Determine the necessary Service Level Agreements (SLA) needed from your carri

 
Determine the necessary Service Level Agreements (SLA) needed from your carrier services, along with the quality of service expectations required. Consider how the SLA will affect business and how you will measure performance against the SLA.
Complete the following sections of the final report this week, which must be 1.5 to 2 pages:
Determine appropriate protocols to ensure needed quality of service, which will allow for needed priorities in the organization.
Identify and describe the use of tools for measuring quality of service.
Identify terms that must be included in the service-level agreement to ensure quality of service is maintained.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. A minimum of two outside academic references are required, in addition to using course texts and websites.

 
Determine the necessary Service Level Agreements (SLA) needed from your carri
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Topic – Domestic Violence.  Complete the following sections for your research p

Topic – Domestic Violence. 
Complete the following sections for your research proposal:
Title page: Follow APA formatting for the title page.
Introduction: present your topic, a problem statement, and some general information about your topic.
Review of Literature: Summarize at least five relevant/related research studies relating to your chosen topic. No older than 3-5 years old for research purposes. 
Variables: Give a brief description of your independent variable and dependent variable.
Hypothesis: Provide the specific hypothesis statement which includes the independent and dependent variable.
References: You must include correctly-formatted APA in-text citations in the body of your proposal, and a matching reference list in appropriate APA form.
Remember to format your work consistent with APA guidelines.
See the attached document for an example. 

Topic – Domestic Violence. 
Complete the following sections for your research p
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     visit two different drug stores and conduct a comparison of two products i

     visit two different drug stores and conduct a comparison of two products in the same category (e.g., weight loss pills, cough syrup, dietary supplements, wrinkle remover, etc. In addition, conduct a brief interview with ONE pharmacist from EACH store using a pre-determined set of questions. Following the product comparison and pharmacist interview, a 3-4 page in-depth written report based on information gathered during the visits is required.  The following questions should be addressed using the information gathered from the products as well as the interview with the pharmacist: 
1) Why are some products more expensive than others even though they contain the same amount of active ingredient?
2) What product would you choose to use and why?
3) What influenced you to select these products?
4) What do you look for when you buy products?
5) How were you treated by the pharmacist?
6) What defining knowledge did you learn from this activity that contributes towards making more informed decisions as a consumer of health products?   

     visit two different drug stores and conduct a comparison of two products i .

 Rationalization.  Consider Frost’s “The Road Not Taken.”  A common (mis)interp

 Rationalization.  Consider Frost’s “The Road Not Taken.”  A common (mis)interpretation of the poem is that it’s about taking the nontraditional path.  However, it seems to be more about a poem about rationalizing one’s actions, as described in the video below.  After reviewing the video, comment on this tendency of humans to rationalize actions.  Why would this narrator tell a story where he/she clearly alters events?  
 Ithaca College. (2008, Feb. 29).  Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” .  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5140uJOUDE.  

 Rationalization.  Consider Frost’s “The Road Not Taken.”  A common (mis)interp .

The papers in this course give you the opportunity to integrate the material in

The papers in this course give you the opportunity to integrate the material in the textbook readings, lectures, and primary sources that you have encountered in each unit. Please take this opportunity to show that you have understood the material. When you use this materials, you don’t need to formally cite them, just put the source in parentheses with page numbers where appropriate.
Your paper should consist of two parts:
Part One (250 words)- Drawing on the textbook readings and the links provided on your role sheet, create a biography for yourself describing your life in Galtonia. You should reference at least three events elsewhere in Europe from the textbook and/or lectures to provide some historical context. The more detail you provide the better.
Part Two (250 words)- As a representative to the Constituent Assembly of Galtonia you have been elected to decide the fate of the Galtonian monarchy. Should it remain absolute, be limited by a constitution, or be abolished altogether? In this section of your paper you should write an argument to be delivered to the Assembly. The argument should lay out your reasons for why you take the political position you do. You should why your chosen political persuasion is more advantageous for Galtonia. In this section of your paper you should draw on the primary documents we have read to support your position by including at least two direct quotes and placing them within quotation sandwiches.

The papers in this course give you the opportunity to integrate the material in .

Please read the instruction carefully, each half page and totally one page but

Please read the instruction carefully, each half page and totally one page but not more than 1 and 1/2. NO copy work will be rejected. 
  
