Week 3 Assignment: Flashbulb Memories Due Monday by 1:59am Points 75 Submitting a file upload Submit Assignment Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this

Week 3 Assignment: Flashbulb Memories Due Monday by 1:59am Points 75 Submitting a file upload Submit Assignment Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Instructions Flashbulb memories are memories about a specific event that are so vivid it creates a “snapshot” of the event. Examples of well-known flashbulb memory events include the 9/11 attacks, Challenger disaster, and the MLK or JFK assassinations. Research the phenomenon of flashbulb memories. Discuss the major theorists, main characteristics of flashbulb memories and the major criticisms of these types of memories. Now, identify a personal example of a flashbulb memory and describe in detail what you were doing when you heard the news of this event (what was the time? who were you with? what was the first thing you thought of when you heard the news?). Thinking back to when your flashbulb memory event occurred. How confident are you about the accuracy of your responses about this event? Is the experience of your flashbulb memory event consistent with the characteristics and/or criticisms of flashbulb memories? Writing Requirements (APA format) Textbook: Chapter 6, 7, 8, 9 Lesson Minimum of 2 outside scholarly sources Length: 2-3 pages (not including Title and References pages) 1-inch margins Double spaced 12-point Times New Roman font Running header in the upper left of all pages Page number in the upper right of all pages Parenthetical in-text citations included and formatted in APA style References page (a minimum of 2 outside scholarly sources plus the textbook and/or the weekly lesson) ! 5/22/20, 4:45 PM Page 1 of 4 PSYC110 Week 3 Assignment Rubric Criteria Ratings Pts 10.0 pts 20.0 pts Grading This activity will be graded based on the Essay Grading Rubric. Course Outcomes (CO): 4 Due Date: By 11:59 p.m. MT on Sunday Content 10.0 pts Addresses all aspects of the assignment. 8.5 pts Addresses most aspects of the assignment. 7.5 pts Addresses some aspects of the assignment. 6.0 pts Addresses few aspects of the assignment. 0.0 pts No effort Explanation of Concepts 20.0 pts Thoroughly explains psychological theories and concepts in connection to key course content 17.0 pts Explains psychological theories and concepts in connection to key course content, but more detail could be added. 15.0 pts Adequately explains psychological theories and concepts in connection to key course content. Additional explanation and details are needed to clarify the topic and make link to course content and assignment. 12.0 pts Explanation of psychological theories and concepts is inadequate or unclear. Connections to key course content is inadequate or unclear. 0.0 pts No effort Analysis 20.0 pts The central idea is developed and expanded. 17.0 pts The central idea is discernible 15.0 pts The central idea needs more development 12.0 pts The central idea is not 0.0 pts No effort 5/22/20, 4:45 PM Page 2 of 4 20.0 pts 5.0 pts 5.0 pts Thorough analysis of psychological theories and concepts clearly supports the central idea and displays evidence of a thoughtful in- depth analysis. and developed and basic analysis of key theories and concepts is provided. A more thorough analysis could be included. with points tying back to key psychological theories and concepts. Additional support and details are needed to clarify points. developed, and the analysis lacks critical thought. Source Integration 5.0 pts All required resources are included: 2 outside scholarly sources plus the textbook/online lesson. 4.25 pts Most required resources are included: at least 2 outside scholarly sources, but no textbook/online lesson. 3.75 pts Some required resources are included 1 outside scholarly source plus textbook/online lesson. 3.0 pts Few required resources are included: 1 outside scholarly source or only textbook/online lesson. 0.0 pts No effort Writing: Mechanics & Usage 5.0 pts The writing is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation that would detract from a clear reading of the paper. 4.25 pts The writing contains a few major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation, but the errors do not detract from a clear reading of the paper. 3.75 pts The writing contains some major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation that need to be addressed for a clearer reading of the paper. 3.0 pts The writing contains several major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation that impede a clear reading of the paper. 0.0 pts No effort APA Format 5.0 pts Paper is formatted to include all 7 of the following: title page, 1- 4.25 pts Paper is formatted to include 6 of the following: title page, 1-inch 3.75 pts Paper is formatted to include 5 of the following: title page, 1-inch 3.0 pts Paper is formatted to include 4 of the following: title page, 1-inch 0.0 pts No effort 5/22/20, 4:45 PM Page 3 of 4 Total Points: 75.0 5.0 pts 10.0 pts inch margins, double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman, running header, and page numbers. margins, double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman, running header, and page numbers. margins, double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman, running header, and page numbers. margins, double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman, running header, and page numbers. APA Citations & References Page 10.0 pts All sources are properly cited in the text and references page demonstrating a mastery of APA format.. 8.5 pts Most sources are cited in the text and references page. Some minor errors may exist in citation, but it does not interfere with understanding the source of the information. 7.5 pts Most sources are cited in the text and references page. Some errors may exist in citation that need to be addressed to clarify the source of information. 6.0 pts Sources are not properly/cited in the text/references page. Formatting contains several errors that suggest a lack of understanding of APA format. 0.0 pts No effort 5/22/20, 4:45 PM Page 4 of 4

