Topic: Research Project HIPAA Audits Information Governance and Organizational Compliance


The project is to research and explain how Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) audits, a proven data strategy, identify violations of information governance initiatives and to evaluate how organizations utilize policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulations and standards.

*Content organization for the paper is included in attachment

*Paper must cite at least six sources of which three must be scholarly journal articles.

*minimum 750 words / 4-6 pages

*APA formatting guidelines.

Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Essay
Pages / words-4 / 1100
Number of sources-6
Academic level-Undergraduate
Paper format-APA
Line spacing-Double
Language style-US English

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Environmental problems a cause of pandemic (COVID-19)

Topic: How environmental problems may have contributed to making such a pandemic (COVID-19) more likely?

Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Essay
Pages / words-1 / 275
Number of sources-0
Academic level-Master’s
Paper format-MLA
Line spacing-Double
Language style-US English

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Coursework Individual Retail Brand Loyalty Proposals ON H&M STORE


• Word count now limited to 600
• Contents page and executive summary no longer required
• Only ONE main proposed change to the retail mix can be recommended
• 5Ss sub-proposals are limited to only those needed to fully support the ONE retail mix

For this task you will produce an individual Retail Brand Loyalty Proposals Report (600 words) which proposes systemic changes (based on the retail mix and Pal & Byrom’s 5S model, 2003) to improve the chosen retailer’s actual brand experience with the purpose of increasing customer loyalty.

You should use the findings of the Retail Brand Experience Report (coursework 1) as the evidence base from which you will formulate your main proposal – strengthening existing strengths and/or addressing existing weaknesses.

Whilst adding/improving a formal customer loyalty scheme may indeed play a part in your recommendation, business success will rely on will rely on a wider range of supportive changes being made within the retailer’s wider operational systems as well. Marks will be apportioned to reflect the need to underpin a formal customer loyalty scheme with related/synergistic operations activities.

To deliver the report, you will need to undertake some additional (secondary) research into the chosen retailer to investigate their operations (as defined by Pal & Byrom’s 5S model, 2003) which was not required for coursework 1.

This will allow you to establish what relevant underlying strengths and weaknesses exist, for which your main proposal might then be made. You need to make sure that you do not recommend an idea as being new when the retailer is already doing it anyway.

In addition, you should (secondary) research a few other retailers as well – they may have initiatives that would make a useful main proposal, provided they are relevant to your coursework 1 findings

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Topic: Measuring ROI on Social Media Marketing


1. A complete literature review on the topic with a minimum of 15-20. The literature review should provide a current update on the research related to your topic, sticking with the most recent–usually within the last five years or so.

2. Research Questions. For example, Research Question #1 could be to discover methods of measuring social media performance as social ROI”.

3. A statement of methodology. Explain what type (form) of data will be collected and it can be collected. For example: using social media posts? using a survey? using Interviews? Document analysis: How will you choose the data? Describe (and send as an appendix) any list of questions that can be asked, surveys you can be distributed, etc. OR–if you are going to synthesize existing literature on how social media performance can be measured in terms of ROI, explain how you intend to do that.

4. A presentation of findings, i.e., the raw data. Numbers from a survey; responses from interviews; analyses of social media posts or other artifacts.

5. A discussion of findings. What do they tell us? What conclusions do they allow us to draw? What might further research do to investigate the phenomena of interest?

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Topic: Climate change, farming and biodiversity


Links to answer each question:


What are the key indicators of global climate change, according to NASA? And what evidence should be pointed out to climate skeptics?

How do food exports from wealthy countries to poor countries hurt medium and small farmers in poor countries? What problems in general do corporate agriculture cause? What are the present-day causes of suicide among family farmers?

What problems does “Farming and biodiversity” address? What are its recommendations? How are these related to the “clean farming revolution” (Week 12)?

Describe either “the case of sugar” or “the story of beef” (in GPCC).

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Topic: U.S. History to the Civil War


1. Why did the North win the war and what was the impact of the war on US society?

2. What was the outcome of Reconstruction after 1877?

Why do people say that it was defeated or abandoned after this point?

2. Were all the people of the US afforded the same rights, liberties and opportunities in the century between the creation of the USA and the end of Reconstruction (1775 to 1877)?

Civil War (25%)

Cobbs, “Civil War”

Boyer, “Civil War”

  1. Why did the North win the war and what was the impact of the war on US society?

 In the beginning many observers believed that the South could win the war.  After all, the parallels to the rebels of the American Revolution seemed evident, where George Washington’s armies won few battles but won the war.  Some even look to Vietnam’s war against the USA, where Vietnamese armies effectively won NO battles against the better equipped US soldiers, yet won the war by making the US population tire of the conflict.  Northerners had to conquer the Confederacy, and winning only meant making the Northern population tire of the war and send their soldiers home. 

How did Robert Toombs see these parallels to the Revolution (Cobbs 3d ed)? Again, Northern armies had to invade and occupy the Southern states, which were comparable to the size of the rebellious English colonies of 1775-1781.  And Southerners claimed to be fighting for freedom and independence as well.  What enabled Northern armies to keep fighting when so many wanted a truce?

Yes, as Junkin Preston or Simpson (Cobbs both eds) both note, the south suffered, and yes, the north had material advantages, but AGAIN many INVADING nations have LOST wars even with TREMENDOUS material advantages.  I contend that instrumental to the victory was when Lincoln redefined the war as one for freedom (see the cartoon images (both editions) and James McPherson (3d ed) and Williams (4th ed)in Cobbs) by making it explicitly about ending slavery.  Discuss.Why was this such an effective political, military measure?  What did it do for both Northern and Southern morale?  How did it affect international relations?  Etc?

