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The Parramatta light rail in Sydney

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Do a research project on parramatta light rail in Sydney. You need to use google map to locate it. This is especially important for the Site Inspection Report in which you are required to use pictures, sketches, drawings, plans and photographs to support your written text. It is expected that your work will be at industry professional standard with regards to its: written content, set-out, spacing, headings, paragraphing, sentence structure and spelling, the inclusion of any charts, diagrams, maps or pictures, Continue reading

Barriers to an Ethical Organization

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The article ‘Ethical Breakdowns’ highlights five barriers to an ethical organization. Identify a minimum of two barriers, which you suspect an organization of your choice is most prone to. As a leader, what can you do to reduce the chances of this occurring? Proverbs 4:26 states: “Give careful thought to the paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways.” 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

Descartes’ Proof of God’s Existence

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Explain Descartes proof for the existence of God. What fallacy does this argument commit? Do you find this argument convincing or not? How might he have argued more convincingly, if at all? Continue reading

The Health Benefits of Medical Marijuana

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Discuss the health benefits of medical marijuana in reference to people with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. You should examine points such as how Marijuana is safer to use than opioid medications, and how it has been used in the past to treat such issues. Examine different types of marijuana and explain how one type differs from the other.  What would happen if medical marijuana was legalized in some states and how would they benefit from it? Continue reading

Orientation in New Belgium Brewing

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Giving appropriate examples, discuss whether or not New Belgium Brewing have a compliance-based orientation or a values-based orientation. Also explain  how New Belgium engage in continuous improvement. Continue reading

Quantitative or Qualitative?

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There are two major paradigms of research: quantitative and qualitative. Which of these paradigms are you inclined to participate in or design? Why? Continue reading

Jurors in the Movie 12 Angry Men

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Watch the movie 12 Angry Men and write a reflection essay explaining how the jurors’ experiences do or do not relate to the concepts presented in the text. Please provide specific examples. Also, discuss how, based on your assessment of the jurors’ experience, decision-making in juries can be improved. Be specific with your recommendations and explore if they are realistic based on your knowledge of the judicial system. Continue reading

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