Chapter 15: Communication PlanningChapter 16: Risk Management Planning Read and reflect on the assigned readings for the week. Then post what you thought was the

Chapter 15: Communication PlanningChapter 16: Risk Management Planning Read and reflect on the assigned readings for the week. Then post what you thought was the most important concept(s), method(s), term(s), and/or any other thing that you felt was worthy of your understanding in each assigned textbook chapter.Your initial post should be based upon the assigned reading for the week, so the textbook should be a source listed in your reference section and cited within the body of the text. Other sources are not required but feel free to use them if they aid in your discussion.Also, provide a graduate-level response to each of the following questions: [Your post must be substantive and demonstrate insight gained from the course material. !] Text Subtitle: Authors: Adrienne Watt Publisher: BCcampus Open Education Publication Date: 2019 Edition: 2nd Edition

Defining Social Justice Assignment 3: Defining Social Justice Social justice has been defined in different ways, but the definitions usually include similar ideologies. As you

Defining Social Justice Assignment 3: Defining Social Justice Social justice has been defined in different ways, but the definitions usually include similar ideologies. As you study the concept of social justice, you will come across some of the following ideas: Historical inequities that affect current injustices should be corrected until the actual inequities no longer exist or have been perceptively “negated.” Wealth, power, and status should be redistributed for the good of the individual, the community, and the society. It is the responsibility of the government (or those who hold significant power) to ensure a basic quality of life for all its citizens. From country to country social justice is defined in different ways, and the definitions usually include ideologies as well as differences. Research the definition of social justice in the United States using your textbook, the Argosy University online library resources, and the Internet. Select another country to examine its definition of social justice in order to analyze the ideologies and similarities using the following steps: Analyze the ideologies. Identify the similarities. Using your reasoning skills, give supporting statements or arguments that support your position(s) about the social justice. Your comparing and contrasting must consider the following: Historical values and ideologies of the country Economic structure of the country Discrimination issues, if any exist Develop a 2–3-page analysis of the definitions of social justice in the U.S. and a country of your choice. Analyze the ideologies, identify their similarities, and explain how these factors support your statements or arguments about the social justice you’ve selected. Support your explanations with a minimum of two scholarly sources in addition to the course text and apply APA standards to citation of sources.

Respond to each number in a minimum of 175 words: 1. What measures should the criminal justice system, social service agencies, and the healthcare community

Respond to each number in a minimum of 175 words: 1. What measures should the criminal justice system, social service agencies, and the healthcare community take to reduce intimate partner violence (IPV) victimization? How can these measures make a difference? 2. As the laws for people in the United States change, do our prison communities also need to evolve so we are providing humane living conditions as defined in our U.S. Constitution? Put yourself in the position of an incarcerated victim. Would being victimized in prison make you more likely to continue being a victim or would you use other coping strategies? What are the consequences of prison victimization? How has federal legislation, such as the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), addressed violence and victimization within correctional facilities at the federal, state, and local levels of jurisdiction? 3.  Why do you think males and minorities have higher rates of workplace victimization than do females and non-minority workers? 4. What is the piece of federal legislation on victims’ rights that is most important for victims of crime? Explain your answer. How has the passage of federal legislation on victims’ rights impacted state and local communities?