Now of course the economic and demographic benefits of the North were important, but they only mattered if the war lasted long enough, and could be somewhat neutralized with support from global powers like England, France or Spain, all of whom had navies many time more vast and powerful than the Union or Confederacy.

Reconstruction (25%)

Cobbs, “Reconstruction”

Boyer, “Crises of Reconstruction”

2.   What was the outcome of Reconstruction after 1877?  Why do people say that it was defeated or abandoned after this point?

In the immediate aftermath of the war African Americans former slaves and free blacks fought for and attained many rights and freedom, at least on paper.  The very real gains included suffrage (voting rights) and political representation (blacks held positions in state and national congresses and the US senate, and were sheriffs, tax collectors etc as seen in Cobbs and Boyer.  Nonetheless, by 1890 African Americans had lost virtually all of these rights (particularly in the South) and by the 1890s most blacks lived under oppressive and brutal governments.  What happened?Explain the role of laws (LA Black codes in Cobbs) and the role of white violence in defeating black civil/political and human/social rights during Reconstruction (see in particular McMillan (Cobbs both eds) and Steven Hahn (3d ed) and Blackmon (4th ed) in Cobbs.  What do Blum and Blight say about how the history of the war was re-written in the generations that followed?

Comprehensive Question (50%)


  • Were all the people of the US afforded the same rights, liberties and opportunities in the century between the creation of the USA and the end of Reconstruction (1775 to  1877)? 

Was it a self-evident truth that “all men were created equal” in the “eyes” of the US government and political and economic leaders between the war for Independence (1775-1781) and Reconstruction (1865-1877), as the Declaration of Independence promised?  Were all the people of the US afforded the same rights, liberties and opportunities in this era?  Why or why not?  How or how not?

In the wake of the American Revolution many people in the US looked to better lives but others faced more of the same or even worse conditions.  Discuss how the lives of three different groups in the US changed in the generations from the war for independence to the Civil War (ex/ white elites, merchants, farmers, white women, African Americans, male laborers, etc).  You have flexibility in which groups you choose, but it would be very difficult to write a successful essay that does not specifically discuss African Americans and women.

In this comprehensive essay, please use specific examples from Boyer and Cobbs.  You are expected to use the analysis and evidence you have used in prior essays and assignments.

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Topic: Choose a film that contains a role/roles for Asians and watch it.


1) Identify the name of the film, the director of the film, and the year the film was made.

2) Briefly explain the plot of the film, What is the function of the Asian character in the film? Is the character part of the main plot or just peripheral?

3) Analyze the film for themes and messages about the role of Asians in American society.

Are there stereotypes in the film?

Are there overt messages concerning the role of Asians?

Are there hidden messages?

Support your analysis with examples taken directly from the film (such as an explanation of a scene or dialogue).

Topic: Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice


Explain the potential impact of white privilege on clients from both dominant and minority groups (consider impact of both positive and negative stereotypes).

Explain how intersecting identities might impact an individual’s experience (for example, race/ethnicity and gender, race/ethnicity and class, race/ethnicity and ability, race/ethnicity and sexual orientation, race/ethnicity and class).

Providing specific examples, explain how a social worker might utilize cultural strengths when working with clients.

Describe 2-3 social work skills and how a social worker might use them to engage in anti-oppressive work.

Support ideas in paper with at least 2-3 course resources (please reference specific chapters, not the entire textbook) and at least one additional peer-reviewed article from the Walden library (not assigned in this course) to support your ideas.

Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Essay
Pages / words-2 / 550
Number of sources-3
Academic level-Master’s
Paper format-APA
Line spacing-Double
Language style-US English

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Topic: The Evolution of eLearning video analysis paper


Watch the following video in which Donald Clark discusses many of the recent trends in online learning and the collaborative developments that Web 2.0 tools have introduced into pedagogical paradigms from 2002-2012.

Consider that this TED talk is already several years old and innovations continue to be made- including many that you are using as students using online tools and an online learning management system.

The assigned readings for this week discussed emerging technologies and the integration of Web 2.0 platforms within the scope of online and blended instructional technology.

In your reflection paper, compare and contrast Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 technologies, emphasizing the benefits and disadvantages of each. Consider the emergence of Web 3.0, how is it different and how might it enhance learning further?

Your reflective Journals should be at least 500 words, single spaced, APA style. Please cite a minimum of one reference.

Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Essay
Pages / words-2 / 550
Number of sources-2
Academic level-Undergraduate
Paper format-APA
Line spacing-Double
Language style-US English

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Topic: How does the possession of nuclear weapons change a state’s foreign policy?


Answering the question: the extent to which the work has dealt directly and
clearly with the assigned task and provided a focused answer to the particular
intellectual problem posed.
 Structure: the extent to which the work demonstrates coherent organization of
the material and an overall argument that proceeds logically from introduction
to conclusion.
 Conceptual clarity: the extent to which the work has understood key terms and
concepts, defined ambiguous terms, and employed them correctly.
 Analytic Content: the extent to which the work provides a critical analysis of the
problem that evaluates competing arguments and interpretations rather than a
purely descriptive or narrative discussion.
 Literature: the extent to which the work demonstrates familiarity with, and
command of, the relevant scholarly writings on the subject to which the work is
 Evidence and Examples: the extent to which the work deploys apposite
examples and pieces of evidence to support its claims, thereby turning
unsupported assertions into critical arguments.
 Style and Presentation: the extent to which the work makes effective and
correct use of the English language and is written in a clear and scholarly style.

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