The Assignment (Wide Sargasso Sea’s of Jane Eyre BOOK)

For this assignment, you will write a creative piece which takes the perspective of a character or persona other than the main character or persona of a text, taking Wide Sargasso Sea’s revision of Jane Eyre as an extended example. You may also choose to narrate a portion of a text that is not covered in the original, such as a portion of the eight years when Jane is at Lowood.

If you are struggling with coming up with ideas, try focusing on a particular scene from one of our texts and imagining it from a perspective other than the one from which it is being narrated.

Don’t feel limited by genre; for instance, you might choose to re-write a section of A Streetcar Named Desire as a prose narrative from Stella’s perspective. Or you could rewrite “The Raven” as a poem from the raven’s perspective. Writing a longer poem or series of shorter poems is acceptable and encouraged, though you will need to work with me to determine the equivalent to the required word count.

You are not required to write in the same style as the original text and my general goal is not to hinder your creativity in any way. Please check with me if you have questions about your ideas.


Finally, you must write a 500-word reflection on the process of rewriting the text. What did you learn? What were the difficulties you faced? How did the rewriting enhance or change your view of the original text?


Word count: 1000-1500 words, plus a 500-word reflection

Percentage of course grade: 20% (200 points); creative portion is 150 points, reflection is 50

Submission format: .docx upload to Canvas

Margins: 1” all around

Spacing: Double

Font: Times New Roman or Garamond, size 12

Mobilactive Media

Mobilactive Media

Case Study Instructions 

You will write a 4–5-page paper in current APA format that focuses on 2 case studies from each week’s reading. Each paper must include at least 4 references in addition to the course textbooks and the Bible. Each week there is a different set of cases for you to review. You must review them separately following the instructions below:

Internet Dispute Resolution Contracts Case Study Assignment

Module/Week 5:

Review the following 2 cases separately.

• In re: Mobilactive Media, LLC

• Montclair State Univ. v. Oracle, Inc.

  1. State the facts of the case
    • What       happened in this case?
    • Who       are the parties?
    • What       motivated the parties to take this action?
    • List       the facts by level of importance.
  2. Discuss      the Issue:  Discuss the issues or      problems presented by the case. The legal issue is the question of law on      which resolution of the case turns. An issue should be presented in the      form of a question. While most cases revolve around a legal issue, you      should also consider issues of public policy, values in conflict, and      practical reality. For example, a case study involving abortion might      involve the following issues:
    • Legal:       Is abortion legal? If so, under what circumstances?
    • Public       Policy: Should abortion be legal? Why or why not?
    • Values       in Conflict: Which value is more important, a woman’s right to privacy or       an unborn child’s right to life? Why?
    • Practical:       What are the options open to someone faced with an unwanted pregnancy?       Where can someone in this situation go for help and advice?

3. Discuss the Arguments:  Now that you have defined the facts and issues, develop and discuss the arguments that can be made for each of the various points of view. For example, what are the arguments, both Pro and Con, for each point of view, which side provides the most compelling argument, and why, and what are the consequences?

  1. Conclusion:  Each of these cases has a court ruling. Do you      agree with the court’s decision (why or why not?). From a Christian      prospective, how does this decision impact Christianity and society? If      the impact is negative, what recommendations would you make to overcome      that impact?


Contract Law and Getting the Benefit of Your Bargain

Oral Argument

Contract Law and Getting the Benefit of Your Bargain


First, read Jacob & Youngs, Inc. v. Kent, appearing in your text beginning (Word file attached below).


Second, assume that Jim Jones, a Massachusetts builder, contracted with Betty Smith to build a house. Betty designed the house herself and contracted with Jim to do the construction. Betty’s design that she gave to the builder called for the interior of the living room to be 20 feet long by 12 feet wide. Defendant built the living room so that the exterior dimensions were 20’ by 12’, making the interior dimensions 19’ by 11’. By the time Betty realized the discrepancy, she had already moved into the house. It was only when she starting setting up her living room with her furniture that she realized the furniture did not fit. At that point, she measured the room and discovered the problem.


