At this point, you have developed a hypothetical program model, including staffing and job descriptions, and you now know the basic principles for developing a line item budget. For each component of your program, try to figure out what its costs might be. Take into account the timing of the activity; the personnel costs; any special consultant costs; and the non-personnel costs, such as supplies, equipment, and office space.
Remember to answer each question fully. In-text citations are not required for this assignment as it focuses on your original thoughts!
Making use of your cost estimates, create a line-item budget showing the funding needs of your program for one year. You do not need to include a budget worksheet for this assignment, however, be sure to clearly describe and outline each line item. This can be answered in bullet or numbered format.
Consider the questions below and create at least one post stating and supporting your answers, and at least one post responding to the ideas of somebody else. In your response posts, try to further the discussion — agree and say why, disagree and say why, ask a question, bring up another point, etc (something more than just “awesome job!”) Each post should be between 2-4 paragraphs.
The working conditions during the Industrial Era were some of the worst our country has ever seen. During this era, there was a political ideology called classic liberalism. Classic liberalism is known from laissez-faire capitalism which means, the government plays as little role in the economy as possible. Therefore, there were basically no rules in place for the working people at the time. Whatever rich person someone worked for was the person who made the rules. Oftentimes, the owner did not care for the workers safety. The Industrial Era working conditions are characterized by long working hours, low wages that barely covered the cost of living, and dangerous/dirty areas of work.
There are sweatshops right here in the United States. Here is a link to a CBS news story “Garment Workers in Los Angeles describe the “modern day slavery” of sweatshops: “They paid us like 5 and 6 cents for a piece.”” https://www.cbsnews.com/news/la-garment-factories-investigation/ (Links to an external site.)
In 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor investigation found pay violations in 85% of the L.A. garment shops looked into. Right there is a similarity to the working conditions during the Industrial Era; terrible wages. Conducting more and more investigations is a way to ensure that garment shops like this one have fair pay and safe working conditions. There are already labor laws in place that are there to prevent these things from happening. That’s why more and more investigations is one of the only solutions to preventing sweatshops and “modern day slavery.”
Please write your answer as thoroughly as possible. Once again, use evidence from your readings, the book, our discussions, dates, historical facts, and analysis to answer the question. Write a good THREE to FIVE paragraph essay. Paragraphs have transition words with continuity, little to no grammatical error, excellent facts/dates/analysis, and lay out your key points/arguments in an organized manner.
Discuss the political reasons why WWI’s ending treaty was catastrophic to lasting peace, while then analyzing America’s role in WWII with concluding detail of their rise as a global nuclear superpower and international “peacekeeper” with newly-created international peace organizations.
The assignment will involve ( 2) two activities.
1. One is a review of the State of Texas Code 551 for Local Government Meetings.
The information on the requirements of local government meetings is provided through this link from the Texas Government Code 551
(Click on this link to view the TG Code)
2. Watch the video of a Local Government Meeting and submit a summary of the preceedings.
Here is the link to the video of Lufkin City Council Meeting –
Lufkin City Council Meeting Video
Discuss the following in your submission:
How does this meeting meet requirements for Texas Public Meetings as outlined in TX Govt. Code 551?
Describe an agenda items concerning zone requirements, budgets, purchasing.
Discuss any employee issues addressed..
How does this meeting meet the requirements for public notice as described in Texas Government Code 551? (For example the requirement for pre-posting the agenda, providing minutes and the opportunity for public comment)
How does this meeting permit citizen engagement?
You may submit your responses in paragraph form with sources and citations as appropriate. The expected word count is a minimum of 500 words.
Minimum Requirements: your exam must be typed
(Times New Roman, 12 type size), double-spaced, 1and 1/4-inch margins, spell
checked, and proof read. You will be
writing ONE of the following essays. The page minimum for your essay is at
least three pages, the maximum page limit is six pages.
with Chapters 10 and 11, along with videos, and Lesson Folder notes,
write an essay on the origins of European colonization in Africa. What factors
make European colonization possible at this point in history? Make sure your
essay addresses the following issues:
1 Europe’s new imperialism and scientific
racism, technological advances, market revolutions, and consider African
resistance to colonization.
2. Choose three specific African nations to use as case
studies and analyze their colonization experiences. Were they under direct rule
or in-direct rule? How did that affect their experiences? How did your chosen
colonies resist or survive under colonial rule? Why did you choose these
specific colonies to analyze?
PLEASE TURN OVER
3. Provide a brief
review of the of the current/modern state of the African nations you chose
will need to review the status of your chosen states in Chapters 15/16.
Natives Land Act
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company
Scramble for Africa
Battle of Adwa
Hut Tax War
Maji Maji Rebellion
Sources are included, three discussions, each with its own reading attached.
Please space the individual discussions, there are three all together all about the 1960s.
Read – Beth Bailey, Sexual Revolutions
When we think of the 1960s, one of the first things we think of is the sexual revolution. For this discussion read historian Beth Bailey’s article on the changes in the 1960s. She argues that there was less a sexual revolution and more of a sexual evolution. Read her article and pick out one of her arguments to support this thesis and tell us why or why you don’t find her argument persuasive. Be sure to quote from her and give us the page number.
Read – Article Conservative Three
Historians have only been studying conservatism in the 1960s for 20 years. From the article discuss the way historians think about conservatism. How does your article present conservatism? What does it teach us about this political movement?
Read – Vietnamese Communist Perspective
Talk about different views on the war. The essay covers the American view, but in our discussion, I want us to talk about the views of the opposite side. Why were they in the war? What were their goals? Be sure to cite specific evidence from the reading.
Learning Goal: I’m working on a history writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
I would like you to respond to two discussion posts by giving your opinion on it and also using 1 quote for each of the discussion posts from specific articles you also must cite the quote.
