Read the following Reading Assignments and follow the Assignment Description given to complete assignment. I have also attacked an example from the instructor. Keep in mind that there is an assignment for Chapter 3 and and assignment for Chapter 4.

Reading Assingnment 

McGrath Report:

  • 6.3 – Tertullian on Inherited Guilt
  • 6.13 – Augustine on Fallen Human Nature
  • 6.17 & 6.18 – Pelagius on Human Freedom and his Pelagius’ Rejection of Original Sin
  • 6.19 – Council of Carthage on Grace
  • 6.47 – Jonathan Edwards on Original Sin
  • 6.57 – Benedict XVI on the Identity of Humanity




McGrath Reports (20%). It will be important for students to read and engage the selections from the McGrath reader. For each section of discussion (Nature of Theology, Trinity, Revelation, etc.) you are required to give a 500+ word summary and response. You only have to report on 6 of the selections in any given section (if there are more than 6 listed for that day, e.g., Salvation). To be clear: for those weeks where two topics are covered, two reports are expected. 

Consider these questions: 

For each numbered reading:

a. Inwhichofthe6categoriesinthehistoryofthechurchdoeseach 

author fit? These categories are: Patristic, Medieval, Byzantine, Protestant, Roman Catholic, or Eastern Orthodox. (See the appendix in 

McGrath or look online to find the time frame and religious tradition of 

each writer.) Note: Handwritten categories will be counted as wrong. 

  1. What are the central theses of the texts at hand? What is the main idea 

    of the passage? Note key terms or issues. 

  2. What quote(s) from the reading capture(s) the main idea?


    I have attached an example of what the assignment shoud look like. 

Educational plan for a school

Create a 1 page educational plan for a school in

your community that incorporates the following:

 Strategies to promote parental partnership.

 Educational resources to promote at-home practice.

 Technological tools that could be utilized in the classroom

or at home.

 An explanation about how this plan will improve student

learning outcomes.

APA format is required for essays only. Solid academic

writing is always expected. For all assignment delivery

options, documentation of sources should be presented

using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in

the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success


This assignment uses a rubric.

public admin

“Public Employees’ Liability for Constitutional Torts” Please respond to the following:

  • Debate It: Take a position for or against this statement: Public sector employees charged with offenses outside of the workplace should be held accountable and liable for their actions – written reprimand, administrative leave, or dismissal from public service. Provide two reasons and examples to support your position.   
  • Hypothesize a situation in which a public administrator or employee should have the constitutional right to disobey a directive ordered by a superior. Provide at two reasons and examples to support your position.   

Literature 2

If you can not PAY to download the book, please do not WASTE MY TIME

theater report papr

You are required to write three pages, double spaced, typed report on the play you will be doing from during the course. The report should deal with such elements as Theme, Character development, Language and Social and Cultural context of the play. 

Need this in 4 hours


Choose three of the prompts below and write a response that is 300-350 words long to each of the three prompt questions. This is due on May 7th. 

1. How did James Baldwin’s experience in France affect him?

2. How did James Baldwin’s experience in France prepare him for the work he did during the Civil Rights Movement?

3. How is the African Worldview illustrated in Audre Lorde’s work?

4. How did Audre Lorde’s work impact France?

5. What are the top three lessons you will remember after completing this course in Black Cultural Exodus: Harlem Renaissance and Beyond?

research paper final


Academic Research Article Critique

The final assignment for this course is an academic research article critique. The purpose of the critique is to ensure that you know how to read and critically assess research for use in your own research, to understand social problems in society, support decision making in public policy, or to influence one’s own individual research approaches.

Focus of the Final Paper
Reading and critically analyzing academic research reported in journal articles is an important part of learning and applying scholarly research for multiple applications within your discipline. Through the first four weeks of this course, you have become more familiar with the various components of research design. For this final assignment, read and critically review one of the journal articles provided in the list by discipline (below). You may choose from any of the lists, however you will probably find one from your own discipline to be of greater interest to you and more useful for future reference.

