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Please respond to the following post with a long paragraph with your opinion, add citations and references.

The American Nurses Association (ANA) is one of the largest organizations in the country and aids in advancing health care and standardizing the nursing practice (Helbig, 2018). The ANA works along side of each states Nurse Practice Act that governs nursing standards. Both of these organizations are put into place to help nurses find useful information regarding their nursing profession. This is also a wonderful organization to help nurses find out what is changing in the nursing profession along with problems that are being encountered. The ANA advocates for the nursing profession and raises awareness to the public and legislation at all levels. Patient care is advocated by ways of making sure we are providing safe and quality care, looking at staffing ratios, advancing nursing education, and helping with providing safe work environments. They also advocate for nurses to get their professional certification to support their specialty.

Reference

Helbig, J. (2018). Dynamics in Nursing: Art and Science of Professional Practice. Retrieved from https://lc-ugrad3.gcu.edu/learningPlatform/externalLinks/externalLinks.html?operation=redirectToExternalLink&externalLink=https://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/gr

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answer Question 1 2 3 :

1. Pose a question

What is your one best question about the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration or any of this week’s content?

2. Critique

Silverstein, Weil, and Weidenbaum have criticisms of OSHA and propose solutions. Critique their positions. In other words, what ideas do you think have merit and why?

Tip: It may help in writing your critique to understand who the players are (Week 4 – Power). For instance, what is the Heartland Institute and who funds it? Who are Silverstein, Weil and Weidenbaum? Although this takes a little sleuthing, thinking like a journalist can give you important insights into why positions are taken and can help make your opinion an informed one.

3. Imagine

Imagine that OSHA has been abolished. Health and safety standards and safety practices are strictly voluntary; your employer is free to determine which safety measures to adopt or discard. In the new OSHA-free work world, the free market will determine what amount of work safety and health is appropriate and how to attain those levels. You may think the new workplace is a positive development or a negative one. In this section you are imagining how your work (or future work) might be affected.

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ART2010 Midterm Exam Part II

For Part II of the Midterm Exam, write an essay in response to one of the prompts below. Your essay should focus on one of these films: The Bicycle Thief, Citizen Kane, Psycho, The Grand Budapest Hotel, or Saving Private Ryan.

  • Cinematography: Now that you’re familiar with film from the filmmaker’s point of view, choose one of the films above and dissect it like a filmmaker. Consider the cinematic choices the director made. What shots are particularly interesting, especially for what they tell us about the characters, their relationships, the movie’s themes, and the world of the film?
  • Mise en Scène: As we know, mise en scène is the composition of all the elements in a frame/scene. Analyze one aspect of mise en scène in one of the films listed above. For example, you might focus on setting (including props), costume, staging (including performance), or lighting, and examine its function in the narrative.
  • Film Form: Every film has a shape to it. Some go in chronological order, while others do not. These are also aspects of narrative form. Some make use of parallelism; others use recurring motifs in order to construct patterns. Analyze how the structure of one of the films we have watched contributes to its content. How does form help to reinforce and emphasize various aspects of the story itself?
  • Narrative Form: Most simply put, narrative form is how the story is told, which includes who tells it, how it unfolds, what’s left unsaid, and how much time it covers. Analyze the narrative form of your chosen film (from those we’ve watched) with particular attention to the effect it has on audience/viewer. You are not simply telling me what the form is, but analyzing the way it creates meaning and either fulfills or frustrates the viewer’s expectations, and to what effect.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis of the way this aspect of cinematography functions in the film.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis of the way this aspect of mise en scène functions in the film.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis your analysis of form functions with content.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis of fo
ART2010 Midterm Exam Part II

For Part II of the Midterm Exam, write an essay in response to one of the prompts below. Your essay should focus on one of these films: The Bicycle Thief, Citizen Kane, Psycho, The Grand Budapest Hotel, or Saving Private Ryan.

  • Cinematography: Now that you’re familiar with film from the filmmaker’s point of view, choose one of the films above and dissect it like a filmmaker. Consider the cinematic choices the director made. What shots are particularly interesting, especially for what they tell us about the characters, their relationships, the movie’s themes, and the world of the film?
  • Mise en Scène: As we know, mise en scène is the composition of all the elements in a frame/scene. Analyze one aspect of mise en scène in one of the films listed above. For example, you might focus on setting (including props), costume, staging (including performance), or lighting, and examine its function in the narrative.
  • Film Form: Every film has a shape to it. Some go in chronological order, while others do not. These are also aspects of narrative form. Some make use of parallelism; others use recurring motifs in order to construct patterns. Analyze how the structure of one of the films we have watched contributes to its content. How does form help to reinforce and emphasize various aspects of the story itself?
  • Narrative Form: Most simply put, narrative form is how the story is told, which includes who tells it, how it unfolds, what’s left unsaid, and how much time it covers. Analyze the narrative form of your chosen film (from those we’ve watched) with particular attention to the effect it has on audience/viewer. You are not simply telling me what the form is, but analyzing the way it creates meaning and either fulfills or frustrates the viewer’s expectations, and to what effect.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis of the way this aspect of cinematography functions in the film.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis of the way this aspect of mise en scène functions in the film.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis your analysis of form functions with content.

