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You will not be graded on grammar/spelling (though, if I cannot make out your answer, I will obviously not understand what your argument is). You also do not have to write an introduction/conclusion paragraph. While there is no length requirement, A+ answers typically fall between the 2-4 paragraph range.
The Subject is Public Health looking onEnvironmental Health. The research paper should be on Air pollution in Los Angelesarguing why are people of lower socioeconomic status affected the mostconcluding with ways to help.
Please salvage what is submitted or start over. Highly recommend communicating as you go.
Use only pre-reviewed articles from PubMed only!!!
Canadian History 1867-present
Individually, write a 3 page paper on your article/chapter. You do not need an introductory paragraph for this paper, start right in with your analysis. Half of your paper will be on two aspects of the article/chapter that were done particularly well. Give an example and then explain in what ways they were done so well. The second half of your paper will be on one or two aspects that could have been improved. You MUST state how these aspects could be fixed or improved. You will turn this in after your presentation.
For all of the assignment, make sure you are writing in a professional manner. You are not criticizing the article/chapter, you are offering a productive assessment of it.
1)For each of the characters described below, what types of informative speeches might each person be called upon to give in her or his personal and professional life? List as many as you can think of for each. A. Stacy is an emergency room physician and medical school professor. She also serves on the board of directors for a local college. For recreation she enjoys rock climbing. B. Rick is an animal control officer who volunteers his time at both the animal shelter and the local Habitat for Humanity group. He is in a bowling league with other city employees. C. Akiko is in insurance sales and volunteers in the math classroom at her childrens middle school. As a hobby, she collects and sells antiques. *
In the Indigenous Policy class I teach we had an assignment where students were to think of events or ways in which policy had affected them or those in their networks. They had a lot of trouble thinking of things at first, and then it burgeoned. Part of it was that we often think of policy from the perspective of “how we do things” rather than more criticially about how that policy was created and implemented and has now become “how we do things.”
In terms of policy and theory have you found yourself seeing things differently and noticing how information from this class and these readings has made you aware of absences or pressures around disability issues that are part of your life?
With the rediscovery of unmarked children’s graves at Residential School sites we are more aware than ever of the need to know and understand our history. I think we see many signs of institutional thinking all around us, and yet little evidence perhaps that this is what people with disabilities and their families cope with, from the agencies that support them. Self-advocates often talk about creating a module on their history for school systems, and yet this hasn’t happened. One woman in Victoria that I talked to, from UVic, talked about what a school curriculum informed by Critical Disability Studies might look like…
Each week, I will find one or two news clippings related to Health Economics. Most common type of clippings will be newspaper articles, and webpages, however, they may also include audio or video clips as well. I will post the news clippings both in Canvas and in Perusall.
First make sure that you read and annotate the assigned article or news clip in Persuall. This will be worth 15% of your final grade.
After the weekly read and the annotation assignment on Persuall is done you will have an additional week, to summarize what you have learned from reading the article and participating in the online discussion. This should include at least three main concepts and issues and give you an opportunity for reflections. The summary should be your intellectual interactions with the news and opinions they contain.
You are strongly encouraged to use comments made and information provided by other students and me in your summary as well.
In this summary you are also encouraged to integrate and connect the topic of the article to the material covered in other parts of the course (for example in the textbook or problem sets). The summary can express bewilderment, reinforcement, extensions, comparisons with other news items or with class or textbook interpretations, or may raise questions for further discussion.
The summary should be at least 1 page long and must be submitted here on Canvas.
Your summary should be based on the article:
Begin the Module 3 Case Assignment by reading the following case study:
Burton, O., & Pope, D. (2012). Winds of change at Measurement Equipment Supply Co., Inc. Journal of Case Studies, 30(1), 51–57. Available in the Trident Online Library.
Then, in a well-written 5- to 6-page paper (excluding title and references pages) to include three scholarly sources from the required or optional readings list, respond to the following: