answer the short question 3

Describe the difference between the business necessity defense and the bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ) defense. Provide an example of each type of defense.

Your response to this question should be at least 250 words.

using your selected topic individually formulate a plan to address the needs of the selected problem population or community

Throughout this course, you have discussed the needs of various populations. Select a topic from the [8.1] Group Page. Using your selected topic, individually formulate a plan to address the needs of the selected problem, population or community. You should present your plan in the form of a presentation.

should be minimum of 5 slides. include references and citations.

The topic is Traumatic Brain Injury

it is group assignment 1

i have an is group assignment we are 4 students in this group.

1)minimum 2250 words will fine for me.

2) and a presentation

3)also i need Appendix (i attached the guideline and format for it ..)

full details is in attached files.

please check attached files carefully. and i need A++ quality work.

follow the all instructions and marking criteria.

english essay 220



The specific gender and work issue I have decided to focus upon in Essay 1 is the issue of gender based stereotype at the workplace. Gender stereotype at the workplace main affect women through sexual harassment, wage gap, promotions, and perceived differences in skills or abilities between men and women. The effects of gender biasness or discrimination against women at the workplace tend to spread into various aspects of work in daily routines. I was led to choosing this issue because I find gender stereotyping and biasness to continue beingpersistent in ways that are not easy to identify or notice. In the video published on YouTube by NYU Abu Dhabi, (2018, min 204), I got interested by the narrator claim that gender discrimination at the workplace “could be driven by stereotypes and not by differences in abilities between the genders, which could have big negative consequences” (NYU Abu Dhabi, 2018).


The TEDx Talks video helps me develop my perspective in this issue, specifically where the speaker “young femalescientists tell me stories that are heartbreakingly similar to those of our early experiences” (TEDx Talks, 2015). To capture this quotation, the guidelines from the book’s chapter “The Art of Quotation” by Graff & Birkenstein (2010) helped quote just the right number of direct words enough to represent the speaker’s idea. In this quotation, the speaker, also a woman highlights incidences where women were discriminated against in many ways at school, colleges, and in the workplace. She says that it is a shock to see women still being stereotyped as less intelligent, underperformers and less skilled simply because they are women. While women have tried to cover the once existing huge gap between men and women in terms of education, the highly anticipated gender equality is excessively far to be attained.


One of the additional equations I would still have about the issue is; how can organizations utilize strategies derived from factors contributing to gender biasness to find gender discrimination at the workplace? The other question is; how can they cultural drivers to enhance awareness?

In Essay 1, you will be offering your perspective on a gender issue that you have identified in the field that you plan to work in. Your goal in Essay 1 is to offer a deeper perspective on this issue by turning to at least two assigned essayists. Essayists to consider include: Reeves and Sawhill, Soh, Slaughter, and Orth. Since you need 3 pieces of textual evidence total, you may also find one reliable outside source on your own.

(You are welcome to use three texts from this unit, if you would like. You may also use one of the TED Talks as your third piece of evidence.)


Your essay should have a compelling introduction. You should engage the reader by referring to a particular piece of evidence that helps you to introduce the gender issue that you are interested in. You might include a piece of evidence come from your personal experience, from a book, from a TED Talk, or from the culture (television show, film, commercial, etc.).

Your introduction should also, of course, include your thesis. Your thesis should give us a sense of what you realize about the specific work-related gender issue you have chosen to examine.

Broadly speaking, there are two different ways that you might approach your thesis (you would want to pick one or the other):

  1. You might decide that your thesis will be a claim about cause and effect. In other words, you might decide that your thesis will convey why you think the controversy exists. Who or what is responsible for the issue and why?
  2. Or, you might decide that your thesis will be a claim about solving the problem. How might the problem be solved and why?


In the body of your essay, you should support your thesis. Help us to see how your perspective on your topic is substantiated based upon what other thinkers (including Reeves and Sawhill, Soh, Slaughter, Orth) help you to realize. The body of your essay should contain paragraphs that are connected through transitional sentences. Remember that each piece of evidence in your body needs to be introduced in your words in a way that connects back to the previous paragraph and connects to your thesis. Once you introduce and present your evidence, you also need to interpret it for us and extract an idea from it that connects to your thesis.


