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Psychology

Male and Female Sexual Response Models Studies shows that Masters and Johnson’s

Male and Female Sexual Response Models
Studies shows that Masters and Johnson’s four phase model of sexual response listed above 10,000 cycles of sexual arousal and orgasm in a period of twelve years to arrive at a conclusion about a model of sexual response. In this model, there are four successive phases to the sexual response cycle.
Based on your understanding about this model, compare the phases of this model to the following:
Kaplan’s triphasic model of sexual response
Loulan’s sexual response model
Why was Masters and Johnson’s four phase model so controversial? Johnson argued that sexual problems are not the result of underlying neurosis or personality disorders, but are an outcome of lack of information, poor communication, or conflict between partners. Do you agree or disagree and why?
Which model, according to you, is the most accurate model that describes the human sexual response? Why?

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Philosophy

These discussion provide the opportunity to construct logical arguments and appl

These discussion provide the opportunity to construct logical arguments
and apply principles of critical thinking to our peers’ initial posts. Remember
to read the “ground rules” in the Course Introduction section of the
Overview to guide your practices in these discussion.
In this module we explore criteria for a good argument. Socrates presents
three arguments for not avoiding the death penalty that has been legally
imposed on him.
Assignment:
Select at least one of Socrates’ arguments and evaluate it according to the
criteria for a good argument presented in your required readings in this
module. Can the argument be improved? Is it flawed?
Then Respond to the student :
For your response posts, remember that strong critical thinking is essential
in responding to other students. This means that you should be finding
things that support or extend your classmates’ thoughts or that you take
critical issue with in their arguments and positions. When possible,
providing alternatives to another person’s arguments or positions is part of
the task of a critical thinker.
(this is two different papers. Both of them are short answers. Please finish the first paper which says assignment and then the response on another paper that is the response to the student)

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Religion and Theology

NO OUTSIDE SOURCES only use the pdf provided and follow the rubric thoroughly.

