Long Term Care Assignment

Include the following information in your report:

  • What are the chronic illness trends of each country?
  • What is the incidence and prevalence of elderly consumers of long-term care in the United States as compared to your chosen developing country?
  • How does each country expect these numbers to change in the next ten years?
  • What are the main characteristics of the elderly population in both the countries? Is there any difference in the long-term health care needs of consumers in both the countries? Provide a rationale for your answer.
  • Who are the institutional and non-institutional caregivers in both the countries? Support your answer with relevant examples. Explain the factors that affect care giving in each country.
  • Is there any difference in the status of quality of care of the elderly consumers in the United States as compared to the developing country?
  • Is there any difference in the health care cost provided in the United States as compared to the developing country? Define any social support that may exist to cover health care in both countries.


Ancient History

Aristotelianism: The Naturalistic Worldview

Identify the ways in which Aristotle’s philosophy has impacted history and society.

Which of the following is a way in which Aristotle impacted history and society?



He is considered to be the first moral philosopher because he sought to answer questions about what is right and wrong.


He formalized the study of logic, and established precise rules to determine the validity of an argument.


He was the first philosopher to discover scientific knowledge that is still considered to be true.


He created harmony between science and religion by acknowledging the existence of certain unexplainable mysteries.


Aristotle’s Highest Good

Identify the central tenets of Aristotle’s ethics.

 Select the statement that represents a central tenet of Aristotle’s ethics.


The virtuous man will be honest at all times, no matter the consequences to himself and others.


The virtuous man will nurture rational honestly.


The virtuous man will be honest when it is of benefit to him.


The virtuous man will act honestly only in public.

Applying Aristotle’s Ethics

Apply the central tenets of Aristotle’s ethics.

Casey is nervous about his upcoming camping trip because he’s afraid of spiders.

According to Aristotle’s ethical tenets, what should Casey do to deal with his fear of spiders?



Casey should immediately squash any spiders he sees.


Casey should avoid spiders completely.


Casey should learn to remain calm in the presence of spiders.


Casey should determine what kind of a thing a spider is.

Stoicism: The Ethics of Dispassion

Identify, and apply, the central tenets of Stoic ethics.



Stoicism was a school of philosophy that flourished in ancient Rome.Select the example that represents one of the central tenets of Stoicism.



Ali wishes that she had been an only child, so that she would have received more attention from her parents.


Eliza chooses a medical treatment that will prolong her life, alhtough it may leave her unable to live well.


Kendra works hard because she wants to own the largest house in her neighborhood and drive a fancy car.


Shara decides that she will no longer get angry when customers fail to tip her.


Philosophical Analysis as a Way of Life

Apply philosophical approaches to real-world situations.



Barbara believes that committing violence against another human being is morally and ethically wrong.


All of the following statements describe Barbara living philosophically EXCEPT ___________?



“Turning the other cheek is the best way to defeat your enemies.”


“Spanking is never an appropriate punishment for a child, even when he or she disobeys.”


“Declaring war on another country is not the right way to settle disagreements between nations. It only breeds further resentment.”


”It’s acceptable to fight back as long as you’re not the one who throws the first punch.”

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Policy Writing

Write a Policy On Oklahoma department of Human Service. In APA format. Remember you should be following the policy writing guide in Public Policy Writing.

Make sure you have:

  • Title
  • Executive summary
  • Set the stage in opening paragraphs
  • Background
  • Findings
  • Conclusion
  • recommendations.
  • A original paper with no plagarism. Paper should worth A+ grade
  • Minimum of 4 pages.
  • 4-5 referances.

China Ancient Four Inventions-Gun Power

Theme: Gunpower

You are each responsible for an essay, 3 pages in length, discussing in more-depth your questions, how you answered them, your engagement with the themes on which your group focused, and how the poster conveys this information. Your paper should be typed, double-spaced, and page-numbered, with 1-inch margins.

Management homework help

You are involved in a consulting committee for designing and implementing quality program systems for service businesses. The top management of your selected company wants you to develop a good quality management system. As you may not familiar with how operations in your selected business are performed. You can begin with your team members conducting the following expected steps: analyzing and evaluating the current operation system of your choice, investigating what and how other companies operate their operation system or part of it. You suppose to help the company of your choice to develop a quality management plan that include the quality dimensions and characteristics of the system/or subsystem of your choice. You also provide suggestions for achieving customer satisfaction, ways to measure defective service, and how the success of your proposed quality plan for the system or subsystem can be evaluated in terms of quality.

PHL 256 Contemporary Moral Issues 

PHL 256 Contemporary Moral Issues                              Reflective Writing Assignments


Due Date:         Section D010:  Monday, May 4 by 11:59 pm

Section D020:  Tuesday, May 5 by 11:59 pm               80 points


Please write thoughtful responses to ALL FOUR of the following prompts.  EACH response must be a minimum of 500 words in length (longer than 500 words each is okay, but shorter than 500 words each is NOT okay).  Please include a word count at the end of each entry.  Included here are the instructions for submitting this assignment electronically on Eagle.  I prefer that you use just ONE document to submit all four essays at the same time.


