Analyze why there are two different versions (“Equal variances assumed” and “Equal variances not assumed”) of the t test on the SPSS printout and how you decide which one is more appropriate.

Various Forms of the t Test
In what research situations should the paired samples t test be used rather than the independent samples t test?

Analyze why there are two different versions (“Equal variances assumed” and “Equal variances not assumed”) of the t test on the SPSS printout and how you decide which one is more appropriate.

Write a summary of Meehan’s main argument. How do you see this perspective contributing to the field of media studies?

1) Write a summary of Ang’s main argument. How do you see this perspective contributing to the field of media studies? What contribution to understanding the audience does Ang offer?

2) Write a summary of Meehan’s main argument. How do you see this perspective contributing to the field of media studies? What contribution to understanding the role of viewership does Meehan offer?

3)How does Ang situate the audience and the audience’s role in content creation on television? How does Meehan situate the audience and the audience’s role in content creation on television? What does Ang mean by institutional point of view? Do you agree with Meehan’s premise that TV is not our fault? Why or why not?

How will this inform your future design work?

The course is CMPM-177-01 Creative Strategies for Designing Interactive Media.
Choose one of your previous week’s group exercises (check the attachment) and reflect on Values in Design about prototyping (2 reading provied) . How will this inform your future design work?

What was the impact of the near failure of Bear Stearns and the failure of Lehman Brothers on Money Markets?

If we were to revise the Bechdel test today, in the light of #MeToo, what should it measure? What was the impact of the near failure of Bear Stearns and the failure of Lehman Brothers on Money Markets?

Evaluation of this contribution will be based on the value of the media selected for broadening or deepening
our discussions, and on the framing provided for this material.
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Using the incubation range and clinical symptoms, identify potential infectious agents that could be responsible for the outbreak (refer to the Topic Material, “Compendium of Acute Foodborne and Waterborne Diseases”). Discuss your rationale.

Complete the following:
1. Using the line listing in the Excel “Oswego Line Listing Workbook,” calculate the attack rate ratios for each food item using the table in the Excel “Oswego Attack Rate Table.” Create a separate 2×2 table for the food item you think is responsible for the outbreak and interpret the attack rate ratio for this food item. Refer to the “Creating a 2×2 Contingency Table” resource for guidance.
2. Using the line listing in Excel “Oswego Line Listing Workbook,” construct an epidemic curve by the time of onset of illness. What does this curve tell you regarding the average incubation period, source, and transmission?
3. Using the incubation range and clinical symptoms, identify potential infectious agents that could be responsible for the outbreak (refer to the Topic Material, “Compendium of Acute Foodborne and Waterborne Diseases”). Discuss your rationale.
Part 2
In a paper, evaluate the situation and present your findings. Including the following:
1. Does this case meet the definition of an “outbreak?” Why or why not?
2. Identify the steps required to investigate an outbreak. How did these steps help in investigating the Oswego event? Include the relevant information needed for each step to be successful.
3. Discuss the possible routes of transmission for the expected agent.
4. Based on this information, what control measures would you recommend? State whether they are primary, secondary, or tertiary prevention strategies.
General Requirements

Maria Kertesz has applied to Proctor and Gamble (P&G) as a new candidate. Using the concepts of Dimensions and the Big Five Factors. (mentioned in the chapter 9 of Book Strategic Staffing) (particularly those mentioned above), give a fair and objective assessment of her candidature for the Head of Consumer Products – Emerging Markets.

Read the profile of Maria ‘Duda’ Kertesz from Johnson & Johnson. https://www.careers.jnj.com/career-stories/maria-duda-kertesz

Pay particular attention to
• Dimensions of Fit (9-1) and
• the BIG Five Factors
Scenario: Using the concepts of Dimensions and the Big Five Factors. (mentioned in the chapter 9 of Book Strategic Staffing) (particularly those mentioned above), give a fair and objective assessment of her candidature for the Head of Consumer Products – Emerging Markets.
Book: Phillips, J. M., & Gully, S. M. (2015). Strategic staffing (3rd Ed.). New York City: Pearson.

Provide an analysis of Unbelievable Series on Hulu from the point of view of the ideas about gender and television that we discuss throughout the term (i.e., an interpretation of the series, commenting on whether it advances or impedes questions of gender equality and television, and explaining why)

Provide context of the series’ main characters, events, and themes to orient other students to it; (2) select a particular topic or problematic that makes the series relevant to discuss in the context of #MeToo (depictions of sexual relationships, representation of violence, costuming and female characters, etc.) ; and (3) provide an analysis of the series from the point of view of the ideas about gender and television that we discuss throughout the term (i.e., an interpretation of the series, commenting on whether it advances or impedes questions of gender equality and television, and explaining why).

Evaluate how the organisation has responded to at least one of the global trends (sustainability, the inclusive global economy, the Internet and technology).

Select an organisation and write a case study that includes:
1. Background and contextual information about the organisation.
2. Summarises the strategic planning process and/or critiques the organisations strategic plan.
3. Provides insights into how ongoing strategy formation and implementation happens in the organisation and links this to relevant theories and/or models.
4. Analyses the role of the leader in formulating and driving strategy.
5. Evaluates the culture and ethics of the organisation as revealed through its strategy.
6. Evaluates how the organisation has responded to at least one of the global trends (sustainability, the inclusive global economy, the Internet and technology).