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    “My papa’s Waltz”

    “My papa’s Waltz”

    Paper instructions:
    “my papa’s waltz” by Theodore Roethke
    In the essay should include

    1)    Describing the title and the poem briefly
    2)    Underline the thesis statement
    3)    What patters are you seeing or discovering?
    4)    What seems to be the most interesting, most important, aspects of the poem?
    5)    What themes, images, and formal structures can you identify?
    6)      Give the best explanation of the poem

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    Enron and Walmart (White Collar Crime)

    Enron and Walmart (White Collar Crime)

    Project description
    Write a short essay-type paper that describes your reactions to the Wal-Mart and Enron cases.

    Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

    http://documentaryaddict.com/Enron+The+Smartest+Guys+in+the+Room-766-doc.html

    Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

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    Tongan, American, Tongan American or something else and why

    Tongan, American, Tongan American or something else and why

    Paper instructions:
    For this assignment you will choose a character from the book and answer the discussion questions from his or her point of view. Look through Part II of the book to find details about your character’s life. Think about how he or she would answer each question. Write your answer using first person.

    First: Choose a character and start a thread with that character’s name in the title. (There are 9 possible characters to choose from: Seini, Eseta, Manu, Malia, Atu, Finau, Palu (Emma), Vei, Lio Jr.)

    Second: Answer each question from your character’s point of view. Use specific details from the book. You can use quotes, but put the events in your own words. Write at least 1 paragraph per question. (Question 5 can be one sentence each)

    Third: For question 5, write two discussion questions you want to ask two particular characters (or all the characters in general).

    Questions:

    1. Give a brief introduction of you, your family and your life. What is the most important experience you have had in your life and why?

    2. Tell us about what your home looks like and what your home means to you. In this you could describe the significance of the design, rooms, decorations, how it was built, who lives there, where it is, etc. How does this home differ from the places where other people in your family (or village) live?

    3. Do you feel Tongan, American, Tongan American or something else and why? Has this changed over time? How do you feel that migration has impacted your family, your life and culture?

    4. How do you feel about being interviewed by Cathy Small and being part of her book? Do you feel that Cathy is part of your family, why or why not? What do you think is the value of participating in an anthropological study like this one? Were there any negative aspects of participating in her study?

    5. Look at the list of characters. Choose two characters and write questions for them. These questions should be from your character’s point of view. Think about people your character might have a special relationship, argument or issue with. For example, Vei might ask Emma what she thinks her life would have been like if she had stayed in Tonga instead of migrated, etc.

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    Library Orientation Analysis

    Library Orientation Analysis

    Paper instructions:
    Me and my class went to the a library orientation, I want you to write 3-4 paragraphs explaining was it a good orientation? Did you have any problems completing the worksheet? (the teacher gave the class a worksheet to complete and I think it wasnt difficult at all, because I go to the library on a regular basis), If you had problems what were they? ( I dont think I had any problems completing the worksheet nor any problems finding books in the library). If you didn’t have any problems, why was it easy to complete the worksheet? ( It was easy because I have used the library a couple of times and asked the librarians if I had any problems), What suggestions would you have for other classmates who are doing the same assignment?

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    Finance and Accounting

    Finance and Accounting

    Project description
    Answer the following question:

    Bank: Emirates Islamic Bank

    Question: Find a sample contract in Emirates Islamic Bank and identify the penalties and liquidated damages

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    minimum wage

    minimum wage

    Paper instructions:
    Should the Federal Government raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour?

    State why or why not and give at least 2 sources other than your text book.  Cite APA

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    Identifying the Major Muscles

    Identifying the Major Muscles

    Paper instructions:
    identify the major muscles located in the body. where are the origins and insertion of these muscles? list the intended actions as well as an exercise or movement for each. a minimum of fifteen muscle required (minimum of 250 words and a max of 275) personal training project

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    Fallacy Collection

    Fallacy Collection

    Project description
    Please read this direction carefully and please ask me if you have any question. Thank You.

