LEG215 Week 6 Discussion – Law homework help

Identify one (1) advantage and one (1) disadvantage for each method.
From the e-Activity, describe the selected digital source that you have reviewed. Explore the significant way(s) in which the selected technology enables a paralegal to conduct efficient research. Provide one (1) example of an instance where a paralegal should utilize such a resource.

Music Appreciation Essay – Social Science homework help

 

 

 

Compare and contrast two pieces of Baroque music.

 

 
Assignment A. Compare two sacred pieces of music from Bach and Handel: Movement 4 of Bach’s “Wachet Auf, Rift Uns Die Stimme IV” and Handel’s “He Shall Feed His Flock” from Messiah. These examples are some of the most famous compositions to emerge during the late Baroque Era. Focus your discussion on the musical characteristics that are heard in the music including form, genre, and any unique characteristics. Be sure to highlight any similarities and differences between the two pieces. Include your reactions to hearing and listening to the music.
 

 

 

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Assignment B: Compare Vivaldi’s “The Spring” Concerto with Bach’s “Brandenburg Concerto No. 5.” Focus your discussion on the musical characteristics that can be heard in the music, including form, genre, and unique characteristics. Be sure to highlight any similarities and differences between the two pieces. Include your reactions to hearing and listening to the music.

 

Your response should be at least one page in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

 
 

Needing an essay i was assigned letters H-F-E – English homework help

Thesis: For this essay the general statement and the specificity will be chosen for you, but you will
need to find the depth on your own.
Scenario:
You are the foreman of a large nuclear bomb shelter that can sustain 100 people for 100 years. A
nuclear war has begun and 97 of the people who were supposed to come to this bomb shelter have
come, but three slots remain open. There are a number of people on the waiting list to be allowed
admittance into the bomb shelter. You will be given which three to save and you must write an essay
explaining why these three people were allowed into the shelter. You will research every factor of your
people including their jobs, diseases, social circumstances, and anything else that will add weight to
your argument. You will also spend some time explaining why you did not choose other more obvious
choices. You may assume your shelter has 10 million dollars in resources.
Bios
A.
Bradley Stevens
Age: 36
Sex: M
Occupation: HVAC Repairs
Family: Henry Stevens (son), Emily Stevens (Ex-wife)
In addition to his air conditioning mechanics, Bradley also has basic carpentry skills and has a
beginner’s pilot license. He completed an associate’s degree in Air conditioning repair at Denver
community college. He no longer lives with his son but is willing to raise him if the two are
admitted into the shelter. Bradley has one domestic battery conviction and served six months in
prison and two years of probation. He is mildly overweight, wears corrective lenses, but is in
good health.
B.
Emily Stevens
Age: 32
Sex: F
Occupation: None
Family: Henry Stevens (son), Bradley Stevens (Ex-husband)
Emily has some amateur gardening skills. She dropped out of college after two years. She has
five years of experience as an administrator’s assistant but has not worked for three years. Emily
lives with her son, Henry, and would prefer to live with him. Emily has no criminal record. She is
in good physical shape, and in good health. She has been diagnosed with severe depression
three years ago and takes anti-depressant medication.
C.
Henry Stevens
Age: 12
Sex: M
Occupation: None
Family: Bradley Stevens (Father), Emily Stevens (mother)
Henry is a grade school student. His aptitude tests are average and his grades are usually below average. He has two years of experience as a cub scout and has learned several camping and survival tactics. Henry will have to live with a guardian and prefers his mother, but will not require as many meals as a full grown adult. Henry has been diagnosed with ADD and has had
difficulty with his schoolwork. He has no other illnesses or diseases.
D.
Geoffrey Augustus
Age: 34
Sex: M
Occupation: Physics Instructor
Family: None
Geoffrey has advanced knowledge of physics and has a five year background as an engineer. He has a Masters in Science for engineering and a Bachelor’s degree in physics. He has spent the last three years teaching at a local university. Geoffrey has one conviction of driving under the influence five years ago. He spent seven days in jail and served six months of probation. Although he does not show any symptoms he is a viral carrier of the Hepatitis B virus. He is, otherwise, in good health.
 
