Differences between Primary and Secondary Sources

Differences between Primary and Secondary Sources

Identify the difference between a primary and a secondary source in literature. Pick any topic for your research proposal, give one example from the research reports that you are using for that topic.
Examine the references from one of the research reports that you are using in this topic. Evaluate the range of dates used in the report.
In PDF form, attach the abstracts from the three research reports that you will use in designing your proposal.

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The OPPA Associate Administrator provided another EMRAAS Pilot Project Team update to FEMA senior leadership

The OPPA Associate Administrator provided another EMRAAS Pilot Project Team update to FEMA senior leadership

RAT 3 Topic

PILOT PROJECT WEATHER EVENT STATUS
Tropical Storm Lani is now showing wind speeds averaging a consistent 60-65 miles per hour (mph). Current tracking and modeling point to an expectation that Tropical Storm Lani will develop sufficiently over the next several days to reach the threshold criteria to become classified as a Category 1 hurricane – i.e., sustained wind speeds of 74-95 mph. Over the last several days, Tropical Storm Lani has continued a somewhat westerly direction now approximately 1,100 miles east of Puerto Rico. The latest forecast is still projecting a landfall to the U.S. east coast between Norfolk VA and Charleston, SC. The next forecast is expected to provide a more defined landfall area of focus once then-Hurricane Lani’s path is better estimated based on nearing populated land masses within the northern Caribbean geographical area.
BACKGROUND
The OPPA Associate Administrator provided another EMRAAS Pilot Project Team update to FEMA senior leadership. One of the topics raised for EMRAAS Pilot Project Team consideration was that of resources; specifically, what type and in what amounts. It was acknowledged by FEMA senior leadership that detailed planning at this point would be “big picture” in nature. However, emergency management-related resources from a national perspective are not unlimited and sufficient lead-time will be needed to ensure proper resources are strategically located in advance of a Hurricane Lani landfall. This strategic pre-positioning approach is preferred to provide emergency management support as quickly as possible to those landfall areas most impacted by the Hurricane Lani weather event.
Of specific interested from FEMA senior leadership was the identification and prioritization of those emergency support function (ESF) capabilities thought by the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team to be most in demand after landfall. Since there are 15 different ESF categories, FEMA senior leadership is intensely interested in the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team’s initial thoughts regarding those ESFs considered “most important.” With this information, FEMA senior leadership – and other relevant internal and external stakeholders – can begin the necessary planning actions to proactively start to request, schedule, and pre-position the prioritized ESF capabilities as soon as possible and certainly before actual landfall.
As a result, the OPPA Associate Administrator has tasked the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team for a point paper that provides our Team’s brainstorming thoughts on which ESF sectors the Team views as “most important” when it comes to best ensuring the most effective and efficient disaster preparedness and subsequent response/recovery actions to be taken by the whole emergency management community for the benefit of all affected stakeholders.
RAPID ACTION TASKER #3
Part 1: Request the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team to briefly discuss the role of “emergency support function” (ESF) sectors as they relate to emergency management. How are they organized and why?
Part 2: Based on a projected Hurricane Lani landfall between the Norfolk, VA and Charleston, SC geographical area, conduct your own research to recommend which two (2) emergency support functions (ESFs) you deem as “most important” for preparedness and subsequent response/recovery emergency management support activities related to Hurricane Lani. Briefly provide rationale for your recommendation.
The following link serves as a starting point for some relevant information to this tasking.
• FEMA National Response Framework: Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) [Webpage]
DELIVERABLE FORMAT
Post your answer with supporting in-text citations and a reference list (in APA 7th edition format) to the Discussions page / Week 3 forum / EMRAAS RAT #3 topic folder.

 

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Tropical Storm Lani is now showing wind speeds averaging a consistent 60-65 miles per hour

Tropical Storm Lani is now showing wind speeds averaging a consistent 60-65 miles per hour