Your conclusion should not simply repeat what you have already said in your essay. It should tie together what you have written in the body and leave the reader with something new to think about. It should make a move beyond what you have written thus far to consider the larger cultural implications of the issue you are interested in.

Another way to approach the conclusion is to consider the opposite of what you have argued in the body. You could use a sentence beginning with “Even though,” “While,” “Whereas,” or “And yet” to signal that you are providing an opposing perspective and thus crafting a more balanced, well thought-out essay.


Your essay will need to have a Works Cited list in MLA style, as well as parenthetical documentation in MLA style. Please consult the Purdue Owl website for proper MLA style. We are using MLA style 8th edition. See Note on MLA Style.


Don’t forget to create a title for your essay.


3 pages, typed and double-spaced

one-inch margins

12-pt font

parenthetical documentation and works cited in MLA style

Check off each item below once you have completed the task described.


___Make sure you have an informative title.
___Make sure you put article titles in quotation marks.
___ If you are using an online source with no page numbers, do not put anything in parenthesis after the quotation (as long as you have included author name and title in your signal phrase) __If you are using a source that has page numbers, put the page number only in parenthesis after the quotation and put the period after the closed parenthesis.
___Make sure you have a correct works cited in MLA style (see Purdue Owl)


__Make sure you use present tense throughout (e.g., Rosen writes…).

Key words:

__Circle your key words (4-5) in your introduction.
__Make sure you put those key words into one powerful sentence that conveys the main idea of your essay.
__Make sure every topic sentence, evidence introduction, and evidence explanation contains at least one of your key words.

Signal Phrases:

___Make sure you introduce each quotation with a brief phrase that introduces the quotation to us and includes author name, title of source, and relevant key word.


___On a separate piece of paper, write:
What does each piece of evidence enable me to realize about my main idea that is different from my other evidence?

___Add your insights to your draft.


__Does the organization of your evidence make sense for your developing idea?

Connecting words:

___Work on inserting connecting words to signal how the ideas of your paragraphs relate. Words you might consider using include: while, although, however, as a result, in contrast, in addition, even though, and since

computerised and manual practical case studies part a reflective piece part b


Part A

practice set, instructions, data and submission instructions will be available (sometime in week 6) through Resources→Assessment Resources→Assessment Task 3→Assignment 3 Generator Link Part B objective is to enhance students’ engagement in their own learning by reflecting not only on their performance overall in the unit but also on various learning activities while doing assignments within this unit. This assessment activity is focused on developing an understanding of the Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes and in particular your knowledge and skill level with regards to Digital Literacy and Self-management. Your final submission with be as a Word document but should reflect aspects of an Infographic. Background. Graduate employers consistently tell us that they are looking for graduates who display not only technical skills but also those referred to as non-technical or employability skills. Employability skills are what the Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes are based on. These include communication, the ability to work in a team and to learn from mistakes, and Self- management. In this unit, Self-management refers to skills and strategies by which individuals can effectively identify and action learning opportunities and self-improvements to direct their own learning activities toward the achievement of personal and professional learning goals. Self-management skills include:

  • setting a future plan and establishing clear personal goals
  • reviewing and monitoring one’s own performance
  • taking responsibility for one’s own learning
  • setting priorities and milestones
  • clearly articulating personal ideas and vision
  • Digital Literacy, in this unit refers to being able to use a variety of digital media to:

  • search and navigate
  • think critically and
  • analyse, create and communicate
  • It encompasses a broad range of critical skills to engage in the information-driven world in which we live. This assignment will also help students to develop their skills in the process of collection, selection, curation, direction, evaluation and reflection.

