Case Study

[SOLVED] Computer Crime and Victimless Crime

Q1: Paul steals an expensive watch from the local jewelry store. He knows that Ken needs a watch. At the time Paul stole the watch, he intended to sell it to Ken. As he is leaving the jewelry store, he is apprehended by police. Paul begs for mercy. He states that he has an agreement to sell any watch that he may steal to Ken. The police tell Paul that if he cooperates, his sentence will be lighter. They give the watch back to Paul. Paul meets Ken and shows Ken the watch. Paul tells Ken the watch is stolen. Ken buys the watch. -Could Ken be convicted of receiving stolen property? Is Paul guilty of larceny? Explain your reasoning. Q2: Define larceny and embezzlement. Are both of these crimes considered theft? Why or why not? What are the differences between larceny and embezzlement? Why are the differences important? Q3: What is computer crime? What are examples of this type of crime? Provide a short description of one of the early cases of computer crime. Explain at least two federal statutes which are relevant to crimes committed with or against computer equipment. Describe the four elements of computer tampering. Q4: You have been asked to serve on a special citizen committee designed to provide lawmakers with feedback on the legalization of victimless crimes. You are specifically asked whether or not you think these types of crimes should be legalized. What is your answer? How would you justify your answer?

Nov 22nd, 2021

Case Study

[SOLVED] Case Analysis

Requirements: Provide a detailed case analysis using APA format-title page, references and in-text citations. Submit the assignment in Blackboard as a Word document.

Nov 22nd, 2021

Case Study

[SOLVED] The Pelican Stores Case Study

Case Problem 1 – Pelican Stores The textbook contains a series of case problems that highlight situations that real organizations could encounter and are related to the weekly learning activities. At the end of Chapter 2, read the Pelican Stores Case Study Please download the data set to solve the case study: PelicanStores.xlsx  Instructions: Write a two-page APA report answering the questions below. Do not just answer the questions, but use the questions to formulate your report. Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to University’s Academic Integrity Policy. Requirements of the assignment: All papers must follow all APA requirements including an abstract. (10% deduction if not) All papers must have a reference page.   The textbook is an acceptable source. Body of the paper 2 -3 pages, no more or less. Title page, abstract, and reference pages are required.  However, they do not count towards any page count. Writing should reflect an understanding of the chapter’s basic concepts, thorough research, and logic and critical thinking skills. The introduction is attention getting with sufficient background information to establish the topic and a clear thesis statement. The conclusion summarizes the main points and leaves the reader with a strong comprehension of the paper’s significance and the author’s understanding. Grammatically correct – No spelling, grammar, or mechanics errors. Do not use the first person. (10% deduction if used)

Nov 20th, 2021

Case Study

[SOLVED] Leadership Development

Upon successful completion of the week, you will be able to: -List the University of Iowa leadership styles. -Describe similarities and differences between the University of Michigan and Ohio State University leadership models. -Discuss similarities and differences between the Ohio State University -Leadership Model and the Leadership Grid. -Discuss similarities and differences among the three content motivation theories. -Discuss the major similarities and differences among the three process motivation theories. -Explain the four types of reinforcement. -Analyze major differences among content, process, and reinforcement theories. Assignment below -Select a leader of your choice, ideally one that you know from your place of work (now or in the past), to profile.  -Assess their leadership abilities (strengths and weaknesses) using leadership theory that you have learned so far in the course. -Support your analysis and assessment using 3-5 appropriate research sources. -You should conclude your paper with a summary of your findings and recommendations derived from this analysis.

