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Preventing tourism-related crimes: Strategies

Preventing tourism-related crimes: Strategies. GAUGE TO PREVENT TOURISM-RELATED CRIMES PROPONENTS: ARINGO, MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER GUIANAN, AUBREY MANZANILLA, NICKO RABANO, JAYE CLARENCE SABAO, JASPER ADVISER: JIDDEH N. SELDA, MBA Introduction Growth in tourism has led to increase opportunities and incidences of crimes. These crimes happened for several reasons. First, tourists are lucrative targets since they typically carry large sums of money and other valuables. Second, tourists are vulnerable because they are more likely to be relaxed and sometimes careless while on vacation. Finally, tourists are often less likely to report crimes to testify against suspects, wishing to avoid problems or a return trip. Crimes are made by people who motivate themselves to create bad intensions. In order for the researchers to purposely maintain tourism in the country and to promote the magnificence of the Philippines, one must consider the security and safety of the tourist destination. Tourists must be aware of crimes. Crimes may happen in a bus, subways, hallways, airports, terminals, trains or tricycles. One common crimes in Albay is snatching. The study clarifies the different terminologies use: Gauge is an instrument or device for measuring the magnitude, amount, or contents of something, typically with a visual display of such information;1 Prevent means to stop (someone or something) not to do something or to stop (someone or something) from doing something;2 Tourism is the commercial organization and operation of vacations and visits to place of interest and;3 Crimes is an action or omission that constitutes an offense that may be persecuted by the state and is punishable by law.4 Statement of the Problem This study aims to know the gauge in preventing tourism-related crimes in Albay and it specifically answer the following questions: What are the tourism-related crimes in the Second District of Albay from 2012-2013? What particular areas are the common targets of tourism-related crimes in Albay? What are the ways to prevent tourism-related crimes in Albay? Scope and Delimitation The study focused on the gauge to prevent tourism-related crimes in Albay. The study focused on the selected municipalities and cities in the 2nd district of Albay, namely: Legazpi City, Daraga, Camalig and Rapu-Rapu. The study is concerned with the conflicts and problems as experienced by the municipalities and cities in Albay. Significance of the study Philippine national police – This study will serve as the basis of the number of crimes in the year 2012-12013. To maintain the peace and order. Community – The community, stakeholder, professionals, and the parents will find this study relevant in utilization of innovative measures along the crimes. Future researchers – The findings of this study will be useful to the future researchers who conduct studies on the said innovations. The study also will serve as basis for future studies on innovation not in this study. Likewise, the findings can enrich the studies of researchers. Students- This study will help the students so that they know what are the dangerous areas in the 2nd district of Albay. And to east to enable them to prevent crimes. Media- This study will help the reporters to know some of the crimes that happen in each area. And it will also help them to their research problems. Tourist- This study will help for them to know what place they should not go. And also to know what kind of crimes often do to tourist. Present researchers- Introduction The tourism industry in Albay is one of the leading economic contributors in the country’s Its help our country to be one of the successful tourism industry in the world but one of the reason why our tourism industry was decreasing because of the crimes that happening in our certain place or destination, for example like a kidnaping, snatching, holdapping, sex tourism and etc. It’s happened in our beloved and successful country in the industry of tourism. And that is the disadvantage in our certain place or destination. We need to prevent or stop tourism crime so that the the tourist that came in our country or province will not be afraid to come and visit our destination. If the tourism crime decrease in our place it will one of the key to become successful contributors in our country. Despite of the economic distribution and contribution and opportunities that growth the potentials of tourism has been and still threatened by many factors such as poverty, crimes, killing people and unemployment. Albay is one of the beautiful landscape and natural attraction that you will see, but crimes is one of the threatened reasons that affect our province. As for now the tourism crimes in our province is low crime rate but to prevent it the community people in our province will cooperate to prevent tourism crimes, be aware to the people who does who are doing crimes like to do in our tourist. To decrease the crime rate all of the people in the community will help each other in stopping crimes like protect our tourist stop the snatching, kidnapping, sex tourism, poverty, etc, so the tourist will not take negative impact in our certain destination. Our topic is one of the interesting study that our province will surely recognize our study in gauge to prevent tourism-crimes in Albay. Vehicular- caused by or resulting from the operation of a vehicle, relating for designed for vehicles. By: Merriam-webster dictionary Man made crimes or human made crimes- human-made hazards can result in the