Betty had already paid all but $5,000 of the $120,000 construction contract. She refused to pay the remaining $5,000. Jim Jones, the builder, then sued her for the $5,000.


At trial, Betty entered the blueprints into evidence. They clearly showed a living room with the interior dimensions of 20’ by 12’. The builder’s attorney called an expert to the stand who testified that the market value of the house was the same whether the living room was 20’ by 12’ or 19’ by 11’. At the close of the evidence, the jury found for the defendant home owner. The builder’s attorney filed a motion for a judgment notwithstanding the verdict (JNOV), arguing that the verdict should be set aside and a judgment entered for the plaintiff in the amount remaining on the contract. The court is about to hear arguments on that motion.




Assume that, you’re representing the builder, Jim Jones – (the moving party). Then you will to argue with a defendant representing the homeowner, Betty Smith (the responding party).


You have to show your paragraph of the research of main argument first.

Secondly paragraph, you have to show you points of argument .

Last paragraph, you’ll show the points for rebuttal argument.


(Totally are three paragraphs)


In making your arguments, you can rely on the reasoning as presented in your file (is attached). However, do not be afraid to bring in other arguments to support your position.

Jacob & Youngs, Inc. v. Kent

230 N.Y. 239, 129 N.E. 889 (1921)





The plaintiff built a country residence for the defendant at a cost of upwards of $77,000, and now sues to recover a balance of $3,483.46, remaining unpaid. The work of construction ceased in June, 1914, and the defendant then began to occupy the dwelling. There was no complaint of defective performance until March, 1915. One of the specifications for the plumbing work provides that “all wrought iron pipe must be well galvanized, lap welded pipe of the grade known as ‘standard pipe’ of Reading manufacture.”

The defendant learned in March, 1915, that some of the pipe, instead of being made in Reading, was the product of other factories. The plaintiff was accordingly directed by the architect to do the work anew. The plumbing was then encased within the walls except in a few places where it had to be exposed. Obedience to the order meant more than the substitution of other pipe. It meant the demolition at great expense of substantial parts of the completed structure. The plaintiff left the work untouched, and asked for a certificate that the final payment was due. Refusal of the certificate was followed by this suit.


The evidence sustains a finding that the omission of the prescribed brand of pipe was neither fraudulent nor willful. It was the result of the oversight and inattention of the plaintiff’s subcontractor. Reading pipe is distinguished from Cohoes pipe and other brands only by the name of the manufacturer stamped upon it at intervals of between six and seven feet. Even the defendant’s architect, though he inspected the pipe upon arrival, failed to notice the discrepancy. The plaintiff tried to show that the brands installed, though made by other manufacturers, were the same in quality, in appearance, in market value and in cost as the brand stated in the contract — that they were, indeed, the same thing, though manufactured in another place. The evidence was excluded, and a verdict directed for the defendant. The Appellate Division reversed, and granted a new trial.

Issues With Criminal Justice

Prior to beginning this assignment, consider that Messer, Patten, and Candela (2016) provides a helpful summary of life course theory on pages seven through eight. Also, note that Salvatore (2017) provides a helpful summary of life course theory on pages one through two. In addition, consider pages 697–698 in Zoutewelle-Terovan and Skardhamar’s (2016) ALL LISTED RESOURCES PROVIDED IN ATTACMENTS!!!!!!     article which provides helpful summaries of criminological theories. Review information in the Wright (2012) text on processes for law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. Finally, review the web-based materials FBI: Uniform Crime Reporting (Links to an external site.) and National Institute of Justice (Links to an external site.), which support this assignment in for this week.

In this assignment, you will explore a criminal justice issue and an associated criminal justice process. You will also consider an application for criminology that is relevant to that criminal justice issue.

This assignment consists of two parts: researching a criminal justice issue using the University of Arizona Global Campus Library’s database of scholarly journal articles and exploring the issue through the appointed prompts.

