Online office aplications is the right tool for beign more productive and can be used by people of any age to simplyfy functions.For example Word

Online office aplications is the right tool for beign more productive and can be used by people of any age to simplyfy functions.For example Word makes it very easy to create documents by using data base.One feature that is outstanding on word is the ability to mark up the same documents for changes.Other advantages is that there are thousands of templates available so its very easy to create a brochure based on a template some one has already designed.This is very recommended for a company because can produce the most of the documents traditionally created by a marketing deparment.It reduce the time and cost. I think one disadvantages is the cost,it can be very expensive and always are going to need internet.The other is the complexity,some users can be overwhelmed by the many features available.

consider how you have developed the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable your achievement of the Goals listed below: 1. Validate and evaluate the use

consider how you have developed the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable your achievement of the Goals listed below: 1. Validate and evaluate the use of epidemiology to identify major global issues in public health. 2. Originate and elaborate on both natural and man-made health concerns to include terrorism and infectious diseases of global importance. 3. Discuss advocacy for vulnerable populations and diversity and then demonstrate cultural sensitivity in care planning and collaboration. 4. Critique the essential elements of disaster and emergency interventions for health care systems. 5. Assess major organizations that are involved in global health and synthesize knowledge of important global health priorities. 6. Formulate and propose a plan to address health concerns in regards to ethical, legal, social, and public health policy, to express a concentration on interdisciplinary collaboration.

Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation

Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas. Earlier today, you attended a meeting with Shawn Williams, the new VP of global human capital management at Atlantis Global Corporation (AGC), and John Dawson, the company’s chief executive officer (CEO). John was very concerned about the financial losses at AGC. John’s main concerns were product market share and the threat of losing AGC’s market position as the top manufacturer of electronic circuit boards for high-definition television screens. However, John did not mention any issues relating to the employees who work at AGC. Last month, the general manager of one of AGC’s global subsidiaries told Shawn that it is difficult to recruit talent for AGC, that employees are not happy, and that many are leaving AGC to work for other organizations. Shawn discussed developing a new recognition-and-rewards program to attract talent, motivate employees, and improve job satisfaction. When Shawn brought the up human capital concerns at AGC in the meeting, John was not very interested and thought that employee-related issues are not critical to AGC’s performance. Shawn thinks that it will be challenging to work with John to implement a global human capital management strategy. You and Shawn are scheduled to meet next week with John and the board of directors at AGC. Due to the urgency of the company’s situation, you and Shawn decide to create a briefing about the value and need for an optimized program for the management of global human capital.

****REPLY TO EACH POST MIN 100 WORDS EACH**** 1. In this week’s forum it discusses two pathways to terrorism explained by Professor Mohammed Hafez at