These are not formal research papers.  They are assignments that require only informal writing, asking you only to reflect and write on each of the topics.  You need not revise or rewrite your initial responses.   There is a penalty of 20 points per day for late submission.


  1. Fences, borders, passports, prisons, tollbooths, checkpoints, visas, green cards, photo ids, hall passes. Is there any legitimacy to our attempts to limit the movement of others?  Don’t human beings actually have what Frederick Douglass called a natural right (a right granted by nature, not by people) to locomotion, to movement, to migration, no matter what some people/governments, etc. try to say?  If you decide that fences, borders, passports, prisons, tollbooths, checkpoints, visas, green cards, photo ids, hall passes, etc. ARE morally justified, be sure to explain WHO has the authority to require these things and WHERE they got the authority to limit other people’s movements.  How, after all, would it ever become true that a particular patch of land came to be the private property of a human being, thereby legitimizing the notion that other human beings could not stand in that spot?


  1. Drones. Lie detectors.  Cameras in buses, intersections, elevators, school hallways, on public streets and people’s bodies.  DNA databases used by police, hospitals, insurance companies.  Tracking software used by social media companies, marketers, phones.  What is the status of our right to privacy? Did it never exist?  Did it go away?  Is it still intact, but just not being respected?  What would ground a right to privacy, or, in other words, where would a right to privacy even come from?  If you were responsible for drawing the lines around a human being’s private life, where would you put those limits?  In other words, what areas of a person’s life should count as solely theirs, as inviolable and private?  The “inside” of their bodies (because, if so, how do we justify requiring DNA samples, blood draws for DUI tests, etc.)? Their use of their bodies (Do we really have a right to require people to wear seat belts and not inject heroin into themselves?)?  Their thoughts (Is it okay to force people to take a lie detector test, to pry into their very thoughts?  Is it fair to punish someone not just for their bodily actions, but for what they were THINKING when they acted that way, as appears to be happening when hate crimes are punished?)?  Their communications (Should employers, Homeland Security, your parents, anyone be allowed to monitor or ever check without your permission your communications with others?)?  Their hard drives? Their movements and whereabouts?  Their property?  Which property?  Be sure to explain why you would put the limits where you would and whether you have any actual right to do that.





  1. When we are talking about racism, and anti-black racism in the United States, we have to remember that under slavery black lives were considered only a fraction of a human life, so the prevailing way of valuing lives assumed that some lives mattered more, were more human, more worthy, more deserving of life and freedom, where freedom meant minimally the freedom to move and thrive without being subjected to coercive force. But when and where did black lives ever really get free of coercive force?  One reason the chant ‘Black Lives Matter’ is so important is that it states the obvious, but the obvious has not yet been historically realized.  So it is a statement of outrage and a demand for equality, for the right to live free of constraint, but also a chant that links the history of slavery, of debt peonage, segregation, and a prison system geared toward the containment, neutralization and degradation of black lives, but also a police system that more and more easily and often can take away a black life in a flash all because some officer perceives a threat.”  From “Black Lives Matter:  Interview between George Yancy and Judith Butler.


After reading this, reflect and write about the possibility that it might not make sense to respond to assertions of “Black Lives Matter” with responses like “All Lives Matter” or “Blue Lives Matter”.  In what ways has society already made it abundantly clear that the lives of police officers matter?  In what ways has society already made it abundantly clear that human lives matter?  Can it be said honestly that society already has made it abundantly clear that the lives of black human beings matter just as much?  Or is it the case that the particular claim “Black Lives Matter” needs to be asserted over and over and over again, without meeting with responses/chants about what else matters, too?



  1. I don’t understand why Americans think ______________________________ is some big moral deal. Why do they spend so much time focusing on that?  In my opinion, there are much more significant moral challenges facing us, like the issue of _________________________________.
















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Strategic Management and Strategic Competitiveness

Strategic Management and Strategic Competitiveness


Choose one public corporation in an industry with which you are familiar. Research the company on its own website, the public filings on the Securities and Exchange Commission EDGAR database, the University’s online databases, the Nexis Uni database, and any other sources you can find. The annual report will often provide insights that can help address some of these questions.


Write a four- to six-page paper in which you do the following:

  • Assess how globalization and technology changes have impacted the corporation you researched.
  • Apply the industrial organization model and the resource-based model to determine how your corporation could earn above-average returns.
  • Assess how the vision statement and mission statement of the corporation influence its overall success.
  • Evaluate how each category of stakeholder impacts the overall success of this corporation.
  • Go to Basic Search: Strayer University Online Library and locate at least three quality references. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not quality as academic resources.

Use the Assignment 1 Template [DOCX] to ensure that your assignment meets the above requirements.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • This course requires use of new Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation for details.
  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow SWS 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 outcome associated with this assignment is the following:

  •  Determine the impact of globalization and technology changes, strategic models, vision and mission statements, and stakeholders on a corporation’s success.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer qua