In , Chapter 16, you learned about the political, economic, and social impact the Civil War had on the American people. However, your textbook only

In , Chapter 16, you learned about the political, economic, and social impact the Civil War had on the American people. However, your textbook only provides an overview of how the war affected different segments of the population. Therefore, your task for this activity is to conduct historical research in order to better understand the impact of the war on blacks, women, or soldiers. This activity should you recognize the role of diversity in American society as well as to undertake historical research and compose a compelling historical argument based on your findings. (Learning Outcomes 6, 12,13,15 and 16) Freedman & Southern Society Project: The Civil War: Women and the Home Front: Civil War Trust Primary Sources Page: estory Primary Sources and Documents (Ohio State): The Valley of the Shadow: The Time of the Lincolns: Africans in America, Part 4-Judgement Day: Digital story, Civil War Documents: Additional sources from the GALILEO Scholar, your campus library, or the internet. Use the following question to guide your thinking and to prepare for the class discussion. In this activity, you will address one major question: In formulating your response to this question, you should think about the war’s political, economic, and social impact. You must post a summary of your findings for the class to discuss. You must choose to focus on: (1) northern and southern blacks; (2) northern and southern women; (3) soldiers on both sides of the conflict. After conducting your research, you must answer the question listed above. Remember you need to base your response on reliable historical sources. This post should not a statement of your opinion. It should be a statement of your interpretation of the evidence you compiled to support your position. In your initial discussion post, you need to summarize key points and share one or two examples of the war’s impact from your research. remember to proofread your posts before you submit them as well as to list any relevant sources you used as evidence. After making your initial post, you should respond to at least two of your classmates.

Required Early Steps: Topic memo, Reading Notes 10 pp., Bibliography, Outline 1st draft due Tuesday, May 12 (for peer review, mandatory conference with teacher) 2nd

Required Early Steps: Topic memo,  Reading Notes 10 pp., Bibliography, Outline 1st draft due Tuesday, May 12 (for peer review, mandatory conference with teacher) 2nd draft due Tuesday May 19 Write a nine page (8 for text, 1 for Works Cited, 1800 to 2000 words in text) source-based essay on a Bay Area gentrification-related  topic of your own choosing.  The essay should focus on a controlling idea (thesis), supported by explanation, quotation and paraphrasing of several sources. The paper should define its topic clearly and logically, and be both informative and discussion-oriented (meaning it needs to critically review a range of differing approaches or opinions in the field, but it doesn’t have to be organized as an explicit argument).  It should be grounded in some field of knowledge, as well as on Walker’s Pictures of a Gone City.  It must use the MLA system of documenting sources in text, and an MLA-style “Works Cited” page at the end of the text, and cannot be passed unless these linked parts work smoothly. Focused reading and note-taking must  precede essay writing.  These notes need to be careful, and thoughtful, a foundation for the essay. Up to 16 pages of on-time notes can be submitted to receive special double credit.  A student must submit a minimum of 7 pages of notes before May 12 as a pre-condition for submitting a first draft essay.  Students must submit these same notes dated by me (both those submitted on time, and those written later) in a folder when submitting the final paper. No 7 pp. notes = no research. Essays, despite all their references to sources and readings, need to be focused on your own strong ideas, questions and points, concentrated into a clear thesis statement on the first page.  The challenge is to keep the many details you write about in strict relation to major supporting points, and not get lost in the details and sources. Including three relevant references to Walker is a requirement, and should relate to the paper’s main idea. The integration of sources, paraphrased or quoted, in relation to your own original ideas, is the key, so that you are using the sources, not the sources using you. MLA citation is required. Quotations (minimum of 4) and paraphrases (minimum 4)  should be cited in-text by parenthetical citation. Quoted sources should be listed in a “Works Cited” page (on a separate page). At minimum, cite at least 3 popular internet sites, 5 data base sources (check with me if you are not sure), 1 book, and 2 times from Walker’s text. Only sources discussed in your text and relevant to your topic can be included in your Works Cited page. Copying without quotations, patch-writing, or “forgetting” to insert in-text citations when paraphrasing / quoting is plagiarism and can lead to the paper being failed. This fate is easily avoidable: bring any questionable paraphrasing/ quoting to me before submitting it for a grade, and we will make sure it is appropriate. A late first draft essay must be uploaded  for peer review and instructor review by by Friday May 15 (with late penalty), or the final draft will not be accepted Tuesday May 19. On the final draft, no late slips, or excuses can be used, and a penalty will be imposed if the essay is submitted late. Papers will be accepted until Tuesday May 19th  at 5 p.m. on Canvas. Purchase the answer to view it

Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 9-0 decision that law enforcement officers must obtain a search warrant prior to conducting a search of

Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 9-0 decision that law enforcement officers must obtain a search warrant prior to conducting a search of an individual’s cellular telephone. Failure on the part of law enforcement officials to obtain the necessary search warrant would render any information acquired during such a search inadmissible in a court of law. Police organizations contend that searching suspects’ cell phones is a vital part of the duty to protect officers during the course of an arrest. Privacy advocates maintain that contents contained within an individual’s cell phone should be considered private, similar to a home or an office. Analyze the application of the Constitution to the operational functions of the police. Identify ethical issues relevant to the Court’s ruling, and explore such questions as whether arresting officers might be endangered due to the Court’s ruling. Consider whether the Court’s decision incapacitates the police as they attempt to maintain order and arrest criminal perpetrators. Your journal entry this week should be at least one page in length.

Fill in the Blank1._____ is one of the primary causes of maternal mortality associated with childbearing that may be due to a small section of

Fill in the Blank1._____ is one of the primary causes of maternal mortality associated with childbearing that may be due to a small section of retained placenta. 2.The incomplete return of the uterus to its prepregnant size and shape is referred to as _____. 3.To confirm urinary retention, a catheterized amount of _____ is measured. 4.Postpartum _____ are a normal accompaniment to birth. 5.The 2020 National Health Goals include seeing an increase to at least _____% of the infants being breastfed. 6.Infants born with a severe developmental hip dysplasia may be placed in a _____ to try to correct the problem. 7._____ occurs when the sternocleidomastoid is injured and bleeds during birth. 8.Infants with a meconium ileus should be screened for _____ _____. 9._____ is the accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the ventricles or subarachnoid space. 10.Simple spina bifida occulta is a(n) _____ disorder. True/False 1.When establishing expected outcomes for newborns, the outcomes should be consistent with the newborn’s potential. 2.It is estimated that between 10% and 15% of newborns require some assistance to begin breathing. 3.Newborns should be kept in a neutral-temperature environment. 4.Every infant experiences respiratory acidosis until he or she takes a first breath. 5.The best “milk” for preterm infants is a commercial formula that best suits their individual situation. Scenarios1. You are preparing the discharge care plan for a patient who delivered a healthy son 24 hours earlier. The patient and infant have been doing well with no complications; however, when you enter the room, you notices the patient is diaphoretic and flushed. She is trying to fan herself. Her vital signs reveal a temperature of 100.6°F, heart rate of 90 beats/min, respiratory rate of 24 breaths/min, and blood pressure of 130/88 mmHg. A assessments will you do? B.   interventions will you implement? C.   are you expected outcomes? 2.  The patient is a 20-year-old G1P0 who shows up in the emergency department in active labor. She has a strong odor of alcohol on her breath and blood alcohol level measures 1.2. She is evasive about prenatal care but finally admits she has not received any. She also cannot remember the date of her last menstruation period A.   are the immediate concerns for this mother and infant? B.   potential complications should the nursing staff prepare for? C.    nursing diagnoses would be appropriate in this situation? 3. You are assessing an infant who was born with a cleft palate. The parents are concerned and want it corrected immediately before taking their baby home A.   teaching is necessary before the child and parents go home? B.   therapies and/or corrections should the nurse teach the parents? C.   nursing diagnoses are appropriate in this case?

