This assignment is the second half of an assignment that asks you to keep a journal in two parts while reading Spiegelhalter. Standard dates and due times apply, as well as lateness penalties (half a letter grade per day). Note that the below is not meant to be a paper, so don’t get too caught up on submitting a lengthy submission.Each Journal submission is worth up to 50 points. For your first journal, please repeat the following from your first journal:A. Create a brief journal entry for each chapter. In each entry, identify and explain the following:1. For each chapter, select and identify at least 1 key term, concept, or example you understand. Explain why you find it easy to understand.2. For each chapter, select and identify at least 1 key term, concept, or example in each chapter that you are having a hard time with. Explain why you are struggling with it.3. For each chapter, list at least 1 key term, concept, or example that we have encountered previously, in the lectures, book, or even casual conversations from our Zoom meetings.B. Next, for the second journal submission, create an extra journal entry answering the following questions:1. The concepts in The Art of Statistics will be discussed throughout the rest of our semester. Devise a strategy for yourself to understand the rest of this course. How do you plan on reading the material? How will you synthesize the remaining chapters with the videos?2. If you were to have to lead a discussion on social science statistics, what would you focus on from this book?3. How would YOU apply these ideas to a social science project?
Spend at least two hours doing a Google News search on the word “Marxism.” During that time, read at least 10 articles related to the topic. Pick the five stories that you found most helpful/compelling and use them to create an annotated bibliography. For each entry in your bibliography, include the name of the news story, the link to the story, a paragraph explaining what the news story teaches about Marxism, and whether or not it presents it as a positive or a negative.
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challenges faced during covid by people working in the Food industry (a), healthcare workers (b) and the steps taken by the government to help them (c)
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Building upon Lectures and Readings, as well as your own additional research and review of academic and policy literature, students will submit a 10-12 page (maximum 3000 word) summary of various approaches to how the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child has been implemented in Canada and beyond – i.e. within research; education; social work; health; recreation; or youth justice settings.
For your research review paper you will conduct your own, miniature literature review about a topic of your choice that relates to human sexuality. The goal of the paper is to give you the opportunity to review the scientific literature surrounding a topic you are interested in, with a level of detail that we may not be able to cover in class.
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“Investment Appraisal Methods are valuable tools for corporate decision-making”