form of a human-made disaster. In this case, anthropogenic means threats having an element of human intent, negligence, or error; or involving a failure of a human-made system. This is as opposed to natural hazards that cause natural disasters. Either can result in huge losses of life and property as well as damage to peoples’ mental, physical and social well-being By: Wikipedia Hold-up- is the crime of taking or attempting to take something of value by force or threat of force or by putting the victim in fear. At common law, robbery is defined as taking the property of another, with the intent to permanently deprive the person of that property, by means of force or fear. By:Wikipedia Kidnap- is the taking away or transportation of a person against that person’s will, usually to hold the person in false imprisonment, a confinement without legal authority. This may be done for ransom or in furtherance of another crime, or in connection with a child custody dispute By: Wikipedia Cyber sex- Cybersex, also called computer sex, Internet sex, netsex, mudsex, TinySex and, colloquially, cybering or conversex is a virtual sex encounter in which two or more people connected remotely via computer network send each other sexually explicit messages describing a sexual experience By:Wikipedia Scam- A confidence trick (synonyms include confidence scheme, scam and stratagem) is an attempt to defraud a person or group after first gaining their confidence, in the classical sense of trust. A confidence artist, con-man (or con artist) is an individual, operating alone or in concert with others, who exploits characteristics of the human psyche such as dishonesty, honesty, vanity, compassion, credulity, irresponsibility, naïveté, or greed. By: wikipidia Thief- is the taking of another person’s property without that person’s permission or consent with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of it.[1] The word is also used as an informal shorthand term for some crimes against property, such as burglary, embezzlement, larceny, looting, robbery, shoplifting, library theft, and fraud. By wikipedia Preventing tourism-related crimes: Strategies
Land economics is a branch of economics which focuses on the uses and the role of land in the country’s economic. It is said that land is crucial in shaping how well a city functions and who gets the benefits from urban growth. In the past, land economics is said to focus on ecological sustainability but in recent decades, a new branch of economics which is environmental economics is made to replace it. Even so, land use still has a high impact on health and environment and thus one of its fields of focus is still on the environmental ramifications. Land economics is often related to resources as the resource of land is scarce and limited. With this in mind, land speculation occurs everywhere all around the world and this caused situations in which supply cannot meet the demand. This is because the supply curve of land is stagnant and will not be affected by the change in demand. The resources available on the land such as minerals, forest products, land resources and water are also regarded important in economics as they are the raw materials needed. Thus land is important in land economics as it provides raw materials for the working of the market and that is why it is categorized as one of the factors of economics on par with labour and capital. Other than this, land economics also focusses on the land use. Different land has different type of land use and this will affect the country’s economic growth in a certain way. For example, if a land in the hills are made for industrial purposes, the cost of production would have increase as the cost to transfer the goods from the manufacturers to the retailers would have increase a few fold and this affects the efficiency which in turns affect the economic. Thus it is crucial to have a well detailed plan on the land use of each land. This is because the land use directly influences the activities and productivities on the land. Thus we can also say that land economics is focused on land allocation as land is a scarce resource and its value is well influenced by it availability. This means that the allocation of land resources plays a critical role on how each land is treated. For example, in packed cities, land can be scarce and difficult to obtain, and it has a correspondingly high price. In rural regions, however, land may be very inexpensive due to decreased demand. Thus land economics is focussed on the allocation of resources to manage the supply and demand of each area. Neo-classical economist gives very little interest to land as they typically treats land as a factor of production equivalent to the factors of economics capital and labour. Keynesian economist also gives very little concern to land because typically their analyses focus more on consumption, saving, investment and other economic aggregates. However, a georgist (geographical analyst) named Henry George has different ideas on the field of focus of land economics and have divided them into a few parts which are urban development, wealth inequality, housing affordability, environmental concerns and economic cycles. Henry George’s analysis stemmed from both ethical and economic considerations. He was primarily concerned with exploring the reasons why poverty and destitution coexisted with economic growth, and saw the root cause of these problems in the prevailing policies towards land and have deduced that it is because of the fields of focus of land that caused these economical and ethical problems. Urban Development One of the most concerned