Using the company you have selected for your Strategy Development Project, describe one idea to generate substantial top line revenue growth. As you describe and

Using the company you have selected for your Strategy Development Project, describe one idea to generate substantial top line revenue growth. As you describe and assess this potential move, refer specifically to Figure 4.1 (p. 77) in Chapter 4 of Sherman and to the other readings from this week to support your response. Post your initial response by Wednesday, midnight of your time zone, and reply to at least 2 of your classmates’ initial posts by Sunday, midnight of your 1st person to respond to Brad Hello Dr G and fellow classmates- . One revenue-generating idea our team is working on for the 2023 Baseball/Softball season is to focus on a list of key items we are calling our never-out list.  The plan is to go deep in inventory on some key items and instill confidence in our customers that these items will always be available.  We are focused on items in our top 5% of revenue and margin $ as well items our customers expect us to always have in stock like black helmets.  These items fall in line with Leonard Sherman’s focus in his book, If You’re in a Dogfight, Become a Cat!, that they will drive operating margin, ROIC, and ultimately bottom-line profitability (1).  By focusing on margin and not just revenue we will ensure we are executing on items that drive both top and bottom-line results, not just top-line.  This strategy will require an inventory investment that will affect short-term cash flow and could add to Days on Hand (DOH) for inventory levels.  While this may hurt short financials it should have a long-term payoff in driving revenue and building confidence with our customers in our core products (JWMI 540, 2). With the key-item focus strategy, I believe we will generate both short-term and long-term growth assuming our products keep us with consumer trends and needs plus we are picking the correct items.  Reviewing the TOWS analysis article this week an organization must find its weaknesses and turn them into opportunities (3).  One of Rawlings and Easton’s weaknesses over the year has been maximizing their inventory and running out of key, high-demand items while having too much inventory in slower-moving items. ? There is nothing we can do to keep our competitors from following our key item strategy.  The defense in this area is executing a strong offense by ensuring our key products are superior in performance and in meeting consumer demands. ? There are several areas we need to align to be able to execute this strategy.  The first area of focus is ensuring our suppliers can execute and have the capacity for the volume we will need to ensure we can have enough units in inventory.  We also need to work with our CFO and finance team to ensure we can afford the inbound receipts and cash flow necessary to drive the desired inventory levels.  Our team will also need to monitor and report weekly how these items are performing and work quickly to address any inventory concerns. References: Hello Dr. G. and Class, Leonard Sherman teaches us that in order to create an ongoing stream of meaningfully differentiated products and services, continuous innovation is an absolute must (1).  In addition, business alignment of all resources, departments, and processes need to be rock-solid in order to support a company’s strategic intent (1).  Top Line growth is defined as increasing revenue through selling more products or services (JWI, 2).  I have chosen Netflix for my Strategy Development Project. One idea to generate substantial top-line revenue growth is to create different tiers of subscription models.  The company is already trialing a similar strategy where it is charging a $2-$3 additional fee for added account profiles or password sharing (Variety, 3).  This is expected to add $1.6 Billion to Netflix’s top line (Variety, 3).  What if the company took that model one step further with tiered platforms for the full Netflix package which includes all streaming content options, and a lighter version for Netflix only branded content which carries a smaller monthly subscription fee of $9.99 versus the $15 per month current fee.  This strategy would fall under the pricing/account management, channel management, and operating efficiency business levers as they are ways to improve margins and increase the return on invested capital (Sherman, 2).  I would also argue that it could be considered an organic growth strategy as it is really a way to market differently using the same content with the goal of reaching new markets (Sherman, 2). Mary Hart stresses the importance of knowing your customer as well as your competition when it comes to increasing top-line growth.  Netflix understands the streaming content market is becoming increasingly saturated with lower monthly subscription rates (Disney+ and Amazon Prime).  Competitors are eating away at profits and creating exceptional content that is stealing subscribers (Forbes, 5).  By creating an additional revenue stream at a lower price point, it can potentially capture and keep subscribers looking for a lower price point, but also wanting Netflix-only branded content.  This could generate both short-term growth and long-term sustainable growth by offering options to consumers in a deeply saturated market.  Short-term growth could result in new subscribers opting to try the service out at a lower price point.  Long-term growth could result in organically growing the subscription base by adding new customers and keeping existing ones that may want to decrease their streaming spend, or allow them to diversify with other options but not cancel completely. Unfortunately, no.  Competitors can easily introduce this type of pricing model, however, the key differentiator is Netflix’s in-house content.  That is something no other competitor can touch, so by continuing to produce quality content desired by consumers, Netflix can stay ahead of the curve and keep competitors out of their subscription base (or at least partially).  This also speaks to Mary Hart’s argument about the importance of knowing your brand.  Netflix was one of the pioneers in this space and has been creating more and more in-house content unavailable anywhere else.  Know your customers, what they want in terms of content, and continue to produce it with high-quality results (3). The initial cost to implement this growth system would be to create a new subscriber base model.  That would require an investment into the infrastructure of Netflix and how the subscriber base model works.  It would also require back-end development to create a Netflix Light style of interface.  Yet, the streaming provider is already doing this with its various categories, one being, Netflix only branded content.  So the growth strategy should be relatively seamless from an implementation standpoint.  The continued costs will be in investing in unparalleled production values, stories, and content.  Forbes lists Netflix with the highest monthly subscription rate (5), so the company must continue to invest in content to make the subscription rate worthwhile to consumers. Regards, Chad Source List:

Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will

Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Carefully review the for the criteria that will be used to evaluate this Discussion Thread. Take a few minutes to think about   the material that we’ve covered in this course so far. Reflect on what you found   interesting, surprising, or confusing in this past week. What did you learn   that caused you to understand an issue or an event differently?  What   habits or tips did you discover that ed you to complete your course work   more effectively or efficiently? This discussion forum is an   opportunity for you to explore topics that interest you, share critical   insights and questions that you are working with, share your struggles and   triumphs, and discuss difficulties that may have arisen this week, hopefully   finding solutions. Your initial post should describe your experiences in the   course this past week, prompting further discussion. You should address at   least two of the following questions: You are required to post at least 100 total words in this forum this week. You   can post one time or ten times, the only requirements are that you post at   least 100 words total and that you engage in conversation related to course   content. Ask questions, answer questions, provide extra resources you found   that are interesting, or engage in a debate about something you learned this   week. The only requirement is that your comments have to relate to the course   content. Provide a full explanation of the issues that you discuss in your posts. For   example, if you write that you had difficulty thinking of a topic for your   annotated bibliography, explain where in the process of determining a topic   you had difficulty. Could you not think of any topics? Could you think of too   many topics? Did you have a hard time finding useful information when you did   background research? Similarly, when responding to your classmates, be sure to elaborate. For   example, if you write that you also found a specific topic interesting,   explain what about that topic you found interesting and why. Is it the same aspects   of the topic that your classmate found interesting? Were you unaware that   events associated with the topic took place? Did the information that you   learned change your understanding of those events? If you have a question for your instructor, you should contact your   instructor through email or in the “Ask Your Instructor” board. This Open   Forum is a place for you to collaborate and connect with your classmates as   well as support one another. Your instructor will monitor this board and may   post, but he/she is not expected to answer all questions. If you notice a classmate is struggling with something that you can   with, use your responses as a way to support them. ing out your   classmates will not only benefit them, but it will also to solidify your   own knowledge. All of your participation in this forum is due before Day 7 of the week. Students who post early in the   week, using this forum to engage their classmates on a regular basis, tend to   do well and get more out of the course.

For your Literary Analysis, select at least two works from the that share the same type(s) of conflict(s). Remember, one of them be a short

For your Literary Analysis, select at least two works from the that share the same type(s) of conflict(s). Remember, one of them be a short story. You can either compare two short stories, a short story and a poem, or a short story and a play. In the document , you will find a list of possible conflicts to explore in your Literary Analysis. note that you must write about one of the conflicts in the list of literary texts provided. To you better understand each conflict and how it might be apparent, examples from popular culture have been provided. However, note that your Literary Analysis must not be about popular culture, television, or movies. The examples provided are just that–examples. also note that it is possible for a text to have more than one conflict at work. The repeated references to conflicts in The Simpsons provide further context on how multiple conflicts might be present in a single work. Other examples of conflict are also provided. In your analysis, address at least three of the literary techniques (as defined in Chapters 2 and 4) listed in the document , describing their relationships with the conflict(s)–which provide deeper insight into possible meaning(s) found in literature–you are addressing in your paper. Purchase the answer to view it

I need a book review on sarah’s key it has to be at least 4 pages long and answer all the following questions .You will

