literary analysis interpreting the book Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

I need ORIGINAL work. Nothing plagiarized! My essay will go through a database before I submit it so this is crucial!!

Essay Prompt
Write a 3-4 page literary analysis interpreting the book Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. This essay will focus on close reading, but while the act of close reading implies opening up many avenues of interpretation, make sure that you also give a *clear thesis* related to the meaning of the text. See the close reading worksheet attached for more detailed guidance. This essay should be in proper MLA format, 12 pt. Times New Roman double-spaced font, and include a **Works Cited** (not part of the page count).

See the attached worksheet file for how to format and write the essay!!

The differences in professional journal presentations vs. mass media publications.


Read one professional journal article   related to a topic of interest to you!  

a. Outline the content of the article including; name of the journal, date of publication, title of article, content/ scope of the article, study methods, and the conclusion of the article.  
b. Report the differences in professional journal presentations vs. mass media publications.

  Length: 2-3 standard pages (double-spaced, 12-point font) Find a busy place on

Length: 2-3 standard pages (double-spaced, 12-point font)
Find a busy place on campus where people are coming and going and watch people greet each other. Write detailed notes on everything you notice about how people greet each other. Pay attention to the words they use, to their expressions, and their body language. Observe and take notes until you find a greeting sequence that you find interesting. Your task here is to provide a description of a specific greeting encounter detailed enough for the reader to be able to imagine what passed on. 
Write a short paper based on your observations and notes. Make sure to address all of the “grading points” below. Use the grading points as section titles to organize yo

 “After It’s All Said and Done…”  Please respond to the following: Explain what

 “After It’s All Said and Done…”  Please respond to the following:

Explain what religion is, and give your opinion as to whether religion is different from spirituality. 

Identify three surprising concepts that you learned about religion in this course, and explain why they surprised you.

Evaluate David Hume view regarding art criticism.

Answer the following questions, Be sure to number your answers, so they correspond with the questions.
Each answer to each question should be at least one paragraph or more. Answers may come from the textbook, from resources provided here    , and from your mind. .

No work should be submitted from outside sources the Internet or other sources (there are a lot of bad resources on the internet, so stick with what is provided here – I’m interested in your ability to think through and discuss these issues, not copy from external sources). 

Be sure to use standard English grammar and spelling.
1. Explain the connections between pleasure, contemplation, and judgment in aesthetic appreciation.
2. Explain how aesthetics, art, and criticism are interrelated.
3. Evaluate David Hume view regarding art criticism.
4. Articulate the notion of ‘truth’ in art criticism.
5. Explain if it is possible to have an agreement about aesthetic judgments and if that is a problem.
6. Explain the elements of any moral dilemma: the act, the consequences of the act, and the moral agent.
7. Critically analyze the false starts in moral philosophy including relativism and Divine Command.
8. Discuss the practical and logical problems with Aquinas’ Natural Law moral theory.
9. Explain how ethics can be said to be always personal and often political.
10. Compare and contrast various views of Hobbes and Locke on the state of nature and natural rights.
11. Explain and evaluate Rousseau’s criticism of both Hobbes and Locke regarding the state of nature.
12. Explain the difference between the labor theory of property and labor theory of value.
13. Explain and evaluate Karl Marx’s analysis of class struggle as presented in his Communist Manifesto.
14. Explain the views of Nozick and Hospers regarding legitimate laws and the role of government.
15. Compare and contrast Rawls and Nozick on justice.

What great example of the innovator’s dilemma does the article provide? Give 4

What great example of the innovator’s dilemma does the article provide?
Give 4 reasons why Microsoft failed after the year 2000.

 only read this article to answer question

total around 300 words if possible but use as much words as needed to clearly answer the question

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This assignment uses the information you have gathered for your weekly World Vie

This assignment uses the information you have gathered for your weekly World View Chart Assignments.

Choose ONE (1) category (origin of all things, nature of god, view of human nature, view of good and evil, etc.) from the chart to focus on for this assignment. Consider how the selected category relates to all of the religions covered and to your own social or work experiences.

Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you:

1. Select ONE (1) category from the completed World View Chart. Provide a rationale for choosing this category. What is compelling about this category? Why is it important in the study of religion?

2. Describe the selected content and explain the significance of the selected category across all of the religions studied. Show in what ways the category is significant for each religion.