RAT 3 Topic

PILOT PROJECT WEATHER EVENT STATUS
Tropical Storm Lani is now showing wind speeds averaging a consistent 60-65 miles per hour (mph). Current tracking and modeling point to an expectation that Tropical Storm Lani will develop sufficiently over the next several days to reach the threshold criteria to become classified as a Category 1 hurricane – i.e., sustained wind speeds of 74-95 mph. Over the last several days, Tropical Storm Lani has continued a somewhat westerly direction now approximately 1,100 miles east of Puerto Rico. The latest forecast is still projecting a landfall to the U.S. east coast between Norfolk VA and Charleston, SC. The next forecast is expected to provide a more defined landfall area of focus once then-Hurricane Lani’s path is better estimated based on nearing populated land masses within the northern Caribbean geographical area.
BACKGROUND
The OPPA Associate Administrator provided another EMRAAS Pilot Project Team update to FEMA senior leadership. One of the topics raised for EMRAAS Pilot Project Team consideration was that of resources; specifically, what type and in what amounts. It was acknowledged by FEMA senior leadership that detailed planning at this point would be “big picture” in nature. However, emergency management-related resources from a national perspective are not unlimited and sufficient lead-time will be needed to ensure proper resources are strategically located in advance of a Hurricane Lani landfall. This strategic pre-positioning approach is preferred to provide emergency management support as quickly as possible to those landfall areas most impacted by the Hurricane Lani weather event.
Of specific interested from FEMA senior leadership was the identification and prioritization of those emergency support function (ESF) capabilities thought by the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team to be most in demand after landfall. Since there are 15 different ESF categories, FEMA senior leadership is intensely interested in the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team’s initial thoughts regarding those ESFs considered “most important.” With this information, FEMA senior leadership – and other relevant internal and external stakeholders – can begin the necessary planning actions to proactively start to request, schedule, and pre-position the prioritized ESF capabilities as soon as possible and certainly before actual landfall.
As a result, the OPPA Associate Administrator has tasked the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team for a point paper that provides our Team’s brainstorming thoughts on which ESF sectors the Team views as “most important” when it comes to best ensuring the most effective and efficient disaster preparedness and subsequent response/recovery actions to be taken by the whole emergency management community for the benefit of all affected stakeholders.
RAPID ACTION TASKER #3
Part 1: Request the EMRAAS Pilot Project Team to briefly discuss the role of “emergency support function” (ESF) sectors as they relate to emergency management. How are they organized and why?
Part 2: Based on a projected Hurricane Lani landfall between the Norfolk, VA and Charleston, SC geographical area, conduct your own research to recommend which two (2) emergency support functions (ESFs) you deem as “most important” for preparedness and subsequent response/recovery emergency management support activities related to Hurricane Lani. Briefly provide rationale for your recommendation.
The following link serves as a starting point for some relevant information to this tasking.
• FEMA National Response Framework: Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) [Webpage]
DELIVERABLE FORMAT
Post your answer with supporting in-text citations and a reference list (in APA 7th edition format) to the Discussions page / Week 3 forum / EMRAAS RAT #3 topic folder.

 

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Quality improvement and quality assurance arrangements

Quality improvement and quality assurance arrangements

Explain the function of self-assessment and self-evaluation in the quality cycle.

The student should submit an essay explaining the function of self-assessment and self-evaluation in the
quality cycle.

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Should college athletes get paid?

Should college athletes get paid? Why should college athletes get paid? Should college athletes be paid? How much would this cost? Alternatively, should college athletes be turned professional? Consider the far-reaching
consequences of the policy, whichever it may be.
Minimum 1,500 words, not including the citations.

A clearly stated thesis: this means you will state, in a sentence that can be underlined, the position regarding the topic that you will defend. In other words, your thesis is the central & overall contention regarding the issue.

Do not merely repeat the general topic, but state an arguable position that the rest of your composition will explain, defend, and support. A well-structured presentation: this means the information in your summary is ordered in a logical and coherent design.

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Structural realism liberalism arguments made by the authors of God’s Century

5. We discussed a number of contending theoretical perspectives (structural realism, liberalism, etc.). Select two theoretical perspectives and explain how each of those perspectives might evaluate the arguments made by the authors of God’s Century. Explain your reasoning. Which perspective has the stronger case? Why?

 

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John Mearsheimer’s assessment of the rise of China

What is John Mearsheimer’s assessment of the rise of China? Why does he hold that view? How might authors in other schools of thought that we have studied respond to Mearsheimer?

 

 

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just war tradition and ethical approaches to war

What is the just war tradition? How does it differ from other ethical approaches to war? In the just war tradition, what is the significance of the terms ius ad bellum and ius in bello? What views do Elshtain, Morkevičius, and Christoyannopoulos have regarding the morality of war? What reasoning do they give? How do they interrogate each other’s views? That is, what would they say to each other?

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