E.
Christine Flores
Age: 22
Sex: F
Occupation: Veterinary Assistant
Family: Jessica Hopeman (wife)
Christine knows basic suturing, knows how to serve as a surgical assistant, and is trained to administer complex medication. She has a Bachelor’s in Animal Biology and has been a veterinary assistant for one year. Christine has a juvenile criminal record, but has not had any charges recently. Christine is slightly overweight and has type 2 diabetes. She has some insulin but will eventually require medicine from the shelter’s stores.
F.
Jessica Hopeman
Age: 25
Sex: F
Occupation: Librarian
Family: Christine Flores (wife)
Jessica’s skills include research methods, and speed reading. She is incredibly well-read and has basic knowledge of multiple subjects. She has an eidetic memory. She has a Master’s degree in library Science, and a Bachelor’s in English. Jessica has no criminal record. She is paralyzed from the waist down after an at-fault car accident. Jessica needs a wheelchair to get around and she is infertile. She is overweight, needs corrective lenses, and suffers from high cholesterol.
G.
Dillon Wu
Age:37
Sex: M
Occupation: Contractor
Family: None
Dillon has taken over his adoptive father’s business as a contractor. He has 20 years of knowledge in construction, basic structural engineering, and blueprint design. He also has plumbing, electrical, and insulation training. He is a high school graduate. He’s run several marathons as a hobby. Dillon has a marijuana habit and has been convicted once for possession. His medical records show that he is HIV positive, but responds well to the HIV cocktail. He has enough cocktail for a month and from then on will have to use medicine from the shelter’s stores. He is otherwise in good physical shape.
H.
Hunter Thompson
Age: 76
Sex: M
Occupation: Writer
Family: None
Hunter is a noted cultural icon and has published several books and articles that helped to define the 60’s counterculture movement, and the American elections of the 70’s. He has several years of gun training and knows how to shoot, and maintain firearms of every variety. He also has some experience with amateur explosives. Hunter has a Doctorate and Master’s in Journalism and a Bachelor’s in English. He has a 60year smoking habit and has used illegal drugs of all types in his lifetime. Hunter is healthy for his age, but his mobility is impaired by arthritis. He has recently exhibited suicidal tendencies.
I.
Jessica Stills
Age: 40
Sex: F
Occupation: Cattle Rancher
Family: None
Jessica runs a ranch with over 500 head of cattle. She knows everything there is to maintaining and breeding large animals. She earned a Bachelor’s in Animal husbandry and has over twenty years of experience in ranching. She knows basic medicine and is skilled at horseback riding. Jessica has no criminal record. She is in excellent physical condition, but she does suffer from bipolar disorder.
J.
Tyreese Evans
Age:32
Sex: M
Occupation: Survival Expert
Family: None
Tyreese is an ex-Green Berret that now teaches wilderness survival classes over the weekend.
He is a skilled soldier and is an expert at wilderness survival. Tyreese knows several martial arts, is an expert at firearms, and knows guerrilla warfare tactics. He has a Bachelor’s in Philosophy. Tyreese has several juvenile crime convictions and one public intoxication violation in his early twenties. He has earned several medals in the field serving the country, and he was honorably discharged five years ago. Tyreese is in excellent physical condition and has no psychological disorders
 

Risk and Return Analysis – Finance homework help

 
Explain which is more risky bonds or common stocks.
Explain how understanding risk and return will help you in future business ventures.

*** I only need the Introduction and Answer to Bullet Point # 1 ( Explain the relationship between risk and return).
** Must have an Introduction with Speaker Notes.
*** Bullet Point #1 must have Speaker Notes
 
 

West Nile Virus – Human Resource Management homework help

It is early spring in 2003. For the past two years, your department has been working to control the spread of the West Nile Virus and you are pleased with the progress so far. This morning you read about a suspected outbreak of a new disease called SARS which is suspected to have killed dozens of people in Hong Kong. While West Nile Virus is carried by birds, especially crows, SARS is transmitted among people.
When you get to the office and check your email you learn that the World Health Organization has placed a number of East Asian cities off limits for all but essential travel. You also learn that Canada has reported deaths they believe are due to SARS. You are now confronted with addressing a new and virulent contagious disease.
Discuss the approach you would adopt in such a situation.

IST questions – Information Systems homework help

What is the purpose of a spreadsheet model and how can a spreadsheet model help the owners of the Terra Cotta Brew Coffee Shop make decisions about the renovation?
2. Which variables did you indicate as your key inputs, decision variables, uncertain variables, and outputs? Why?
3. Describe how you incorporated each of the design principles into your spreadsheet model.
4. Assuming that the investment amount is $137,000, and the estimated growth rates are accurate, should the owners go with a monthly or quarterly payment plan? Why?
5. What kinds of what-if analysis should  be conducted to ensure a good decision is made?
 
6. Explain a scenario where you would not recommend the owners invest in the renovations,

DISCUSSION WEEK 6 – Business management homework help

Give your opinion as to whether or not BP would have been better off had the company taken the necessary precautions to prevent or minimize an oil spill. Support your answers.
Give your opinion on whether governments should be able to rezone and condemn residential land and displace homeowners in the process, in order to facilitate commercial development. Explain your rationale
PART 2 Please generate an answer for the discussion that I will provide via massage (this discussion is from a only student that I have to reply back no less than 250 words) Please focus on something good of the discussion and add aditional infomation)(ORIGINAL WORK, NO PLAGIARISM, 1 REFERENCE)

For A-plus writer – Applied Sciences homework help

Describe at least two aspects of their advertising strategies that have addressed income and education.
Abortion has been the subject of numerous legislative activities in the United States. How have various legislations affected low-income and minority women?
Describe the legal battle over birth control devices in the United States. Include how access to healthcare has been affected by the legal decisions.
Describe the legal barriers to healthcare access for low-income immigrant minorities.
Review the articles, “Ethnic and gender disparities in needed adolescent mental health care”, and “Overlooked and underserved: Improving the health of men of color”. Explain what it means to be “overlooked” by the healthcare system.
Discuss at least two examples that illustrate why minorities are often overlooked in the healthcare system. Do you agree or disagree with these reasons, why or why not?
Despite the fact that school-based psychological counseling is available to all students, Thomas et al., report that ethnic disparities in mental healthcare access and utilization still persist. Explain why this disparity exists. What can be done to decrease mental health access and utilization barriers for low-income and minority students?
What strategies does former U.S. Surgeon General, David Satcher, M.D., discuss that will decrease the potential for minorities to be overlooked by the healthcare system?