Instructions: Recall the “Attractiveness of the essay author” study from your prior Crash Course Quizzes (#2, #3 and #4). The study focused on the attractiveness of an essay author, seeing how manipulating that attractiveness impacts participant assessments of the author’s argument that children should not own a cell phone. For Crash Course #5, imagine you… Continue reading research methods crash course quiz
Statement of cost of goods manufactured for a manufacturing company Cost data for Johnstone Manufacturing Company for the month ended March 31 are as follows: This information has been collected in the Microsoft Excel Online file. Open the spreadsheet, perform the required analysis, and input your answers in the questions below. Add the beginning materials… Continue reading Statement of cost of goods manufactured for a manufacturing company
In the case of Ontario v. Quon, 560 U.S. 746 (2010), a city police department read personal text messages sent and received on a pager that the employer owned and issued to an employee, a police officer. Some of the text messages were to the employee’s wife and some were to a fellow officer with… Continue reading 5-1 Discussion: Workplace Privacy
Read the cited article that is available on Dickson, V., Howe, A., Deal, J. & McCarthy, M. (2012). The relationship of work, self-care, and quality of life in a sample of older working adults with cardiovascular disease. Heart & Lung, 41 (1), 5-14. On eLearning. Then answer the questions below about the article.
Between 2007 and 2009, the United States experienced a severe financial crisis and economic downturn commonly known as the Great Recession. Starting in 2006, housing values fell 30%, causing losses in mortgage-backed securities for families and financial institutions. The recession was marked by a drop in aggregate demand that caused a decline in GDP and an increase in unemployment.
Write a post about the benefit-risk ratio of the Tuskegee Study at the beginning of the study (1932) compared with the benefit-risk ratio after penicillin is accepted as the treatment for syphilis (1945). In addition to the change in the benefit-risk ratio, what other aspects of the study were not ethical?
This assessment item requires you to prepare a case study report on a hotel of your choice,outlining current operational issues and challenges, and to subsequently develop a suite ofrecommendations to address these. This must include an analysis of how the hotel has navigatedthe ongoing coronavirus pandemic, in addition to other internal and external factors that… Continue reading Hotel operations case study report
An economist plays two roles: scientist and policy advisor. As scientists, economists explain the world, and as policy advisors they help improve the world. Because these two roles have different goals, they require different types of language. Economists as scientists make positive claims, whereas economists as policy advisors make normative claims.
Develop your own research hypothesis to use in a one-sided two-sample z-test for population proportions. One way to start is to imagine the potential social impacts of a major historical event, such as the Civil War, Industrialization, or the Great Migration. Then, think how such an impact might be reflected in a quantitative form in the Census. What can be measured depends on what questions were asked in Census used at that time. Search on “index of census questions” to find a breakdown of which questions were asked and when.
How important are unions in the modern world?’ Using a comparative perspective critically appraise the reasons workers join unions and what unions are doing to stem the decline of union membership.