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GMOs Need to be Excluded From USDA Organic Labeling

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Argue for or against the statement ‘GMOs need to be labeled and excluded from USDA Organic labeling.’ Highlight the current rules for labeling in the United States (individual states?). What are the general goals of USDA Organic labeling? What are the current USDA Organic labeling rules and how do they apply to GMOs? What are the alternative approaches to labeling? 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

Causes & Manifestation of Mental Illness

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The paper should synthesize the student’s personal reactions , and explain how you will apply that increased awareness. The paper should focus on how consistent or inconsistent a person’s experience is with the typical presentation of that disorder. It should also  incorporate material from class readings but  go beyond that as well. Use  at least four outside sources from the professional literature. Continue reading

Biography Essay

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This assignment consists of a biographical essay related to a key individual, event or circumstance that made a major impact on the development, style, or sustainability of rock and roll music between 1950 and 2000. Explain how this person impacted, in a historical-cultural context, the music; how the times in which they lived affected the person’s creativity.  Continue reading

Barnes’ Private Art Collection

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Write a  response to the film Art of the Steal.  What do you think of the decision to move Barnes’ private collection to a public museum? Should the preservation and display of the work come at the cost of the collector’s stated intentions? Who should get to claim ownership over artistic/cultural objects: the collector, the artist, the artist/collector’s estate, the public, or the local or federal government? Continue reading

Benefits of Nursing Informatics Policy

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Imagine an organization asks you to contribute to the development of an information system best-practices policy to help maintain patient safety and patient confidentiality in their practice setting. The organization wants you to create a document to help the group better understand why an informatics policy is needed and the practices that should be included in the policy. Continue reading

Theories & Types of Unemployment

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Discuss the various theories and types of unemployment. Which theory is the most relevant to your country or the country you work in? Why? in the united states Continue reading

Pagan & Christian Elements in Beowulf

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Read Beowulf in the Norton Anthology and  discuss the mixture of Christian and pagan elements in the text.This is not a response paper but one that needs to be based on your reading and outside sources. Continue reading

Organizing a Gubernatorial Campaign

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You have just been hired to organize and manage the 2018 Gubernatorial Campaign for Jane “Bitzi” Johnson Miller.  She is the granddaughter of former governor Joe “Big Daddy” Johnson, Governor in a fictional Texas from 1954-1958, and a conservative Republican.  She was born and raised in west Texas on a ranch. Divorced, with two grown children, she started her own software company in Dallas in 1993- she sold it to Dell in 2014 for $2.5 million. Continue reading

Constraints & Powers of the Legislative Branch

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The legislative branch does not work in a vacuum. Instead, Congress crafts legislation with the full knowledge that the other two branches of government have the ability to limit the power of the legislative branch. However, checks and balances are a two-way street: the U.S. Constitution also delegates powers to the legislative branch to limit the powers of the judiciary and executive branches. Understanding these checks and balances is important from a constitutional perspective. It also gives you some insight into the constraints that members of the House and Senate are cognizant of as they go about the process of constructing public policy. Continue reading

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