hat all research analysis and evaluation within this assignment will contain components that will be included, or are a part of, your dissertation. You will advance to synthesis when completing the literature review for your dissertation.

As you complete this assignment, also consider assumptions, assertions, and inferences made by the author and yourself in relation to each of the content-specific research components within your discipline.

Review two journal articles (one qualitative and one quantitative) from the Week 5 Electronic Reserve Readings.

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper analyzing and evaluating the methodology, results, and conclusion and the consideration of the ethical treatment and protection of human subjects in the content articles provided in class.

Consider the following questions and the criteria in the relevant sections of the practitioner Dissertation Criteria and Rating Scale (DCRS) as you complete your critical analysis and evaluation of the journal articles you reviewed.

How did the researcher establish the stages, theoretical/conceptual framework, elements, and appropriateness of data collection? What data collection procedures were used?
How are ethical considerations for data collection, analysis, and reporting described? How could ethical treatment and protection of human subjects have been improved or made clearer to readers?
How was the data analysis aligned to the method and design of the study? How did the analysis and presentation of the results support the claims or conclusions stated in the research study? How did the theoretical or conceptual framework used help provide a lens for the researcher reviewing the results of the study?
How was the generalization supported based on the design of the study? How was the scope of the generalization of the findings presented?

Describe the findings of your analysis and evaluation.

Explain the steps you took to analyze and evaluate the research components of the theoretical/conceptual framework, methodology, results, conclusion, and ethical considerations. What insight have you gained from this process that will help you to develop these sections of your dissertation?

Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

I need you to follow the rubric with a summary and three sentence evaluation and I needs to be about each of these three stories, as well as ten sources
By: Gina Berriault- The Stone Boy
By: Albert Camus- The Stranger
By Laszlo Krasznahorkai: I Don’t Need Anything
Here are the Links:

Develop a 34-page research paper based on a selected case study related to sexual problems.

Most sexual behavior problems must be delineated within the context of the individuals personality, lifestyle, and relationships with others. It is usually simplistic to label any particular behavior automatically as a problem. Several criteria are given that can be used to define sexual problems and that can help put problematic sex into a more realistic and sensible perspective. Determining when a sexual preference behavior becomes a problem is highly subjective and requires a look into different aspects of an individuals life, including his or her lifestyle and cultural and social belief systems. Sexual abuse, coercion, and assault of others represent serious sexual problems (Hyde & Delamater, 2017).

STDs and a variety of other medical conditions can affect the sex organs and sexual activity. Whereas STDs once were discussed only briefly in most human sexuality courses, they are emerging as important issues again. Considering that the incidence of several diseases is on the rise and that more organisms are being recognized as being capable of sexual transmission, such a trend may be timely. One of the most significant findings of the National Health and Social Life Survey (NHSLS) was the direct correlation between the numbers of sexual partners people have had and the likelihood that they will have had a STD (National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago, 1992).

Defining sexual dysfunctions is somewhat subjective, and individual differences in the sexual response cycle are often perfectly normal. Rather than simply labeling each dysfunction and explaining it separately, we must examine it based on the broader picture of sexual responsiveness and the total sexual relationship. In recent years, there has been greater emphasis on potential organic conditions that can manifest themselves in sexual difficulties, including the effects of alcohol, other drugs, and certain medications. On the other hand, it is still a safe assumption that many sexual disorders of this sort are caused by a vicious circle of anxiety and fear of failure generating lack of responsiveness, or by difficulties within a relationship.

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:

Competency 1: Apply basic psychological terminology and concepts related to human sexuality.
Describe one issue associated with a case study.
Competency 2: Apply basic psychological theories to topics in human sexuality.
Apply psychological theories to a case study in human sexuality.
Competency 3: Apply basic scientific and research concepts and findings related to human sexuality.
Apply scholarly research findings to a case study in human sexuality.
Competency 4: Write using a clear purpose, organization, tone, and sentence structure.
Address assessment purpose in a well-organized text.
Use appropriate tone in grammatically sound sentences.
Hyde, J. S., & Delamater, J. D. (2017). Understanding human sexuality (13th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago (NORC). (1992). National health and social life survey. Available from https://voices.uchicago.edu/popcenter/

Sexual Problems and Development
Hyde, J. S., & Delamater, J. D. (2017). Understanding human sexuality (13th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Available in the courseroom via the VitalSource Bookshelf link.
Chapter 10, Sexuality and the Life Cycle: Adulthood, pages 244270.
Chapter 14, Variations in Sexual Behavior, pages 350377.
Chapter 18, Sexually Transmitted Infections, pages 452473.
Boskey, E. (2013). Sexuality in the DSM 5. Contemporary Sexuality, 47(7), 15.
Brotto, L. A. (2013). Mindful sex. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 22(2), 6368.
McLelland, M. (2017). Not in front of the parents! Young people, sexual literacies and intimate citizenship in the Internet age. Sexualities, 20(1/2), 234254.
Content Media (Producer). (2011). Sexual addiction: Is it for real?-Infidelity [Video]. Films on Demand.

