For each of the periods, you will select one item to include in your museum.

Web Museum

You will develop a Web Museum using the textbook and outside resources to locate items on the Internet in online museums and libraries.

Textbook: Janson’s History of Art 8th edition

For each of the periods listed you will select one item to include in your museum (THERE ARE 12 TOTAL PERIODS). Each item should be a piece of visual art. Each piece should give museum visitors a good understanding of the civilization or culture of the appropriate time period. The references and links you provide will allow visitors to view the items.

A final document will include a description of each museum piece (100-word paragraphs in your own words for each piece), the Internet location, a visual image of the work, and the reference(s), using APA or MLA formatting.

Periods:Baroque in Italy and Spain – choose one workBaroque in the NetherlandsBaroque in France and England – choose one workRococoThe EnlightenmentRomanticismThe Age of Positivism (Realism, Impressionism, and the Pre-Raphaelites) – choose one workThe “Discontents” (Post Impressionism, Symbolism, and Art Nouveau) – choose one workAbstractionArt of the “War” periods – choose one workPost World War II periods – choose one workThe Post Modern Era – choose one work

Expansion of American Power from 1865 to 1929 Argumentative Essay

Answer the following as a well-organized, formal, argumentative/persuasive essay. Be sure to

provide specific examples as evidence in support of your thesis. ( 3-5 pages)

Explain the expansion of American power from about 1865 to about 1929. Do you agree with

those scholars who argue that U.S. power was due to its economic wealth and industrial might?

Was it really all just economic or did ideas matter? Some writers have insisted that the nation’s

dynamism stemmed from the American character. Do you agree with that? If so, what makes up

the American character and how did it shape the country’s development?

Business Ethics and Market Realities <<Quiz Instructions>>

Watch these three videos and the one companion article. They are about three highly publicized incidents where actions by employees forced each company to take a drastic and unusual action. As you watch, think about the ethics of what is happening. Then in 1-2 sentences per number, answer the questions. Spelling and grammar count.

There is no right or wrong answer. There is only a complete answer that is supported by a reference to the text. Each question is worth 2 points with 2 points for spelling and grammar.

http://www.workforce.com/2018/05/29/starbucks-shuts-down-to-give-workers-anti-bias-training/ (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site.

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/abc-cancels-roseanne-after-racist-tweet/ (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site.

http://sentium.com/a-public-relations-disaster-how-saving-1200-cost-united-airlines-10772839-negative-views-on-youtube/ (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site.

along withhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YGc4zOqozo (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site.

1. Review the text on Setting the Right Ethical Tone and Corporate Social Responsibility. Is there a group of people who you believe will be significantly impacted by the decision made in the Barr incident? Who are they and what are the consequences they will face because of management’s decision?

2. Look at the Starbucks case and, referring to the same text pages, do you think the company is proceeding in an ethical way? Explain?

3. Look at the United Breaks Guitars case. Which company in this case exhibited ethical behavior? Explain?

4. Think about the Approaches to Ethical Reasoning, Duty-Based Ethics and Outcome Based Ethics. Which approach do you think the management of Starbucks used when implementing their diversity training? Which approach did the management of Disney and ABC use? Which approach by the ethical company in the United case? Explain?

Leadership DB

The main discussion board page appears with a list of available discussion forums. Forums are made up of individual discussion threads that can be organized around a particular subject. A thread is a conversation within a forum that includes the initial post and all replies to it. When you access a forum, a list of threads appears.