Develop a codebook based on the themes

Humanities, Undergraduate
Part 1: Utilize the web site Little Red Riding Hood to complete the following:    Develop a codebook based on the themes you identify after reading the story. You must have 5 to 7 themes.    In your codebook, you need to have at least two examples from the story to support your code.Part 2:  Navigate to and apply your code to the story:  The Three Little Pigs.    How well did the code work?    What can you generalize about fairy tales based on your analysis of these two fairy tales?Part 3:  Provide a visual display of your findings based on both fairy tales and your codebook.
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Tourism Post Covid-19

APA (edition "APA 6"), Humanities
After more than a year of traveling restrictions, the recovery for the tourism and hospitality sector requires to work on significant changes to adapt to the new challenges. Kindly summarize and analyse the following:- What will change in traveling behaviour?- How can industry shapers overcome these changes?- Which market segments do you believe will succeed and why?- How can Saudi Arabia adopt to challenges to accomplish the ambitious goals in the sector?
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Effects of domestic violence among adolescent female in foster care.

Humanities, Undergraduate
Methods of Social ResearchResearch ProposalTitle Pagea.) Your title should have a dependent and independent variables and the nature of who will be studied (See the example below).b.) Put the authors names and their institutional affiliation (e.g.).Abstract (150-250 words)a.) This is a brief summary of the research project. Put the hypotheses, the sample, and briefly mention the research procedures like if a survey or interviews were used. If you actually conducted the study, what results would you expect to find?Table of Contentsa.) A listing of all the major headings in your paper, along with their page numbers.Problem Formationa.) Introduce the problem and justify its importance (This section answers the question: Why should anyone care about this problem?)b.) Deriving at the Problem    How the problem was derived (social problem, personal interest,…
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Develop a codebook

Humanities, Undergraduate
Part 1: Utilize the web site Little Red Riding Hood to complete the following:    Develop a codebook based on the themes you identify after reading the story. You must have 5 to 7 themes.    In your codebook, you need to have at least two examples from the story to support your code.Part 2:  Navigate to and apply your code to the story:  The Three Little Pigs.    How well did the code work?    What can you generalize about fairy tales based on your analysis of these two fairy tales?Part 3:  Provide a visual display of your findings based on both fairy tales and your codebook.
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Taiwanese history

Humanities, Undergraduate
Part 3 requirements: 1.    600 to 700 words, double spaced, standard font (Times New Roman, etc.)2.    Locate and summarize one (1) scholarly book monograph (single-authored) published by a university press, e.g. University of California Press, or an academic trade press. The book should ideally be published after 2000, and at the earliest 1975.3.    Provide the proper citation in Chicago format: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/01/ (Links to an external site.)4.    Briefly tell me how you located the book.5.    Summarize the book and its argument. Spend no more than 50% of the paper (300-350 words) on summary.6.    Explain how this book provides context and sheds light on your primary source. What did you learn from this secondary source that you could not glean from the primary source? How does your primary source elaborate, complicate, elucidate,…
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Human Services Case Study review

Humanities, Not applicable
Please read the case study in attachment and answer the following questions with AT LEAST 5 sentences for each.1. Upon reviewing the case, what were the steps that Susan Schroeder took to handle the situation? What, if any, additional steps should she have taken that were omitted in this scenario? Please identify and discuss. (Answer question with five sentences or more.) 2. Read about the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) (https://www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/fmla). To what extent does FMLA pertain to the dilemma faced by Susan Schroeder and Martin Foresman? Please explain. Additionally, how might the difficulties dealing with personal time off (PTO), sick, and FMLA leave be handled? (Answer question with five sentences or more). 3. The American's with Disability Act (ADA) has relevance to protections accorded Martin Foresman (https://askjan.org/disabilities/Alzheimer-s-Disease.cfm). What…
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Baldwin

APA (edition "APA 6"), Humanities
1.    When was this article written?2.    Why did Baldwin think the neighborhood had changed?3.    What were the emerging politics of the time?4.    What did he mean when he wrote, Such frustration, so long endured, is driving many strong, admirable men and women whose only crime is color to the very gates of paranoia?5.    How does Baldwin compare Black and White Poverty?6.    Why did he see public housing as an insult?7.    What were Baldwins views of the police and the policemen?8.    What did he mean by going downtown?9.    What were the differences, according to Baldwin, between Northern and Southern Whites views on race?
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Hernandez and Petrakis

APA (edition "APA 6"), Humanities
Hernandez and PetrakisRead article and then answer the following questions. 1.    Both authors as youth are caught in ethnic identity struggles.  In one paragraph for each describe the fundamental issues. In a third paragraph, discuss how they each resolved it.2.    Both authors write about incidents from their youth. In one paragraph each, how do they reflect on these as adults?3.    For Petrakis why did he go back to the store and what did he learn one paragraph?4.    For Hernandez, why did she switch from English to Spanish one paragraph5.    What does Hernandez mean when she states that she and Teresa are similar one paragraph6.    Is there any issue from either article that you can relate to one paragraph
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ethnography on a random cultural phenomenon

Humanities, Undergraduate
During the semester you will be responsible for writing a short report on a cultural topic called ethnography. An ethnography is a cultural report that is based on the scientific method. Your ethnography will be based on you using one primary research method (interview, observation, or participant observation) that you chose to answer one research question about a cultural phenomenon or cultural meaning of something.Ethnographies are organized like a scientific research paper with a research question and, for this assignment, an optional hypothesis.Your ethnographys research data will be gathered using primary research. Primary research involves going out into the natural world (or online world) and gathering data yourself in order to answer a research question. Secondary research, on the other hand,involves reading about other people's research.Your first mini-ethnography assignment, "ME…
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International Relations

Humanities, Undergraduate
My Research Topic is: "How could the US be said to have overstepped its boundaries in intervening in other countries' internal affairs?".Please find the instructions on the attached document. Include Harvard-style citations and a bibliography.Don't hesitate to ask me any questions.
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