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Examples and evidence: how does the argument rely on allusions, scenarios, illustrations, anecdotes, personal testimony, facts, or statistics? How do the specific forms of example or evidence function in overall argument? How do they support the main claim or serve within an appeal? Opposition: In what ways does the argument engage opposition? Or how does the opposition shape the premises of the argument? Values: what assumptions do you detect? What does the argument assume, but not necessarily state, about the topic – or people, institutions, life, social norms, and so on? Do those assumptions point to any underlying values

For you own analysis. Take on one of the following: a written essay, an image, or advertisement. Examine the text closely – with a particular posture toward analysis. Consider the main Argumentative moves and the following questions:  

  1. Audience/Rhetorical Situation: Who is the audience? Can you tell? If it’s not clear by the language and nature of the argument, consider the publication. Where was ti published? What organization wrote, supports, or sponsors the publication?
  2. Claim: what is the main claim ( or thesis)? What type of claim is it? In other words, what is the argument working toward? Does it seek to make the audience evaluate the worth of something (claim of value); believe in a past. Present, or future condition (fact); or want to do something (claim of policy)?
  3. Line of Reasoning: Every argument has some line of reasoning – premises that walk the audience toward the main claim. What individual premises are asserted? How do they lead to the main claim? What premises are unstated? What points does the reader fill in?
  4. Other Appeals: How does the argument tap into shared value(courage, peace. Honor, trust, personal responsibility, knowledge)? How does the argument prompt a certain feeling (fear, anger, hope, regret)? How does the argument call on basic human needs (safety, belonging, actualization)? How does the argument refer directly to the writer’s own experience or wisdom?
  5. Examples and evidence: how does the argument rely on allusions, scenarios, illustrations, anecdotes, personal testimony, facts, or statistics? How do the specific forms of example or evidence function in overall argument? How do they support the main claim or serve within an appeal?
  6. Opposition: In what ways does the argument engage opposition? Or how does the opposition shape the premises of the argument?

 

  1. Values: what assumptions do you detect? What does the argument assume, but not necessarily state, about the topic – or people, institutions, life, social norms, and so on? Do those assumptions point to any underlying values
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Using the library, Internet, or any other credible materials, discuss problems that law enforcement professionals encounter when computer crime laboratories fail to provide state-of-the-art technology and procedures during the computer evidence collection, recovery, analysis, and reporting processes.

  Using the library, Internet, or any other credible materials, discuss problems that law enforcement professionals encounter when computer crime laboratories fail to provide state-of-the-art technology and procedures during the computer evidence collection, recovery, analysis, and reporting processes.

Cite at least one example of a case in which the investigation and prosecution of the computer crime failed due to poor QA/QC forensic evidence procedures although statutes were in place to govern investigatory procedures.
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Who are the clients or customers who will benefit from your proposed networked application service? What business objective does the proposed service meet for the company or business that plans to offer such a service to its clients or customers? Please use bullet points to organize multiple objectives. What will be the application architecture for the networked application under consideration? Refer to Section 2.2 in the textbook. Please try to use figures to explain the architecture

Clarifying your project proposal In order to clarify the nature of the networked application, ask yourself the following questions, whose answers will be included in your project proposal.

  1. Who are the clients or customers who will benefit from your proposed networked application service?
  2. What business objective does the proposed service meet for the company or business that plans to offer such a service to its clients or customers? Please use bullet points to organize multiple objectives.
  3. What will be the application architecture for the networked application under consideration? Refer to Section 2.2 in the textbook. Please try to use figures to explain the architecture.
  4. What kind of information will the client obtain through your networked application? Will you provide them with text, video, and voice information? If possible, provide a snapshot or picture of similar applications.
  5. What will be the application layers used: e-mail, HTTP, VoIP, instant messaging, video conferencing? If your application used multiple application layer protocols, please mention what kinds of data (voice, video, text) will each protocol carry?
  6. What will be some of the performance requirements of your application: latency, availability, security, cost effectiveness, accessibility? How will you prioritize your requirements?
  7. What will be some of the basic initial requirements that you can identify at this point in order to provide the application to your clients? Is cost effectiveness your priority, or do you worry more about the quality or your application? What is some of the infrastructure you will need? Do you have the staff to manage your infrastructure, or do you plan to outsource management to an external service provider? Please organize the requirements using bullet points.

Grading Rubric: Milestone 1—Proposal (60 points)

  1. Description of the service summary (200 words max) (5 points)
  2. Intended clients or customers (10 points)
  3. Business objective statement (10 points)
  4. Application architecture description (10 points)
  5. Information provided to the clients (10 points)
  6. Basic network requirements (10 points)

conclusion Quality work, editing, and clear language (5 points)

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What will be the application layers used: e-mail, HTTP, VoIP, instant messaging, video conferencing? If your application used multiple application layer protocols, please mention what kinds of data (voice, video, text) will each protocol carry? What will be some of the performance requirements of your application: latency, availability, security, cost effectiveness, accessibility? How will you prioritize your requirements?

Clarifying your project proposal In order to clarify the nature of the networked application, ask yourself the following questions, whose answers will be included in your project proposal.

  1. Who are the clients or customers who will benefit from your proposed networked application service?
  2. What business objective does the proposed service meet for the company or business that plans to offer such a service to its clients or customers? Please use bullet points to organize multiple objectives.
  3. What will be the application architecture for the networked application under consideration? Refer to Section 2.2 in the textbook. Please try to use figures to explain the architecture.
  4. What kind of information will the client obtain through your networked application? Will you provide them with text, video, and voice information? If possible, provide a snapshot or picture of similar applications.
  5. What will be the application layers used: e-mail, HTTP, VoIP, instant messaging, video conferencing? If your application used multiple application layer protocols, please mention what kinds of data (voice, video, text) will each protocol carry?
  6. What will be some of the performance requirements of your application: latency, availability, security, cost effectiveness, accessibility? How will you prioritize your requirements?
  7. What will be some of the basic initial requirements that you can identify at this point in order to provide the application to your clients? Is cost effectiveness your priority, or do you worry more about the quality or your application? What is some of the infrastructure you will need? Do you have the staff to manage your infrastructure, or do you plan to outsource management to an external service provider? Please organize the requirements using bullet points.

Grading Rubric: Milestone 1—Proposal (60 points)

  1. Description of the service summary (200 words max) (5 points)
  2. Intended clients or customers (10 points)
  3. Business objective statement (10 points)
  4. Application architecture description (10 points)
  5. Information provided to the clients (10 points)
  6. Basic network requirements (10 points)

conclusion Quality work, editing, and clear language (5 points)

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Review Action Time 3.1: The Yogurt Company and Security (found in Chapter 3 of the text). In 200-300 words, identify a potential cause of the thefts and provide two recommendations to the management of The Yogurt Company on how they can eliminate this problem. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts.

Review Action Time 3.1: The Yogurt Company and Security (found in Chapter 3 of the text). In 200-300 words, identify a potential cause of the thefts and provide two recommendations to the management of The Yogurt Company on how they can eliminate this problem. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts.

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n 200-300 words, identify a technique described in Chapter 4 or 5 that could potentially be used to reduce cycle time down to 30 seconds or less. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts.

Review Case Study 5.1: Live Racking at B.M.W. found in Chapter 5 of the text.  Assume that you are the warehouse director for B.M.W.  B.M.W. has learned that the 39-second cycle time described in the case is inadequate for 21st century operations and has asked you to reduce the cycle time down to 30 seconds or less. In 200-300 words, identify a technique described in Chapter 4 or 5 that could potentially be used to reduce cycle time down to 30 seconds or less. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts.

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Valuation of a firm’s financial assets is said to be based on what is expected in the future, in terms of the future performance of the firm, the industry, and the economy. What types of value would you consider when assigning “value” to a firm’s stock or bond? What is the significance of each of the different types of value in the valuation process? Use examples to support your response.

Assignment 1: Discussion Question

 

Valuation of a firm’s financial assets is said to be based on what is expected in the future, in terms of the future performance of the firm, the industry, and the economy. What types of value would you consider when assigning “value” to a firm’s stock or bond? What is the significance of each of the different types of value in the valuation process? Use examples to support your response.

By Saturday, October 18, 2014, respond to the discussion question. Submit your response to the appropriate Discussion Area. Start reviewing and responding to your classmates as early in the module as possible.