fields of land economics is the urban development. Land economics focusses on urbanisation as it is one of the factors that drive growth in a country. With the ownership of land, people would start to develop structures on the land which in turn produces activities and causes productivity on the land. This is because there are quit rents to be paid for the ownership of a land and without activities that generates profit on the land, the land is a liability and not an asset. This in turns causes urbanisation if planned well. Urbanisation also gives many economic advantages such as production, consumption (demand) and distribution (supply). This is what drives the monetary value to circle around the market. Wealth inequality George strongly emphasis that land is the symbol of wealth as land is scarce. Thus the ownership of a parcel of land symbolizes the wealth of a person as private ownership of land strips of the community from the benefits of that land. Thus George says that land economics focuses on the wealth of the community and has implements many policies to curb price speculation in order to cater for the poorer groups who only afford to pay rent for the land. Environment Concerns As mentioned previously, environment concerns are one of land economics concerns. This is because the usage of land and its resources will deplete the environment of these raw materials. George said that in order to preserve the environment, price mechanism in the form of taxes should be carried out. The usage of an environment’s resources should be taxed accordingly to prevent misuse. But he still doubts that price mechanism will be efficient enough to curb environment threats. For example, the creation and maintenance of national parks requires direct regulation of land use such as which area can logging be carried out. He said that the market, even when modified by taxes, cannot absolutely guarantee the conservation of such crucial assets. In other words, protection of ‘natural capital’ or ‘land’ may commonly require regulation as well as taxation. Thus environmental factor is a field of focus of land economics in order to have a long and sustainable usage of its resources. Housing Affordability Land economics is also concerned about the house affordability. This means that the house price is compared with the average income each household could generate. This determines whether or not the household affords to buy the particular house. Land economics is also concerned of the inflation throughout the years in the real estate sector as this is a large barrier for home ownership for the younger generations as they would have to pay their loans for longer years. Thus one of land economics focus is to decrease the inflation rate. The main determining factor in housing affordability is the supply and demand of land. When there is increasing demand with no increase in land supply, the house pricing would increase proportionally. The demand for land involves both use values and exchange values. Use values are values such as security and shelter while exchange values are the house pricing or capital appreciation. With an increase in demand, there will be an increase in price as the supply is limited. Thus, housing affordability is one of land economics’ field of focus. Economic Cycles George has carried out a research and has said that the boom and bust of the property market mostly coincides with the fluctuation of the overall country economic performance. This is because the quit rent received from land can be used to invest or offset government developments for the society. This policy implies that, by smoothing out cycles in the housing market, a uniform land tax could help to avoid periodic crises in economies more generally and this will produce a more stable national economic. That is why he says that economic cycles should be one of the fields of focus of land economics. Question 2 What is the Importance of Price Mechanism in the Property Market? Price mechanism is the system of interdependence between supply of a good or service with its price. Adam Smith described price mechanism as an invisible hand which regulates the economy. Generally, price mechanism sends the price up when there is a shortage and sends the price down when there is a surplus. Price mechanism is also able to increase or decrease supply indirectly using price as its control factor. In a nutshell, price mechanism is the regulating of the supply and demand of the market using monetary values. It plays few important functions which are rationing function, signalling function, allocating function and incentive function. In the property market, price mechanism also plays its roles and functions as in any other market. Price Mechanism’s signalling function and allocating function in the property market Figure : Demand curve shifts upwardsSignalling function in price mechanism means that prices are able to convey sufficient information to the consumers and suppliers in the market for their economic activities. The increase in price of a product sends signals to the suppliers to increase the production and vice versa. This can also be shown in the supply and demand curve. When the price of a good increases from P1 to P2, this signals the supliers that the demand of the goods has increased and the demand curve shifts upwards. This causes the suppliers to increase their production from Q1 to Q2 as they are able to generate more profit and to meet the demand. These phenomena can also be seen in the property sector. For example, when the price of Service Apartments rises, the developers know that the demand for service apartments have