Nov 18th, 2021

Case Study

[SOLVED] Applying Ethical Principles

Develop a solution to a specific ethical dilemma faced by a health care professional by applying ethical principles. Describe the issues and a possible solution in a 3-5-page paper. Introduction Whether you are a nurse, a public health professional, a health care administrator, or in another role in the health care field, you must base your decisions on a set of ethical principles and values. Your decisions must be fair, equitable, and defensible. Each discipline has established a professional code of ethics to guide ethical behavior. In this assessment, you will practice working through an ethical dilemma as described in a case study. Your practice will help you develop a method for formulating ethical decisions. Demonstration of Proficiency By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria: Competency 1: Apply information literacy and library research skills to obtain scholarly information in the field of health care. Apply academic peer-reviewed journal articles relevant to an ethical problem or issue as evidence to support an analysis of the case. Competency 3: Apply ethical principles and academic standards to the study of health care. Summarize the facts in a case study and use the three components of an ethical decision-making model to analyze an ethical problem or issue and the factors that contributed to it. Discuss the effectiveness of the communication approaches present in a case study. Discuss the effectiveness of the approach used by a professional to deal with problems or issues involving ethical practice in a case study. Apply ethical principles to a possible solution to an ethical problem or issue described in a case study. Competency 4: Write for a specific audience, in appropriate tone and style, in accordance with Capella’s writing standards. Write clearly and logically, with correct use of spelling, grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Write following APA style for in-text citations, quotes, and references. Instructions Note: The requirements outlined below correspond to the grading criteria in the scoring guide. At a minimum, be sure to address each point. In addition, you are encouraged to review the performance-level descriptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed. For this assessment, develop a solution to a specific ethical dilemma faced by a health care professional. In your assessment: Access the Ethical Case Studies media piece to review the case studies you will be using for this assessment. Select the case most closely related to your area of interest and use it to complete the assessment. Note: The case study may not supply all of the information you need. In such cases, you should consider a variety of possibilities and infer potential conclusions. However, please be sure to identify any assumptions or speculations you make. Include the selected case study in your reference list, using proper APA style and format. Refer to the Evidence and APA section of the Writing Center for guidance. Summarize the facts in a case study and use the three components of an ethical decision-making model to analyze an ethical problem or issue and the factors that contributed to it. Identify which case study you selected and briefly summarize the facts surrounding it. Identify the problem or issue that presents an ethical dilemma or challenge and describe that dilemma or challenge. Identify who is involved or affected by the ethical problem or issue. Access the Ethical Decision-Making Model media piece and use the three components of the ethical decision-making model (moral awareness, moral judgment, and ethical behavior) to analyze the ethical issues. Apply the three components outlined in the Ethical Decision-Making Model media. Analyze the factors that contributed to the ethical problem or issue identified in the case study. Describe the factors that contributed to the problem or issue and explain how they contributed. Apply academic peer-reviewed journal articles relevant to an ethical problem or issue as evidence to support an analysis of the case.  In addition to the readings provided, use the Capella library to locate at least one academic peer-reviewed journal article relevant to the problem or issue that you can use to support your analysis of the situation. The How Do I Find Peer-Reviewed Articles? library guide will help you locate appropriate references. Cite and apply key principles from the journal article as evidence to support your critical thinking and analysis of the ethical problem or issue. Review the Think Critically About Source Quality resource. Assess the credibility of the information source. Assess the relevance of the information source. Discuss the effectiveness of the communication approaches present in a case study. Describe how the health care professional in the case study communicated with others. Assess instances where the professional communicated effectively or ineffectively. Explain which communication approaches should be used and which ones should be avoided. Describe the consequences of using effective and non-effective communication approaches. Discuss the effectiveness of the approach used by a professional to deal with problems or issues involving ethical practice in a case study. Describe the actions taken in response to the ethical dilemma or issue presented in the case study. Summarize how well the professional managed professional responsibilities and priorities to resolve the problem or issue in the case. Discuss the key lessons this case provides for health care professionals. Apply ethical principles to a possible solution to an ethical problem or issue described in a case study. Describe the proposed solution. Discuss how the approach makes this professional more effective or less effective in building relationships across disciplines within his or her organization. Discuss how likely it is the proposed solution will foster professional collaboration. Write clearly and logically, with correct use of spelling, grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Apply the principles of effective composition. Determine the proper application of the rules of grammar and mechanics. Write using APA style for in-text citations, quotes, and references. Determine the proper application of APA formatting requirements and scholarly writing standards. Integrate information from outside sources into academic writing by appropriately quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing, following APA style. Example Assessment: You may use the following to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like: Assessment 1 Example [PDF]. Additional Requirements Your assessment should also meet the following requirements: Length: 3–5 typed, double-spaced pages, not including the title page and reference page. Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point. APA tutorial: Use the APA Style Paper Tutorial [DOCX] for guidance. Written communication: Use correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation. References: Integrate information from outside sources to include at least two references (the case study and an academic peer-reviewed journal article) and three in-text citations within the paper. APA format: Follow current APA guidelines for in-text citation of outside sources in the body of your paper and also on the reference page. If you would like assistance in organizing your assessment, or if you simply have a question about your assessment, do not hesitate to ask faculty or the teaching assistants in the NHS Learner Success Lab for guidance and suggestions.

