Need assistance with the assignment below.

1500 words, and I chose meals on wheels.

The core assessment for this course will be a culmination of weekly exercises into a specific policy brief. This policy brief will be a short document that presents the findings and recommendations of a research project to a non-specialized audience. Students will pick an issue related to aging. They will pick one from the following list of six broad areas:

  1. Older Americans Act
  2. Medicare
  3. Medicaid
  4. Long Term Care as part of the Affordable Care Act
  5. Prevention and public health fund-Chronic Disease Self-management
  6. Meals on Wheels

Students will need to email the professor and request approval for your chosen topic. The purpose of this project is to synthesize material covered throughout each unit of the course. Each unit of the course, in addition to covering a specific topic, students also take a virtual tour of an online website that explores programs or services aimed to serve older adults. This policy brief will focus on a specific topic of interest, as it relates to the impact of policies on programs or services for older adults. This project specifically relates to the core learning outcomes of being able to specify social, environmental, and policy impacts on adult development and aging, and exploring research methods that are used in studying aging populations. It also relates to the Unit 7 specific learning outcome of being able to analyze, propose, and report on a policy recommendation as it relates to healthy aging. The policy brief will be due during Unit 7. This project is worth 100 points.

arguable claim regarding water pollution

Project 3 consists of a 1000-1200 word academic essay that supports an arguable claim through background/context on the topic, evidence, counterarguments, and conclusion that offers the reader something for further thought. The essay is complemented by a presentation that retains the same purpose and claim as the essay, but presents the evidence-based argument in a digital medium.

The project should be a 1000-1200 word draft that argues in support of a particular thesis, uses at least three sources, and includes both an introduction and conclusion. Instructors will provide extensive feedback on this Early Draft.

Part I: The Essay

You will generate an arguable claim and write a 1,000-1,200 word academic essay to support that claim, based on the following requirements:

  1. present your arguable claim in your thesis (the THesis should describe the topic and your position of it. And it
    should mention all the introduction sentences of each paragraph)
  2. provide background on the topic
  3. use evidence to support your claim
  4. explain counterarguments and refute them to support your claim
  5. offer a conclusion that underscores why your argument matters within a larger context

Part II: The Presentation

After writing your academic essay, you will translate your argument into a presentation that retains the same purpose/claim as the essay. This presentation should follow the following requirements:

  1. Make a verbal argument that follows the thesis and claims presented in your written essay;
  2. Use Google Slides as a supplement to your in-class presentation. Your Google Slides presentation should (1) complement the spoken presentation and (2) follow proper design principles
  3. Evidence and outside materials (images, etc.) used in the digital remediation must be cited appropriately (document evidence through parenthetical citations in the text as well as on a Works Cited slide).
  4. Purpose Prior to Project 2 you developed a research question to guide the research you conducted, then situated that research in the historical context of your topic. In Project 2, you will write an argumentative essay and translate that argument into a Google Slides presentation for an audience of your peers who are less knowledgeable about your topic
  5. Moving from an assessment of the historical context from your Project 1 paper, the thesis for Project 2 should distinctly stake your claim in the argument. The thesis should respond to the research question by establishing an arguable claim. The thesis should include your understanding of counterarguments and develop evidence-based claims that support your argument on the topic.

in the attachment you will find my last work and the sources you have to use . The paper should be in MLA format.

Budget for Banana Republic

We are doing Banana Republic campaign and right now I should complete the budget part which depends on our previous work. Please read our project that we have done before (the objective part) and then search online about the budget that Banana Republic did in last period. Then plz write about the budget for next year. The budget for Banana Republic in this project should include:


Social media promotions

OOH print ad costs + number of pieces printed

Video creation

App update and website estimate

I think you can use AdSpender or Mintel to do the research and write about the budget. Just write a paragraph is fine. Thank you.

Fear Reduction Strategies

Propose strategies of policing to reduce fear of crime. The paper should include the following components:

  • Describe what community policing is and why it is important.
  • Identify which crimes the public worries about most frequently and
    establish a demographic profile of those who worry about crime more than
  • Based on the above evidence and patterns identified, propose a
    strategic plan of crime fear reduction in terms of target groups, target
    areas, and type of program(s), including how technology can assist with
    this effort.

The writing quality of your proposal should meet the following requirements:

  • Be 3-4 pages in length.
  • Include at least three academic sources, and be formatted to APA

Negotiation with families

This assignment asks you to consider a negotiation scenario with family members.

Consider this scenario: You and your brother work for your father’s successful family business, which employs 15 individuals. Your role has evolved from being the Chief Machinist to being the General Manager and main salesperson for the business. Your brother has creative talent and is good at designing and fabrication, but is not strong in interpersonal skills. Additionally, your brother does not take care of his personal appearance and uses language around customers that is not appropriate.

