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Over the past several weeks, you drafted a research proposal that included three sections:

  • The introduction to the problem
  • The literature review
  • The methodology

Now, it is time to take all of those drafts and culminate them into one final draft. Before doing this, you will need to develop the abstract, which is a summary of your paper.

Upon successful completion of this assignment, you will be able to:

  • Develop a final draft proposal.


  • Textbook: Writing Empirical Research Reports: A Basic Guide for Students of the Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • File: Descriptive Abstract and Final Draft.pdf
  • File: Experimental Abstract and Final Draft.pdf
  • File: Qualitative Abstract and Final Draft.pdf

Background Information

An abstract is a short summary of what is in the paper; someone who reads the abstract should be able to obtain a snapshot of what they will read in the study. For your research proposal, the abstract should summarize the problem of the study, give a short background of the problem, provide a summary of the literature review, and provide a summary of the elements of the methodology used.

Format your abstract according to these guidelines:

  • The abstract is on the first page after the cover page.
  • The word “Abstract” is centered at the top of the page (no bold, no underline, no colon).
  • The first line of the content is flush left (no indent).
  • Do not include in-text citations in the body of the abstract.
  • The abstract should be a single paragraph.
  • The abstract is double spaced.
  • The abstract is a minimum of 150–250 words.


  1. Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
  2. In your textbook Writing Empirical Research Reports, read:
    1. Chapter 13
    2. Chapter 15
  3. Take a moment to look through these example final drafts provided for your reference:
    1. Descriptive Abstract and Final Draft.pdf
    2. Experimental Abstract and Final Draft.pdf
    3. Qualitative Abstract and Final Draft.pdf
  4. Write your abstract.
  5. Be sure to make any corrections to your original drafts.
  6. Compile your finished drafts into one paper:
    1. Cover page
    2. Abstract
    3. Introduction to the Problem
    4. Literature Review
    5. Methodology
    6. References (be sure that the references begin on a new page)
  7. Your paper should align with APA requirements, including a cover page, in-text citations, and a reference page.

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Paper Three Assignment: Analyzing a Personal Experience

150 Points

Technical Requirements

3-5 pages

12-point, Times New Roman font


Citations for all information beyond common knowledge

Objects of analysis may simply be described in the text

APA-style Bibliography and in-text citations

Grammar, spelling and syntax should reflect college-level work

Topic must be approved at least one week before the due date


This paper requires you to analyze your own firsthand experience as the target of persuasion. The first step will be to select a persuasive environment. Based on social distancing restrictions, your analysis should be based on your recollection of an experience or multiple experiences. Or you may analyze an online environment. You should not go to a persuasive environment for this assignment.

Here are your two options for the paper:

1) Analyze a persuasive environment based on memory. For example, you might reflect on a place you have visited frequently like Best Buy, Macy’s, etc. Do your best to recall how you are greeted upon entry, the atmospherics of the place, and anything else relevant to the assignment.

2) Analyze an online persuasive space, such as Amazon or a retailer’s web site. How is the site arranged? How is language used? To what extent does your experience seem to be customized?

As you review your experiences with persuasive environments, you should attempt to write down the salient aspects of the experience. At this point it is okay if you cannot nail down specific concepts. Instead, focus on what stood out to you. After reviewing your notes, you should match your experiences to course concepts. While writing this essay, you will likely draw from concepts related to:

Cognitive Shorthands

Sequential Persuasion

Interpersonal Persuasion



Nonverbal communication

However, you may utilize any concepts discussed in lecture or the textbook.

Structure of the Essay

Introduction (no more than one page)

Set the scene by briefly describing the persuasive environment(s).

It might be helpful to include some background information. However, be sure to include citations for anything beyond common knowledge.

State your argument about the persuasive environment.

Preview your analysis.

Analysis (no more than two pages)

This section is about proving your argument. Here are two ways you might organize the analysis:

Spatially: as you made your way through the environment, what types of persuasion did you encounter? Be sure to explain the course concepts.

Topically by course concept.

Conclusion (no more than one page)

In this section you will summarize your argument and offer insights. Some topics you might cover here include:

What did you learn about persuasion while writing this paper?

Are there aspects for persuasion that you took for granted?

What is the role of critical thinking in interpersonal persuasion?

What is the role of ethics? Relate your experience to one of the ethical perspectives previously discussed in class.

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Using the suggested outline below, write a detailed research paper on a type of cancer of breast organ.You should employ scientific sources/literature including review articles in your research on the topic (organ) and be sure to use the AMA style for your reference. There is no length limit on this paper but it should be detailed, comprehensive, well-organized and should have the appropriate language for scientific communication.