    What is reflective practice? Reflective practice is about taking personal responsibility for actions, self-reflecting and critiquing your own performance and identifying and planning future development needs. In order to take personal responsibility for your actions you need to keep items that will act as evidence of this as you work on this unit. You could collect items such as documents used for assessment pieces and their feedback or personal journal entries that you make about your experience in the unit. It could be images that you take of a particular class that you found difficult to comprehend so you might like to take a photo of this as evidence or even a selfie of yourself in the library studying as you might have had a particular good study session and achieved many tasks that day. It can even be evidence of a conversation you had with a staff member who helped you understand an important concept. By having these items that act as evidence you will be able to reflect back on your activity within the unit during the trimester and critique your own performance. Once you have reviewed some of the resources about reflective practice the next stage is deciding what to write down.

    Task Requirements:-

    Your task is to develop a reflection highlighting the learning you have achieved within this unit, specifically in relation to your Digital Literacy and Self-management skills. You will be required to provide evidence in the form of digital artefacts to support your reflections. Your reflection is to be presented as a Word document (must be limited to 300 words +/- 10%), taking into consideration aspects found in Infographics. It is recommended that you keep records of your thoughts and feelings throughout the trimester on a regular basis, on the development of your Digital Literacy and Self-management skills.

    Step 1: Before undertaking the computerised and manual case scenario assessment item, think about your current knowledge and skill level with regard to Digital Literacy and Self-management. Decide whether you are at a beginner, intermediate or advanced knowledge and skill level for both Graduate Learning Outcomes. Record your opinion below by placing a tick in the appropriate cell, and include the table in your final submission, as part of your introduction. You will need to refer to this table when you are writing your final reflection to see how your knowledge and skills have improved.




    I think my Digital Literacy knowledge and skills are at the following level

    I think my Self-management knowledge and skills are at the following level

    Provide a justification as to why you think your knowledge and skills are at the level you have indicated.

    Step 2: It is a good idea to keep weekly notes on how you feel your knowledge and skills are developing with regards to Digital Literacy and Self-management. Some of the questions you can use to help you think about your knowledge and skills development are included below:

  • What am I doing to develop my knowledge and skills regarding Digital Literacy and Self-management?
  • What support resources have I used to develop my knowledge and skills?
  • Is there anything else I could be doing or accessing to help develop my knowledge and skills?
  • Is what I am currently doing, working?
  • Why is it working or not working?
  • How does this make me feel?
  • Why am I feeling this way?
  • What can I do to change / improve the situation?
  • What are my thoughts on how the knowledge and skills I am developing will assist my futurecareer?
  • It is not necessary to answer each question each time you write notes to yourself, but it is important that you consider these aspects of your knowledge development. The act of thinking about and answering these questions is known as Reflective Practice. The format these notes take is up to you. Remember to also collect examples of what you are doing regarding Digital Literacy and Self-management and the best examples are to be included in your final submission. These examples will be your artefacts.

    Step 3:

    Using your notes from step 2 compile your final reflective piece. The reflective piece should tie together the learning experiences that you have completed with regard to Digital Literacy and Self-Management. Reflect on where you performed well as well as where you did not. Within the reflective piece, make reference to the artefacts and the brief reflections that you have collected during the trimester. The references you make to these artefacts should support the claims that you are making about your learning. It is expected that you provide at the minimum 2 artefacts (evidence) that supports both Digital Literacy and Self-Management. In what format should I produce the final reflective piece? The final reflective piece must

    be produced as a Word document but presented as an infographic. A sample infographic is provided on the Unit Site that can be used to help develop your final submission. Word Limit: +/- 300 words, double-spaced, 12-point Ariel or Times New Roman font. A word count must be included. Students exceeding the word limitby more than 10% will incur a mark penalty.

    final exam 146

    Please read instructions carefully!

