As a college student, you need to find time to study and complete your assignments. However, the rest of your life continues as if you have not just gotten busier.

For example, a student, Tammy, was pursuing her master’s degree. Because her husband had supported her when she earned her bachelor’s degree, she thought that circumstances would be the same during her master’s degree; however, it did not happen that way. She still did all the cooking, all the grocery shopping, and she was having trouble trying to finish her homework with the kids running around. Finally, frustrated, she blew up at her husband. After she calmed down and they really talked to each other, her husband shared that he thought that because she had already earned a degree, she knew what to do and would not need any help. Tammy shared that it was because her husband supported her by taking over some of the things Tammy normally did that she was able to complete her first degree.

Families (support systems) may not intuitively know what the college student needs. Tammy was self-advocating, having the “I need” conversation with her husband. In her case, she needed a quiet area to study four times a week for two hours, help with the kids during study time, and some help with cooking and cleaning when projects were due. She found that by sharing what she needed, her family (support system) understood her needs and were better able to meet them.

What are your needs? For Part 1 of this assignment, you are going to have an “I need” conversation with your support system (family, friends, whoever will be there to support you).This involves the following steps:

First, write a list of the main points you want to cover in your conversation – what is it that you really need to make this college journey a positive experience? You want to explain what you are doing, why you are doing it, and what you need from this person.

Second, point out the “win-win” in the situation – how does your support person “win” when they help you to meet your needs while you are a college student? Also, be ready to answer questions your support person may have for you.

Third, during the “I need” conversation, pay attention to the verbal and nonverbal cues your partner is giving you. Be able to interpret those signals appropriately so you have a productive and meaningful conversation.


After having your “I need” conversation, for Part 2 of this assignment you will write a paper about your experience. Your written assignment is to address the following points, using at least 750 words:

1.Provide your “I need….” list. Explain the points you wanted to cover in the conversation.

2.Recap your “I need…” conversation. With whom did you have the conversation? Did you cover your main points? Why or why not?

3.Reflect on your emotions. How were you feeling during the conversation?

4.Analyze your support person’s response. How did the person respond to your conversation?

5.Anticipated results: Do you believe you will get what you need? Why or why not?

6.If you were to have the “I need” conversation with a second person, would you change anything given your experience with the first conversation? Why or why not?


1. Write a composition using one of the topics listed below. Your composition needs to be three to five paragraphs long. It must contain an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. a. Argue for or against the limitation of speed limits. b. Explain why a certain sport is your favorite. c. Compare and contrast driving in the winter and driving in the summer. d. Analyze the best way to buy a car, mow a lawn, or prepare a meal. e. Describe a memorable day in your life. 2. Write a letter of complaint. Follow the rules for a business letter, and use the full-block style. The complaint may be about anything you wish (such as malfunctioning equipment, poor building maintenance, or disruptive noises from a nearby business). You can base your letter on a true experience, or you can make up all the details you need. Please note that a form letter or a template cannot be used in constructing your response to question 2. When a form letter or template is used, you are giving little to no thought to wording or formatting, and you are not actually creating your own complaint; you are simply filling in the blanks of someone else’s work. For this reason, a grade of 1% will be issued if a form letter or template is used.


I would like the essay to be ether about: war photograhy in iraq, women in the war, even possibly WOMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) you could pick anything that has to with the Iraq war. Global Warming is also an idea. Please help me pick a topic that has lots of information regarding it. I have to do a 4-5 page essay.

I need a draft essay proposal (including Introduction and Thesis Statement) for Essay 2, the Researched Position Essay. This must be typed, in a well-organized format of your choosing; please use Times New Roman 12-point type, that you may treat my eyes (part of your audience!) with respect. Please keep all process. This should include all drafts of the pitch, notes from your reading, and any other notes and brainstorming that went into the pitch.. An updated draft of the pitch, plus an essay outline as well.


These two question are about my RTM class plzzz you have to be very detailed.

The first question is

1. Among the Toraja people of Sulawesi, Indonesia, not all was going well with tourism. In fact, resentment became so great over the way in which sacred funeral ceremonies were being adapted to meet tourists’ needs that in the late 1980s, a number of Toraja communities simply refused to accept tourists. The result is that host communities find culture and traditions under threat from the purchasing power of the tourism industry. Neither are tourists better off from the cultural viewpoint. Instead of getting rich and authentic cultural insights and experiences, tourists get staged authenticity; instead of getting exotic culture, they get kitsch. Question: Within the context of the narrative presented above, discuss 4 cultural differences (Scollon and Scollon, 1995) that may have prompted the Toraja communities to resist the threats posed by tourism. Your answer must be a minimum of 700 words and maximum of 1000 words.