Discussion 1 PHI 210 (Half a page)
Please choose one of these options to write about.  
Option 1: depends upon the article called “The Believing Game” by Peter Elbow.  Please read it (attached here for convenience) and respond.  What do you think about the idea of using an imaginative game instead of trying to convince people with reasons?  Can you think of a situation in your own relationships or work where you might try to apply these techniques? Copy and paste on your browser to read the pdf file.
Believing Game.pdf  (https://blackboard.strayer.edu/courses/1/PHI210022VA016-1188-001/db/_71224965_1/embedded/Believing%20Game.pdf)
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Option 2: Practice a brief sketch of your upcoming essay.  This does not need to be as lengthy as the essay, it is just a chance to practice. The goal here is to ask the believing questions about ideas you disagree with.
1. Select one (1) of the approved topics from the www.procon.org Website and state your real position on the issue.
2. From the Procon.org Website, identify three (3) premises (reasons) listed under either the Pro or Con section — whichever section opposes your position.
3. For the three (3) premises (reasons) that oppose your position on the issue, answer these “believing” questions suggested by Elbow: 
o What’s interesting or helpful about this view?
o What would I notice if I believed this view?
o In what sense or under what conditions might this idea be true?
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Discussion 1 PHI 210 Q2 (Half a page)
“Understanding and Analyzing Arguments”
Use the Internet to search for an example of an enthymeme in the media (e.g., Internet, television, radio, newspapers, etc.).
· You may find an op-ed, political piece, advertising, et cetera.
· Identify the implied premise in the enthymeme.
· Why did you choose this example?

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 After reading the Nicomachean Ethics reflect on the ideas, arguments, concepti

 After reading the Nicomachean Ethics reflect on the ideas, arguments, conceptions, and perspectives Aristotle offers. Consider one of them that you find intriguing, compelling, or important to your understanding of the reading. In doing so, ponder the specific reasons for why you find it intriguing, compelling, or important. Possible considerations to contemplate is the strength of an argument in terms of its validity, its truthfulness in terms of evidence that can support it, its coherence with other ideas presented in the reading, its relatability to your own life (especially the specific values and beliefs you hold–not just a story about how one time…), and how it compares with other philosophical perspectives you have encountered elsewhere. Be sure to explain the argument you choose, define philosophical concepts that you use, and provide examples to support your points. Your explanation should include textual support with citations; any citation style can be used so long as the page number of the quote or paraphrase is provided. To earn full credit and have appropriate philosophical depth, your response should be at least 400 words. 
 
Reading Response Journal Rubric
Reading Response Journal Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUnderstandingThe reading response entry contains an accurate, precise description of the specific argument, conception, idea, or perspective being focused on in the journal entry.
9.0 ptsExcellent
The entry contains highly accurate and precise summarization, description and/or paraphrasing of the argument, conception, idea, or perspective. The entry uses appropriate textual support for these.
8.0 ptsGood
The summarization, description and/or paraphrasing of the argument, conception, idea, or perspective is fairly accurate and precise and has textual support, but other passages may have been better choices.
7.0 ptsNeeds Improvement
The summarization, description and/or paraphrasing of the argument, conception, idea, or perspective is fairly accurate, but not precise, and the textual support is inappropriate.
6.0 ptsUnacceptable
The summarization, description and/or paraphrasing of the argument, conception, idea, or perspective is inaccurate and/or has no textual support.
9.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvaluationEvaluation of the argument, conception, idea, or perspective being considered in the journal entry.
9.0 ptsExcellent
The entry evaluates the argument, conception, idea, or perspective in question by checking for adherence to various standards (validity, soundness, etc.), for how it is supported by evidence, and internal consistency. The entry suggests how the argument, conception, idea, or perspective could be made better according to the appropriate standard and by exploring unmentioned plausible alternatives.
8.0 ptsGood
The entry evaluates the argument, conception, idea, or perspective in question by checking for adherence to various standards (validity, soundness, etc.), for how it is supported by evidence, and internal consistency.
7.0 ptsNeeds Improvement
The entry evaluates the argument, conception, idea, or perspective by superficially considering its plausibility. Evaluation needs more development with respect to the standard used, suggestions for improving the argument, and/or exploration of unmentioned plausible alternatives.
6.0 ptsUnacceptable
The entry evaluates the position in question by whether the author agrees or disagrees with it.
9.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength
2.0 ptsFull Marks
Journal entry is 400 words or more.
0.0 ptsNo Marks
Journal entry is 399 words or less.
2.0 pts
Total Points: 20

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  Reply to a classmate Virginia regarding her post; be sure to offer a new quot

  Reply to a classmate Virginia regarding her post; be sure to offer a new quote or idea to keep the conversation flowing! Be sure to quote, cite, and reference from the text(s) using appropriate APA format. Your post must be at least 150 words. 
 