Women, in contrast to men, were forced to stay at home and take care of their families. Everything that was not “man’s work,” such as farming, cleaning, and child care, fell under the jurisdiction of women. Black people were held in slavery and subjected to appalling working conditions that frequently led to their early deaths, while white people were permitted to own land and use their right to vote. While the poor were left on their own, the rich became richer. Aristocrats were elected to run the colonies because the upper class believed that the lower class alone was responsible for their poverty. As such, they frequently neglected or discriminated against the poor. The people’s manner of life and economy are very different from those in the South because of how different the weather and terrain are in New England. The economy of New England was primarily based on family farms, commerce in lumber, and the sale of fish. On Southern plantations, crops were grown with slave labor. Because of this, the Southern colonies experienced greater diversity than New England, where the demand for slave labor was lower. Colonists sought to buy land that could be passed down to the next generation in order to provide for their families. However, as trade increased and more farmers entered the market, they were compelled to work the land more to meet demand. We see an example of this when “Compared with the plantation regions, slavery was less central to the economies of New England and the Middle Colonies, where small farms predominated. Slaves made up only a small percentage of these colonies’ populations, and it was unusual for even rich families to own more than one or two slaves.” New England and the middle colonies did not heavily use slave labor and it was much more predominant in the south Foner, Give Me Liberty, 144
Eric Foner, Give Me Liberty! An American History (New York: W.W. Norton, 2020), 144.
While it is true that for some people the social structures of the eighteenth century became more open, that was not the case for slaves or women. As the new world continued to grow and expand, the need for slaves increased with it as there was a growth in the Atlantic slave trade. Places like the Chesapeake colonies, South Carolina, and Georgia heavily relied on slaves and their labor to help them grow economically. As this growth in the slave trade continued, a clear division in regards to race became evident in blacks and whites. The pre-existing structures placed for slaves seemed to have tightened instead of grow in this century. Compared to white men, the life of a slave consisted of poor treatment, the spread of diseases on ships when traveling to the New World, daily beatings, and the inability to vote in elections. An example of how they were treated can be seen in the Chesapeake colonies as, “planters filled the law books with measures enhancing the master’s power over his human property and restricting blacks’ access to freedom.” (1) This treatment was vastly different than that of a white person’s in this century as they enjoyed their own freedoms. In regards to gender, women were also unable to enjoy the same freedoms as a white man. They were unable to get a divorce, own property, or vote in any elections. They also enjoyed no individual rights and were not seen as equals to their male counterparts. In regards to wealth, the wealthy tended to stay that way as their property and fortunes were passed down within their families. This was especially evident as there were strict restrictions placed on men who could hold positions in office. For example, town legislators and leaders were often among the wealthy as they needed to have “five hundred acres of land and ten slaves or town property worth £1,000.” (2) These qualifications seemed to ensure that the elite and people in higher positions were among the wealthy.
FOR BOTH OF THESE DISCUSSION RESPONSES USE THIS ARTICLE TO GET A QUOTE FOR EACH ARTICLE TO RESPOND WITH AND CITE THE QUOTE, HERE IS THE ARTICLE: https://ncia.wwnorton.com/ebook-givemeliberty6seag…
Learning Goal: I’m working on a history writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.
>>>hello, read this article pleas and make primary source analyses. please be vary specific. look at the sample sheet.
>>>After finishing the paper pleas answer these three questions in general. and give me some comment on my peers answer.
1-How is the history you’ve learned in this class different from what you knew before? If it is, does that matter?
2-Why does this course or its content matter? – Answer that question in any number of ways: to you, to society (whatever society that may be), to UofSC, etc.
3-In the age of STEM initiatives (Science, Technology, Engineering, Medicine), what is the role of a history class like this one in a UofSC student’s education?
##ANSWER1: After going through this course, it made me realize that most things I have learned throughout my life have been fast claims. Prior to this course, I believed Africa was mostly rural areas with small villages. I was pleased to find out I was wrong and Africa is filled with history, cities, deserts, villages, and much more. I had little to none knowledge on African history before but this course taught me a lot regarding the factual history behind everything I did learn and made me wonder what other false information I was given. The truth matters because without it, there would be no recognition, no standards held, and nothing factual to go off of for the future.
##Answer 2: This course and its content matters because it shares the truth. Throughout our whole lives, we have been fed a version of history that is not complete and is not truthful concerning the history of our African brothers and sisters. It matters to me because I want to be able to rewrite all the incorrect stereotypes in my head that I have learned throughout my education. It matters to our society because we deserve to be fed truth and not lies about those around us. It matters to many African societies because it is their lives, their heritage and their legacy. When we are being told lies of history concerning Africa, we are erasing and hiding the influence and impact Africans have made throughout the years. It matters to UofSC because the school would be doing students an injustice if this course wasn’t taught. It is brave and courageous of the university to offer a course that seeks to erase stereotypes and not true history.
## ANSWER 3: STEM initiatives are important for advancing the future by learning and discovering new things, but history helps us advance our future by examining our past, learning from it, and making up for it. Like any other history class, this class provides students the opportunity to learn more about the history of the world; unlike any other history class, however, this class changes perspectives of people and places that still exist. It gives students the tools to change their perspectives and reexamine everything they’ve learned up until taking this class. I feel like STEM and the arts and humanities are often seen as two opposite ends of the education spectrum, but they work a lot more closely together than apart (an example of this being Africans of the past contributing to world medicine today).
Learning Goal: I’m working on a history report and need support to help me learn.
History Course Essay.
Instrucction attahced below, need 1500 words, Chicago Formmat.
Please no plagiarism, you may find the useful and creditable sources online but all should be creditable.
Learning Goal: I’m working on a history multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.