Epigenetics

APA (edition "APA 6"), Humanities
View the Ted Talk  and Answer the following Questions. 1.  What do we mean when we say  "You are what you Eat?"2. Define Epigenetics and when it emerged on the science stage.3. How has Dr Peek's Grandparents life experience effected her health potential?4. What is the MTHFR gene.  (what does it stand for and what does it do?5. What are Methyl donors and how do we get them? MIND. MOUTH and MUSCLE.  6.  What do you know about your grandparent's, parent's and ancestor's life experiences and how do you plan to improve your health using this epigenetic information.
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discussion

Humanities, Undergraduate
FROM THE PROFESSOR:We fear difference.  Not everyone to the same degree... but some degree in all people.Prejudice is an antipathy towards another person based upon pre-existing belief or opinion, resulting from some form of social categorisation or membership of a particular group.It relies upon a stereotypical characterisation, or generalisation, of others, which is not grounded in evidence or experience.In this sense, prejudicial views are not based upon rational judgements and are inherently unjust.In some cases, the views held about the members of another group are so exaggerated and misconceived that they become almost laughable or, worse, flat out dangerous.However, it is easy to dismiss them as the product of ignorant and closed minds as they can often be part of a social system which creates a hierarchical order, justifying discrimination…
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Cultural Background

Humanities, Undergraduate
Prepare a Cultural Background Summary of your personal cultural background. This paper should highlight the different sources that have contributed to your cultural background. Additionally, speculate on the extent to which your current identity has been molded by your family and your own assimilation, acculturation, and/or climate of pluralism in your family home and your current home (if you live outside of your biological family).2-3 pages full pages of text - 1 margins / Double spaced / Typed / 12pt Times New Roman or Ariel font
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Cultural Identity Essay (Literature and Composition)

Humanities, MLA
We have been discussing factors that contribute to the formation of a persons identity and the dangers of stereotyping people by viewing them from one single story.  In the essay, assert and explain the 3 most important aspects of your identity which reveal the complex, multifaceted sides to your identity. Review your class notes on Cultural Identities and your homework on the essays by Adichie, Tan, and Gonzalez.  Do NOT go on the internet for ideas.  ALL IDEAS SHOULD BE YOUR OWN. Needs Rough DraftOutlineBrain Storm2 Quotes from ArticlesFinal Draft Topic Ideas to discuss: Age, Gender, Family
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Primate Profiles

Humanities, MLA
Focus on one species of primate you like and share some facts about it that help you remember traits about the different taxonomic groups we see in the Primate Order. Prompts: Use what you have learned in Week 2 and Week 3 modules and textbook, and the information you've gathered on the Week 2 & 3 - Primate Traits Comparison Table to write a tweet about one primate species. The point is to make the tweet educational and creative. Include at least 3 facts about your chose primate species, but don't say what the primate is so that your classmates can guess. Your tweet needs to include: at least 3 facts that distinguish your primate from other species at least one should be about anatomy, and at least one should…
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Primate Profiles

Humanities, MLA
Focus on one species of primate you like and share some facts about it that help you remember traits about the different taxonomic groups we see in the Primate Order.Prompts:Use what you have learned in Week 2 and Week 3 modules and textbook, and the information you've gathered on the Week 2 & 3 - Primate Traits Comparison Table to write a tweet about one primate species. The point is to make the tweet educational and creative. Include at least 3 facts about your chose primate species, but don't say what the primate is so that your classmates can guess.Your tweet needs to include:at least 3 facts that distinguish your primate from other speciesat least one should be about anatomy, and at least one should be about behavior. The third…
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Musical Instrument-Informative speech

Humanities, Undergraduate
Chapter 5 deals with how to choose a topic! You need to brainstorm and come up with 3 different topics for your Informative Speech Presentation.This class will be doing a Category on Musical Instruments.  Choose 3 different INSTRUMENTS as the 3 seperate topics to complete this assignment. ONE of THESE THREE TOPICS will be your topic for your INFORMATIVE SPEECH PRESENTATION. No Other Topics are allowed for the Informative Speech Recording assignment. Please submit the following:NUMBER EACH ITEM UNDER THE TOPIC! This is not an essay submission.Topic # 1:1. Explain how Topic #1 links/applies to the immediate audience with a stated SOURCE! Document SOURCE and explain how it says the topic is relevant to the audience. For example: According to the May 12, 2019 issue of World Music, the USA…
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Chinese Mythology

Humanities, Undergraduate
Throughout this summer session, we have covered a wealth of different topics relating to the long-term development and evolution of Chinese mythology and supernatural. As a final paper, students will be asked to produce an essay (of 5-6 pages) that offers an analytical glimpse into any related topics. In completing this assignment, students are encouraged to draw upon all available class materials (i.e., lectures, assigned readings and films) as well as outside sources.Students paper should:    Be written in English, use 12-point font, be double spaced, and use 1.0-1.5 inch margins.    Be from 5-6 pages long.    Have a meaningful title, i.e., not just Question 1 or Monkey King.    Include as least four sources. These may include books from the library, scholarly journal articles, or even relevant films and other visual materials.…
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Lankoff

Humanities, Undergraduate
Answer these questions after reading the attached file. 1) Summarize her argument (the point(s) she's trying to make) in 1-2 sentences.2) What aspects of her article seem really dated (remember it was published in mid 1970s)? What aspects (if any) seem still relevant? (3-5 sentences)
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social challenges and businesses

Humanities, Undergraduate
Module 5 has addressed the rise of populism and other forces that are contesting globalisation and unsettling the current world order. You have explored the positive impact of globalisation in Unit 2, and then discussed the growing resistance to globalisation that has manifested itself in populist politics in the West in Unit 3. This assignment requires you to reflect on the impact of populism in the 21st century on the business community, by reflecting on the content in this module. To aid your written response, explore the following three resources that analyse the impact of populism on the business community. Resource 1: A political and economic analysis on populism in the US. Henry Olsen explains the rise of populism in America, he details different factors that lead to the rise…
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