Does this meet the requirements of minimal risk?

A researcher is interested in whether children’s memory of a witnessed event can be changed through false information. Participants (10-12 years old) watch a recorded video of a car accident and then take part in a discussion regarding what they remember. Participants are randomly assigned to one of three conditions: experimenter-delivered false information, confederate-delivered false information, or control. In the experimenter-delivered condition, the experimenter introduces the incorrect information during the discussion. In the confederate-delivered condition, the incorrect information is introduced by an individual behaving as a participant. In the control condition, no incorrect information is presented during the discussion. After the discussion, participants’ memory for events are tested. Participants are fully debriefed as to the deception and purpose of the study.
Discuss the ethical issues of this idea. Does this meet the requirements of minimal risk? Why or why not? Address how you would approach each of the following issues (if it is something that you feel does not need addressed, explain why): minimal risk, informed consent, debriefing, the population you plan to use, possible coercion, the presence of deception, physical, psychological, or social risks, and confidentiality.


When a trio of college friends with backgrounds in art and architecture started moving into their first apartments in the late 1990s, they were frustrated to find that when it came to furniture, they couldn’t afford what they liked and didn’t like what they could afford.

Read a text and answer questions.
Blu Dot
When a trio of college friends with backgrounds in art and architecture started moving into their first apartments in the late 1990s, they were frustrated to find that when it came to furniture, they couldn’t afford what they liked and didn’t like what they could afford. Happily for many future furniture shoppers, however, this frustration led the three to found Blu Dot, a Minneapolis-based furniture design and manufacturing company that has flourished and grown.
Blu Dot specializes in the creation of furniture that is attractive, high quality, and affordable. Its modern, streamlined pieces use off-the-shelf materials and simple manufacturing processes that keep the company’s costs and prices down. The company also contracts with suppliers that make industrial rather than consumer products, because they use more efficient and cost-effective processes and technology. These strategies, plus designs that pack flat and are easy to ship, allow the firm to combine what Maurice Blanks, one of the founders, describes as the affordability of the low end of the market and the craftsmanship of the high end. Anyone can design a $600 or $700 coffee table, Blu Dot believes. It’s the $99 one the company is aiming for that’s more of a challenge.
The company sells seven product lines—tables, storage, accessories, desks, beds, seating, and shelving. Its pricing strategy for each of these is straightforward. Managers add their fixed and variable costs, plus the markup they believe they’ll need to keep the business functioning. They then usually look at what competitors are doing with similar products and try to identify three or four different pieces of pricing information to help them settle on a profitable price. The company also uses some creative pricing strategies to make its margins. For instance, one coffee table in a set might have a higher markup, whereas another has a slightly lower one for more price-conscious customers. Overall, then, the target margins are often met.
Blu Dot thinks of its total product offering as consisting of three interdependent elements: the core product, its supplemental features, and its symbolic or experiential value. Although some customers are attracted by the design aspects of the products, others are more concerned with value. That’s one reason the company recently introduced a separate brand, called +oo (“too”), and priced it slightly below the original Blu Dot line. These items have been marketed through Urban Outfitters, and Blu Dot has adjusted the prices over time after seeing how sales progressed. Co-founder John Christakos likens Blu Dot’s pricing practice to cooking, in that both are processes that allow for fine-tuning as events develop.
In an interesting recent promotion that flirted with the price of zero, Blu Dot celebrated the opening of its new store in New York’s hip SoHo district by leaving 25 brand new units of its iconic “Real Good Chair,” normally priced at $129, on various street corners in the city. Most of the chairs were equipped with GPS devices that allowed the company’s marketing agency to trace the chairs to those who “rescued” them and brought them home. The company’s website proclaims that all the chairs found good homes, and those “scavengers” who agreed to chat with the firm about its products received a second free chair in thanks.
1. What would a SWOT analysis of Blu Dot reveal to a marketing professional?
2. What are Blu Dot’s strategic goals?
3. Is Blu Dot′s strategy one of cost leadership, differentiation or focus? Explain your answer.

