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CLS 1500 HW

  

In this mid-section we will follow the Mexican people as they encounter more diverse groups, particularly “European-Americans.” Through a chronological and critical investigation, we will examine diversity as it pertains to race, justice, economic stability and growth, health, and focus on Mexican-American policies and patterns of resistance as well as the struggle for inclusion, from the Civil War up to the 1960’s. Due: Assignment #2 10/10/2018. 

Write an essay that illustrated the distinction between “Diversity” and “Equity” in one of the following areas: Journalism/News/Media, Real Estate, Employment/Management, K-12 Education, Higher Education, Cinema or, a relevant area of your choice, giving special attention to Chicanx/Latinx located in the US during the 20th century. Your essay is to appear at the end of section 2 and consist of 5 to 7 paragraphs with a minimum of 2 outside academic sources w/MLA Work Cited list and at least 2 source form required text: “Whitewashed Adobe” or “An american genocide”. (Text is attached)

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"Performance Appraisal and Career Management"

Take a position on the following: A lousy performance appraisal system or process is better than not giving employees any type of performance appraisal.

From the video,

http://www.cengage.com/management/webtutor/denisi_hr/video/ch10a.html, called Metropolitan Bakery-Performance Management/Appraisal

determine the most important consideration in designing an effective performance appraisal system for a specific type of organization. Support your determination

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ENC 1101 essay

I have attached the essay instructions and rubric.. I have the introduction paragraph somewhat brained storm with the thesis which is all attached in below with some other parts to the essay I have also started on. 

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Shakespeare “A Midsummer Nights Dream essay

Need an MLA format 3-5 page essay done on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer nights dream.

Topics are:

1. Explain how Lysander’s statement. “The course of true love never did run smooth” (I, i, 134) fits each of the four pairs
of lovers.

2. Helena says, “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind. And Therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.” (I, I, 234-
235) How does this statement apply to the four pairs of lovers? To Pyramus and Thisby?

3. Compare and contrast the difficulties of Hermia and Lysander with those of Pyramus and Thisby.

4. What is the importance of dreams in this play? How do they effect the outcome?

5. How does the play about Pyramus and Thisby serve as a model for love?

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which is a comma splice? A. If you are not patient when you sew,you are more likely to make more mistakes. B….

which is a comma splice?

A. If you are not patient when you sew,you are more likely to make more mistakes.

B. sometimes, i design my own clothes,but other times, I use commercial patterns to make them.

C. Making new clothes is fun,and it can also be less expensive than buying them.

D. I learned to sew by taking a class, it was taught by a great teacher.

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abortion

my topic is basically about how government shouldnt be allowed to tell women what to do with their body specially since the government is mostly men there are many reasons for women to be able to get an abortion and that should not be anyone’s business but her 

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Greece Post and responses

Open the file you will see the instruction to write a post there are some examples of other posts then you can choose 2 of them and responses to them.

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synthesis essay about the impact of the network on people's relationships

must have two-side points, please read the requirements!

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W4: Stereotyping

( Need in 6 hours)

In this week’s discussion forum, we will be summarizing a published work, and examining different viewpoints regarding the controversial topic of stereotyping.  After summarizing the given article, explore differing viewpoints regarding the topic of stereotyping. Finding a source

Use the EBSCO host link to find the following article:

Lun, J., Sinclair, S., & Cogburn, C. (2009). Cultural stereotypes and the self: A closer examination of implicit self-stereotyping. Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 31(2), 117-127. doi:10.1080/01973530902880340 Summarizing a published work

Your initial post should respond to each of following discussion elements:

Step 1: Summarizing a source Write a brief summary of the argument presented in the article above. Remember that summaries do not go into great detail. Your summary should have enough information for the reader to understand the focus (thesis) of the article and how the author supports the thesis. Your summary should contain all the following elements: Introduce the article by its author and title Explain the author’s argument (what does the author claim and what are the supporting reasons) What the does article tell us about individuality or identity? Use in-text citations to identify when you are using the author’s ideas. Quote a passage that struck you as interesting or enlightening and explain why. Introduce the quotation carefully with a signal phrase, such as, “Lun, Sinclair, & Cogburn explain that…”, and Include an in-text citation including a page number to cite your quotation.

Step 2: Examining Different Viewpoints One of the most interesting things about stereotypes is how they can affect the actions of those who have been stereotyped. Think of a stereotype you’re familiar with. Which came first, the label or the trait? How can the things that other people say about us affect who we become?

Step 3: Create a References Page At the end of your discussion post, create a references page: Type the word “References” Enter a line break Provide the full citation (in APA format) for your selected text

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Diagnostic Paper

Since the text is not specific, what do you imagine happens to Connie at the end of the story? ( Answer This Theme Question) 

Also,  Which one of the Strategies do you believe belongs to the Chopra film adaptation of the Oates story?

1. Concentration strategy. The filmmaker keeps most of the elements of narrative from the short story, concentrates those elements at the beginning, middle, or end of the film, and adds invented elements to the rest of the film.

2. I  Interweaving strategy. The filmmakers keep most of the elements of narrative from the short story, disperses those elements throughout the film, although not necessarily in their original order and interweaves either invented elements or invented expansions to already existing elements.

3.  Point-of-departure strategy. The filmmakers drop most of the elements of narrative from the short story, keep perhaps the plot premise, a character’s name, or just the title and, using these elements as a point of departure, adds an invented narrative.