Using NMAP and Zenmap sets the foundation for an enumeration and network identification. In this lab, you will use NMAP & Zenmap setup, basic scanning,

Using NMAP and Zenmap sets the foundation for an enumeration and network identification. In this lab, you will use NMAP & Zenmap setup, basic scanning, and network topology. Complete the following: Write a 250- to 500-word lab report and include a title page, table of contents, overview, and summary. Address the following in the summary: While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide

You teach 4th grade at a small, private school. One of your students, 10-year-old Alexis, is exhibiting behaviors that concern you. Alexis bursts into tears

You teach 4th grade at a small, private school. One of your students, 10-year-old Alexis, is exhibiting behaviors that concern you. Alexis bursts into tears often and when asked, says she doesn’t know why she is crying. She is also biting her nails and constantly bounces her leg while sitting at her desk. She seems unable to concentrate on moderately difficult tasks and daydreams quite a lot. When you discuss your concerns with a fellow teacher, he tells you to dismiss your worries because moodiness is a natural phase of pre-adolescence. You discreetly speak to Alexis, and she reports that she is not sleeping or eating well. When you mention the possibility of calling her parents to inform them of the problem, Alexis says her family does not discuss feelings. You believe Alexis is likely both anxious and depressed. You decide to call her parents to discuss the situation and to advise them that you would like to refer her to a counselor. Create an outline in preparation for your teleconference with Alexis’ parents. In a minimum of 1 paragraph for each Include talking points on:

The purpose of the reflective exercises is to allow for analysis, synthesis and evaluation of nursing theory using guided questions. Reflection has been referred to

The purpose of the reflective exercises is to allow for analysis, synthesis and evaluation of nursing theory using guided questions. Reflection has been referred to as a process that happens internally, privately or in isolation (ll & Watson, 2011). Also, reflection has been referred to as the examination of an issue of concern, as a consequence of experience, creating clarity and meaning in terms of self, and which results in a change of perspective ( Boyd & Fales, 1983). Boyd, E. M., & Fales, A. W. (1983). Reflective learning: Key to learning from experience, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 23(2), 99-117. ll, M. & Watson, J. (2011). Creating a Caring Science Curriculum. New York, NY: Springer Publishing. The Reflective Exercise Questions will follow your Craigie (2010) readings.

Neuman Systems Models is a flexible and adaptive model which can be applied to various aspects of nursing disciplines. Today, the model is used globally

Neuman Systems Models is a flexible and adaptive model which can be applied to various aspects of nursing disciplines. Today, the model is used globally as a nursing conceptual model to guide curriculum development, research studies, and clinical practice in the full array of health-care disciplines. Define a nursing practice area where you could apply Neuman Systems Model. patient population would you target? How would you use this model to guide best practices? How would nursing outcomes be determined? Use at least one current research article related to your practice example. It should be at least 400 words in length and utilize at least one scholarly source other than the textbook. Purchase the answer to view it

Present your two arguments (one on each side of the issue) in (with each premise and conclusion on a separate line) on the topic you

Present your two arguments (one on each side of the issue) in (with each premise and conclusion on a separate line) on the topic you selected from the list. The two arguments should defend different positions on the topic. For example, if your topic was the existence of Santa Claus, then you would present one argument for the claim that Santa Claus does exist and another argument that Santa Claus does not exist. The premises of each argument will present reasons for thinking that the conclusion is true. Here is an example of what an argument in standard form looks like: If Santa Claus exists, then he lives at the North Pole. No one can live at the North Pole. Santa Claus does not exist For each argument, provide a brief explanation of the strengths and weaknesses of the argument. You might explain whether the argument is inductive or deductive, or you might provide a diagram of the argument. Think about how the two arguments compare to each other. Is one better than the other? If so, what makes that one better? Is each a fair presentation of what someone taking that position would say? Are the premises reasonable? How might each argument be made better? My topic will be, Does social media enhance or hinder interpersonal relationships?

Now that you have completed your Informative Essay, reflect back on this process, how it went, what you’ve learned from it, and what you might

Now that you have completed your Informative Essay, reflect back on this process, how it went, what you’ve learned from it, and what you might do differently the next time. in which you address the following questions (from The Writer’s Way, p. P-6): 1.   just happened? ( did I/we do?) 2.   was the purpose of doing this activity? (Why did I/we do it?) 3.   did the reading in the textbook say about this activity? [For this question, identify one concept, idea, or instruction from the textbook that struck you as interesting or significant.] 4.   was the point of this reading? 5.  How can I use this activity or information going forward? Do not write just one-sentence answers to the above questions. Write at least a paragraph for each. Purchase the answer to view it