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For this second Contextual Analysis Discussion, you should make at least one original contextual analysis post and two comments to other posts for each module.  Posts should be in full, grammatically correct sentences that create at least one solid response of at least 1200 words–make sure you include a word count. The word count does NOT include any headers or references section.  All posts must be relevant to the assigned materials (although you may build upon previous knowledge from earlier weeks and include personal observations). Start by answering the prompt, and then build upon the prompt to consider your own perspectives and experiences. You MUST attach photos and web links to support your position.  An important part of your grade for this assignment is to communicate with your classmates. Because this is intended to be your opportunity to discuss topics with your classmates, the professor/TA will generally refrain from commenting or actively participating in the discussions aside from reading and grading them.  

Each of the two comments should be at least 400 words (include a word count) on two different classmates’ posts each module to receive full credit. 

Posts: For this post, select one work of art (cinema, theatre, or dance) that has NOT been already analyzed or extensively discussed in the course readings or videos…part of the fun in learning about art is in DISCOVERING it!  You are required to make one post to conduct both a formal and contextual analysis or your chosen work.  Then, you will compare it to the work you selected in Module 1, the work you selected in Module 2, AND to any other work in Module 1 or Module 2 that was analyzed by another student in this class.  This will give you FOUR works to discuss in this assignment:

  • One work of art you select from the mediums we discussed in this module (cinema, theatre, or dance) in which you conduct a formal and contextual analysis with social angles.
  • You then compare the work you chose in this module (cinema, theatre, or dance) with the work you chose in module 1 (two-dimensional art or three-dimensional art).  This comparison will be a brief compare/contrast/ways of seeing between the two works.
  • Next, compare the work you chose in this module (cinema, theatre, or dance) with the work you chose in module 2 (architecture, literature, or music).  This comparison will be a brief compare/contrast/ways of seeing between the two works.
  • Last, you compare the work you chose in this module to any other work analyzed in module 1 or 2 by a peer.  Again, this comparison will be a brief compare/contrast/ways of seeing between the two works.

This process expands your skills of doing a contextual analysis by comparing works to each other.

In a narrative format, the post should contain the following elements:

  • Define and Identify: Brief information about the artist and work.  For example, birth/death dates, place of birth or work, where work is displayed, name of work, medium of work, context for creation of work.  
  • Experience and Appreciation: For example, where you found the work (website, another book, museum), what made you select the work, what about this work speaks to you.
  • Observe and Analyze: Use and underline three terms that were introduced in the module to observe/analyze your chosen work.  Add any other relevant information to improve your paper.
  • Critique and Compare: Compare your work to the selections from Modules 1 and 2 and a peer’s.  Consider the impact of the work on a particular social angle and/or the evolution of the media.  Consider the impact of experiencing the work on your general outlook on the medium or appreciation of art.
  • Apply Social Angles AND Context: Identify at least one social angle from the list below that can be observed or analyzed as part of the work.  Address how the social angle is connected to the work.  Plus, a thorough contextual analysis of the historical, cultural, and social implications should be discussed.
    • race and ethnicity,
    • gender and sexuality,
    • class and highbrow/low,
    • colonialism, postcolonialism, place and regionalism,
    • nature (environment, ecology) and culture,
    • memory, history, generational identity,
    • food culture, and
    • body and mind

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I’m working on a computer science project and need support to help me learn.

instructions

1.Video Review

  • Watch the 3 short videos for an overview of what Tableau can do

Tableau – Connecting to a Data Set

(Links to an external site.)

3 min. (start at 1:25min. as I am providing the data set – in Step 3)

Tableau – Explaining Dimensions and Measures

(Links to an external site.)

– 3 min.

Tableau – Creating Bar Charts

(Links to an external site.)

– 6 min.

  • Watch the 2 longer videos showing Interactive Dashboards
  • **Note** For Business Majors – An Interactive Dashboard Video (3 -5 min.) is needed to receive credit towards your Data Science Certification**

Tableau Mock “Hollywood movies”

(Links to an external site.)

