Develop an 8 page APA paper with 8-10 references which includes Abstract, Introduction, Several Bodies, Conclusion & references

Develop a PPT with 15 slides for this paper along with references slide.

(a) Explain the below topics in your paper and then answer the below question by highlighting a fictitious company (Consider Amazon as it uses various information systems in their business).

(b) Please center your paper around the fictitious company (Amazon). The product doesn’t matter, but how you sell it to consumers does. Your paper should be from the perspective of a manager or an executive that uses Information Systems to increase the bottom-line and grows the company. Be sure to provide examples of all the elements that you have learned.

Topics to use for Part(a):

Business Driven MIS

Value Driven Business

Sustaining and disruptive technology

Ethical and information security issues can arise when conducting E-business

Business Intelligence & Data Mining

Common Data Mining Applications:

-Customer Analytics

-Fraud Detection (Risk and Fraud)

Common Modelling Techniques:


-Response Modelling

-Attrition Modelling

Data Mining

Descriptive DM (Associations, trends, clusters and anomalies | Unsupervised learning techniques | Describes patterns and relationships in large data sets)

Predictive DM (Performs induction on the current data to make predictions “ Dependent Variables, Exploratory or Independent Variables | Supervised learning techniques)

Prescriptive DM

3 Popular Data Mining standard processes | Process to follow while working on a DM project*CRISP-DM*: Cross-Industry Standard Process for Data Mining

KDD – Knowledge Discovery in databases

SEMMA Process – Sample, explore, modify, model and assess

ERP, Enterprise Systems, Integrations & Middleware

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( at least 250) The term monasticism comes from monos meaning “alone” or “one,” indicating a detachment of the devotee from the world. In Roman Catholic Christianity, third century hermits who sought a life more devoted to Christ than the ordinary Christian, joined in communities. The rules of these monastic communities were classically formulated by St. Benedict of Nursia (C.E. 480-547). According to the Rule of St. Benedict, Monks are,

“Not to be fond of pleasures. To become a stranger to the ways of the world. Not to be fond of much talking. Often to devote oneself to prayer. Not to give way to the desires of the flesh; and to hate one’s own will.”

In the formative days of Roman Catholicism, those who went into the monasteries were typically the best and brightest of society. They were those who were educated in societies that were generally illiterate. But in the last 40 years, the Roman Catholic Church has experienced a dramatic decline in monks and nuns. Research what life is like for Catholic monks and nuns today; then speculate as to what the Church can do to attract people to the monasteries once again. Or should they change nothing? Or perhaps monasteries are no longer necessary? Present your research and explain your position.

Before writing on this topic, you should research Catholic monasticism. This is because you are required to do research in association with each of the discussion topics so that you can provide well-informed opinions. Ensure that you provide original writing (do not copy the words of your sources) and that the citations are in proper MLA (Modern Language Association) citation

Please read over the other students’ response and then reply to at least one classmate. In your reply identify something you had not previously been aware of or something which challenges you to think differently.(50 words)

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Follow the instruction to write 3000words report

Please find the task Assessment 3 in the course file I sent you. And read every single word on instruction. Especially the word allocation.

My last Assessment was about the Art Gallery. So this time, two companies you are writing about must be relate to them. And two companies must be Australian companies too.

There will be lots of lecture Notes you need to read about. I can send you the logins of the Course if you need

1.5 spacing is required

Reference must be in Harvard style.

All the work must be original

Turnitin report is required

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The list already reserved with other student, so you can choose other topic from the attachment .

Machiavelli Paper Topics – Reserved

  1. Natural & Divine Law – Daniela
  2. Cold War – Thanasis
  3. Love & Fear in Leadership – Adanna
  4. WWII – Tash
  5. Lorenzo de’Medici – Gabrielle
  6. Principalities – Omar
  7. Aristotle – Kaitlyn
  8. Machiavelli Leadership – Melissa
  9. Art of War – Shannon
  10. Renaissance – Ben
  11. Feudalism – Adriana
  12. Emperor Maximilian – Denisse
  13. Remedy & Disease – Brandon
  14. Humanist Revival – Julia
  15. Leonardo da’Vinci – Keefer
  16. City-State System – Ashley
  17. Plato – Rubi
  18. FDIC – Anthony
  19. Mercenaries – Craig
  20. Despotism – Skylar

Read “The Prince” and Answer all “Machiavelli Chapter Questions” in complete sentence. Due 4/29 Wednsday

The first part is “Machiavelli Introduction with Thesis & References” Due 5/3 Sunday.