Nov 18th, 2021

Case Study

[ORDER SOLUTION] The Keen Family

Adress the following: How do the following cognitive factors account for the criminal behavior in the case study? *Groups and authority figures *Moral development/disengagement *Thinking patterns *Information processing How do the social and behavioral factors you identified last week interact with the cognitive factors listed above to create a cumulative effect on the criminal behavior in the case study? _________________________________________________________________________ The Keen Family History Mother: Sandra Keen AGE: 46 years old FAMILY: Sandra is married to Joseph Keen with whom she has two children: Shawn (17 years old) and Tracey (22 years old). She drank heavily during both pregnancies, and her children display some symptoms of fetal alcohol syndrome. As a parent, Sandra is emotionally unavailable and has ignored her children for much of their lives, except when they supply her with drugs and/or alcohol. EMPLOYMENT: Sandra’s employment in the human resources (HR) department of a local hospital was recently terminated. As a result, Sandra receives assistance from the state for housing and food. She also currently works part-time as an evening custodian at a local school. SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Sandra has been addicted to opiates for the past 5 years and has been an alcoholic for most of her adult life. CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR: Sandra is currently on probation after colluding with a nurse to steal opiates from the hospital to “manage her pain” from a car accident that occurred 5 years ago. ____________________________________________________________________ Father: Joseph Keen AGE: 53 years old FAMILY: Joseph has been married multiple times and is currently married to Sandra Keen. HEALTH: Joseph is prone to severe mood swings and periods of impulsivity and irrational behavior; however, he refuses to see a mental health professional for help. EMPLOYMENT: Joseph is currently unemployed because he is in prison. He used to be a long-haul truck driver and spent long periods of time away from his family. SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Joseph is an alcoholic who becomes very violent when he has been drinking. Prior to being put in prison, Joseph often frequented bars—where he picked up women whom he ultimately conned, manipulated, and physically intimidated to give him money to support his drinking habit. Joseph frequently brags to his fellow prisoners about how much money he has conned out of women, remarking that it is not his fault that the women are “dumb enough” to give him money. CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR: After a long night of drinking and fighting with Sandra, Joseph attempted to strangle her. As a result, he was sentenced to 3 years in prison. He does not think the attempted strangulation is a “big deal” and often jokes that, if he were not so drunk that night, he could have “finished the job.” __________________________________________________________________ Son: Shawn Keen AGE: 17 years old FAMILY: Shawn is fiercely loyal to this family and feels that he is the protector of his mother and sister, in the absence of his father. SCHOOL: Shawn is an average student but refuses to follow directions or rules. He becomes very combative when asked to do so. He has also been suspended from school multiple times for fighting. The most recent suspension occurred when Shawn punched a classmate in the face after the classmate accidently bumped into him in the hallway. When asked why he is aggressive with his peers, Shawn replied that his peers are conspiring against him and intentionally provoking him to get him into trouble. Shawn regularly skips school to be with friends. Despite receiving multiple phone calls about Shawn’s absences from school, Sandra does not attempt to discipline Shawn. SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Shawn drinks with his mother and uses marijuana with his friends—a few of whom sell drugs. CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR: Shawn is a member of a local gang whose crimes are petty, including shoplifting and vandalism. In most cases, Shawn has not gotten caught for these crimes and does not have any remorse for committing them because, technically, he is “not physically hurting anyone.” Currently, Shawn is on probation for truancy and theft. ____________________________________________________________________ Sister: Tracey Keen AGE: 22 years old HEALTH: Tracey has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She currently takes medication and sees a mental health counselor at the community clinic one to two (1–2) times weekly to manage her symptoms. FAMILY: Tracey currently lives with her mother and brother. She also has a 3-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. Tracey’s boyfriend, Victor, is “self-employed” (i.e., sells drugs). Victor often beats Tracey with his fists or a belt when he has been drinking or when she “provokes him.” Tracey often waits for Victor to pass out and steals opiates to supply her mother’s drug habit. SCHOOL: Tracey dropped out of high school during her junior year, after being expelled for attacking a teacher. EMPLOYMENT: Tracey is receiving disability payments due to her bipolar disorder. She also receives state assistance for childcare. CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR: Tracey is currently on probation for writing bad checks to banks. She initially engaged in this behavior because she believed it was the only viable way to make enough money to support her daughter—asserting that state assistance is “not enough.” She also argues that the banks “won’t miss the money” and that banks “steal money from people all the time.”