rises and thus they start developing more and more service apartments. This also happens vice versa, when the value of a property falls in a certain area, the developers know that the demand for that area is low and thus they would not chose that area to develop the type of property. Price mechanism also has other roles such as helping entrepreneurs cut costs. For example, when the cost of building a terrace house has increased which decreased the marginal revenue of a developer. This acts as a signal to the developer where they will try to find cheaper or alternative resources in order to cut the cost of production to attain maximum revenue. As a result, price mechanism is helping the developers in allocation of resources. This also works in the long run such as with landed properties. When the value of land continues to increase, this signals the developers that the future generation will not be able to purchase such properties. This means that the demand for landed properties will eventually fall in the future even if it does not decrease fast, it will still decrease eventually as only a few would have the purchasing power and is willing to buy such properties. Eventually, companies will start to develop alternatives such as high rise properties and their resources such as land, capital and labour will be allocated accordingly to start developing high rise properties. Thus price mechanism functions as a signalling and allocation function for the developers where the developers make decision based on the relative market price of the property. This helps manufacturers achieve economical and technical efficiency where there is a minimum wastage of resources as they are used to their most valuable use. Price Mechanism’s Rationing Function in the Property market When resources are scarce, demand exceeds the supplies and thus the price will be driven up as there is a shift in the demand curve or shortage. The increase in price is to discourage the continuous use of the resource without planning and conserve them. The market price of the product would act as a rationing device to equate the demand with supply. This can again be explained using the demand and supply curve. For example, the scarcity of petrol stations in a vicinity is showed by the supply curve. This scarcity occurred due to government intervention where petrol stations are limited and controlled due to the scarcity of petrol. Assuming the government has decreased the amount of petrol stations in an area, that would shift the supply curve from S1 to S. If the market price continues to stay at P1, the demand of petrol station would still be at Q1 while the amount of supply available is only at Q2. This creates shortage in amount of petrol station available. Thus the market price acts as a rationing function where it increases the price of each petrol station from P1 to P2. This would cause lesser entrepreneurs to venture into this field of business as the profit margin has decreased with the increase in cost which in turns lower the demand for petrol station. Thus the market price is regarded as the rationing agent to equate the demand and supply to achieve market equilibrium. Price Mechanism’s Incentive Functions in Property Market An incentive is something that motivates a producer or consumer to follow a course of action or to change behaviour. Higher prices of a product provides incentive to producers to supply more of the said goods. Discounts or other services provided along with the good also acts as incentives for the consumers. For example, the lower interest rate in mortgage loans for a certain type of development act as an incentive to consumers as now their mortgage value would be lesser and this would increase the demand for the development. This is how a price could act as an incentive to affect the choices of consumers. They can also exist in the form of subsidies. Another example is can be shown by Mah Sing’s recent promotions on all of its service apartments. Mah Sing forecasted that in year 2014, the demand for service apartment would fall and thus they are giving out promotions and good incentives in order to clear the units that they are still holding. Government Intervention in Price mechanism in the Property Market Government intervention are usually in the form of taxes or subsidies. If the rate of an indirect tax such as stamp duty increases, the relative price of a product increases and this will cause a decrease in demand of the product. The government is intervening in the market as it wants to change the price signals of producers and consumers. For example, many investors are coming to invest in Malaysia due to the cheap price in property and this increases the price of the property as investors will try to sell it at maximum profit. Government who wants to prevent this would increase the tax rate on foreign investors and this would cause the profit margin to lower and in turn decrease the demand by foreign investors. The increase in property price for foreign investors sends out a signal telling them that it is not worth it to invest in Malaysia now. Even though government also uses price mechanism to control the market, the price mechanism does not work as well in an imperfect market compared to a perfect market. This is because there are price ceilings and price floor for certain products. For example is the low cost apartments. These apartments can only be sold at a maximum of RM 40,000 in the past. Thus, RM 40,000 is the price ceiling for such low cost houses. But what happens when the prices of properties contunue to increase? The price of all other properties increases while the price of