The second part is the complete research paper. It’s due 5/10. This paper should be 5 pages (minimum and maximum) and not including the title and reference pages.

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Guided Response: Respond in a substantive manner to at least two of your classmates’. Each response should be at least 100 words. Be sure to relate your discussion back to the course materials and move the conversation forward by asking a question, raising a new point, or elaborating more thoroughly upon a point already raised.

Classmate # 1 Regina Carter

One of the areas that were in need of reform in American Society during the period between 1890 and 1920 was the rights of the African Americans. African Americans were still yet experiencing great bouts of discrimination, violence, lynchings, race riots and disfranchisement especially in the South. They continued to experience social injustices although this was the Progressive era where a movement was formed to create change in society toward the minority by improving those individuals by offering education, improving working conditions, and living conditions along with social justice. Segregation was still at an all time high in every area and African Americans were still having trouble with voting and gaining higher positions in their occupations. The constant struggle with civil rights and equality in both the North and the South with race relations continually deteriorating (Barnes & Bowles, 2014, sec. 5.3). With Jim Crow laws in effect, it made it difficult for African Americans to reach a full freedom of rights.

While the progressives continued to fight for the rights of immigrants and even accomplished changes in the U.S. Constitution, labor laws, and in Women’s rights, very little was done to resolve the issues that African Americans continued to suffer through. Woodrow Wilson fought for social justice during his presidency his upbringing and beliefs continued to push for racial separation in government offices, education, in public places, and ignored the lynchings and other violence that were taken place (Barnes & Bowles, 2014, sec. 5.3). With the progressive reform unsuccessfully being able to tackle the issues, African American leaders had to develop their own reforms in order to accomplish some of the rights of the people such as Booker T. Washington with the Tuskegee Institute, W.E.B. Du Bois with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored, and Marcus Garvey establishing the Universal Negro Improvement Association. These organizations helped further the education of the African American People and continued the fight for their civil rights.

The rights of African Americans in our present day has won many victories with civil rights and equality but there is still a racial divide in many areas including social injustice, poverty, healthcare disparities, police brutality, stigmas, and other racial disadvantages. Aijilore (2019), discussed how African Americans are still experiencing the lack of economic mobility because of the racist policies that continue to be imparted into society causing racial disparities in affordable housing, criminal injustice, limited healthcare access, and other economic and racial injustices (pg. 2-3). African Americans are still fighting for their rights of full freedom in every area but continue to attempt to resolve the issues through the State and local Government, NAACP and other Organizations, the passing of laws through the Legislature, and through demonstrations, awareness, and protests.


Ajilore, O. (2019). 3 Ways to Improve the Outcomes for African Americans in the Rural South. Retrieved from (Links to an external site.)

Barnes, L. & Bowles, M. (2014). The American story: Perspectives and encounters from 1877 . Retrieved from

Classmate #2 Ryan Richard

In the early twentieth century, workers’ rights and safety was quite different than it is today. Progressives worked to create or expand existing regulations concerning the rights and safety of American workers in various fields. Some of these changes came about by popular culture shedding light on the issue, such as Upton Sinclair’s book, The Jungle, about the incredibly poor working conditions those in the meatpacking industry were exposed to. Sinclair’s work even led to government regulations over the manufacturing of food and drugs in the nation, and the descriptions in The Jungle also helped pass the Pure Food and Drug and Meat Inspection Act in 1906 (History Matters, n.d., para. 1). Another change made by Progressives to improve workers’ rights and workplace safety the implementation of workers’ compensation laws, which protected those who were injured on the job (Barnes & Bowles, 2014, sec. 5.2).

Progressive endeavors to make the workplace a safer environment for American workers was successful because it began the government oversight of employers’ too often unsafe and unfair working conditions for their workers. These changes can still be seen today. We have fair working hours, regulated sanitation and safety standards for employers, workers’ compensation, and numerous other protections from the unionization of many industries. I believe we are living in yet another Progressive era in which further advancements in the safety, health, and happiness of workers are being strived for by many Progressives at the local, state, and federal levels. Some of these include paid maternity/paternity leave, an increase of the minimum wage, and increasing worker safety and environmental standards.


