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Aviation

Please see attached and let me know if you have any questions. extra info from t

Please see attached and let me know if you have any questions.
Extra Info from the attachment below:
https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/infographics/dawn-mission-timeline

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Accounting

End help completing this assignments.

End help completing this assignments. The assignment amd the professors notes are attached for review.

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Economics

Use chicago-style (author-date), paying careful attention to punctuation and formatting.

Exploratory Search
This series of assignments contributes to Learning Outcomes (1), (2), and (4) via the following objectives:
Utilize library databases (i.e. EconLit) to locate scholarly work written by economists.
Construct search terms/phrases to locate high quality, unbiased sources of information written by economists on a specific topic.
Differentiate between types of academic writing (i.e. writing for other economists).
Format citations using Chicago-style, a common citation style in economics.
Reflect on the research process, recognizing what makes a search effective.
Refine your research strategy for more effective future searches.
Directions:
Respond to the prompts as listed for each Exploratory Search assignment.
Submit your responses by clicking “Write Submission” in the Canvas Assignment and typing (or copy/pasting) directly into Canvas.
Then explore this topic further in your research journal by completing the “topic exploration” entry!
Exploratory Search 1: First Research Article
Begin: Gather the newspaper article(s) that you recorded in your Research Journal this week. If you found two or three, select the one that most interests you.
Cite Your Newspaper Article: Record the citation for the newspaper article you have chosen to focus on for this Exploratory Search. Use Chicago-style (author-date), paying careful attention to punctuation and formatting. (1/2 pt)
Identify the Topic: Record the main economics topic covered in (or most related to) the newspaper article you cited this week. (1/2 pt)
EconLit Search: Think about how to search EconLit for information on this topic. publish possible search terms and phrases. Revise using Boolean operators and other search features to keep your results manageable. Record your final search term/phrase that you used to locate a relevant research article. (1 pt)
Cite Your Research Article: Use EconLit to identify a research article on your topic. Limit your search to peer-reviewed journals. Record the citation for this article. Use Chicago-style (author-date), paying careful attention to punctuation and formatting. While the database entry may include a recommended citation, you are responsible for ensuring it’s formatted correctly! (1 pt)
Newspaper article to be used:
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/biden-to-tell-detroit-auto-show-that-first-900-million-to-fill-gaps-in-ev-charging-network-is-on-its-way-11663167402?mod=economy-politics

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IT, Web

Cyber espionage has become common in the last decade.

In order to complete Assignment #3 you will need to answer the below questions. Please complete the questions in a Word document and then upload the assignment for grading. When assigning a name to your document please use the following format (last name_Assignment #3). Use examples from the readings, lecture notes and outside research to support your answers. The assignment must be a minimum of 1-full page in length with a minimum of 2 outside sources. Please be sure to follow APA guidelines for citing and referencing sources. Assignments are due by 11:59 pm Eastern Time on Sunday.
Cyber espionage has become common in the last decade. Can you name at least two cyber espionage incidents that occurred in 2020-2021?
Do you believe the United States plays a key role in cyber espionage?

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Business Studies

Describe a critical issue currently faced by supply chain managers, including why you think it’s critical, and what leading organizations are doing to resolve it.

Describe a critical issue currently faced by supply chain managers, including why you think it’s critical, and what leading organizations are doing to resolve it.

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IT, Web

What you think it all means

Page 1:Essay – Discuss the meaning or implication of the results of what the author said on the
study that the article is about. This should be one to two paragraphs. This is where you offer your
opinion on the article. Discuss any flaws with the article, how you think it could have been better and
what you think it all means
Page 2 The Conclusion-Your recommendation-the future direction: This would be the
future direction as you see it. This is normally one paragraph on one separate page (NB: plz make one paragraph and another paragraph for abstraction)
Page 3 : reference page this consist the journal you read and any other you researched or
quited. Be sure you use APA style.

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Composition

Please do it correctly and answer all questions this is a very important assignment that weighs a lot of point.

Hello, the two assignments are not related. I also want to mention for the learning exercise number two question I attached the handout separately. It’s not for the first discussion so i hope there is no confusion there. Please do the assignment correctly by following the instruction. Please do it correctly and answer all questions this is a very important assignment that weighs a lot of point.
Thank you!

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Business Studies

Decision analysis 3: decision trees – youtube.

Reading Assignments
• Chapters 9 and 10 of Practical Management Science
Video
• Emmanuel, J (2015). Decision Analysis 3: Decision Trees – YouTube. Retrieved March
29, 2022 from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydvnVw80I_8
SEE ATTACHMENT

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Sociology

Epstein:

Answer the following questions
(See link below and documents attached)
Stieglitz
1- Why does Stieglitz believe that economic inequality is harmful to U.S. society? Give some examples (data) from the text.
2- Why do we have an increasing economic inequality according to Stieglitz? And what role do institutions and government play? Describe a few of the points he is making.
3- One of Stieglitz’ main points is that there is price to pay for inequality? Please describe what he means.
Epstein:
1- How does Epstein justify the necessity for economic inequality in U.S. society?
2- What other point Epstein makes did you find noteworthy? Explain why.
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/does-u-s-economic-inequality-have-a-good-side

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Business Studies

Moreover, the advertisements can now be studied based on inclusivity rather than just the target audience.

