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Weber State University American Heart Association Website Evaluation

Weber State University American Heart Association Website Evaluation.

Website Evaluation Assignment Assignment Description: Health information technology is changing rapidly in which patients’ access and manage their own care. Nurses play a pivotal role in supporting, empowering, and engaging with patients in the digital environment. There are specific guidelines available that will assist you in identifying credible and current resources to recommend to your patients.Assignment Directions: For this assignment, you will conduct an evaluation of a patient educational website. Choose from websites listed below.For this assignment:Evaluate the site using the Web Evaluation Checklist.ActionsParaphrase your responses to the questions–use your own words; do not copy and paste; and no direct quotes.Refer to refer to the grading rubric. Health Information on the Internet: Evaluation CriteriaReview the following resources to assist you:MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing (Links to an external site.)Health on the Net FoundationGo to (Links to an external site.)and review the site. You should be at the “Medical Professional” tab; find HONcode; review the information under these links: What is it?, HONcode certification, Help your patient. WebsitesAlzheimer’s (Links to an external site.)American Cancer (Links to an external site.)American Diabetes (Links to an external site.)American Heart (Links to an external site.)Center for Disease Control and (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)RubricWebsite Evaluation AssignmentCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCredibility10.0 ptsQuestions and all components are answered completely and thoroughly demonstrating use of resources provided.5.0 ptsQuestions/components not answered completely and thoroughly; one question/component not answered. Resources provided not used.0.0 ptsAnswers to questions/components poorly developed, with limited information. Some questions and components not answered. Resources provided not used. Or no submission.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent10.0 ptsQuestions and all components are answered completely and thoroughly demonstrating use of resources provided.5.0 ptsQuestions/components not answered completely and thoroughly; one question/component not answered. Resources provided not used.0.0 ptsAnswers to questions/components poorly developed, with limited information. Some questions and components not answered. Resources provided not used. Or no submission.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDisclosure10.0 ptsQuestions and all components are answered completely and thoroughly demonstrating use of resources provided.5.0 ptsQuestions/components not answered completely and thoroughly; one question/component not answered. Resources provided not used.0.0 ptsAnswers to questions/components poorly developed, with limited information. Some questions and components not answered. Resources provided not used. Or no submission.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDesign10.0 ptsQuestions and all components are answered completely and thoroughly demonstrating use of resources provided.5.0 ptsQuestions/components not answered completely and thoroughly; one question/component not answered. Resources provided not used.0.0 ptsAnswers to questions/components poorly developed, with limited information. Some questions and components not answered. Resources provided not used. Or no submission.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWhy Evaluate a Website10.0 ptsQuestions and all components are answered completely and thoroughly demonstrating use of resources provided. Wrote a minimum of 5-7 sentences,5.0 ptsQuestions/components not answered completely and thoroughly; one question/component not answered. Resources provided not used.0.0 ptsAnswers to questions/components poorly developed, with limited information. Some questions and components not answered. Resources provided not used. Or no submission.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeYour Thoughts on Quality of Website10.0 ptsQuestion is answered thoroughly demonstrating use of resources provided. Wrote a minimum of 5-7 sentences,5.0 ptsQuestion is not answered thoroughly. Resources provided not used.0.0 ptsAnswer to question poorly developed with limited information. Or, no submission.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSpelling and Grammar5.0 ptsNo spelling or grammar errors.0.0 ptsSeveral spelling or grammar errors.5.0 ptsTotal Points: 65.0PreviousNext
Weber State University American Heart Association Website Evaluation

