Find peer-reviewed journal article using the subject keywords that best describe the focus of the research project.

Find peer-reviewed journal article using the subject keywords that best describe the focus of the research project. Then create an annotated bibliography for ten (10) peer-reviewed journal articles. Topic is: Nurses perception of their roles during the pandemic (Covid-19) Specifically in the USA, Midwestern states.


Then, respond to at least two or your classmates’ posts and analyze their plan for data collection.

Appropriate data collection is a critical component in obtaining useful data for your research. Using your proposed research topic and research questions, explain your plan for data collection. Discuss potential issues in your data collection plan and your plans to overcome these challenges. Then, respond to at least two or your classmates’ posts and analyze their plan for data collection. Are their plans appropriate for their research project? Do you have any suggestions for improvement?


Also needs to be a single spaced page of about 500 words.

I have a few pieces of literature, roughly 200 pages, that I must read and summarize into a single page of around 500 words and tie it in to this week’s topic which is: Existence and Existentialism. Then I need a second page which is a “critical address” of the readings which is essentially just a reflection, thoughts, and comments. Also needs to be a single spaced page of about 500 words. Short deadline but super simple project if any professor is interested. All readings are linked/attached (assuming you guys can see/access the attachments) 1 of the readings: chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/ 2:



This week’s lecture lists seven major issues that can have a significant impact on homeland security Weapons of Mass Destruction Cyberthreats Economic Disparity and Social Fragmentation Water Security, Food Security, and Energy Security Decreased National and Multinational Solidarity Unrest Across the Globe Demographic Change Which of these issues represents the greatest threat to the United States? Why? Support with examples and provide recommendations and possible solutions


I want a 7 min report about the student debt and i want to writing this report with my own article that i choose .

I want a 7 min Report about the student debt and I want to writing this report with my own article that I choose . I send My articles through the file please make sure just use 10 of my own article no other source and also I send a sample note encloud the file because after you write my Report then I want to use my sample note and create same for me too .
( A Report paper and A note cart report as well )

Other / MGM Grand Hotel Fire

The paper must comply with apa 6th ed. format to be credited.

The topic of the research paper will be a historical fire or other related topic. The Presentation will also be on this topic. The topic must be confirmed by the third class and approved by the instructor. The research paper will be a minimum of five pages, and have a minimum of two instructor approved references. The paper must comply with APA 6th ed. format to be credited.
I have chosen the MGM Grand Hotel Fire as my topic.


Ample apa annotation ehrenreich, b. (2001).

AMPLE APA ANNOTATION Ehrenreich, B. (2001). Nickel and dimed: On (not) getting by in America. Henry Holt and Company. In this book of nonfiction based on the journalist’s experiential research, Ehrenreich attempts to ascertain whether it is currently possible for an individual to live on a minimum-wage in America. Taking jobs as a waitress, a maid in a cleaning service, and a Walmart sales employee, the author summarizes and reflects on her work, her relationships with fellow workers, and her financial struggles in each situation. An experienced journalist, Ehrenreich is aware of the limitations of her experiment and the ethical implications of her experiential research tactics and reflects on these issues in the text. The author is forthcoming about her methods and supplements her experiences with scholarly research on her places of employment, the economy, and the rising cost of living in America. Ehrenreich’s project is timely, descriptive, and well-researched.

Other / cost accounting

Answer questions.

Answer questions. use these 2 restaurants.


This is a journal entry i do not need a cover page this has to be 2 complete pages for immanuel kant, the fundamental question isn’t “what is the right thing to do?” or “who is the right person to be?” or “what will create the most happiness?”

This is a Journal Entry I do not need a cover page This has to be 2 complete pages For Immanuel Kant, the fundamental question isn’t “What is the right thing to do?” or “Who is the right person to be?” or “What will create the most happiness?” For Kant, the fundamental question is “Can this action be made a consistent universal law?” A part of his moral philosophy that is often understated is that he spoke for broad moral laws, not a bunch of exceptions; for example, he would say that lying cannot be made a consistent universal law, and exceptions like not hurting people’s feelings or to keep a party a surprise would not be acceptable. Kant also said that part of living in a moral society is helping others live morally without forcing or coercing them. This is a consistent universal law and a human duty. So is upholding human dignity. So is not causing unnecessary pain (which he extended to not causing unnecessary pain to animals). And plenty more. Kant also stated that we should use people only as ends unto themselves (upholding their dignity), not as means to our own ends. ———————————- Without doing any research on Kant’s social views or what philosophers have said, pick one of the following issues and explain whether or not it could consistently be made a universal law. I’ll be looking for your analysis (reason), not at whether you agree with me–there is room for (polite) disagreement. Remember–broad rules, few exceptions. capital punishment assisted suicide of the terminally ill automatic voter registration (when getting a driver’s license/graduating h.s./etc.) universal public schooling mandatory public service (1 year military/civil service after h.s. or 18th birthday) mandatory post-mortem organ donation mental acuity testing for driver’s license issuing and renewing (hey, we test the eyes, so . . . )



Topic & Argument/s: Describe the topic of the book and its main argument
Provide a clear sense of the author’s topic, purpose, and approach. How does the author go about achieving her purpose?
Summarize the argument for each chapter. This is not a blow by blow list of topics. Instead capture what Miles argues in each chapter in a few sentences for each chapter.
A small number of brief quotations might be appropriate. A review should be mainly in the words of the reviewer.
3. Evaluate the argument (not necessarily in the first paragraph, can happen in the second to last or last paragraph). What does it contribute to the field (in this case women’s history/African American Women’s History/ the history of enslavement in the US)?
B. Characteristics of the Book:
Discuss the primary source material that the author used as evidence and whether or not you find it used skillfully.
Images: Discuss the photographs in the book and whether or not they enhance the reader’s historical understanding.
Discuss writing style and or organization. How did these elements enhance or detract from the reader’s experience?
C. The reviewer’s take on the book as a whole. (Try to include 2-3 of the below in your review.)
What does it add to our historical understanding of the topic?
What is unique or special about the book?
What does the reviewer want to let readers know about this field of history and the place of the book in it? How the book does or does not broaden understanding of a topic or historical experience?
Does the author fulfill their purpose?
What was the experience of reading this book like?
the full bibliographic information at the top of the book review. Yours does not have to be offset on the side as this one is because of the print lay out.
a clear point of view on the book appears in the first few lines.
The absence of a ‘grabby’ introduction to hook readers. It’s fine as is, but the reader might like to be invited in. (Maybe: The relative family power of men and women living under slavery’s yoke is something historians have debated since 1965 when…)
Includes attention to the author’s main goals (sweeping history of slave south? No. Supported argument against the Gutman thesis? Yes.)
Body paragraphs focus on providing a summary of the main chapter arguments (Part I, Part II)
Reviewer points out strengths and weaknesses.
Reviewer ‘closes strong’ by reiterating the main point of the review–Stevenson succeeds at local history but not a history of whites and blacks in the slave south. Quote from another historian supports the point.