Your father wants you to give your brother additional responsibilities. He suggests that your brother should work in the sales/front-facing side of the business. Your father has asked you to develop a plan that successfully integrates your brother into the public side of the business. However, you do not feel that it is the right thing to do for the business!

Explain your negotiation strategy. Additionally, address the following topics:

  1. Explain why this is a multi-issue negotiation, as well as the benefits of this type of negotiation.
  2. Define your goal or desired outcome for this negotiation.
  3. Explain what you know about your father’s goals or interests concerning the negotiation.
    1. Additionally, list the questions you need to ask to improve your understanding of the other party’s goals and interests.
  4. Discuss any potential issues you believe might arise in this negotiation as a result of your relationship with the other party.
  5. Propose at least two strategies you will employ in the negotiation to help maintain your relationship with this person.

Your paper should be 6-8 pages in length and conform to the APA Requirements. Include at least three scholarly references in addition to the course readings.

Grammar and punctuation are KEY!


business colleagues

When negotiating within the context of an important relationship, a negotiator instinctively knows that the approach to the process must differ from what would be appropriate for a negotiation with an unrelated party, with whom he or she may never again have contact. A negotiation with a family member, a significant person in one’s life, a business colleague, or any other person with whom one may have future contact requires more attention to emotions, long-term issues surrounding the negotiation, and the desired outcome.

There are some distinctive aspects of negotiating with a related party. First, the negotiation process may take more time. Since you are hopeful to maintain the relationship, you will tend to spend more time thinking about your responses and the other party’s needs. There may be more concession making, and there may be a time when you and the other party work together to discover a unique solution to a problem (Long-Crowell, 2014).

Second, you will likely take more time to learn about the other party’s interests. Since you wish to maintain the relationship, the other party’s interests are not just information to use against him or her, but are genuinely a related concern for you and your desired outcome (Robbins & Judge, 2009).

Third, the outcome will have a future impact on you and the relationship. For example, imagine that you and a business supplier negotiate over who will pay the check after having lunch at a restaurant. This may seem like a very simple negotiation; however, if you and the business colleague go to lunch together once a month, then picking up the check may become an issue.

Fourth, negotiations between related parties have the propensity to become emotionally charged. Since, as humans, we care deeply about relationships, that extreme feeling of care can spill over into the negotiations as anger, hostility, frustration, or any other strong emotion.

The final distinction of negotiating with a related party is that the negotiation process may never end. The other party may rehash old arguments, or the same issue may arise after you think it has been resolved (Robbins & Judge, 2009).

Relationship Dimensions
In order to examine how we approach negotiations with a related party, we must first understand certain dimensions of relationships. These relationship dimensions are not specific to negotiation processes, but they are relevant to a negotiation between two related parties. There are three very important aspects to a successful relationship:

  • Your reputation
  • Your trustworthiness
  • Your values regarding justice

For a moment, reflect upon an important relationship in your life. Think about how your reputation plays into that relationship. Think about how the other person’s reputation plays into his or her relationship with you. Now, reflect on the issue of trust. You can imagine how the relationship would become very different if you no longer trusted the other person. Finally, reflect on your own sense of what is right and wrong as compared with your perception of the other person’s values regarding what is right and wrong. Do you see that if the other person’s sense of what is right differed vastly from yours, then your relationship would be different? Reputation, trust, and justice are three very important, yet intangible, qualities that affect every relationship, whether personal or business.

Emotions play a much greater role in negotiations with someone we know. Even nonverbal gestures and voice intonations can signal something to the other party and change the process more dramatically than they might when negotiating with an unknown party.

We employ a particular “dance,” or speaking cadence, when communicating with someone with whom we have an ongoing relationship. For example, if you’re telling your mother a funny story about your date last night, you have an idea of what her attention span will be and what questions she may ask. You may leave out details or stress certain aspects of the story. When you tell that same story to your best friend, you use a different “dance.” The story may go on longer and include more details.

We have a learned communication “dance” for each person with whom we regularly communicate. This is a central reason why negotiations between related parties must be managed differently. When we throw a negotiation situation into the regular cadence of the script, we usually end up having to throw the script out the window. Then we find ourselves without a script, doing a scene with someone we know, but trying to act as if we don’t know him or her.