    Senestraro’s ELAC Summer 2014 Phil 6: Fallacy Collection: Extra Credit

    Due on Wed 7/16, the day before our final. Worth up to 25 points. No late Fallacy Collections will be accepted, under any circumstances. You may turn it in earlier, but it must turned in in-person: You may not rely on any fallacy websites. Attempting to use these websites is plagiarizing. If you do it, I will fail you for the entire class and I will report you to the administration for disciplinary action.

    Find five examples of fallacies from media sources. Each example is worth up to five points:
    ? 1 point for finding an argument, rather than a report, illustration, explanation, unsupported claim, etc.;
    ? 1 point for identifying the premises and conclusion of the argument, including any IP’s or IC;
    ? 2 points for correctly naming the fallacy—Slippery Slope, Weak Analogy, etc.;
    ? 1 points for correctly explaining why it’s that named fallacy.
    ? If the argument is fallacious, but not one of our named fallacies, you may apply the counter-example method to the argument, worth 3 points.

    Note: Only one fallacy per passage. There may be more than one fallacy in each comment. That’s ok. But don’t use one passage for more than one fallacy. See my last sample below for an illustration of this. And notice that a report of an argument is not itself an argument.

    A good place to look for fallacies is in the online comments following newspaper and magazine articles, like the LATimes. Or, in any discussion forum on topics of controversy, political or religious.. I suggest you use Google news to find articles on controversial issues. These types of articles usually generate the most fallacy-filled comments. And you may not use advertisements as fallacy sources.

    Here’s what you must do:
    1) Include the passage. Either cut and paste the passage into a word doc, or physically cut the article out and attach it to your assignment.
    2) If needed, supply any unstated but implied premises (IP’s) or conclusion (IC) to complete the argument.
    3) Identify the fallacy by name and briefly explain why it’s the fallacy you say it is; or apply the counter-example method to the argument.

    Here’s an example:

    From the comments following an article in the LA Times online about the Arizona Illegal Immigrant ID Law:

    trevor1331 at 9:13 AM May 02, 2010 (The author was responding to comments by those critical of the Arizona law.)
    “If, by the way, folks find America racist and unfair – there is a wonderful and simple solution: Leave.”

    False Dilemma: The author seems to be saying that if one finds America racist and unfair then they should either not criticize America or they should leave. (He doesn’t actually say that they should not criticize America/Arizona. But since he’s responding to those who are criticizing the proposed Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship, there’s reason to say this is implied.) Of course, it follows then that critics have two options: Either leave or shut up—stop criticizing America/Arizona. But that’s a false dilemma. These aren’t the only options. This is a democracy. That means the citizens may speak out against what our government does, or proposes to do. It’s part of participating in democracy. (I would argue that it’s not just ok to do, but required of us as citizens of a democracy.)

    As this example illustrates, it’s not always easy to clearly explicate the argument given. With arguments from these sources, they’re often only half-given. Usually, the best course is to re-construct what you think the author intends for the argument to say, using the context and what the author actually says as evidence. That’s what I tried to do above. The more time you spend looking through sources, the more chance you’ll have of finding easier ones to do where the author more clearly and fully gives his/her argument.

    Here’s more from the same comment:
    Secondly, it is certainly unfair that laws are enforced – to lawbreakers. What is fair about getting pulled over speeding? What is fair about being busted for smoking pot? Oh, I remember – because they are ILLEGAL.

    Begs the Question: The author cites the fact that it’s illegal as the reason why the law is fair. But the issue is whether the law is fair or unfair. So citing the fact that it IS the law presumes without argument that this law is fair BECAUSE it’s the law; or (worse), presumes that every law is fair BECAUSE it’s the law. That’s clearly Begging the Question.

    Here’s another example that’s more straightforward:

    In Montana, an old arcade game worth a fortune (LA Times, 10/2011)

    The outside world recently discovered this town’s classic gypsy fortuneteller booth. Only one or two of its kind are left in the world. Collectors are offering millions, but cash-strapped Virginia City won’t sell. ‘We love her,’ says one official.
    Janna Norby, a former curator whose position was one of the five eliminated by the commission this year, said she wouldn’t want to see the gypsy sold even if it meant getting her job back. “We set up the whole operation to save the town, not sell the town,” she said. “You keep selling stuff, you’ll have nothing left. No tourists, no jobs, no town.”