2.In many Muslim countries, strict standards exist regarding the appearance and behavior of Muslim women, who must carefully cover themselves in public. Tourists in these countries often disregard or are unaware of these standards, ignoring the prevalent dress code, appearing half-dressed (by local standards) in revealing shorts, skirts or even bikinis, sunbathing topless at the beach or consuming large quantities of alcohol openly. Besides creating ill-will, this kind of behavior can be an incentive for locals not to respect their own traditions and religion anymore, leading to tensions within the local community. The same types of culture clashes happen in conservative Christian communities in Polynesia, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Question: Using the contact hypothesis, describe the potential outcomes of the tourist-host contact indicated above. Be sure to discuss the outcomes in terms of tourist-host attitudes, interactions, perceptions, values, and communication. Your answer must be a minimum of 700 words and maximum of 1000 words.


Topic: Cloud Security

Overview: The diagram below illustrates interaction between two cloud service consumers (A and B) and two virtual servers (A and B) hosted on a cloud.

Need to cover these 3 Questions:

  • The three potential types of attacks. Describe three types of Attacks that could potentially be carried out if any of the programs outside of the cloud were malicious.
  • Justification of the potential threat(s) from each proposed attack. Summarize the potential threat that each type of attack poses to the consumer organizations.
  • The potential causes: Summarize the potential cause(s) of each type of attack and relate it back to the threat.


  • Need minimum 1000 words (Please refer the Diagram in uploaded Document)
    • Abstract – 150 words
    • Question 1 – 250 words
    • Question 2 – 250 words
    • Question 3 – 250 words
    • Conclusion – 150 words
  • Need 5 APA References (Use 2015 and above)
  • Need Appendices if Applicable.
  • No plagiarism please



The work for this assessment is based on the following case study:

You have known Dr. Betsy Jones professionally for a number of years and have maintained a friendly relationship via email and social media after she moved to a small town several hours away. Yesterday you received an email asking for your advice regarding a professional situation.

This is the situation Dr. Jones outlined in her e-mail to you:

Dr. Jones lives and practices psychology in a small town. She began treating a 52-year-old man she refers to as Mr. Albertson, who was suffering with depression. After only five sessions, Mr. Albertson suffered a serious concussion while at work. His impairment is quite noticeable; he has trouble understanding concepts and becomes easily confused during his next two sessions with Dr. Jones.

One of Mr. Albertson’s co-workers helped him find an attorney to protect his rights. Dr. Jones had Mr. Albertson sign a release so she could talk to the attorney and to the co-worker. The attorney calls to say that Workers Compensation wants to work out a settlement. But the attorney has no idea just how impaired Mr. Albertson is; they have never met face-to-face, only by e-mail and phone.

Mr. Albertson demonstrates multiple cognitive deficits. He needs assistance and monitoring with things such as cleaning his house, shopping, transportation, paying bills, and understanding the settlement process. He will likely need to go into an assisted living facility. His family members all live some distance away and are unable to provide much help. Workers Compensation refuses to pay for the services of an independent social worker, and attempts to find social service agencies that can help have not been successful. Further, Mr. Albertson does not appear to understand either his legal rights or the settlement process.

Before providing extra therapy support, Dr. Jones had Mr. Albertson sign a document explaining her fees for the additional services. She does not feel that he completely understands what is happening. Dr. Jones has been doing much of the case management work such as locating a long-time friend who is willing to help at home, referring him for neuropsychological testing, having long discussions with his primary physician, participating in conference calls with the attorney, and trying to find a guardian.

Dr. Jones is not sure that her actions would be considered ethical, and feels she is just too close to the situation to know what to do. She has asked for your help.


Write a 3.5 page response to Dr. Jones (because you want to be as thorough as possible) in which you:

  • Describe the potential ethical issues in the situation. (Review the principles and standards in the APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct, and think about which principles and standards are relevant to the situation.)
  • Explain the competing ethical principles.
  • Analyze the implications of Dr. Jones engaging in multiple roles associated with Mr. Albertson’s care.
    • If Dr. Jones is practicing outside the scope of her license, what might happen as a result? (Check the licensing and legal requirements in your state.)
    • Is there a conflict of interest in Dr. Jones’ actions?
    • Are there possible issues involving confidentiality?
    • Are there possible legal implications?
  • Recommend an evidence-based, ethical course of action for Dr. Jones.

