Category: Essay Writing

West fertilizer plant explosion and the Boston bombings

| July 18, 2014

Consider the West fertilizer plant explosion and the Boston bombings. Do you consider those incidents to be routine or crisis emergencies? Refer to Leonard and

Howitt’s definition. (ATTACHED)
What specific characteristics of each support your argument. Develop your argument in detail using the Leonard and Howitt (2007) reading and cite press accounts from

both incidents.

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documentary films

| July 18, 2014

2 Pages essay, 1. In an essay that incorporates primary sources, textbook, lecture and power – point and the documentary films 500 Nations and We Shall Remain, though

the prism of either land or labor describe the various ways that the development of the cotton gin impacted the growth and development of the United States?

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Gender influences on children

| July 18, 2014

This paper should begin with the chapter titled "Learning and Doing Gender" in the textbook "The Kaleidoscope of Gender" by Valentine and Spade.

There are several articles in the chapter and also a preface which can be used as a base for different ideas in the paper but then outside sources must be brought in

to expand on the subject. This paper should present arguments/positions opposing (and supporting) those of the author/authors you have selected (Sources listed by the

article may be a good start for research.). You have to critically argue (without using first or second person voice) your assessment to the author’s position and its

value for society and gender studies after considering opposing viewpoints. This paper should discuss what type of gender influences are placed on children. It should

discuss gender norms placed on children and should discuss social influence on gender development. Also it should discuss gender influences that are placed on a child

by his/her parents. This is the base of what I want this research paper to be centered around but you are welcome to add other ideas that fit into this topic. There

also needs to be an annotated bibliography of the sources used in this paper. You need to write 1-2 paragraphs describing each source and its use in the research paper

assignment.

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company analysis

| July 18, 2014

Term paper need to be make on an organization in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) or Dubai. The subject Area is between Human resource managment and company analysis.

- Structures:

A- (Nestle UAE is an example given by the instructor only and i want the writer to choose any of the those companies: HUAWEI Technologies Co Ltd, Or Inter Or Nakeel or

MAF ventures, or EEG, or any other company INT, TNS, Delloitte or any other international company or organization which has a branch in UAE.)

B- Nestle UAE- A report need to be make looking at the processes and activities of Nestle in UAE and the jobs and structure of Nestle in UAE. Analyze and evaluate how

their jobs and structure and management practices help them to become competitive in the market.

The report should include:

1. A small introduction of what the paper is about and the company-1 page.
2. History of Nestle and nestle history in UAE and region- 2 pages.
3. Nestle competitors in few product segments of your choice and business development activities in UAE-financial turnover form annual reports.-2 pages.
4. Recruitment and manpower planning of the company. Structure and work flow of at least one job of you interest. – 3 pages.
5. Training and employee development in NESTLE – 3 PAGES.
6. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL – 3 PAGES.
7. How performance appraisal and training and reward management are connected in Nestle- 2 pages.
8. Compensation and befit practices in NESTLE UAE.
9. Nestle culture and employee engagement + CST activities.
10. Analysis and conclusion with recommendations.
11. References – Harvard Style.
12. Appendix – questionnaires or interview questions used and any other material related to performance appraisals.

Writers guidelines:

Covering all the areas mentioned about in a clear and coherent manner with relevant methods of date collection, analysis and evaluation and recommendations which is

innovative and practical for the company.

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Emotional personal essay

| July 18, 2014

Every person on this planet has a unique story about his or her path or their journey so far. Expressive writing is all about expressing the self, but the audience is

important too. You need to find a hook and a central image to hold your readers. You need to make your experience matter to the audience. In this unit we have analyzed

examples of expressive writing that reached out to us with humor, emotion, and deep truths. Now it is your turn to share your story. So . . . tell us about yourself!