low cost apartments stay stagnant. This would increase the demand of low cost apartments and causes a shortage as the developers would not be so willing to supply so many low cost apartments as the profit margin is lower compared to producing normal houses. But since the price is unable to be adjusted, there is a big flaw in price mechanism to prevent such problems. Thus other government policies would need to be implemented to control the situation such as limiting the people who can purchase low cost apartments or making developers build low cost apartments for every 10 acres of development mandatory. Question 3 The price of housing determines the price of residential lands. Do you agree or disagree? Support your answer. I agree that the price of housing determines the price of residential land. People often think that the high price of land is responsible for the high house prices but I believe that the house price is what affects the land value. Dr Ernie Jowsey, Principal lecturer in Applied Economics in Sheffield Hallam University, UK says that their analysis gives support to how house price influences the land value in an unconstrained market. According to Dr Ernie Jowsey, an increase in the demand for houses will increase the price of old houses. This is because more people are willing to purchase houses and this will cause competition and the bidding price of each house would increase. With this in mind, developers will be more willing to pay higher in order for them to purchase more land to develop them into housing estates as their profit margin would have increase with the increase in house price. Thus he concluded that the increase in house prices due to demand has increased the value of the land the houses are built upon and not vice versa. For example, an old house was constructed in the year 2000 at a cost of construction of RM 300,000. The house was then sold for RM 450,000 in the same year. In year 2012, the demand for houses in that area has increased compared to other properties such as industrial properties as the area had become a commercial hub. Thus the asking price for such a house in that area had increased to RM 800,000 in the past 12 years. People believe that the increase in price is due to the increase in land value but actually it’s because of the increase in demand and housing prices that have caused the increase in land value. This can be proven when the industrial area’s land value did not increase as much as the residential areas because the demand for industrial land was not so high compared to residential land. The cost of construction for that same house have not changed in the past 12 years and stayed at RM 300,000. Thus the remaining amount of RM 500,000 (RM 800,000 – RM 300,000) in the year 2012 is regarded as land value. Thus Dr Ernie Jowsey concluded that the demand for houses in the area has increased the asking price for houses which in turns increased the land value due to the increase of house prices. The Digest of Building Land Prices (Estate Gazette, 1974) also supports Dr Ernie Jowsey’s analysis by stating that “land prices are determined by house prices rather than the other way around”. Another explanation in which land value is not affected by the house price was given by Dr Ernie Jowsey in order to support his previous hypothesis. He stated that ‘Since the price of land is determined by the demand for housing, controlling its price artificially would not result in house price falling’. In my understanding, Dr Ernie Jowsey is trying to tell us that even if the land value of an area is changed artificially as in by the owner’s own will, the housing price of that area would not decrease or increase. For example, a terrace house with land area of 2,000 square feet is worth RM 300,000 in the area including the land cost. The market value a vacant residential land with such a size would cost RM 100,000. Assuming the land owner of a vacant land wants to increase their asking price above the market value in order to get a better profit and has increased the price of the land to RM 120,000. Contractors then bought this piece of land to construct a similar terrace house but their selling price would still be at RM 300,000 as this amount is the amount at which people are willing to pay for this type of terrace house in the area regardless how much the contractor had paid for the land. Thus Dr Ernie Jowsey concluded that the increase in house price would increase the land value while the change in value will not bring any effect to the housing price. Based on my understanding, land value is influenced by house prices. This is because in our regular valuation calculation such as comparison method, house prices have been indirectly factored into the calculations. During the valuation of a land, the most looked into factor of the subject property is its comparables and their location. But what makes the value of the location higher and lower? It would be the price of the buildings or houses in its surrounding area. For example, a land with high end residential units would have higher land value than a land located with low cost residential units. This is because its comparison data would all be high end units. The location would also have a better adjustment as the view, amenities and facilities in a high end residential area is better than a low cost area. Thus the price of the housing on the land itself is influencing the land value. Thus it can also be said that if the same piece of land is used to develop low cost units, the land value would have been different.
CUSP The Essential Requirements for Long Term Information Storage Discussion.