This is not an essay, this is a peer discussion review. Please write one paragraph per peer review. In response to your peers, address the following:
1) Why might the developments your peers chose matter not only to the social sciences but to us as individuals and a society?
*** Please be kind in your review. Please do not write this response in the 3rd person ( do not use “peers post” instead use ” your or you”) ***
Peer 1: Summary of Multiculturalism Theory
At the end of the 19th century, multiculturalism theory emerged as a segment of the pragmatism movement in Europe and the United States and later as political and cultural pluralism in the 20th century. This theory studies diverse cultural coexistence in a single society (Hartmann & Gerteis, 2005).
How Multiculturalism Theory might have Affected How my Advertisements are Studied‌‌‌‍‍‍‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‍
Multiculturalism helps in the inclusion of ideas and thoughts of diverse cultural groups in society, respecting their differences and withholding assimilation of certain cultures to the dominant group. This means every person’s view will be respected, thus enhancing the coexistence of diverse cultures in a single society. This theory has played a major role in people’s ways of life in ensuring that justice and fairness are guaranteed even for minority groups.
Advertising is one field that this theory has impacted greatly. It is through multiculturalism that multicultural marketing emerged. Multicultural marketing is a marketing strategy whose primary purpose is to maximize the message to diverse groups to eliminate bias that may exist if some ethnicities are not represented (Fazli-Salehi et al., 2022). This might have played a critical role in how the advertisements are studied and interpreted by different cultural groups. Advertisements are viewed and interpreted more positively by people of different ethnicities through multicultural advertising (Fazli-Salehi et al., 2022).
Moreover, the advertisements can now be studied based on inclusivity rather than just the target audience. According to Wong (2008), consumers tend to support a brand when their ethnicity is represented, which means multicultural advertising is key and should be utilized more often during marketing. How consumers perceive a brand is important in creating customer trust and loyalty thus, multiculturalism theory might have played a major role in how advertisements are made.
References
Fazli-Salehi, R., Torres, I. M., Madadi, R., & Zúñiga, M. Á. (2022). Multicultural advertising: Impact of consumers’ need to belong and brand use on self-brand connection and communal-brand connection. Journal of Marketing Communications, 1-28.
Hartmann, D., & Gerteis, J. (2005). Dealing with diversity: Mapping multiculturalism in sociological terms. Sociological theory, 23(2), 218-240.
Wong, L. (2008). Multiculturalism and ethnic pluralism in sociology: An analysis of the fragmentation position discourse. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 40(1), 11-32.
Peer 2: As a social scientist, I’m interested in how the paradigm change in the social sciences can affect the way I do research on the effectiveness of my commercial. Delivering a landmark achievement in the scientific community, it defines scientific revolutions and provides practitioners with solutions and models (Gagnon & Barber, 2018). This is a group of potential assumptions, methods, and ideas that may be used to the social sciences. It instructs social scientists in proper thought and behavior. It explains what happens when a fresh perspective or way of doing things comes to replace the status quo.
It was a radical idea that shook up established scientific progress at the time. Science’s commendable pursuit of knowledge is called into doubt by this. Instead, traditional scientific methods have an effect on marketing and advertising practices that use the paradigm. An investigation is opened when many anomalies are discovered, and the whole system may be shaken as a result. Changes are made via innovative strategies and concepts that set a new benchmark.
More and more signs suggest that the traditional model of advertising and promotion has shifted in light of this new understanding. Companies with vision use data to make decisions that benefit the whole organization (Gagnon & Barber, 2018). However, the less flexible aspects of conventional science tend to rule the day. Analytical methods are used to justify the collection of data and the testing of hypotheses. Furthermore, they are implemented to improve upon established practices. The discord between plans and results has an effect on marketing analytics and rational decision making.
If companies continue on their current course, they may fail to reach their intended audience with their marketing efforts. Companies risk mediocre outcomes if they waste resources on ineffective marketing strategies, invest in the wrong channels for their target clients, or roll out promotions too early.
In order to reach the ultimate promotional goal of insight-powered effectiveness and take advantage of the present advanced systems, marketing companies and other product venue owners must test their hypothesis against information by asking additional questions before coming up with an ad and adjusting their outlook where absolutely required (Gagnon & Barber, 2018). The paradigm shifts influences both new ways of thinking and new approaches to collecting and using advertising data.
Gagnon, J. C., & Barber, B. R. (2018). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation. In The SAGE encyclopedia of educational research, measurement and evaluation (p. 668). Sage.