– Starting at 8:43min create a new dashboard and then at 12 min shows the Interactive Dashboard

Tableau Dashboard Tips

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13min – This video shows how to build an excellent Interactive Dashboard

2.. Download the Windows or Mac Application file to install (below)

download Mac Tableau App – Install file download

  • Review free Tableau videos below -you will have to login (after you install Tableau)

Tableau – Free training videos

3. Download the Excel Data set file (below) – Save to a location on your computer

Tableau Cyber Security Breaches Data Set

download

  • Launch Tableau and Open the Cyber Security data set file (Watch video from Step 1)

4. Analyze the data using Tableau (Use the Lab for assistance)

For Assistance – Join Tableau Help Lab (Microsoft Teams Meeting)

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5. Create 4 Tableau visualization sheets (Q1 – Q4 – below)

  • Then Upload screenshots or doc with sheets via Canvas – 1 pt. per sheet
  • IF YOU ARE A BUSINESS MAJOR – Continue to Step 6

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Q1. Create a bar graph showing the states with number of breaches. sort the bar chart in descending order

Click here for creating Q1 Tableau Visualization sheet

download

Q2. Create a Map based visualization showing states with total individuals affected

Q3. Create a Pie chart with types of breaches. show the ‘Percentage of total’ for the type of breaches

Q4. Show the sum of individuals affected based on location of breach. And, show only location where more than 500k individuals were affected. also, Exclude ‘other’ from the visualization

6. a Tableau Interactive Dashboard video (3-5 min.)- showing 3 of the 4 sheets in an Interactive Dashboard

Links to an external site.)

7. Record your Tableau Interactive Dashboard data analysis session

  • Review Video link below – it will show you how to record your Tableau Interactive Dashboard data analysis session using Teams
  • You will turn on the Camera and introduce yourself: Name, Course and that you are doing a Tableau data analysis session
  • **Note** – At first you can’t hear so just follow along – Once he accesses Teams you will be able to hear good
    • The USF Tableau mentor created this for us ;0)

Teams “How to Recording Tableau Interactive Dashboard Data analysis session”

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9. Review – Ex. of a student Tableau video that passed and received credit!

Student Video with a Tableau Interactive Dashboard

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After you are done please write the script analysis for each data for the video. The example is the in Number 9.

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Write an essay on The pros and cons of Medical Tourism in not less than 900 words. Use the information given in the four texts effectively for supporting your arguments.

  • You must support your points/arguments by citing the sources.
  • Articulate your voice on the ideas and support them with references from the texts.
  • Paraphrase, Summarise, direct quote (10%) only.
  • Take care of paragraph as well as essay organisation.
  • Prepare a reference list at the end.
  • Use Harvard style of referencing for in text citation and list of references.

TEXT 1:

When it comes to healthcare, the US is probably the most heavily regulated country in the world. Step outside US borders, and the standards will generally be lower. These strict rules are one reason why the US has a very high standard in healthcare facilities. On the other hand there are countries where there are no standards at all for medical care. This difference in standards and good practices make the Unites States of America a first choice for many people from around the globe for medical tourism. Common processes that we take for granted, such as sterilization, purity of blood supply and use of appropriate syringes may have lower standards in other countries. It has been thus seen that people who go for treatment to other countries return with other complications. This not only doubles their cost on their healthcare but also puts their lives in a dangerous situation. This is why more and more people now opt for going to the US for their healthcare requirements, even if costs are higher than most of the countries in the world. In short expenses can be kept aside as life and health is more important than money.

TEXT 1: Internet

Access date

Yesterday

Year

2019

Title

Healthcare andTourism

Website

Ministry of Health Malaysia

Available from

www.medtourist/moh.ma

TEXT 2:

There are many risks involved in travelling to any foreign country and these risks can multiply when you’re going to a country for medical treatment. First and foremost, if you don’t speak the local language, there can be problems in communication. This can cause you problems during the whole of your stay. People have found it difficult to communicate with the doctors even and thus it was difficult for them to let the people know about the details of their medical condition. Some hospitals have trained translators but it solves the problem only partly. It is difficult to have a translator with you the whole time. You may also not comprehend local customs and practices and thus unknowingly might do things which can bring problems for you. Finally, travel itself can be difficult when recovering from a major surgery and it is difficult and expensive to stay for longer periods for recovering fully from the medical condition.

Patients also have issues with follow-ups after surgeries. Most of the time after a major medical procedure, there is always a necessity of follow-up. While you can be in a foreign country for a major surgery but after a sometime it will be difficult to get follow-up at periodic intervals. Doctors at home – who are not involved in the initial procedure – may not be willing to handle follow-up unless it is an emergency situation.

TEXT 2: Book

Author

Greg Richards and Benson Martial

Year

2018

Title: Tourism

Developing Medical Tourism

Edition

2nd

Address

New York

Publisher

Swan

Page

255

TEXT 3:

On many occasions having a treatment in a Developed country like the US is not easy to take. There are issues which are not easy to tackle. One big question is the cost which is incurred on these medical procedures. On the other hand the same procedures can easily be done in a developing country with less than half the cost even. The cost of a major healthcare procedure in a developing country may be only a fraction of what it is in the US. For example, it may cost $10,000 for open heart surgery in India, while the same procedure would cost $150,000 in the US.

