The same rules apply to this order. The deadline is still the same as the previous one. Make sure that once you are done modifying the paper, that you review and revise the work thoroughly. There should be NO grammatical errors whatsoever, and the language should adhere to university-level writing.

Read the attached except (Chapter 4) from  The Economy of Cities (1969) by Jane Jacobs. Then upload or write a response to the following question: Jane Jacobs argues that specializing in automobile production brought Detroits economic development to a halt. In a few sentences, explain why.

Personal Statement

You are required to submit a Personal Statement for our program. The personal statement should describe succinctly your reasons for applying to the proposed program at the Viterbi School of Engineering, your preparation for this field of study, study interests, future career plans, and other aspects of your background and interests which may aid the admissions committee in evaluating your aptitude and motivation for graduate study

You must have an intro, thesis statement (tell me what you are going to prove),
arguments, citations (MLA format), and a conclusion (what did you prove?).
This is not a narrative. Do not tell me a story about how someone you knew did or did not
achieve the American Dream. You are arguing your point using the NOVELS as your evidence. You can use a personal story as part of your evidence but your paper should mostly reflect the novels in your arguments. Your arguments must have evidence from both novels to prove your point.

You will read a book related to economics, and provide a 400-600 word critical book review. This book review should include at least four paragraphs: a summary of the book, an evaluation of the books strengths, an evaluation of the books weaknesses, and a conclusion that says who the book would be recommended for (if anyone!). In addition, you will write one paragraph that reflects on what you learned from doing the book review.

To be judged satisfactory, (1) The title and author must be listed in the first paragraph, AND (2) The review must be 400-600 words long, AND (3) The review must have at least five paragraphs, AND (4) Each paragraph must contain at least 5 sentences, AND (5) At least one paragraph must be devoted to a summary of the book, AND (6) At least one paragraph must be devoted to evaluating the books strengths, AND (7) At least one paragraph must be devoted to evaluating the books weaknesses, AND (8) At least one paragraph must be devoted to making and defending the recommendation, AND (9) At least one paragraph must be devoted to describing what you learned from doing the book review.

Book recommendations:
Economics in One Lesson, by Henry Hazlitt

Interventionism: An Economic Analysis, by Ludwig von Mises

Choice: Cooperation, Enterprise, and Human Action by Robert Murphy

Economics for Real People by Gene Callahan

Freakonomics (or Superfreakonomics) by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner

You will find a current newspaper article related to economic issues, and write a three paragraph review of the article. The first paragraph is a summary of the article. The second paragraph is an analysis of the economic reasoning in the article. This paragraph should describe the cause and effect relationships that the article mentions or implies and should evaluate whether those cause and effect relationships are true, on the basis of economic principles. The third paragraph will answer the question “What did you learn from reading this article?”

PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY:
To be judged satisfactory: (1) The title, publication, and author must be listed in the first sentence of the review, AND (2) The review must contain two paragraphs, AND (3) The first paragraph must summarize the article, and be at least 5 sentences long, AND (4) The second paragraph must describe and evaluate at least one cause and effect relationship suggested in the article, and be at least 5 sentences long, AND (5) The third paragraph must answer the question “What did you learn from reading this article?”, and be at least 5 sentences long.

I need a paper about counterfeit jewelry. Be sure to include the who, what, when, where, and why of that product. How much money is made creating counterfeit jewelry and how much money do the original companies lose because of it? The paper needs to be at least 1 1/2 pages long, 12 font, use Times New Roman, and site the sources using MLA format. The heading should have MLA format as well. Zavee Jones (the name), Mrs. Fullerton (teacher’s name), Forensic & Criminal investigation (the class),  and the date of the deadline.

Chapter 12 of the book.

:  Your summary should accurately and objectively represent the authors purpose and main ideas in no less than two but no more than three full double-spaced pages. To achieve your purpose with your audience, use the following strategies in your summary:
    Introduce the text in the beginning of your summary so your readers know which text you are summarizing. Include the authors name, the title, the date of publication, and the publication title within the first few sentences;
    Focus on the writers arguments by reporting the texts thesis and key points. Show that you understand the big picturethe writers purpose and how he achieves or supports it;
    Avoid relying too much on quotes or evidence that is too specific so you can focus on the overall argument;
    Use author tags/attribution so that your reader understands that you are reporting the authors ideas;
    Use an objective tone and an even mix of paraphrased and quoted source material.

For option 2, you will pick a topic of interest that relates to media coverage, reception or consumption (e.g., media coverage of police shootings, of the Middle East or of war; changes in news consumption among teenagers and young adults, the influence of Snap Chat on conversation patterns, the influence of advertising on self-image, mythic news etc.). You will then use tools and theories from class to analyze the topic and draw conclusions on its deeper eaning:
my essay is on MISINTERPTATION OF THE MIDDLE EAST. use the links and asnswered questions i have done that is attached below . main theme is misinformation of the middle east