  1. Choose one article from the list below and read it.
    Communication Studies

    • Burgers, C., Beukeboom, C. J., Kelder, M., & Peeters, M. M. (2015). How sports fans forge intergroup competition through language: the case of verbal irony. Human Communication Research, (3), 435. doi:10.1111/hcre.12052
    • Festl, R., Scharkow, M., & Quandt, T. (2015). The individual or the group: a multilevel analysis of cyberbullying in school classes. Human Communication Research, (4), 535. doi:10.1111/hcre.12056
    • Murthy, D., Bowman, S., Gross, A. J., & McGarry, M. (2015). Do We Tweet Differently From Our Mobile Devices? A Study of Language Differences on Mobile and Web-Based Twitter Platforms. Journal Of Communication, (5), 816. doi:10.1111/jcom.12176
    • Homeland Security and Emergency Management
    • Haynes, M. R., & Giblin, M. J. (2014, March). Homeland security risk and preparedness in police agencies: The insignificance of actual risk factorsPolice Quarterly, 17(1), 30-53. doi:10.1177/1098611114526017
    • Settles, T., & Lindsay, B. R. (2011). Crime in post-Katrina Houston: The effects of moral panic on emergency planning. Disasters, 35(1), 200-219. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7717.2010.01200.x
    • Steelman, T. A., & Mccaffrey, S. (2013). Best practices in risk and crisis communication: Implications for natural hazards management. Natural Hazards, 65(1), 683-705. doi:
    • Military Studies
    • Furia, S. R., & Bielby, D. D. (2009). Bombshells on film: Women, military films, and hegemonic gender ideologies. Popular Communication, 7(4), 208-224. doi:10.1080/15405700903046369
    • McClure, P., & Broughton, W. (2000). Measuring the cohesion of military communities. Armed Forces & Society (0095327X), 26(3), 473-12.
    • Routon, P. W. (2014). The effect of 21st century military service on civilian labor and educational outcomes. Journal of Labor Research, (1), 15.
    • Social and Criminal Justice
    • Elmalak, S. (2015, April). Babies behind bars: An evaluation of prison nurseries in American female prisons and their potential Constitutional challengesPace Law Review, 35(3), 1080.
    • McDowall, D., Loftin, C., & Pate, M. (2012). Seasonal cycles in crime, and their variability. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 28(3), 389-410. doi:10.1007/s10940-011-9145-7
    • Trautner, M. (2011). Tort reform and access to justice: How legal environments shape lawyers’ case selection. Qualitative Sociology, 34(4), 523-538. doi:10.1007/s11133-011-9203-3
    • Social Science
    • Charnley, S., & Durham, W. H. (2010). Anthropology and environmental policy: What counts? American Anthropologist, (3), 397. doi:10.1111/j.1548-1433.2010.01248.x
    • Cohen, A. (2012). Sweating the vote: Heat and abstention in the US House of Representatives. PS: Political Science & Politics, (1)
    • Fouts, H. N., Hewlett, B. S., & Lamb, M. E. (2012). A biocultural approach to breastfeeding interactions in Central Africa. American Anthropologist, (1), 123. doi:10.1111/j.1548-1433.2011.01401.x
    • Fulton, S. A. (2012). Running backwards and in high heels: The gendered quality gap and incumbent electoral success. Political Research Quarterly, (2). 303.
    • Sociology
    • Atkinson, M. (2004). Tattooing and civilizing processes: Body modification as self-control. Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology, 41(2), 125-146.
    • Glass, P. G. (2012). Doing scene: Identity, space, and the interactional accomplishment of youth culture. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 41(6), 695. doi:10.1177/0891241612454104
    • Oyelere, R., & Oyolola, M. (2012). The role of race and birth place in welfare usage among comparable women: Evidence from the U.S. Review of Black Political Economy, 39(3), 285-297. doi:10.1007/s12114-011-9122-2
    • Park, J., & Denson, N. (2013). When race and class both matter: The relationship between socioeconomic diversity, racial diversity, and student reports of cross-class interaction. Research in Higher Education, 54(7), 725-745. doi:10.1007/s11162-013-9289-4
  2. Read the resource below.
  3. Employ the methods detailed in the Learning Commons resource to critique the article you selected in Step 1. At a minimum, the critique should include the following information:
  • Introduction (about two pages)
    Summarize the article you chose, including discussions surrounding the purpose of the study, the methodology utilized, the results obtained, and the conclusions drawn by the author(s) utilizing questions posed in the reading. Utilize questions posed in the “Analyze the Text” section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section. You must include the full APA citation for the article in your references page.
  • Body (about five pages)
    Determine both the strengths and weaknesses of each section of the paper (i.e., introduction, methods, results, discussion, overview). Use questions posed in the “Evaluate the Text” section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section.
  • Conclusion (about three pages)
    Discuss the significance of the research. Utilize questions posed in the “Establish the Significance of the Research” section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section.

Writing the Final Paper
The Final Paper:

  1. Must be 8 to 10 double-spaced pages in length (excluding title and reference pages), and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
  2. Must include a title page with the following:
    • Title of paper
    • Student’s name
    • Course name and number
    • Instructor’s name
    • Date submitted
  3. Must use at least two scholarly resources, including a minimum of one from the Ashford University Library.
  4. Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  5. Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.


 Write a  


The topic of the paper is ” TOURISM CONSTRAINTS AMONG SENIORS” and it is a literature report. 

The report is a summary of other 12 reports with the same topic and it needs some adjustments. 

Bellow find attached the 12 reports and the one that has to be corrected.






Audiobook vs. regular book? What are the pros and cons of each?