Essential Requirements for Long Information Storage:Companies require the data be instantly accessible for business, regulatory and consistence needs, yet standard record storage the board systems, for instance, are winding up being both extravagant and lacking Associations use data to deduce information that is essential to their regular assignments. storage is a vault that enables customers to store and recuperate this serious data. The essentialness, dependence, and volume of information for the business world moreover continue creating at dazing rates. Associations depend upon brisk and strong permission to information fundamental to their flourishing. Most memory is shaky, inferring that it loses its substance when slaughtered; most storage is non-unusual, suggesting that it doesn’t. Each storage contraption, all of the affiliations it has to the remainder of the world, each storage compartment it gives, and each arrangement choice it offers addresses something that imaginable necessities administering. For storage bosses, the advancement in unstructured data is winding up being a test (Orlikowski, 2015).Data made by individuals or associations must be taken care of with the objective that it is successfully accessible for extra planning. In an enlisting atmosphere, contraptions proposed for taking care of data are named storage devices or just storage. Applications, for instance, a solicitation getting ready structure, can be layered on a data base, which consequently uses working system organizations to perform examine or make errands to storage devices. Extra storage cutoff may be provisioned to the application. In the function that utilization of as far as possible is fittingly watched and reported, business advancement can be seen and future cutoff requirements can be imagined. This information is fundamental to security and flourishing and should be managed with thought for its mystery and affectability (Vidgen, 2019).Conclusion:As the proportion of data that workplaces assemble reliably grows, so does the size of the reports set aside, as associations that house video, sound, and geospatial information are getting more typical. They can without a doubt search for data without knowing unequivocal filenames, dates or customary record tasks. They can moreover use the metadata to apply approaches for coordinating, support and crossing out similarly as automate storage the board.ReferencesOrlikowski, W. J., and Robey, D. (2015). information Technology and the Structuring of Organizations, information Systems Research (2:2), pp. 143-169,, R., and Wang, X. (2019). Coevolving Systems and the Organization of Agile Software Development, information Systems Research (20:3), pp.329-354,
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Impacts and Significance of Legislation on Civil Rights in the US Discussion.

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Now that you are familiar with legislation and court decisions that have expanded civil rights, a local museum needs your help to create a small exhibit for the museum. Your exhibit will highlight how legislation and court decisions have impacted the exercise of civil rights in the United States, and why these changes are significant. The exhibit should include expository writing, with the purpose of informing, describing, and explaining. StepsSelect two from the following Supreme Court decisions that expanded civil rights:Brown v. Board of EducationGideon v. WainwrightMiranda v. ArizonaRoe v. WadeMapp v. OhioSelect two from the following legislative actions that expanded civil rights:14th Amendment15th Amendment19th Amendment24th Amendment26th AmendmentCivil Rights Act of 1964Voting Rights Act of 1965Research each decision and policy and find a picture to represent each one. Take notes on the background and outcome of each case or law. You may find this Research Activity helpful. Be sure to cite the sources the information and images you use in your exhibit in MLA Format.Choose a Web 2.0 tool to create a visual exhibit about your four events. There are many 21st century tools available for creating products in an online environment. Use the Web 2.0 tool of your choice to create a slideshow or video. To learn more and locate a tool to help you complete the assignment, visit the Web 2.0 tools area.For each event, include:an image to represent the case decision or legislationa minimum of one well-written paragraph explaining the background of the eventthe significance of the event to the expansion of civil rightsYou may review this Example Image and Paragraph to help you format your exhibit.Check your exhibit for spelling and grammar.Example Image and Paragraph: The 13th AmendmentLong before the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776 creating the United States of America, slavery was prevalent in the region. At the start of the Civil War in 1861, the majority of African Americans were enslaved. While the Emancipation Proclamation declared about three million slaves in the southern states free from slavery in 1863, it did not abolish slavery, or free slaves outside of the Confederate states. After the Civil War ended, the 13th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified in 1865, finally declaring that “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” This amendment formally abolished legal slavery in the United States and made it possible for African Americans across the United States to legally claim the liberties described in the nation’s founding documents. Later court cases, amendments and legislation would be required to ensure these freedoms were protected and freely exercised throughout the nation.Our Documents. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). n.d. Web. March 22,2012.Abolition Of Slavery 1865 / Woodcut. Fine Art. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 22 Mar 2012.Note: This example shows one way you can format an event image and paragraph in your exhibit. Remember, your complete exhibit should include four images and four paragraphs–one for each of the four events you selected.