What could be of one’s life when those closest to you are the ones most far away? Generations past have shown us how in most periods of history, the ultimate goal for women was marriage and the sharing of one’s life with a significant other of an opposite sex. These were the ones with whom we would share every single aspect of our existence. But although this was a goal, it became a burden. Gaps of understanding between the existence of men and women have always plagued relationships (romantic or not) up to the point of making coexistence unbearable. “MRS. PETERS (takes the jar, looks about for something to wrap it in; takes the petticoat from the clothes she brought from the other room, very nervously begins winding around the jar. In false voice) My, it’s a good thing the men couldn’t hear us. Wouldn’t they just laugh! Getting all tired up over a little thing like a -dead canary. As if that could have anything to do with-with-wouldn’t they laugh! (The men are heard coming downstairs.)” What a life it would be if everything you said was considered laughable? If one could be condemned guilty only for finding something that might help create a story against one for being a powerless woman who needs a males guidance? But most importantly, what would it be if, in these circumstances, those of our own kind would be reluctant to support us? “MRS. HALE I might have known she needed help! know how things can be for women. I tell you, it’s queer, Mrs. Peters. We live close together and we live far apart. We all go through the same things.­ it’s all just a different kind of the same thing.” These used to be the realities (and continue to be in many instances) the realities of women in fiction (like this piece) and in real life. These clashes evidence that what we see in this piece is not a mere manifestation of criminal behavior or a rebellion of entitlement, but rather a revelation against confinement and under-appreciation. An expression of the feelings caused by an array of miscomprehension. I believe that throughout this piece we see relationships upon men and women that fail to value one another and therefore make their peaceful, equal and harmonious coexistence something of dreams -mere illusions. We see relationships affected by miscomprehension resulting in overvalued male attitude and an awakening of female perspectives. (This is exemplified by the attitudes of the gentlemen in the scene who could only laugh at the idea of the moment of the women on sewing. And to through the attitudes of the ladies who knowing about the inclemency of men and that they risked their own liberty, went about eliminating incriminating evidence against a female like them. A female that to them, was as much a victim as Mr. Wright.)
W.C: 479
References: 
Glaspell, Susan. 2017. Trifles. In N. Bayum, W. Franklin P. Gura, J. Klinkowitz & A. Krupat (Eds.) The Norton Anthology of American Literature (pp.750-761), New York, N.Y: W.W Norton & Company Inc. 
  Reply to classmate Raquel regarding her post; be sure to offer a new quote or idea to keep the conversation flowing! Be sure to quote, cite, and reference from the text(s) using appropriate APA format. Your post must be at least 150 words. 
 
Reading the poem titled, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” by Langston Hughes; I was able to stop and think about what exactly he is trying to say in this poem. I was trying to figure out how the author tries to treat the idea of racism in America. From what I am comprehending in his poem, is that he is relating racism in America to being ancient. As in it has been around for a very long time, and I honestly didn’t even realize it myself. Langston Hughes states, “I’ve known rivers: Ancient, dusky rivers” (Langston Hughes, 1921,1926 (P. 1037) I then went on to read, “The Man Who Was Almost a Man” by Richard Wright. After reading this story I feel that he treats the idea of racism as, not just by someone’s color. The main character Dave who is seventeen years old was wanting to own a gun; because in his eyes he would be a “man” if he owned a gun. In the story Richard Wright wrote, “Shucks, a man oughta hava little gun aftah he done worked hard all day.” (Richard Wright, 1939,1961, (P.1059) The main character Dave lives at home with his mother and father who will not allow him to own a gun. I feel that Richard Wright is referring to racism by showing that because the main character wasn’t a certain age, he was not allowed to buy a gun. Maybe if the main character was older then, maybe his parents would have allowed him to own a gun.   
 
References:  
The Negro Speaks of Rivers. Langston Hughes (1921, 1926) (P.1037) The Norton Anthology. American Literature. 1865 to The Present. Robert S. Levine (Shorter Ninth Edition) Volume 2. New York, NY 
The Man Who Was Almost a Man. Richard Wright (1939, 1961) (P.1059) The Norton Anthology. American Literature. 1865 to The Present. Robert S. Levine (Shorter Ninth Edition) Volume 2. New York, NY
 

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  What are some of the components of these cultures that you need to understand

 
What are some of the components of these cultures that you need to understand from a business standpoint?
How are they different in each country? Specifically, what considerations will be necessary to facilitate collaboration across these cultures? Identify supervisory skills appropriate to respond to your considerations.
Can you have a U.S. management style in these countries? In support of your answer, show how various issues would influence the success of multicultural teamwork.
How are their economic systems classified? Explain why they are classified as such.
After studying these countries, explain whether you should or should not move forward with your business plan.

 
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    Design  a training plan using the ADDIE Model described below. In this plan

 
 
Design  a training plan using the ADDIE Model described below. In this plan you  will train your employees on a new piece of equipment. Your paper must  include an overview, and detailed information for each step in the ADDIE  model.
The  ADDIE Model is the most commonly used approaches to help plan an  effective training in the workplace. There are 5 steps to the ADDIE  Model: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate.
Your plan should include the following:
Overview – what is your business? what is the new equipment you will be training?
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Analyze   – how will the new equipment be used? what knowledge, skills, and  abilities are needed to use the equipment? will all employees use it, or  only a few? is it similar to any equipment you currently use?
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Design – what are the specific objectives of  this training plan? how long will it be? will you use any alternate  delivery systems (video, online, etc) to prepare learners, or to follow  up? who will do the training?
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Develop  –  what sorts of materials will you need? lesson plans? workbooks or  handouts? training aids? evaluation instruments (tests, questionnaires,  etc)?
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Implement –  how will you conduct training to ensure your employees learn? take time  away from job, or outside work hours, paying overtime? voluntary or  mandatory? will you offer incentives?
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Evaluate – evaluation should include how you will measure training – how will you know the training is effective.
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Write a thorough training plan, addressing each area of the ADDIE plan, to help your employees to learn the new equipment.

 
 
Design  a training plan using the ADDIE Model described below. In this plan
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