The number one thing that students do wrong in these essays is over-generalize. Be very clear and very explicit. Do not tell me, for example, that the lives of women changed in the 20th century because “they got more freedoms.” That will not receive a passing grade. Instead, you should talk about things like the
What the Nobels Are—and Aren’t—Doing to Encourage Diversity If a woman wins the Nobel Prize in Physics next week, she will be the first to do so in more than 50 years. Over the same period, just one woman has won in chemistry. This gender imbalance is the subject of increasing criticism, much of which
The United States is in a period of major transition from an economy where mass production manufacturing industries constituted the core to a one in which industries based on information and knowledge form the core. In addition to the shift from mass production to knowledge-based enterprises, both the workforce and consumer population has also changed
Currently there are several states in the U.S that have enacted Death with Dignity Statutes. The first state to enact such a law was Oregon. These statutes were not enacted without controversy. For this week’s written assignment, research one of the states that enacted a Death with Dignity statute. In your paper, summarize the applicable statute. Be
Develop a critical analysis of the applicability of modern leadership theories (transformational, servant, ethical, and charismatic theories) to current leadership situations. The goal is to effectively critique these leadership styles, beginning with an overview of the transition from historical leadership theories (Great Man, trait, behavioral, contingency, and transactional) to the modern styles, followed by an
Explain the challenges mental health workers face regarding the impact of cultural issues on families such as religious practices, parenting practices, resistance to assimilation, and social distance. Provide recommendations for how mental health workers can approach such challenges.
The statistical process control (SPC) is a statistical method of monitoring standards, taking measurements, and taking corrective action as products or services are being produced. Using environmental factors and the five M’s–machines used, materials, methods of instruction, measurements taken, and manpower–how would these affect processes in the following areas? A Hardware store An Emergency room