ORG 6520 AU Ethics in Social Work Essay

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Systems and Professional Integrity

Ethics is a code of thinking and behavior governed by a combination of personal, moral, legal, and social standards of what is right. Although the definition of “right” varies with situations and cultures, its meaning in the context of community work involves many guiding principles with which most community activists and service providers would probably agree. Above all else, do no harm. Hippocrates put this in words over 2,000 years ago, and it’s still Rule Number One.

You have volunteered to run a community violence-prevention program, working with kids who are gang members or gang hangers-on. The kids trust you and sometimes tell you about some of their less-than-savory activities. The police also know you work with gang members and often ask you for information about kids. What are you obligated to tell them or to keep from them?

If you are actively striving to do “good,” how far does that obligation take you? If there are issues affecting the community that have nothing to do directly with the one you’re concerned with, do you nonetheless have an obligation to become involved? What if you don’t really understand the whole situation, and your involvement may do as much harm as good—do you still have an ethical obligation to support or become active on the right side? What if your support or activism endangers or compromises your community intervention? Your initial post should be at least 300 words in length

Ashford University Intensity Lumen EV Exposure Density Discussion

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in this assignment, you will create one post and provide at least one peer review. The post will be a 200+ word discussion of one or more of the week’s technical and/or creative terms. The post may also include external links, but for best success, favor and reference the provided course resources.

Technical terms: intensity, lumen, EV, exposure density

Creative terms: segment, fragment, portrayal, (self-researched)

2- peer review: Intensity is the amount of light present and the way it works is that it decreases as the light source begins to increase. For intensity this change is predictable and this is due to the Inverse Square Law. This law ultimately states that intensity equals out to the inverse of the square of the distance from the source. Intensity is known to be affected by ISO, but it is also controlled by shutter and f values. Intensity is calculated by using a light meter. Mostly all cameras and handheld devices like smartphones should have built-in light meters. Light meters are extremely essential in order to measure and to ensure that they are receiving the proper light and this is why they are built-in all cameras. In terms of photography, Intensity plays an essential role in how a photograph or portrait may look. When using natural light or even studio light, the light source can be modified to change the intensity. The result of moving the light source closer to the subject is that when the image is captured, the subject of the image will be visually more clear and will be portrayed as the main subject. In contrast, if the light source is further away from the subject, then the image will be captured with a dark shadow and less focus on the subject. give a Brief but thoughtful peer review, pasted or typed directly into the thread.

AU Public Health Discussion

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In this simulation, it’s time for a marketing audit! Bright Road Health Care System wants to see how responsive they are to market needs and preferences, and if their marketing strategies are showing a good return on investment. You are a marketing consultant who has been brought in as an objective party to perform this audit. Once the information is gathered, you will identify the top 3 strengths and the top 3 weaknesses of the organization. Then, you will make prioritized recommendations to turn the weaknesses into strengths. As you prioritize your recommendation, be sure to answer the following:

Instructions – Answer the following and include these concepts in your recommendation.

1 We read about the Triple Aim and Quadruple Aim concept this week. What is the Triple Aim concept and what are the three aims involved? How has the adoption of the Triple Aim benefited from improvements in technology? Why have some health care providers been unable to fully implement the Triple Aim?

2 How can the expansion of the Triple Aim to the Quadruple Aim be a solution to any obstacles of the pursuit of the Triple Aim?

3 Discuss how your recommendation for Bright Road would work toward the goal of the Triple and Quadruple Aim of improving population health and reducing physician and staff burnout.  Include the details of your recommendation with a focus on how you would use social marketing as a part of Bright Road Health Care System’s CQI initiative.

BUS 400 Ashford University Competition Analysis in The Tech Industry Paper

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Use Porter’s Industry Analysis (new entrants, buyers,  suppliers, substitutes) to consider those factors that impact  competition in your industry.

Next, identify the two major competitors (Amazon and Metaverse) that pose a threat  to Alphabet (Google) in the industry. Be sure to discuss how these  competitors have a distinct advantage in your industry. Please see the  Under Armour model attached file for the appropriate format for this assignment.

Be sure to use 10K and Mintel and  S & P Industry Survey as your guide for this submission along with any articles from Forbes, Business Week, or Wall Street Journal. Please use APA format

Ashford University Elements of A Contract and Law Paper

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Touchstone: Did Jim and Laura Buy a Car?

SCENARIO: Jim and Laura Buyer visit the local car dealership because they are interested in buying a new car. The car they currently have is aging and is starting to have mechanical problems. Jim and Laura would share the new car, and use it to go back and forth to work and school. Before going to the dealership, Jim and Laura decide that they can only afford $400.00 a month in car payments.

Once at the car dealership, Jim and Laura meet Stan Salesman. Stan shows them several vehicles and Jim and Laura test-drive several of the cars. Jim and Laura particularly like the blue 4-door sedan. Therefore, they agree to give Stan Salesman a $100.00 deposit to hold the car for a day. Stan Salesman does not give them the receipt but guarantees that the $100.00 is refundable. No documents were signed.