3. Give an example of how you have noticed this category in your life, town or country. What impact does this category have in the everyday lives of people who practice religion in your area? (You do not have to give examples of all the religions in your area, just one you have noticed besides any you practice). For example, in Cincinnati, Ohio we have Hindu, Greek Orthodox, Catholic festivals in the summer. So if my category were “Festivals and Celebrations” I could use those events as my example.

4. Use at least three (3) quality resources as references for the assignment and document your sources using APA Style for in-text citations and references. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.

5. Write clearly and coherently using correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, and mechanics.

Your assignment must:

Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

Analyze what is meant by religion.

Analyze the similarities and differences in the primary beliefs held by major religious traditions and the cultures in which these religions evolved.

Describe the varieties of religious experience and practice in a wide range of cultures.

Recognize how daily life within various religions and current affairs are influenced by religion.

Develop written pieces that demonstrate an analysis of a topic relevant to the course.

Use technology and information resources to research issues in religion.

Write clearly and concisely about world religions using proper writing mechanics.

Instructions: Review the two case summaries below and then write a 1 -2 page ana

Review the two case summaries below and then write a 1 -2 page analysis in response to these questions.

Should the law treat cyber-hate and/or hate crimes any differently when committed online rather than offline?
If you were the judge presiding on these cases would you have ruled differently? Why or why not?
If Richard Machado wasn’t caught when he was, do you think his hatred would have escalated to violence and death similar to the  Matthew Shepard tragedy?

Mathew Shepard was a 21-year-old college student at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. On October 12, 1998, he died, in part, because he was a homosexual. On October 6, 1998, two men in their early twenties entered a local bar, where Shepard was already drinking. The men, pretending to be gay, approached Shepard who eventually left with them. The men then drove him to a deserted area, where they tied him to a fence and pistol-whipped him until his skull collapsed. They took his wallet and shoes and obtained his address so that they could rob his apartment. Shepard was discovered 18 hours later, still tied to the fence. He never regained consciousness. The pair were charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping, and aggravated robbery. Both men plead guilty to the charges and were sentenced to serve two consecutive life sentences, escaping a possible death sentence. See supplemental reading material link on the home page for more information relating to the Matthew Shepard case.
Richard Machado, at age 19, was the first individual to be convicted of a federal electronic mail (email) hate crime. On September 20th, 1996, Machado sent a threatening hate message to 59 students of a particular race at UCI (University of California at Irvine), via email. The “To:” field in the following email has been omitted in order to protect the privacy of individual recipients. You can see the email message with all its SMTP headers (but not recipients) in the case section. Due to the offensive language in the original email, some of the words have been modified.
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 1996 10:58:55 -0700
From: “Mother F***** (specific race)”
To: {recipient list omitted to protect privacy of individuals}
Subject: F*** Y** You (specific race) S**t
Hey Stupid F***er
As you can see in the name, I hate (specific race), including you. If it weren’t for all of you at UCI, it would be a much more popular campus. You are responsible for ALL the crimes that occur on campus. YOU are why I want you and your stupid ass comrades to get the f*** out of UCI. IF you don’t I will hunt you down and kill your stupid asses. Do you hear me? I personally will make it my life career to find and kill everyone one of you personally. OK?????? That’s how determined I am.
Get the f*** out,
MOther F***** (specific race)
Machado’s trial was set for November 25th, 1996. Machado then agreed to participate in several public forums in which he apologized for his action. He attended these forums and did, in fact, apologize at them.
A few days later, Richard Machado received a call from his brother, asking about an article in the local paper in which Machado was identified as being responsible for an email hate crime. Machado denied his involvement, claiming that the perpetrator must have been someone else with a similar name. Shortly thereafter, Machado disappeared. On November 14th, 1996, a stolen vehicle report was filed at the Police Department for the City of Irvine. The report described Machado as having taken his roommate’s car without asking.
On November 18th, 1996, the FBI joined in aiding the investigation of the stolen car and it was revealed that Machado had also been suspected of other incidents: 1) $80 was missing from a third roommate’s coin jar; 2) $154 Visa charges had been made to the roommate’s card, of which $54 were unauthorized phone calls on November 10th, 11th and 12th, 1996.
Finally, on February 6th, 1997, Richard Machado was arrested. A United States Immigrations Inspector caught Machado attempting to cross the border at Nogalas, Arizona back into the U.S. from Mexico, where Machado had allegedly been looking for construction work. Machado was charged with 10 counts of violating the Federally Protected Activities Act of 1968 that makes it a crime to use race, ethnicity or nationality to interfere with a federally protected activity (in this case, students attending a public university).
Throughout the trial, various pieces of information concerning Machado’s background emerged as useful evidence. His eldest brother was killed in an armed robbery. His grades were failing as a result of his difficulty dealing with the death, and Machado was dismissed from school. He continued to tell his parents that he was still a student for three months, though, because he was the first child in his family to attend college and felt pressure to do well.
The defense in the trial portrayed Machado as a troubled and bored student who was simply trying to gain attention by his behavior. The prosecution pointed out the direct threats of death; the fact that the email was not sent to a mailing list, but to a group of individuals with this specific races’ names, individually identified; to Machado’s history of sending email death threats; and to the impact of the threats on the lives of some of the recipients.
On February 13th, 1998 Machado was found guilty on 2 counts of civil rights violations. Following his conviction, Machado was released on a $10,000 bond from custody, but was soon turned over to Irvine police on pending auto theft charges. Machado’s sentencing was postponed until April 10th, 1998. He was sentenced to serve1 year in prison. Machado had already spent 1 year in jail awaiting his trials, and so was free to go. Machado was placed on probation, fined $1,000, required to attend anger and racial tolerance counseling, was not allowed on the UCI campus, was to have no contact with the victims, and was banned from computer usage on the UCI campus. He later violated his probation, and was sentenced to spend four months in a federal halfway house. At last report, Machado was living in Long Beach CA (a neighboring community) with his mother and working for a temporary employment agency.



