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Barriers to Critical Thinking$5.00
HUM 115 Week 2 Barriers to Critical Thinking
Identify two barriers as discussed in this week’s readings that influence YOUR critical thinking (the two barriers you select should influence you DIRECTLY – not just critical thinking, in general).
Include only barriers as listed in Thinking: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Critical and Creative Thought, Ch. 2.
Specifically, these include:
- Enculturation (family, work, religion)
- Ego Defenses (denial, projection, rationalization)
- Self-Serving Biases
- Emotional Influences (anger, passion, depression)
Write at least 150 words for each barrier, describing them and how you can overcome them. Total word count
will be at least 300 words.
Citeyour references (if necessary).
Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.
Critical Thinking Reflection$5.00
HUM 115 Week 5 Critical Thinking Reflection
Write a 500-word paper about how critical thinking can be used in everyday life. Include the following in your paper:
Identify three lessons that you learned from this course.
Describe each of them and explain why they are meaningful to you.
How will each of these lessons apply to your everyday life?
What will you continue to work on as a critical thinker?
What is still a challenge to you as a critical thinker?
Format all sources consistent with APA standards. Include an APA title page. Use complete sentences, with correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Use Writepoint or a peer reviewer to edit and recise your paper.
Submit your answers in the Assignment Files tab above.
Points of View: Evolution$10.00
HUM 115 Week 3 Points of View
Write a 300- to 350- word response to the following:
• Identify an opinion you possess on one of the following issues:
The death penalty
o The legalization of recreational marijuana
o The legalization of medical marijuana
o Minimum wage debate
o Gun control
o Doctor assisted suicide
o Or another topic you first approve through your instructor
• Research your opinion. Locate one reliable and credible article. Describe why you chose this article and explain how it is reliable and credible.
• Research your opposition. Locate one reliable and credible article. Describe why you chose this article and explain how it is reliable and credible.
• What did the data in each reveal about your opinion? In other words, was it supported or disproved by your findings?
• Has your opinion changed after researching it? Explain your answer.
• What information do you think is needed to formulate an educated opinion on this topic?
Cite your references. Please complete the assignment in APA format, include a reference page, and cite both articles.
PLEASE VIEW THIS VIDEO BEFORE BEGINNING THE ASSIGNMENT: http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/c2h0FVnz7A
Remember, this is not an assignment in which you write a report proving your opinion. It is a review of both sides of the issue and how it affects your views. Thank you!
Solving Personal Problems: Applying the Five-Step Model$10.00
Solving Personal Problems: Applying the Five-Step Model HUM/115 Critical Thinking in Everyday Life
Solving Personal Problems: Applying the Five-Step Model
This assignment contains two parts. You must complete both parts before saving and submitting to the assignment link.
Part One: Describing the Five-Step Process
List the five steps in the model for problem solving from Chapter 6 of Critical Thinking in Everyday Life. Write a 25-50 word description of each. COMPLETE SENTENCES. Remember to correct cite and reference any source you use to complete this assignment.
Please note: Only the steps from Chapter 6 can be used for the left side of this worksheet
Step (provide name) Description (in your own words)
Step 1: Identify the problem Identifying the problem would be preparing a statement of the problem to help you later find information you may lack or find underlying causes of the main issue.
Step 2: Discover the causes of the problem While discovering the causes of the problem you are looking at the current situation rather then its history. At the beginning you should brainstorm and identify all the possible causes. Some examples of causes would be people, resources, environment, processes, procedures, and rules.
Step 3: Create options to solve the problem (creative thinking) While creating options to solve a problem you should brainstorm solutions. This would be collecting as many ideas as possible, and then screening then to find the best idea. It’s important at this time to not pass any judgment on the ideas, just write them down as you hear them.
Step 4: Evaluate the best options to solve the problem (critical thinking) When evaluating the best option to solve the problem many questions should be asked for the solution you plan to implement such as: which approach is most likely to solve the problem long term? Which approach is the most realistic? What is the extent of risk associated with each alternative? This is the process in problem solving and decision making are integrated.
Step 5: Act, monitor, and modify selected options if necessary In step five, you should be implementing the best alternative (this is your action plan). Then you can monitor the implementation of the plan by looking to see if you’re seeing what you would expect from the indicators. Lastly, you can then verify if the problem has been resolved or not. If not, you can then modify the solution to better accommodate the resolution you are looking for.
Week Two Post-Discussion Reaction Form SOC/110 Version 6$5.00
Week Two Post-Discussion Reaction Form SOC/110 Version 6
At the end of your weekly discussions, answer the following questions in 100 to 200 words. Be honest. You will not be graded on any negative responses.
- How clear was the intent of the discussion?
- How prepared were your group members for the discussion?
- Did everyone participate equally in the discussion?
- Were group members open to different points of view?
- How would you describe the overall climate of the discussion?