To do:
1. Select a means of expression for your finished story (choose one):
? essay.).
? An emotional personal narrative (Submit it as a 500 to 750-word essay.).
2. Decide upon a focus, central idea, theme, message, or unifying concept that tells readers about you.
3. Decide upon an organizational pattern for your story (choose one):
? Linear plot development.
? Spiral plot development.
? Parallel plot development.
? Pyramid plot development.
4. Write your story (minimum 500 words).
5. Revise to add description, figurative language, dialogue.
6. Revise for unity.
7. Edit carefully for punctuation, spelling, capitalization, grammar, and usage.

Some ideas to write about:

8. Decide upon a focus, central idea, theme, message, or unifying concept that tells readers about you. Some suggestions for focus:
? Being an only child, a foster kid, a twin, a genius, a joker, an athlete, etc.
? Life on the farm, in a tenement, on the road, in the service, etc.
? Your special talent: cooking, listening, predicting the future, playing accordion, etc.
? An obstacle you’ve overcome: illness, loss, mental health issue, etc.
? A journey you have taken: a physical journey to Bora Bora, a spiritual journey to peace, a mental journey to some goal, etc.
? A unique perspective you have because of your culture, subculture or counterculture.
9. Determine your message – write it down. What part of your experience do you want to give to your readers, and why do you think it is important. For example:
? I want to share my experience as someone who is legally blind, so others will understand that I am a normal kid; I just see without my eyes.
? I want to tell kids about having goals. My whole life changed when I realized that I wanted to be a chef. Now, I know that I will do something important and it gives

me something I want others to have too.
? I want to express the feelings of growing up without my father. I think lots of people have this situation and they can relate to the feelings.
10. Choose a central image [a symbol or motif that brings your audience along]:
? Choose an object or image to use as a motif (a repeated image or symbol in a text). The image should be symbolic or representative of your message in some way (a

suitcase, an empty chair, a broken mirror).
11. Choose one or more specific events from your life to relate. Think story-beginning-middle-end. Some examples are:
? The time you ran away.
? The first meal you cooked for your family.
? Winning a tough competition.

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Is there a moral right to health care

| July 18, 2014

What is Daniel’s argument that there is such a right? What is included in this right and who holds the duties correlative to the right? How does Engelhardt argue that

there isn’t such a right? How does

The paper should be 4-5 pages long, or approximately 1500 words. If you only use the text book articles, internal citations (page numbers) are sufficient. If you use

outside resources, include a works cited page. I do not care what specific format you use for citations.
The topics below.

(1) Is there a moral right to health care? What is Daniel’s argument that there is such a right? What is included in this right and who holds the duties correlative to

the right? How does Engelhardt argue that there isn’t such a right? How does the distinction between what is unfortunate and unfair play a role in Englehardt’s

analysis, and how does the right to property figure in Engelhardt’s argument? Critically evaluate some aspect of this dispute.

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Emotional personal essay

| July 18, 2014

Every person on this planet has a unique story about his or her path or their journey so far. Expressive writing is all about expressing the self, but the audience is

important too. You need to find a hook and a central image to hold your readers. You need to make your experience matter to the audience. In this unit we have analyzed

examples of expressive writing that reached out to us with humor, emotion, and deep truths. Now it is your turn to share your story. So . . . tell us about yourself!

To do:
1. Select a means of expression for your finished story (choose one):
? essay.).
? An emotional personal narrative (Submit it as a 500 to 750-word essay.).
2. Decide upon a focus, central idea, theme, message, or unifying concept that tells readers about you.
3. Decide upon an organizational pattern for your story (choose one):
? Linear plot development.
? Spiral plot development.
? Parallel plot development.
? Pyramid plot development.
4. Write your story (minimum 500 words).
5. Revise to add description, figurative language, dialogue.
6. Revise for unity.
7. Edit carefully for punctuation, spelling, capitalization, grammar, and usage.