Barnes, L. & Bowles, M. (2014). The American story: Perspectives and encounters from 1877 [Electronic version]. Retrieved from

History Matters. (n.d.). Upton Sinclair hits his readers in the stomach (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from

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Mary’s 1st baby was delivered via c/section due to the baby being in the breech position. She is requesting a VBAC (vaginal birth after c/section) for this her second baby. By ultrasound this baby is in the vertex position. In reviewing the postoperative report from her first surgery – it is noted that she had a low transverse uterine incision.

What are your thoughts on having a vaginal birth with this second baby?

What education can you provide to her?

What is the risk to her and does this change your thoughts and advise?


Mary is not progressing in labor appropriately, and the decision has been made to move toward a cesarean section. She understands, agrees, and signs the consent for surgery. You will again accept this patient in the recovery – or initial postpartum period.

Recognize that you will complete BUBBLEHE assessment. In addition, the abdominal assessment will also include assessment of the incision. Note the type of dressing used to cover the incision. Is it approximated? Is there any bleeding? Does she have bowel sounds? Is the abdomen distended? Is it soft? Do you assess the fundus and where is it located? It should be firm. Note pain assessment.

Submit as a word document 4-6 pages with title page (with necessary information and APA format 12 font, page numbers, in text citations and reference page. In the body of the text, please provide the scenario and answer the questions appropriately using your critical thinking skills.

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For our final assessment and last assignment please give me 200 words on the following question.

Information Security as a concern is evolving. This semester we covered the basics in terms of concepts and what the bad guys can do and how. We also talked about the ethics associated and how the existence of the Internet challenges ethics. What are, in your opinion the major factors that will shape security and ethics associated with the Internet-over the next 10 years? What and why do you think so? Reflect on what we learned and trend forward.

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There are many medical insurance plans available. Some examples include, HMO, EPO, PPO, and POS. Each of these plans, however, are different from each other in various ways. Imagine that you are an HR professional and you are tasked with researching and proposing a particular medical insurance plan to the leadership team of your organization. Your proposal to your team will require you to research and select one type of plan and contrast it against three (3) other types. In your 1,000-word proposal, present a concise summary of the chosen plan and how it compares to the others. Include at least one visual (i.e. chart, table, graph) that illustrates your information. Recommend a change to this type of insurance plan noting some clear specifics as to why this plan would be most beneficial. As you construct this proposal, consider your own insurance coverage and what aspects you like/dislike.

Support your proposal with course materials and at least three (3) additional sources. Use correct APA format throughout. Required word count does not include the reference page. A title page and abstract are not required. Consult the Writing Assignment Grading Rubric to ensure you are meeting the assignment’s criteria as this information and the rubric will be used to assess your work.

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Initial Post (about 5 sentences answer all three questions)

Answer the following questions.

One of the driving forces behind globalization is internationalism, a system that seeks to balance national sovereignty with international cooperation, especially in pursuit of world peace and development. The objective of this week’s assignment is to understand internationalism as a driving force behind globalization.

(1) Select an international treaty that interests you (here’s a list of the big ones: (Links to an external site.)). Summarize the main objective of the treaty and tell us why it interests you. Is the treaty about world peace, world development, or something else?

(2) Explain one way the treaty recognizes national sovereignty (sovereignty means countries retain ultimate control over what happens within their borders).

(3) Explain one way the treaty seeks to embed sovereign countries in a transnational system of cooperation.

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800-1500 words (Excluding title, name, professor, class and date) It must be 800 – 1500 words of the actual text • Creative and specific title • Presentation of a focused and arguable thesis statement • Show awareness of the rhetorical context • Use of textual evidence in the form of quotes, paraphrases, and summarization • Clear organization • MLA format

Must have a very strong structured analysis, must incorporate lots of evidence from the novel to support your points, must also develop a very strong thesis and avoid summarizing the story as this is key to ensuring your points lead to a cohesive argument


– Woodson’s novel is under two hundred pages yet, as critic Ron Charles points out, “[she] explores class, race and death with unflinching honesty and emotional depth.” Discuss the literary elements that make Red at the Bone successful in tackling these powerful themes with such brevity.

– Throughout the book, several characters emerge as heroes. If you were to select a singular working class hero from this story, who would it be? Along with class, consider how gender may affect the character’s ability to shine as a hero

Please mark the thesis

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