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Asian Studies
Watch Jame's Hansen's TED Talk on the topic of climate and change. Please write a post in which you analyze at least two aspects of Hansen's speech (see below). Based on your analysis, do you think Hansen has given an effective speech? What can the class learn about informative speech from watching the speech?Hansen's ability to provide new, upated, or relevant information for his audience  Hansen's creation of positive or negative feelings about that informationHansen's use of informative speaking strategies such as definition, description, reporting, explanation, and comparisonHansen's strategies for reducing confusion about the topicHansen's use of speech-writing and organization techniques
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2 assignments Unit VI Scholarly Activity & Unit VII Scholarly Activity

Asian Studies
Unit VI Scholarly ActivityWeight: 11% of course gradeGrading RubricInstructionsBusiness Process CostingFor this assignment, you will explain managerial concepts as they pertain to business process costing. You will select a business process, describe the inputs and outputs, and define the job roles. In your paper, you will evaluate the current process effectiveness, estimate the cost of the process, and propose any improvements for managements consideration. Be sure you have reviewed the assigned chapters and required unit resources on business process management.Instructions:Consider a business process using a firm with which you are familiar. Business processes include the following tasks:developing and managing products and services,marketing and selling products and services,managing customer service,developing and managing human capital, andmanaging information technology.Once you have identified the firm and business process, select, describe, and discuss the business…
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Emerging Participatory Perspective

apa 7th edition, Asian Studies
Reading:Berry, N., McQuiston, C., Parrado, E., & Olmos-Muiz, J. (2012). CBPR and ethnography: The perfect union. In B. Israel, E. Eng, A. Schulz & E. Parker (Eds.), Methods for community-based participatory research for health (2nd ed.), pp. 305334.Kieffer, E. C., Salabarra-Pea, Y., Odoms-Young, A. M., Willis, S. K., Baber, K. E., & Guzman, J. R. The application of focus group methodologies to community-based participatory research. In B. Israel, E. Eng, A. Schulz & E. Parker (Eds.), Methods for community-based participatory research for health (2nd ed.), pp. 249276.Marlow, E., Grajeda, W., Lee, Y., Young, E., Hill, K., & Williams, M. (2015). Peer Mentoring for Male Parolees: A CBPR Pilot Study. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 9(1), 91100.Minkler, M., & Wallerstein, N. (Eds.). (2017). Community-based participatory research for health: advancing health and social equity (3rd ed.).…
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Skill Building Activity Part 2

apa 7th edition, Asian Studies
Part 2: Photo-voice:Using your cell phone or regular camera please take pictures of this place. (You can also take video.) As you are taking pictures/video, please answer the following questions:What do I see here?What's really happening here?How does this relate to my life/to my community's life?Why does this problem, concern, or strength exist?What can I/we do about it - if it is a strength, how can I/we further support it; if it is a problem/concern, how can I/we resolve it?Please prepare a power point with 4 to 5 photos that answer the questions above and tell the story of this place. Be creative. You can make a photo montage, narrate the story of the place, or use video if you like. You can include music or other people telling stories…
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BBA-2301 Unit VI journal and Unit VII journal

Asian Studies
********TWO DIFFERENT JOURNALS. UPLOAD A FILE FOR EACH JOURNAL********Unit VI JournalWeight: 2% of course gradeGrading RubricInstructionsIdentify a specific consumer product that you or your family have used for quite some time. This might be a branded smartphone (if you have used several versions over the years), laundry detergent, or even a favorite fast food establishment to which you are a loyal consumer. Consider the various types of analysis that were presented in the lesson and chapter readings. Now, consider the company responsible for producing your product of choice. Postulate the types of analysis that the company may have employed that directly impacted you as a consumer. Did it change the price, the quality, the experience, or something else? Why did you stay loyal to the product?Your journal entry must be…
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BBA-3602 UNIT VI SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

Asian Studies
Unit VI Scholarly ActivityWeight: 12% of course gradeGrading RubricInstructionsFor this scholarly activity, develop a supporting human resource (HR) plan for an organizational strategy by completing the following tasks:Research a company that has undergone (or attempted to undergo) a shift in organization or culture within the past five years. This shift must have been a result of innovation. Some examples of companies that have gone through this change are Apple, General Motors, Marvel, Delta Airlines, Starbucks, Old Spice, J. Crew, CBS, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Nintendo, Converse, Lego, and Lacoste.Describe the organization or culture before and after the shift. Has the shift been successful (e.g., made the company more profitable or influenced the employees to be more productive employees), or did the shift fail?Layout the human resource plan you would suggest for…
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BBA-3602 unit V home work assignment

Asian Studies
Unit V Homework AssignmentWeight: 10% of course gradeGrading RubricInstructionsFor this homework assignment, you will develop a supporting human resource (HR) plan for an organizational strategy. In a paper of three to four pages (750-1000 words) of text, offer your ideas for a promising HR assignment, development plan, and sustainment plan to support the strategy of an organization expanding to open offices in sub-Sahara Africa. Drawing from appropriate sources, develop a scenario that provides the business of the organization, identify how much expansion is taking place, and identify the countries in which the expansion is taking place.A useful starting point is estimating the total number of relocating employees that can be supported in the host country.Will the organization need to establish a commissary (for grocery purchases), banking and currency exchange, and…
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Skill Building Activity

apa 7th edition, Asian Studies
Skill Building Activity - Part 1: Walking TourChoose a location in your community that you know well. It can be a park, a shopping mall, a place of worship, a street or area of your neighborhood that is meaningful to you. Spend at least 30-60 minutes touring this area on foot. When you visit this place, answer the following questions:Describe this place.What does it look like to you?How do you get there?What role does it play in your life?What role does it play in your community?Why is it important you? What are the strengths of this place?What are the weaknesses of this place?What is the local knowledge or wisdom specific to this place?How did you and others in your community come to acquire that local knowledge?What kind of CBPR work…
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Community Assessment Tools

apa 7th edition, Asian Studies
Readings:Crabtree, C., & Braun, K. (2015). PhotoVoice: A community-based participatory approach in developing disaster reduction strategies. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 9(1), 3139.Santilli, A., Carroll-Scott, A., Wong, F., & Ickovics, J. (2011). Urban youths go 3000 miles: Engaging and supporting young residents to conduct neighborhood asset mapping, American Journal of Public Health, 101(12), 22072210. doi:10.2105/ AJPH.2011.300351Choose either the Santilli et al or Crabtree et al article from the assigned readings.How did the authors use community assessment tools to tackle a public health issue relevant to the community?
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Self-Reflection Exercise

apa 7th edition, Asian Studies
Please answer the questions below.  In this assignment, you are striving to explore your biases and judgments more deeply so that you can arrive at new insights and understandings about yourself and how you relate to the world around you.Self-Reflection Exercise #2 - A Difficult EncounterThink of a challenging situation you had with another person.  This situation should be one where your judgments or biases contributed to the difficulty of the interaction. How did the interaction start, progress, and end?Now ask yourself: What were the judgments and biases that surfaced during the interaction? What were your initial thoughts or reactions to these biases and to the interaction itself?Explore where these biases might come from. How would you like them to be different? How were your judgments/biases helpful?What was positive from this…
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