Researching a Criminal Justice Issue

  • Choose one article from a scholarly or credible (see Scholarly, Peer Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources (Links to an external site.) table for an explanation of each type of resource) source published within the past five years that addresses a criminal justice issue in law enforcement, the judiciary, or corrections, relevant to one of the following areas: poverty, unemployment, education, or illegal drug use.

To find an article from the University of Arizona Global Campus Library, please follow these steps:

*Note: To access the University of Arizona Global Campus Library directly, click on the Writing Center and Library links in your left navigation. Watch the Database Search Tips (Links to an external site.) video for more and see Searching the University of Arizona Global Campus Library

  • Click on the “advanced search” link located under the FindIt@UAGC search box
    • first search box, type social justice
    •  second search box, type criminal justice
    •  third search box type one of the following: poverty, unemployment, education, or drugs.
    • Scroll down to the “date published” limiter and adjust the search dates to include only the last 5 years
    • Click the “search” button .
    • Review your search results and select a library resource to analyze.

Summarizing the Issue and Processes. As you respond to the elements below, think about questions or issues addressed by the author(s) of the source that you select.

In your paper, drawing upon the article and/or other relevant scholarly or credible sources, address the following:

  • Explain a criminal justice issue in law enforcement, the judiciary, or corrections, relevant to one of the following areas: poverty, unemployment, education, or illegal drug use.
  • Describe at least one process for law enforcement, the judiciary, or corrections relevant to the criminal justice issue.
  • Describe an application for criminology that is relevant to the criminal justice issue.
    • To help you with this part, think about how a criminological theory could support a program or approach relevant to the criminal justice issue. For example, the article by Messer, Patten, and Candela (2016) relates life course theory to the use of drug courts.
    • If the article that you choose addresses a theory in criminology, you may use the article to help you address this part of the assignment. If the article does not address criminology, then please use one of the following resources: Messer et al. (2016), pages 7–8; Salvatore (2017), pages 1–2; or Zoutewelle-Terovan and Skardhamar (2016), pages 697–698.

The Issues in Criminal Justice paper

Aviation security

Assignment 04

T04 Aviation Security

Directions: Be sure to save an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be at least four (4) double-spaced pages; refer to the “Assignment Format” page located on the Course Home page for specific format requirements.


To increase your knowledge of the field, write an essay stating your opinion about whether airport security has measurably improved since September 11, 2001.


1. Conduct research on the Internet and back up your discussion with some of the latest government, newspaper, or magazine articles about airport security. Use three (3) references other than your textbook in your response.


2. Describe whether security has improved since September 11, 2001? Why or why not? Provide three (3) supporting facts to justify your position.


3. Describe two (2) measures that you believe could be implemented to reduce security costs and offer effective solutions.


Grading Rubric


Please refer to the rubric on the next page for the grading criteria for this assignment.



25 points 20 points15 points10 points

Student utilizes at least 3

resources other than the


Student utilizes at least 2

resources other than the


Student utilizes at least 1

Examination of Health Care Laws

Examination of Health Care Laws


The health law field currently has undergone, and will continue to undergo, enormous change. Among the multitude of challenges are legal implications that come with electronic health records (EHRs), payments based on patient outcomes, mergers, fraud, insurance disbursements, and antitrust laws—just to name few. In addition, disruptive medical innovations. Such as biotechnology and treatment research. Have created new concerns over ethics and privacy.

To perform proficiently as a health care administrator. The current environment requires that you have an understanding of key health care laws such as the following:



In this assignment, imagine you work as an administrator in a hospital or health care organization. You are being considered for a promotion and are being asked to prepare a report for senior leadership that demonstrates your knowledge and interpretation of one of the above-mentioned health care laws.

To complete this report, select a court case where one of these health care laws was violated. Write an analysis of the law and the selected case following the SESC formula: State, Explain, Support, and Conclude. Be sure to also address how organizational leadership in the selected court case could move forward to ensure that the health care law isn’t violated again in the future.