    Importance Notice Regarding Sources to be Used in this Exam

    1. For this exercise you may NOT use any sources other than the following:
    • Text books that have been required readings for this class.
    • Online sources that you have read through links that appeared with some of your weekly assignments.
    1. Failure to abide by the instructions above in any part of this exam will constitute an act of plagiarism and will result in a failing grade for this exam. Cascadia’s policy on plagiarism has been summarized on the course syllabus. It is pasted again below for your consideration:

    Academic Honesty

    The College regards acts of academic dishonesty, including such activities as plagiarism, cheating and/or/violations of integrity in information technology, as very serious offenses. In the event that cheating, plagiarism or other forms of academic dishonesty are discovered, each incident will be handled as deemed appropriate. Care will be taken that students’ rights are not violated and that disciplinary procedures are instituted only in cases where documentation or other evidence of the offense(s) exists. A description of all such incidents shall be forwarded to the Vice President for Student Success, where a file of such occurrences will be maintained. The vice president may institute action against a student according to the college’s disciplinary policies and procedures as described in the Student Handbook. In this class, any work found to involve academic dishonesty will be given a grade of 0 and a description of the incident will be forwarded to the Vice President for Student Success. A second instance of academic dishonesty will result in failure of the course.

    1. You are required to integrate readings and themes from the course into your responses in a clear and coherent fashion. Demonstrate that you have undertaken the readings relevant to each question in a timely fashion and that you have critically reflected on those readings. Note that more than one reading might be relevant to a particular question. It is your responsibility to ascertain what constitutes the full range of relevant readings for any question. When appropriate, refer to sources in a formal manner. Cite sources when appropriate.

    The Exam:

    This exam is comprised of two parts. In each part, you will be writing on the question that I have selected from the study guide for this exam. I will be choosing the question that you will be writing on.

    Part I (25 points)

    Please respond to the following question. In your response you should aim for approximately 350-500 words. The questions that appear below offer you an opportunity to think critically about what you are learning. Offer concrete examples that illustrate the point that you are making. You are required to integrate readings and themes from the course into your post in a coherent fashion. Demonstrate that you have undertaken the readings relevant to each question in a timely fashion and that you have critically reflected on these readings. Note that more than one source might be relevant to a particular question. It is your responsibility to ascertain what constitutes the full range of relevant readings and films for any question. When appropriate, refer to these sources in a formal manner. Cite sources when appropriate.

    1. On the one hand, wars can be very destructive of life and property. On the other hand, wars have brought about fundamental transformations in society, economics, politics and culture. Explain, with reference to concrete historical examples.

    Part II (30 points)

    Please respond to the following question. In your response you should aim for approximately 350-500 words. The questions that appear below offer you an opportunity to think critically about what you are learning. Offer concrete examples that illustrate the point that you are making. You are required to integrate readings and themes from the course into your post in a coherent fashion. Demonstrate that you have undertaken the readings relevant to each question in a timely fashion and that you have critically reflected on these readings. Note that more than one source might be relevant to a particular question. It is your responsibility to ascertain what constitutes the full range of relevant readings and films for any question. When appropriate, refer to these sources in a formal manner. Cite sources when appropriate.

    1. Nineteenth-century imperialists claimed that they were fulfilling a “civilizing mission” in their overseas conquests. To what extent was this claim true? Specifically, what significant reforms and changes did the British bring to India? What changes did the British not make?

    Book needs: Traditions-and-Encounters-6th-Edition

    It’s too big, please give me an email address, so I can send it to you, Thanks!

    Business Ethics

    In this assignment you have a write a short paper on a contemporary topic. Using data, reasoning, and arguments, present your assessment of the topic. It is important that you make recommendations and identify limitations of your research that has led you to make the recommendations.

    Can business ethics be taught in a classroom?

    Should there be mandatory representation from employees on company boards?

    Your analysis should not exceed 4 pages (excluding references and an additional 2 pages of appendix). The assignment should be in MS Word and at least 11 Arial font. APA format

    discussion and responses 2 etc

    Subject: Emerging Threats & Countermeas

    Chapter 1 provided a high-level overview of the need for a national framework for protecting critical infrastructure. For some additional reading, take a look at the latest Presidential Order that relates to strengthening cybersecurity that relates to critical infrastructure:…

    After reading chapter 1 and looking at the link above, you’re ready to participate in the first discussion.

