“Inequality and Poverty” Please respond to the following: From the first e-Activity, compare and contrast the educational opportunities available to Pakistani girls and women amidst their displacement in the face of the violence and dire living conditions in the country. Specify two (2) specific opportunities you believe would be the most effective given the current context. Provide a rationale for your response. Posit whether or not that U.S. popular musicians, athletes and actors/actresses exert an important influence on shaping the behavior of people regarding matters like global poverty. Support for your position should include a discussion of current attempts to […]
“The EU, IGOs, and NGOs” Please respond to the following: From the second e-Activity, suggest at least two (2) strategies in which the European Union (EU), Inter-governmental Organizations (IGOs), and/or Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) could implement to reduce acts of piracy at an international level of public administration. Provide a rationale for your response. Propose the principal manner in which the actors and methods utilized by that IGOs, NGOs, or transnational advocacy networks influence international politics overall. Justify your response. http://www.state.gov/t/pm/ppa/piracy/c32661.htm
Marketing Debate: Has TV Advertising Lost Its Power? Long deemed the most successful marketing medium, television advertising is increasingly criticized for being too expensive and, even worse, no longer as effective as it once was. Critics maintain that consumers tune out too many ads by zipping and zapping and that it is difficult to make a strong impression. The future, claim some, is with online advertising. Supporters of TV advertising disagree, contending that the multisensory impact of TV is unsurpassed and that no other media option offers the same potential impact. Take a position: TV advertising has faded in importance versus […]
Intro to American Politics Textbook: Principles and practice of american politics classic and contemporary readings edition 6 Topic: Designing Institutions – Principles, chapter 1 – Olson Discussion questions Question 1. What are public goods? Question 2. How does the theory of groups and organizations relate to American gov’t? Question 3. How is a governmental institution or organization similar to the market? Question 4. Why will rational, self interested individuals not act to achieve their common or group interests?
Cal Koolater was hired to conduct an audit of Alpha Book Builders, a publicly held corporation in Florida. During the audit, Cal determined that the accounts receivable manager was a convicted felon, the company engaged in illegal hiring practices, and the financial statements from two previous years contained significant errors. Should Cal mention the felony conviction of the accounts receivable manager? What are Cal’s duties as an independent public accountant if, in the course of an audit, he detects information indicating that an illegal act has or may have occurred?
The owner of a fast-growing food distribution company wants to import frozen french fries from France; however, he is not sure France is the best option. The owner comes to you and asks your opinion. You know that France, Mexico, and Korea are the best sources for obtaining this product. While your research shows frozen fries from France are of the highest quality, the United States imposes a tariff of 8% on the frozen fries, which makes this option non-competitive. Which US trade laws should you consider when selecting a source? Is there any way by which you can seek […]
Dr. Arthur Ritus obtained his degree in chiropractic medicine by taking out $100,000 in Health Education Assistance Loans from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services during the period from 1995 through 1997 and from other government sources from 1998 to 2002. Loan repayment was not scheduled to start until 2005. In 2005, Dr. Ritus became one of the ordained ministers of the Millcreek Life Academy (MLA) in Millcreek, Utah. As a minister, Ritus was required to take a vow of poverty, which required him to renounce any interest in real or personal property and any income and grant […]
Thanks for the last Question. Please can you help me answer the following question thanks. Question (1) consider a proposal recommending the implementation of a new system affecting multiple departments, such as a new accounting software system. what might be some of the interests of individual department such as finance. IT, accounting, and the end – users in the project? what communication channels might you select for these different departments when delivering messages about the new accounting software system? why would you select these specific channels?. Question (2) Select a small business in your community, Briefly analyze the business”s customers […]
Complete a “consciousness-raising” activity outside of class. Consciousness-raising is a feminist practice that aims to spark discussions in order to raise awareness of issues related to feminism(s). You can complete a consciousness-raising activity outside of class by leading a discussion with friends, family, or classmates on a class topic or course reading. As the discussion facilitator, you are responsible for structuring the conversations in a productive manner. You discussion should last approximately an hour. In order to receive extra credit, you must submit a one-paragraph reflection (1 page, double spaced, in Times New Roman 12 font) stating how you structured […]
Describe how organizations can overcome the geographic, cultural, and language challenges when seeking potential overseas suppliers. Give specific examples. Decide how organizations can instill the same ethical standards in overseas suppliers, especially Asian suppliers. Explain what other two (2) assessments, in addition to what is published in the Global Competitiveness Report, you might need to determine the risks and opportunities of an overseas supplier for your company or organization or institution. Expand on the value add of these two (2) assessments.