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Throughout this course, you have studied both dark and light leadership theories. Now is the time to put that information to work by comparing and contrasting two prominent leaders from history, one a light (ethical) leader, the other a dark (unethical) leader. The point of this entire course is to provide you with enough education to compare and contrast dark and light leadership styles. By choosing real-world leaders from history you will develop a better understanding of why ethical leadership is so important to organizational success. In your paper, Identify two leaders from history, one dark (unethical) and one light (ethical). Prepare a brief biography for each leader, focusing primarily on the event that makes them stand out in history. Describe the leadership style the individual uses most and why. Define the leadership style used by this leader. Explain how the leader demonstrates this leadership style. Analyze the particular act or behavior that makes this leader ethical or unethical. Describe the effects the leader may have had on the organization they led. Explain in first person the most important lesson you have learned from this course and how you can use this information in future situations. The Comparing and Contrasting Dark and Light Leaders paper Must be five to seven double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages and formatted according to APA Style as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA Style (Links to an external site.) resource. Must include a separate title page with the following: Title of paper Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted For further assistance with the formatting and the title page, refer to APA Formatting for Microsoft Word (Links to an external site.). Must utilize academic voice. See the Academic Voice (Links to an external site.) resource for additional guidance. Must include an introduction and conclusion paragraph. Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper. For assistance on writing Introductions

University of California Irvine Psychological Study Questions

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1. _____ occurs before participating in a study, while _____ follows study participation. Confidentiality; informed consentInformed consent; confidentialityDebriefing; informed consentInformed consent; debriefing2. Researchers use placebos to: equalize participant characteristics across conditions.guard against experimenter bias.ensure that a sample is representative.minimize the effects of participants’ expectations.3. To find the mean, add up all the scores and divide by the: middle score.sum number of scores.most frequent score.4. A theory is a(n) _____, while a hypothesis is a(n) _____. explanation; predictionprediction; descriptionprediction; explanationexplanation; description5. What is the fourth step of the scientific method? Develop a hypothesis.Share the findings.Design study and collect data.Analyze the data.6. Noted developmental psychologist Jean Piaget based his theory in large part on in-depth examinations of his own three children. Piaget’s work exemplifies the _____ research method. experimentalnaturalistic observationcase studycorrelational7. Deception is revealed in a psychological study: after the study ends, during debriefing.before the study begins, when informed consent is obtained.before the study begins, during debriefing.only if there are negative consequences from participating.8. Dr. Ali deliberately varied facial symmetry in a series of photographs and later measured participants’ liking for the faces. Dr. Ali conducted a(n) _____ study. correlationalexperimentalobservationalnaturalistic9. Which is a measure of variation? medianrangepercentilemode10. The _____ is a committee that reviews research proposals to protect the rights and welfare of all participants. Institutional Review Board (IRB)American Psychological Association (APA)Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)Association for Psychological Science (APS)11. _____ statistics allow researchers to determine the probability of events occurring in the future. InferentialOperationalExperimentalDescriptive12. A graph of the relationship between two negatively correlated variables would show a(n): horizontal line.diagonal line from the upper left to the lower right.diagonal line from the lower left to the upper right.irregular, jagged line.13. Critical thinking is _____ the scientific method. the first step ina component ofan alternative tothe same thing as14. Marlon obtains a +0.15 correlation coefficient for his study. He should describe the relationship between the two variables he studied as: weak and negative.strong and negative.weak and positive.strong and positive.15. A _____ variable is a factor that could unintentionally influence the outcome of an experiment. thirdcorrelationalindependentdependent16. The individual nerve cells of the nervous system are called: dendrites.glial cells.axons.neurons.17. The cerebrum contains the _____ and _____. hindbrain; midbraincortex; limbic systembrain stem; cerebellummedulla; pons18. Microglia: defend the brain against infection and neurotransmission in synapses.create myelin that speeds neural messages.restore the blood–brain barrier after an injury.19. Dr. Talbot prescribes a(n) _____ agonist to help relieve a client’s depression. endorphinacetylcholineserotoninglutamate20. The somatic nervous system: contains sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions.includes the brain and the spinal cord.includes sensory and motor nerves.controls internal, physiological responses.21. Dr. Charles is using _____ to measure activity throughout the brain by utilizing strong magnets to track changes in the brain’s blood-oxygen levels. CATfMRIEEGPET22. _____, a neurosurgeon, is credited with mapping the motor and somatosensory cortex. Gustav FritschWilder PenfieldPhineas GageEdvard Hitzig23. A brain tumor has slowly robbed Mr. Schneider of his ability to recognize objects by touch. The tumor is probably centered in his _____ lobe. occipitaltemporalparietalfrontal24. The _____ helps regulate emotion, memory, and motivation. midbraincorpus callosumbrainstemlimbic system25. Kristen begins to feel drowsy during an afternoon staff meeting. Activity in her limbic system’s _____ probably contributes to this experience. hypothalamushippocampusamygdalathalamus26. The left hemisphere surpasses the right hemisphere for: interpreting hand gestures.recognizing spatial relationships.mentally rotating images.identifying mirror images.27. Which statement is TRUE? Biological psychology is a broader field than is neuroscience.Neuroscience is a subfield of psychology.Biological psychology is a subfield of psychology.Biological psychology and neuroscience are both subfields of psychology.28. The medulla is the part of the brain that regulates: muscular coordination.sleep–wake cycles.overall arousal.heart rate and respiration.29. The fact that language skills are less severely compromised in younger patients who receive a hemispherectomy on the left side of their brain is evidence of: neuroplasticity.myelination.stem cells.lateralization.30. The peripheral nervous system is composed of the: somatic and autonomic nervous systems.spinal cord.brain and spinal cord.central and autonomic nervous systems.31. The left eye receives visual information that is processed in the: frontal lobe.right hemisphere.temporal lobe.left hemisphere.32. The _____ allows for communication between the brain and the peripheral nervous system. autonomic nervous systemspinal cordreflex arcsympathetic nervous system33. Glutamate and GABA have _____ effects on neural activity. opposingsimilaridenticalminimal
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RES 7400 Lynn University Global Boca Surf and Sail Company Research Paper

RES 7400 Lynn University Global Boca Surf and Sail Company Research Paper.

