Understandability

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Using information from Dockery book  Christian Leadership Essentials and this module/week presentation Double Vision,write a thread explaining how you can implement leadership in your church or organization that passionately motivates people to cooperate in the fulfillment of the vision. Then, briefly lay out a plan for how you will implement these principles to inspire the organization you lead or an organization you someday hope to lead.

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After reading Chapter 6 of the Mosher textbook, discuss how the process of measuring recidivism can impact the evaluation effectiveness of corrections policies.
After reading the article “The Revolving Door at the Prison Gate” by Padfield and Maruna, discuss any areas of research bias and any observed areas of less substantive research. Where did you find these elements. What were they?

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Understandability

After reading the article “Controlled Burn: The Gendering of Stress and Burnout in Modern Policing” by Kurtz, focus on the results of this article and discuss:Do you understand the results? Why or why not?What recommendations do you have for presenting the results of this research so that a police executive could use them?

#8

Closing the Academic Practitioner Gap

In this class, you have been presented with a variety of peer-reviewed articles. You read the Fundamentals of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice by Bachman and Schutt. You also read The Mismeasure of Crime by Mosher, Miethe, and Hart. Discuss the following prompts:How should research be used in criminal justice decisions and criminal justice policy development?Explain a gap in understanding the findings in academic, peer-reviewed criminal justice research and practitioner policy development. What can be done to close this gap?

 

History interpretation 5

Document Interpretation 5: Moral Reform Movements 2 2 unread replies. 2 2 replies. Overview

One of the most important skills a historian develops is the ability to evaluate historical documents. This evaluation concerns asking questions of the documents that allows a historian to have insight in a particular topic or period being investigated. This week’s documents relate to the weekly module topic. This week’s documents relate to the weekly module topic of culture and cultural interaction. If you still need help prioritizing your questions of the document go to the Document Interpretation Tutorial Page. Use the questions below to learn how to analyze various types of sources and to become an historian yourself. Directions

In this weekly discussion assignment you will need to:Choose one of the documents below to read.Write a 250-500 word initial post and and present your interpretation of the document and the material you have been introduced to in this module.
Frederick Douglass,  Independence Day Speech, “Fellow citizens…” to the end of the section (The Internal Slave Trade)

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Declaration of Sentiments Why would the authors of the Declaration parallel the Declaration of Independence?What is their major demand?Why would people reject and actively fight against the ideas of this document?

Charles G. Finney, What a Revival of Religion Is (Read only: the last paragraph of the introduction (“It is altogether improbable…cannot contain themselves any longer.”; “What a revival is” section; The third remark at the end, “You see the error of those…damnation of the world”)The purpose of the revival was to change the individual and society.  What does Finney fear in American society? What changes does he expect tas a result of the revival?What does Finney mean by, “excitement”? Why would this concept bother other ministers?

Joshua and Sally Wilson Letters to George WilsonWhat is the picture of the ideal wife portrayed in these two letters? Of the ideal husband?To what extent do you think these images correspond to reality for most Americans in the 1820s? To what extent do they correspond to contemporary realities? Writing GuidelinesStep 1 — Summarizing

A summary is a short paragraph telling what the main idea of a reading/lecture/video is about. These are some basic steps to follow in order to create a summary:Read the text and underline or highlight the main idea and the main details.Put the text aside and write down the main idea and details in a separate document/on a separate piece of paper. DO NOT LOOK AT THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT!Write your summary using your typed/handwritten notes. Check your summary and the original article to be sure you have included only the most important information and that you have not directly copied from the article.Step 2 — Interpretation

Keep in mind these guidelines for analysis of your document from the Document Interpretation Tutorial.
Questions to ask of any source..Who is the author? Who wrote or created this? Is there a single or multiple authors? An author’s identity sometimes helps you answer the later questions.What type of source is this? Is it a photograph or a poem? A biography or a government document? This is a simple but crucial step because you must consider what you can expect to learn from the document.What is the message of this source? What is the author describing? What is happening in the text or image? What is the story?Who is the intended audience? Who is the author addressing? Was the source intended for private or public consumption? Identifying the audience will help you answer the next question.Why was this source created? Does the author have an agenda, a larger purpose? Is the author trying to persuade the audience? Is the document or source simply a compilation of facts, or does it include opinion, inference, or interpretation?Is this source credible and accurate? Historians must examine every source with a critical eye. What do you know about the author? Does the document make sense? Do the facts presented by the author or what you know about the time period support the thesis, statement, assertion, or story the author is conveying? Why should you trust, or distrust, this source?How is this source valuable to me? How does the source relate to other sources from the time period or along the same issue or theme? Does it support or contradict them? Does it repeat information from other sources or add new information? How relevant is the source to your topic of inquiry? Does it extensively cover your topic, or only marginally or not at all? Remember, you should explore enough sources to obtain a variety of viewpoints.

discuss the technology associated with either your selected law/regulation or a similar one.