NO OUTSIDE SOURCES only use the pdf provided and follow the rubric thoroughly.
GUIDELINES FOR YOUR READING NOTES
Reading notes, regardless of the context or genre of the material you are reading, are always extremely
useful for your critical engagement with a given reading, whether the document you are reading is a
scholarly article or book chapter, whether it is a creative work of literature or a primary historical
source, or whether it is a business document (such as a student loan agreement :)).
Your reading notes, for the purposes of our class, should reflect your own critical reading of a given
article or chapter, as well as your own critical thinking about it and your own critical take-aways from it.
Most of the readings that we will be doing for our course are written in a social science/ humanities
vein. This means they will require an eye for the key arguments the scholar/ author has made, for the
sources of the data they have presented, and for getting a sense of the historical moment and cultural
context when they actually published the reading. You will also want to try to assess what the scholar’s
own goals might be have been for the piece they wrote. It’s also productive to try to assess what is at
stake within their particular disciplinary framework, or for the world in general, with respect to what
they have presented the reader in the reading.
Here are some pragmatic strategies for doing a close reading of an article or book chapter through your
notetaking process:
1) Generally, it is useful to read a text more than once. For our class, I recommend that you do one
thorough/ systematic reading where you take the bulk of you notes, and then go back and do a
quick skim over the reading to revisit the overall pattern of how the scholar/ author has
organized and composed the reading.
2) Take a look at the “Five Methods of Notetaking” handout for a sense of five different strategies
for approaching notetaking. Experiment with these different strategies until you figure out the
approach (or combination of approaches) that works best for you.
3) At the top of your notes, write out the author’s name, the title of the article or book chapter,
and its date of publication.
4) As you do your systematic reading, get the gist of the main themes, theses, and/ or arguments
that the scholar/ author is making and keep track of these—e.g., either via highlighting them
within your notes, or via using key words that you put in a side column alongside your notes.
5) Watch for recurring words or concepts that cue you in to the particular disciplinary/ theoretical
narrative framework that the scholar/ author is using.
6) Watch for indications on the types of data and the disciplinary methodologies that the scholar/
author is relying upon to make their arguments (e.g., textual analysis, primary or secondary
historical documents, primary or secondary ethnographically-based research, media analysis,
etc.).
7) Write down any questions that come up for you as you read the text (either in-text highlighting
or a side column is good for these as well), and then identify any answers to these questions if
and where they might come up in the text later.
8) Write down your own emotional and other critical reactions as you read through the text; you
can also develop your own system of emojis:). (E.g., asterisks for key points; ! for surprise; lol or
; a heart for something you love, etc.)
9) Be attentive to any kind of recurring metaphors or imagery that the scholar/ author is using.
10) Write out any striking quotes from the text and be sure to cite the appropriate page number.
Once you finish the reading, do a quick reflection for yourself on the key problems or issues that the
scholar/author has addressed, on what the author’s own purpose/ goals/ agenda was in writing the
article or book chapter at the historical moment that they wrote it, and on what the implications are for
the author’s findings and key arguments—in other words, on what is a stake for the contributions of
their article or book chapter. Also reflect on how reading the article or book chapter resonates with you:
what perspectives does it give you that you might not have had previously? Did you feel that the
scholar/ author provided convincing arguments and analyses based on the data their work engaged?
Were there any questions that you felt were unanswered or not addressed? What did you particularly
like or dislike about the reading—and why? Jot down your reflections at the end of your notes!
When you can, try to get a sense of the scholar/ author’s background, how this research piece fits into
their overall scholarly work, and how their own positionality (especially nation-state, generation,
theoretical/ disciplinary training, etc.) might have shaped their work. Many scholars also have web-
accessible or published statements concerning other positionality factors that have shaped their
scholarship (e.g., life experiences in general, and/ or their own gender/ sexuality, race/ ethnicity, class
background, disability, etc. statuses).
So, all this may seem like a lot! But this critical reading/ thinking/ notetaking strategy should become
second nature to you once you have done it a couple/few times. You should not have to spend more
than two hours per reading for notetaking.
Note you do not need to take exhaustively detailed notes—for the purposes of our class, focus on the
main ideas and on the points most interesting to you. You should, however, be systematic, so that you
do cover the main ideas for each subsection of the readings. And do be mindful of/ note down the
particulars or historical, geographical, and social context for any specific arguments made by the author.
Most folks use phrases rather than narrative sentences for their notetaking, but you should use
whatever style works best for you. Ultimately, these notes are for your own critical engagement
process, so, within the parameters outlined above, they should reflect the strategy that works best for
your own critical thinking process! And you will want to refer back to your reading notes to inform your
posts for our regular Discussions.
It is fine to either hand-write or to type up your reading notes! If you do choose to hand-write your
notes, though, please do make sure your handwriting is legible :).
With respect to grading, each reading note assignment can potentially earn up to 100 points. Please
refer to the posted rubric for a breakdown of how points are assessed.

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Nursing

Write a 500 word APA formatted paper explaining the similarities and different b

Write a 500 word APA formatted paper explaining the similarities and different between leadership and management. Provide two references

Categories
Psychology

Please read the following scenario: A husband and wife have a child who suffers

Please read the following scenario:
A husband and wife have a child who suffers from cystic fibrosis (CF), an incurable, fatal hereditary disease that results in frequent infections and difficulty breathing. The couple wants to determine their risk of having another child with this disorder. Because CF is a recessive disorder, a child usually must inherit the CF gene from both parents to get the disease. A child with just one CF gene is a carrier: Such a person doesn’t have the disorder but can pass the trait on to the next generation. The DNA test revealed that the mother of the child carried the CF trait; however, her husband did not. The DNA tests showed that he was not the biological father of the child.
The fact significantly decreased the couple’s chance of having another child with CF. But the test has put the counselor in a difficult situation.
What would you do if you were the genetic counselor?
• Should the counselor tell the couple about the nonpaternity findings?
• Should the mother be told privately?
• Should the center contact the biological father of the child and inform him about the risks?
Please present arguments for both sides of the issues.
Please make sure you give a paragraph answer to both parts of the assignment!!!

