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Critical Issues in Healthcare What are some examples of health disparities? Do you think health disparities can be removed in the United States? If so, how could this be accomplished? If not, explain why this may be difficult. Identify an assignment in this course that had a positive impact on you. How will you be able to apply the skills you learned from it to gain life and/or career success? Contemporary Ethics Should we help others in the world who are suffering from hunger and poverty? In your response, be sure to discuss the differences between feeling morally obligated to help others versus being forced to help others. If there is no danger to yourself and all you have to do is extend your hand to save someone from drowning, should you do so? How does your answer apply to helping others who are suffering in the world? Explain your answers and share your point of view with fellow classmates. Identify an assignment in this course that had a positive impact on you. How will you be able to apply the skills you learned from it to gain life and/or career success? Economics for Managers Identify an example of a management scenario from current events involving adverse selection or moral hazard. Discuss some methods with your classmates for correcting the potential problems of the asymmetric information. Part I: Describe an example you have experience with of the principal-agent problem (for example, you have a desire for your children to listen in school and do well, while for them, goofing off at school might be much more fun), and explain how incentives can be used to overcome the principal-agent problem (such as paying your children for good grades). Include in your explanation an analysis of the risks in using incentives. Part II: How will you be able to apply what you learned in this course to your current or future work? Critical Thinking Give an example of rhetoric, and identify the rhetorical devices or tactics used (hyperbole, mode of persuasion, like ethos). Compare and contrast rhetoric with logical argument. Do you use rhetoric? Why, or why not? Write down a couple of important conclusions you have come to in your life. What are the premises (reasons) for those conclusions? How has this class helped you to think about your conclusions and the reasoning behind your conclusions? How will you use what this class has taught you to think about the reasoning (behind your conclusions) as you continue to draw conclusions in the future? Psychology Attitudes toward obesity have varied widely both across and within cultures at various historical times. There is evidence that this cultural variation is giving way to an increasing weight stigma, even in cultures around the globe that have previously had very positive values attached to larger body size. Yet at the same time, demographics and health research indicate more and more people across most cultures are becoming obese at an alarming rate. Do you think the spread of negative views of people who are overweight or obese is a good thing or a bad thing for these cultures? Explain your answer from both a physical health and also a psychological health perspective. What specific psychology degree (both undergraduate and graduate) would you be interested in pursuing if CSU had additional offerings? How would you benefit from this degree? College Algebra Watch Video 4: Embracing Challenges. Reflect on your experience in this course. What challenges have you faced? What strategies or mindsets did you implement to overcome these challenges? Next, respond to another student’s post. What word of encouragement can you offer to your classmate? Use this time to inspire one another to keep pushing toward the goal of finishing the course strong and the even greater goal of completing their degree. Reflect on your experience in the course and explain how you might apply the math that you learned to your environment (work, school, home, and so on). What topics covered seemed to be the most beneficial of this course? Explain. Workers Comp In keeping with the scenario in the lectures throughout the course, consider the following: After serving Higher Education, Inc. for 40 years as their environmental health and safety manager, you have decided to retire. You have 80 work hours to bring your replacement up to date on all of the emergency safety and health (EH&S) programs and processes you have been guiding the past four decades. Based on what you have learned in the course so far, give a brief explanation of the top three “watch-outs” when it comes to workers’ compensation. What do you think are the top three items this new manager needs to be watchful? They can be positive or negative, but focus on the three major items that should be of primary importance for the next EH&S manager in your opinion. Identify a task that you would need to perform in your current career or future career, and explain how you would apply the knowledge you have learned in this course to succeed at performing the task in a real-world scenario. English As described in Unit VI and reinforced in Unit VII, the expository essay is instructional and educational in that the purpose of this essay is to confer information from the author to the reader. There are many different kinds of expository writing that surround us each day. In fact, you have more than likely written in an expository manner before. Any time you have written to a friend and described the process for cooking a favorite dish, explained the process for enrolling in a fantasy football league, or explained how to plan and then execute a quilt, you were writing in an expository manner. For this reflection, briefly introduce the topic of your expository essay to your course mates. This is not a formal disclosure. Instead, describe what you intend to write about in your Unit VII expository essay. Use the following questions as a guide: What is your topic? How are you approaching it? What do you already know about the topic? What do you want others to know about the topic? What attracted you to this topic? Do you have a personal interest in the topic? What was the inspiration for writing about this topic? What do you want to know about the topic? What kinds of research are you doing already? How do you feel about the drafting process so far? You certainly should not feel as though you need to answer all of the questions above. Instead, in your description, picture your course mates as your audience. Imagine that we are all sitting in a classroom together, and the instructor has the class to go around the room and describe their projects. Congratulations on making it to Unit VIII of the course! This course is part of Columbia Southern University’s general education curriculum and is taken by several students who have an interest in the arts and sciences. CSU continues to expand curriculum and degree program offerings and would like to gain your input on what should be developed in the future. As a student enrolled at CSU, what academic areas are you interested in learning more about during this time of your educational journey? What additional programs would you like to see offered at CSU? If you plan on continuing your education past your current degree program, what program or field would you like to pursue? Critical Thinking (Respond differently from number #4) Give an example of rhetoric, and identify the rhetorical devices or tactics used (hyperbole, mode of persuasion, like ethos). Compare and contrast rhetoric with logical argument. Do you use rhetoric? Why, or why not? Write down a couple of important conclusions you have come to in your life. What are the premises (reasons) for those conclusions? How has this class helped you to think about your conclusions and the reasoning behind your conclusions? How will you use what this class has taught you to think about the reasoning (behind your conclusions) as you continue to draw conclusions in the future?