Imagine that you are a curator at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and are planning an exhibition of objects from the AHIS 1 material that all relate to a singular theme. Give your show a title and select three objects that we have covered in class and explain how they relate to the theme. The objects must be from three different cultures. The theme could be anything from function to type of material to subject matter. This part should be 2-3 paragraphs and include the 3 images pasted into your document. Be sure to include the identifying information of each image – title, date, materials, culture. (Worth 50 points)

Then select one of the three objects to be featured on a public banner advertising the show. You’ve probably seen banners like these  download around Los Angeles. How would this object spark interest in the show? Discuss the object’s formal qualities and how it would captivate a person’s interest if they were driving or walking quickly past the banner. This part should be 1-2 paragraphs (Worth 50 points).

**A few banner ideas from our art history classes will be selected to be printed and hung on actual, physical banners at SMC, demonstrating the creativity and hard work of SMC students.

Ethical Thinking In The Liberal Arts

TOPIC: Ethical Theory Chart and Summary

I need help to complete the Ethical Theory Chart and Summary Attached word document. You will be comparing and contrasting the key ethical ideas of Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, and Aquinas. Present your overall findings in a concise summary of 200-300 words, based on your research.

Include four or more scholarly resources, which may include your textbooks and articles and additional scholarly articles.



Read Chapters 8 and 11 in Beyond Bumper Sticker Ethics.

Read Part I (Socrates, Plato, Aristotle) and Part II (Augustine, Aquinas) in The Story of Ethics: Fulfilling Our Human Nature.

Read “Plato” by Kemerling from the Philosophy Pages Britannica (2011). URL:

Read “Aristotle: Ethics and the Virtues” by Kemerling from The Philosophy Pages (2011). URL:

Read “Aristotle: Ethics and the Virtues” by Kemerling from The Philosophy Pages (2011). URL:

Read “Natural Law” by Porter from the Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology (2011). URL:

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Prevention Of Vicarious Trauma: Self-Awareness And Self-Assessment

As a helping professional, many factors can influence the development of vicarious trauma, including client accounts and your own personal and professional experiences. The shifts in cognitive schemas, as discussed in this week’s Discussion, however, are not absolute. You can participate in activities that can minimize or ameliorate the effects of VT. Self-awareness and self-assessment are critical in identifying the development of VT. It is important to note that practitioners who are more susceptible to VT, such as those working with survivors of critical incidents, especially need to be aware of the symptoms and take steps to minimize the development of VT.

For this Assignment, reflect on the strategies you read about and those you may know from outside this course. Consider those that you use currently or might use in the future to mitigate the effects of VT. Complete the Compassion Fatigue Self Test and analyze the results.

The Assignment (2–3 pages):

  • Summarize the results of the self-assessment.
  • Explain what you learned about yourself as it relates to vicarious trauma.
  • Describe three strategies that you might use to mitigate the effects of vicarious trauma, and explain why you selected each.

Policy Identification

According to the Council on Social Work Education, Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice:

Social workers understand that human rights and social justice, as well as social welfare and services, are mediated by policy and its implementation at the federal, state, and local levels. Social workers understand the history and current structures of social policies and services, the role of policy in service delivery, and the role of practice in policy development. Social workers understand their role in policy development and implementation within their practice settings at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels and they actively engage in policy practice to effect change within those settings. Social workers recognize and understand the historical, social, cultural, economic, organizational, environmental, and global influences that affect social policy. They are also knowledgeable about policy formulation, analysis, implementation, and evaluation. Social workers:

  • Identify social policy at the local, state, and federal level that impacts well-being, service delivery, and access to social services;
  • Assess how social welfare and economic policies impact the delivery of and access to social services;
  • Apply critical thinking to analyze, formulate, and advocate for policies that advance human rights and social, economic, and environmental justice.

This assignment is intended to help students demonstrate the behavioral components of this competency in their field education.

To prepare: Working with your field instructor, identify, evaluate, and discuss policies established by the local, state, and federal government (within the last five years) that affect the day to day operations of the field placement agency.

The Assignment (1-2 pages):

  • Describe the policies and their impact on the field agency.
  • Propose specific recommendations regarding how you, as a social work intern, and the agency can advocate for policies pertaining to advancing social justice for the agency and the clients it serves.

Read Manifesto for a Moral Revolution Chapter 3 and Chapter 4.

Read Manifesto for a Moral Revolution Chapter 3 and Chapter 4.


Respond to the below four questions in this week’s response paper. Answer these questions in a cohesive paper (with a clear introduction and conclusion); do not answer each question separately.