Some ideas to write about:

8. Decide upon a focus, central idea, theme, message, or unifying concept that tells readers about you. Some suggestions for focus:
? Being an only child, a foster kid, a twin, a genius, a joker, an athlete, etc.
? Life on the farm, in a tenement, on the road, in the service, etc.
? Your special talent: cooking, listening, predicting the future, playing accordion, etc.
? An obstacle you’ve overcome: illness, loss, mental health issue, etc.
? A journey you have taken: a physical journey to Bora Bora, a spiritual journey to peace, a mental journey to some goal, etc.
? A unique perspective you have because of your culture, subculture or counterculture.
9. Determine your message – write it down. What part of your experience do you want to give to your readers, and why do you think it is important. For example:
? I want to share my experience as someone who is legally blind, so others will understand that I am a normal kid; I just see without my eyes.
? I want to tell kids about having goals. My whole life changed when I realized that I wanted to be a chef. Now, I know that I will do something important and it gives

me something I want others to have too.
? I want to express the feelings of growing up without my father. I think lots of people have this situation and they can relate to the feelings.
10. Choose a central image [a symbol or motif that brings your audience along]:
? Choose an object or image to use as a motif (a repeated image or symbol in a text). The image should be symbolic or representative of your message in some way (a

suitcase, an empty chair, a broken mirror).
11. Choose one or more specific events from your life to relate. Think story-beginning-middle-end. Some examples are:
? The time you ran away.
? The first meal you cooked for your family.
? Winning a tough competition.

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Materials, Logistics and Distribution

| July 18, 2014

Course Description:
This course is designed to present a fundamental understanding of materials, logistics and distribution management in today’s business environment. Covered in the

course: materials management (including inventory) and physical distribution management, planning, forecasting, analysis and control; production and

transportation/distribution; documentation, customer service; and the organizational, financial and strategic dimensions of logistics in a
supply chain environment.

Capstone Papers will be evaluated for the following:

1. Effective analysis in understanding the appropriate use of supply chain
fundamentals, techniques and legal/ethical implications
2. Creativity used in a real world environment
3. Effective solutions that develop a win-win environment
4. Solid and clear writing and presentation of ideas and concepts
5. Clear use of research techniques and use of appropriate references

PUR 215 Materials, Logistics and Distribution

Scenario:
The Jurassic Park ride is intended to be the most popular attraction ever constructed at any Disney theme park, and therefore it probably will operate at capacity for

the entire duration that the park is open to the public. Besides the initial public relations/promotional campaign, a network of cameras will stream each ride to

Disney’s web site for continuous viewing on the world-wide web.

Given the attention that will be paid to this monumental attraction, a decision has been made by Disney’s Marketing Department that the ride must not only achieve, but

exceed, it’s originally mandated availability of 95% – in fact, a 100% up time requirement is now designated, because “Walt would have wanted it that way, and Walt

always got what he wanted.”

Mandatory Requirements:
Analyze the information contained in the background and course text to answer the following:

1. Describe the measures which should have been taken in the design, construction and installation of the ride to ensure the stringent up-time and safety requirements.

TIPS for question 1.
- Before attempting to answer this question, reference Chapter 5, Manufacturing.
- Up time requirement is based on days and hours that the park is open to the public.

2. Assuming that the Prime-contractor warranted the entire system for three (3) years and will be responsible for routine and special maintenance and emergency and

normal repairs and Disney will retain responsibility for cleaning and housekeeping, explain, by major subsystem identified in Attachment 1, Jurassic Major Sub-Systems,

how the initial inventories of materials, equipment, parts and supplies were determined as to:

a. Maximum Onhand Quantity – How determined and how tracked.
b. Location – Where maintained, i.e., centrally in park with other ride parts inventories, near-ride on-site, somewhere else.
c. Ownership – Disney, construction prime contractor, or supplier, i.e., consignment.
d. Method of replenishment – QR, VMI, MRP, seat of pants, etc.
e. Procurement Strategy – Routine, Bottleneck, Leverage, or Critical.
f. Manufacturing Process Utilized to Produce – Job Shop, Batch, Line Flow, or Continuous.
g. Manufacturing Strategy Employed to Produce – ETO, MTO, MTP or MTS.
h. Special considerations, such as shelf life, security, etc.

