Crisis communication

Crisis communication
Crisis Communication Case Study
Select a crisis communication situation for analysis using all relevant learnings from this course. You may choose any organizational crisis that has occurred within the past 10 years, provided it has not been a major case analyzed in our class discussions and assignments. You may briefly introduce additional cases in the paper to the extent that comparisons to the primary case are helpful.
Start the paper with a brief background section — 1+1/2 pages maximum– to describe the nature of the case. Include links and/or other sources to provide additional information. Examine the case using all applicable tools of analysis explored in our crisis communication course and related material. In particular, address as many of the following questions as are relevant to your case:
What organizational theories are most relevant to the analysis of your case and the organizational response? Specifically, explore where Systems, Cultural, Classical, HR, Chaos, and other theories apply and how they apply.
How did the crisis affect different stakeholder groups?
Describe the organizational response. To what extent was organizational culture a factor in creating, exacerbating, and responding to the crisis? What role did mass media play in the crisis and what media strategy did the organization employ to respond?
What were the ethical challenges involved? Did globalization and ethnocentrism play a role in creating or contributing to the crisis? If so, how?
What image restoration approaches did the organization employ? Were spokespersons effective?
In conclusion, briefly summarize what worked in the organization’s favor, what did not? If you had been on the management team, what would you do or recommend differently?

How to implement mobile CRM in a SME (small medium enterprise)

How to implement mobile CRM in a SME (small medium enterprise)
Mobile Costume Relationship management – “How to implement mobile CRM in a SME (small medium enterprise) sales organization
Rainer and Cegielski (2011), and formulate a focus question. Discuss which framework or theories (from the curriculum papers) that might be useful to investigate the focus question.

Meeting the Academic Language Needs of English Language Learners

Meeting the Academic Language Needs of English Language Learners
Meeting the Academic Language Needs of English Language Learners
Language development, according to Dr. Roland Tharp, is a "super curriculum" that should be explicitly addressed across all subject areas. This idea is supported in this week’s Learning Resources, which focus on ELLs’ academic language needs. In "Scaffolding Language and Learning," Pauline Gibbons highlights the fact that "it requires more linguistic skills to use language for academic purposes than it does to use it in everyday conversation" (2002, p. 1). If you consider that mastery of academic language can take 5 to 7 years, you realize that the needs of ELL students continue well beyond their acquisition of basic conversational English (which can take approximately 1 to 3 years). This presents a challenge for teachers, whose goal is to ensure high academic achievement for all students; however, teachers can meet this challenge by incorporating specific support strategies that assist students in achieving both academic literacy and mastery of content knowledge.
For this week’s Discussion, you will examine the academic language requirements inherent in the content you teach and begin thinking about how you can assist your ELLs in achieving academic literacy and mastery of content knowledge. Based on your learning this week, consider what teachers can do to promote academic literacy among ELLs in a way that scaffolds instruction and makes the academic and content-specific language meaningful. Think about how the SIOP model described by Short and Echevarria (2005) and the strategies related to academic language and vocabulary described in your course text 50 Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners could be used when planning and implementing your lessons.
With these thoughts in mind, examine your curriculum with the following questions in mind:
? What vocabulary (academic and/or functional words) do students need to know in order to be successful in your class?
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? How might you structure your instruction in order to support ELLs in acquiring both the academic language inherent in the curriculum you teach and the content knowledge?
With these thoughts in mind, follow the instructions below to post your response to this Discussion topic.
Post a brief list of some of the academic vocabulary and/or functional words that your students must know and understand to successfully master the curriculum you teach. Describe two or more ways you can explicitly teach this vocabulary to students. Explain how these strategies would facilitate the students’ acquisition of both academic literacy skills and content knowledge. Also, post one question for your colleagues, soliciting feedback regarding how well your proposed instructional strategy would meet the academic language needs of ELLs.

Medieval student living in England, France or Germany in the 13C-15C

Medieval student living in England, France or Germany in the 13C-15C
Paper instructions:
1. Using the excerpts from primary sources about medieval student life contained in the readings assembled by Helene Wieruszowski, imagine you are a medieval student living in England, France or Germany in the 13C-15C. Compose a letter to your parents guided by the following questions: What are your general living circumstances like? What university regulations are you required to follow? What language are you required to read and speak? And what are you required to study?

Capital Punishment

Capital Punishment
discuss a selected topic on the criminal justice system.. Support your opinion on/of this topic by demonstrating examples of that influence. Your opinion does not determine your grade. Your grade is determined by how well you support your argument utilizing the materials discussed in this course and research and reference material you locate. What I do not want is a regurgitation of what is in the text. Expand on the text, do not repeat it. Document your facts utilizing standard APA style. This paper is to be submitted to me as indicated on the Course Schedule and Grading Policy Summary Table. The paper is to be in APA format and the body of the paper is to be between 7 and 10 pages. The body of the paper does not include the title page, table of contents, appendix or references. The paper will be based on a 25-point scale.This is to be of high quality, free of spelling and grammatical errors, and of original work. Plagiarism will be dealt with harshly. You are to title your paper by your last name. For example, my paper would be called “russo.docx” with “.docx” being the MS Word file extension. You are to submit your paper by uploading it to your student folder in the course site prior to the due date as indicated in the Course Schedule and Grading Policy Summary Table.