    Let’s look at a real-world scenario and how the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plays into it. In the scenario, the United States will be hit by a large-scale, coordinated cyber attack organized by China. These attacks debilitate the functioning of government agencies, parts of the critical infrastructure, and commercial ventures. The IT infrastructure of several agencies are paralyzed, the electric grid in most of the country is shut down, telephone traffic is seriously limited and satellite communications are down (limiting the Department of Defense’s [DOD’s] ability to communicate with commands overseas). International commerce and financial institutions are also severely hit. Please explain how DHS should handle this situation.

    You must do the following:

    1) As indicated above, please explain how DHS should handle the situation described in the preceding paragraph. (Around 500 to 600 words) need to submit by Wednesday(in next 48 hours)

    2) Select AT LEAST 2 other students’ threads and post substantive comments on those threads. Your comments should extend the conversation started with the thread. (need to submit by anytime between thursday to saturday)

    To guide your discussions, please consider the following questions:

    • What did you learn from your classmate’s posting?
    • What additional questions do you have after reading the posting?
    • What clarification do you need regarding the posting?
    • What differences or similarities do you see between your posting and other classmates’ postings?

    Required Resources

    • Amoroso, E. G. (2012). Cyber attacks: protecting national infrastructure. Elsevier.

    What is a Botnet Attack?

    Affects of Cyber Attacks on critical Infrastructure:

    exercise sheet and ppt 2 works in total

    1)Lecture Exercise 4 is based upon the importance of presentations. Use what you’ve seen throughout this course to critique a TED Talk of your choosing.


    For the computer skills this week, it’s time to conceptualize and approach the presentation portion of disseminating information. You’ve seen snippets of what this looks like when watching lecture videos. This week you should watch and focus on the important factors of viewing presentations in a professional manner. The following videos give you introductions and overviews into Powerpoint on how begin using them, applying the templates, and even creating custom ones.

    You will use this information and, a general critical approach to TED Talks, to conceptualize the importance of presentations. From there, I want you to take these components to create a Presentation


    Using the presentation software of your choice, I want you to translate the TED Talk you watched into a slide-based presentation for conveying the information.

    This exercise is to push you to consider the delicate balance between the amount of content on slides alongside the amount of lecture (i.e. talking about/beyond/over slides) a good lecture needs.

    When I lecture in-person, I regularly see some students copy the text on slides verbatim but not adding any of the content from the lecture. This is obviously not good since the point of the additional lecture is to give the deeper understandings (text on slides for a large portion of your professors is basically “here are the headlines, listen for the important aspects of the story). On top of this, though, I find that students do not stay engaged with classes that are lecture only (i.e. no slides). One of the reasons that TED Talks can work so well with minimal slides is that ability to re-watch/pause/adjust speed. Most presentations do not occur in this fashion, though, so it’s a delicate balance. To push you to really consider where focus needs to lie, you’ll be working to translate a lecture-heavy presentation into a set of presentation slides you’d be more likely to see in one of your in-person classes.

    you mike and tiffany meet in a conference room to begin to assemble your final presentation this presentation will be the project deliverable so you want to make sure you have provided all of the requirements mike begins i think we ve done some p

    This assignment ties in with previous assignments that I will upload and based on a furniture company and textiles.

    2-3 pages APA Format with citations and references

    Deborah enters your office ready to discuss the project. She discusses her feedback on the plan thus far. She states that your team is doing an excellent job researching and you’ve been keeping her up-to-date on your findings. She commends you for your focus on effective management strategies because your team has been looking at every aspect of the company and considering both internal and external pros and cons. She asks that your team now apply the findings to develop a strategic framework so that the company can begin its global expansion programs. You decide that Deborah has brought up another good point and decide that the balanced scorecard would make a good part of strategic framework.

    A balanced scorecard suggests that we view the organization from four perspectives (the learning & growth perspective, the business process perspective, the customer perspective, and the financial perspective). Create a 2-3 page paper that discusses the following:

    • Briefly discuss the four perspectives of the balanced scorecard and analyze what each means to your organization.
    • In addition to the balanced scorecard, provide an overview of two other strategies that would be part of your company’s strategic framework for global expansion.
    • Why is it important to combine different strategies when pursuing global expansion?

    In addition to your textbook material, here are a few resources that may help you learn more about the basics of the balanced scorecard: