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The literature review is a part of my dissertation, about Hong Kong adaptive reu

The literature review is a part of my dissertation, about Hong Kong adaptive reused heritage and the community (both residence and staffs) influence after the public heritage was readapted into commercial use from a former police station to a luxury hotel. The literature review will focus on the term ‘Adaptive reuse’, ‘theoretical framework of Sustainable development and different countries examples of adaptive use public heritage from the UK and South East Asia Countries (Best to be Hong Kong and Singapore).
Used MHRA style and in UK English style please

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Paper will already be written, just need it to be placed in correct format with

Paper will already be written, just need it to be placed in correct format with proofreading. This back ground paper is written off a person experience of mine. The attachments will have the instruction’s for correct format needed. Please go by instructions for the correct format needed.

for the footer use : TSgtRay/117thLRS/DSN:714-2203/IN/28Aug22

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Reflect on your own cultural beliefs and identity. Recognizing what is important

Reflect on your own cultural beliefs and identity. Recognizing what is important to you and how these beliefs compare to other cultures provides the opportunity to open your mind to other perspectives..
In a short APA paper, address the following topics.
1.) Identify a cultural belief from a culture that you do not identify with and compare and contrast this belief from your own culture.
2.) As an employee or an employer, explain how you would suggest resolving intercultural miscommunications to develop a wider cultural understanding.

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In this course you have learned many strategies to adapting to new situations, c

In this course you have learned many strategies to adapting to new situations, cultures, and dialogues in the professions. But as you have seen, these changes are systemic and not always easy. Oftentimes, they require us to not only shift our communication methods but our mindsets as well. This is the challenge of adaptation. Our textbook defines cultural adaptation as “the long-term process of adjusting to and finally feeling comfortable in a new environment” (317).
For the last graded assignment of the course, you will reflect on your own cultural adaptation process. As part of your response, consider the following.
Summarize the strengths and weaknesses from your Week 2 Cultural Intelligence Self-Assessment. What do you think has changed? What skills do you still want to improve?
Consider the role of communication in the cultural adaptation process. What are three strategies that you have learned in this course that will help you develop your intercultural communication skills? How will you utilize these skills in your profession?
Reflect on leadership. How will intercultural communication skills help make you a stronger leader in the workplace? In your community?
Successful assignments will be the following.
Be one to two pages in length.
Be in APA format.
Include a structured response with an introduction, body, conclusion.
Have a clear and focused thesis.
Provide specific examples to support claims.

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Please RESTATE your approved research topic from Synthesis Task: Module 2. Creat

Please RESTATE your approved research topic from Synthesis Task: Module 2.
Create 10 (or more) paragraphs containing facts and information from your research.
Each paragraph must include an MLA-formatted in-text citation in parenthesis to link your information to a source.
Number each paragraph individually. (1, 2, 3…)
Each paragraph should be at least 4-6 complete sentences in length (in English).
Each paragraph should contain substantive content! (No filler or redundant information).
Each paragraph should be written in your own words – NOT copied/pasted from another website.
Do NOT use any direct quotes in any of your paragraphs! (PLAGIARISM ALERT!)
As you choose your facts, keep in mind how you can creatively present these in your final project.

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The first step in liquidating a people is to erase its memory. Destroy its books

The first step in liquidating a people is to erase its memory. Destroy its books, its culture, its history. Then have somebody write new books, manufacture a new culture, invent a new history. Before long the nation will begin to forget what it is and what it was. The world around it will forget even faster. … The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.” Discuss the extent to which this applies to the experience of African people, citing evidence in support of your argument.

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Choose 3 questions to address. 1.Explain in detail what you have learned from hi

Choose 3 questions to address.
1.Explain in detail what you have learned from historical moments such as the ones you read about this past.
2.Identify two historical events that shaped Chicana/o identity.
3.Discuss how Cheech Marin describes his sense of being Chicano.
4.Explain how this week’s readings assist us in comprehending the idea of “being.” Remember the introduction in Becoming Mexican American, page 12-13

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You still need to write at least 550 words (Extra Credit 5 points for 550 words)

You still need to write at least 550 words (Extra Credit 5 points for 550 words) NOW, if you look to the bottom right of this box, you will see a word count. Pay attention to the word count. If the word count is below 550 words, this part of the assignment will lose points.
CONTENT INPUT QUESTION:
Throughout the short-term course, the readings, the videos, the discussions, and the reading logs provides us evidence of Chicana/o history. Sanchez speaks about how communities thrived despite the deep rooted discrimination that exists and existed in numerous parts of the American Southwest. Despite such social, political, and economic conditions, pockets of push back emerged. Think about Lemon Grove, Sleepy Lagoon and others. In other words, communities did not sit back and simply accept their conditions, they engaged their agency and pushed back.
So, in this final question of the semester, write an essay that explains the historical and contemporary condition of Chicano communities by exploring the relationship between political power and community agency and engagement. In other words, communities did not sit back and simply accept their conditions, they engaged their agency and pushed back. What does that mean to you?

