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Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare / Film Critique

Critique must be 1.5 spaced with Times New Roman 12-point font, 1 margins and maximum 4 pages (should be around 3-4 pages). You can, but do not have to, use outside sources.

1). What is the relevance of the movie through these topics such as corporations, food industry, neoliberalism, work, race/class/gender inequalities, lobbying, privatization, etc. What specific concepts and analyses from these topics can be applied to this movie?

2). What is (are) the story(ies) and plot of the movie? What is the setting and time frame of the story? What are some of the main or pertinent characters in the movie?

3). 3) Which issues discussed in the movie you find the most important? What are the causes and consequences of these issues? How can the issues and problems discussed in the movie be addressed and/or solved?

4). What did you learn by watching it? How did it enhance your understanding? How do you evaluate the movie as a whole? What would you suggest people keep in mind while viewing it?

Financial Communication

Present an executive summary that provides an overview of your papers findings.
Describe the companys line of business, its industry, main product lines, and major competitors.
Present a three-year high-level summary of the income statement, the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows for the last three fiscal years using the templates shown below. Do not include the full financial statements in the body of your paper. Discuss the key results over the last three years. Please get inside the numbers and provide in-depth explanations of the:
Income Statement Numbers and a brief comment about the activity
Balance Sheet Numbers and a brief comment about the activity
Statement of Cash Flows – Numbers and a brief comment about the activity
Present a key ratio analysis from the most recent year to explain what caused the improvement or weakening of the ratios. Create five summary schedules, one for each ratio category, presenting four to five ratios for each category.
Liquidity (Solvency) ratios
Efficiency ratios
Debt ratios
Profitability ratios
Market value ratios
The analysis should not be simply a list of ratios; it needs to include comments that say that the ratio increased or decreased and it should try to highlight why the trends are what they are your analysis should get inside the numbers. Do not define the ratios.
Present a discussion about the companys three to five-year stock history. Ideally, you should include a chart that you can find on the internet (cite your reference). Then discuss the stock price performance. You should include a summary table that displays the year-end stock prices for the last three fiscal years. Yahoo finance has stock history charts. Example: Rocky Mountain Chocolate Company.
Highlight any other key information from the annual report that you think the users of the annual report may find important, such as forward-looking information.
You will present your findings to the Board of Directors and the shareholders at the annual shareholders meeting. The shareholders meeting will be conducted live and broadcast to the shareholders who cannot attend in person. Members of the financial press will be in attendance either in person or watching the video presentation. Please prepare a PowerPoint presentation summarizing your paper including a video presentation. This presentation can include an automated PowerPoint presentation with audio presentation. However, you must include a visual element for your project so that those shareholders who are not attending in person can view the presentation as well. You do not have to include the live feed of the presentation but you do have to include a recording with audio.

Leadership Across Agencies

Imagine that county commissioners of a large metropolitan area believe that it is important to develop leaders at all levels of the various criminal justice agencies for which they provide oversight. Because of your experience, education, and publication history, you have been appointed by the County Commission to an advisory board for the Criminal Justice Training Council. The role of this advisory board is to provide recommendations for training focused on developing future criminal justice leaders in county-wide agencies. County commissioners want to know how to develop leaders, what topics should be included in training regimens, and what skills are required for criminal justice executives. They also want to break down barriers between the various agencies, and believe cross training may help to improve relationships.

For this Discussion, review this week’s resources or conduct your own research to develop your recommendations.

Post by Day 3 an Executive Summary (single spaced, no more than three pages) of an advisory board report for the county commissioners. Focusing on development of criminal justice leaders in county-wide agencies, include recommendations for training topics, necessary skill development, and methods to improve interagency understanding and cooperation.

