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Read attachd article in the given link (https://carnegieeurope.eu/2017/01/17/enh

Read attachd article in the given link (https://carnegieeurope.eu/2017/01/17/enhancing-eu-s-engagement-with-separatist-territories-pub-67694)
Review the policy brief on Abkhazia (and other separatist territories) and evaluate the title, introduction, and conclusion/ recommendation.

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Make sure you have a reliable source. One strategy to use when evaluating a sou

Make sure you have a reliable source.
One strategy to use when evaluating a source is to use the PAR criteria.
Purpose
Authority
Relevance
use this source please-https://psycnet.apa.org/doiLanding?doi=10.1037%2Fppm0000259

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Make sure you have a reliable source. One strategy to use when evaluating a sou

Make sure you have a reliable source.
One strategy to use when evaluating a source is to use the PAR criteria.
Purpose
Authority
Relevance
THE TOPIC IS-Fan influence/activism

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Make sure you have a reliable source. One strategy to use when evaluating a sou

Make sure you have a reliable source.
One strategy to use when evaluating a source is to use the PAR criteria.
Purpose
Authority
Relevance
THE TOPIC IS-Fan influence/activism

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Creative Writing

Read attachd article in the given link (https://carnegieeurope.eu/2017/01/17/enh

Read attachd article in the given link (https://carnegieeurope.eu/2017/01/17/enhancing-eu-s-engagement-with-separatist-territories-pub-67694)
Review the policy brief on Abkhazia (and other separatist territories) and evaluate the title, introduction, and conclusion/ recommendation.

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I need at least 3 pages of work as well as a works cited page and fcat checked information.

Edmund Kemper suffered abuse as a child and I’m arguing that the early-on trauma could have been a contributing factor to the violence he displayed later in life. I had a contract for this essay before and the work I recieved was not well done so I’m hoping someone can help me out. I need at least 3 pages of work as well as a works cited page and fcat checked information.

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I need at least 3 pages of work as well as a works cited page and fcat checked information.

Edmund Kemper suffered abuse as a child and I’m arguing that the early-on trauma could have been a contributing factor to the violence he displayed later in life. I had a contract for this essay before and the work I recieved was not well done so I’m hoping someone can help me out. I need at least 3 pages of work as well as a works cited page and fcat checked information.

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Discuss the words, ideas, or actions of the author or character(s)

It is time to begin reading our novel Orange Is the New Black to prepare us for our end of the semester research paper. Please read the Research Paper Assignment Sheet to familiarize yourself with the approved topic choices. It is helpful to have an idea of which topic you want to research before reading the novel. Blank Dialectical Journal-Orange Is the New Black.docx
Above, you will find a blank dialectical journal worksheet. Using the information given in the “Dialectical Journal” lecture page, complete the worksheet. Once you have completed your entries, be sure to save your work to your computer. Then, upload your completed dialectical journal into this assignment box.
Before I can grade your submission, you must enter the edition of the book you are using in the submission comments box. If no comment is made, the assignment will receive a 0. These are the only two approved editions of the text. If I cannot verify your quotes, I cannot grade the assignment, and it will receive a 0. If you are using the paperback edition, write Paperback.
If you are using the provided PDF edition (located in handouts), write PDF. These are the ONLY approved editions of the book as I can only grade assignments that I can verify quotes for. If you use a different edition (including the hardback edition, Kindle edition, or another PDF edition), the page numbers will not be the same, and I will not be able to grade your assignments. I will not re-grade incorrect submissions, so please make sure you are using the correct book. Dialectical Journal Information
Definition:
The term “Dialectic” means the “art or practice of arriving at the truth by using conversation involving question and answer.” Think of your dialectical journal as a series of conversations with the text. The process is meant to help you develop a better understanding of the text. Use your journal to incorporate your personal responses to the texts and your ideas about the themes being covered. You will find that it is a useful way to process what you are reading and to prepare yourself to gather textual evidence for your research paper.
SAMPLE DIALECTICAL JOURNAL
Requirements:
Record the page number of the chosen passages.
You must have a minimum of 10 entries for each assigned section.
Page numbers MUST be in numerical order Your entries must cover all assigned chapters equally
Number each passage.
In the right column, write your responses to the text (ideas/insights, questions, reflections, and comments on each passage).
Number each response so that it corresponds with the noted passage
You must label your responses using the following codes:
(Q) Question- ask about something in the passage that is unclear
(C) Connect- make a connection to your life, the world, or another text
(P) Predict- anticipate what will occur based on what’s in the passage
(CL) Clarify- answer earlier questions or confirm/disaffirm a prediction
(R) Reflect- think deeply about what the passage means in a broad sense- not just to the characters in the story/author of the article. What conclusions can you draw about the world, about human nature, or just the way things work?
(RE) Respond- What did you, the reader like or dislike about the passage? Why were you drawn to it? What was the emotional response you had to the words? Was this intentional?
(A) Analyze- Why was this quote placed in the chapter, at this point? How is it purposeful by the author?
(E) Evaluate- make a judgment about what the author is trying to say
Choosing passages from the text:
Look for quotes that seem significant, powerful, thought provoking, or puzzling. For example, you might record:
Effective &/or creative uses of stylistic or literary devices
Passages that remind you of your own life or something you’ve seen before
Structural shifts or turns in the plot
A passage that makes you realize something you hadn’t seen before
Examples of patterns: recurring images, ideas, colors, symbols, or motifs
Passages with confusing language or unfamiliar vocabulary
Events you find surprising or confusing
Passages that illustrate a particular character or setting
Responding to the text:
You can respond to the text in a variety of ways. The most important thing to remember is that your observations should be specific and detailed. Basic Responses
Raise questions about the beliefs and values implied in the text
Give your personal reactions to the passage
Discuss the words, ideas, or actions of the author or character(s)
Tell what it reminds you of from your own experiences
Write about what it makes you think or feel
Agree or disagree with the character or the author
Sample Sentence Starters:
I really don’t understand this because…
I really dislike/like this because
I think the author is trying to say that…
This passage reminds me of a time in my life when…
If I were (name of character) at this point I would…
This part doesn’t make sense because…
This character reminds me of (name of person) because…
Higher Level Responses
Analyze the text for use of literary devices (tone, structure, style, imagery)
Make connections between different characters or events in the text
Make connections to a different text (or film, song, etc…)
Discuss the words, ideas, or actions of the author or character(s)
Consider an event or description from the perspective of a different character Analyze a passage and its relationship to the story as a whole