Another argument which is given is the fact that most of these doctors in the developing countries studied and got training in the US, so the quality of their expertise cannot be questioned. Most of the doctors even in the third world countries have some degrees from the west which gives them a credible position in their respective countries. This gives a clear reason for people to travel to countries where they can treat their health issues with less burden on their pockets. So we can say that it is not necessary to go an expensive country like the US for medical tourism, rather it is more advisable to go to a developing country which has all the medical facilities with lower costs.

TEXT 3: Journal

Page

30-34

Article

Why ‘no’ to medical Tourism.

Author

Catherine Jones

Volume

17

Issue

4

Journal

Growing Tourism

Year

2016

TEXT 4:

Insurance policies of companies are different from one another but all of them have areas which are not covered. This means that even paying for a medical insurance will not ensure that you will get the desired treatment done by the insurance agency. Alongside this the hassle of waiting for approvals and the time taken on this is also a difficult procedure. Thus many patients in Europe choose to travel to Asia for their healthcare requirements. Jason Thomas recently went through a medical procedure in Thailand. When asked about the insurance he said that ‘Even if you have a good insurance policy, there are always exclusions. Not only will these treatments be uncovered by insurance, they’ll also be very expensive here in the EU. The lower-cost in less developed countries could enable you to have a procedure that you could never afford in the EU or some other rich countries’. He also mentioned the fact that he required a major surgery to be done on him immediately so it was easy going straight to a cheap country for doing the procedure rather than wait for approvals and paper work to be completed by his insurance company. He was also very happy with the care and attention he received during his stay in the hospital.

TEXT 4: Internet

Available from

GKI Hospitals

Date/year

(2016)

Accessed on

3rd February, 2020

Website

http://www.medtourist/News-Details

Page title

Medical Tourists and their Importance

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WHAT:Research and write a Recommendation Report that persuades readers to take action inresponseto adefined problem within arealcompany or organization.Format Requirements:•8+ pages of written content (plus cover page, table of contents, and references page)•Proper APA format for all aspects of the report, including cover page, table of contents,•abstract, in-text citations, and references page•6+ researched sources used within text of the document and listed on the references•Page•Final draft of document will not contain any direct quotes; all information obtained from other sources must be paraphrased and cited in the text of the document in proper APA format.•Polished writing (i.e.no errors in spelling, syntax, capitalization, punctuation)•Organized paragraphs and sections•12-point Times New Roman font•Double-spaced lines•3rdperson point of viewRHETORICAL ARRANGEMENT (You must use these subheadings)I.Cover page(Use model provided in A Writer’s Reference.)II.Table of Contents(Use professor’s guidelines.)III.Abstract(This is a summary of the Recommendation Report using APA format based on model provided in A Writer’s Reference; 150-250 words in length.)IV.Introduction1.Define the problem that the company needsto solve. Include any necessary contextual or background information.2.Describe the company so the reader has a clear understanding of the organization and then defineyourrole within (or relationship to) the organization.3.Define a target audience for the report.

4.Describetherecommended solution (thesis statement) and the benefits the solutionwill provide the target audience.V.Discussion(you may include more points in this section than those listed below)1.Argueonepoint of supportfor thesis (clearly stated in a strong topic sentence)with cited research data that supports the point2.Argueanother point of supportfor thesis (clearly stated in a strong topic sentence)withcited research data that supports the point3.Argueanother point of supportfor thesis (clearly stated in a strong topic sentence)withcited research data that supports the point4.Addresspotential opposition (in a separate paragraphor include itwithinparticular points of the discussion)VI.Conclusion/Recommendation1.Emphasize the benefits of accepting the recommendation for the target audience.2.Call to action: Describe next steps the target audience must take to implement yourrecommendation.VII.References(Use guidelines provided in A Writer’s Reference.)HOW:Remember to refer to your annotated bibliography and your memorandum for your sources, thesis statement, and other work to prepare for this report. WHY:The Recommendation Report, an informative, analytical business document, uses facts from research to persuade an audience to take action in response to a defined issue or need. Recommendation Reports:•communicate a recommended solution or plan of action from one organization to another;•communicate a recommended solution or plan of action from an individual to an organization;•solve an internal problem.This assignment allows you to demonstrate understanding of rhetorical appeals and definitions used in business communication through a formal, written report. It reinforces knowledge of writing as a process in which you use personal and collaborative revision and editing skills in service of substantive revision.

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