Discussion Prompt 1 Select a state or federal law or regulation related to patient safety that has been implemented within the last five years requiring hospitals or any other health care organization

Discussion Prompt 1

Select a state or federal law or regulation related to patient safety that has been implemented within the last five years requiring hospitals or any other health care organizations to change the way they manage the delivery of care. Discuss the changes that have occurred because of this law or regulation.

Additionally, discuss the technology associated with either your selected law/regulation or a similar one. Are there ethical dilemmas that have resulted from technology changes when delivering care to patients or patient safety? Explain the dilemmas and how they might be resolved.

Discussion Prompt 2

Topic: SUPPORT MANDATORY VACCINATION FOR CHILDREN

Evidence-based practice is extremely important in nursing. Throughout your master’s program, you will complete research on various topics. Knowing how to construct a strong problem statement and complete a critical analysis of the available information to write a literature review is essential.

This week, you will write a problem statement and perform a literature review in preparation for your ethical issues debate presentation. Share your problem statement in this discussion so that you can review each other’s work and provide peer-to-peer feedback. Also, describe what you think are the most important learning takeaways from the literature review resources you reviewed.

Military Technology of the Civil War

Military Technology of the Civil War

Which was a stronger force in New World colonization, economics or religion? Support your answer with specific examples?

it’s us history homework and i need 300 words answer for it

Discuss the organization and the family role in every one of the heritages mentioned about and how they affect

Write an 700 words essay (APA format) contracting the two study heritages, answering the questions below:

1.  Discuss the organization and the family role in every one of the heritages mentioned about and how they affect (positively or negatively) the delivery of health care.

2.  Identify sociocultural variables within the Irish, Italian and Puerto Rican heritage and mention some examples.

References must be no older than 5 years.  A minimum of 700 words must be presented excluding the first and reference page.

Please, I need the paper attached to be redo, this paper gave me a 73% match.

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CTE framework

In reading material for this week, one exciting concept that stood out to me was connected to the “Conceptual Theoretical Empirical” (C-T-E) framework. The CTE framework has enhanced my understanding of nursing practices. The structure system consists of 3 key elements: empirical indicators, a theory, and a conceptual model. One of the benefits of utilizing this tool is that it helps nurses understand data better, how the data is related, and which information is more important than the others (Chinn & Kramer, 2017). Through following this process, nurses will be able to communicate better with others when using the C-T-E system, and efficiency will also be improved since they are more organized in practice. The C-T-E system has been noted as a general guideline for nursing practice, nursing research, as well as nursing education, as explained by Fawcett (Chinn & Kramer, 2017).

One of the most common theories that observe this strategic approach in its construction is the environmental theory by Florence Nightingale, known to be the first proponent of modern evidence-based nursing. When measuring the concepts and propositions in a research study, I need to apply the theory’s conceptual models and operational turning the selected idea into a quantifiable variable (Chinn & Kramer, 2017). This way, my patient will maintain better health after explaining to them the concepts of the environment. Then, due to the theory being simple and clear, I will provide a clean and well-ventilated room that will enhance my patient’s healing process (Chinn & Kramer, 2017). Lastly, I will measure the theory’s concept by providing intervention between emotional and physical impediments such as noise to ensure a smooth recovery.

References

Chinn, P. L., & Kramer, M. K. (2017). Knowledge Development in Nursing-E-Book: Theory and Process. Elsevier Health Sciences.

Explain the role of reason within theology as it seeks to deepen its understanding of the mysteries of faith.

This paper should be minimum 1500 words, MLA format.At least one properply MLA-formatted (in-text) reference and work cited.Minimum of 4 references. DO NOT use websites without an .edu address.Separate works cited pageSources should not make up more than 30% of the paper. Remember to put your own experience and words in the essay.

Practice Problems Chapter 119.Interspace Merchandising anticipated selling 29,000 units of amajor pr

Practice Problems Chapter 119.Interspace Merchandising anticipated selling 29,000 units of amajor product and paying sales commissions of $6 per unit. Actualsales and sales commissions totaled 31,500 units and $182,700,respectively. If the company used a static budget for performanceevaluations, Interstate would report a cost variance of:A.$6,300U.B. $6,300F.C. $8,700U.D. $8,700F.E. None of the other answers are correct.Direct Material Quantity Variance=SP(AQ-SQ)$6 (31,500-29,000) =$15,000UDirect Material Price Variance= AQ (AP-SP)31500(*5.8-6)= $-6,300F** AP 5.8 = $182,700/31500 UnitsTherefore,Cost Variance=$15,000U-$6,300F=$8,700U10.Gridiron Merchandising anticipated selling 27,000 units of a major product and paying sales commissions of $6per unit. Actual sales and sales commissions totaled 27,500 units and $171,400, respectively. If the companyused a flexible budget for performance evaluations, Gridiron would report a cost variance of:11.Bunnie’s Bakery anticipated making 17,000 fancy cakes during a recent period, requiring 14,000 hours of processtime. Each hour of process time was expected to cost the firm $11. Actual activity for the period was higher thananticipated: 18,000 cakes and 15,200 hours. If each hour of process time actually cost Bunnie $12, what processtime variance would be disclosed on a performance report that incorporated static budgets and flexible budgets?11-112.Trois Elles Corporation recently prepared a manufacturing cost budget for an output of 50,000 units, as follows:Actual units produced amounted to 60,000. Actual costs incurred were: direct materials, $110,000; direct labor,$60,000; variable overhead, $100,000; and fixed overhead, $97,000. If Trois Elles evaluated performance by theuse of a flexible budget, a performance report would reveal a total variance of:13.Zin, Inc. is planning its cash needs for an upcoming period when 85,000 machine hours are expected to beworked. Activity may drop as low as 78,000 hours if some overdue equipment maintenance procedures areperformed; on the other hand, activity could jump to 94,000 hours if one of Zin’s major competitors likely goesbankrupt. A flexible cash budget to determine cash needs would best be based on:14.Young Corporation has a high probability of operating at 40,000 activity hours during the upcoming period, andlower probabilities of operating at 30,000 hours and 50,000 hours. The company’s flexible budget revealed thefollowing:Young’s flexible-budget formula, where Y is defined as total cost and AH represents activity hours, is:11-215.Young Corporation has a high probability of operating at 40,000 activity hours during the upcoming period, andlower probabilities of operating at 30,000 hours and 50,000 hours. The company’s flexible budget revealed thefollowing:If Young operated at 35,000 hours, its total budgeted cost would be:17.Gourmet Restaurants has the following flexible-budget formula:Y = $13PH + $450,000 where PH is defined as process hours.What is Gourmet’s budgeted total cost if its process hours equal 25,000?18.Delicious Treats (DT) anticipated that 84,000 process hours would be worked during an upcoming accountingperiod when, in fact, 92,000 hours were actually worked. One of the company’s cost functions is expressed asfollows:Y = $16PH + $640,000 where PH is defined as process hoursWhat budgeted dollar amount would appear in DT’s static budget and flexible budget for the preceding costfunction?19.Del’s Diner anticipated that 84,000 process hours would be worked during an upcoming accounting period when,in fact, 90,000 hours were actually worked. One of the company’s cost functions is expressed as follows:Y = $16PH + $640,000 where PH is defined as process hours11-3What is Del’s flexible budget (Y) for the preceding cost function?21.A flexible budget for 15,000 hours revealed variable manufacturing overhead of $90,000 and fixed manufacturingoverhead of $120,000. The budget for 25,000 hours would reveal total overhead costs of:22.A flexible budget for 15,000 hours revealed variable manufacturing overhead of $90,000 and fixed manufacturingoverhead of $120,000. The budget for 20,000 hours would reveal total overhead costs of:44.Rowe Corporation reported the following variances for the period just ended:Variable-overhead spending variance: $50,000UVariable-overhead efficiency variance: $28,000UFixed-overhead budget variance: $70,000UFixed-overhead volume variance: $30,000UIf Rowe desires to analyze variances that arose primarily from managers’ expenditures in excess of anticipatedamounts, the company should focus on variances that total:46.Robert Company, which applies