Explain (in 3-4 paragraphs/500 words) how you feel about the need for Internet privacy. If you value your own privacy, explain why you do. If you feel you have nothing to hide, explain why you believe your privacy is protected.
What does Dr. Kimmel mean when he says “gender is about the changing meanings of the fact of being male or female; that those are culturally constructed; that they change from culture to culture and over time”? Can you give specific examples of different meanings of being male or female over the course of life—that
Write a paper on a current event article that discusses restrictions on freedoms by a totalitarian state or an article on ethnic conflict within a nation. Summarize the article and explain why this issue is important to the global community. What outside influences might help change this issue? How? Is the article neutral? Why or
A 62-year-old patient with rheumatoid arthritis comes into the clinic with a chief complaint of a fever. Patient’s current medications include atorvastatin 40 mg at night, methotrexate 10 mg po every Friday morning and prednisone 5 mg po qam. He states that he has had a fever up to 101 degrees F for about a
Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the questions below with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. Define what a work breakdown structure (WBS) is. Discuss the benefits of a WBS and its importance as the foundation of the project structure. What is a deliverable? Provide an example. What is a work
Define what a project, program, and portfolio of projects are, and describe how they relate to one another and in the context of enterprise project management. Describe the basic principles and processes for managing individual projects and dynamic project scheduling. Describe the critical role of projects and programs in an organization.
Should America Fire Ronald McDonald? There are ethical issues and potential ramifications to consider in marketing, when unhealthy products (or those that would be unhealthy when consumed in excess) are sold. Examples could include some of the advertising used for sodas and sugary drinks, alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, and high-calorie “junk food.” A particularly sensitive