    This is a slippery slope fallacy. She’s arguing that if the town sells the valuable gypsy fortuneteller, it will lead to selling everything in the town, and that will lead to “no jobs, no town.” IC: So, the town shouldn’t sell the gypsy. But there’s no good reason to think selling the gypsy will lead to any of that. That’s why it’s a slippery slope. In fact, there’s more reason to think that by selling the gypsy for millions, the town would have more chance of surviving than if they don’t.

    One more example, also from the LA Times:

    UC San Diego professor who studies disobedience gains followers — and investigators
    When protesting students spilled into University of California campus courtyards in March, Ricardo Dominguez took to the streets in his own way — digitally — leading a march to the online office of the UC president.

    Comment on this article:
    Olivia G at 11:25 PM May 6, 2011
    Now we remember why we still import teachers from Philippines and India, because the so called professors from that side of the border are a bunch of cuckoos.

    Remember: Don’t use a passage like this one for more than one fallacy. There may be more than one fallacy in this short passage, but you may only do one.

    Ad Hominem (Abusive): The author doesn’t address the merits of what Prof Dominguez did. She just resorts to trying to insult him by suggesting that he is from “that side of the border”—south, presumably—and professors from there are “cuckoos”. First, we don’t know where he’s from. The article didn’t say. (I didn’t include all of it, but trust me, it didn’t say.) And more importantly, what she says is not in any way relevant to assessing the merits of what he did, and that’s the issue being addressed by the comments; so it’s an Abusive—or perhaps, Circumstantial–Ad Hominem fallacy.

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    Contract and negligence

    Contract and negligence

    Present your work in one business report style which should include table of contents, reference list, summary and conclusions. Harvard referencing style
    Summary
    1.1. Explain the importance of the essential elements required for the formation of a valid contract
    1.2. Discuss the impact of different types of contract
    1.3. Analyze terms in contracts with reference to their meaning and effect
    2.1. Apply the elements of contract in given business Scenarios
    2.2. Apply the law on terms in different contracts
    2.3. evaluate the effect of different terms in given contracts
    3.1. Contrast liability in tort with contractual liability
    3.2. Explain the nature of liability in negligence
    3.3. Explain how a business can be vicariously liable
    4.1. Apply the elements of the tort of negligence and defenses in different business situations
    4.2. Apply the elements of vicarious liability in given business situations.

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    Corporate Taxes

    Corporate Taxes

    Paper instructions:
    I NEED SOMEONE WHO KNOES ABOUT ALOT ABOUT THIS SUBJECT!!
    This is a different kind of paper. I need about 1-2 paragraph answers the questions I have posted. with 1-2 references per answer.
    It needs to be  written in own words and not copied from a book or online source.
    Also in well English with no grammar errors.

    3.    State law varies as to the reporting requirements for liquidating a corporation. Using your home region/state/city(Katy, Texas) research the liquidation reporting requirements at the state and federal level and post the requirements to the discussion board. What are your thoughts on the requirements of your home state as compared to state requirements made by your peers?
    4.    Find a current article not more than two years old, discussing the acquisition of a foreign corporation by a U.S parent. Discuss how the transaction was structured, including: the parties involved, the country that the foreign corporation is located in, the value of the transaction, and any additional relevant information. Include the article citation in your post.
    5.    Advantages and disadvantages exist to filing a consolidated return. Research the various resources you have available and identify an example of when a consolidated return has been advantageous to a group and when consolidation status has not worked to the group’s advantage. Discuss the various pros and cons of a consolidated return.
    6.    Review the legislation of your home state/region/city that allows the formation of limited liability companies. Summarize the legislation and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of LLCs. Based on your research, what type of business activities use LLCs as the form of business in your area.
    7.    Review three court cases no more than five years old about salaries paid to shareholders of S-Corporations.  Based on the cases reviewed, discuss the outcomes in court decisions about salaries paid to shareholders of S corporations and whether or not you agree with the court’s decision.
    8.    Estate taxes are complex and require a lot of skill to navigate for complex estates. Take a position on the fairness of the current estate tax laws and recommend changes you would propose to the law to make estate taxes fairer and/or a rationale for eliminating gift taxes. From your research, offer support for your rationale.

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