Following the September 11 attacks in 2001 in America, terrorism obtained a global reputation and public reaction throughout the world. Terrorism is not a new phenomenon. It has existed from centuries ago. But that time (September 11, 2001) America was the terrorists’ target. It was the first time that such massive attack was spread among people around the world by live news. In recent years, the number of stories and news about terrorist and terrorism discourses has been increased, especially after September 11, 2001 in America and July 7, 2005 in London. The Media and the government, as the key institutions in every society, play significant role to create public knowledge toward terrorist and terrorism. It seems that the media, as a tool for presentation of the government’s policy, is used and controlled by government in coverage of news about terrorist and terrorism themes. In this essay I am going to address this question: who (which organisation) is managing and controlling media content and discourse about terrorism? According to literatures, (e.g. Hoffman 2006; Paletz 1992) the media is affected directly by government’s policy. On the other hand, the media may do the terrorists’ favours because the media can be also used by terrorists to spread their own news, information and beliefs across society and the world. Altheide (2006), Hoffman (2006) and paletz and Boiney (1992) argue that the media itself plays main role in managing and framing media discourse on terrorist. However, it seems that the media is a device that is used by both government and terrorists to impact on the public mind. Thus, they can utilize the media, negatively or positively, to achieve their goals, meaning that the media does not have complete control over its contents. The reminder of this essay contains of section 2 that discusses about the definition of terrorism,. In section 3 addresses the question of the essay. Finally, section 4 provides the conclusion of the essay. Terrorism and Terrorist In fact, in the last hundred years, terrorism has not much changed. However; a unique and complete definition of this phenomenon does not exist. Despite the expansion of terrorism and its importance for the international security, defining the term terrorism is still faced with uncertainty. One of the main reasons for this ambiguity may be the diversity of terrorist’s goals and the variety of terrorism forms. Therefore, there is no universally definition of terrorism. On the whole, the word terrorism (terror) means the panic and fear. Common definition of terrorism refers to violent acts and aggressive behaviours which lead to create fear or terror among people. Hoffman (2006) quotes from terrorism group that ”violent actions…. are shocking. We want to shock people; everywhere….It is our way of communicating with the people.” The concept of shock suggests creating fear and murder, threats and intimidation among people. Among various definitions of terrorism, some of them are provided below: The United State Department of Defence (DOD) define terrorism as ”the unlawful use of violence or threat of violence to install fear and coerce governments or societies. Terrorism is often motivated by religious, political, or other ideological beliefs and committed in the pursuit of goals that are usually political.” According to United Nation in (1992) terrorism means: ”An anxiety-inspiring method of repeated violent action, employed by (semi-) clandestine individual, group or state actors, for idiosyncratic, criminal or political reasons, whereby- in contrast to assassination- the direct targets of violence are not the main targets.”( The U.S Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) describes terrorism as: ”the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives.” Taylor (1986) cited in Cottle (2006) sees terrorism as the violence which is done by none -sates groups or individuals. Therefore, he believes that terrorism is not a state-oriented action. Cottle (2006) also believes that Taylor’s view is more appropriate than the view that points to the state terrorism. Taylor’s view (1986) is discussable since it seems that in countries with dictatorial government, state is upper hand in terror of oppositions. However, nowadays terrorism is an activity which is related to a particular actors or groups with special ideas. For example, some countries may tend to related terrorism to extremist Muslims. According to Gerrits (1992) cited in Paletz and Schmid (1992) “[t]he media may provide insurgent terrorists with a good dose of the ‘oxygen of publicity’, but censorship can provide a government with the ‘narcotic of secrecy’, which is an even bigger danger to democracy.” Cottle (2006) argues that the words terrorists and terrorism are used to say that actions of rebels or/ and oppositions are unlawful and illegitimate. Taheri (1987) says ”for one man’s terrorist will always be another’s freedom fighter, but it can be said with certainly that terrorism is what terrorism does.” Although there is not a single view and perspective on terrorism description across the world, terrorism and terrorism related actions carry common concepts which are fear and illegitimating. Types of terrorism To identify who has upper hand in media discourse on terrorist it may be useful to study the types of terrorism. State Terrorism: state terrorism usually refers to the state or states which intervene in the internal affairs of other governments in order to create fear or support of military operations, to weaken and overthrow a government. Domestic Terrorism: This kind of terrorism usually does anti-government activities to create fear among people to obtain attention (Powel, 2011). International terrorism: Emergence of international terrorism has increased in year 1983 (after the explosion of the Marine Battalion Landing Team Headquarters at Beirut International Airport.), and nowadays a considerable rise in international violence, especially in Asian countries, can be seen, especially after 2000 and 2001. The world has witnessed the victim of humans by international terrorism. It seems that international terrorism consists of domestic terrorism and state terrorism which support domestic terrorists. For example, serial explosions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, in which thousands of women and children are sent to the slaughterhouse, can be interpreted as international terrorism activity. Cyber terrorism: Denning’s (2000) defines cyber terrorism as a violent attack to computer programmes, networks and secret information that leads to a severe fear and economic and political losses. Cyber terrorism is much more serious than the activity of hacker because cyber terrorism aims critical infrastructures of information technology of a country or government to obtain important information in order to use it against that government and/or special group. As the main classical tool of terrorism is explosion and firearms, the main weapon of cyber terrorist is computer. There are many ways that terrorists can use the computer as a terrorism device. The most important methods of cyber terrorism are hacking and computer viruses, electronic espionage, identity theft and destruction or manipulation of information. Who has upper hand in media discourse on terrorism? This section is going to investigate the source of the media discourse on terrorism. On the whole, if we identify who (government, the media itself or terrorist) benefits from the forming the media content about terrorism we may address better the main question of the essay. The Media or government? The media are at the heart of events because the media would like to break news. Therefore, all the discussions about terrorism come from the media, especially after the September 11 terrorist attacks because it is the media that distribute the news of the terrorism and people are informed formally about the events by the media. Media, in particular, old media such as television, radio and newspaper, has become a platform for covering and publishing the terrorist’s activities in recent years. As Paletz and Boiney (1992) discusses, Laqueur’s (1977) indicates that terrorists tend to attack free societies. The terrorist rational is that the media is free in these societies and, therefore, media can cover violent event and publish the related news immediately. It may mean that in tighten societies the media content and news are controlled by the government and violent events may not be covered completely by the media in such societies. For example, in countries such as Spain and Italy, the press has been prohibited to cover and spread terrorist notice. (O’balance, 1989) .This is what that terrorist does not like it. The media are very well suited for the purposes of terrorists. Terrorists utilize different types of media to informed public people about their targets, values and ideas. Hoffman (2006) argues that terrorism can reach a wider target audience with the media because without media the effect of the act would be glancing. ”Without massive news coverage the terrorist act would resemble the proverbial tree falling in the forest: if no one learned of an incident, it would be as if it had not occurred.” (Nacos 2000) Furthermore, Altheide (2006) discusses that the media is seen as an important part of public’s