  1. Define one of the first four leadership practices presented by Novogratz, i.e. “Just Start” and “Redefine Success,” “Cultivate Moral Imagination,” OR “Listen to Voices Unheard.”
  2. Explain some observable behaviours (i.e. actions you can use your senses to perceive) associated with this practice.
  3. Describe a time you have personally attempted or witnessed this practice in action.
  4. Analyse what worked and/or what didn’t work in this example from your personal experience.


  • is submitted on time (10% per day late deductions)
  • is 400-500 words
  • thoughtfully responds to the assigned prompt making specific references to the relevant course readings
  • uses direct quotations and paraphrases throughout the paper to support your reflection and analysis
  • uses APA citation style to cite quotations and paraphrases.
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Supervisory Capacity

Assume you are in a supervisory capacity at work explain to your colleague about the questions.

How do you recognize personal and situational factors that may cause employee job dissatisfaction?

● Identify and discuss the reasons people behave the way they do.

● Explain about motivational theories and their importance.

● Explain how one might use the motivational theories to manage their own lives and the performance of others.

● How do you appreciate ways to more effectively cope with people who make your life difficult.

● Compare the assumptions and applications of Theory X and Theory Y in supervision.

● Articulate how job redesign, multitasking, and participative management can be used to develop employee SKAs.

Discussion- Module 4

Please answer the following questions. Answers must be at least 8 sentences long.

1) What exactly is meant by home country advantage?  Can a company in an industry with a home country advantage be successful in other markets (where they don’t have a home country advantage)?

2) Discuss and give two examples of forward integration.

3) Discuss and give two examples of backward integration.

4) What are some problems that might occur in forming a strategic alliance? Provide real-world examples.

5) What are some motivations for forming a strategic alliance? Provide real-world examples.

MGT164: Journal Entry For Class 2

How to write a good journal entry:

1. Read the assigned materials

2. In your journal, answer the questions by referring to the materials in your own words

3. Tie the journal topics to either your personal opinion/experience, examples from other business, and/or examples from class

4.Make sure you have read and understood the material, along with making connections to the reading

**Please make sure to check your submission for accidental plagiarism.*** Carefully review the document: Anti-Plagiarism Guidelines – Use Citations and quotes for text quoted from web or other sources — 

Requirements of Journal Entry for Class 2 (500 words):Read all the materials i posted below and answer the questions

1. “Case: Apple Inc in 2020” — Historically, what have been some of Apple’s competitive advantages that help it create value? Describe 2 of them. What is Apple’s value proposition?

2. “Becoming the Boss” talks about learning how to lead for the first time. It names five misconceptions of first-time managers. Which ones surprised you the most? Why? (Note that we are looking for your point of view here; there is not a single correct answer.)

Class 2 Readings:

1. Case: Apple Inc. in 2020 (reader)

2. “Becoming the Boss” (reader)

3. How To: Business Model Canvas Explained ( (Links to an external site.))

4.“Purpose of a Corporation” (one-page pdf in Module 2 on canvas)

David B. Yoffie and Eric Baldwin, “Apple Inc. in 2018,” Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business School Publishing, Product No. 9-718-439, May 4, 2018, pp. 1-30.

Linda Hill, “Becoming the Boss,” Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business School Publishing, Product No. R0701D, January 2007, pp. 1-11.

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Select an article from Business Week, Forbes, or Wall Street Journal (2018 OR NEWER) that you think describes a strategic initiative for a company in a case where a company is pursuing some type of international strategy.  Answer these questions for that company and be specific.

1) What specific strategy was selected? Explain the difficulties in implementing the strategy or the reason managers said the strategy was selected.

2) Based on what you know about the company, was this a good strategic move? Why?


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Primary Task Response

Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 350–450 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.

Additional Information: Eddison Electronic Company (EEC) provides electricity for several states in the United States. You have been employed as a cost accountant at this organization. You have recently hired Susan Thompson, who has experience with financial accounting. Financial accounting includes preparing journal entries that provide a record of the day-to-day activities of the company and preparing financial statements, such as an income statement, a statement of owners’ equity balance sheet, and a cash flow statement. Although Susan has experience with and fully understands financial accounting, she has no experience with managerial accounting.

With your fellow classmates, please discuss what Susan should know about managerial accounting.

  • Explain the similarities and differences between financial and managerial accounting.
  • Provide examples of the reports used for financial reporting and how those reports differ from managerial accounting reports.
  • Determine how managers might use accounting information for planning and controlling purposes.