On the paper you will focus only on using the Hofstede Cultural Dimensions Study.
You will select several foreign markets that the businesses operate and/or sell their
products in. You will then utilize the Hofstede model to make a comparison between the cultural
attributes of those two regions/countries and compare that with the United States cultural dimensions. Besides the U.S there are two countries which they are Mexico and China.There are many tools and resources available to tabulate country cultural
differences. For example, if you go to http://geert-hofstede.com/countries.html you can compare
and contrast countries with one another to discover cultural differences.
Here is an example of
one a country comparison between Mexico and the United States.
Once you have illustrated the cultural differences, you will need to discuss what the implications are for
these differences. For example , using the graph above, the United States is very individualistic, and
Mexico highly collective (low individualism). What implications does this one cultural difference have
for an American business operating in Mexico? What are some of the ideas, suggestions you would have
for that American business, if you were advising them on how best to adapt to the Mexican culture?
Use simple vocabulary.
Explain at least three drawbacks to the Articles of Confederation and how the Founding Fathers remedied these problems in the U.S. Constitution. Be as specific as possible. Answers If you bring in alternative sources, you must state what those sources are.
This video talks about the Fed’s response to 9/11. Watch the video (it’s only 17 minutes!!) and I want your reaction to the video. Many people do not realize just how much the Fed does for the economy. Some things you can talk about are:
– things you didn’t know about what the Fed does. (be specific)
– relate the events of 9/11 to those of the Great Depression in similarities and differences, with respect to the banking system. (You may talk about how the Fed could have done things differently to help recovery from the depression faster, if you find it appropriate.)
– how bad things could have been following 9/11 if the Fed didn’t do what they did.
If there is something else you would like to write about, that’s fine, but it has to be relevant to both the video and the class.
View the eight videos listed in Unit 11 and identify the instructional used in each. Then, answer the following in two-part essay that is at least two and one-half pages in length.
1. Which of the four instructional strategies is easiest to implement? Why? Most difficult or challenging? Why?
2. How does the effectiveness of the four instructional strategies vary with grade level? Are some of these more effective or useful for certain content areas? Which and why?
please answer the following: which health care provider poses the most threat to modern day physicians and explain why. Please discuss which providers would have been most threatening at the beginning of American medicine and why.
2. Rhetorical Analysis: Looking back at your descriptions, analyze how you created these two very different impressions of the place (one positive, one negative) without changing any of the facts. How did you make your place seem so positive in one paragraph and yet so negative in the other paragraph, without changing the facts? Discuss how you incorporated each of the tools from the Writer’s Toolbox, and cite examples of this from each of your descriptions.
Please follow this,
The purpose of this essay is for the student to reflect on their psychological strengths and how these, and other possible strengths, could be further developed using positive psychology techniques. Process: Write a reflective essay in response to the questions below: From your reading of the literature in positive psychology, what have you identified as your psychological strengths? How could you further develop these, and other possible strengths? Marking Criteria: ? Your reflective essay should include: Personal psychological strengths identified ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Psychological strengths discussed in relation to the literature on positive psychology Discussion of the method used to assess / identify these strengths Discussion of the impact of these strengths on your life (eg: health, career, education and / or relationships) An analysis of how the strengths may be developed Evidence of familiarity with relevant literature and theory Evidence of self-awareness and ability to self-reflect Clear and logical presentation which includes introduction and conclusion Academic writing style is used, including correct spelling, grammar and punctuation Word count is within + or – 10% of requirement In-text referencing and reference list follows APA referencing style (6th ed.) as set out in the Academic Skills Guide (minimum four references
Marking criteria must include!
Personal psychological strengths identified, Strengths discussed in relation to the literature on positive psychology , Methodology used to identify strengths discussed. Impact of the strengths on the student’s life discussed , Ways in which these strengths may be developed analysed. Evidence of familiarity with relevant literature and theory , Evidence of self-awareness and ability to self-reflect.
Clear and logical presentation which includes introduction and conclusion, Academic writing style is used, including correct spelling, grammar and punctuation , Word count is within + or – 10% of requirement, In-text referencing and reference list follows APA referencing style (6th ed.) as set out in the Academic Skills Guide (minimum four references)
write a 550-750 page paper on
?Define strategic tasks.
?Assess the industry’s capabilities.
?Identify the barriers to strategy implementation.
•A response to the following:
?Based on the strategy evaluation, what are some creative actions the industry can pursue to include innovation as a component of their strategy?
How do you respond to the argument the defendants’ rights actually foster unethical conduct in the justice system? Can it not be argued that the successful advocacy of a defense right may bypass the truth of things?
Please use the book: Love to turn you on
How does gender-centric thinking lead to misunderstandings about what each gender wants in intimacy?
What does the author mean when he writes ‘leaping across the abyss’ in order to understand the other gender?
According to this author what are some of the biggest challenges in learning to become better lovers?
Do your ideas about the frequency of ‘bad sex’ and possible benefits of more thoughtful lovemaking correlate, conflict with or expand on the author’s ideas? Please explain.
Did you find the conversation between men in their 20’s, an effective vehicle for articulating the author’s ideas?
What do you think about the idea that females need to feel trust and love from their sexual partners? Do you think the same is true for men?
Do you think the approach promoted by the author for making love to a woman is true in all cases? Why?
What age are you and do you think this book would be of benefit to others? Why or why not?
Do you believe males and females differ significantly in their levels of sexual desires and intentions? Why?