****REPLY TO EACH POST MIN 100 WORDS EACH**** 1.  In this week’s forum it discusses two pathways to terrorism explained by Professor Mohammed Hafez at a Congressional Forum on Islam. The first process that is most visible is the top-down process. Hafez describes that this process is utilized by centralized organizations in which they promote radical ideology by utilizing social services. The bottom-up process is when the individual person has some sort or trauma or grievance against someone or something and eventually seek out radical groups. Critical element of the top-down process allows these groups to indoctrinate youth at early ages with radicalization and indoctrination. As where the bottom-process is usually coming from the individuals with a past grievance and may have a problem with their identity. Hafez describes that in both paths it can be both a fast and slow process but is a step by step process that leads the individual to slowly cut their ties to the secular world. Usually there is some sort of friendship that can lead them to a radical group and then often cutting ties with other friends and family. I would have to say the one that would be easier to identify and interdict would be the bottom-up process. This process is what we are typically seeing with domestic and lone wolf terrorists, and although pose a threat they would be easier to stop the radicalization process. There are more models out there for the radicalization process. King describes five radicalization pathways including Borum’s Pathway in which a individual justifies terrorism through “it’s not right” (pg. 604). The other four models are the Wittorowiez’s Theory of Joining Extremist Groups, Modhaddam’s Staircase to Terrorism, and The NYPD’s Radicalization Process (pg. 607). 2.  According to Professor Mohammed Hafez, terrorists are not motivated by one catalyst inspiring Muslim’s to commit to jihad (CSIS Forum 2007). Professor Hafez identifies three categories of radicals and two definitive paths to terrorism. The first path being the top-down process is described to be major organizations distributing ideas by the use of public welfare operations to promote extremist ideology (CSIS Forum 2007). Some of the critical elements in these models are demographics, history of violence, government deception, and tyranny from current government policies. People who feel as if there way of life are being threaten have the basic human instincts to fight for their survival (McClauley 2008). That is what I believe has been happening over the years in the Middle-east and Asia. Countries have resources that tend to benefit the elites and politics before it benefits the people. They see the US as the catalyst for these issues because of its wealth and global dominance. There is a competition for survival and right now the US is looking like the team that has all the resources its needs to stay on top. The bottom up process is less public and stemming from a list of troublesome issues from government and history. There is a network of issues individuals use to motivate their cause to extreme violence, one of the biggest motivators is persecution (McClauley 2008). These same issues can be applied to any of us. If someone committed an act of violence and killed my family I would retaliate. This is common human emotion that can be targeted for recruiting of individuals. That and you add on the belief that a paradise is awaiting you if you successfully kill your enemies you may have a number of followers dedicated to this idea. Some methods to interdict these paths are severe judicial punishment, the sense of security and the ability to disrupt funding (Berger 2010). Individuals may not tolerate the consequences of being affiliated with an organization that cannot protect its members nor have the funding to carry out their mission objectives. If the laws in a specific country are so severe to thus causing violence this may deter individuals because the cost may be their livelihood and that of their family members. It may be difficult to assess what solution may be applied to interdict these paths. Specific countries and regions have different laws and regulation that may or may not make it easier to disrupt the pathway to terrorism. From the reading material I believe the bottom up process is easier to interdict because you can track what events that can spark retaliation of a group of individuals. The top-down process presents is obvious and requires detailed observation of what information is being shared. It can prove to be misleading since it is publicly announced and may throw analysts off the and prevent interruption of their operations. I know there are other models out there leading to terrorism. There are a variety of issues at hand that may force a group of individuals to act against the government, such as politics, race, economy, and social injustices. In truth everyone just wants to ensure they have a future for their perceived way of life and do not want to be manipulated to believing that progress is what is will benefit them the most. 3.  Ted Kaczynski driving factor isn’t very clear. Although he felt some sort of resentment. It’s unclear where the feeling came from. He clearly was upset at something dealing with his parents. Could it be his mental illness had some impact in his actions or maybe he legitimately had resentment towards his parents for a reason only he knew. And his parents had forgotten. Maybe it could have been an issue that occurred within his life. Anyone is capable of committing acts of terrorism. Mental issues as we read in the past lessons are not a sole personality. Therefore radicalization should really be viewed as a complex process comprised of behavioral, psychological, economic, social, and political and personal factors that can lead to extremism. In regards of what path seems to best describe it is the Staircase to Terrorism by Moghaddam’s. The following five steps are perceived opinions to fight unfair treatment, displacement of aggression, moral engagement, solidification of categorical thinking and the perceived legitimacy of the terrorist organization, and finally the terrorist act. Tim McVeigh driving factors consisted of the events that took place in Ruby Ridge and Waco. Those events fueled his feelings of anger and oppression from the government. Although, it originally began with him being discharged from the army. Radicalization specialist often point out the following mixtures of factors that come together to produce extremism: grievance, networks, ideologies, and enabling environments and support structures.  In regards of what radicalization process, I think it’s follows Borum’s four stage model into terrorist mindset 2003. The main theoretical underpinning of the model was to demonstrate how grievances can be turned into hatred against a particular group. 4. Ted Kaczynski was an interesting case of homegrown extremism because it is a rare case of a truly independent terrorist. Every model that we have studied points towards a connection with an organization, an inspiration by the rhetoric of an extremist group, or an inspiration caused by a religious teacher. Kaczynski did not fit this profile. Within the case studies, the only reference made to an outside connection with other likeminded believers was extreme left-wing books in Kaczynski’s cabin. Kaczynski was inspired to violence by what he perceived as a technologically driven world that was controlling its citizens. He believed that people had become robots or slaves to technology. This hatred of technology is what led him to moving to a secluded, wilderness home. The technological injects into that world, such as timber workers and overhead aircraft, became the targets of his violence. “Borum’s Pathway” is the closest radicalization process to explain Ted Kaczynski’s path to violence. He viewed the technological world as the perpetrator and the agrarian world as the victim and more ideal end state. This mimics Borum’s first two steps of judging your situation as unfair and another situation as ideal. Steps three and four are to develop someone to blame and then to vilify that person or persons. Kaczynski blamed technology companies, educational centers, and even the airlines for imposing this world on people (King & Taylor, 2011). Timothy McVeigh is a dramatically different case because he appears to be a lonewolf terrorist but is actually part of a group. McVeigh’s primary grievance was what he viewed as oppression of American citizens by the federal government. The cases of Ruby Ridge and Waco made McVeigh believe that the government was unjustifiably killing its own citizens. These killings were the result of those citizens exercising their rites to gun ownership, which was an important rite to McVeigh. The best model to explain McVeigh’s radicalization is “Sageman’s Four Prongs.” Sageman uses three cognitive factors and one physical factor that will lead to violence (King & Taylor, 2011). The cognitive factors existed for McVeigh. The first factor is “moral outrage”. McVeigh was outraged that the federal government would use violence to do acts that he considered to be oppression. The second factor is a “frame to interpret the world”. McVeigh believed that he was a soldier to fight oppression. The third is “personal experience”. The defining experience for McVeigh was joining the Army and then failing out of Special Forces. This created an internal rift between him and the government. The physical factor is “mobilization through networks.” McVeigh met likeminded people in the Army who would eventually become his accomplices. He was also heavily inspired by the book . The

