)
• Tristan Tzara, Manifesto of Mr. Antipyrine. (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)
SURREALISM
• A. Breton, A Manifesto of Surrealism.
BAUHAUS/MODERNIST
• L. Maholy-Nagy, A New Instrument of Vision.
AMERICAN AVANT-GARDE
• John Cage, The Future of Music.
FLUXUS
•Fluxus manifesto, 1963. (Links to an external site.)
CYBERFEMINISM – LBGTQ+
• 1985 – D. Haraway, The Cyborg Manifesto.
• 1991 – The Cyberfeminist Manifesto for the 21st c. (Links to an external site.)
• Xenofeminist Manifesto: A Politics for Alienation, 2018. (Links to an external site.)
• The Empire Strikes Back: A Post Transexual Manifesto (Links to an external site.)by Sandy Stone
• Pussy Riot manifesto (Links to an external site.) on WePresent
◦ ‘Manifestos’ is a series on WePresent.
•Purple Noise Manifesto: Feminist Noisification of Social Media.pdf (Links to an external site.)
Further study
• MOMA article – Words in Freedom: Futurists at 100

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Nursing

Discussion 1 Assessment Descriiption 1. Explain how acid-base physiology leads t

Discussion 1
Assessment Descriiption
1. Explain how acid-base physiology leads to the regulation of fluid balance and extra cellular pH.
2. What is the equation for the carbonic acid/bicarbonate buffering system? How do actions at the lungs and kidneys affect this equation and thus compensate for alterations in plasma pH levels?
3. How do changes in plasma osmolality affect the physiology of erythrocytes?
Discussion 2
Scenario
A 75-year-old man was admitted with shortness of breath and lower extremity edema. He has been unwell for about a week and had multiple bouts of diarrhea over the previous 5 days. He does not take any medications. He was hyperventilating and was very distressed when EMS arrived. Admission arterial blood gas is listed below. He was on high concentration oxygen by mask on arrival to the emergency department.
Chemistry Results
Na+ = 127
HCO3- 20
HCO- = 30meq/L 3
K+ = 5.2
BUN 50.5
Glucose 9.5 mmols/l
Cl- 79
Creatinine 0.38
Anion gap 33 mmols/l
Arterial Blood Gases
pH 7.58
pCO2 21 mmHg
pO2 154 mmHg
HCO3 19 mmol/l
Questions
Answer the following questions:
(Respiratory alkalosis, partially compensated.) ROME (PH is high(alkalosis), pCO2 is low(alkalosis), HCO3 is low(acidosis). Remember: ROME for identifying if its respiratory of metabolic.
1. What is this patient’s acid-base disorder?
2. Discuss why you how you came to that conclusion.
Is the patient compensating?
3. What are the pathophysiological responses that the body is attempting to use to compensate?

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English

Directions In one paragraph total introduce Cooper’s Text by providing the basi

Directions
In one paragraph total introduce Cooper’s Text by providing the basic info about it. Then present 2-3 of her main points in your own words, using single phrases for each statement.

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Psychology

I am resubmitting so it is just to make it better, and for the analysis aspect,

I am resubmitting so it is just to make it better, and for the analysis aspect, I will send you a sample of what to do. It will be a single graph and not what I did.

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Business

For this project I need to prepare an annotated bibliography that examines the i

For this project I need to prepare an annotated bibliography that examines the importance of organizational culture, organizational climate, and ethics for alignment with mission, goals, and core values for the company Apple. I attached the directions about the assignment. I need the resources to be from websites and articles in the U.S. I attached the specific directions.

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Other

https://www.kanopy.com/en/memphis/video/66397 For this assignment, you should wa

https://www.kanopy.com/en/memphis/video/66397
For this assignment, you should watch Race: The Power of an Illusion, Episode 1 – The Difference Between Us.
To use the streaming service provided by The University of Memphis, go to memphis.kanopy.com. You will need to create an account using your memphis.edu credentials. This is a FREE service provided by UofM. You do not need to pay for it! It is basically like Netflix for documentaries, but the university pays for our subscriiption. Find the University of Memphis from the list of subscribers. Use your memphis.edu email to create your account. Follow the steps promoted by kanopy.com to set up your account. Then, search for Race: The Power of an Illusion.
Requirements:
You should write your reflection after viewing Episode 1. Prompts to help you with your reflection are on the next page. Reflections should incorporate the knowledge and vocabulary about race you have gained from this class, as well as details from the film. That is, you should take the perspective of a sociologist and use sociological terms from the text in your reflection. Use the prompts on the following page to guide your reflection.
Your reflection should be at least 2 to 3 full pages of text, double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides. Write your reflection in paragraph format, not bullet points. Use a standard 12-point font like Arial or Times New Roman. Please be sure to proofread your essay before submitting.
Upload your completed reflection to Canvas. Each reflection should be your own original work created specifically for the purposes of this assignment. Your essay will be submitted through the university’s plagiarism software. Reflections written for other classes may not be submitted for credit. Reflections found to be in violation of this policy will receive a zero.
It is your responsibility that the correct file is uploaded. I will only grade the file you upload to the dropbox. Double-check that you upload the correct file. Save your reflection on your computer as something specific to this class and assignment. Do not use any special characters (such as ? # ! $ &) in the file name.
Save your file as a .doc, .docx, or .pdf. Other file types will not be accepted.

Episode Descriiption & Reflection Prompts: Race: The Power of an Illusion
Note: You do not have to answer each of these reflection prompts. Just use them to get you thinking. The questions are based on Race: The Power of an Illusion Discussion Guide (2003).
Episode 1 – The Difference Between Us: The Difference Between Us examines the contemporary science – including genetics – that challenges our common sense assumptions that human beings can be bundled into three or four fundamentally different groups according to their physical traits.
Reflection Prompts:
• What is the difference between a biological and a social view of race?

• Why is it impossible to use biological characteristics to sort people into consistent races?

• What kinds of biological differences were early scientists looking for to suggest that people of different races are fundamentally different?

• Who has benefited from the belief that we can sort people according to race and that there are natural or biologically based differences between racial groups?

• “Just because race isn’t something biological, that doesn’t mean it’s not real.” What are some of the real social consequences of race?

• Anthropologist Alan Goodman says that “to understand why the idea of race is a biological myth requires a major paradigm shift.” Do you agree? Did the film present anything that shifted your thinking in major way? If so, what? Is it difficult to make this shift? Why?