Your report should be at least five pages long and should include a title page and references for a total of 7–8 pages.

Grading Criteria

The grading criteria for this report is as follows. It must include the elements listed below. So be sure to address each point. You may also want to review the performance-level descriptions for each criterion in the scoring guide to see how your work will be assessed:

1. Analyze a court case where a health care law violation occurred.

2. Analyze the health care law that was violated in the selected case.

3. Evaluate the implications of the selected law on the health care system.

4. Recommend how the hospital should protect against another violation.

5. Support your thesis statement following the SESC formula (State, Explain, Support, and Conclude).

6. Use at least three peer-reviewed articles less than five years old.

7. Provide appropriate in-text citations and reference section.

8. Meet clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements.

   Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (JJDPA) 

 Group assignment. I am only responsible for bullet point 2: Abstract (maximum of 150 word summary of the entire proposal) on   Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (JJDPA)

Prepare an evaluation proposal (including anticipated results) for a criminal justice policy or program in your area of interest.

Create a 12- to 14-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes. Use complete sentences, with correct grammar and punctuation, to fully explain each slide as if you were giving an in-person presentation.

The proposal should include:

  • A title of proposed study
  • Abstract (maximum of 150 word summary of entire proposal)
  • Background section, including a description of the policy or program, and goals and objectives of the program
  • The purpose of the evaluation
  • Evaluation questions, including:
  • Methodology (sample, groups, setting, instrumentation, procedures, data)
  • Analysis
  • Impact and significance of the study
  • Limitations
  • Mock or real presentation of results
  • Conclusions and Recommendations

Format your presentation in accordance with APA guidelines.



At the beginning of Year 1, ABC, Inc. (ABC) has one class of stock (i.e., common stock), and there are only 100 shares of that common stock outstanding. Jen owns 40% of the ABC common stock and has a basis of $400 in that stock. The other 60% of the ABC stock is held equally by Jen’s friend Marina (who has a basis of $200 in her stock), Marina’s daughter Elena (who has a basis of $200 in her stock), and Jen’s mother Jacky (who has a basis of $200 in her stock). In Year 1, ABC has $50,000 of earnings and profits from its operations

(that are not attributable to any specific period during that year) and no accumulated earnings and profits. On June 1 of Year 1, ABC distributes $20,000 to its shareholders. On November 12 of Year 1, ABC distributes a parcel of land with a fair market value of $10,000 and a basis of $5,000 to its shareholders. In Year 2, ABC has a current deficit in earnings and profits of $40,000 (that is not attributable to any specific period during that year). On April 1 of Year 2, ABC distributes $20,000 to its shareholders. In Years 3 and 4, ABC has ample earnings and profits.

At the beginning of Year 1, DEF, Inc. (DEF) has one class of stock (i.e., common stock), and there are only 200 shares of that common stock outstanding. Jen owns 40% of the DEF common stock and has a basis of $400 in that stock. The other 60% of the DEF stock is held equally by Jen’s friend Marina (who has a basis of $200 in her stock), Marina’s daughter Elena (who has a basis of $200 in her stock), and Jen’s mother Jacky (who has a basis of $200 in her stock). DEF is profitable and has ample earnings and profits. In Year 4, Jen, Marina, and Jacky each transfer 10 shares of ABC common stock (with a fair market value of $10,000) to DEF in exchange for one additional share of DEF stock (with a fair market value of $1,000) plus $9,000 in cash.

In Year 5, ABC adopted a periodic redemption plan under which each shareholder of ABC is eligible to have no more than 2 shares of ABC stock redeemed each year. No more than a total of 4 shares can be redeemed in any one year under the plan. In Year 5, no shareholder made an election to have shares redeemed. In Year 6, however, DEF elected to have 2 of its shares of ABC stock redeemed; no other shareholder elected to have stock redeemed that year. Based on subsequent participation in the plan, this redemption by DEF in Year 6 was not an isolated redemption.