Marketing Plan Outline Project

create a fictitious company with a product (or line of products) or service that you want to analyze and promote.
It contains a minimum of 2,500 words.
It is easy to read and understand: The use of graphics is highly recommended.
It is appealing to your audience. Make it interesting.
Follows a format. You can use APA (6th) edition of MLA. Choose one format and follow it. Please do not mix formats.
Cite all your sources

Compare and contrast 2 poems via one poetic lens

forgetting as commodity
By Jax NTP | 1 August 2018
grandma disembodies her youth

as if famine isnt a weapon of war

once she was pregnant

for the fourteenth time

but her husband doesnt know my mothers

name from Vietnams humidity

to knowing snow in her bones Oklahoma

she said privilege is the ability to plan your burial plot

or to know where your ashes will be disseminated

after mating mother octopuses dont starve to death

her protoplasm betrays her

epiphanies are nutritious

my grandma said

if you can afford them

my frustration of inheriting cultural loss is equal

to Aristotles declaration that octopuses were dumb ocean mass

dear three hearted cephalopods,

the reflexes from grandmas left fingers

are gone infected from scrounging aluminum recyclables

the past orbits her present strength

oh the difficulty of guessing a trees age

when admiring its crisp shadow

an octopuss production of natural pigment

harms enemies and the self

sometimes knowing where you come from

prevents growth

old leaves fall to make space for new buds

what is post fragmentation

if emptiness is a pretense

what is queer visibility in commodity culture

but spatial subversions

grandma taught me that when octopuses

cant escape their own ink cloud they cease

dear women who are not embarrassed when their nipples get hard in public,
did you know that deserts are the first place to thirst
because they were the ancient oceans that dried first

evolution of consciousness and totems for a sea witch
nautilus, squid, cuttlefish, octopus: locomotion defense

i havent been able to process joy since ive inherited
my mothers trauma while she was pregnant with me

it is easier to thread the needle if you lick it first, mother
taught me feminine etiquette at a young age i had to let go

erect motion and bait, a simple love story in three parts
cut the deck and draw the strength, trilobite transformations

con khng c yu n b

tell me about all the things we cant undo
threats are promises people want to keep

at some point, you cannot live in rage, stop fighting
to allow yourself a chance to heal, go on, draw the three of cups

Poetic lens by Frank O’hara
Be Blunt = straight to the point
Keep poem modest = do not confuse reader
Be honest
A poem should be between 2 people NOT 2 pages
Content must be alive
Poems should go on Nerves
Poems should be written with knee-jerk reaction moment/ person
Sexy pants metaphor
NYs: I do this, I do that poet
Do not use excessive imagery
Do not overanalyze ideas
Dont force subject or poems upon readers
Avoid technical apparatus = avoid using intentional poetic devices
Dont consider readers feeling during composition
Use #1, 2, 7 as suggestions for organizational units / body paragraphs ideas to discuss your poets theme: identity devices/techniques – are they effective or not? – and apply level of (in)effectiveness to theme
1. How does the explicit (obvious) and implicit (indirect) meaning of the poem affect theme? How does rereading each poem, unpacking ambiguity, allow readers to create multiple interpretations of the poem?

2. Discussion power dynamics, as in, relationships between:
-speaker and audience and/or person directly addressed, or
-speaker and time/setting/culture/history/self, or
-“title, first line, and last line’s” isolated meaning vs. the entire poem
(similar effect or different? which one is more effective?)
7. How does punctuation (or lack thereof) style, syntax, grammar, tone, voice affect the theme/audience?
Each body paragraph must compare and contrast all poems via one poetic device.Do not analyze poems in isolation (do no analyze one poem per body paragraph).
Topic for both poems: unlearning traditional feminine values
Theme: need to produce in introduction and repeat in conclusion

The Story og Cynthia Brown’s

Research and review the story of Cynthia Brown.
Could some form of intervention by the state of Tennesesse Probation prevented the tradgey that unfolded including a murder. Further, what role did race, gender, and social class play in the crime? Lastly, you must write a plausible legal arguing both sides,
First, supporting her release from prison.
Second, she should remain in prison despite the public outcry.
Both of your arguments must be written around a leagal framework.
The 16 year old killer Cyntonia Story full documentary on you tube
Life sentence commuted by Tennessee Govenor on you tube
Paper has to be 5 to 10 pages double spaced in APA Format

symbolism and iconology

You will be required to write a 4 page research paper for this course please follow the format I have required for the response paper (TNR, 12pt font, black, double-spaced). You will need to formulate an original thesis statement for your paper. This is not simply a research paper over a person, place, or piece. This is a research paper where you create the topic based on the information learned from the text. Creating an original argument requires you to come up with a unique paper idea that has not been used before. Some examples have been provided below (please do not copy the examples).