I need a book review on sarah’s key it has to be at least 4 pages long and answer all the following questions .You will start your research with a full investigation of the Round-Up. You need to be the authority on this subject so you can evaluate how well your author sticks to the historic evidence. You need to know both sides because that is always the directive of a researcher and historian. Also, you need to be prepared to defend whichever side you are endorsing. Research also the author’s background. Who is she? What is her academic background in history? You may want to investigate her academic background in English to see how that relates to her writing. How many books has she written? On what topics? Do you see a pattern? What do the critics say? Be specific here, use direct quotes as they relate to her writing talent and her historic accuracy, you will be defending and discussing both. Who are the critics? Are they worthy of even criticizing her talent and authority? Pick publishers, editors, other authors of historic accounts, if available, survivors of the actual event that read her book. Avoid “Goodreads” as this is usually from people who may have enjoyed the book but have no real credentials you can use to defend your author. Use anyone we should pay special attention to. Is the author faithful to the historic subject? In what way or ways does she succeed or fail? Can we trust what she says? Why or why not? If she deviates from the historic timeline, discuss why she did that. Interview with the author will reveal her intent in writing the book. This is important because she may not be trying to be historically accurate. She may be using this event as a vehicle to drive home the human condition of the people in question. If she deviates too far, her historic accuracy is lost but the importance of her work can still be solid. The focus here is on the authors credentials and her historic accuracy to get you focused on evaluating your source authors for their accuracy and dependability. The second section is on the writing style itself. How is the story written? Be specific here, do not just say it was good and leave it at that. Remember this is an analysis of her writing style and the intent of this analysis is to improve your own writing. Discuss some of the conventions she uses, 3rd person, 1st person, layout of the story. How does she tell her tale? Is it effective? Does it work for you? In which ways, did she succeed or fail? Discuss how the author handles suspense, intrigue, humor, pathos. How does she build up to these events? What did you learn about achieving this in your own work? Does the story move fluidly? How so? Be specific here, remember this is an analysis not a yes or no question and answer. Does the story lag? In what ways does the author’s writing style draw you deeper and deeper into the story? Do you care about the characters? Why or why not? If you do care about the characters, how did the author win you over? See if you can figure out how she got you hooked. When I say care, I don’t mean do you like them. A rather repulsive character can have its attractions as well. I also want you to explore the mood of each story and whether the mood they project works. An author must capture you within the first few chapters or you, the reader, puts it down and never returns. I want you to explore the elements of the writing to see if it works for you. You need to look at how the author writes. First Person? Third Person? Think about the times being discussed; does the writing style reflect the times? How so? The purpose here is to evaluate the author of the book to enhance your own writing style. Learn from them. Even negative elements in the writing instruct you on what not to do. As you read the book, I want you to look for specific themes. Themes are often broad umbrellas of thought such as courage, trust, humility, forgiveness or any number of other topics. Themes can also be very specific such as anger about a specific person of event. Emotions arising out of previous experiences can influence your thoughts and emotion in the current time frame even if those instances are very different in context. As you read the book, I want you to look for examples to back up your themes. You need to be specific here and note the page where the scene you are describing is found. This is to get you used to the citation process you will use in many, if not most of your scholastic work. For instance, you might pick courage as a theme. In your paper, you will indicate that courage is one of the major themes. You want to discuss why this theme stuck out to you and why it may have some personal background with you. You will also discuss why this theme is an important part of the story itself. An example might be, “An example of courage in Sarah’s Key is found on page 6 where Sarah stands up to her father for the first time.” You will flesh that out describing why you felt that was courageous by discussing a little background on who Sarah is and what her relationship with her father was all about. You might give some insights into the background of her father. I want a full analysis and discussion of all aspects of that theme as they relate to the story and character profile. I want examples for each theme and I want at least themes. Every book has messages that the author wants you to examine. also i need the paper in a few hour’s and don’t forget to add a work cited page and also write the paper in MLA format. s

a 2- to 3-page paper that includes the following: Evaluate the selected articles, addressing the following questions: Based on your evaluation, identify any gaps from

a 2- to 3-page paper that includes the following: Evaluate the selected articles, addressing the following questions: Based on your evaluation, identify any gaps from theory/research to practice; address the following in this section: Include a resource list for parents and staff of at least 10 evidence-based practices for math and science (5 interventions for each subject area) as an appendix to your paper. Be sure to suggest, cite, and explain specific resources and strategies. For this Assignment and all scholarly writing in this course and throughout your program, you will be required to use APA style (7th edition). use the Walden Writing Center as a resource as you complete your assignments.

Assignment 1 Answer the following questions using APA format. You should also include research from at least two sources when answering the following questions. Response

Assignment 1 Answer the following questions using APA format. You should also include research from at least two sources when answering the following questions.  Response should be at least 1200 words in length. 1.  What Intervention are taking place in your school or district?  At which level (student, faculty/staff, or family/community) are most interventions targeted? Are these interventions implemented schoolwide, focused on a grade level or content area, planned for a targeted group of students, or aimed at individual students?  Doe the intervention plan include all stakeholders – students, faculty, and staff, families, and communities? 2.  How effective is the professional development that has been provided?  Which aspects of your school’s professional development are contributing to success and which aspects need to be updated?….. Assignment 2