life and known as a kind of communication which conveys news and information beyond the margins. Therefore, the media is seen as a tool which can be used by various institutions and for different targets. The media is important for terrorists because without the media they cannot spread the terror news and also they can use the media as leverage on the governments to gain their political goals (Hoffman, 2006). As the media is known as a linker between government and public it is, therefore, the best tool which government can use to inform people about incidents. Nowadays, the media have an inevitable role in promoting government programs and in creating an atmosphere to shape public opinion and decisions. Therefore, the media always has been regarded by governments. Governments with assistance of the media have achieved the unique power in the domestic and foreign area .Statesmen with using the media implement their policies and programs. Therefore, it is obvious that the government in each country have considerable dominance on the media. It can be seen that the media is a tool in the hands of statesmen and cannot act fully independently. Therefore, it might be true to say that when we discuss about the role of the media on framing and managing terrorism discourses, we investigate, in fact, the role and power of the sate which control the media content. However, one may say that the media itself is the first in managing and forming the contents on terrorism because reaction of the media to a terror and the way that the media coverage the related news are different and this may be criticized for damaging effects. The media may contribute terrorists to distribute fear among people or willingly and unwillingly provide terrorists with important information that worsen the situation in favour of terrorism and against the security and peace. This may cause authorities to meet some demands of terrorists to render the peace and calmness to the society. Cottle(2006) discusses that the media can have a progressive role in relation to violence and terror. In other words, it seems that media can encourage people to think about the causes and effects of terror and violence. This leads to form a pubic judge from people on the events. Cottle (2006) calls this phenomenon as ‘democratize violence’. However, in most cases the media may censor the fact of incidents, by media owners such as government, in corporate with public authorities to control and constraint the understanding of people of the event. (Paletz and Boiney, 1992). According to Nosseke (1985) cited in Paletz and Boiney (1992) ”the best way to avoid the impact of the mass media is to prevent the occurrences of terrorist attacks.” Nevertheless, it is unlikely that the media, especially the old media, form and manage all news of terrorism directly and independently without the control of the governmental authorities. Terrorism Since terrorism likes a permanent non-normal situation and fear after its act and media contributes to create such a situation, terrorism is the first to wish control over the media. Miller (1982) argues that there is a relationship between media and terrorism. This relationship is inseparable because the media always covers the terrors news. Terrorism also would like to receive attention of the media. ”Terrorism, like an ill mannered enfant terrible, is the media’s stepchild, a stepchild which the media, unfortunately, can neither completely ignore deny.”(Powell, 2011) There are various factors which encourage terrorist to use different types of the media (e.g. the Internet) such as depressing their enemies such as government, creating fear among public, being famous to the public by spreading their targets and release their massages through the media. New media, in particular the Internet, has been increasingly used by terrorists to reach their goals. The evidence shows that the old media has been replaced by the Internet especially in covering terrorism discourses because of accessing speed to the news and events on the Internet. Nowadays, terrorists are not restricted geographically and are not dependent on a particular state politically or financially. To reach their murderous goals, they rely on their advanced communication capabilities, including the Internet. All terrorists have particular websites where they can communicate with their readers and followers and also can convey their propaganda. According to Hoffman (2006), “almost without exception, all major (and many minor) terrorist and insurgent groups have Web sites.” He then quotes from an American Internet researcher at the U.S. government’s Foreign Broadcast and Information Service (FBIS): “These days, if you’re not on the web, you don’t exist.” Thus, in virtual space and the new media environment terrorism is able to manage the media discourse and contents on the terrorism issues more freely than the traditional media because public authorities of a society can control over the old media much better than the new media though government, for example, can block some websites and filter them. Terrorism and the Internet both are related to each other. First, the Internet is a space for the both group and individual terrorists to spread their messages of hate and violence. Second, both individuals and groups have tried to attack some computer networks. This attack is known as cyber-terrorism. Communication via computer is ideal for terrorists because it cannot be controlled, limited or censored and it is free to access for everyone. Moreover, the audiences of the Internet are massive, larger than old media and it is easy, fast and inexpensive to access. More importantly, new media audiences can access a multimedia environment. For example, they can use texts, videos and songs simultaneously. Many Internet sites are used by terrorist for psychological war against governments and their military. They put terrible images and movie clips of executed hostages and captives on web sites or show militaries’ vehicles which have been blown up with roadside bombings or suicide. For example, Al-Zarqawi in May 2004 put on the Internet some films of cutting off the head of a US hostage. Sometimes terrorists use famous web sites like YouTube which is the best place to spread terrorists’ news and notices is. Terrorists use text messages and video to weak the enemy morale and scare him. Thus, it seems that terrorism is not controllable with the existence of the new media. They are able publish easily their own news, values and activities with the new media (and even with some news channel of TV). The audience can access the original publications of terrorist the Internet. This suggests that terrorism has upper hand in managing the media discourses on terrorism. Conclusion According to the literatures, it is still difficult to identify who is behind the media content and discourses on terrorism or who manages the media about the terrorism issues. However, nowadays, it can be seen that terrorism can use not only the old media but also electronic and virtual media. The media is very important for terrorists. For example, they use the media to spread some films and videos of attacks to create fear and force government or politicians to do a certain work for terrorists. With the development of the new media such as the Internet, mobile phone and etc. terrorism has been capable to manage the media contents. In this respect, terrorism has upper hand in framing the new media content for itself, though power is in hands of dominant government. Government and politician authorities use the media to apply their policy and control society. Therefore, they usually delete some terrorism related news, present incomplete information and delayed news to the audience or may be able to filter some web sites that are against of their polices. Therefore, we can conclude that the media is an important tool to frame and create discourses on terrorism and both government and terrorist have been trying to control and use the media, old and new, for their particular objectives in various ways. It seems that even in a society with free expression and complete democracy the media cannot choose a policy completely against government’s policy, especially in the terrorism issues because government and state has power and control over the media. However, in the virtual environment of the media (e.g. the Internet) the control power of the government has been violated and terrorists have been able to present themselves more freely and form their own news contents. Rference Altheide,D.L. (2006). Terrorism and the politics of fear. Lanham, Md.: AaltaMira press. Chapter (6). Cottle,S.. (Ed.). (2006). ‘From terrorism to the global war on terror: The media politics of outrage’ In Mediatizd conflict: Developments in media and conflict studies. Maiden Head: OU press. Denning’s, D. (2000). ” Cyber terrorism”, Testimony before the special Oversight Panel of Terrorism Committee on Armed Services, US House of Representative, 23 may 2000. Georgetown University.( FBIS, Near East/ South Asia. ”Israel: Palestinian Television Broadcasts Clip Encour- again Martyrdom.” Ma’arive (Tel Aviv) (Hebrew), August 11, 2003. Gerrits, R.P.J.M. (1992). Terrorist’s perspectives: memories In Palatz, D.
North Carolina A & T State University Hans and Marta Case Study.