Aug 22nd, 2021

Case Study

[ORDER SOLUTION] Closing Case Trouble at McDonald’s

Chapter ReviewFor most of its history, McDonald’s has been an extraordinarily successful enterprise. It began in 1955, when the legendary Ray Kroc decided to franchise the McDonald brothers’ fast-food concept. Since its inception, McDonald’s has grown into the largest restaurant chain in the world, with almost 37,000 stores in 120 countries.For decades, McDonald’s success was grounded in a simple formula: Give consumers value for money, good quick service, and consistent quality in a clean environment, and they will return time and time again. To deliver value for money and consistent quality, McDonald’s standardized the process of order taking, making food, and providing service. Standardized processes raised employee productivity while ensuring that customers had the same experience in all branches of the restaurant. McDonald’s also developed close ties with wholesalers and food producers, managing its supply chain to reduce costs. As it became larger, buying power enabled McDonald’s to realize economies of scale in purchasing and pass on cost savings to customers in the form of low-priced meals, which drove increased demand. There was also the ubiquity of McDonald’s; their restaurants could be found everywhere. This accessibility, coupled with the consistent experience and low prices, built brand loyalty.The formula worked well until the early 2000s. By then, McDonald’s was under attack for contributing to obesity. Its low-priced, high-fat foods were dangerous, claimed critics. By 2002, sales were stagnating and profits were falling. It seemed that McDonald’s had lost its edge. The company responded with a number of steps. It scrapped its supersize menu and added healthier options such as salads and apple slices. Executives mined data to discover that people were eating more chicken and less beef. So McDonald’s added grilled chicken sandwiches, chicken wraps, Southern-style chicken sandwiches, and more recently, chicken for breakfast to their menu. Chicken sales doubled at McDonald’s between 2002 and 2008, and the company now buys more chicken than beef.McDonald’s also shifted its emphasis on beverages. For decades, drinks were an afterthought, but executives couldn’t help but note the rapid growth of Starbucks. In 2006, McDonald’s decided to offer better coffee, including lattes. McDonald’s improved the quality of its coffee by purchasing high-quality beans, using better equipment, and filtering its water. The company did not lose sight of the need to keep costs low and service quick, however, and continues to add coffee-making machines that produce lattes and cappuccinos in 45 seconds, at the push of a button. Starbucks it is not, but for many people a latte from the McDonald’s drive-through window is comparable. Today, the latte machines have been installed in almost half of the stores in the United States.All of these strategies seemed to work. Revenues, net profits and profitability all improved between 2002 and 2013. By 2014, however, McDonald’s was once more running into headwinds. Same-store sales declined in 2014, impacting profitability. Among the problems that analysts identified at McDonald’s was an inability to attract customers in the 19- to 30-year-old age group. Rivals offering healthier alternatives, such as Chipotle Mexican Grill, and “better burger” chains that appeal to this demographic, such as Smashburger, are gaining ground at the expense of McDonald’s. A recent Consumer Reports survey ranked McDonald’s burgers the worst among its peers. Another problem is that the quality of customer service at McDonald’s seems to have slipped. Many customers say that employees at McDonalds are rude and unprofessional. One reason why McDonald’s employees might be feeling stressed out is that the menu has grown quite large in recent years, and many restaurants are not longer staffed given the diversity of the menu.In 2015, management at McDonald’s took steps to fix these problems. The company emphasized a number of “velocity growth accelerators” including • (1)an “Experience of the Future” layout, which features a combination of ordering flexibility (including counter, kiosk, Web, and mobile ordering), customer experience (including a blend of front counter, table service, and curbside delivery), and a more streamlined menu (but one that still allows for personalization);• (2)mobile ordering and payments; and• (3)delivery alternatives.The results of these initiatives have been promising, with McDonald’s starting to see faster growth and better profitability.Sources: Jonathan Beer, “5 Reasons McDonald’s Has Indigestion,” CBS Money Watch, August 12, 2014; A. Martin, “McDonald’s, the Happiest Meal is Hot Profits,” New York Times, January 11, 2009; M. Vella, “A New Look for McDonald’s,” Business Week Online, December 4, 2008; M. Warner, “Salads or No, Cheap Burgers Revive McDonald’s,” New York Times, April 19, 2006. Virginia Chamlee, “The McDonald’s of the future has table service and touch screen ordering,” Eater, September 27, 2017. Case Discussion Questions1. What functional-level strategies has McDonald’s pursued to boost its efficiency?2. What functional-level strategies has McDonald’s pursued to boost its customer responsiveness?3. What does product quality mean for McDonald’s? Whatfunctional-level strategies has it pursued to boost its product quality?4. How has innovation helped McDonald’s improve itsefficiency, customer responsiveness, and product quality?5. Do you think that McDonald’s has any rare and valuable resources? In what value creation activities are these resources located?6. How sustainable is McDonald’s competitive position in the fast-food restaurant business?

