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HIST405N Chamberlain College Week 2 American Revolution Discussion

Initial Post Instructions For the initial post, pick two (2) of the leading causes of the American Revolution. The Proclamation Act of 1763 The Navigation Acts The Stamp Act The Declaratory Act The Townsend Act The Boston Massacre The Coercive Acts Then, address the following for your selections: Analyze the cause and effect of two […]

The Global Trader, history homework help

You are a trader on the Silk Road. You can be Chinese, Mongolian, Arabian, Byzantine, or Venetian. Your job is to gain access to spices, incense, glassware, and other commodities the elite demand. Remember that trade in this age has followed the old contours of gift exchange (items intended for elite consumption and redistribution in […]

NUR 3165 MDC Nursing Evidence Based Practice Research Paper

Evidence-based nursing is a process founded on the collection, interpretation, appraisal, and integration of valid, clinically significant, and applicable research. It is not about developing new knowledge or validating existing knowledge, but rather translating existing evidence so that it can be applied to clinical decision making. This process starts with formulating a sound PICO question. […]

Origins Reflection

In this assignment, you will summarize beliefs about the origin of the universe and life, including what Christians believe, what you believe, and how people’s beliefs about origins might impact how they live. After reflecting on chapters 1 and 2 of Genesis, create a 15-slide presentation covering the following topics, paying particular emphasis on item […]

Literature and Cultural Memory, history homework help

Assmann, J. (2008). Communicative and cultural memory. In A. Erll & A. Nunning (Eds.), Cultural Memory Studies: An International and Interdisciplinary Handbook (pp. 109-118). Retrieved from the ebrary. In “Communicative and Cultural Memory,” Jan Assmann draws on his own classic work “Collective Memory and Cultural Identity” to analyze a concept he calls “cultural memory.” In […]

Grand Canyon University Stress Discussion

Comment this: When stress is excessive, it can lead to asthma, high blood pressure, ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome.  Stress can also affect behaviors that increase the risk of heart disease such as smoking, overeating and decreased physical activity.  The body’s response to stress can be in the form of a headache, back ache, stomach […]