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Statistics

Problems 5.7; 5.8; 5.9; 5.10; 5.12; 5.13. Please provide YOUR calculations for

Problems 5.7; 5.8; 5.9; 5.10; 5.12; 5.13.
Please provide YOUR calculations for Z score and answers to all problems’ questions. Don’t forget about the overall substantive conclusions.

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Other

Write a page and a half double spaced 12 font on your first experience with stag

Write a page and a half double spaced 12 font on your first experience with stage fright.
Tell me
1. What was the situation or context?
2. What physiological responses do you remember your body giving off?
3. How did you overcome this anxiety? What did you do?
Cite 2 expert quotes in the essay supporting the way in which you overcame the anxiety
Student name : Dekyvia Johnson.
Date 8/29/2022
Speech 106 on paper

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Sociology

Write a 1-2 page paper on the following: What does race/ethnicity mean to you?

Write a 1-2 page paper on the following:
What does race/ethnicity mean to you?
What role does race/ethnicity play in the U.S.?
Will race always be a factor in our society? Why/Why not?

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Other

Week 1 Assignment: Understanding Religion Essay Due Sunday by 11:59pm Points 75

Week 1 Assignment: Understanding Religion Essay
Due Sunday by 11:59pm Points 75 Submitting a file upload
Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:
Textbook: Chapter 1
Lesson
Minimum of 2 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook/lesson)
Instructions
Choose only one (1) of the following two options:
Option 1: Eight Characteristics of Religion
In an essay, address the following:
Identify and briefly describe the eight key characteristics of religion developed in your reading.
Choose 2 for further explanation and include an example for each of your chosen characteristics as demonstrated in a given religion. (You may use different religions for each characteristic or stay with one throughout.)
Why did you choose these 2 reasons? How do they relate to your own religious worldview or your clinical practice?
Option 2: Etic and Emic Views
In an essay, address the following:
Explain how the etic and emic perspectives describe your own religion or a religion with which you are familiar.
In etic, explain how an objective researcher would describe the religion including specific elements. In emic, explain how a practicing member would see the same reality.
Quote an “authoritative religious leader” from this religion as part of your emic paragraph, in addition to your scholarly source. (E.g., Buddhism-Dali Lama; Catholicism-Pope)
How does understanding this add to your understanding of your chosen religion?
What does it add to your approach to patient care?
Click on the following link to view an example for Option 2 (Shinto):
Link: Shinto Example
Hopefully you can see the difference between the etic approach using facts and objective information devoid of emotion or attachment whereas the believer (emic) approach showed devotion, faith, appealed to the senses and emotion. The quotes showed personal faith. Your emic view does not have to use quotes, except for the religious leader requirement, but it needs to show a personal view.
In addition to outside sources, make sure to reference your textbook and/or lesson.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
Length: 500-1000 words (not including title page or references page)
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page
References page (Cite textbook/lesson and a minimum of 2 outside scholarly sources – 1 for each approach for Option 2; 2 scholarly sources for Option 1.)
Page or paragraph for in-text citations
Grading
This activity will be graded based on the W1 Assignment Grading Rubric.
Course Outcomes (CO): 2
Due Date: By 11:59 p.m. MT on Sunday
Rubric
W1 Assignment Grading Rubric
W1 Assignment Grading Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent
25 pts
Addresses all required elements of the assignment as per instructions including correct number of scholarly sources and use of text/ lesson.
21.25 pts
Addresses most required elements of the assignment as per instructions including both correct number of scholarly sources and use of text/lesson.
18.75 pts
Addresses some required elements of the assignment as per instructions, but not the correct number of scholarly sources and use of text/ lesson.
13.75 pts
Addresses few required elements of the assignment as per instructions using only 1 source (either scholarly source or text but not both).
0 pts
No effort
25 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis
25 pts
Throughout the whole work, the submission shows evidence of original & critical thinking; research; use of detailed and persuasive examples.
21.25 pts
Throughout most of the work, the submission shows evidence of original & critical thinking; research; claims that are supported with detailed and persuasive examples.
18.75 pts
The submission shows critical thinking but not original conclusion; research; some examples.
13.75 pts
The submission shows little depth of critical or original thought; minimal research; no examples or examples that do not support the claims made.
0 pts
No effort
25 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization
5 pts
Assignment is well organized and includes all of the following: an introduction that states what the paper will produce; headings; logical movement from one point to the next with good transitions; central idea that is developed and expanded; and a conclusion that summarizes submission goal and learning.
4.25 pts
Assignment is organized overall and includes several of the following: introduction; headings; orderly movement from point to point; central idea that is obvious and developed with a minimum of non-related material; and a conclusion that summarizes submission goal and learning.
3.75 pts
Assignment has several of the following organizational issues: uneven flow, lack of cohesion, no introduction or headings, content jumps from one point to another randomly without orderly transitions, central idea that is stated, but not developed; a conclusion that is not noted or does not refer to or support the purpose of the paper .
2.75 pts
Assignment lacks organization including several of the following: no use of introduction and headings; difficulty staying on track because of too much irrelevant material; central themes that are difficult to identify; no conclusion or one that does not support the paper.
0 pts
No effort
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting
10 pts
The writing is free of errors in usage (correct word usage, tense, form etc.) and mechanics (spelling, punctuation, quotation, structure – complete sentences, etc.) that would detract from a clear reading of the paper.
8.5 pts
The writing contains a few errors in usage and mechanics but the errors do not detract from a clear reading of the text.
7.5 pts
The writing contains some errors in usage and mechanics that need to be addressed for a clearer reading of the paper.
5.5 pts
The writing contains several errors in usage and mechanics that impede a clear reading of the paper.
0 pts
No effort
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Format
10 pts
Throughout the whole work, in-text references are consistently formatted using APA style, including page or paragraph; reference page includes complete bibliographic information for all required sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style.
8.5 pts
Throughout most of the work, in-text references are consistently formatted using APA style, including page or paragraph; reference page includes complete bibliographic information for all required sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style.
7.5 pts
Throughout some of the work, in-text references are consistently formatted using APA style, including page or paragraph; reference page includes complete bibliographic information for all required sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style.
5.5 pts
Throughout the work, in-text references are seldom or never formatted using APA style, including page or paragraph; reference page includes incomplete bibliographic information for required sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) is erratic and does not adhere to APA style.
0 pts
No effort
10 pts
Total Points: 75