Assessment Instructions
Develop a light research paper based on case studies provided in the following interactive media piece:

Human Sexuality Case Studies: Confronting Issues in Human Sexuality.
Read the case studies and select one on which to base your paper. Try to choose the case study that you feel best applies to the requirements for your paper, which are provided in the instructions below.

Use your selected scenario to write a 34-page paper in which you complete the following:

Issue: Describe an issue raised in the case study.
Theory: Describe a concept or theory and the general perspective or approach to human sexuality that the concept or theory falls under (such as gender theories, instinct theory, psychodynamic, or developmental) using correct terminology from the course. If the concept or theory is closely associated with the writings of a particular theorist (such as Freud, Kinsey, Masters and Johnson, and so on), then provide that information. Apply the concept or theory to the issue in the case study.
Research: Select a minimum of two scholarly sources that support your explanation of how the concept or theory relates to the case study. Connect what you have learned in your research by integrating and combining information from your source articles with the case study.
Note: Do not restate the case study within your paper; you should only identify and refer to the selected case study as needed to illustrate your points.

Your paper should follow a logical structure and be evidence based. Use the MEAL plan to help guide the organization of your paper.

Main idea: Present the main point or idea that you are making about your case study related to sexual problems.
Evidence: What does the research say? Support your statements with evidence from the literature.
Application: Summarize main ideas from articles related to your chosen case study. Apply concepts that relate directly or indirectly to your main point. Make explicit links between source articles and your current paper.
Link: Integrate and combine information from your source articles with your main point or idea.
Conduct independent research for resources and references to support your paper. Provide a reference list and in-text citations, in APA format, for all of your resources. You may cite texts and authors from the suggested resources as well as any additional reputable resources you find on your own.

Additional Requirements

Your assessment should also meet the following requirements:

Written communication: Written communication should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: References and citations should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines.
Number of resources: A minimum of two scholarly resources.
Length: The research paper should be 34 double-spaced pages in content length. Include a separate title page and a separate references page.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point. Use Microsoft Word.
Template: You may use the Sexual Problems Template to complete the assessment.
Portfolio Prompt: You may choose to save this learning activity to your ePortfolio.


–> Q3) Analyse the factors (other than price of the product) that determine the level of its supply and how they have changed in the last few years.



-Analyse the factors (other than price of the product) that determine the level of its supply
-How they have changed in the last few years

Think of 3 variations for the flex offense that you could run. Explain why you chose this variation and how effective you think it would be. Provide 2-3 sentences (or more) to explain the variation and the reason for it. Refer to material sent out this week about how to run the flex. I have linked it again below:

There is consistent evidence that hookah use is as, if not more, harmful than cigarette use. Yet, hookah users underestimate the potential deleterious effects of hookah use.  Studies show that Hookah users were more likely to use other substances, including cigarettes, cannabis, alcohol, cocaine, and amphetamines. The strongest association emerged between hookah use and alcohol and cigarette use.
As a future health educator, what are some recommendations or facts that you would supply college students as the schools only health educator on campus. How would you get the word out on campus on the dangers of hookah use. Please be sure that your response is at least 2 paragraphs long and that you incorporate at least 2 peer reviewed journal studies in your response.

You will choose a popular film and analyze it in terms of the cultural anthropological concepts we are studying in class. This will take the form of a 2-page (~ 500 words) academic paper. You should work with at least 2-course concepts in your analysis, and provide examples from the film as your ethnographic data.

please carefully read the pdf to understand how to write a good ad. Follow the instruction!
Advertising Copy/Campaign
This assignment has three parts:
1)    A single-page print advertisement

2)    A narrative script for a 15- to 30-second radio spot

The Print Advertisement Create the text for a single-page print ad.  This should contain the following: 1) a Headline, 2) a Body Copy, 3) a Call to Action, and 4) a tagline.  You can also create the layout for the ad, including a doodle where the visual would go.
The Narrative Script Write the script for your 15- to 30-second radio spot.  The voice/tone of the radio spot should be evident in the writing.  Describe any audio effects you intend to include in the actual radio spot.

I am applying for grad school for an MS in real estate development.
Outline of my personal statement is: Tell us about your academic and professional goals and why you would be a good fit for the school and what will you bring to the program. This should be about 750 words.

My plan is to start the statement with an anecdote from my life as a hook and a theme to my statement. Then talk about my background. And finish up with what I want to learn in the school, why the school is the best fit, and what I would bring to the program if accepted. And what my plans would be upon graduation.

I have attached some drafts that I wrote quickluto give you some thoughts to work off of.

Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to connect to hear more about my experiences so that you can write the best possible paper that is interesting, coherent and answers the questions needed.