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Clinical Practice Guidelines: Pros and Cons

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Explain the development and use of clinical practice guidelines. Also, include the pros and cons of using these clinical practice guidelines and whether you think using them would be beneficial.  Continue reading

A company Culture Assessment

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Choose a company with a strong, identifiable culture and assess it then create a report that describes the various issues involved in assessing an organization’s culture. The report must include the Description of the background, growth, and current structure of the organization. It must also include formal statements and visual elements that are prevalent in the organization, including the philosophy, mission, vision, values, stories and rituals, slogans, language and sayings, policies, procedures, and/or rules, physical layout as well as the promotional material. What do these statements suggest about the organization, and how do they inform people in the culture? Continue reading

Born Global Companies

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Briefly define and explain the  “born global companies” phenomenon. Which conditions favor the appearance of such companies? Give an example of a company perceived to be born global, and give a brief justification of why the company belongs to this category.  Continue reading

How the Great Mosque of Cordoba is Supported Stracturally

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How did the Great Mosque of Cordoba in Spain use contemporary technology? What new architectural devices, materials, techniques, or ideas were utilized at the site? How did the building use innovations? How did it differ from past structures? What architectural drawings, diagrams, and/or photographs help to answer these questions? Explain how the Mosque is supported structurally. Continue reading

The Decade of Crisis: The Lincoln-Douglas Debates 1858.

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In 1858, during a US Senate race in the state of Illinois Stephen Douglas was continuing his path to the presidency by defending his seat against Abraham Lincoln. Douglas was a member of the Democratic Party and Lincoln, a Republican. Ironically, the main issues were slavery and race including the legitimacy of the Dred Scott decision and the spread of slavery into the newly acquired territories in the southwest. There were a series of seven debates that took place in the following cities: Ottawa, Freeport, Jonesboro, Charleston, Galesburg, Quincy, Alton; all between August and October of 1858. Continue reading

John Brown’s Aspirations in 1859

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John Brown, a radical abolitionist from Ohio who during the early 1850’s led a group against proslavery settlers in Kansas, led another interracial army (2 of his soldiers were his own sons) in an attempt to capture a federal arsenal with the hopes of inspiring slaves to rebellion. Brown spent three years planning his revolt and believed his “army” could take enough weapons to arm slaves and establish mountain bases for a black revolutionary republic which would serve as a place of refuge and a rallying point for subsequent slave insurgencies in the South. Continue reading

The Radical Transformation of the Abolitionist Movement

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 Evaluate, after reading relevant journals and books, the radical transformation of the abolitionist movement through the actions and arguments of those like William Lloyd Garrison. Continue reading

When to Abolish the Government

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The Declaration of Independence contends that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of individual life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it. Under what circumstances, if any, would you personally exercise this right? Specifically, what conditions would have to prevail for you to act to alter or abolish your form of government? Continue reading

The Significance of Dred Scott’s Decision

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Perhaps no decade in the history of the United States has been so filled with tense and crucial moments as the ten years leading to the Civil War, and closely connected with most of these crises was the problem of slavery. Enslaved husband and father to Dred Scott claimed in a lawsuit that he lived in the Illinois and Wisconsin Territory at Fort Snelling and rightfully should be considered a free man. His case was tangled in courts for over ten years before making its way to the Supreme Court. Continue reading

Ethical & Social Issues of IT

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Write a 4 page double-spaced paper about  ethical and social issues with information systems. Also, the discuss the pros and cons of use use of information systems in businesses considering  both social and ethical aspects. Continue reading

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