The emotional overtone resulting from the relationship aspect of a negotiation can be used to one’s advantage. In a business relationship negotiation, there is a tendency for one or both parties to say, “It’s just business,” and attempt to separate the business deal from the relationship. However, we instinctively know that good business is built on the relationship aspects of trust, reputation, and justice. Therefore, if the business relationship is ongoing, it may be impossible to separate business from the relationship. Taking the approach that business cannot be separated from the relationship may become your strategy for a successful negotiation. You may agree with the other party that “It’s just business,” but then plan your negotiation as if the relationship were more important. When the related business party feels satisfied with having received a good deal from you, he or she may reciprocate in other ways unrelated to the negotiated issue.

When negotiating with a related party, the information-gathering and information-using stages of planning and implementing also may have emotional implications. Because of this relationship, you may have access to information about the other party that affects the process of the negotiation (Anderson, 2011).

When you are considering negotiating with someone you know, it is always important to remain aware of the effects that this negotiation may have on the ongoing relationship. Because of this awareness, it is entirely possible that you will choose not to negotiate with a related party. If negotiation is unavoidable, however, you will have the tools and strategies to manage the process appropriately in order to maintain the relationship.

3. Relationship Repair

woman on the phone

Sometimes, even with the best of skills and intentions, a relationship may be damaged through the process of negotiation. When this happens, it’s important to know what to do to repair the relationship. Bradberry (2011) defines repair as “a gesture that shows respect and concern for the other despite disagreement” (para. 2).

In this weeks required reading, Moore (2007) suggests the following steps for making repairs to a relationship:

  • Distinguish between true conflicts and false conflicts.
  • Get objectivity.
  • Start on a foundation of sameness.
  • “Beat up” issues, not the people attached to the issues.

Sample paper is attached.

Week 1 forum post

First, watch the video “The Power of the Situation” at

This is a streaming video that may take to time to buffer enough content to run smoothly. If it has starts and stops when you first start watching it, wait for it to load all the way to the end and then you should be able to view it again without any interruptions. If you cannot view this video due to technical difficulties or limitations on streaming videos where you are, read Articles 3 and 4 in our Readings about the Social Animal course book.

Second, think of a time when you found yourself in the midst of a situation in which you behaved or reacted “out of character”—that is, in a manner very different from your accustomed mode of behavior.

In a 200 word minimum length initial post describe the nature of this situation and explain why you behaved the way you did using what we have studied this week about conformity.

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  • Week 5 Assignment 2.2 – Submit Here

    Students, please view the “Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment” video in the Student Center.
    Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.

    Assignment 2.2: Justification Report – Part 2
    Due Week 5 and worth 150 points

    In Part 1 of your Justification Report assignment, you built up the following sections: Problem Statement, Overview of Alternatives, Criteria, and Methods. In Part 2, you will revise Part 1 based on your instructor’s suggestions and add to it the following sections: Evaluation of Alternatives, Findings and Analysis, and References.

    Use the basic outline below to draft your paper. Organize your responses to each question under the following section headings:

    • Evaluation of Alternatives (for Questions 1-3)
    • Findings and Analysis (for Questions 4-5)
    • References (for Question 6)

    Using the provided template, write Part 2 of a single-spaced report in which you:

    1. Research the two (2) alternatives (i.e. possible solutions) that you’ve identified in your Part 1 Evaluation of Alternatives section. Record bibliographic information during research. 
      1. Example: You might research other organizations that have attempted similar solutions to the problem you have identified and explore the results of those experiments. 
    2. Use what you discover in your research to evaluate each alternative by each of your five (5) criteria. 
      1. Example: If your research revealed that four companies similar to yours increased productivity after allowing their workers to telework from home three days per week, you might conclude that one of your suggested alternatives – in this case, the option to telework from home three days per week – satisfies one of your criterion of “Productivity” as a high-potential solution to a problem you’ve identified (of decreased worker morale and productivity at Doe’s Electronics). However, additional research might frustrate a recommendation of this alternative if it is found to fall short of other criteria while a second alternative fares better. For instance, a telework alternative might be found to be too costly to implement; too frustrating for consumers who prefer daily, in-person customer service; or too divergent from the company’s brand, “Always there for you!”
    3. Organize the assignment by your criteria. Explain in narrative form how each of your two (2) alternatives stacks up against your first criterion. Next, explain how each alternative stacks up against your second criterion, etc. 
      1. Example: An abbreviated outline of what this longer section might look like based on the above example is below (Note: Only the first two [2] of five [5] required criteria are included to give you a feel for the structure). Your researched findings, represented as circled bullets below, should be explained in two to five (2-5) sentences. Include in-text citations and follow up with References in APA style):

