In a two-page research essay, identify, research, and describe a religious myth. Explain the purpose of the myth (creation, cleansing, destruction, etc). Critique the ways that the myth functions in the religion and the impact that it has on the worldview of the religion’s followers. Be sure to address the following questions: What is the message of the myth?
Does it offer behavior suggestions, a legacy, a specific purpose for the religion, etc?
Do all of the religion’s followers interpret the myth in the same way? How might it be misinterpreted (intentionally or unintentionally)?
What impact does the interpretation have on how followers view the world and other religions?
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During NR505 you will write three research article critiques. Each critique will involve writing a two-page analysis of an article as well as completing the Johns Hopkins Research Appraisal ToolPreview the document that is applicable to the article (qualitative, quantitative or Non-research evidence). For Week 6 you will critique a qualitative research article.
Criteria for Content
Introduction: Provide introduction to article topic/focus, authors and specific aim of assignment. Critique of Article (Body): Identify the type of qualitative method of the study. Content of critique should include at a minimum: participant sampling, questionnaires/tools, ethics, analysis of findings, limitations, discussion section, Summary: Application (translation) to practice specialty, and future implications. Refer to and complete the Johns Hopkins Research Appraisal Tool. Article Review Steps
Step 1: Go to the Chamberlain Library and select a qualitative research article on your topic of interest published within the last three (3) years.
Step 2: Write a two-page critique of the article in a Word Doc supported by course readings.
Step 3: Complete the Johns Hopkins Quantitative Research Appraisal Tool. No credit for partially completed sections of The Appraisal Tool.
Step 4: Upload your Word doc analysis and Johns Hopkins Research Appraisal Tool (in the appendix) to TurnItIn.
Preparing the Assignment: APA Format according to current edition. Word Doc Word Doc Format: Cover page, no abstract, introduction (no heading per APA), body of the paper/review, reference list, appendix with Johns Hopkins appraisal doc. For review sections refer to your readings and the Johns Hopkins Research Appraisal Tool.
List should include the chosen article and other resources used to construct the review, such as course textbook, Johns Hopkins Evidence Based Practice: Model and Guidelines, and How to Read a Paper by Greenhalgh (2014).
Please write 2 page research critique of you chosen qualitative research article. And for the remainder of one page please fill up the JH research appraisal critique tool.
use article, “Black like Mao: Red China and black revolution” by Robin D.G. Kelley & Betsy Esch and a discussion board link titled, “Extra Credit #1” on TED
! You are to write a 500-600 word essay that explains how the article applies to major course concepts we’ve covered thus far using at least two articles/chapters from the class.
! You will then copy and paste this essay on the discussion board.
! After that, comment on two of your classmates posts, giving feedback on the paper and/or discussing how you agree or disagree with what they wrote. There is no word count requirement for this feedback but it should be thoughtful and not just “This is a good paper.”
write a 5 page critique review paper, based on the following book provided. – compare and contrast with Indigenous people in the modern world. How are the issues int he book similar? what can you identify that continues to be a main problem with Indigenous people? -relate these issues to modern society, analyse -this is not book report. do not summarize and talk too much about the bio of author. Get to the points and emphasis on you analysis – please see attached guidelines – its important to speak about the struggles Indigenous people continue to have with Injustice and how they have to keep fighting for their lands and rights
1. Discuss the character of either Gilgamesh or Enkidu in terms of one of Ovid’s
stories that we have read. For best results, you will want to focus on one aspect of a story from Ovid that you have chosen, and use that aspect as a lens to evaluate either Gilgamesh or Enkidu.
2. Discuss the tension between Gilgamesh and Enkidu (as representing two opposites) to reach a kind of balance or “new self.” Contrarily, perhaps no balance is reached? Whatever your stance, remember to narrow your topic, as you need to have a single focus.
3. Think carefully about a recurring image (including the images various characters, themselves, represent) in The Epic of Gilgamesh and evaluate how that image represents and/or guides a major theme in the story. In your evaluation of the image, think about how this image “evolves,” and remember to consider the ending of the epic.
You will be graded on the following:
a clear, focused thesis which examines how a social issue is presented in a text or texts a logical ordering of ideas smooth transitions between ideas nicely organized paragraphs (assertion; introduction of support; detailed support; explanatory sentence or sentences connecting your support to your thesis) thorough development correct grammar diction (appropriate/correct word choice; interesting, varied vocabulary)
Use the book ‘Catcher in the Rye” as main central of the essay. Use characters and quotes from the book to argue that teenagers are mature enough to make their own decisions. Use this thesis: Anatomically speaking, teenagers are not capable of handling or making decisions but with the proper guidance and discipline, it’s achievable for teens to be directed to maturity. First body paragraph should be about the teen brain and impulse control and not enough experience to handle responsibilites. Second body should be about how with the right guidance, you can teach kids to be mature and discipline them. Parents teaching method and disciplining kids. Third body should be about doing the opposite, and usingcontrolling methods and tiger parents, and how that’s not teaching kids to be independent. Excessive power and restrictive parents raise sneakier kids. REMEMBER TO USE QUOTES FROM BOOK AND TO CITE
Write a critical appraisal that demonstrates comprehension of two quantitative research studies. Use the “Research Critique Guidelines – Part II” document to organize your essay. Successful completion of this assignment requires that you provide a rationale, include examples, and reference content from the study in your responses.
Use the practice problem and two quantitative, peer-reviewed research articles you identified in the Topic 1 assignment to complete this assignment.
In a 1,000–1,250 word essay, summarize two quantitative studies, explain the ways in which the findings might be used in nursing practice, and address ethical considerations associated with the conduct of the study.
I want you to write about a film Bicycle Thieves(1949) and any choice from an artwork (Photograph, painting, theater, novel, or short story). The detailed instruction given by the professor is below. For the part “(3) their relevance to a theoretical, socio-historical, or cultural reading assigned in class; and,” I attached the class reading for this film.
Critical Research and Analysis Paper: You have to write a paper analyzing a film and an artwork (e.g. Photograph, painting, theater, literary pieces such as novel, short story etc.,) of your choice. You will be required to compare and contrast these two art forms as you analyze them for this critical research and writing assignment. They maybe from similar or different time periods. Films and artworks from a global/international perspective will be very welcome. NOTE: Citation is obligatory for this research paper. Annotated bibliography will be very welcome. Your writing assignment should be coherent, well-written, comparative analyses of the selected film and the artwork. Unsubstantiated opinions and lengthy plot summaries or details are not acceptable and will result in point reductions. Primarily, your analyses should include paragraphs devoted to analyzing: (1) One or more of the formal strategies utilized by the film and the artwork; (2) the themes of the film and the artwork and their historic-cultural importance; (3) their relevance to a theoretical, socio-historical, or cultural reading assigned in class; and (4) identifying any social criticism, issue, or profound message embedded within the chosen film and artwork. All papers should use correct MLA citation style and formatting. Please work to avoid vernacular or colloquial language, or writing a more journalistic film review, and instead use an academic writing style that employs critical analysis. You will be evaluated on how well you understand the thematic qualities of, and apply the formal/theoretical properties to, your analysis of the film(s); the range and quality of secondary source materials, when applicable; the organization of your paper; and how well you have constructed an argument within your paper. Points will be deducted for poor grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Proofread your papers carefully.