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Other / Social work

Answer the question below without plagiarism using the book stated below. What a

Answer the question below without plagiarism using the book stated below.
What are two (2) ways that Random Family has informed your thinking about social work research?
LeBlanc, A. N. (2003). Random family: Love, trouble, and coming of age in the Bronx. New York, NY: Scribner
hooks, bell. (1994). Theory as a liberatory process. (pp. 59-76) In Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom. Routledge: NY.

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Finance

Health and Nutrition Analysis Assignment: Use an app or Excel to keep track of

Health and Nutrition Analysis Assignment: Use an app or Excel to keep track of your food intake (what you eat, calories and its nutritional value). Whatever technology you use, it should be able to give you a print-out of pie charts/graphs showing what you have eaten, its calories, and nutritional value. You should keep track starting the first day of class until the Monday before the project is due.Write a one page report answering the following two questions
Are you increasing or decreasing your human capital?
What are the implications for you career and wealth?

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English 101

1. Read Michael Hulshof-Schmidt’s essay “What’s in an Acronym” (Hulshof-Schmidt.

1. Read Michael Hulshof-Schmidt’s essay “What’s in an Acronym” (Hulshof-Schmidt.pdf)and Samantha Raphelson’s “From GIs to Gen Z…” (Raphelson.pdf)
2. Write in at least 300 words, your own definition and classification of a topic or label of your choice. It can be an emotion, an item, a label with sub-labels– any topic that can be broken down and split into smaller, more specific sub-groups.

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Geology (and other Earth Sciences)

GEOG 2N: Apocalyptic Geographies As we have learned through Afrofuturisms, disab

GEOG 2N: Apocalyptic Geographies
As we have learned through Afrofuturisms, disability justice, LGBTQ+ futurisms, Indigenous futurisms, and diasporic futurisms, the idea of apocalypse and futurity are intertwined and stem from preconceived notions of identity, ancestry, and legacy. Futurisms draw from ancestral ideologies around culture, identity, religion, magic, native animals, clothing, symbolism, labor, food, land, farming, etc. For your final project, I am asking you to draw on your own identity and ancestry and reflect on the apocalypses covered in the course in order to create your own kind of futurism.
As you work on this project, consider what futurisms mean to you and what futurisms you most closely identify with. What is your ancestry, your identit(ies), your communit(ies)? For some, figuring this out could entail reaching out to biological family, while for others this could entail reaching out to chosen family. Do some digging into the history, culture, ideologies, etc. of your ancestry, identit(ies), and/or communit(ies). Some examples include your cultural or racial identity, like those discussed in relation to Afrofuturisms, disability justice, and LGBTQ+ futurisms. You can also look into ancestral and diasporic futurisms like those discussed in relation to the Indigenous futurisms story map and the work of Haitian artist Rafaëlle Roy. Other ideas include an exploration of your family’s immigration and settlement in a particular region, their ancestral identities, and the stories and traditions that have been passed down through generations.
Short Story – create a one-page, single-spaced short (fictional) story. You may draw inspiration from short stories we have read in class, such as The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas and The Ones Who Stay and Fight, or the stories and poems of Rafaëlle Roy. However, the context, characters, and ideas shared should be based on your conceptualization of futurisms and futurity. The readers should be able to understand your community and what ideas you are working with for this story. This paper is single-spaced, 1-inch margins on all sides, Times New Roman, 12 pt font. No citations are necessary. Have fun with it.

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Psychology

double-spaced, with 1” margins, 12-point font. Citations: You should have at lea

double-spaced, with 1” margins, 12-point font.
Citations: You should have at least two (2) references to specific psychological theories to support your answers.
I am Ethiopian and you can use your culture to write about the partners part if you want.
Thank you

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Finance

all statements can be on the same page instructions are within the provided pdf

all statements can be on the same page instructions are within the provided pdf files or follow this link for more information + instructions. File name part 1 and part 2.
reminder part 1 is completed. please continue work for part 2 link to the file will be provided page name “term assignment”
instruction papers link:
Assessment link:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vBRQifa81hxuXHwM3sbIkgNwtOTs1RSH/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=111253582155828150960&rtpof=true&sd=true
Stock tracking link:
https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/VOW3.DE/history?p=VOW3.DE

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Finance

all statements can be on the same page instructions are within the provided pdf

all statements can be on the same page instructions are within the provided pdf files or follow this link for more information + instructions. File name part 1 and part 2.
reminder part 1 is completed. please continue work for part 2 link to the file will be provided page name “term assignment”
instruction papers link:
Assessment link:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vBRQifa81hxuXHwM3sbIkgNwtOTs1RSH/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=111253582155828150960&rtpof=true&sd=true
Stock tracking link:
https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/VOW3.DE/history?p=VOW3.DE

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Other / Social work

Answer the question below without plagiarism using the book stated below. What a

Answer the question below without plagiarism using the book stated below.
What are two (2) ways that Random Family has informed your thinking about social work research?
LeBlanc, A. N. (2003). Random family: Love, trouble, and coming of age in the Bronx. New York, NY: Scribner
hooks, bell. (1994). Theory as a liberatory process. (pp. 59-76) In Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom. Routledge: NY.

Categories
Geology (and other Earth Sciences)

GEOG 2N: Apocalyptic Geographies As we have learned through Afrofuturisms, disab

GEOG 2N: Apocalyptic Geographies
As we have learned through Afrofuturisms, disability justice, LGBTQ+ futurisms, Indigenous futurisms, and diasporic futurisms, the idea of apocalypse and futurity are intertwined and stem from preconceived notions of identity, ancestry, and legacy. Futurisms draw from ancestral ideologies around culture, identity, religion, magic, native animals, clothing, symbolism, labor, food, land, farming, etc. For your final project, I am asking you to draw on your own identity and ancestry and reflect on the apocalypses covered in the course in order to create your own kind of futurism.
As you work on this project, consider what futurisms mean to you and what futurisms you most closely identify with. What is your ancestry, your identit(ies), your communit(ies)? For some, figuring this out could entail reaching out to biological family, while for others this could entail reaching out to chosen family. Do some digging into the history, culture, ideologies, etc. of your ancestry, identit(ies), and/or communit(ies). Some examples include your cultural or racial identity, like those discussed in relation to Afrofuturisms, disability justice, and LGBTQ+ futurisms. You can also look into ancestral and diasporic futurisms like those discussed in relation to the Indigenous futurisms story map and the work of Haitian artist Rafaëlle Roy. Other ideas include an exploration of your family’s immigration and settlement in a particular region, their ancestral identities, and the stories and traditions that have been passed down through generations.
Short Story – create a one-page, single-spaced short (fictional) story. You may draw inspiration from short stories we have read in class, such as The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas and The Ones Who Stay and Fight, or the stories and poems of Rafaëlle Roy. However, the context, characters, and ideas shared should be based on your conceptualization of futurisms and futurity. The readers should be able to understand your community and what ideas you are working with for this story. This paper is single-spaced, 1-inch margins on all sides, Times New Roman, 12 pt font. No citations are necessary. Have fun with it.

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English 101

1. Read Michael Hulshof-Schmidt’s essay “What’s in an Acronym” (Hulshof-Schmidt.

1. Read Michael Hulshof-Schmidt’s essay “What’s in an Acronym” (Hulshof-Schmidt.pdf)and Samantha Raphelson’s “From GIs to Gen Z…” (Raphelson.pdf)
2. Write in at least 300 words, your own definition and classification of a topic or label of your choice. It can be an emotion, an item, a label with sub-labels– any topic that can be broken down and split into smaller, more specific sub-groups.