The next day, Stan Salesman calls Jim and Laura to ask them when they would like to take delivery of the car. Jim and Laura, on the way home from the dealership, decided that they were not going to buy the car because they did not want to spend that money each month. Therefore, Jim and Laura tell Stan Salesman that they have decided not to buy the car and request their $100.00 deposit back.

Stan insists that the $100.00 was a deposit on the car and was meant to be part of the contract to buy the car. Stan is very persistent and insistent that Jim and Laura have contracted to buy the car; therefore, the $100.00 will be applied to the purchase price of the car. Jim and Laura are shocked and angry as not only do they not want to spend the money, but now feel as though they are being duped by Stan Salesman.

Jim and Laura have an appointment to see a lawyer in a few days, but know you are a student taking a business law class and come to you for advice. They are very frazzled, and understandably upset that they may have just purchased a car. Since you have been taking business law, you have read and understand the elements of a contract and the defenses to a contract. Therefore, although you are not a lawyer, you provide some basic advice from what you’ve learned in your business law class.

ASSIGNMENT: In three to five (3-5) pages, advise Jim and Laura based on the above facts as presented and the material covered in the lessons. In your paper, be sure to address the following:

  1. Define the elements of a legal contract using examples from the scenario where applicable.
  2. Decide whether or not there was a contract for the purchase of the automobile.
  3. Identify the facts from the scenario which support your decision on whether or not a contract exists for the purchase of the automobile.
  4. Use at least two (2) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other websites do not qualify as quality academic resources.

In order to foster learning and growth, all essays you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the touchstone.

Ashford University Cost Benefit Analysis Discussion Paper

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Write a 1,750- to 2,100-word proposal for financing the project you selected in Wk 3. Include the following:

  • A description and summary of the state, county, or city of choice, including
  • demographics
  • employment or unemployment data
  • A cost-benefit analysis (Wk 3)
  • Three potential sources of funding (Wk 5)
  • The role of taxation on funding the project
  • Any possible need(s) for income redistribution and its effects on the local economy
  • A description of how entitlement or welfare spending in the state, county, or city has affected the labor and employment market: Explain the potential effects on funding the project.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

need these tasks done

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the tasks I need completed are 5-3, 5-5, 6-3, 7-2, 8-2 .Assignment instructions file can be downloaded using this link

https://www.mediafire.com/file/p3y2za7acs1j86z/ENG…

one imoprtant thing to note is that

5-3 and 5-5 needs to correlate to the milestone 5-6.

6-3 works cited/ References Generated needs to also correlate to the work done.

7-2 Revise Outline needs to correlate with the assignment 7-4.

Finally, 8-2 Revisiting your Persuasive Essay needs to correlate with the 8-4 Reflection.

These are the works I have already completed. So essentially the tasks I am asking you to do should correlate to these ones according.y

ORG 6520 AU Ethics in Social Work Essay

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Systems and Professional Integrity

Ethics is a code of thinking and behavior governed by a combination of personal, moral, legal, and social standards of what is right. Although the definition of “right” varies with situations and cultures, its meaning in the context of community work involves many guiding principles with which most community activists and service providers would probably agree. Above all else, do no harm. Hippocrates put this in words over 2,000 years ago, and it’s still Rule Number One.

You have volunteered to run a community violence-prevention program, working with kids who are gang members or gang hangers-on. The kids trust you and sometimes tell you about some of their less-than-savory activities. The police also know you work with gang members and often ask you for information about kids. What are you obligated to tell them or to keep from them?

If you are actively striving to do “good,” how far does that obligation take you? If there are issues affecting the community that have nothing to do directly with the one you’re concerned with, do you nonetheless have an obligation to become involved? What if you don’t really understand the whole situation, and your involvement may do as much harm as good—do you still have an ethical obligation to support or become active on the right side? What if your support or activism endangers or compromises your community intervention? Your initial post should be at least 300 words in length

Ashford University Intensity Lumen EV Exposure Density Discussion

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in this assignment, you will create one post and provide at least one peer review. The post will be a 200+ word discussion of one or more of the week’s technical and/or creative terms. The post may also include external links, but for best success, favor and reference the provided course resources.

Technical terms: intensity, lumen, EV, exposure density

Creative terms: segment, fragment, portrayal, (self-researched)

2- peer review: Intensity is the amount of light present and the way it works is that it decreases as the light source begins to increase. For intensity this change is predictable and this is due to the Inverse Square Law. This law ultimately states that intensity equals out to the inverse of the square of the distance from the source. Intensity is known to be affected by ISO, but it is also controlled by shutter and f values. Intensity is calculated by using a light meter. Mostly all cameras and handheld devices like smartphones should have built-in light meters. Light meters are extremely essential in order to measure and to ensure that they are receiving the proper light and this is why they are built-in all cameras. In terms of photography, Intensity plays an essential role in how a photograph or portrait may look. When using natural light or even studio light, the light source can be modified to change the intensity. The result of moving the light source closer to the subject is that when the image is captured, the subject of the image will be visually more clear and will be portrayed as the main subject. In contrast, if the light source is further away from the subject, then the image will be captured with a dark shadow and less focus on the subject. give a Brief but thoughtful peer review, pasted or typed directly into the thread.