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Business and Management

I have attached my two previous assignments. Please click on the folder to see

I have attached my two previous assignments. Please click on the folder to see my professor’s comments.
ASSIGNMENT 3 INSTRUCTIONS
In this assignment, you will continue publishing your plan to launch a new product or service. To complete
the business plan, you will now write sections that describe your growth strategy, leadership team and
key roles, and marketing plan.
In Assignment 3, you will complete the final three sections of your Business Plan:
§ Section IX: Growth Strategy / Impact Plan
§ Section X: Management Team / Leadership Team and Key Roles
§ Section XI: Marketing Plan
After all sections of the business plan are published, you will write your Executive Summary. This text will be
placed at the start of your paper, as Section I, but it is written last because it is an overview of the whole
Business Plan.
Continue to use the same big idea that you used in Assignments 1 and 2. As before, you will follow the
instructions in ONE of the three Options below and you will continue to work with the template that
matches your chosen Option. Option B – ENTREPRENEUR
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
o Write a one- to two-page overview, presenting the key points of the overall Business Plan.
Address all sections of the plan in Summary fashion. This should include a key point from
every section in the plan.
* Note: the Executive Summary is the first section in your paper, but it is the last section you will write.
This works best because the Executive Summary provides an overview of your entire Business plan.
GROWTH STRATEGY
o Compare your strategic position in the market with your competitors.
o How will you develop a loyal customer base for the products or services you sell?
o How fast will you grow?
o Where do you believe you can expand your business? (i.e., geographic areas, new markets)
o How do you believe you can expand your business? (i.e., additional products and services,
mergers, new industries, etc.)