ACC80005 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING THEORY Primary Exam

ACC80005 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING THEORY Primary Exam Semester 2, 2017 Exam information • This is a take home exam • This paper represents 60% of the final assessment for this subject. Marks on the paper total 70. • This exam consists of 7 questions. Answer all questions. • The exam answers (including word count for each answer) should be submitted as a Microsoft “Word” file through the Turnitin System on Blackboard by 5pm AEDT 30 October. o Draft submission facility on Blackboard to check for referencing problems o Interpret Turnitin similarity score (please note it will take up to 24 hours for Turnitin to provide a similarity score) o Do not… Read More

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MGMT6018 Business Law & International Contexts Assessment One – Create a Matrix

ASSESSMENT BRIEF Subject Code and Title MGMT6018 Business Law & International Contexts Assessment One – Create a Matrix Individual/Group Individual Length 1500 words Learning Outcomes All Submission Draft due by 11:55pm (Sydney time) Friday, end of Module 3 Choose an item. Final due by 11:55pm (Sydney time) Friday, end of Module 6 Weighting 60% Total Marks 60 marks Context: Students will choose one country in one of: Far East Asia, Africa, or Latin America. Students will elaborate on the legal system of their chosen country in a matrix of their design to include the legal structure, contracts, agency and employment law, intellectual property and the law of torts. The selected… Read More

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HI6007 Assessment Three Business Research Report Proposal: FINAL Research Proposal

HI6007 Assessment Three Business Research Report Proposal: FINAL Research Proposal Due Friday Week 12 2500 words worth 20% The FINAL research proposal will consist of the following NINE (9) items: 1. A business research topic. Strengthen and improve initial proposal. 2. A brief literature review of the research topic Produce 2 to 3 pages on background information on your research topic. 3. Research questions for the identified problem or opportunity Strengthen and improve initial proposal 4. Appropriate research methodologies and techniques to use for the research project Strengthen and improve initial proposal 5. A project plan using a Gantt Chart and clearly defined milestones (if in a group with clearly… Read More

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Research Prospectus Choose your field of study (accounting, education, criminal justice, etc

I. Research Prospectus Choose your field of study (accounting, education, criminal justice, etc.), and then identify a problem within the field that can be researched and discussed. Your research prospectus will develop a specific direction and research question that the essay will address. To get started, be sure to do the following: • Choose a topic about which some degree of research is available. • Develop a research prospectus that identifies the audience, purpose, major research question(s), and a working thesis statement for your project. • Develop a schedule that includes strategies that will be used to complete each phase of the writing process. • Locate at least five reputable… Read More

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Annual Report Project

Annual Report Project Nancy A. Herring, PhD, CPA COPYRIGHT PAGE Cover page image ©2010 PhotoDisc/Getty Images Copyright © 2010 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning or otherwise, except as permitted under Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act, without either the prior written permission of the Publisher, or authorization through payment of the appropriate per-copy fee to the Copyright Clearance Center, Inc., 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923, website www.copyright.com. Requests to the Publisher for permission… Read More

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Causes and Effects of Over-Exercising

Causes and Effects of Over-Exercising Exercising is a healthy activity that helps one to improve general well-being and reduce the risk of developing numerous diseases. Initially, exercising is unpleasant and painful, so when people just begin involving themselves into physical exercises, they may feel drained and fatigued. While some people lack sufficient exercising, the others may be prone to over-exercising, which can be hazardous to their health. Over-exercising occurs when an individual continuously exercises beyond the limits that are considered safe. Once a person starts exercising regularly, he/she starts craving the empowerment that exercising gives them (Berczik, et al. 408). Exercise addiction is described as a compulsive disorder that compels… Read More

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CItizens of the Streets: Dispatch 1 “Framing Landscapes”

CItizens of the Streets: Dispatch 1 “Framing Landscapes” Overview: As mentioned in the syllabus, a side writing project (short, non-peer reviewed) will be a series of small assignments called “Citizens of the Streets,” inspired by the journalistic work of Paul Salopek who is walking the “global trail of the first humans who migrated out of Africa in the Stone Age”. Throughout his walk, Salopek records the stories of the places and people he intersects with during his journey. Find out more about Salopek’s writing at the following links: http://outofedenwalk.nationalgeographic.com/ and http://outofedenwalk.nationalgeographic.com/about/. In a similar vein, you will be tasked with the assignment of recording some of your own walks in… Read More

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HCA-515-O500 Health Care Models Analysis

Complete the “Health Care Models Analysis” document. APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. Health Care Models Analysis Directions: Develop a hypothetical case requiring the treatment of a patient (for example, the patient has a virus, an allergy, or a chronic condition). Using this case, explain the process in which each model (medical, holistic, epidemiological triangle, and social) would provide treatment (considering underlying causes, symptoms, as well as personal, social, economic, and environmental factors). If a model can be explained using a labeled… Read More

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What are the pros and cons of this approach to preventative activities?

Typically, an “older generation” is responsible for developing policy from which prevention based services are generated. – What are the pros and cons of this approach to preventative activities? – How would you incorporate “youth voice” to develop a pregnancy/STD/substance abuse prevention program for high school age students? – In what system would you implement your program and why (e.g., school, detention facility, religious setting, sports facility, etc.)? 2. Based upon a review of scholarly prevention programs: -What would be the main components of your program? – How would you evaluate your program’s effectiveness? Support your discussion with scholarly references. Analysis should be 3-4 pages in length in APA format… Read More

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The U.S. and “War” in the 20th Century (and beyond) Using World War II in particular

Topic: The U.S. and “War” in the 20th Century (and beyond) Using World War II in particular, but you can link your ideas to other U.S. wars, how has “war” shaped the United States? You might, in particular, think about the kinds of impacts these “wars” had on the U.S. in the 1940s and 1950s as well as more lasting impacts. Explain your response. _______________________ NOTE: *An informal citation follows the quote in parentheses and looks like this: (Name the author of the source here first, “Name the title of the source second,” If it is from a larger work name the title of the work here in italics–American Yawp… Read More

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