You own a small real estate company in Indianapolis. You track the real estate properties you list for clients. You want to analyze sales for

You own a small real estate company in Indianapolis. You track the real estate properties you list for clients. You want to analyze sales for selected properties. Yesterday, you prepared a workbook with a worksheet for recent sales data and another worksheet listing several properties you listed. You want to calculate the number of days that the houses were on the market and their sales percentage of the list price. In one situation, the house was involved in a bidding war between two families that really wanted the house. Therefore, the sale price exceeded the list price Start Excel. Download   and open the file named .   Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the   filename. The owners of the   house on 386 East Elm Street took their house off the market. You want to delete   that row since it did not sell. Delete row 8, which has incomplete sales data. You want to assign a   property ID to each listing. The code will have the year 2021 with a   sequential number. Type in cell A5 and use Auto Fill to complete the   series to assign a property ID to each property in the range A6:A12. Real estate agents   study the number of days houses are on the market. In some cases, the longer   a house is on the market, it might indicate the asking price is too high. Enter a formula in cell C5 that calculates the number of days the first house   was on the market by subtracting the date listed from the date sold. Copy the   formula to the range C6:C12. Monetary values look   better when they are formatted to display the dollar signs. Because all   monetary values are whole numbers, you will decrease the decimal points to   avoid columns where all the data ends in .00. Format the list prices and sold prices in the range F5:G12 with Accounting   Number Format with zero decimal places. To analyze the real   estate market, it is ful to calculate the selling prices as a percentage   of the list price. For example, the second house was listed for $500,250, but   it sold for only $400,125. Therefore, the sale percentage of the list price   is .7999 or 79.99%. Enter a formula in cell H5 that calculates the sales price percentage of the   list price for the first house by dividing the sold price by the list price.   Copy the formula to the range H6:H12. The calculated   percentages need to be formatted with the percent symbol rather than   displaying the values as raw numbers. Format the values in the range H5:H12 with Percent Style with two decimal   places. Currently, the labels   on row 4 are hard to read. You will wrap the headings within each cell to   improve readability. Wrap the headings in the range A4:H4. For better sequencing   of columns, you want to display the Days on Market column after the two   columns containing the dates. Insert a new column between the and columns.   Move the data to the   new blank column F by moving the range C4:C12 to F4:F12. Delete column C. You notice the list   contains a wrong date and wrong list price that need to be corrected. Edit the list date of the house to be . Edit the list price of the   house on to be . Increasing the height   of the rows of data and centering the data vertically between the top and   bottom cell margins will make it easier for the other agents to review the   data. Select the property rows (rows 5:12), set a row height, and apply   Middle Align. Displaying borders   s separate the property listings. Apply the All Borders border style to the range A4:H12. You want to improve   the alignment of number of days on market below the column label. Apply Align Right and increase the indent two times on the days on market   formula results in the range E5:E12. The widths of the   columns containing the Days on Market, List Price, and Sold Price data need   to be adjusted for better appearance. Set the Days on Market column width to . Set the List Price and Sold   Price column widths to The property listings   dataset is small. To improve readability on the printed copy for the other   real estate agents, you will increase the scaling. Apply 120% scaling. You don’t need the   data on the Properties sheet but you do want to insert another sheet for   formulas. Delete the Properties sheet and insert a new sheet named You want to copy the   original data to the new sheet so that you can modify the duplicated data. Use the Select All feature to select all data on the Houses Sold worksheet   and copy it to the Formulas worksheet. You do not want to   display the columns containing dates on the new worksheet. Hide the Date Listed and Date Sold columns in the Formulas worksheet. You want to review   the formulas within the worksheet and prepare the Formulas sheet to be   printed. Display cell formulas. Set options to print row and column headings. Set 6.86   column width for column E and 6 for column H. You want to apply   page setup options to both sheets, so you need to group the sheets first. Group the two worksheets. Select Landscape orientation. Center the page   horizontally and vertically between the margins. With both worksheets   still grouped, insert a footer with the text on the left side,   the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side. Save and close . Exit   Excel. Submit the file as directed.

