*******PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS********3 page report as if you are a nu

*******PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS********3 page report as if you are a nurse in clinicals in a community health facility. The purpose of this journaling is for personal growth; to synthesize information by showing relationships between new and past information associated with previous course work, critical thinking, evidence-based practice, and personal reflection to validate your values in nursing. Begin with a thorough description of the experience and ideas. Identify how you portrayed each element of the PRICE model (one paragraph), providing examples of your actions limited to one paragraph. Next, each journal should reflect on the experience through exploration, questioning, analyzing, and application. Use a minimum of two peer-review journal articles, and other sources, to indicate relationships between new and past information. I have uploaded information on PRICE.

Below the comments that I received for my essay so I will need some help to rest

Below the comments that I received for my essay so I will need some help to restructure it to fit into the critireas shared by the instructor.
The essay shows some understanding of
the themes and concepts covered in the module, but insufficient ability to
apply them to answer the question chosen. The essay does not answer the question that ask you to discuss
if the migration crisis represents the greatest challenge to the stability of
the EU. In order to answer it, you should have presented the other side of the
argument. Moreover, you could have compared the impact of the migration crisis
with the one of other issues that pose a threat to the stability of the EU.
The assignment
contains some interesting points on migration, but it tends to be extremely
descriptive. The argument is not sufficiently developed and not clearly
presented. I strongly encourage you to work more on this point.

Case Study Attached Files: SCAN0082.PDF (85.68 KB) View the Yale Office of Coope

Case Study
Attached Files:
SCAN0082.PDF (85.68 KB)
View the Yale Office of Cooperative Research Case Study (attached).
Based on your reading of the Case Study, and your learning in the course, answer the following questions:
1) Provide a brief synopsis of the source of the controversy or difficulties in this case (do not simply re-state what was provided in the case study)
2) Does a legal and/or ethical conflict exist in this case? If yes, please provide the basis and detail the conflict.
Based on your sum total learning of strategic management in the course, answer the following:
3) Where was the pressure coming from?
4) Look up the mission statement of Yale University (it is broad and generic) and state it in your writing. Does it contradict any actions in the case study?
5) List the strategies that were employed to remedy the situation.
Note: No OTHER ONLINE SOURCE. ANY PLAGIARISM WILL RESULT IN FAILLURE AND ACADEMIC PROBATION

Prompt: In English 101, you had to write expository essays. A textualanalysis is

Prompt: In English 101, you had to write expository essays. A textualanalysis is an expository piece of writing that evaluates and explains a text communicates or makes meaning. Pick a topic related to a text selected by that faculty that you deem interesting and analyze it according to the way concepts such as authorial intent, symbols, or patterns. Use specific textual evidence to establish a general argument (i.e., thesis) about how the text “works.” You should not simply paraphrase or summarize what the writer/composer says or composes; rather, your goal is to provide a way of understanding the measure of persuasive effect by analyzing the rhetorical situation.
To do this, first identify the author, intended reader, message, and significance (or meaning) of the text. You can take your cues from the readings included in the book, class discussions, or discussions with your instructor. This information will set the foundation for the rest of your analysis. Consequently, your essay will textually analyze a piece of writing in terms of its:
• articulates its significance or meaning;
• employs the textual/literary techniques (symbolism, patterns, references, characterization, dialogue, if applicable)One of the things that the character playing Abbie Hoffman said during the film that the Trial of the Chicago Seven was a political trial. How true was this in the film and in the Emmitt Till segment in the documentary, “Eyes on the Prize”. How true is this in recent cases involving Black defendants wrongfully convicted of crimes and police officers who aren’t convicted of killing unarmed Black people.

Multimodal Proposal Reflection Write a 500-word reflection about the multimodal

Multimodal Proposal Reflection
Write a 500-word reflection about the multimodal argument you created and the choices you made to persuade your audience. Explain your initial motivation for topic, why you selected the platform you did, and address technological challenges. Justify the decisions you made.
Explain the argument conveyed in your multimodal argument.
Describe the specific strategies you used to present the claims that support your argument.
Explain how these strategies that you chose help to support your argument.
Analyze how the multimodal delivery of your argument affected the impact of your argument as compared to a traditional print delivery.
Please use MLA formatting style for this document. This assignment counts for 25 points out of 100 on your final exam.
I encluded my proposal in the files so you can use as a guide