overhead to production on the basis of machine hours, reported the followingdata for the period just ended:Actual units produced: 12,000Actual variable overhead incurred: $77,700Actual machine hours worked: 18,80011-4Standard variable overhead cost per machine hour: $4.50If Robert estimates 1.5 hours to manufacture a completed unit, the company’s variable-overhead spendingvariance is:47.Martin Company, which applies overhead to production on the basis of machine hours, reported the followingdata for the period just ended:Actual units produced: 9,000Actual variable overhead incurred: $54,400Actual machine hours worked: 16,000Standard variable overhead cost per machine hour: $3.50If Martin estimates two hours to manufacture a completed unit, the company’s variable-overhead efficiencyvariance is:48.Abbott has a standard variable overhead rate of $4.50 per machine hour, and each unit produced has a standardtime allowed of three hours. The company’s static budget was based on 46,000 units. Actual results for the yearfollow.Actual units produced: 42,000Actual machine hours worked: 120,000Actual variable overhead incurred: $520,000Abbott’s variable-overhead spending variance is:49.Abbott has a standard variable overhead rate of $4.50 per machine hour, and each unit produced has a standardtime allowed of three hours. The company’s static budget was based on 46,000 units. Actual results for the yearfollow.Actual units produced: 42,000Actual machine hours worked: 120,000Actual variable overhead incurred: $520,000Abbott’s variable-overhead efficiency variance is:50.Luke, Inc. has a standard variable overhead rate of $5 per machine hour, with each completed unit expected totake three machine hours to produce. A review of the company’s accounting records found the following:11-5Actual production: 19,500 unitsVariable-overhead efficiency variance: $9,000UVariable-overhead spending variance: $21,000FWhat was Luke’s actual variable overhead during the period?51.Bushnell, Inc. has a standard variable overhead rate of $4 per machine hour, with each completed unit expectedto take three machine hours to produce. A review of the company’s accounting records found the following:Actual variable overhead: $210,000Variable-overhead efficiency variance: $18,000UVariable-overhead spending variance: $30,000FHow many units did Bushnell actually produce during the period?52.Darling Company, which applies overhead to production on the basis of machine hours, reported the followingdata for the period just ended:Actual units produced: 12,000Actual fixed overhead incurred: $730,000Actual machine hours worked: 60,000Budgeted fixed overhead: $720,000Planned level of machine-hour activity: 50,000If Darling estimates four hours to manufacture a completed unit, the company’s standard fixed overhead rate permachine hour would be:53.Herman Company, which applies overhead to production on the basis of machine hours, reported the followingdata for the period just ended:Actual units produced: 13,000Actual fixed overhead incurred: $742,000Standard fixed overhead rate: $15 per hourBudgeted fixed overhead: $720,000Planned level of machine-hour activity: 48,000If Herman estimates four hours to manufacture a completed unit, the company’s fixed-overhead budget variancewould be:11-654.Enberg Company, which applies overhead to production on the basis of machine hours, reported the followingdata for the period just ended:Actual units produced: 14,800Actual fixed overhead incurred: $791,000Standard fixed overhead rate: $13 per hourBudgeted fixed overhead: $780,000Planned level of machine-hour activity: 60,000If Enberg estimates four hours to manufacture a completed unit, the company’s fixed-overhead volume variancewould be:55.Benson Company, which uses a standard cost system, budgeted $600,000 of fixed overhead when 40,000machine hours were anticipated. Other data for the period were:Actual units produced: 10,000Standard production time per unit: 3.9 machine hoursFixed overhead incurred: $620,000Actual machine hours worked: 42,000Benson’s fixed-overhead budget variance is:56.Benson Company, which uses a standard cost system, budgeted $600,000 of fixed overhead when 40,000machine hours were anticipated. Other data for the period were:Actual units produced: 10,000Standard production time per unit: 3.9 machine hoursFixed overhead incurred: $620,000Actual machine hours worked: 42,000Benson’s fixed-overhead volume variance is:57.Atlanta Enterprises incurred $828,000 of fixed overhead during the period. During that same period, the companyapplied $845,000 of fixed overhead to production and reported an unfavorable budget variance of $41,000. Howmuch was Atlanta’s budgeted fixed overhead?58.Rich Company, which uses a