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Can you do Discussion 2 Wk. 3? Health

Watch the series of videos related to the documentary movie Hot Coffee (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and/or watch the full-length feature film if you are able to procure it.  Each of the video clips are approximately five minutes in length. Your initial post must be a minimum of 250 words and utilize at least two scholarly sources, not including the course text.  Address the following as you respond: •Explain whether you believe that our justice system promotes frivolous law suits or protects against them. •Analyze the various elements that people should take into consideration prior to filing a lawsuit that might be perceived as “frivolous.” •Explain the ethical considerations surrounding such lawsuits in the health care arena.

Link to Hot coffee


gen103 wk3 discussion 1 due 16 Aug 2019 at 6pm est

*would like to see proof of no plagiarism **

Watch the GEN103 Scholarly & Popular Resources (Links to an external site.) and How to Read a Scholarly Article (Links to an external site.) videos, and review the Source Types handout, 

Read this scholarly, peer-reviewed article:

Ajunwa, I., Crawford, K., & Ford, J. S. (2016). Health and big data: An ethical framework for health information collection by corporate wellness programs. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 44(3), 474–480.

Depending on first letter of your last name, read one of the following:Last name : H A-I
Ajunwa, I. (2017, January 19). Workplace wellness programs could be putting your health data at risk (Links to an external site.). Harvard Business Review. Retrieved from J-Q Hancock, J. (2015, October 2). Workplace wellness programs put employee privacy at risk (Links to an external site.). CNN. Retrieved from R-Z Hannon, K., & Next Avenue. (2016, May 29). New rules on wellness programs spark privacy worries (Links to an external site.). Forbes. Retrieved from

Reflect: You read two articles that address the same topic but are different types of sources. Consider the following questions:
What characteristics make the sources different? How do those differences add to or detract from the credibility of the sources? How could you use each of the sources in school, at work, or in your personal life? Think of at least two specific examples.

Write:  Based on your learning in the Prepare and Reflect sections above, write at least three paragraphs that fully address the prompt below. Cite any sources you use or refer to. Identify the type of source you read in addition to the scholarly, peer-reviewed article. Who is the audience for each source? How does the intended audience affect the choice of language, images, and organization? Analyze the credibility of the two sources that you read. What specific features of the articles led you to conclude the source was or was not credible? Provide at least one specific example for each source. Explain how each source might be used to address a specific information need. What research situations would be appropriate for each source? What concerns would you have about using the sources in those situations?

Your initial post must be at least 350 words and address all of the prompt’s elements.


Synthesizing Sources Homework: compare and contrast two sources Synthesizing Sources

Choose two sources and compare and contrast them in your own words in two short paragraphs.


Watch Dan Ariely’s “How Equal Do We Want the World to Be? You’d Be Surprised,” Bryan Stevenson’s “We Need to Talk About an Injustice,” and Lawrence Lessig’s “We the People, and the Republic We Must Reclaim,” and read Thucydides, Pericles’ Funeral Oration, President Theodore Roosevelt’s “The Duties of American Citizenship, 1882,” and the Declaration of Independence. Watch Daniel Reisel’s “The Neuroscience of Restorative Justice,” Adam Foss’s “A Prosecutor’s Vision for a Better Justice System,” some speeches on justice, Anand Giridharadas’s “A Tale of Two Americas,” Bono’s “The Good News on Poverty (Yes, There’s Good News),” Gary Haugen’s “The Hidden Reason for Poverty the World Needs to Address Now,” Hans Rosling’s “New Insights on Poverty,” Auret van Heerden’s “Making Global Labor Fair” and Chrystia Freeland’s “The Rise of the New Global SuperRich.” Read the Constitution of the United States, Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death,” Bernie Sanders’s webpage “Income and Wealth Inequality,” and President Ronald Reagan’s Berlin Wall speech. 


Amy Cuddy's Ted Talk

This is for my public speaking class. For this assignment, i have to watch a 20 minute youtube video of Amy Cuddy – Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are. I have to answer the questions below and it must be 450 words long.

