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What are the client’s most prominent ‘presenting issues’ (that is, what seems to take priority as being wrong)? What else do you feel you need to know (or, what might be some areas you may ask about in order to determine what is going on and how severe the problem may be)? What do you think may be your ‘initial diagnosis’ based on the information given in the case study? Why? What, if any, psychospiritual factors might be present and maintaining the presenting issue? What are possible methods of treatment or referral?

Alex is an infrequent attendee at your church. He is 28 years old, lives with his father, and is separated from his wife of 3 years. He has one child, age 2, whom he sees “occasionally.” Alex  is seeking counseling at the insistence of his father.  Alex is currently unemployed, but does odd construction jobs with a friend of his as he is needed.  He complains of his father “always hounding me for drinking a beer, even though he drinks too.”  He reports drinking “a few” beers per day, rarely getting drunk.  He has drank since high school. His additional substance use history (per self-report) include marijuana use (daily when younger, “maybe once a month” currently), and polysubstance use during high school. He denies other use at the current time.   His wife left him 18 months ago, stating she felt him to be unreliable. He blames lack of employment as the issue, but also stated she complained about his drinking as well, though he does not feel there is a problem with his alcohol use. He has a history of a DUI from 3 years ago, reported getting in trouble several times when younger due to alcohol use, but denies experiencing related struggles from his perspective.   He has a hard time sleeping, has adequate appetite, and spends his day watching tv when not working with his friend.  He drinks at home during the day, and goes out after working with his friend to a local bar when he has money to do so.  He speaks of his relationship with God as distant, recalling his salvation story that occurred as a high school student. He attends church to meet others and to engage with the worship (he enjoys the band).  He does not feel particularly close to anyone.   Please respond (short answer is fine) to all of the following questions:   In your diagnosis, please use DSM IV-TR diagnoses when appropriate (found in your powerpoint presentations)  

  1. What are the client’s most prominent ‘presenting issues’ (that is, what seems to take priority as being wrong)?  
  2. What else do you feel you need to know (or, what might be some areas you may ask about in order to determine what is going on and how severe the problem may be)?  
  3. What do you think may be your ‘initial diagnosis’ based on the information given in the case study? Why?  
  4. What, if any, psychospiritual factors might be present and maintaining the presenting issue?  
  5. What are possible methods of treatment or referral?
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What causes of action does Steve have? What remedies does he have for the faulty heater?

Constructive Eviction and the Implied Warranty of Habitability

Steve is renting a property from Billy.  One evening Steve tripped and fell down the stairs. The issue is that one of the stairs in the common area was faulty. Billy knew about the stair, but he had never got around to fixing it. Steve injured his leg, so he decided to return to his room. The heater was not working (and it was in the middle of winter). Steve had told Billy about the faulty heater for months, but Billy never got around to fixing it. There is a local ordinance that requires landlords to repair heaters.  Additionally, assume that this jurisdiction includes the implied warranty of habitability. The jurisdiction recognizes constructive eviction, and it follows the majority rule of when landlords are liable for injuries.  

  • What causes of action does Steve have?
  • What remedies does he have for the faulty heater?

  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

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Additionally, note that under the doctrine of respondeat superior the bank WILL be liable for any potential negligence of the janitor employee)? What defenses will the bank assert? Assume that the jurisdiction does not recognize assumption of risk or contributory negligence. The jurisdiction does recognize the defense of comparative negligence.

Negligence

Mark sued a bank for injuries.  He was not paying attention as he entered the bank because he was looking at his phone. And he fell suffering $10,000 in injuries. Prior to the fall, the janitor had buffed the floor. The janitor had an IQ of 70. Normally, the janitor was closely supervised. However, today his manager was extremely tired, and the manager didn’t notice that the janitor had carelessly used way too much floor wax that was extremely slippery.  Is the bank liable for the janitor’s negligence (be sure to go through all the elements. Additionally, note that under the doctrine of respondeat superior the bank WILL be liable for any potential negligence of the janitor employee)? What defenses will the bank assert? Assume that the jurisdiction does not recognize assumption of risk or contributory negligence. The jurisdiction does recognize the defense of comparative negligence.   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

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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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