.Trace sacred music and worship in:tabernacle worshiptemple worshipsynagogue worshipcontemporary churchUSE THE ATTACHED CHART TO ORGANIZE YOUR THOUGHTS AND GUIDE YOUR RESEARCH.

Law Enforcement Challenges

Explain, in detail, what you believe to be the greatest challenge facing law enforcement agencies investigating exploitation, cyber stalking, and obscenity. Provide a rationale for your response.Identify the specific challenges that overlapping of jurisdictions pose in the fight against cyber-crime. Next, propose salient solution(s) for overcoming the challenges in question. Justify your response.Discuss whether or not law officers from different states should have the ability to work with one another when a cyber-crime is carried out across state lines.Use at least three (3) quality references for this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.

reflection papers, Over Trauma and Recovery 3

ON TIME PLEASE THANK YOU…. Reflection papers (three pages, 12 point font, double spaced) on the material read which identifies the main points, critical issues and questions.  Key points of the argument should be presented.  The five reading reflections should be spread out across the semester and engage the major themes and texts explored over the duration of the semester.  Each reflection paper MUST be typed and structured in the following manner:            Part I.  Summarize author’s argument, identifying main points and criticalissues. Include supportive quotes from readings with proper footnotecitations (2 pages).Part II. Discuss one central concept from the week’s reading(s) that sparked a surprising new insight. Cite at least one quotation (include footnote) that articulates the concept (one paragraph).  Part II. Discuss one central concept from the week’s reading(s) that sparked a surprising new insight. Cite at least one quotation (include footnote) that articulates the concept (one paragraph).  Part III. Present two questions raised by the readings that would deepen class discussion. Be prepared to present this question during class and lead a discussion on it.PartIIIV: Your on Personal Reflection from the reading!!! ONE Paragraph addWith this post i will attach a half of the reading of the class. BOOK and NOTESYOU SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THE BOOK AND NOTES… THANK YOU VERY MUCH:)

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Read the second chapter of Actual Minds, Possible Worlds by Jerome Bruner. Post your 250-500 word response here. Consider the following prompts:Think about the two modes of thought Bruner outlines (logo-scientific/paradigmatic vs. narrative) and their purposes. What mode of thought might be more appropriate for this course, or for discussing music in general? Why might that be? Bruner lists three parts of the “fabula”: the characters, a plight, and consciousness of the plight by the characters. How might you use this as a lens to view your own meaning making in music? What are the two “axes” of language, and how does each affect meaning-making in language? Could these be applied to music? If so, how? If not, why not?What does Bruner mean by “subjunctivizing” reality, and how does this concern meaning making? How does a reader “re-write” a text? What does this have to do with meaning or imagination in music?What connections can you draw to some of the other writers we have read previously, and how does this inform or contradict their arguments?Bruner, J. (1986). Two modes of thought. In Actual Minds, Possible Worlds (pp. 11-43). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.


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Philosophy Intro to Ethics

Hello, Philosophy Intro to Ethics  HWI need one page of writing. After download and read the text I already uploaded the file in here, and read about the subject from out side resources, understand it then start writing about your idea. Please no copy or plagiarism. Read the details carefully and start writing. Also, if you get anyinfo from internet please post the resources with out belong the work to you. That means you have to write your own idea.Discussion BoardAfter reading Kant (2 selections), Langton, Bennet and reading the PDF file that I uploaded in here. answer the question and start writing about it. Bennett never mentions Kant in “The Conscience of Huckleberry Finn,” but there is a reason why the excerpt from his famous essay is included in the deontology section of your text. Two questions: (1) How does Bennett’s essay bring out the limitations of Kant’s moral theory? (2) Is reason or emotion more critical to your moral life?  Why?It must be done in 4 hours.Thank you

summarizing an article in a phonological topic.

It is a phonological article which is about 22 pages. Summarizing the main points and the most controversial things that the author claims with using the provided examples. No matter how many pages the summary would be. I need to get the article in a simple language that explains the theories the author focuses on to help me discussing it later with students. Thanks

Census data

California & the Concept of Race: Asian in CombinationCOLLAPSEThe 2010 Census had a lot of interesting elements, but there were a couple elements that especially caught my interest. First, being more-or-less a lifelong Californian, I am very familiar with Asian Americans comprising a significant percentage of the population. However, because my frame of reference is more closely aligned to that of Torrance, where Asian Americans make up about 38 percent of the populations (U.S. Census Bureau 2010, p. 13), reading that the overall percentage for the state is only about 15 percent (U.S. Census Bureau 2010, p. 8) feels off to me. Moreover, I’m surprised at how low the percentage is for places like the states of New York, with only 8 percent and Washington, with 9 percent (U.S. Census Bureau 2010, p. 8). On one hand, this seems to clash with my own personal experience traveling in New York and Washington, but, on the other hand, my visits were mainly based in the urban centers of New York City and Seattle, where larger percentages and populations of Asian Americans could be found. Nevertheless, this data shows how being in California, specifically in the Los Angeles area, creates a cultural bubble that does not represent the average American experience of multicultural diversity. On consideration, this diversity is a good reason to appreciate living in California.The second element that particularly drew my interest was the concept of “Asian-in-combination.” This category is clearly useful for the purposes of detailing the “racial” composition of society, but it so strongly reinforces the false and problematic concept of race. At what point does a person lose their “Asian-ness” when “in combination”? Do analysts ever refer to “White-in-combination”? Again, I understand why this data is generated, but I wish there were another way to capture the nuances of identity without recourse to the social construct of race and the mixture of races. Nevertheless, the discussion on the “Asian-in combination” data gave a hint as to the answer to one of my original questions: “What are the relations between Asian American communities and other racial/ethnic minority groups in America?” Well, with 61 percent of multi-racial Asian Americans being in combination with White Americans, while the other racial combinations lag far behind, one may infer that Asian American communities have a greater affinity to or a stronger interaction with the dominant white population than towards the other minority groups. I’m curious as to whether or not the “in-combination” with White Americans correlates with higher socioeconomic status. It is a fascinating social dynamic.Respond to this thread in 150 words. Your opinion