TIPS for question 2
- Students in past classes have found it easy to submit (and I’ve found it easier to review)
their responses to Question 2 in columnular form:

Structural:
a.

h.

Propulsion:
a.
Add any clarifying info or substantiation immediately after the applicable item.

3. Discuss the roles that standardization and simplification should play in the parts/supplies inventory and replenishment system for the Jurassic Park ride?

TIPS for question 3:
- Standardization: Agreement on definite sizes, design, quality, or other aspects of the product or service.

- Simplification: A reduction in the number of sizes, designs or other aspects of the product or service.

4. Spotlighting the importance of trust in supply chain relationships, select one key Disney partner in the Jurassic Park project and indicate the steps which the two

parties must take to foster reliability and character based trust

Tip question 4:
- Refer to the section on Developing Trust found on pages 353 to 354 in Chapter 14, Collaboration

5. You have been tasked with developing an assessment of Jurassic Park Ride operations from (5) “functional perspectives” in Chapter 15, Performance Measurement in the

text. The results of your assessment will be used as the basis of a report to senior management on monthly operations. Using Table 15.1, Typical Performance Metrics,

select at least three of the most important metrics from each column which will be addressed in your assessment

Tip Question 5:
- You do not have to create the report, but only select a minimum of three metrics (for each (5) perspectives and provide your rationale for selecting each.

Capstone Term Paper

PUR 215 – Materials, Logistics and Distribution

Course Description:
This course is designed to present a fundamental understanding of materials, logistics and distribution management in today’s business environment. Covered in the

course: materials management (including inventory) and physical distribution management, planning, forecasting, analysis and control; production and

transportation/distribution; documentation, customer service; and the organizational, financial and strategic dimensions of logistics in a
supply chain environment.

Capstone Papers will be evaluated for the following:

1. Effective analysis in understanding the appropriate use of supply chain
fundamentals, techniques and legal/ethical implications
2. Creativity used in a real world environment
3. Effective solutions that develop a win-win environment
4. Solid and clear writing and presentation of ideas and concepts
5. Clear use of research techniques and use of appropriate references

PUR 215 Materials, Logistics and Distribution

Scenario:
The Jurassic Park ride is intended to be the most popular attraction ever constructed at any Disney theme park, and therefore it probably will operate at capacity for

the entire duration that the park is open to the public. Besides the initial public relations/promotional campaign, a network of cameras will stream each ride to

Disney’s web site for continuous viewing on the world-wide web.

Given the attention that will be paid to this monumental attraction, a decision has been made by Disney’s Marketing Department that the ride must not only achieve, but

exceed, it’s originally mandated availability of 95% – in fact, a 100% up time requirement is now designated, because “Walt would have wanted it that way, and Walt

always got what he wanted.”

Mandatory Requirements:
Analyze the information contained in the background and course text to answer the following:

1. Describe the measures which should have been taken in the design, construction and installation of the ride to ensure the stringent up-time and safety requirements.

TIPS for question 1.
- Before attempting to answer this question, reference Chapter 5, Manufacturing.
- Up time requirement is based on days and hours that the park is open to the public.

2. Assuming that the Prime-contractor warranted the entire system for three (3) years and will be responsible for routine and special maintenance and emergency and

normal repairs and Disney will retain responsibility for cleaning and housekeeping, explain, by major subsystem identified in Attachment 1, Jurassic Major Sub-Systems,

how the initial inventories of materials, equipment, parts and supplies were determined as to:

a. Maximum Onhand Quantity – How determined and how tracked.
b. Location – Where maintained, i.e., centrally in park with other ride parts inventories, near-ride on-site, somewhere else.
c. Ownership – Disney, construction prime contractor, or supplier, i.e., consignment.
d. Method of replenishment – QR, VMI, MRP, seat of pants, etc.
e. Procurement Strategy – Routine, Bottleneck, Leverage, or Critical.
f. Manufacturing Process Utilized to Produce – Job Shop, Batch, Line Flow, or Continuous.
g. Manufacturing Strategy Employed to Produce – ETO, MTO, MTP or MTS.
h. Special considerations, such as shelf life, security, etc.

