Write an essay on the topic of unemployment in the U.S.

Answer the following from the Problems Appendix in the back of your textbook on pp. 329-330, and upload your answers through Blackboard:

  • Chapter 7: Questions 2, 3, 5, and 7
  • Chapter 8: Questions 1, 5, and 7

Your completed Homework assignment should be at least three to four pages in length.Write a minimum of an essay on the topic of unemployment in the U.S. Use a minimum of three scholarly sources. You have the freedom to take any aspect of unemployment that you desire to research.

In the second part of your essay, discuss what implications the dystopian visions of the future offered by Gibson and Bacigalupi have for our understandings of resistance and emancipation.

In the 1980s, a new sub-genre of science fiction emerged through the work of authors like William Gibson, Bruce Sterling and Neal Stephenson. Known as cyberpunk, this sub-genre offered us dystopian visions of the future in which social and political order has partially collapsed under the weight of unrestrained corporate power. These dystopian futures reflected the anxieties and fears that attended the growth in neoliberal forms of political economy during the 1980s and 90s, and more recent authors, like Paolo Bacigalupi and Cory Doctorow, have continued this tradition of science fiction, incorporating anxieties related to climate change, bioengineering and surveillance technologies into their dystopian visions of the future. What insight do these cyberpunk and biopunk works of science fiction provide into the nature of power and domination in the early 21st century, and what might they tell us about the possibilities of emancipation?

Your paper should be organized as follows. In the first section (after your introduction), discuss the dystopian futures portrayed by William Gibson in his short story “New Rose Hotel” and by Paolo Bacigalupi in his novel The Windup Girl. Identify the forms of power and domination that characterize these futures, noting how society is organized, what groups wield power in these stories, and how they wield it. You should also discuss how these dystopian futures differ from the totalitarian futures we have seen in Huxley’s novel A Brave New World and London’s short story “A Curious Fragment.”

In the second part of your essay, discuss what implications the dystopian visions of the future offered by Gibson and Bacigalupi have for our understandings of resistance and emancipation. How do these visions of a future in which traditional forms of power and order have partially collapsed complicate our notions of how to realize human freedom? How might apocalyptic fantasies in our culture, in which the old social and political order is swept away by a plague, nuclear war, or zombies, reflect contemporary concerns about the impotence of resistance or the impossibility of emancipation?

In the third and final part of your essay, offer some of your own thoughts on how we should rethink the concepts of freedom, resistance and emancipation so that they might meaningfully speak to these dystopian futures which are rapidly becoming our present.

Discuss the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Technology Verification Program as discussed in the assigned article by Ashley, Waits, Hartzell, and Harten (2005). Discuss ammonia and mercury monitoring specifically.

In this unit, we summarized all of the concepts you learned throughout the course, tying everything together.

For this assignment, you will write an essay in which you will apply safety and health-related theory and technology to address environmental issues. Please include the components listed below in your essay.

  • Discuss the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Technology Verification Program as discussed in the assigned article by Ashley, Waits, Hartzell, and Harten (2005). Discuss ammonia and mercury monitoring specifically.
  • Provide an equation used for computing water flow rate from pipe diameter. Describe the application and variables in the equation.
  • Explain two methods for treating water.
  • Explain two features of a solid waste landfill.
  • Describe two hazardous waste onsite remediation technologies.
  • Explain the purpose of an electrostatic precipitator and the air pollutants that it removes, and show an equation used to determine its efficiency.
  • Provide the equation used to compute SPL (in dB) from sound pressure in µbars. If a bulldozer emits a sound level of 90 dBA, what is the sound level (dBA) of two bulldozers next to each other?
  • Discuss your favorite part of the course.

Write an essay that describes the struggle between the colonist and King George III during the second part of the 18th century.

Write an essay that describes the struggle between the colonist and King George III during the second part of the 18th century.  Make sure you discuss how this crisis stems from the Seven Years  War, discuss the idea “no taxation without representation,” the first and second continental congresses, Common Sense and the Declaration of Independence.

Again, locate the specific information, put it into chronological order and in your own words as  you describe this battle that goes back and forth between the King and the colonists.

Write an essay about a film you already watched.utline analyst about 6 aristotelian point (theme, plot, character, language, music, spectable) and critical perspectives( social, human, entertainment value…

Write an essay about a film you already watched. Name of film you can choose in pdf 2018-2020. Outline analyst about 6 aristotelian point (theme, plot, character, language, music, spectable) and critical perspectives( social, human, entertainment value…).

Historically, as the article points out, the past was a good predictor of the future. Use the posted article and any other readings from the course, book or your own external research to write an essay.

Historically, as the article points out, the past was a good predictor of the future. Use the posted article and any other readings from the course, book or your own external research to write an essay . Do you think the past is a good predictor of the future? Why or why not? Now, from a strategic planning perspective, how should nonprofit leaders deal with uncertainty and rapid change? How might strategic planning evolve to be more successful? If you have examples, please use them in your essay. Make sure you include a works cited list at the end of the essay and appropriately cite all materials used!