Choose three scenes in particular to use as concrete examples to support your thesis. Do not summarize the film’s storyline; assume I know the film. Reference your scenes, but focus on discussing the relevance of each example to your analysis of fo

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1.3: Written Assignment: Your Commitment to Teaching:

For this assignment, review the Bernhardt and Palmer articles and respond to the general question about your commitment to teach. How are your ideas about teaching similar or dissimilar to Bernhardt’s and what inspires you about Palmer’s,The Heart of a Teacher?

Submit as 3 page paper with appropriate APA formatting and title page at the expected graduate level of writing.

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How do you determine whether a project is one your development team (and the organization as a whole) should consider? Performing a feasibility analysis enables you to figure that out. In this Application, you use a non-IT scenario to practice this important skill.

Consider the following: You have just graduated from college and are beginning your first professional job. Until now, you have been using mass transportation to get to school, but that may no longer be the optimal choice for getting to work. You think your best option may be to buy a new car.

In 2–3 pages, perform a feasibility analysis on the purchase of a new car. Although a full feasibility analysis for an IT system will include organizational, economic, and technical components, for the purposes of this Application, limit your analysis to the following:

  • Economic considerations, including ROI, risks, cost benefits (tangible and intangible), and net present value (NPV) for the next 5 years Organizational factors, in this instance, you and your business needs for the car.
  • Conclusions you reached by doing this analysis. (Is buying a new car your best option? Why or why not?)

Cite your sources according to APA guidelines.

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Imagine that you are a public health nurse, and you and your colleagues have determined that the threat of a deadly new strain of influenza indicates a need for a mass inoculation program in your community. What public health data would have been used to determine the need for such a program? Where would you locate public health data? What data will be collected to determine the success of such a program? How might you communicate this to other communities or internationally?

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Think about all of the people that you consider intelligent. What is it that ties them together? If you had to define intelligence, how would you do it? What skills or abilities would you include, and why do you think they’re important?

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Hi please read the description carefully.There are three different questions.you must answer each question in 700-1000 word using (Voices of Freedom Textbook). I want this paper perfect plz. There is only one source you can use for this paper which is (Voices Of Freedom book) and you must use some quotes from that source. Also please DO NOT use outside sources.There should be an introducing paragraph. Finally you will include the paper with a summary of the arguments you made. Please follow the description. and let me know if you want any clarification.

For each section, you will answer ONE of the two questions. Each answer should be between 700-1000 words (2 to 4 pages). You must cite at least two of the primary readings in each answer (from the Voices of Freedom book). October 10. Your exam will be uploaded to Canvas. It will be checked for plagiarism using Turn-It-In.

Section 1 – From Reconstruction to the Roaring Twenties

  1. What role did immigrants play in American history, from the end of the Civil War to 1920s? Compare and contrast these experiences with those of African Americans during the same time frame.

Section 2 – The Progressive Era and Jim Crow:

  1. In what ways were the Progressives advocating for social reform? In what ways were they advocating social control? How were the achievements of the Progressive Era preserved following World War I, into the 1920s?

Section 3 – World War I:

  1. Explain the changes that occurred on the home front during World War I. What were the war experiences for immigrants, African-Americans, and everyday Americans?

DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS:

Exams must conform to ALL conventions of formal writing. This means that your essays are expected to be doubled-spaced, 12-point font, grammatically correct, and refer back to the course’s readings. Please include a word count on your paper. Papers that are either too long or too short will be penalized.

Please submit your document as a Microsoft Word file – or a similar word processing file. DO NOTconvert the file to a PDF.

Format

  • Your exams should have a heading with the section number and the question that you’re answering (either #1 or #2). If you don’t tell me which question you are answering, I will not know how to grade you!
  • Like the last assignment, you answers should have an introduction, a body (where you provide the evidence for your answer), and a conclusion.
  • The last paragraph of the paper should be your conclusion. In your conclusion, summarize your arguments you made to answer the question.
  • Your answer should be based on the course material – the assigned readings and lectures. DO NOT CONSULT ANY OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES!!!I do not want to know what Google or Wikipedia tells you about these topics. All the information you need to answer these questions can be found in the text book, the primary source reader, and the lectures. You will be docked points for any outside research!!
  • Don’t forget, you MUST also introduce and contextualize your quotes. You must tell your reader what document you’re quoting.
  • You should also try to avoid extended quotations. In almost all circumstances, you shouldn’t be quoting more than one or two sentences at a time. When you’re trying to quote a longer passage, intersperse your own words as necessary. When I see paragraph-length citations I start to worry that you’re just trying to fill up space…