Breach-A-Norm Assignment: Students are asked to engage in an exercise of breakin

Breach-A-Norm Assignment: Students are asked to engage in an exercise of breaking an accepted rule (or norm) in society. Examples of these breaching experiments will be given in class.
Therefore, you will be conducting the breach a norm from outside your home or within your home! Get creative! Trust me, you can break several norms without leaving where you reside and there are plenty to break when out and about!
If you are going to conduct outside the home please adhere to being respectful as many individuals have not yet acclimated to the changes that are occurring due to the changes as of June 15th. For the time being I do not want norms to be broken that will directly affect people such as crowding them in line, for example.
Additionally, please make sure that the norm you are breaking has occurred during the duration of being in the course. NO PREVIOUS experiences. Thank you.
The experiment should not negatively affect the physical or spiritual health of the student or observers.
Following the exercise, students will write an essay of two pages full in length that is typed and double-spaced.
The essay should incorporate answers to the following questions:
1). What is the norm that you are breaking? How did you choose to breach this particular
norm? What is the underlying value behind this norm?
2). What were the reaction of others? How did you understand the reactions
sociologically?
3). What was your personal reaction to breaching the norm? What are your reflections for
why this type of exercise is important?
4) Use one of the 3 Sociological Theories in Sociology (Conflict, Functionalist or Symbolic Interactionism) to explain how they would view the norm that you broke. Would they find it harmful or beneficial to society and why?
5) Sociological Analysis: Expand on your observations, analyze sociological terms from the textbook that seem relevant to the norm that you broke. Sociological terms should be highlighted in BOLD and should also include a definition of the term followed up in your own words how the term you selected relates to your experience in breaking the norm. You must use at least 6 sociological terms in your assignment.
THE FILE I PROVIDED IS AN EXAMPLE

A common theme in this section has been the importance of supportive and welcomi

A common theme in this section has been the importance of supportive and welcoming communities. Where have the authors found these communities?
How does the concept of a sports-based masculinity in prison compare to our constructions of masculinity outside of prison? Do many men still rely on a sports-based masculinity? Why do you think this is?
Think about the connection between capitalism and sizeism that Kimberly Dark makes in “Big Yoga Student.” Can you think of other instances where capitalism encourages sizeism or any of the other -isms?
How do the readings in this book compare to your other textbooks? Do any of your other textbooks combine scholarly essays with poetry and short fiction? What does this model with its multitude of mediums and voices achieve that your other textbooks may not?

The outline for the final proposal is uploaded as well as all the other informat

The outline for the final proposal is uploaded as well as all the other information is already done to finish the final version.
Please note the abstract has to be at least 350 words ( some of this is already done) and the methods 2-3 pages. Please make sure you read the outline carefully and add anything required.
For the
final paper, please have a specific title, and if you want, running title. Each
section should have a header with what is being addressed for example in the
needs assessment part the header can be needs assessment.
The header
should post what is being worked on.
Also the
title page should not be research proposal please add a title related to what the
proposal is for.

Answer the question below. Narrow and focus your answer and also support yo

Answer the question below. Narrow and focus your answer and also support your response with examples and/or quotes from the readings. Try to answer questions other have not addressed or at least discuss new ideas others have not have covered.
Structure your post like a formal essay; your goal is to present a persuasive argument, an interpretation of your selected text. Begin with an introduction that provides an overview of the selected text (identify the title and author) so that your ideas are in context for the reader; then explain your purpose, your interpretation of the text; this is your thesis. Then in the post’s body, support this thesis with evidence, including quotes, from the primary text; you may also evidence from the scholarly sources in the course content. Organize your post effectively; the reader should be able to follow a cohesive argument. Introduce quotes, explain them to the reader, and cite them using MLA style, but you do not need a Works Cited if your sources are clear in the post. The first time you use an author or critic, provide his/her full and the title of the article; thereafter, use only the last name. Read my responses to other students’ posts so that you will not make the same mistakes.
O’Connor
Question: Like many of O’Connor’s other characters, Hulga in “Good Country People,” needs to awaken to her own personal flaws. What does she need to realize about herself? Hulga has several physical issues, and of course O’Connor is not making fun of disabled people; rather she is using Hulga’s wooden leg, myopic vision, and heart problems as metaphors – but for what? What do Hulga’s physical problems signify about her emotional life? What does her name change imply about her personality? Be specific but narrow and focus.