Be sure you support your statements, explanations, analysis, and recommendations with references to at least three scholarly or professional resources. Because this is being written to another psychology professional, format this assessment following APA guidelines. I also have friend’s work, I can sent you. So you can choose to do the work from scratch or paraphrase my friend’s work.


Select one of the stories below for your paper. 

Kate Chopin “The Story of an Hour” , “The Storm”, Jack London “To Build a Fire”, Ernest Hemingway “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”, John Updike “A&P”, Sherman Alexie “This is What it Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona”.

Before you begin writing, I suggest that you review the readings in your text on writing about literature. You may also find this section from the Purdue OWL helpful: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/618/01/

Your paper is an explication and analysis of the story, not a simple summary of the events in the text.

First, develop a thesis that clearly states your interpretation of the story you have chosen.  Then provide a thorough explication that illuminates how the evidence in the text supports that thesis. 

As part of your explication, select one aspect of a story from our text, and write an analysis of how that element of the story works to convey meaning, support the understanding of a character, or emphasize theme.  You might consider a literary element or technique such as setting, characterization, or symbolism in the stories we’ve read so far. 

You may choose any story that we have read in the first part of the course.  However, you should not merely parrot a discussion we have already had during a class session.  The intent of this assignment is to get you to think carefully and independently about a very specific aspect of how stories work – and then convey that thinking and understanding to your reader.

Remember to create a clear thesis.  Remember to focus narrowly on one aspect or element of the story in your analysis.  Remember to explain yourself fully and to illustrate with quotes and references from the story.  This is an explication and analysis only, so focus on the text itself rather than outside research.

Remember also that your purpose is not to summarize the story.

Length: At least 3 full pages.

Format: MLA.  You should include proper citation to our text at the end of the paper.

Also, please note that I can only accept your assignment submitted in the dropbox as a Microsoft Word compatible file attachment.


Use the ABC-X model to discuss and analyses ONE case study/ vignette found in the text book.

You can choose from

Ch. 6 p 119

Ch. 8 p. 161 or 172

CH 9. p 181

This assignment does not need to be in “essay” form, but must address “A”, “B”, “C” and “X” as explained in the ABC-X model (see lecture 1 and textbook chapter 1). For “B” and “C”, You should always list at least 5-10 possible resources and 5-10 possible perceptions. You can list more. Your ABC-X model should also discuss resiliency, as is shown in syllabus example.

◦See syllabus (P. 10-12) for example of ABC-X model assignment

This assignment requires you to think, brainstorm, and apply the knowledge you have learned. Your work should demonstrate that you understand the concept of the model. In this assignment, you should use specific terms and information from the chapter and lecture. You should CITE where any applicable sources. While there will be variation in each student’s response, your work should demonstrate that you have an understanding of the terms and information presented in the course work.


350 words per question and apa citations and references

1. Describe the conquest and development of the West between 1820 and 1850 by European Americans.

2. Describe the arguments that took place over whether slavery should be allowed to expand into the new territories, and explain how the Compromise of 1850 was supposed to settle the issue.

3. Explain why and how the southern states seceded from the Union, discuss

President Lincoln’s reaction, and describe the earliest physical

conflict between the two sides. Then describe the events that led to the

defeat of the South and the end of the war.


Review the internet materials or articles provided below and answer some questions:

1. High Scope:  Explore the website http://www.highscope.org/ (Links to an external site.) 

and answer the following question :

What are criticisms of the approach (including ones you might have)?

2.Tools of the Mind: Explore the website http://www.toolsofthemind.org/ (Links to an external site.) 

and answer the following question :

How could children with disabilities be successful in classrooms using this approach?3.

3. Montessori: Explore the website http://amshq.org/Montessori-Education/Introduction-to-Montessori (Links to an external site.)   and the following articles: 

and answer one of the following questions:

·  What are criticisms of the approach (including ones you might have)?

·  How could children with disabilities be successful in classrooms using this approach?

·  How are children viewed? What are their strengths, needs, development, etc.?

(2-3 sentences per question is sufficient)