Homework

Homework

Give information about your plan to live in Nova Scotia.  Details such as accommodation or housing , transportation, employment (am a sales manager), school or child care ( I don’t have a child now but plan to in the future ) language training (currently can speak only english) , integration into the community and more 

Critical thinking

Critical thinking

500  words

 Compare and contrast voluntary and involuntary confessions.  How did the court apply these concepts to the Miranda decision?  Provide and example of when a person is and is not in custody.  Is there a difference between an interview and an interrogation?  If a person waives his or her Miranda rights, how long is the waiver valid?  Can a person change his or her mind?  Can the police keep trying to get a suspect to talk until he or she agrees to do so without a lawyer?  Should there be any exceptions to the rule that a person is to be informed of their rights?  Discuss.   

Bringing it Together

Bringing it Together

 What do you feel the major threats to New Orleans are?  To your Agency?  What are its strengths?  What are its weaknesses? What type of social capital do you think it has? Where do you think you need to concentrate on mitigation measures and planning activities? Who are your primary response partners as a whole? Within the class? 

1.   Sheriff’s Office  

2.  911 centers and response. 

3.  New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness 

4.  New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board 

My Agency is Healthcare Systems

Development in Flood Plains and Fire Zones

Development in Flood Plains and Fire Zones

 With the above in mind, discuss the continued development in flood plains and fire zones.  Are you for or against? In you HVA, did you find that our fictitious city is at risk for a fire or flood event? Support your position with materials provided in the module or others that you have come across in your research. 

Analyze Fallacious

Analyze Fallacious

 Using these twelve fallacies:

  • Construct your very own example of each one. Explain why each of these fallacies you constructed is a bad argument.

 

  1. Argument that appeals to a questionable authority
  2. Argument that Appeals to Common Belief
  3. Argument that Appeals to Common Practice
  4. Argument that Appeals to Two Wrongs (two wrongs make a right)
  5. Argument that Appeals to Indirect Consequences (Slippery Slope Argument with a very negative outcome)
  6. Argument that Appeals to Wishful Thinking (Slippery Slope Argument with a very positive outcome)
  7. Argument that Appeals to Fear (scare tactics):
  8. Argument that Appeals to Loyalty (ad Populum/to the people)
  9. Argument that Appeals to Pity (ad Misericordiam)
  10. Argument that Appeals to Prejudice
  11. Argument that Appeals to Spite (hatred or indignation)
  12. Argument that Appeals to Vanity

I HAVE ATTACHED EXAMPLES OF EACH FALLACIES

BSM 12

BSM 12

250 words.

  • What is the law of informed consent?
  • What is a potential risk of sharing a patient’s information and the potential negligence that could occur?
  • Find an example of the law of informed consent and a successful or unsuccessful outcome between a patient/physician interaction.  Summarize the event.  Include the references.

Step 2 – McCollum’s Model of Mental Health Education “Need Identification”

Step 2 – McCollum’s Model of Mental Health Education “Need Identification”

 You selected a population (African American)  Step 2 of McCollum’s model of Mental Health Education is “Needs Identification”.  This step entails identifying the interests and needs of the target population. Think about the population you selected in module 2 and answer the below questions.   

 

  1. Identify the measurement tool you will use for your project. 
  2. Discuss each of the constructs measured.
  3. How does the measurement identify your target population’s interests and needs?
  4. How will you present the data to justify the development of your program?

Ted Talk Discussion: Tzeporah Merman “The bad Math of the fossil fuel industry”

Ted Talk Discussion: Tzeporah Merman “The bad Math of the fossil fuel industry”

 

I. Own Post

Watch the video provided below. What does “the bad Math of fossil fuels” refer to? In your viewpoint, what should governments do to reduce production of fossil fuels while at the same time support the demand for energy? Develop your ideas by writing at least two well-developed paragraphs. 

 

Note 1: One paragraph needs to have at least five (5) well-developed sentences. 

Note 2: MRU strictly enforces academic integrity and has zero tolerance for plagiarism. Students who plagiarize will receive an automatic zero grade and be referred to the Integrity Committee for disciplinary actions.

https://www.ted.com/talks/tzeporah_berman_the_bad_math_of_the_fossil_fuel_industry 

BSM 12

BSM 12

250 words.

  • What is the law of informed consent?
  • What is a potential risk of sharing a patient’s information and the potential negligence that could occur?
  • Find an example of the law of informed consent and a successful or unsuccessful outcome between a patient/physician interaction.  Summarize the event.  Include the references.

Analyze Fallacious

Analyze Fallacious

 Using these twelve fallacies:

  • Construct your very own example of each one. Explain why each of these fallacies you constructed is a bad argument.

 

  1. Argument that appeals to a questionable authority
  2. Argument that Appeals to Common Belief
  3. Argument that Appeals to Common Practice
  4. Argument that Appeals to Two Wrongs (two wrongs make a right)
  5. Argument that Appeals to Indirect Consequences (Slippery Slope Argument with a very negative outcome)
  6. Argument that Appeals to Wishful Thinking (Slippery Slope Argument with a very positive outcome)
  7. Argument that Appeals to Fear (scare tactics):
  8. Argument that Appeals to Loyalty (ad Populum/to the people)
  9. Argument that Appeals to Pity (ad Misericordiam)
  10. Argument that Appeals to Prejudice
  11. Argument that Appeals to Spite (hatred or indignation)
  12. Argument that Appeals to Vanity

I HAVE ATTACHED EXAMPLES OF EACH FALLACIES