Reply to this discussion. Advocacy in nursing practice is a relatively modern idea that is of such importance that it is incorporated in the moral

Reply to this discussion. Advocacy in nursing practice is a relatively modern idea that is of such importance that it is incorporated in the moral codes of nursing institution. For patients, nursing advocacy s in illustrating the power of nursing and improves the quality of health outcomes. Nursing advocacy in the healthcare sector is regarded essential since nurses act as the link between the patients and the healthcare system (Ahmadi, 2016). Additionally, nurses through appropriate performance of their advocacy role in protecting patients who are vulnerable and have experienced varying degrees of damage. Nursing advocacy is an ethic of practice and involves practices such as preserving human dignity, promoting patient equality and providing freedom from suffering. Nursing advocacy is also about ensuring that patients have the right to make decisions regarding their health. The evolving healthcare needs and the challenges surrounding healthcare provision among various countries has made it essential for healthcare providers including nurses to advance the needs of the population (Chicago, 2018). A critical components economic growth and prosperity, the public has a right to access of quality care at affordable cost. This has not been the case in recent years with most insurance and pharmaceutical companies prioritizing profit over wellbeing. Nurses through their role as advocates have aired their grievances over this matter through seeking the development of policies that shield low-income populations from extortionary healthcare costs and ensure access to care at their convenience. In addition to policy development, nurses in their advocacy support patients through providing education about care through facilitating open dialogue about symptoms and healthcare habits. Nurses can also integrate scientific evidence based knowledge and patient preferences into their care as a way of ensuring improved health and wellbeing. As a nursing provider, there are many instances where I have acted as an advocate. While working in hospice care, there was a cancer patient I was caring for who could not afford pain medication. She had no medical insurance and having been out of a job for six months had no way to pay for her medication through out of pocket means. The patient was always in agony and upon noticing this; I talked to my supervisor about her case. We decided to educate her on alternative therapies for pain management that were accessible to her and as a result improved her wellbeing. We were able to connect her with an acupuncturist who provided free services for chronically ill patients. This is among the memorable cases I have had since upon recovery, the patient called to me for the care I provided. Overall, advocacy is an essential component of healthcare that should be embraced and supported. References Ahmadi, F. (2016). Patient advocacy from the clinical nurses’ viewpoint: a qualitative study. . Chicago, L. (2018, July 18). . Retrieved from Loyola University Chicago: https://absn.luc.edu

Instructions: You will compose an initial alert and warning based on a series of two suspicious bombings that occurred at noontime in the commercial/downtown district

Instructions: You will compose an initial alert and warning based on a series of two suspicious bombings that occurred at noontime in the commercial/downtown district of your community (or nearest city). This alert and warning must be less than 160 words, so conciseness and brevity are important. Due to the bombings, the local police department has initiated an immediate evacuation of a 1/4 mile radius around the crisis point and are asking residents to stay away from this area until further notice. Two main roads are currently closed in that area. Residents are further asked to be alert for suspicious activity and packages, as there is the potential for further incidents. Public shelters have been established at two local public schools for persons in the evacuation zone and their domestic pets. A hotline has been set-up by the local emergency management office to report suspicious information to (1-555-555-RPRT) and their website will be updated on a regular basis with information for the public. Requirements Headline:

Select one question to analyze. Referring to the three fundamental principles and three precepts of finance below, integrate a principle, a precept, or both in