I chose to take a look at the case study involving Hans and Marta. They are having extreme marital discord due to physical violence in the home and fear is keeping Marta from making the hard decisions for herself and her children. The biological factors are what is most likely causing these psychological factors to happen and then lead to the social factors and issues at play. They are all connected in some way or another, and they contribute greatly to the individuals presenting problem. In this case Hans is being abusive to Marta and sometimes his children, his biological factors state that his father was physically abusive as well. Marta just gave birth 6 months ago and is still trying to deal with her hormones and getting her natural body to go back to normal, Hans is complaining that Marta is less loving and doesn’t want sex anymore, these all play into the biological factors and explain why each person is reacting in the way that they are. The plan for treatment is to continue with individual therapy for each of them so that they can start to learn and understand how these biological factors are connected to what is happening and how they have contributed to their marriage historically. They will need to develop safety plans to make sure they have the tools needed to handle situations differently when the idea of abuse comes into play, and Marta will need to develop a plan in case she is abused by Hans again.Plante, T. G. (2011). Contemporary Clinical Psychology. (3rd ed.) Wiley.
North Carolina A & T State University Hans and Marta Case Study

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Your essay follows our Essay Structure requirements. You have an introduction that begins with a hook, provides background information into the issue of banned books and ends with a one sentence thesis that directly answers the prompt questions and makes an argument about whether we should ban books or not.
Have at least three (but more is okay) body paragraphs that each follow PIE Paragraph structure as discussed in class. There should be two (or more) IEs (two quotes and two explanations).As a reminder, PIE stands for:

