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Canadian Wildfire Access Model

Develop an Access model for the Canadian 2003 Kelowna wildfire.  Also, compare and contrast the components of the two frameworks. Please cite any references.

Please see the 2 attachments for more details on how to answer this question and what exactly an Access Model is.

Stress and Sleep

Look over the list you created from the Stress and Sleep booklet on external stressors. Using that list name at least two common external stressors you may be able to eliminate from your life.

-How do you think you can eliminate them?
-Will it be easy or difficult to do so?

Maybe you have a ritual to shut down your day and calm your mind.

-If so, can you identify two ways to improve upon your current ritual?
-If not, what two or three things can you put in place to prepare your body and mind for a restorative nights sleep?

Asian and Pacific Islander (API) women and media

You will be responsible for writing a paper (2 pages) regarding the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) women and media. Please use a credible newspaper (New York Times, the Atlantic, Reuters, Associated Press, etc.) and analyze the article.

-What is the article about?

-What does the term 'hypersexual' mean? What are some examples of these roles?

-How are Asian American women portrayed?

-What can be done to diversify the roles that API women play in the media?

International Political Economy

Pick one question only!

1.    Critically evaluate the role that trade liberalisation has played in Chinas economic growth in the last decades and whether it can be emulated by other developing countries today.

2.    How has the production and appropriation of economic value been transformed by the globalisation of production since the 1970s? Critically discuss with reference to the governance and organisational dynamics of a global value chain within a sector of your choice.

3.    How can an expanded conception of extractivism be employed to critically explore contemporary relationships between extractivism and development?

4.    In what ways can everyday consumption patterns [of a product/service of your choice] contribute to reinvigorating [or unsettling] dominant socio-economic relations?

5.    What stands in the way of meaningfully addressing the global climate crisis?

African American Experience

Discuss the civil rights movement. What civil rights did blacks achieve?  How did the Civil Rights Movement Change over time?  Compare and Contrast the different approaches to Civil Rights issues.  Was the Civil Rights Movement Successful? Explain your position

1. A minimum of three Academic sources is required.
2. You must give specific examples from the secondary and/or primary sources used in the development of the paper and must cite these sources following the APA style.  Find examples here
3. Please limit your use of direct quotations ( no more than 2) and use APA style guidelines for citation.

Peer Review of Introduction

In this discussion board, you will begin writing your argument essay due at the end of Unit 7 by submitting the introduction to your essay. The introduction is the opening of your essay. You want to hook the reader from the first paragraph of your essay. In order to do that, you will need to pay attention to the first sentence you use in your essay. You want to engage the readers with that sentence. Your next sentences will briefly explain your essay topics. Finally, end the introduction with a thesis statement that reveals your argument as well as your topics.
Here is a sample introduction on cyberbullying in high school to give you an idea of how an introduction should be organized:
Cyberbullying through online platforms, such as Twitter, has become a growing problem that needs to be strongly addressed in public high schools around the country. Why, one might ask, is cyberbullying such an important issue? Cyberbullying is the act of bullying someone online. Often, that bullying

Careers in Human Services

I choose  community and service networker, community planner, consultant, mobilizer, and outreach worker.
Instructions for work.
This week you'll read chapter 2 in the Introduction to Human Services book, and have a chance to research a human services career of interest to you as part of your discussion this week. Make sure you use a human services based career and use at least one, ideally two, sources of information with citations and references. Those are always required

Select a career in human services that interest you.  Visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook and answer the following questions: 1) What are the primary tasks associated with this career (in other words, describe the career)?  2) What are the educational requirements, salary and projected growth of this career? 3) What motivated you to choose this career path?  What values or characteristics would be reflected in this work?

Attached has the ru

language ideology

Haviland (2003) & language ideology:

For todays session, you read Haviland (2003), an analysis of how language ideologies are central to the practice of U.S. law. For this discussion post, you will analyze how language ideologies are part of the current Presidential impeachment trial unfolding in the U.S. Congress. At a fundamental level, the impeachment trial is about language: did then-President Trumps words incite a violent insurrection?

Begin by viewing this 25-minute segment of the defense teams opening argument.

Your analysis will be grounded in Havilands discussion of language ideology. To define language ideology as a concept, he cites a 1990 essay by anthropologist Alan Rumsey: shared bodies of commonsense notions about the nature of language in the world (764). And, he identifies an especially pervasive language ideology that circulates in U.S. law, the referential ideology: the notion t

International Relations

This assignment is a take-home essay consisting of 3 questions (1, 2a, and 2b). The answers should fill about 2 pages. The objective is to test knowledge and assimilation of the course objectives. Please exclusively use the course materials to support each answer; you will not find the answers on Google or websites. To answer these questions use your own words; do not use quotations.

In Chapter 3 of our reading International Relations: A Very Short Introduction, Wilkinson discusses intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and the United Nations in particular. He writes:

Thus, while it is true that the UN Charter gives the world organization stronger powers   it has failed time and again when confronting major threats to peace and security. However, when I say the UN has failed I am really criticizing the member states, for it is they who decide (or fail to decide) what, if anything, the UN should do.

It is therefore a mistake to judge the UN as an autonom

Genetic testing and how it can benefit or society or deteriorate it as it becomes more available.

above is a link to the video: It is called Cracking your Genetic Code Season 39, Ep 9. 53 Minutes long.

It does not need to be a full 550 words BUT it NEEDS to answer the essay questions below. 1 paragraph for each question.

1. In your words, what is meant by the phrase Genetic Code?

In the movie they obtained DNA from different sources, what were those sources? What other sources would be preferable? What sources would you avoid? Why?

3. One of the people in the movie said that if they tried they might fail, and that would be a good thing? Who said that and what did he mean?

4. They talked about a disease called CFwhat does that stand for? What part of the body does it affect? How much does the treatment for CF cost?

5. What do you predict for the future regarding peoples Genetic Code? There were two sides to the debate, what were they? Discuss each side.
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