Discuss the various factors that led to the establishment of British intelligence before the First World War. How would you define or explain intelligence? Is it a process or a product? Compare and contrast the intelligence cultures of two or more states. Assess the significance of code-breaking (i.e. signals intelligence) during World War I. Did World War I mark the real beginning of modern intelligence? Compare the successes and failures of the intelligence services of two or more states during the Great War.
Find an advertisement that seems geared towards gender to use as an example and discuss it in relation to either Craig or Tolentino’s arguments. Take a position regarding your assertions and support your argument with excerpts from and subsequent discussion of the article and by using the ad you’ve chosen as a representative.
Thomas Hine examines the relationship between product and image in his works. Using Hine’s examination of the image, consider how your ad illustrates the complex relationship between the product, how it is packaged and the image it is trying to convey. Consider that every product—from clothing, to cars, to laundry detergent—is packaged in some way to make it appealing to the consumer. Your ad may not be for something that is conventionally packaged (in a box, for example), but its image is carefully constructed. How is the product in your ad packaged?
Health educators can be used in a number of ways across different sectors. If you were a health educator, what type of setting would you like to work in? Based on the setting that you would like to work in, what are some possible target populations that you would be working within that setting? What type of health issues would be prevalent based on the target population?
The use of handheld devices and electronic messaging has increased collaboration among physicians and healthcare staff. However, are patient privacy rights at risk of violation when these devices are used? Are regulations, laws, and security standards in place to truly secure personal health information? Why or why not?
Field research is a methodological approach to observe behavior under natural conditions. It can include the observation of organismal behavior, field experiments, and surveys or the collection of systematic data in natural settings. Why is field research important and essential to the understanding of natural systems?