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Causes & Effects of the Vietnam War: Assignment 2 – Treatment of Veterans & Vietnam Syndrome

Causes & Effects of the Vietnam War: Assignment 2 - Treatment of Veterans & Vietnam Syndrome

Student’s Name:

Institutional Affiliation


The Vietnam War marked a watershed episode in United States history. Akin to other post-war Syndromes, the Vietnam Syndrome was initially used during the early 1970s to illustrate the psychological and physical symptoms of veterans returning home from the War. Later on, physicians started researching more on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as the public became divided in their opinion over the same. By the end of that decade, Vietnam ceased being a clinical term and adopted a meaning more inclined towards political ideology. The public and leaders were starting to question their decisions to




  1. E-Commerce Law by Paul Todd
  2. E-Commerce 2018 business. technology. society by Kenneth C. Laudon and Carol Guercio Traver
  3. Making Law for Cyberspace by Chris Reed
  4. Law and the Internet: A Foundation for Electronic Commerce (3rd ed.) by Lilian Edwards and Charlotte Waelde
  5. Information Technology Law (5th ed.) by Diane Rowland. Uta Kohl and Andrew Charlesworth
  6. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by Paul Voigt and Axel Von dem Bussche
  7. The Law of E-Commerce: E-Contracts, E-Business by Dr. Abdulhadi M. Alghamdi
  8. The Law of Electronic Commerce by Alan Davidson
  9. Law of Electronic Commercial Transactions: Contemporary Issues in the EU, US and China by Faye Fangfei Wang
  10. Transborder

One True Calling

What do you want to be when you grow up? Well, if you're not sure you want to do just one thing for the rest of your life, you're not alone. In this illuminating talk, writer and artist Emilie Wapnick describes the kind of people she calls "multipotentialites" -- who have a range of interests and jobs over one lifetime. Are you one?
Please watch the below video and share your thoughts on the discussion board below. I'm not requiring you to respond to anyone - but I hope you'll read others responses to gain from their insights and experiences.

Powerpoint Presentation Oceania

Regional Urban Development

The project: A research project on the urban development in a world region outside North America (as represented in Chapters 3–12), or a subregion in a region if applicable (e.g., Eastern Europe). The project includes (1) an overview of urban patterns and dynamics in the region (e.g., a graphic or descriptive model) and (2) a case study on a representative city of that region. It culminates in a class presentation (PPT) that is co-graded by the instructor and the class.

• A brief history of the region’s overall development (1-2 slides)
• The region’s urban system: is there a model that would be applicable to the region? (1-2 slide) • Describe the region’s typical urban cultural and socioeconomic landscapes (1-2 slides)
• Discuss the representative city’s (1) site and situation and (2) in what ways the city’s intra-urban landscape, land use and changes are

Art (Fine arts, Performing arts)

write a one page paper answering the questions in part 3 in the instructions paper. The art that I chose is graphic arts. answer the following questions 1. Choose two different countries in which this category of arts has been produced extensively. Describe how it portrays the cultures of the countries. Provide visuals where relevant. (The countries you choose must be very different from each other as well as your own country. For instance, one may be Sweden and the other one may be Russia).
2. Evaluate the place of this category of arts in The united Arab Emirates culture and compare it to its place (and practice) in the two countries you described above.
3. Discuss the role this category of arts (can) plays in enhancing communication across cultures. Provide evidence where relevant.
4. Reflect on your own likes, dislikes, personality traits etc. and explain what you like or dislike about this category of arts and why.
5. Evaluat

Discussion board

Here is the link to watch the video for the answers..


Answer all the questions in Part A and Part B. Part B is a case study and you should read the case study and answer the five questions.


Read the attached article “SIEM-based detection and mitigation of IoT-botnet DDoS attacks” download and answer the following questions.

a) Discuss four features of IoT devices that exacerbates the problem of IoT botnets.

b) Discuss three approaches that could be used to detect IOT botnets.

c) Explain the steps in a ML approach you could use to detect IOT botnets.


Botnets are one of the most pressing security threats in cyberspace today and it is well known that the major motivation for setting up botnets is financial. There are number of techniques for defending cyberspace from botnets. The best approach to defending against botnets is locating and taking down the CC servers, and then locating and arresting the botmaster. Discuss the main chal

Classic English Literature

Read O'Connor, "A Good Man is Hard to Find," "Good Country People;"
Pynchon, "Entropy"

Answer the following questions below and include quotes from readings to support your answer

1. Given the discussion of O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” what does it mean to be good and how do we see goodness conveyed in her story “Good Country People?

2. All three of the stories for this week have individuals who, in various ways, struggle to exert control over their lives. By discussing an example from each story, explain what you think the three works collectively say about our ability to control our lives.

3. Both O’Connor and Pynchon are known for producing works that shock their readers. O’Connor even claimed that you needed to shock a reader to wake the reader up and get him/her to see differently. To what extent does each story for this week use shocking tactics (grotesque imagery, violence,


Dilemma 1:

A child in your class was abandoned by his mother and is being cared for by an uncle and his girlfriend, whom you suspect may be drug dealers. Your staff has documented numerous instances of neglect and emotional abuse, which you reported to your local childcare protective services (CPS) agency. An investigation is completed by CPS and the child is allowed to remain in the uncle's home. The situation does not seem to be improving. As a teacher what should you do? Utilize the Ethical Dilemmas Form (found under Shared Documents) to guide your reply.

Dilemma 2:

A boy in your classroom has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). He sometimes scares the other children with his boisterous and frenetic activity. A parent who is also a kindergarten teacher notices his behavior and asks you what the problem is and what you are going to do about it. Utilize the Ethical Dilemma Form to guide yo

English 101

You will work with communication studies concepts while critically analyzing published research. This project consists of the following:

Abstract (1–2 paragraphs)

Literature Review (4–5 pages)

Reference Page

Annotated Bibliography (6–8 sources)


The Research Project’s aim is to build skills in academic writing, specifically in applying APA style standards, reading research, and writing a literature review. The major goals are to become familiar with writing a literature review in APA style and to learn how to construct and effectively support a thesis.

Project Details:

Decide on your research topic.

Abstract: This is a short summary of your topic and your argument. It should help the audience understand what they are about to read in your paper.

Topic: Ethics of interviewing children who are victims of a crime

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