I’m working on a marketing project and need a sample draft to help me learn.

Each student will select a country from Latin America, Europe (EU member), Asia, Middle East or Africa that is approved by the instructor. ***THE NETHERLANDS IS MY CHOSEN COUNTRY*** Then develop an export plan to that country. To achieve a successful export strategy, there must be a complete understanding (knowledge) of that country (foreign market). Therefore, the plan centers on this knowledge and in the United States (home market). ***SELLING BIKE SADDLES***The research for this project will require a variety of sources, e.g., course assignments, the library, Internet, and field research. Sources should include business sources, trade associations, Chamber of Commerce, Florida and U.S. Departments of Commerce, on the Internet and in the Library. Other secondary sources may be used.As in the “real world” certain data and information may not be available; in these situations marketers must make some (well-grounded, supported, stated) assumptions. Another critical component to this project being successful is that this is not just a report but rather an analysis too. You are expected to include your “take” (understanding and analyses) of the various areas (or project sections) being presented with an analysis at the end of each major section.This project will also require field research, e.g., visit the organization, interviewing potential consumers, product experts in the organization’s area of business, media, etc. Research can be (and in many situations actually relies on) observations (non-interventions). Be prepared to observe, e.g., what to look for, where, when, how.In our new COVID norm, you will not be asked to visit or interview in person unless you feel safe and comfortable doing so. You may use Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, and written communication. No matter the method, you must provide proof of these visits, e.g., literature, photographs, recordings of the sessions. Also, research can be (and in many situations actually relies on) observations (non-interventions). This proof will be included in the Appendix of the written presentation, and does not count toward the 25 page length requirement.Your visits (field research) virtual or in person will include Two P’s – prepared and professionalism. You should be well prepared by knowing the topics to be discussed and questions to ask. Professionalism includes being on time, only taking necessary time for the visit, proper attire, respect and courtesy for the marketer and the consumers, and an interest in the business. Remember the marketer, the organization, consumers, and media are accommodating your request and for your (learning) benefit. You are not only representing yourself, but also the College of Business and Management and Lynn University. Being prepared and professional will be a part of your grade for the project and course.
RES 7400 Lynn University Global Boca Surf and Sail Company Research Paper

ENGH 302 GMU Combating Phishing Attacks in Cybersecurity Annotated Bibliography

ENGH 302 GMU Combating Phishing Attacks in Cybersecurity Annotated Bibliography.

Please read the instructions for the annotated bibliography and synthesis/reflection.Together, these assignments comprise 15% of your final grade.(attached PDF file instructions for reference above) Attached you will see a sample student response to the annotated bibliography assignment. This response earned an “A.”I left a few brief comments so that you can see the bibliography’s strengths and weaknesses.(attached PDF file for reference above)Pay close attention to how the source citations appear, to the format of the rhetorical précis, and to the synthesis and reflection section. Refer to the MLA and APA documentation guides in the Purdue OWL to review how to format the bibliographic information.
ENGH 302 GMU Combating Phishing Attacks in Cybersecurity Annotated Bibliography