Point: the topic sentence of your body paragraph. It tells the readers the purpose of this paragraph. It is an opinion or sub-claim, not a fact, and it is in your own words.
Information: This is evidence to prove your Point is correct/valid. This information should come from the articles as either a direct quote or a paraphrase. It should be properly introduced according to the Incorporating Quotes handout.
Explanation: This is the analysis part of your essay. You tell you reader how or why the piece of information you provided supports the Point.

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ACC/340 WK3 1,050 words to PRBLM 1 Ch. 6 Purchases and Payments Business process

ACC/340 WK3 1,050 words to PRBLM 1 Ch. 6 Purchases and Payments Business process.

The Tablet Store recently opened to sell iPads and other tablet computing devices. It purchases its tablets directly from the manufacturers (e.g., Apple, Samsung, and Dell). This problem describes its purchases and payments process. To order tablets, a Tablet Store employee submits a purchase order to the manufacturer electronically. Each purchase order could stipulate several different models of tablets from one manufacturer. The manufacturers typically deliver the tablets to the store within 2 weeks after they receive the purchase order. The Tablet Store pays for each shipment within 30 days after receipt. If there are multiple orders to the same manufacturer, the Tablet Store occasionally combines payments,issuing one check for multiple receipts. All of the Tablet Store checks are drawn on one bank account.a. Draw a UML class diagram that describes the Tablet Store’s purchases and payments process.b. Using Microsoft Access, implement a relational database from your UML class diagram. Identify at least three fields per table.c. Describe how you would use the relational database to determine the Tablet Store’s accounts payable.Write a response of no more than 1,050 words – APA format, less than 7% plagiarism
ACC/340 WK3 1,050 words to PRBLM 1 Ch. 6 Purchases and Payments Business process

