Create a 3 slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation (NO NEED FOR INTRODUCTION OR CONCLUSION SLIDES) including speaker notes, in which you discuss various influences on the following:

-Summarize and critique the influential differences between the general public  and the National Rifle Association (NRA) on agency policies or practices.

Include a minimum of one peer reviewed reference.

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

a review paper, in the form of an IEEE conference paper on an alternative to silicon as a material for semiconductor-based electronics. (have at least 4 references that come from the peer-reviewed literature. Journal papers are the best choice, but also full-length (4+ pages) conference papers can constitute 2 of the 4 references.)

Write a critical appraisal that demonstrates comprehension of two qualitative research studies. Use the “Research Critique Guidelines Part 1” document to organize your essay. Successful completion of this assignment requires that you provide rationale, include examples, and reference content from the studies in your responses.
Use the practice problem and two qualitative, peer-reviewed research article you identified in the Topic 1 assignment to complete this assignment.
In a 1,0001,250 word essay, summarize two qualitative studies, explain the ways in which the findings might be used in nursing practice, and address ethical considerations associated with the conduct of the study.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite Technical Support articles for assistance.

Create a procedure to follow for reviewing article abstracts. This can be similar to a standard operating procedure or in a format you prefer. A flow chart or similar model can also be used. Assume you will use this method when you begin your own chapter 2.

Begin your procedure with the following:

Include at least three steps for determining if the abstract has the main points related to your topic.
Outline how or what you will look for in the abstract. This information will be what prompts you to open the full-text article.
In the next step of the procedure:

Develop a plan or visual tool to take notes about each search engine, main theme, URL, and a section of the chapter this would be used.
For example, chapter 2 begins with an introduction for the reader about your topic, next to a paragraph of how and where you found the literature, then the theoretical or conceptual framework, and then finally the main content of the chapter. The main content is categorized by you and how your literature develops.

5 scholarly resources

In this Assignment, you will showcase your research skills and abilities, and knowledge gained in development of an extensive and in-depth senior level Interdisciplinary Project.  The project offers an opportunity to weave together all the different threads from a students background, the various courses taken at APUS and other institutions, training (both civilian and military), and hobbies and interests and talents.  One of the goals for the project is to integrate the learning and the outcomes into future career, professional, and/or community plans.

Directions:

Your Interdisciplinary Project  is a 8-10 page paper that will include a thesis, research questions or hypothesis (as appropriate), and literature from at least 10 sources (5 must be scholarly).  Remember to use an interdisciplinary focus with connections to multiple disciplines.

The seven-step method of making an ethical decision that Meyers discusses in Chapter 2, Section 2.6.1, is simple and straightforward on the surface! Every step includes factors important to the decision-making process, and it seems as if you could just go through the steps and emerge with a decision. But as Meyers demonstrates, this is hard work, and the hardest work is done in step five. To the extent that you can, you set aside your feelings, and even your conscience, and you use your faculty of reason to determine the extent to which all relevant factors are involved. This is where you decide what to do.

Its helpful to review an example. For this assignment, you will select a fictional character from a film or television program who made a tough moral decision. Then, in an essay of approximately 750 words, use Meyers seven steps to analyze the process that the character used to make their ultimate decision.

Attached is the book being use at the school, if unable to get the book please let me know so that I can send copies. This book is needed to complete essay.

First, describe the nature of the moral problem (you might find the list of moral principles in Section 2.7 helpful as you describe the conflict).
Next, assess the presence of any relevant factors involved (as described in the first four steps of Meyers model).
Then, carefully analyze the characters deliberations using Meyers fifth step as your guide.
Finally, conclude your essay by discussing the effects of steps six and seven on the ultimate decision that the character made. What were the outcomes?
The character you choose must be a professional as defined by the criteria introduced in Module 2. You can use the list in Meyers Chapter 1, or you can keep the most basic criteria in mind. The character is in a profession that serves a vital need, and the characters client — however that is defined — is trusting the character to make the best decision by prioritizing their well-being. Sample movies include Eye in the Sky (2015),  Awakenings (1990), The Insider (1999), Saving Private Ryan (1998), The Conversation (1974), and The Ides of March (2011). Those are just some ideas to get you started; there are lots of great stories to choose from!

Writing Requirements:
Develop an interesting introduction that includes an evident thesis.
Logically organize your ideas, ensuring that there are transitions between each paragraph.
Use at least two direct quotations from the movie and Meyers, using APA citation style.
Use proper grammar and syntax.
Use detail, dialogue, and description to support your ideas.

Please post from among these topics or start a thread of your own:

Discussion about integrated Marketing communications,

<> How might you apply the lessons from this course to future projects or other areas of your career development (e.g., marketing yourself on a job search)?

<> What did you find most useful about the course? What could be better?

<> What advice would you have for future students taking this course?

<> Feel free to start your own discussion thread on any related topic, or review an article from the course supplemental website: http://course.wwmr.us/readings.htm

Please post on these topics or start a thread of your own:

<> Post any best aspects or components of your marketing plan youd like to share with your classmates.

<> How might you apply the lessons from this course to future projects or other areas of your career development (e.g., marketing yourself on a job search)?

<> What did you find most useful about the course? What could be better?

<> What advice would you have for future students taking this course?

<> If youd like to post contact information to develop your professional network with your classmates, now is a good time and place.

<> Feel free to start your own discussion thread on any related topic, or review an article from the course supplemental website: http://course.wwmr.us/readings.htm