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Write about what it makes you think or feel

It is time to begin reading our novel Orange Is the New Black to prepare us for our end of the semester research paper. Please read the Research Paper Assignment Sheet to familiarize yourself with the approved topic choices. It is helpful to have an idea of which topic you want to research before reading the novel.
Blank Dialectical Journal-Orange Is the New Black.docx
Above, you will find a blank dialectical journal worksheet. Using the information given in the “Dialectical Journal” lecture page, complete the worksheet. Once you have completed your entries, be sure to save your work to your computer. Then, upload your completed dialectical journal into this assignment box.
Before I can grade your submission, you must enter the edition of the book you are using in the submission comments box. If no comment is made, the assignment will receive a 0. These are the only two approved editions of the text. If I cannot verify your quotes, I cannot grade the assignment, and it will receive a 0.
If you are using the paperback edition, write Paperback.
If you are using the provided PDF edition (located in handouts), write PDF.
These are the ONLY approved editions of the book as I can only grade assignments that I can verify quotes for. If you use a different edition (including the hardback edition, Kindle edition, or another PDF edition), the page numbers will not be the same, and I will not be able to grade your assignments. I will not re-grade incorrect submissions, so please make sure you are using the correct book.
Dialectical Journal Information
Definition:
The term “Dialectic” means the “art or practice of arriving at the truth by using conversation involving question and answer.” Think of your dialectical journal as a series of conversations with the text. The process is meant to help you develop a better understanding of the text. Use your journal to incorporate your personal responses to the texts and your ideas about the themes being covered. You will find that it is a useful way to process what you are reading and to prepare yourself to gather textual evidence for your research paper.
SAMPLE DIALECTICAL JOURNAL
Requirements:
Record the page number of the chosen passages.
You must have a minimum of 10 entries for each assigned section.
Page numbers MUST be in numerical order
Your entries must cover all assigned chapters equally
Number each passage.
In the right column, write your responses to the text (ideas/insights, questions, reflections, and comments on each passage).
Number each response so that it corresponds with the noted passage
You must label your responses using the following codes:
(Q) Question- ask about something in the passage that is unclear
(C) Connect- make a connection to your life, the world, or another text
(P) Predict- anticipate what will occur based on what’s in the passage
(CL) Clarify- answer earlier questions or confirm/disaffirm a prediction
(R) Reflect- think deeply about what the passage means in a broad sense- not just to the characters in the story/author of the article. What conclusions can you draw about the world, about human nature, or just the way things work?
(RE) Respond- What did you, the reader like or dislike about the passage? Why were you drawn to it? What was the emotional response you had to the words? Was this intentional?
(A) Analyze- Why was this quote placed in the chapter, at this point? How is it purposeful by the author?
(E) Evaluate- make a judgment about what the author is trying to say
Choosing passages from the text:
Look for quotes that seem significant, powerful, thought provoking, or puzzling. For example, you might record:
Effective &/or creative uses of stylistic or literary devices
Passages that remind you of your own life or something you’ve seen before
Structural shifts or turns in the plot
A passage that makes you realize something you hadn’t seen before
Examples of patterns: recurring images, ideas, colors, symbols, or motifs
Passages with confusing language or unfamiliar vocabulary
Events you find surprising or confusing
Passages that illustrate a particular character or setting
Responding to the text:
You can respond to the text in a variety of ways. The most important thing to remember is that your observations should be specific and detailed.
Basic Responses
Raise questions about the beliefs and values implied in the text
Give your personal reactions to the passage
Discuss the words, ideas, or actions of the author or character(s)
Tell what it reminds you of from your own experiences
Write about what it makes you think or feel
Agree or disagree with the character or the author
Sample Sentence Starters:
I really don’t understand this because…
I really dislike/like this because
I think the author is trying to say that…
This passage reminds me of a time in my life when…
If I were (name of character) at this point I would…
This part doesn’t make sense because…
This character reminds me of (name of person) because…
Higher Level Responses
Analyze the text for use of literary devices (tone, structure, style, imagery)
Make connections between different characters or events in the text
Make connections to a different text (or film, song, etc…)
Discuss the words, ideas, or actions of the author or character(s)
Consider an event or description from the perspective of a different character
Analyze a passage and its relationship to the story as a whole

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Write a “newspaper” story about service animals and why they’re so important and how they are unfortunately super hard to get and how that needs to change.

Write a “newspaper” story about service animals and why they’re so important and how they are unfortunately super hard to get and how that needs to change. Include a catchy headline as well please