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To help you in selecting a situation and writing your post, consider these questions: · Is there a situation involving nursing theory that seemed significant to you in some way? · Is there a situation involving nursing theory in which you asked yourself, “Did I miss something?” or “What could I have done differently?” · Is there a situation involving nursing theory that triggered you to ask questions of yourself? · Is there a situation involving nursing theory that made you feel uncomfortable or awkward? · Did you experience an inconsistency in a particular situation involving nursing theory? · Did you experience a critical incident? · Was there a situation involving nursing theory that you found interesting? ( I like pender promoton theory,  Benner’s nursing theory,theorists as Nightingale, Orem,)………. These are the theory found most interest to start me off into my advance practice.

Field: Business & Finance – Marketing Report Issue Learning Outcomes Model of Consumer Behavior:  Environmental factors.  Student can use the model of consumer behavior to identify those environmental factors most likely to affect the consumer decision making for a specific product or service. Model of Consumer Behavior:  Consumer factors.  Student can reference the model of …

Consumer Behavior: How People Make Buying Decisions *Samsung Cell Phones*Read More »

Field: Law Report Issue Essay   Sentencing   In this assignment, you will consider two hypothetical criminal cases for sentencing. Then, you will write a paper explaining the sentences you would give and your reasons for doing so. You will also consider the value of the alternative sentencing practices. Please consider both of the following …

write 1.5 pages in response to EACH scenario (3 pages total). Describe the possible traditional and alternative sentences you could give in each case. Select the sentence you would assign to each criminal. Explain why you would give the selected sentencesRead More »

  (TCO D) A computer programmer has been arraigned for a computer crime. She is suspected of having accessed system files on a public Web server. The programmer’s attorney argues that his client was only trying to determine if the website was secure and that no harm was done to the Web server or its …

After reading about attacks on servers similar to the ones used in one of your company’s departments, the CIO has asked you to come up with a report as to what, if any, steps should be taken with your servers. List and describe the steps you would need to take in order to complete a detailed reportRead More »

  (TCO D) A computer programmer has been arraigned for a computer crime. She is suspected of having accessed system files on a public Web server. The programmer’s attorney argues that his client was only trying to determine if the website was secure and that no harm was done to the Web server or its …

Some IT department policies are designed to prevent behaviors by IT staff. While some depend upon the employee voluntarily complying with the policy (for example: do not reveal technical information to outside parties), others are enforced technically (for example, authentication required for system access). What is an example of a policy that technically enforces ethical behavior by IT staff? Provide policy wording for your example.Read More »

  (TCO D) A computer programmer has been arraigned for a computer crime. She is suspected of having accessed system files on a public Web server. The programmer’s attorney argues that his client was only trying to determine if the website was secure and that no harm was done to the Web server or its …

A computer programmer has been arraigned for a computer crime. She is suspected of having accessed system files on a public Web server. The programmer’s attorney argues that his client was only trying to determine if the website was secure and that no harm was done to the Web server or its system files. The programmer’s attorney also argues that it is possible that the log files that show that his client accessed system files were tampered with. The attorney claims that the Web server was made accessible to the public anyway so that there was no violation of the law and that the arraignment against her client should be thrown out. You’re the judge. What is your analysis of these arguments?Read More »

(1) From a legal point of view, it is easier to return software to a store because it doesn’t meet your needs than it is to do so because the software is of poor quality   (2) If a programmer is, i) supervised in his work, ii) subject to being fired by his employer, iii) directed in …

If a programmer is, i) supervised in his work, ii) subject to being fired by his employer, iii) directed in his work by his employer, and iv) under contract for the work he is doing, it is most likely true that the programmer is considered the author of the work he has producedRead More »