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Effective writing involves making conscious choices with words. When you prepare to sit down to write your first draft, you likely have already completed some

Effective writing involves making conscious choices with words. When you prepare to sit down to write your first draft, you likely have already completed some freewriting exercises, chosen your topic, developed your thesis statement, written an outline, and even selected your sources. When it is time to write your first draft, start to consider which words to use to best convey your ideas to the reader. Some writers are picky about word choice as they start drafting. They may practice some specific strategies, such as using a dictionary and thesaurus, using words and phrases with proper connotations, and avoiding slang, clichés, and overly general words. Once you understand these tricks of the trade, you can move ahead confidently in writing your assignment. Remember, the skill and accuracy of your word choice is a major factor in developing your writing style. Precise selection of your words will you be more clearly understood—in both writing and speaking. (15.3 Word Choice, n.d., paras. 1–3) In this discussion on writing, you will utilize two of the most beneficial resources for effective business writers: a dictionary and a thesaurus, as well as tap into popular and scholarly research to consider the words contained in the Virtuous Business Model—and with good reason—to critically assess the word choices. After all, whether in one-on-one discussions or group discussions, speeches, or written communication—we all must choose our words well. Even professional writers need with the meanings, spellings, pronunciations, and uses of particular words. In fact, they rely on to them write better. No one knows every word in the English language and their multiple uses and meanings, so all writers, from novices to professionals, can benefit from the use of dictionaries. Look at the following sample dictionary entry and see which of the preceding information you can identify: myth, mith, n. [Gr. mythos, a word, a fable, a legend.] A fable or legend embodying the convictions of a people as to their gods or other divine beings, their own beginnings and early history and the heroes connected with it, or the origin of the world; any invented story; something or someone having no existence in fact. —myth • ic, myth • i • cal Like a dictionary, a is another indispensable writing tool. A thesaurus gives you a list of synonyms, words that have the same (or very close to the same) meaning as another word. It also lists antonyms, words with the opposite meaning of the word. A thesaurus will you when you are looking for the perfect word with just the right meaning to convey your ideas. It will also you learn more words and use the ones you already know more correctly. precocious, adj., She’s such a precocious little girl!: uncommonly smart, mature, advanced, smart, bright, brilliant, gifted, quick, clever, apt. Ant. slow, backward, stupid. (15.3 Word Choice, n.d., paras. 1–3) Do words amaze you? If not so much, or if you haven’t really given any thought to it before now, consider this: Perhaps what is MOST AMAZING of all is that with just 26 letters in the alphabet, we each have our own way of saying things—the way we communicate in speech and writing. We truly have a voice all our own. Yes, we have a voice in print much like we have in sound when we speak. That is why people can sometimes recognize the work of an author they are familiar with just by reading a few lines of text. (An instructor also recognizes the voice of their students, even in print.) And to think we can conduct a plagiarism checker – comparing one person’s written work against thousands and thousands of written works by others – with some written texts being hundreds of years old – and all from the construct of just 26 words. It boggles the mind! We now begin to fathom how significant it is that we each have a ‘knack’ of uniquely crafting our sentences – and selecting the words that form them. How regularly do you access a dictionary, in print or online? When did you last use a thesaurus—in print or the tool located in Word? The two resources will be highly indispensable when writing your applied doctoral project consulting report. And while there may be exceptions, typically, neither resource should be used to replace any ‘formal’ words that are specific to a theory, model, academic concept, or business practice. When using the example of a formal theory name, would be replaced with Adam’s impartiality theory or Adam’s fairness theory even though the substituted words have similar meanings. Rather, when looking at a theory, model, academic concept or business practice, we should build on the work of other researchers—especially if we aim to alter the wording or its meaning in some way. There should be a valid reason for making changes to formal social science constructs—including the conceptual model known as the Virtuous Business Model. Consistency of word and definition use is beneficial for comparative purposes in research. There are times, however, when it may be necessary to revise previously accepted definitions to advance knowledge. In fact, alterations in definitions often indicate progression but, of course, they may also merely indicate differences in research findings or differences of authorial opinion. For this assignment, you are going to progress in your critical thinking and writing skills by taking a close look at the Virtuous Business Model and, particularly, the words making up the model.  As you look at the model, ask the following: You are invited to think critically about the VBM and the word choices comprising it. References Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). How many words are there in English?