TIPS for question 2
- Students in past classes have found it easy to submit (and I’ve found it easier to review)
their responses to Question 2 in columnular form:

Structural:
a.

h.

Propulsion:
a.
Add any clarifying info or substantiation immediately after the applicable item.

3. Discuss the roles that standardization and simplification should play in the parts/supplies inventory and replenishment system for the Jurassic Park ride?

TIPS for question 3:
- Standardization: Agreement on definite sizes, design, quality, or other aspects of the product or service.

- Simplification: A reduction in the number of sizes, designs or other aspects of the product or service.

4. Spotlighting the importance of trust in supply chain relationships, select one key Disney partner in the Jurassic Park project and indicate the steps which the two

parties must take to foster reliability and character based trust

Tip question 4:
- Refer to the section on Developing Trust found on pages 353 to 354 in Chapter 14, Collaboration

5. You have been tasked with developing an assessment of Jurassic Park Ride operations from (5) “functional perspectives” in Chapter 15, Performance Measurement in the

text. The results of your assessment will be used as the basis of a report to senior management on monthly operations. Using Table 15.1, Typical Performance Metrics,

select at least three of the most important metrics from each column which will be addressed in your assessment

Tip Question 5:
- You do not have to create the report, but only select a minimum of three metrics (for each (5) perspectives and provide your rationale for selecting each.

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HLA testing

| July 18, 2014

DQ1: The topic for this discussion is the transplant lab. Where is HLA testing done in your community? What kinds of diseases are associated with needing transplants?

Are any of them hereditary? Links to interesting articles and case studies are encouraged.
DQ2:  The topics for this discussion are tumor antigens. How are the needed lab tests performed and on what type of equipment? Who are some of the manufacturers and

what instruments are used? What is the basis of the testing method? Links to interesting articles and case studies are encouraged.

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Assertions about the value of mythos

| July 18, 2014

"Myth was regarded as primary; it was concerned with what was thought to be timeless and constant in our existence. Myth looked back to the origins of life, to

the foundations of culture, and to the deepest levels of the human mind. Myth was not concerned with practical matters, but with meaning. Unless we find some

significance in our lives, we mortal men and women fall very easily into despair. The mythos of a society provided people with a context that made sense of their day-

to-day lives; it directed their attention to the eternal and the universal. It was also rooted in what we would call the unconscious mind. The various mythological

stories, which were not intended to be taken literally, were an ancient form of psychology. When people told stories about heroes who descended into the underworld,

struggled through labyrinths, or fought with monsters, they were bringing to light the obscure regions of the subconscious realm, which is not accessible to purely

rational investigation, but which has a profound effect upon our experience and behavior" (The Battle for God, xv)

I started this class with this excerpt from Karen Armstrong’s book The Battle for God, which I used to explain the difference between mythos andlogos. I’d like you to

revisit a passage from this work (quoted above) for your final exam. In a medium-length essay of at least 5 pages, expand upon Armstrong’s assertions about the value

of mythos by using at least five specific stories and one character from modern fiction, television, or film. I would like you to draw your support from more than one

pantheon(this class is called World Mythology, after all).
You will need to find some way of approaching this broad subject that allows you to connect multiple stories to Armstrong?s theory. You could, for example, narrow your

focus down to creation myths, death myths, hero stories, or some other type of myth that we?ve looked at throughout the readings. But remember to ground your

discussion in her ideas. I am expecting a thesis-driven paper, with prose that is clear and grammatically-correct. Please use specific details from the myths to

support your assertions, and make sure anything you quote or paraphrase is cited in MLA or APA format. You should also include a Works Cited list at the end of your

essay.

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