Each answer should be 150 – 250 words and is graded on six criteria:
Responsiveness – Is each question answered completely?
Quality – Is the response written clearly and in academic English?
Length – Is the response at least 150 words (but no more than 500 words) long?
Citations – Is the post free of plagiarism? Does the response properly use references in APA format when appropriate?
Evidence – Are ideas supported by outside sources or clear examples from your personal or professional experience? Are any sources you use reliable?

Law and Legal Issues

Issue (s) e.

Under the ″Exclusionary Rule″ all evidence obtained in violation of the fourth, fifth
and sixth amendments will be excluded at trial. Research and brief a case (other
than Miranda) where the exclusionary rule was utilized. You must include
a. Full citation
b. Jurisdiction
c. Facts of the case
d. Issue (s)
e. Relevant Law
f. Holding of the case
g. Do you agree or disagree with the holding of the case?
2. What are the basic protections of the Fourth, Fifth and the Sixth
Amendments? Research a case utilizing either the fourth, fifth or the sixth
amendment (other than Miranda or Terry) and provide:
a. Full citation
b. Jurisdiction
c. Facts of the case
d. Issue
e. Relevant Law
f. Holding of the case
g. Do you agree or disagree with the holding of the case


Choose one of the six extended essay options and upload a one- or two-page response.

Choose one of the six extended essay options and upload a one- or two-page response. Please include the prompt at the top of the page. 1. Was it a cat I saw? Yo-no-na-ka, ho-ka-ho-ka na-no-yo (Japanese for “the world is a warm place”). Moze jutro ta dama da tortu jezom (Polish for “maybe tomorrow that lady will give a cake to the hedgehogs”). Share a palindrome in any language, and give it a backstory.—Inspired by Leah Beach, Class of 2026, Lib Gray SB ’12, and Agnes Mazur AB ‘092. What advice would a wisdom tooth have?—Inspired by Melody Dias, Class of 20253. You are on an expedition to found a colony on Mars, when from a nearby crater, a group of Martians suddenly emerges. They seem eager to communicate, but they’re the impatient kind and demand you represent the human race in one song, image, memory, proof, or other idea. What do you share with them to show that humanity is worth their time?—Inspired by Alexander Hastings, Class of 2023, and Olivia Okun-Dubitsky, Class of 202


What aspects of this juxtaposition make it such a fine example of a shift in style?

Here′s the question: The two works in the chapter by Picasso are separated in his output by less than ten years, but stylistically they could not be farther apart. These pieces are held up as pivotal in the move to 20th Century Modern Art. What aspects of this juxtaposition make it such a fine example of a shift in style? What implications does this have for our shared assumptions regarding the artistic process?
It also has to be 400 words


Did anyone else play a role in the decision-making process?)

Please prepare your own household budget for the period of January 2022 through December 2022. This budget must include:
a statement of your economic goals
your revenues and expenditures along with your net balance
a statement of how you’ve forecasted your revenues
a statement of your decision-making process in determining your expenditures (For example, will you take a vacation or focus on saving? What types of considerations played into this decision? Were there trade-offs between using your revenues on this type of expenditure vs. another? Did anyone else play a role in the decision-making process?)
a statement of how this budget moves you closer to your stated goals
For this assignment, you are welcome to use Excel or whatever program you are comfortable working in. You are not required to use real numbers for your personal information, the exercise is intended to have you write a budget if you have not previously and to use it as a tool for planning and auditing expenditures.

Business and Entrepreneurship

Is this legislation really necessary and is there an unnecessary burden on business?

Discuss the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR). Is this legislation really necessary and is there an unnecessary burden on business?
N.B Expectations:
You should specifically address the need for this legislation and the impact it has on businesses.
You will be expected to demonstrate an ability to argue for both sides of the GDPR debate.
This part of the assignment will assess your ability to use analytical and research skills gained to apply knowledge of statute, codes, case law and commentary to a relevant established or evolving area of the law relating to Corporate Governance, through research, critical analysis and reasoning.
You will be required to research the law relating to the topic and should clearly outline any positions you take on key issues and include a discussion of the significance of your findings. Your assignment should conclude with any recommendations and conclusions you deem appropriate.