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This week you will apply the knowledge you have learned to develop 10 rules for

This week you will apply the knowledge you have learned to develop 10 rules for successful intercultural communication.
Imagine that you have been hired as a consultant for a global hospitality company. This company is comprised of a collection of hotels that are located in over 20 countries and on three continents. These hotels cater to both business and leisure travelers and are primarily located in large urban centers.
In an attempt to improve customer satisfaction ratings, the organization is seeking to increase the intercultural communication competency of all employees. They hope that additional training will help increase customer satisfaction, ease employee stress, and help the company continue to grow on a global scale.
To assist the organization in their mission, you must create a Communication Code that can be rolled out to employers for training purposes. Your code must include
a mission statement;
10 rules for successful intercultural communication;
a list of three resources for additional training; and
five discussion questions to help the organization facilitate its training program.
Successful assignments will be
one to two pages in length;
in APA format; and
include at least three references.

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Instructions: Think of this assignment like a review of a book (or even restaura

Instructions: Think of this assignment like a review of a book (or even restaurant). First, watch The Corportation (here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMNZXV7jOG0). Then, while referencing readings/content from the syllabus, critically analyze the film in light of some of the primary class themes. In your reviews, address the following:
(1) Brief summary of the film.
(2) How did the film critically examine some of the particular in-class themes (i.e., the state, hegemony, power, race, etc.)?
(3) How effective was the film’s examination of these themes? Were any perspectives missing? If so, how could the film’s examination be improved?
Essentially, in this review you are to construct a well-supported argument about how well a film addressed a particular theme that we have analyzed/complicated in class. Don’t just say that the film did or did not do a good job. Rather, you should justify that claim while evoking material from the syllabus. Part of this, therefore, involves critically describing/defining whichever concepts you’re analyzing. For instance, if you discuss discourse, don’t take its meaning for granted. Describe what discourse means anthropologically, and then use that descriiption to analyze the effectiveness of the particular film. I also encourage you to think intersectionally. Don’t just analyze a film in light of hegemony, for instance, but as discourse intersects with issues of race, or class.
This review should reference at least 3 academic in-class readings (please note: non-academic readings, such as the Constitution, The Crucible, etc. will not count towards the minimum 3 in-class readings). One text MUST be “Speech, Citizenry, and the Market: A Corporate Public Figure Doctrine” by Desai. You can choose the other two.
It should be 800-1000 words in length, double spaced. Please be sure that the reviews are spell checked, well-organized, etc.
Readings:
-Syllabus
-“Law” in Morality: An Anthropological Perspective by Zigon
-“The Code of Hammurabi”
Available online: https://avalon.law.yale.edu/ancient/hamframe.asp
-The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Available online:
https://www.fcusd.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=192
07&dataid=43149&FileName=CrucibleScriptPDF.pdf
Discussion Boards:
-Introductions (July 19)
-The Crucible (July 21)
Assignment:
-Research Proposals (July 21)
UNIT TWO: CULTURE AND CUSTOM (22 July – 28 July)
Readings:
-The Gift: The Form and Reason for Exchange in Archaic Societies by Mauss
-“The Economy and Social Norms” in Economy and Society by Weber
-“Law as Culture” in Cultural Analysis, Cultural Studies, and the Law by Mezey
-“Red Hook Experiment” by Carter
-“Welcome to Problem Solving: Kelly O’Neil Levy Embraces Her New
Assignment as Presiding Judge of the Harlem Community Justice Center”
Interview available online: https://www.courtinnovation.org/publications/welcomeproblem-solving-kelly-oneill-levy-embraces-her-new-assignment-presiding-judge
Discussion Boards:
-Customs and Gifting (July 24)
-Customs and Law (July 26)
-Community Courts (July 28)
Assignment:
-Annotated Bibliography (July 28)
UNIT THREE: RELIGION AND ETHICS (29 July – 2 August)
Readings:
-“Religion” in Morality: An Anthropological Perspective by Zigon
-“The Construction of Religion as an Anthropological Perspective” in
Genealogies of Religion by Asad
-“Religious Sociology and the Theory of Knowledge” and “Conclusion” in The
Elementary Forms of Religious Life by Durkheim
-“Religious Experience Creates the World of the Modern Economy: Max Weber”
in Thinking About Religion by Strenski
Discussion Board:
-Religion (July 31)
-Religion and Society (August 2)
UNIT FOUR: HEGEMONY (3 August – 11 August)
Reading
-Discipline and Punish by Foucault
Discussion Board:
-Punishment and the Body (August 7)
-Incarceration and Discipline (August 11)
Assignment:
-Outline (August 11)
UNIT FIVE: LAW AND THE STATE (12 August – 18 August)
Readings:
-“Constitutionalism, Human Rights, and Citizenship” in Islam and the Secular
State by an-Na’im
-“The Constitution of the United States of America”
Available online:
http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution.html
-“Modes of Secularism” by Taylor
-“To Protect and Serve Whiteness” by Burton
-“Institutional Racism, Numbers Management, and Zero-Tolerance Policing in
New York” by Bornstein
-“Speech, Citizenry, and the Market: A Corporate Public Figure Doctrine” by
Desai
Film:
-The Corporation (https://freedocumentaries.org/documentary/the-corporation