1. What is her purpose statement? Is it clean and concise?

2. Was the preview effective?

3. Did she use signposting and transitions?

4. Did she have an effective conclusion?

5. Identify the main body points of her speech.

6. Critique the overall organization of her TED talk. Is there anything that stands out as being effective or ineffective?


Assignment 7 COM 120

The Assignment:

Watch the provided video and write an essay in response. Specifically, list the 5 love languages and then identify and explain your highest score and your second highest score. Also say if you were surprised or if you agree with the results, and give an explanation for why that is the case. Use personal examples from your life. Say how this information relates to information from our class, by relating it to at least two chapter concepts (bold these concepts in your response). Finally, tell how knowing your love language might be beneficial to you. Explain how you achieve this love style through your communication.

This essay should be at least 300-350 words and be made up of clear introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs.




Communication is used to inform, to persuade and to analyze. In this assignment, you will persuade the reader of your point of view by supporting a thesis with objective facts and credible evidence.

In the week 2 forum, you selected your topic for this paper. You will take a stance on this issue and support your stance with credible evidence in your body paragraphs.

For this assignment, you have traditional and creative options. Choose what will challenge your writing and what would be appropriate for your topic and field:

Traditional 5 paragraph essay with 1 paragraph introduction, 3 body paragraphs, and 1 paragraph conclusion.

Op-ed newspaper article.

Blog post.

Letter/proposal to stakeholders.

Press release.

Letter to the editor.

Presidential address.

Election speech (written only).

Application for a position related to the topic.

Defense attorney’s opening statement.

Case brief.

Advocacy statement.

Call to action paper.


In order to persuade the audience to accept the position you are advocating in this paper, you will use different kinds of appeals:

ethos (which involves the credibility of the speaker, writer, or authority being cited);

logos (which involves facts, statistics, and logic); and

pathos (which involves emotions).

A good persuasive argument uses credible sources, objective evidence, and emotional “hooks” to make use of logos, ethos, and pathos respectively.

Be sure your thesis statement is very clear.  It should be a single complete sentence, including both a subject and a predicate, that combine to make claim. Example: “The USA should be more competitive in establishing a presence on Mars.”  

Your introduction paragraph should include a “hook” to grab the reader’s attention.  The thesis statement is typically seen in the first paragraph. Your body paragraphs will support the thesis. You should use credible sources and cite them according to the style of your discipline. Your conclusion should reiterate the strongest points from your paper and give the audience something to consider, moving forward.


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write the summary  and own thoughts for reading 

each for 200 words

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A Logician’s View: Deducion, Induction, Fallacies


MANDATORY Reading Required Materials: 

Current Issues and Enduring Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking and Argument, with Readings 10th Edition 

ISBN-13: 978-1457622601 

ISBN-10: 1457622602 

Ch. 9: “A Logician’s View: Deducion, Induction, Fallacies

Answer the following in 250-300 words.

Below are some fallacies in action. Identify the logical fallacies, some may only have one, for each scenario. Explain what has gone wrong in the fallacies. Be specific in your reasoning.

1.DeLay argues that stem-cell research is immoral. But DeLay is an ultra right-wing lunatic who’s incapable of thinking objectively. Obviously his argument is non-sense.

2.Barbara Striesand, Paul Newman and Julia Roberts are Democrats. Therefore all Hollywood stars are Democrats.

3.Smirnoff is the best vodka available: renowned violinist Pichas Zukerman says, “When it comes to vodka, Smirnof plays second fiddle to none.”

4.If a car breaks down on the freeway, a passing mechanic is not required to stop and provide road service. Likewise, if a person has a heart attack on the street, a passing physician is not obligated to render emergency medical care.

5.When water is poured over a pile of rocks, it always trickles down to the very bottom. Similarly, when rich people make lots of money, we can expect this to trickle down to the less fortunate.

6.Aborion is murder—and it doesn’t matter whether we’re talking about killing a human embryo or a human fetus



Hello there

The following two figures are the central theme and my choice.

I chose a short story and I need to write a total of five pages (double space font no. 12)

Then the story is adapted to base on the US drama, but the content characters can be adapted by themselves.

Thank you