The task is attached, which requires 1500 words and simple math—completely swamped with work and another assignment. I can get a 48-hour extension, I am from Australia. thanks heaps for any help
Instructions: To earn credit, submit an original paper that meets the following requirements to the Turnitin link before September 18 at 11:59 p.m. (PST) Develop a formal research paper analyzing one civil rights law that affects the operations of an HRT agency or organization. Focus on one HRT industry and setting: Hospitality/tourism (hotel, restaurant, cruise line, airline or casino), recreation (park, sport, aquatics, day camp, military or campus recreation program) or recreation therapy program (medical, city, school or prison). Content: Provide information needed for new management trainees in one HRT industry/setting about the meaning of social justice and civil rights, one civil rights law and how it applies to the selected agency or organization (facilities, programs, guests, staff and others). Clearly identify the HRT industry/setting/type of agency or organization and the specific name of one researched civil rights law. Discuss proactive actions that managers and staff can take to comply with the law, protect the civil rights of individuals and effectively manage the organization. References: Evaluate and analyze information obtained from a minimum of two (2) current and credible sources. The references should be directly related to your selected HRT setting and the law you are writing about. Credible references: -Course textbook and other books. -Full-text peer-reviewed journal articles. -Trade or industry publication articles (published to educate and inform professionals working in a trade or industry). -Articles, data, legal requirements or analysis from governmental web pages (.gov), educational web pages (.edu). -Conference proceeding articles. -Dissertations/theses. Use only the type of references listed. All references must be published or revised between 2006-2022 and include the name of the author/editor/organization. Do NOT use magazine articles (designed for the public), blogs, encyclopedias, dictionaries, Wikipedia, magazines, book reviews, abstracts, videos, or newspaper articles as references. Do not use any reference without a current date (n.d. is not acceptable). The copyright date for a website is usually at the bottom of the page. Format Write a formal paper. Use third person (no I, we or you). For example: According to researchers (Smith, 2017), one civil right law that is important for hotel managers to know about is . . . Write a minimum of 1,500 words, including the introduction, body and conclusion. An abstract, title page, running head, and table of contents should not be included and will not count toward the required length. Double-space throughout the paper and reference section. Use a 12-point readable font. Use headings to organize the paper. Indent the first line of each paragraph. Limit paragraphs to 4-7 sentences in length. Spell/grammar check your work. Include APA format citations throughout the text of the paper (author’s last name, year of publication) and full APA citations in the reference section at the end of the paper. Do not use any direct quotes, lists or bullet points in the paper. Write full sentences in paragraph form. Use appropriate grammar, spelling, sentence structure and punctuation. Submitting Your Paper and the Similarity Report: Upload your work in Word or PDF format to the Turnitin link. The Similarity Report should be 14% or less, including citations. Do not copy and paste any material written by another author or written by you for a previous assignment or class. Submit your paper several hours or days before the deadline, so you have time to check the Similarity Report and make revisions if necessary. Grading Grading for the assignment will be based on content, adherence to the assignment requirements, quality of the writing, format, references, citations, and originality.
350-500 word APA style essay with at least one citeable source on: Analyze how early laws in America contributed to the legitimacy of intimate partner violence.
Assessment 2: Essay
Weighting: 50% of the total grade for this course
Due date: Week 9
Dealing with competing problems is a common experience when working with consumers. What they want and what they might need can raise dilemmas for the health worker. Understanding and meeting a client’s rights may conflict with legal and ethical requirements.
The ability to understand a dilemma and decide on strategies needs to be considered in light of legal requirements, ethical standards, and policies. There are consequences for failing to fulfil duty of care, conform to legislation requirements, and for not addressing actual and potential situations that put the client at risk. Understanding these concepts means the health worker can make a conscious and professionally sound choice about what steps to take.
The use of an essay demonstrates that you are able to analyse and synthesise scholarly information in relation to a scenario.
You will write a 2000-word formal, academic essay based on the work you have done in the course to this point.
You will explain and describe the legal and ethical considerations related to a scenario in Aged Care. You will need to draw on the relevant legislation, case law, and literature to support your response. You must refer to specific aspects of the scenario to exemplify your argument.
Your essay must include references to appropriate academic sources (e.g. peer-reviewed journal article, academic books) to support your assertions. The quality as well as the quantity of sources will be taken into consideration. You must use the UniSA Harvard Referencing system for in-text references and your reference list for ALL material which are not your own. This includes academic references, quality primary sources e.g. Government websites, images apart from your own, and online articles.
When considering references for your answers, you may use the course readings, but are also expected to research information more widely and refer to additional literature. Remember that in many instances the online resources provided in the weekly materials, are for teaching and illustrative purposes, so it is expected that you use scholarly publications for your assessments rather than reference these sources.
The assessment will require you to discuss the implication of working in a highly regulated and dynamic environment and the implications of ethical decision making for community health. You will also need to describe scope of practice for community health workers.
You are a health care worker, employed by a health care provider, to provide home care support to Kenneth who is 84 years old, and lives with his son. While providing home care support you witness Kenneth being attacked by his son. Kenneth was hit in the chest, causing him to fall back into his chair, then hit over the ear, before his son picked up a magazine and threw it violently onto Kenneth’s lap. When you went to Kenneth, you saw red marks and on his chest, old bruises. Kenneth says that he doesn’t want you to report what has happened. Kenneth has no mental impairment nor does he suffer confusion.
NOTE: Referencing is only worth 10% of your grade but inadequate referencing can be a breach of academic integrity and lead to an academic integrity review of your assessment.