Padlet Wall Assignment Essay

term paper help Padlet Wall Assignment Essay. For this assignment, you will choose an outbreak, epidemic, or pandemic (previous or current) that you would like to learn more about. You will research your chosen topic (focus on using credible sources). Also, include researching information on public health strategies used to mitigate the spread of the outbreak/epidemic and address the issue. This assignment is composed of two parts (Padlet Wall and Flipgrid Video). teach it to the class through the use of the Padlet Wall tool. This will give you a chance to visually present the topic to the class. It is important to do your best to present your chosen topic in an effective manner. Padlet Wall Component: Padlet is an interactive poster where you can share interesting information on a virtual cork board. Here is the link to the website to create your Padlet Wall: (Links to an external site.). On your board, you will use images, videos, and text to teach your fellow classmates (as well as myself) about your chosen topic. You may find some current events on the topic you are covering, if so, make sure to include it. Do not forget to include a reference list of the sources you used for this assignment in your Padlet Wall (or in your discussion board post with the link to your Padlet Wall). Your references should follow an APA format. You are more than welcome to also create a short video touring us (the class) through your Padlet Wall. If you need some assistance or you have questions, be sure to let me know. Please make sure to review the detailed Padlet Wall Instructions page. This page describes this assignment, the Padlet tool, provides videos, and examples of how to use Padlet. Flipgrid Video Component: You will access the Flipgrid Assignment link through Module 3. It is linked to the module. You will record a Flipgrid video on what your Padlet Wall was all about. Make sure to include any new information that you learned about your topic through your research. Your Flipgrid video is an informal presentation. It should be at least 45 seconds or more. You are allotted up to 5 minutes for your presentation. You can access Flipgrid through this assignment link: Module 3 – Padlet Wall FlipgridPadlet Wall Assignment Essay

MGT 324 Saudi Electronic University Personal Code of Ethics Essay

MGT 324 Saudi Electronic University Personal Code of Ethics Essay.

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Write an essay in about 1000-1200 words on the following topic.undefinedProvide a statement explaining your own personal code of ethics. Include at least 4 codes in your answer with enough explanation and examples. Refer to concepts learned in class or in the textbook and link them to your justification.undefinedIn addition, discuss whether personal code of ethics could clash with organizational ethics. Some people believe, that personal ethics and organization’s ethics are two different and unrelated concepts. Others, believe that personal ethics should be applied to organization’s ethics. Is it possible that our personal beliefs and ethics are applicable to our work? Discuss.undefinedImportant: You are required to present at least three scholarly journals to support your answersanswered must be in same attach word format and typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font.
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The Case of the Disputed Deere
At a farm auction in Georgia, Dick Perez and Anna Lara bid against each other on a Deere II tractor, and Dick bought it for $65,000. At a second auction the same day, Dick bought some equipment that he wanted to add to the tractor. He again encountered Anna, and the two agreed that Anna would install the new equipment. Anna took the tractor to her place of business to work on it.
Later, Dick came to the shop and paid $6,000 for Anna to do the work. Anna, in fact, was a dealer in farm machinery. She regularly bought such equipment at auctions, then repaired and sold it. Dick testified though that Anna’s shop appeared to him to be a repair shop and not a sales store.
Jorge’s Auction Services had done business with Anna in the past on a regular basis. Jorge’s wanted to buy the Deere II tractor in Anna’s store for the next auction. Anna executed a standard pre-auction document declaring that she owned the Deere II tractor. The state of Georgia does not require ownership papers for a tractor. Jorge’s bought the Deere II tractor from Anna for $30,000. When Dick learned of this, he demanded the tractor back, but Jorge’s refused.
Dick argued that Jorge’s never acquired good title to the Deere II tractor as Anna was never given title to the tractor. Anna was entrusted with the tractor for the purpose of repairs. Jorge’s argued that they had frequently purchased equipment from Anna under the same terms and conditions as when they bought the tractor. Therefore, they owned the tractor.

Who owns the Deere tractor at time of trial?
Why? What is the legal theory(ies) used to win the case?
Is there anything the loser in this case could have done differently at the time of the transactions that might have made them the winner?

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