Assignment: annotated bibliography: #1. in this assignment, teacher candidates w

Assignment: Annotated Bibliography:
#1. In this assignment, teacher candidates will work individually to create an annotated bibliography of 10 children’s books that connect to a common theme or topic related to social justice or diversity.
2. The bibliography should include both fiction and nonfiction texts, contain a range in reading levels (K-12) and represent a variety of genres and types of text (picture books, informational, novels, etc). Include at least two fiction and two nonfiction, and at least three different genres represented. At least one book should be a novel/chapter book
*The bibliography should be titled and contain a short introductory paragraph explaining the overall theme of the list and why you selected that theme.
*Each title entry should follow APA format and contain a 40-75 word desсrіption of the book and its connection to your social justice/diversity theme. This desсrіption needs to be in your OWN words. The entries should be listed alphabetically.
Each entry should follow this format exactly:
Author last name, author first initials. (Year of publication). Title of book. Publication city, publication state: Publishing company. Keywords: list the overall themes of each book. Recommended grade level: Genre, Picture book or novel:
Short paragraph describing book.
Bunting, E. (1993). Fly away home. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin. Keywords: homelessness, poverty, family. Recommended grade level: 2-4. Genre: Realistic Fiction, picture book. This book explores the concept of homelessness as it follows the story of a young boy and father. The two live in the airport, moving between terminals, trying not to get noticed by airport security and staff. One day, the young boy discovers a bird that is trapped in the airport and finds some hope for his own life when the bird gets free.


Do not use student-generated sources.

102 Research Paper Guidelines—this paper is 30% of your grade
Choosing a Topic: The first step in writing a research paper is choosing a topic. This semester, you will choose a topic from American history from the years 1960-2010. You will have to find a specific event, person, invention, etc. and focus on that topic. Be sure to narrow your topic to something specific and one that you can effectively discuss within the limited pages. For example, you might choose the 9/11 event. While you can certainly focus on some aspect of the event, you cannot discuss everything about 9/11 in 5 pages.
Your topic should –
(1) be of interest to you;
(2) be a topic that you can thoroughly discuss in 5 to 6 pages; and
(3) be one that you can find ample credible sources.
If you choose a person, you cannot simply do a biographical sketch of that person. You must focus on something that person did to contribute to or influence society. All topics must be submitted and approved by the instructor. Choosing Appropriate Sources: Once you have chosen and focused your topic, then it is time for you to search for potential sources. The final paper must be based on a minimum of five sources; however, you will have to read many more than five sources to be able to learn enough about your topic to know the “slant” or angle you wish to present in your paper. Appropriate sources may be found in the library or on the internet. You must choose credible sources. Do not use student-generated sources. General encyclopedias and Wikipedia are not acceptable sources. Try to confine your internet sources to those on the Alabama Virtual Library (AVL).
The research paper must- 1. be a minimum of 5 double-spaced pages of actual text;
2. be based on a minimum of five (5) credible sources (no general encyclopedias may be used; Wikipedia
may not be used).
3. be documented using the 9th edition of MLA format of parenthetical citations;
4. include a 9th edition MLA style works cited page;
5. focus on your chosen topic.
6. be typed in Times New Roman with a font size of 12;
7. be submitted to Blackboard.
Grading format: The final draft will be graded for –
1. content based on the length of the paper and the student’s ability to focus on a well-defined thesis statement;
the correct number of sources cited, and the depth of the research conducted;
2. grammar usage;
3. correct MLA documentation.


Provide one post of no less than 300 words.

Submit one initial post addressing the topics below, and respond to two classmate′s posts.
What is protected data? (cite your source)
What type of information does your company (or a former company) need to protect? In the discussion, give the type of information, why it needs protection, and what would be the impact to the company if a security breech made the news.
Provide one post of no less than 300 words. Cite sources when applicable.
Respond in no less than 100 words to two student′s posts.
Initial posts are due Thursday (by 11:59pm), replies are due Sunday (by 11:59pm).
Sources and citations should be in APA format.