Organ Cancer Outline:


-Types/ Forms


-Risk Factors


-Molecular Basis of the Cancer

-Clinical Manifestation

-Biomarkers and Cytogenetic Laboratory Features



-Screening/ Prevention

-Cancer Therapy


-Current/ Future Research


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Summarize what you learned in one page no more than 250 words, double spaced, 12 point type, one-inch margins with an appropriate header in MLA format (50 points)

    • Possible student prompts for your Learning Reflection: What did you learn? What worked well? What was the most challenging aspect of this project? What will you do differently next time? What did you understand that you did not know before completing this project?
    • Students will expand learning in understanding:
      ♦ Changing marketing environments
      ♦ Tools of marketing in a global marketplace
      ♦ Targeting marketing opportunities
      ♦ Satisfying marketing opportunities
      ♦ Physical distribution


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A method should only do 1 specific task

Comment on your code (not how, but WHAT)

Use the concepts we learned in class

Refer to the PPT slides

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In Carpenter v. U.S., the FBI applied for three orders from a magistrate judge to obtain “transactional records” for numbers provided to them by one of the four criminals that were wanted in connection in a series of bank robberies. The judge granted the orders under the Stored Communications Act, 18 U.S.C. 2703(d), which yielded cell-site location data, to which also included locations of the individuals when calls were made. Timothy Carpenter was one who was eventually arrested and charged by means of this data, to which Carpenter filed a motion to suppress the data as evidence in belief that It violated the Fourth Amendment by requiring the FBI have a warrant to obtain such data. The U.S. Supreme court ruled in favor of Carpenter claiming that the government warrantless acquisition of the cell-site records did in fact violate the Fourth Amendment.

I personally do not agree with the court’s decision in Carpenter v. U.S. as I find their decision to be based in unsubstantiated opinion and hypocrisy to prior court decision like the one in Smith v. Maryland. They are presuming that the defendant was not aware that their cell data and information was collected by the cellular provider and had a reasonable expectation of privacy based on the way people view digital data today. The case in fact is that a lot of people are more aware that cell service provider is attuned to data like our location, and maintain the expectation that they don’t have privacy in it. Additionally, people are made aware through privacy agreements when obtaining service of such collection of information. Lastly, prior cases have held that law enforcement is privy to the service provider information on a phone without a warrant provided there is a criminal investigation. We must keep in mind that this case was not a real time track of information or communications which is completely separate entity, but seemingly the viewpoint the court took to make this ruling.

2) What is the dissent’s strongest argument?

The Supreme Court decided this case in a 5-4 decision. The dissenters all had valid arguments, however the strongest was Justice Alito’s, to which Justice Thomas joined. Justice Alito argued that the defendant (Carpenter) did not have standing to object to a third parties’ property, and that having a third party inquire into its own records to produce specific documents was in fact less intrusive than an actual search. Justice Alito’s explanation comes directly from the court’s decision not to apply what is the most important aspect of this case, which is the third-party doctrine is a rule that information losses its Fourth Amendment protections once it is revealed to a third party knowingly (Kerr, 2009). Justice Kennedy would file a dissent which stated similarly that cell-site records are business records and the government has a lawful right to obtain them by a compulsory process.


Carpenter v. United States. (n.d.). Oyez. Retrieved from

Kerr, O. (2009). The Case for the Third-Party Doctrine. Michigan Law Review, 107(4), 561-601. Retrieved from

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Performance Lawn Equipment

Your manager, Elizabeth Burke, has identified some additional questions she would like you to answer using the Performance Lawn Equipment Database

  1. Are there significant differences in ratings of specific product/service attributes in the Customer Survey worksheet?
  2. In the worksheet On-Time Delivery, has the proportion of on-time deliveries in 2018 significantly improved since 2014?
  3. Although engineering has collected data on alternative process costs for building transmissions in the worksheet Transmission Costs, why didn’t they reach a conclusion as to whether one of the proposed processes s better than the current process?
  4. Are there differences in employee retention due to gender, college graduation status, or whether the employee is from the local area in the data in the worksheet Employee Retention?

Conduct appropriate statistical analyses and hypothesis tests to answer these questions and summarize your results in a formal report to your (fictional) manager, Ms. Burke.

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Choose from of the following choices for this discussion:

Option A: Religious and Spiritual Development

Consider religion and spiritual development from a developmental perspective using the Faith Development Theories document (linked in Resources) as a guide. Select one theory and identify at least one current peer-reviewed scholarly source that has incorporated this theory. Respond to the following:

  1. Briefly describe the theory (one paragraph only).
  2. What are the strengths and limitations of this theory?
  3. Discuss how the theory has been applied in the scholarly source you identified.
  4. Discuss how this theory can be applied to a real-world situation.

Option B: Christian Privilege…

This is a two-part question:

  1. Discuss the concept of privilege in general using course materials to inform your work.
  2. Consider the concept of privilege that was discussed in the video Christian Privilege and answer the following:
    • Do you agree with the notion of “Christian privilege?” Why or why not?
    • How is Christian privilege like or different from other types of privilege?
    • What are some strategies for combating Christian privileges?

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