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How is Egyptian landscape represented in the architecture and art of Middle Kingdom Egypt

Needs to have distinct examples of art (images inserted) at least 2 architectural types and at least 2 non architectural.
How is the landscape represented in these images? What makes it so important to the time period?
Must have at least 10 sources

The paper must include thesis statement, brief background information on the culture/period, brief information on the monuments that you will include (at least two architectural examples and two portable objects)

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Environmental Factors and Health Promotion Pamphlet: Accident Prevention and Safety Promotion for Parents and Caregivers of Infants

To prepare for this assignment view the following brief video from the American Medical Association titled, “Health Literacy and Patient Safety: Help Patients Understand.” The video can be accessed through the following link:

Part I: Indirect Care Experience

1.Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.
2.Use the “Pamphlet Template” document to help you create your pamphlet. Include the following:
3.Select an environmental factor that poses a threat to the health or safety of infants.
4.Explain how the environmental factor you selected can potentially affect the health or safety of infants.
5.Offer recommendations on accident prevention and safety promotion as they relate to the selected environmental factor and the health or safety of infants.
6.Offer examples, interventions, and suggestions from evidence-based research. A minimum of three scholarly resources are required.
7.Provide readers with two community resources, a national resource, and a Web-based resource. Include a brief description and contact information for each resource.
8.In developing your pamphlet, take into consideration the healthcare literacy level of your target audience.

Part II: Direct Care Experience
1.Share the pamphlet you have developed with a parent of an infant child. The parent may be a person from your neighborhood, a parent of an infant from a child-care center in your community, or a parent from another organization, such as a church group with which you have an affiliation.
2.Provide a written summary of the teaching / learning interaction. Include in your summary:
3.Demographical information of the parent and child (age, gender, ethnicity, educational level).
4.Description of parent response to teaching.
5.Assessment of parent understanding.
6.Your impressions of the experience; what went well, what can be improved.

Submit Part I and Part II of the Accident Prevention and Safety Promotion for Parents and Caregivers of Infants assignment by the end of Topic 1.

In addition to submitting this assignment in the LoudCloud dropbox, email a copy of your submission to

While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.

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climate change

1) Select an environmental issue that matters to you, which depends on or relates in some way on mass public opinion/behavior. It is best if you select an issue for which there is a sufficient amount of opinion data available for you to research.
Scholarly journals
2) Submit a 1-2 sentence description of the issue you wish to study AND a brief list of 3-5 relevant survey results (i.e., particular questions or longer questionnaires) you have found, by Nov. 12​. Bring in a complete rough draft to class on Nov. 19.​The final draft is due at the beginning of class on Dec. 1​.
3) Write a research paper, approximately 1500 – 2000 words in length, that assesses the current state of public opinion and/or knowledge with respect to the issue you chose, its implications and consequences, and the realistic prospects of shifting opinions and beliefs. The paper should take care to address each of the following areas:

(i) Implications — a brief discussion of the problem itself and how, specifically, mass public opinion or beliefs are important;
(ii) (ii) Status Quo — an evidence-based discussion of current attitudes and beliefs in the mass public regarding the issue; and
(iii) (iii) Change — discussion and/or strategy of how, if at all, public opinion could be changed or leveraged in order to address the environmental issue. The paper should be double-spaced, in 12-point Times New Roman or Calibri font, with 1-inch margins.
4) A highly successful paper would consider as many as possible of the following questions:
I. Implications​- Briefly describe the issue you chose. What are the implications of public opinions, behaviors, perceptions, and beliefs for this issue? Why do they matter? Could public opinion either spur or block important changes in the market or public policy? Have they done so already in the past? Does addressing the issue rely on changing private individual-level behaviors (e.g. littering or recycling)?

II. Status Quo -​Based on your research, how do people generally think, feel, and behave toward this issue? How much do they know about it? How much do they care about it? How, if at all, have these opinions and beliefs changed over time? How, if at all, are these opinions and beliefs different across various states, countries, demographics, and subgroups of the population? What are the most likely explanations for why people think and feel this way? What events, dialogues, messages, life experiences, campaigns, emotional attachments, or biases may have shaped them?

III. Change ​- In what ways, if at all, would public opinions, behaviors, perceptions, and/or beliefs need to change in order to address the environmental issue? How likely are these changes to actually take place? What factors and hypothetical situations could affect whether these changes occur? How might you go about trying to create or foster these changes? What kinds of rational and emotional appeals might be most effective? What are the major obstacles that might prevent these changes from taking place, and how easy are they to overcome?

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Shaping the Environment Presentation


Select one work of architecture featured in the text (I have uploaded the chapters—chapter 15 focuses primary on architecture).
Using the building that you selected as an example, explain how a building acts as a kind of sculpture to transform the space around it.

Look through your textbook for an example of a sculpture that you feel would amplify the message that your selected building communicates to onlookers (I have uploaded the chapters—chapter 13 focuses primary on sculptures).

Present your explanation for how the building and the sculpture might work together to create a unified message to the class in a 6- to 8-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation WITH detailed speaker notes in the notes section.

Include the following:

1) When was the building created?

2) Where is it located?

3) What is the building’s original purpose?

4) Who was the architect? What was his or her background and nationality?

5) When was the sculpture created?

6) Who was the sculptor? What was her or his background and nationality?

7) Where was the sculpture originally located?

8) For what purpose was the sculpture originally created?

9) Why do you think the building and sculpture go together or complement each other?

10) Compare the form and function of your selected building and sculpture with the form and function of crafts and decorative arts found within your home or another environment, such as a school, restaurant, or public building (2-slides).
For example, for sculpture you might compare with one of the following:
– Table settings and decorations
– Jewelry
– Wall decorations
– Textiles
– Crafts
– Vases and flowers

**Please be sure to use the text I have uploaded as much as possible. If you need to use an outside source, please make sure the source is credible and that I can find it online or in a store/library as well.

Also, I have uploaded the cover of the book (for citation purposes), as well as the table of the contents and index to help you with finding information within the chapter.

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Environmental Management for Sustainable Development

Assignment Task

Energy Storage Systems

The oil and gas industries are already invested heavily in the renewable energy field, in general, and energy storage systems, in particular. Parallel to the above, development in Solar-PV and Wind- Turbine are progressing continuously in the form of higher efficiency, lower cost and wider commercial availability. However, the above two systems depend on energy storage systems (e.g. batteries) in order to provide continuous power supply.

As a consultant, you have been invited to examine energy storage systems, in general, and the connection to Solar-PV and Wind-Turbine, in particular, in order to report the following:

1. Storage systems – positive and negative aspects.
2. The commercial availability of energy storage systems which can be used to support some of the renewable energy applications, other than batteries.
3. The impacts on the environment during the usage of these energy systems, and the waste produced from some of these systems, if any, at the end of their life cycle.
4. Your cost-effective recommendations for an efficient energy storage for solar-PV and Wind-
Turbines systems

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