Discuss the U.S. federal income tax consequences of this series of events to all parties involved. In your answer, please be sure to discuss all relevant tax consequences (with and without available elections)—including, but not limited to, the amount, timing, and character of

any income; basis; holding period; and tax attributes (e.g., earnings and profits and net operating losses).

immigration law

 immigration law

The goal of the persuasive paper is to: 1) select a topic of immigration law, 2) do appropriate research on the topic, 3) champion a side on the issue, 4) present the side of the issue you most favor, 5) address the counter points of view; indicating why these points of view fail or are misguided, 6) rehabilitate and summarize your principal arguments.

Structure: While this structure does not have to be followed precisely, something resembling the following is expected:

1. Section 1: Introduction

1. Attention getter comment

2. Thesis statement (showing main and controlling ideas)

3. Background – sufficient background that explains the issue, should not be

an exhaustive legislative history of the topic.

4. Sign Posts to inform the reader where your argument is heading.

2. Section 2: Multiple Ideas in Support of the Claim

1. Provide a topic sentence introducing the point

2. Give explanations and evidence on your point

3. Make concluding statement summarizing the point you just discussed

and transition into your next supporting point.

3. Section 3: Summary of some opposing views – those opposing views that are most related to your argument and directly stand in opposition to your argument.

 immigration law

1. Provide topic sentence explaining that this paragraph will be opposing points of view.

2. Present general summary of some opposing ideas

3. Present some generalized evidence

4. Provide brief concluding sentence for paragraph; transitioning into the next

rebuttal paragraph

4. Section 4: Response to Opposing Views

a. Provide topic sentence explaining this paragraph/section

2. You may recognize the validity of some opposing points, but then present how your position is stronger.

3. Present evidence directly countering/refuting ideas mentioned in the previous section.

4. Provide concluding statement summarizing your countering arguments

5. Section 5: Conclusion

1. Restate your thesis

2. Briefly summarize discussion points

3. Leave the reader with a strong impression; this is not the place to be passive.

4. May provide a “call to action” in conclusion.


· Paper must be no more and no less than 10 pages – this will force you to write concisely and be very selective of the arguments you choose to highlight both in favor and in opposition. Needless to say you should address the strongest points on both sides of the issue. Bibliography will not count towards this 10-page requirement.

· Bibliography: Must provide as many sources as you deem necessary to construct you argument and counter-argument. There is no precise number for this as it is dependent on the topic that you choose. However, you should provide no less than 6 references.

· Paper must confirm to MLA standards.

· Paper must be double-spaced, 12-point font, written in Times New Roman font.

Business Law And Ethics

On March 29, 1983, Barry Mapp was observed in the JCPenney department store in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, by security personnel, who suspected that he might be a shoplifter. Michael DiDomenico, a security guard employed by JCPenney, followed Mr. Mapp when he left the store and proceeded to Gimbels department store. There, Mr. DiDomenico notified Rosemary Federchok, a Gimbels security guard, about his suspicions. Even though his assistance was not requested, Mr. DiDomenico decided to remain to assist in case Ms. Federchok, a short woman of slight build, required help in dealing with Mr. Mapp if he committed an offense in Gimbels. Mr. Mapp was observed taking items from the men’s department of Gimbels; when he attempted to escape, he was pursued. Although Ms. Federchok was unable to keep up, Mr. DiDomenico continued to pursue Mr. Mapp and ultimately apprehended him in the lower level of the Gimbels parking lot. When Ms. Federchok arrived with Upper Darby police, merchandise that had been taken from Gimbels was recovered. Mr. Mapp, who had been injured when he jumped from one level of the parking lot to another, was taken to the Delaware County Memorial Hospital, where he was treated for a broken ankle. Mr. Mapp filed suit against Gimbels for injuries sustained while being chased and apprehended by Mr. DiDomenico. He alleged in his complaint that Mr. DiDomenico, while acting as an agent of Gimbels, had chased him, had struck him with a nightstick, and had beaten him with his fists. Gimbels says it is not liable because Mr. DiDomenico was not its agent.

Is Gimbels correct?