Is Ordinary waking consciousness a form of hypnotic trance

Is Ordinary waking consciousness a form of hypnotic trance
urpose of the paper is to persuade your readers using factual information from your research.
Must have a cover sheet, the body of the paper, and a works cited page and sources used to write paper. paper had to be 3-5 pages double spaced standard font and margins at the standard on inch all sides.

published evidence and opinion

published evidence and opinion
Assessment Assessment Criteria % weighting for each problem part
1 Limitation of Existing Internet 30
1.1 Discussion of IPv4 Limitations 20
1.3 Use of published supporting evidence 10
2 IPv6 Solutions 30
2.1 Analysis of IPv6 Solutions 20
2.3 Use of published evidence and opinion 10
3 IPv6 Deployment Strategies 30
3.1 IPv4 to IPv6 Transition Strategies 15
3.2 Assessment of most likely deployment path(s) including timescale 15
4 Report 10
4.1 Use of references 5
4.2 Quality of report including compliance with template
The problem
Over the last 30 years, the Internet has become a major infrastructure for growth, job creation, and social progress. The ‘size’ of the Internet is one such trend and holds a fascination for many people. One aspect of the population that is critically important to the operation of the Internet is the number of allocated IP addresses. Some parts of the world have already depleted their IPv4 allocations such as: APNIC, and RIPE NCC, and it is expected that the IPv4 allocations in the rest of the world will be exhausted in the near future. IPv6 is the next generation Internet Protocol developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to address the IPv4 address crisis. Besides the shortage of IP addresses the current Internet with its IPv4 protocol exhibits a number of limitations and lacks certain fundamental services necessary for modern applications.
You are required to research and report on this topic according to the Detail of Question below.
1. Limitation of Existing Internet: Provide a discussion on the limitations of the Internet and identify two issues that are not well addressed in the current IPv4 protocol, and that are considered by the IPv6 protocol. IP address exhaustion should not be considered in the discussion. You need to draw heavily on published evidence and opinion.
2. IPv6 Solutions: Based on the discussion and the issues identified in 1, provide a detailed description of the solutions proposed by IETF in IPv6 to address these limitations. You are required to explain how IPv6 addresses each of the issues already identified, and what are the mechanisms used for this purpose. You need to draw heavily on published evidence and opinion.
3. IPv6 Deployment Strategies: Identify at least three IPv4 to IPv6 transition strategies and provide an analysis of the likely deployment path of IPv6 i.e. which strategies are most likely to actually happen, and why, and the likely timescales involved.

hydro water turbine.

hydro water turbine.
We want to improve the design of Mini hydro turbine by taking it to next level and there is a patent
that exists in market. We want to design a series of3 min turbines that are connected to one rechargeable battery which can be later uset
power your electric device and this will be used for residential purposes. I’m pretty sure you guys got the concept of how turbine will
operate and convert the energy.lm posting a link of patent that exists Yanko
design
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And our concept is to produce energy from the water
that gets wasted during laundry, kitchen, gardening, etc. We came up with a name AquaT that sounds similar to “Equity” and any one can
suggest a company
Job:
Do the Individual assignment 2 pages and 5 sources and do one page for the group assignment on 3. Synthesize And
Integrate Findings Group and cluster prior work to present trends and patterns across the subject of interest with also 5 sources.

American songbook

American songbook
Part 1)choose ONE of the following sayings and use information from your text our outside sources (be sure to cite your reference appropriately) to answer the question that follows.
“Smile, even though your heart is breaking,” suggests a standard in the American songbook. Good advice? Make reference to the James-Lange theory of emotion and the facial-feedback hypothesis in your answer.
“Keep a stiff upper lip.” Good advice? Evaluate this adage with reference to research investigating the effects of suppressing negative affect on the one hand or expressing it on the other.
“If only I would hit the lottery.” Does money really buy happiness? Why or why not? Make reference to empirical evidence in your response.
Part 2 )
provides an opportunity to apply psychological theory in the exploration of the film‘Persona’ . Makesue to explain if the movie deal with emotion, motivation, personality, the development of the individual over the life span, health and stress, and psychological disorders and treatment, so that you have a more complete idea of the different concepts that might apply.
You might discuss the kinds of defense mechanisms this person uses, or perhaps refer to developmental stages in the person’s life that might have been important, or discuss the effects of abuse, alcoholism and addiction, etc. You can approach the subject matter from different perspectives—psychoanalytical, biological, behavioral, cognitive, and/or sociocultural. You could discuss the role emotion, memory, or motivation plays in the character’s development, or the importance of the environment, and such influences as racism and sexism.