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What is the fiscal policy issue? 2. What concepts from Chapter 15 are relevant to understand the fiscal policy issue examined in the article? 3. What are the arguments in favor and against the fiscal policy examined in the article?

Discussion POST #1 Due by Tuesday Night 11:59pm est  

Read the Explore and Apply 14.6 “How Independent Should a Central Bank Be?”, pp. 338-339. Then answer the following question: Since members of the Federal Reserve Board have so much power, should they be elected directly by the public? Explain. How could the Federal Reserve hurt the economy? Provide some examples of Fed actions that could be harmful and of the damage that could be done. How can the Fed help the economy? Provide examples. DISCUSSION POST #2 Due by Thursday Night 11:59 est Find a recent article from the magazine The Economist that examines a fiscal policy issue in the United States.  Then, answer the following questions: 1. What is the fiscal policy issue? 2. What concepts from Chapter 15 are relevant to understand the fiscal policy issue examined in the article? 3. What are the arguments in favor and against the fiscal policy examined in the article?    
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Various definitions of terrorism used by law enforcement agencies and international organizations such as the: FBI Dept. of Defense United Nations Challenges related to defining terrorism Different types of terrorism Goals of terrorism

Write a 700- to 1050-word paper in which you summarize the definitions, types, and goals of terrorism.

Consider the following in your paper:

  • Various definitions of terrorism used by law enforcement agencies and international organizations such as the:
    • FBI
    • Dept. of Defense
    • United Nations
  • Challenges related to defining terrorism
  • Different types of terrorism
  • Goals of terrorism

Format your paper following APA guidelines.

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Situation 1: Mike, a Utah resident, sues Jim, a Nevada resident for $60,000 in Nevada’s Federal District court for negligence (a state law civil suit). Jim argues that the case should be dismissed for a lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Is he right? Situation 2: Bill, a California resident, sues Bob, also a California resident, for copyright infringement, a cause of action arising under federal law, in a Federal District Court in California. Bob argues that there is no subject matter jurisdiction. Is he right?

Is there Jurisdiction?

Look at the situations below and answer the question. Make sure to distinguish between subject matter and personal jurisdiction.  Additionally, discuss the standard the court will use to determine whether jurisdiction exists. The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded:

  • Write between 500 – 750 words (approximately 2 – 3 pages) using Microsoft Word.
  • Attempt APA style, see example below.
  • Use font size 12 and 1” margins.
  • Include cover page and reference page.
  • At least 60% of your paper must be original content/writing.
  • No more than 40% of your content/information may come from references.
  • Use at least two references from outside the course material, preferably from EBSCOhost.  Text book, lectures, and other materials in the course may be used, but are not counted toward the two reference requirement.

Reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) must be identified in the paper and listed on a reference page.Reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) must come from sources such as, scholarly journals found in EBSCOhost, online newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, government websites, etc.  Sources such as Wikis, Yahoo Answers, eHow, etc. are not acceptable. A detailed explanation of how to cite a source using APA can be found here (link). Download an example here Situation 1: Mike, a Utah resident, sues Jim, a Nevada resident for $60,000 in Nevada’s Federal District court for negligence (a state law civil suit).  Jim argues that the case should be dismissed for a lack of subject matter jurisdiction.  Is he right? Situation 2: Bill, a California resident, sues Bob, also a California resident, for copyright infringement, a cause of action arising under federal law, in a Federal District Court in California.  Bob argues that there is no subject matter jurisdiction. Is he right? Situation 3:  Billy, a Seattle, Washington resident, sues the Orange Corporation, a Texas corporation, under a breach of contract (a state law cause of action) in Washington State Court for $100,000.   The Orange Corporation does most of its business in Texas. It is incorporated in Texas, and its corporate Headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas. However, the Orange Corporation does have a branch office in Seattle, Washington where it employs a single salesman. Additionally, the corporation advertises in the Seattle.  The corporation argues that Washington lacks personal jurisdiction over the corporation. Is the corporation right? Assume for this question that Washington may exercise personal jurisdiction to the extent permitted by the Constitution of the United States.  Be sure to list the standard the court will apply. Situation 4: Same facts as above. Assume the court finds there is personal jurisdiction. Can the Orange Corporation have the case removed to federal court?    

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