Within the criminal justice system, courts operate in what is often termed an adversarial model. By this we mean that both the prosecution and defense take opposing sides of a position and argue that their side is the one with which the court should side.
In your initial response, discuss how the adversarial model impacts the treatment of victims, especially during court proceedings. Evaluate whether or not the adversarial model utilized by the courts works to the advantage or against a crime victim.
Please address the following in APA format. Read this case study that presents the IMAGES approach used by MEDRAD to improve quality. Discuss (a) how the IMAGES approach is different from or similar to the DMAIC approach, (b) how each of the stakeholders listed in Figure 1 was related to the project, and (c) the advantages of the affinity diagram shown in Figure 2.
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In APA format, choose a process at an organization of your choice (for example, your workplace) that you think needs improvement. The process could be a purchasing process, an employee recruitment process, a manufacturing process, a design process, or any other process of your interest. In two or three pages, write the problem statement.
For additional details, please refer to the Course Project Document located in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics section of the course.
You will explain to a non-technical audience how something works and what it looks like.
You will choose an object or a process with which you are familiar. You will describe this object or process to an audience that has little or no background of the subject.
Keep in mind that you are not writing instructions on how to do something. You wrote instructions for writing assignment #1. For writing assignment #2, you will describe an activity that takes place. You will describe how a phenomenon happens or how a mechanism works. For example, you could describe how the heart pumps blood in the human body. But you would not give instructions on how to take someone’s blood. Other examples could describe how a bill becomes a law, how an insect changes through complete metamorphosis, or how a cotton gin works.
Write a minimum 4 page report explaining the results from your analysis of the ROI of Business Majors and Engineering Majors. Use your results from each week’s assignment to make this report.
This report should include:
- A detailed description of the data used in this analysis – specifically explain what the data in each column represents.
- A detailed explanation of any information learned about:
- School Type for each major;
- The Cost for each major;
- The 30 Year ROI for each major;
- The Annual % ROI for each major.
- Explanations should be supported with the results obtained from your work in previous weeks.
- Finally, answer the following questions and support your answer with your results.
- Does there appear to be a particular major that gives a better ROI? Why or Why not?
- Given that we are using statistical inference to make our conclusions, is it guaranteed that the major you choose that gave a better ROI for this sample will always have a better ROI than the other major? Explain your reasoning
This literature article name is “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening”. Now these are professor’s questions: I mentioned in this week’s lecture notes that this poem expresses an opposite idea from the “carpe diem” poets. What is Frost saying here about taking time to appreciate the beauty of nature? How is this different from what the “carpe diem” poets say? How does Frost fit appreciating nature into the rest of our daily activities (based on evidence from this poem)?
you must post a substantial reply to these initial question. using specific details and examples from the work of literature in question to support your response. It will be at least 150-250 words long (approximately one or two paragraphs).
- Download and analyze the SWOT analysis of Fictional Auto Company.
- In a minimum of 500 words, describe how Fictional Auto Company can utilize this information to its benefit. Include how Fictional Auto Company can turn its weaknesses and threats into strengths and opportunities.
The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded:
- Write between 500 – 750 words (approximately 2 – 3 pages) using Microsoft Word.
- Attempt APA style, see example below.
- Use font size 12 and 1” margins.
- Include cover page and reference page.
- At least 60% of your paper must be original content/writing.
- No more than 40% of your content/information may come from references.
- Reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) must be identified in the paper and listed on a reference page.
The article name is “The Road Not Taken”. you just write summary of this article. You can also consider what your response was to the work of literature: did it make you think of some of your own experiences, or other things you have read? How? Explain these connections in your entry, which should be at least 2-3 paragraphs long.
This week we learned about the presidency, the powers of the presidency, and the unique way our president is elected via the Electoral College. In this assignment you will be guided in creating a complete argument regarding whether or not you think the Electoral College should be kept or eliminated.
This activity will be useful practice in how to create and present and thoughtful argument. The ability to create and communicate a thoughtful argument will help you out in future studies and in any career.
Your essay must be at least 500 words long.
Follow these steps to create an argument in the form of an essay:
Step 1: In one or two very clear sentences state whether or not you think the Electoral College should be kept or eliminated. This is called writing a thesis statement.
Step 2: In three paragraphs describing three (3) arguments that support your position regarding the Electoral College. Give each argument one paragraph. Do not just list three arguments in support of your position regarding the Electoral College. You must tell the reader why each of your three arguments supports your position on the Electoral College.
Step 3: In three paragraphs describe three (3) arguments that go against your position regarding the Electoral College. This is called addressing counterarguments. Give each counterargument one paragraph. Describe the counterargument and then tell the reader of your essay why that counterargument should be dismissed.
Step 4: Write one paragraph concluding your essay. Restate your initial position on the Electoral College. And review the one or two arguments that you found to be the most compelling in support of your position.
After reading this week’s lectures on the qualities of a Fair-Minded Thinker, select one quality you feel you possess and describe how you embody this quality. http://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/glossary-of-…
Next, select two qualities you feel you need to improve upon.
Using the five step decision making process outlined below, create a plan of action to improve in those areas. Please be sure to outline the specific steps you’ll take to overcome any obstacles you face.
Your completed assignment should be written primarily in first person and should be 500-750 words in length. If you use sources in your writing, be sure to identify them. If you use any direct language from a source, be sure to place those words in quotation marks.
Decision Making Process
- Step One: As clearly as possible, define the decision you are faced with.
- Step Two: Consider each possible choice you have for resolving the issue.
- Step Three: Gather as much relevant information as time allows, and identify the pros and cons of each of the choices you have to solve your issue.
- Step Four: Based on your list of pros and cons, choose the best method for resolving the issue.
- Step Five: Construct a plan of action to implement your method (be sure to leave yourself enough flexibility to make adjustments as necessary).