- Did you feel your group was productive in the discussion? Did you use the time efficiently?
- What strategies can you use in future discussions to increase productivity and outcomes?
- What approach will you take next time to increase group cohesion?
Video Analysis – “Helping Annie”
- What are the issues in this meeting?
- Can you identify roles and needs in this group?
- What did they do well as a group?
- What is the best course of action moving forward for this group?
- Based on what you learned this week, how might you handle this situation differently?
Running of bulls and Oktoberfest analysis$20.00
For the coursework you are expected to prepare a report based on a detailed analysis of one international issue and its relevance to two international events. In the report you are required to: · Introduction: Introduce your coursework including a brief description of the events and the aims of your coursework. (You can refer to more detail in the appendix) (15%) ·
Literature Review: Focusing on the theoretical aspects of the international issue that is to be discussed such as: globalisation; cross cultural exchange; political tension; social media; lifestyle changes/impacts; environmental, cultural, economic, social issues; health and safety issues. You are required to review the published literature on this issue. Your literature review must be based on a variety of academic sources (books/journal articles) (25%) ·
Analyse and Discuss: Provide an analytical discussion of the issue chosen in relation to your chosen events. This should be a critical evaluation of the role, development, operation and management of your chosen international events in light of these issues (40%) ·
Recommendations: Make justified recommendations as to how the planning, organisation and implementation of the events should approach and deal with the international issue in the future. (20%)
It is up to you to identify events but they must be of International stature and hosted outside UK. If you have a doubt about your event, please contact your Module Co-Ordinator.
PS: Football World Cup, Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Rugby World Cup, Champions League – SHOULD NOT BE USED
Analytical Essay on Algae biofuel$27.50
The essay should be analytical in nature. Don’t simply give an overview of an approach or application but make sure
you include an analysis and put in your own thoughts. The Essay text can be no more than 5
pages using a 1.5 line spacing. Use a 1 inch margin on all sides and a 12 point Times Roman
font. Number references must be included with the numbers in superscript in the text body and
listed under the reference section. Figures may be added at the end of the essay and do not
count toward the total page count.
Typically the essay should include:
Introduction: Define the problem or technology discussed and place it in a current context. Define the idea or thesis of the essay.
Background: review materials relevant to your application.
Current results and Critique
Conclusion and perspective of future trends
The mark breakdown should be:
1/3 grammar (spelling, sentence and paragraph structure, flow)
1/3 technical content (details, references, figures)
1/3 thesis arguments
10 peer reviewed references minimum
Here, how to start off:
Intro: talk about why biofuel is the future, and algae derived biofuel is the most practical in term of cultivation, extraction, and economically feasible
paragraph1. explain what an algae is, how long it have existed, what are the common strains of algae use in production, what are the requires for growth, and what is the products
paragraph 2: explain the cultivation and extraction process of algea biofuel
paragraph 3: explain the economics of algae production in term of profit and cost
paragraph 4: explain the drawback of paragraph 1-3, eg. picking the right algae strains, risk of contamination, cost of productions, purification process, cost of production , limitation on where production can be carry out
paragraph 5: Critically explain your perspective on the pro and cons (be specifics) on the future aspect of algae biofuel
Last paragraph: summarize the overall topics and readdress your thesis. provide a strong take home message
A final note, the audience of the paper are scientist with experience in the field. There need to be a TOPIC SENTENCE for each paragraph, and a concluding sentence. It must be CONCISE and specific.
Judgment Calls Essay$10.00
“Most decisions are made with analysis, but some are judgment calls not susceptible to analysis due to time or information constraints. Please write about a judgment call you’ve made recently that couldn’t be analyzed. It can be a big or small one, but should focus on a business issue. What was the situation, the alternatives you considered and evaluated, and your decision making process? Be sure to explain why you chose the alternative you did relative to others considered.”
Ambiguous government Cyber crime Policy in cyber crime prevention$65.00
- Executive summary. 2
- Introduction. 5
- Statement of the problem.. 6
- Research questions. 6
- Significance of the research. 6
- Literature Review.. 7
- Cyber crime policy research. 7
- Research on cyber crime. 9
- Methodology. 14
- Analysis. 14
- Computer fraud and abuse act 14
- The wiretap act 16
- Networks crimes statues. 16
- Presidential/executive orders. 17
- Discussion. 18
- Understanding cyber crime. 18
- Types of cyber crimes. 18
- Strategies for combating cyber crimes. 18
- Emerging trends in cyber crime prevention. 32
- Barriers to implementing effective strategies to fighting cyber crime. 33
- Cyber crime prevention policies. 35
- Computer fraud and abuse act 35
- The wiretap act 36
- Networks crimes statues. 37
- Presidential/executive cyber crime policy. 40
- Recommendations. 44
- Limitations of the study. 46
- Conclusion. 47
- References. 51