Aug 13th, 2021

Case Study

[ORDER SOLUTION]  Imperialism and Genocide

Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook) See additional required resources within the option instructions. Instructions For this assignment, select one of the following options: Option 1: Imperialism The exploitation of colonial resources and indigenous labor was one of the key elements in the success of imperialism. Such exploitation was a result of the prevalent ethnocentrism of the time and was justified by the unscientific concept of social Darwinism, which praised the characteristics of white Europeans and inaccurately ascribed negative characteristics to indigenous peoples. A famous poem of the time by Rudyard Kipling, “White Man’s Burden,” called on imperial powers, and particularly the U.S., at whom the poem was directed, to take up the mission of civilizing these “savage” peoples. Read the poem at the following link: Link (website): White Man’s Burden (Links to an external site.) (Rudyard Kipling) After reading the poem, address the following in a case study analysis: Select a specific part of the world (a country), and examine imperialism in that country. What was the relationship between the invading country and the native people? You can select from these examples or choose your own: Belgium & Africa Britain & India Germany & Africa France & Africa Apply social Darwinism to this specific case. Analyze the motivations of the invading country? How did ethnocentrism manifest in their interactions? How does Kipling’s poem apply to your specific example? You can quote lines for comparison. Option 2: The Armenian Genocide Ethnic hatred is not new to the human race and ethnic hatred also goes hand in hand with some of the causes of World War 1 that we have discussed this week, namely nationalism and imperialism. In nationalism, the people not only believe their countrymen (those who look, talk, sound, and believe like them) are not only “better” than people of certain other countries but they also have the right and possibly even the responsibility to conquer areas with those inferior to them and take whatever resources they feel they need. Add to this the need for the leader of a country to be able to blame a certain ethnic group within that country for their problems. Such was the case in the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Turks launched a winter offensive into the mountains of southern Russia early in the war and suffered a severe defeat, both at the hands of the Russian army and the terrible weather they encountered. The Sultan needed a scapegoat to blame the loss on, so he picked an unpopular ethnic minority, the Armenians. Since the people seemed to believe the story, the Ottoman military rounded up as many Armenians as they could and marched them away to their fate. Watch the following videos on the Armenian genocide: Link (video): Armenian Diaspora (Links to an external site.) (32: 43) Link (video): Battle over History (Links to an external site.) (12:04) After viewing the videos, conduct research on the topic and develop a case study based on the following questions: How did the Armenian genocide play on the root causes of World War I, including nationalism, imperialism, social Darwinism, ethnic hatred, and the gullibility of the Turkish people who allowed this to happen and often even supported it. What were the main motivations of the Ottoman rulers who decided to try and eliminate an entire ethnic minority within their country? What was the process the Ottomans went through to round up the Armenians and march them to their deaths? Describe the process of the march and eventual genocide of the Armenians. Why do terrible crimes against humanity always seem to happen during a war? How do foreign governments recognize and deal with this event in their relationship with Turkey? Writing Requirements (APA format) Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page) 1-inch margins Double spaced 12-point Times New Roman font Title page References page Grading This activity will be graded using the W1 Case Study Grading Rubric. Course Outcomes (CO): 1, 2, 3 Due Date: By 11:59 p.m. MT on Sunday References Callebaut, P., & Saey, N. (Directors), & Callebaut, P., & Saey, N. (Producers). (1984). Armenian diaspora [Video]. Landmark Media. Academic Video Online. Magratten, D., & Gavshon, M. H. (Producers). (2010). Battle over history [Video]. Columbia Broadcasting System. Academic Video Online. Kipling, R. (2009). The white man’s burden. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/30568/30568-h/30568-h.htm#VII_2 (Original work published 1899) Rubric Week 1 Case Study Grading Rubric Week 1 Case Study Grading Rubric Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength 5.0 pts Meets length requirement 0.0 pts Does not meet length requirement 5.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent 10.0 pts Paper addresses all aspects of the assignment. 8.5 pts Paper addresses most aspects of the assignment. 7.5 pts Paper addresses some aspects of the assignment. 6.0 pts Paper addresses few aspects of the assignment. 0.0 pts No effort 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis 20.0 pts Throughout the whole work, content expresses original thoughts or interprets the subject matter in a different perspective. 17.0 pts Throughout most of the work, content expresses original thoughts or interprets the subject matter in a different perspective. 15.0 pts Throughout some of the work, content expresses original thoughts or interprets the subject matter in a different perspective. 12.0 pts Throughout little of the work, content expresses original thoughts or interprets the subject matter in a different perspective. 0.0 pts No effort 20.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSupport 20.0 pts Throughout the whole work, claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples; accurate facts and circumstances are used for support. 17.0 pts Throughout most of the work, claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples; accurate facts and circumstances are used for support. 15.0 pts Throughout some of the work, claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples; accurate facts and circumstances are used for support. 12.0 pts Throughout little of the work, claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples; accurate facts and circumstances are used for support. 0.0 pts No effort 20.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting: Mechanics & Usage 10.0 pts The writing is free of errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation that would detract from a clear reading of the paper. 8.5 pts The writing contains a few errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation, but the errors do not detract from a clear reading of the text. 7.5 pts The writing contains some errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation that need to be addressed for a clearer reading of the paper. 6.0 pts The writing contains several errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation that impede a clear reading of the paper. 0.0 pts No effort 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClarity & Flow 10.0 pts The writing contains strong word choice that clarifies ideas and masterful sentence variety aids with the flow of ideas. 8.5 pts The writing contains varied word choice and sentence structures that clarify ideas and aid with the flow of ideas. 7.5 pts The writing contains word choice and sentence structures that can be revised for better clarification of ideas and flow of ideas. 6.0 pts The writing contains wording and sentence structures that are awkward and/or unclear, impeding the clarity and flow of ideas. 0.0 pts No effort 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSource Integration 10.0 pts Paper includes reference to a scholarly source and properly integrates the source. 7.0 pts Paper includes reference to a scholarly source but does not properly integrate the source. 0.0 pts Paper does not make reference to a scholarly source. 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA: Citation and Reference Formatting 10.0 pts All sources are properly cited in the text and references page demonstrating a mastery of resource and APA citation reference format. 8.5 pts Most sources are cited in the text and references page. Some minor errors may exist in citation, but it does not interfere with understanding the source of the information. 7.5 pts Most sources are integrated, structured, and cited in the text and references page. Some errors may exist in citation that need to be addressed to clarify the source of information. 6.0 pts Sources are not properly cited in the text/references page. Formatting contains several errors that suggest a lack of understanding of APA format. 0.0 pts Sources are not cited. 10.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Paper Format 5.0 pts Paper is properly formatted in APA style throughout (i.e. title page, spacing, font, in-text citations and references). 4.0 pts Paper is mostly properly formatted in APA style (i.e. title page, spacing, font, in-text citations and references). 3.0 pts Paper is somewhat properly formatted in APA style (i.e. title page, spacing, font, in-text citations and references). 2.0 pts Paper is improperly formatted in APA style throughout. 0.0 pts No effort 5.0 pts Total Points: 100.0

