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public administration

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What is public administration

mission and vision

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Corporate leaders often encounter cynicism from employees when leaders announce that they are presenting a “new” mission or vision statement for the corporation. Why do you think employees react in this way? What can leaders do to avoid this skeptical reaction on the part of employees and ensure that the new vision/mission is embraced? Use examples to support your response.

essay type questions

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 Each question must be answered using no less than 150 words.


1. Discuss the factors that go into creating a hostile work environment. Why is this a bad thing? Give an example of a hostile work environment.


2. Compare and contrast the stakeholder and shareholder models of corporate governance.


3. We all learn values from sources such as family, religion, and school. Why might these sources of individual values not prove very helpful when making complex business decisions?


4. Society often expects a lot from business. Do you think that it is possible to balance profit and other business objectives with the goals and desires of society? Why or why not?


5. The ethical decision-making framework includes the concepts of ethical issue intensity, individual factors, organizational factors, and opportunity. Discuss how these concepts influence the ethical decision-making process.


6. Discuss the distinctions between the rule and act categories of utilitarianism and deontology. Why do you think some people evaluate the morality of an action on the basis of the action itself, whereas others evaluate it in terms of its conformity to particular moral principles or rules of conduct?

Humanistic, Transpersonal and Existential Psychology

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The importance of capturing the “lived experience” of a person is the basis of the works of Husserl, Dilthey, Heidegger, Sartre, and Maerlea-Ponty in studying human phenomena which includes concepts of freedom, free-will, death, resilience, grit, and determination. The collection and interpretation of this information is typically done through an interview using basic, open-ended questions to capture the lived experience of the individual. It is important for researchers to have a sense of how qualitative research instruments such as interview questions are felt and interpreted by the interviewee. In this assignment, you will respond to a typical, open-ended, qualitative interview question.


Write a paper (500-750 words) in which you reflectively respond to the following qualitative interview question as though you were being interviewed:


The experience of being a doctoral learner is unique to the individual, although it is also a shared experience. In as much detail as possible, describe a time since starting your doctoral program when you experienced your identity as a doctoral learner.

Master-Slave DB configuration

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What are the  Master-Slave DB configuration steps and:

How to configure it.


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Explain why there is confusion when trying to define terrorism. Provide examples to illustrate your answer.

Your short essay should be at least 200 words in length.


What is David Rapoport’s position on the influence of religion on terrorism? What is your view on religion’s influence on terrorism?

Your short essay should be at least 200 words in length.


Compare and contrast the definitions of terrorism offered by Walter Laqueur and Alex Schmid. Do you agree with Laqueur or Schmid? Explain.

Your short essay should be at least 200 words in length

fictional newspaper

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Act as a newspaper editor that argues for the contemporary relevance of the book’s argument. Pick a contemporary theme—religious liberty, gun control, immigration, etc.—that you feel the book adds important context to. Then write an op-ed for a fictional newspaper explaining why this historical episode is important for today.



The Supreme Court’s ruling that allowed same-sex marriage in the United States has ushered in a crucial moment for American culture. The recent controversy over Kentucky’s county clerk Kim Davis is just an extreme example of the tensions rife within a pluralist society. But how do we function as a community with such different opinions on crucial topics? JK Rowling’s Harry Potter, an examination of the cultural tensions found within the famed school of Hogwarts, shows one example of how these divisions played out, and how a more charitable acceptance of diverging ways of life ended up triumphing over parochial squabbles…


Must be 2 pages