standard cost system, budgeted $800,000 of fixed overhead when 50,000 machinehours were anticipated. Other data for the period were:11-7Actual units produced: 10,600Actual machine hours worked: 51,800Actual variable overhead incurred: $475,000Actual fixed overhead incurred: $790,100Standard variable overhead rate per machine hour: $8.50Standard production time per unit: 5 hoursRich’s variable-overhead efficiency variance is:59.Rich Company, which uses a standard cost system, budgeted $800,000 of fixed overhead when 50,000 machinehours were anticipated. Other data for the period were:Actual units produced: 10,600Actual machine hours worked: 51,800Actual variable overhead incurred: $475,000Actual fixed overhead incurred: $790,100Standard variable overhead rate per machine hour: $8.50Standard production time per unit: 5 hoursRich’s fixed-overhead budget variance is:60.Sussex Company uses a standard cost system and prepared the following budget for May when 24,000 machinehours of activity were anticipated: variable overhead, $48,000; fixed overhead: $240,000. Actual data for Maywere:Standard machine hours allowed for output attained: 25,000Actual machine hours worked: 24,000Variable overhead incurred: $50,000Fixed overhead incurred: $250,000The standard variable overhead rate for May is:61.The variable-overhead spending and efficiency variances are:11-862.The fixed-overhead budget and volume variances are:63.Draco, Inc. has the following overhead standards:Variable overhead: 4 hours at $8 per hourFixed overhead: 4 hours at $10 per hourThe standards were based on a planned activity of 20,000 machine hours when 5,000 units were scheduled forproduction. Actual data follow.Variable overhead incurred: $167,750Fixed overhead incurred: $210,000Machine hours worked: 19,800Actual units produced: 5,100Draco’s fixed-overhead budget variance is:64.Draco, Inc. has the following overhead standards:Variable overhead: 4 hours at $8 per hourFixed overhead: 4 hours at $10 per hourThe standards were based on a planned activity of 20,000 machine hours when 5,000 units were scheduled forproduction. Actual data follow.Variable overhead incurred: $167,75011-9Fixed overhead incurred: $210,000Machine hours worked: 19,800Actual units produced: 5,100Draco’s fixed-overhead volume variance is:65.Draco, Inc. has the following overhead standards:Variable overhead: 4 hours at $8 per hourFixed overhead: 4 hours at $10 per hourThe standards were based on a planned activity of 20,000 machine hours when 5,000 units were scheduled forproduction. Actual data follow.Variable overhead incurred: $167,750Fixed overhead incurred: $210,000Machine hours worked: 19,800Actual units produced: 5,100Draco’s variable-overhead spending variance is:66.Draco, Inc. has the following overhead standards:Variable overhead: 4 hours at $8 per hourFixed overhead: 4 hours at $10 per hourThe standards were based on a planned activity of 20,000 machine hours when 5,000 units were scheduled forproduction. Actual data follow.Variable overhead incurred: $167,750Fixed overhead incurred: $210,000Machine hours worked: 19,800Actual units produced: 5,100Draco’s variable-overhead efficiency variance is:67.Draco, Inc. has the following overhead standards:Variable overhead: 4 hours at $8 per hourFixed overhead: 4 hours at $10 per hourThe standards were based on a planned activity of 20,000 machine hours when 5,000 units were scheduled forproduction. Actual data follow.Variable overhead incurred: $167,75011-10Fixed overhead incurred: $210,000Machine hours worked: 19,800Actual units produced: 5,100The amount of variable overhead that Draco applied to production is:68.Sand Box Company is choosing new cost drivers for its accounting system. One driver is labor hours; the other isa combination of machine hours for unit variable costs and number of setups for a pool of batch-level costs. Datafor the past year follow.Assume that both cost pools are combined into a single pool, and labor hours is the driver. The total flexiblebudget for the actual level of labor hours and the total variance for the combined pool are:69.Sand Box Company is choosing new cost drivers for its accounting system. One driver is labor hours; the other isa combination of machine hours for unit variable costs and number of setups for a pool of batch-level costs. Datafor the past year follow.11-11Assume that the two separate pools are used. The flexible budget dollar amounts for the actual level of machinehours and actual number of setups are:74.Master Products has the following information for the year just ended:The company’s sales-volume variance is:75.Master Products has the following information for the year just ended:11-12The company’s sales-price variance is:11-13