A research paper is an expanded essay that presents your own interpretation, evaluation, or argument, using what knowledge is already available on the subject. This type of paper involves studying a topic in order to find the best possible information in that field. Your paper must present your own opinions and ideas supported by your research, correctly credited to the original authors and organizations. 
· Take a position: This is not merely a pro/con paper where you list both sides of an argument.  In this paper, you will take a side. Know your position.
· State the opposition’s viewpoint: Because this is an argument, you must bring up the opposition’s position and do your best to establish counter arguments to refute it.
· Do more research: A minimum of five references is required for this paper. They must all be from different sources. 
· Write in formal English: This is a research paper, so keep to the formal third person (avoid “I” and “You”) and avoid personal anecdotes.
· Proofread carefully! 
· Revise, edit, and proofread. I can’t stress this enough.
· Format correctly according the documentation style your professor assigns. To assure that your Microsoft Word program does not force those extra spaces on you, remember to go to Paragraph > and click on the box on the left-had corner that reads “do not add extra spaces between like paragraphs.”
Basic Requirements:
· Length: 900-1,500 words. A minimum of 900 words (NOT including abstract and references pages) is required in order for your essay to be substantial. What is important is that you get your point across.
· Organization: Introduction, supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion.
· Language: Use formal language and avoid the use of first and second person — avoid references to yourself (NO “I believe, in my opinion” etc.), no personal anecdotes, and do not address the reader (avoid “you” altogether).
· Documentation: five correctly documented quotes or paraphrases from five adequate sources.
· Style: APA style is usually used for the type of research you will be doing. Continue in that style unless otherwise stated by your professor.
· Cross-referencing: You must use in-text citations (also known as in-text references) or signal phrases each time you use the words or ideas of your sources in the essay. Cross-reference your work as explained in your handbook. The handbook is especially necessary for this essay. 
· Support: You’ll need a minimum of five sources. Support your ideas with expert opinion, facts, statistics, and other information you find in your research. It is a mistake to create a Frankenstein research paper by copying and pasting. 
· Convert your papers to Microsoft Word before submitting.
· In Microsoft Word, make sure you look under the Paragraph section. On the bottom of the left hand side there is a box which reads “Do not add extra spaces to like paragraphs.” Check that box!  In academic papers, there are no extra spaces between the paragraphs. Instead, you must indent each new paragraph. I recommend tapping the tab key to indent.
· The research paper must be typed, double-spaced.
· Pages must be numbered. Use the correct pagination format for the documentation style your instructor has chosen.
· The title of your paper is centered, using the same font and font size as the rest of the paper. Your title must not be bold, underlined, or italicized.
· Use Times New Roman 12 pt. font.
· Use one-inch margins at the top, bottom and sides of each page.
· Long quotes: Quotations of forty or more words in the typescript (APA) or four lines (MLA) should be set apart followed by the page number. Shorter passages are integrated into the text of the paper. 
· APA requires a cover page with a running head, an abstract, and a References page. Do not neglect to include these.
The amount of quotations should not exceed 25% or so of your total essay.
Use formal language (avoiding contractions, the use of first or second person and personal anecdotes) 
Alphabetize entries 
Student Loans:  A generation ago, the federal government opened its student loan bank to profit-making corporations. Since then, law by law, student debt has become the worst kind of debt for American students (best for banks and loan collectors). Student loans are not even allowed to be dismissed in bankruptcy. Consider some possible solutions: Permitting loan forgiveness, allowing bankruptcy, eliminating private collection agencies from this process.