Aug 13th, 2021

Case Study

[ORDER SOLUTION] Minorities in the Workplace

Your annotated bibliography must be both critical and descriptive in that you will describe what is discussed in the source and evaluate the work from your informed researcher point of view. It is in essence your review of the academic literature available. For each summary please make sure to include: a bibliographic citation, the qualifications of the author(s) and his/her/their biases or points of view, the intended audience, an overview of the thesis, and if available the reports of findings, results, recommendations, and/or conclusions. Each source summarized in this way should be approximately 150 to 200 words. The completed bibliography will vary in length depending on how many sources are included, but the minimum sources to be included should be no less than twenty (20). Include at least 10 reviews of articles or books from academic (peer reviewed) sources among your 20 annotations? All 20 sources need annotations or mini reviews. Bibliographic citations in proper APA format and in ABC order by first author’s last names. Discuss the qualifications of the author(s) and his/her/their biases or points of view. All citations MUST be in proper APA format.

Aug 12th, 2021

Case Study

[ORDER SOLUTION] Citizens United Decision

Using sources provided only, complete with in-text citations for quotes and the paraphrasing of ideas and sentences. Case located in ch 14 Discuss the Citizens United decision. What did the Supreme Court rule about restrictions on campaign contributions and fundraising? Why did the Supreme Court rule the way it did? Do you believe the Court made the right decision? Why or why not?

Aug 12th, 2021

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