You will turn in an outline/rough bibliography in advance of the paper due date see blackboard assignments. It will be worth 40 points of the total 160 points available. The paper is worth 120points. Without the bibliography, the highest grade you can make on the research paper assignment is a 75. I recommend using a sentence-style outline this will help you keep your information organized and also prevent you from waiting until the last minute. If I see an outline/idea that isnt an original argument, I will let you know.

You must have at least 5 (five) sources to support your research in this assignment. 1 (one) source will be your textbook; only two (2) internet sources are allowed, the rest is up to you (journal, article, magazine, newspaper, book, etc). You can use MLA formatting OR APA formatting for this paper (whichever area you use more depending on your major). You can have more sources, but not less. If you have more than 2 internet sources, you still have to have a minimum of three other types of sources.

To avoid any plagiarism, you will be required to use in-text citations. If you do not know how to create in-text citations, you will need to research it (it is different for MLA than APA). IN-text citations let me know where and from whom you retrieved your information. Without them, it appears that all the information in the paper is yours and if I find that information elsewhere, it will be considered plagiarism and you will receive a zero on the assignment.

You will include an official works cited page (MLA or APA) at the end of your assignment. THIS DOES NOT COUNT AS ONE OF THE REQUIRED FOUR PAGES. All together, paper + work cited page, it will be five pages. If you are not sure what in text citation is or looks like, or what a work cited page is please visit OR
You can also visit to assist you.

Also you CANNOT use Wikipedia as a source. This is not a viable source of information. If you use Wikipedia I will not accept your paper.

So what exactly is an original argument/thesis? I am looking for such thesis that show you are attempting to draw conclusions based on the research at hand. An original argument is an argument that is all yours, something you came up with. This is different than simply researching one thing and gathering all the information about that one thing. An original argument ties together information and creates a unique statement about the information.

For example:

Wrong: The Catholic Church exists today all across America and the world. (This is wrong because it is not an original idea. Everyone knows this already.)

Correct: The Catholic Churchs influence has created division among Christian based organizations in regard to the interpretation of communion (Then use research to support that statement!) How did it do that? What sources do you have that supports your idea? If you cant find any sources to support your idea, then perhaps you need a different idea.

Other Examples of Original Arguments/Thesis:
Egyptian art and religion helped shape the western world understanding of Christianity (or Islam).
Medieval religious doctrine helped the spread of theatre through the dark ages.
Totalitarianism through the ages has actually sparked the development of democracy.
The Oath of Horatii is actually a parable for the current conflict overseas.

Death Penalty

When looking for information about a particular issue, how often do you try to resist biases toward your own point of view? This assignment asks you to engage in this aspect of critical thinking by playing the “Believing Game.” The Believing Game is about making the effort to “believe” – or at least consider – the reasons for an opposing view on an issue.

The assignment is divided into two (2) parts.
In Part I of the assignment (due Week 3), you will first read a book excerpt about critical thinking processes: “The Believing Game and How to Make Conflicting Opinions More Fruitful” at Next, you will review the Website in order to gather information. Then, you will engage in prewriting to examine your thoughts.

Note: In Part II of the assignment (due Week 5), you will write an essay geared towards synthesizing your ideas.

Part I – Prewriting: Follow the instructions below for this prewriting activity. Use complete sentences and adhere to standard rules of English grammar, punctuation, mechanics, and spelling.

Select one (1) of the approved topics from the Website and state your position on the issue.
From the Website, identify three (3) premises (reasons) listed under either the Pro or Con section – whichever section opposes your position.
For each of the three (3) premises (reasons) that oppose your position on the issue, answer these “believing” questions suggested by Elbow:
What’s interesting or helpful about this view?
What would I notice if I believed this view?
In what sense or under what conditions might this idea be true?”
The paper should follow guidelines for clear and organized writing:

Include an introductory paragraph and concluding paragraph.
Address main ideas in body paragraphs with a topic sentence and supporting sentences.
Adhere to standard rules of English grammar, punctuation, mechanics, and spelling.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

This course requires use of Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation for details.
This prewriting assignment has no page requirement. There is no requirement at this time to include references in the assignment.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

Identify the informal fallacies, assumptions, and biases involved in manipulative appeals and abuses of language.
Create written work utilizing the concepts of critical thinking.
Use technology and information resources to research issues in critical thinking skills and informal logic.