The annotated bibligraphy consists of academic sources you will write a paragraph for each source that includes an abstract of the findings how it relates to your topic and how you will use it in your paper each abstract should be minmun of 200 words
• Write in sentences and paragraphs (no bullet points or numbered lists), 6-8 pages double-spaced (Action Plan Template and Works Cited Page are not considered part of the 6-8 pages), using Calibri 12 pt font and 1 inch margins. Points will be deducted if your paper deviates from these standards. I will not read beyond the eighth double spaced page.
• There is no need to copy this paper/ questions in your submission. You can just number your answers.
• After you publish a response, ensure you are directly answering the questions.
• Upload an MS Word version (MS Word only, not PDF) to Blackboard before due date stated above (please note time differences) using the following format to name your file:
Students are required to write a paper on the following aspects of Emotional Intelligence.
1. Describe the Personal and Professional Benefits of having high Emotional Intelligence. Refer to the four EQ domains.
2. Can Emotional Intelligence be developed? Discuss why or why not. Refer to the four EQ domains
3. Is Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence Quotient more important to an individual’s success in the work world?
4. Personal Reflection
a. What are your Emotional Intelligence areas of strength and areas of improvement? Describe each area of strength and weakness with specific examples from your life of identifiable emotions or behaviours and their corresponding triggers.
b. Identify three SMART actions (Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Results-oriented/relevant, Time bound) to further bolster each area of strength and improve upon each area of improvement.
c. Summarize sections 4a and 4b in the attached Emotional Intelligence Action Plan Template (this template is not considered as part of the 6-8 page count).
Your point of view should be supported by research from credible Emotional Intelligence literature, well-known authors and research in this field (avoid uncredible blogs and consultant sites). Please note that the emphasis is on primary literature, reputable and original research publications. Use MLA citations and a separate Works Cited Page (not counted in your page count).
The topic must have a thesis statement, which is both original and provocative.
• The primary sources may be in English or Spanish—but with a very strong preference for Spanish-
language sources. Primary sources can be any of the following: books, academic journals, newspaper
articles, news magazine articles. All sources can be either found on the internet or in print form.
• The topic must address why the student has this question, why this topic intrigues the student.
• The paper must be 8-10 pages, typed, double-spaced, with 1” margins, in either Arial or Calibri 12-point
If Mapuche means ‘people of the land’ why don’t they receive any land from their government? Why is the Mapuche people being expelled from their land by the government, if they are the ones who originated typical traditions that all Chileans preserve to this day?
Bengoa, J. (2013, June 1). Los Mapuches: Historia, cultura Y conflicto. Cahiers des Amériques latines. https://journals.openedition.org/cal/118
Cayuqueo, P. (2020). Historia secreta Mapuche 2. Catalonia.
Chile: Autoridades Criminalizan a personas Mapuche a través de Juicios injustos. Amnistía Internacional. (2021, August 13). https://www.amnesty.org/es/latest/news/2018/08/chile-autoridades-criminalizan-a-personas-mapuche-a-traves-de-juicios-injustos/
G, P. (2001, February 1). La Cultura Mapuche y su estrategia para resistir estructuras de Asimilaci. Página de inicio. https://www.ugr.es/~pwlac/G17_05Beatriz_Carbonell.html
Luis, J. (n.d.). Repositorio Académico – universidad de chile. https://repositorio.uchile.cl/bitstream/handle/2250/108994/hermosilla_j.pdf?sequence=3
Pueblo Mapuche, La Larga Batalla contra La Injusticia. Desinformémonos. (2013, January 21).
Sierra, M. (2000). Mapuche, Gente de la Tierra. Editorial Sudamericana.
In this activity, we will learn about evaluating our energy use from a quantitative perspective using something called Ecological Footprints, a method developed to measure the amount of natural resources it takes to support an individual, or a city system, or even a national economy. Ecological footprint studies are commonly used in sustainability studies. The method compares the biological area of resources used to the resources actually area in that region. This measurement is called the biocapacity, and it assumes this ratio (resources used/resources available in a given year) is provides a benchmark of the impact of humans in the environment.
We will look at the ecological footprint of our own individual yearly energy consumption with a calculator here: https://www.footprintcalculator.org/home/enLinks to an external site.
Examine your energy use (of either you or your household). Write 3 things that you learned from doing the calculator exercise.
Next, take a look at the energy ratio/biocapacity of some national economies around the world here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_ecological_footprintLinks to an external site.
What are 3 observations you draw from this data set? What is surprising to you?