1. Water/Environment: Last year, Americans bought more than 4 billion gallons of water in individual-portion bottles. The environmental impact to all those plastic bottles, made from non-renewable resources like natural gas and petroleum is a concern. Although bottled water is 10,000 times the cost of tap water, consumers are reluctant to give up their bottled water. They feel bottled water is safer and convenient to carry around.  In your thesis take a position for or against buying bottled water.
2. Human trafficking:  The exploitation of human beings is a world problem, yet this form of slavery is not something that only occurs outside our borders. The United States Department of State estimates that between 14,000 and 18,000 individuals are trafficked into the country each year. The laws in place have not been helpful in controlling this kind of trafficking. Choose a position: More border regulation should/should not be in place to reduce human trafficking into the United States.
3. Fat Tax: More and more countries are adopting fat taxes (adding more tax to junk food and soft drinks)  in an effort to curb rising obesity rates and also to offset the economic costs of obesity. Numerous studies suggest that as the price of a food decreases, individuals get fatter. Yet, since the poor spend a greater portion of their income on food, such a tax has been said to be regressive. In your thesis, take a position for or against the fat tax.
4. Terrorism: Determine what your position is with dealing with terrorists. Consider whether the United States should negotiate with groups that are religious or apocalyptic in their objectives, such as “Islamic State,” as opposed to groups that are political. Take a position: Negotiating with terrorists is appropriate in all cases, is never appropriate, or appropriate in some cases.
5. Drunk Driving: Taking away the licenses of drunk driving offenders has not proven successful (they drive anyway), so consider an argument for or against more stringent law enforcement, such as requiring ignition interlocks for all drunk driving offenders, sobriety checkpoints and whatever new technology or regulation could prevent drunks from continuing on the road while  inebriated.
6. Teen Drivers:  Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death to 15 to 20-year olds. Teen drivers are three times more likely than drivers aged 21 and older to be in a fatal crash. Because of this, many states have adopted driver training courses required of teen drivers. Should we in Florida? Choose a position:  All Florida citizens under the age of 21 should/ should not be required to pass a complete driving education course before receiving a license to drive.
7. Senior Drivers: Because of high accident rates and the increasing risk elderly drivers impose on roadway safety, advocates want drivers’ licensing requirements across the nation to become more stringent as drivers age. Choose a position: All citizens over the age of 75 should/should not be given yearly driving and vision exams in order to renew licenses.
8. Texting: The dangers of texting and talking on the phone while driving are well documented. How do we as a society address the use of  electronic devices while driving in order to put the brakes on the fatalities that these distractions are causing on the roads? Will regulations interfere with citizens’ individual freedom? Choose a position.
9. Sexual Predators: In what ways and how should violators be caught and punished if preying on children on the Internet? Do you oppose or support certain forms of censorship to catch or prevent predators preying on children? If you are against regulating the Internet, then in what ways can parents protect their children? (Do not make this an advice article for parents. Write it in the third person, avoiding references to “I” and “You” altogether). Also consider: Should TV shows such as NBC’s “Dateline” series, “To Catch a Predator,”  continue bringing attention to the problem of adults sexually preying on youngsters over the Internet?
10. Foreign Adoption: Over the past decade, the USA has adopted at least 15,000 children internationally each year. Due to less regulation, corruption and human trafficking, there have been considerable problems, and some countries have banned foreign adoption altogether. In addition, many children within the USA are in foster care, so some people want the USA to also ban foreign adoptions. Consider an argument for or against adopting children from foreign countries.

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