Category: Sociology (page 1 of 10)

Wireshark

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You work for a company called Drone Enhancers Inc. Drone enhancers make modifications to existing drones in terms of payload enhancement and imaging adaption. Your boss, Dr. Bennett (the owner) is an expert mechanical and electronics engineer. He has an FTP Server (Filezilla) that he uses to move his design work back and forth from his CAD systems at work and home. While he is a very bright drone engineer, he is not an expert in Information Technology. You have asked him to let you turn on the FTP over SSL functionality in Filezilla to protect these very confidential file transfers. He states he has a very strong password as doesn’t worry about getting hacked. The other three engineers also have their own FTP servers. It is your goal to get him to make it policy for all engineers to use FTP/SSL for their transfers. Continue reading

Effects of Technology on the Human Attention Span

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Did the advancement of technology help or worsen the human attention span? How has the human attention span been affected by technological advancements? Do you think that future generations will benefit from technology Why so, or not so? How did technology change our culture? Make sure to conduct further research to support your argument. Make it interesting and captivating to your readers. Continue reading

Sign Language Aphasia

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Give a critical evaluation of the social, medical and psychological issues surrounding sign language aphasia. Evaluate which treatment options are the best in terms of the psychological well-being and social functioning of the patient. Are there any recent debates, issues and research about this pathology. Continue reading

Obesity in College Students

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What are some local issues students face and how do they affect their lifestyles?  Consider factors such as food (availability, cost, location), cost (housing, tuition, transportation), time (to a degree, take classes, travel). These ideas are merely that: ideas! You’ll create a topic proposal, choose a topic later. Employ all three types of appeals. Do not rely entirely on logic or emotion when making your argument.  Continue reading

A Survey Questionnaire

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Design  a basic survey questionnaire. Survey questions will be used to answer a research question you would like to ask the entire class. Your sample frame is all students in the class. Create a research question.  What do you want to know about UCB students? Consider which broader population you wish to generalize your results. Continue reading

A Team Security Baseline Analysis

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Your team’s security baseline analysis should include an evaluation of network forensics information such as traffic analysis and intrusion analysis, as well as the type of information needed for any future forensics investigations. The team’s evaluation of information needs for network forensics could include what is needed to support security software and hardware across multiple platforms, multiple applications, and multiple architectures in order to communicate with the other nations.You will do this by using security baseline tools to build an audit file and then scan their systems. Continue reading

John, the Flirtatious CEO

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John is the CEO of ABC Company and has turned the company around. Prior to John being appointed as the CEO, the company had some financial problems. John came in, made the necessary changes that needed to be made and the company has not only turned around, but it also continues to prosper under John’s leadership. Clearly, John has the business acumen to run a company. However, the issue that has come to light is John’s character. John is married with children but is a flirt inside and outside the company. Within the company, no one has made any formal complaints (e.g., harassment), but everyone is well aware of his flirtatious character, and he does not try to hide it. Outside the company, John has been seen in social settings with other women behaving in a manner that does not appear to be platonic in nature. Continue reading

Analyzing 3 Crime Fiction Novels

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Analyze  three crime fiction novels you’ve read  and attempt to compare and contrast them to put them in conversation with each other. Please make sure to cite sources and give other people credit for their ideas. Review the instructions below for more details about the assignment and how your work will be assessed. You must explore cultural differences between these two works and while analyzing systems of power among individuals, communities, and/or institutions in these cultures. You must organize your paper around a central claim about the similarities and/or differences between the novels. You must argue in favor of your thesis through sound reasoning and providing evidence from the text. You must also aim to engage with perspectives that might be different from your own, whether you have encountered these views through research or have simply attempted to imagine how others might think about the issue, showing that you have a clear understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of these perspectives. Continue reading

Article Analysis: Effect of Suspect Race on Officers’ Arrest Decisions

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What is the main idea of the article  Effect of Suspect Race on Officers’ Arrest Decisions and why is it important?  What does the author present concerning the major findings of previous research?. What are the supporting points the author(s) presents to support his position? How effective is this information in explaining or supporting the main idea? How does the article compare/contrast to the other readings and the material we covered in class? Based on the readings and other class materials, what opposing arguments can you make? Explain. Are there any additional points you would add to support the author’s position. Is the article well-written and does it present the information in an interesting and organized fashion? Continue reading

Artwork Analysis

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Choose any artwork of your choice and write an analysis describing the formal choices the artist made in creating it. Write two paragraphs analyzing the image and discuss the formal elements of the art that may include line, color, light, space, composition as well as the vocabulary regarding it. Finally, discuss the artwork’s content, iconography, iconology, and style.  Continue reading

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