When you have time, you can read a summary of national economic footprints here: https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/ecological-footprint-by-countryLinks to an external site.
A response paper on the readings below
Who Does What, When (and Why)?
Chaudhary, T., Jordan, J., Salomone, M., Baxter, P., 2018. Patchwork of confusion: the cybersecurity coordination problem. Journal of Cybersecurity 4. https://doi.org/10.1093/cybsec/tyy005Links to an external site.
Grant, T., 2015. On the military geography of cyberspace.
Leading Issues in Cyber Warfare and Security: Cyber Warfare Secur, 2, p.119. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tim-Grant-9/publication/290601359_On_the_military_geography_of_cyberspace/links/5858583508ae64cb3d47eafb/On-the-military-geography-of-cyberspace.pdfLinks to an external site.
Jurgens, Jeremy. “Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2022.” World Economic Forum in Collaboration with Accenture, January 2022. www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Global_Cybersecurity_Outlook_2022.pdf
Lin, Herbert. “Attribution of Malicious Cyber Incidents: From Soup to Nuts.” Hoover Institution. Aegis Paper Series, No. 1607. https://www.hoover.org/sites/default/files/research/docs/lin_webready.pdfLinks to an external site.
DIRECTIONS: Carefully read each question. All questions
should be answered with the minimum of two paragraphs (5-7
sentences). Students should analyze each question using the
terminology, principles, or theories from the chapter. Points
will be deducted for incorrect grammar, punctuation, and if
the question is answered with less than two paragraphs. Points
will also be deducted if the question is not answered in its
Remember, plagiarism is not accepted. If additional sources
are used to answer the questions, the sources should be cited
using APA format.
1. Discuss why companies go international, giving specific
reactive and proactive reasons.
• Explain and give examples of the impact of the Internet on
Define and explain the process of environmental assessment,
particularly the discussing the external and internal
The book is; US FOREIGN POLICY; THE PARADOX OF POWER BY Steven W. Hook 6TH EDITION. The chapter to do is chapter 12
PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEOS AND DO THE ESSAY
Section 2) September 12-25
Theme: The Cold War Crisis and Soviet New Thinking 1986–1991
Readings: Textbook; Chapter 2
Video Links: Perestroika: From Re-Building to
Conversations with Gorbachev (
Assignment: Write-up due Sunday, September 25th, 11:55 PM
Respond to the following question:
Are processes and mechanisms both necessary for a ‘complete’ causal account?
Look for definitions in the text. Your essay should contain a clearly stated argument/thesis (e.g., “In this essay, I argue that…”).
THE ESSAY MUST BE WRITTEN ONLY AND ONLY BY USING THE 17 FOLLOWING SOURCES
1- Van Evera, Guide to methods for students of political science, pp. 1- 45.
2- Schwartz-Shea and Yanow, Chapters 2 and 3
3- King, Gary, Robert O. Keohane, and Sidney Verba. Designing social inquiry: Scientific inference in qualitative research, Princeton University Press, 1994, 76-91
4- Hall, “Aligning Ontology and Methodology” in Comparative historical analysis in the social sciences
5- Mahoney and Goertz, “Methodological Rorschach Tests,”
6- March and Lave, “Model Making”
7- Friedman, “Methodology of Positive Economics”
8- Geertz, “Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cock-fight”
9- Tilly, “Reasons Why”
10- Seawright and Gerring, “Case selection Techniques in Case Study Research,”
11- Geddes. “How the cases you choose affect the answers you get: Selection bias in comparative politics.”
12-Van Evera, Stephen. Guide to methods for students of political science, pp. 77-88.
13- Rueschemeyer, “Can One or a Few Cases Yield Theoretical Gains” in Comparative historical analysis in the social sciences
14- Collier, “Understanding Process Tracing”
15- Bennett and Checkel, “Process tracing: from philosophical roots to best practices,” in Bennett and Checkel,Process tracing
16- Pouliot, “Practice Tracing” in Bennett and Checkel, Process tracing.
17- Mayntz, “Mechanisms in the Analysis of Social Macro-Phenomena”
• Overall presentation and writing style
• Correct spelling and grammar
• Introduction: Concise, relevant
• Clear thesis statement or question that guides the rest of the essay
• Research/Body of paper: Analysis and arguments, not just description of background/history
• Balanced arguments, i.e. consider from multiple angles and discuss arguments for and against your perspective
• Original research (not just from textbook but use the textbook and the library to find further sources)
• Academic book and article sources (that are not crap!)
• Conclusion: Repeat thesis statement, briefly discuss findings