        Evaluation of Alternatives

        • Productivity
          • Alternative A: Telework from home 3 days per week 
            • {narrate findings based on research here}
          • Alternative B: Offer two extra Floating Holidays to each employee per year 
            • {narrate findings based on research here}
        • Cost
          • Alternative A: Telework from home 3 days per week 
            • {narrate findings based on research here}
          • Alternative B: Offer two extra Floating Holidays to each employee per year
            • {narrate findings based on research here}
    4. Briefly summarize in narrative form the major discoveries that emerged from the Evaluation of Alternatives section.
    5. Include a chart like the ones below to illustrate at a glance:

      Figure 1: Alternatives Analyzed by Criteria


      Telework Option

      Floating Holiday Option


      Very high

      Negligible increase


      Very high


      Company Image


      Negligible increase

      Worker Morale


      Negligible increase




      TOTAL Feasibility* of Alternatives based on Criteria?

      Moderate to High

      Low to Moderate

      *Feasability = Capability of an alternative being carried out with success

    6. Include an APA style (6th edition) References page that documents the two (2) sources (minimum) that you used and cited in-text in your Evaluation of Alternatives section.  Note that both resources may be secondary resources, or you may include one primary source and one secondary source. Remember that both in-text citations and References must be included (to avoid plagiarism) whenever you are directly quoting, summarizing, or paraphrasing researched material.

    Your assignment must:

    • Be typed, single spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
    • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

    The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

    • Support ideas or claims in body paragraphs with clear details, examples, and explanations.
    • Organize ideas logically by using transitional words, phrases, and sentences.
    • Use sentence variety and effective word choice in written communication.
    • Apply writing process strategies to develop formal business reports and / or proposals.
    • Use technology and information resources to research issues related to selected topics.
    • Write clearly and concisely using proper writing mechanics.

    Consider the feedback from your professor and / or online tutor when making your revisions.

    Click here to view the grading rubric.

research paper : What are the benefits and the drawbacks of using the Internet as a source of information?

Paper should have 5 paragraphs which including introduction, 3 body paragraphs and conclusion ( 1500 words)

Introduction should including (topic, background, thesis statement)

1th body paragraph (benefit)

2th body paragraph (disadvantage)

3th body paragraph (connect with personal experiences to sum up one view, for example, I think… even though…. Its counterargument on this part)

Conclusion (sum up all views, conclusion should very clearly and understanding)

All sources you need for this paper should found on the article that I post on it. So make sure you’re read it. Then you can use it well. The paper should have good organization and no grammar mistake. No plagiarism, i will check all steps make sure you answer all requirements, I am not accept incomplete work , thanks for helping.

Final paper goes with the outline I had you do

Final Paper

Prepare an 11- to 15-page paper (not including the title and reference pages) that assesses a legal/ethical issue or situation relating to a current, previous, or potential future work environment. Use at least 10 scholarly sources that are suitable for research in a graduate-level course.

Your paper must include the following:

  • A description of a business situation that presents a legal and ethical issue. The business situation must be from prior, current, or anticipated future employment experiences or from a current event. The description of the business situation must not exceed two pages.
  • An analysis of the ethical concerns raised by the situation.
    • Apply at least two different ethical theories to the situation to support at least two different outcomes.
    • The paper must determine which ethical outlook as applied to this particular situation will result in the best legal outcome for the business.
  • An explanation of at least three of the relevant areas of law that have been addressed in this course (e.g., constitutional law, contracts, anti-trust law, securities regulations, employment law, environmental law, crimes, or torts) and an assessment of the each area of law as it applies to the business situation identified.
  • A recommendation to reduce liability exposure and improve the ethical climate or the overall ethics of the situation. Your recommendation must be supported by specific legal, ethical, and business principles.

Writing the Final Paper
The Final Paper:

  • Must be 11 to 15 double-spaced pages in length (not including the title and reference pages), and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must include a title page with the following:
    • Title of paper
    • Student’s name
    • Course name and number
    • Instructor’s name
    • Date submitted
  • Must begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement which identifies the focus of the paper.
  • Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
  • Must end with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.
  • Must use at least 10 scholarly sources.
  • Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

Must include a separate references page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center

dissc 400 words

Let’s admit it: Most of us have taken some type of personality quiz either while reading a magazine in the dentist’s waiting room or after stumbling upon a test while surfing the internet! How valid are these measures? Are they reliable? Read this article (.)ارتباطات إلى موقع خارجي.about the types of tests embedded in the online dating site OKCupid.

What kinds of reliability, if any, do you think are important to establish for these online tests?

In your opinion, what types of validity should be required of these types of tests? In other words, are they “all in good fun” or do you think there is some detriment to them? Why or why not?

What other online personality or mental health tests have you encountered? What kind of data (inspired by Chapter 5) would convince you that these tests are reliable and valid?