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Does Maslow’s research reveal to us that in order to achieve our full potential we need to be an interdisciplinary person and thinker? Why or why not.

This paper will require a minimum of 3 sources.
(1) You must use the article A Theory Of
Human Motivation by Abraham Maslow as one of your sources.
(2) One will be from the
unit 7.3 bulletin board that was posted by another student. SHOWN BELOW
Rethinking the Place of Love Needs in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

In this article, the author Or Oved introduces the idea that the Love level need should be placed below safety and security in Maslow’s Hierarchy. Her argument essentially states the need for love should be placed second in the hierarchy to physiological needs because it precedes the need for safety. Thus without the connection formed in meaningful relationships, the concern for safety and security would not exist. Oved introduces an interesting twist to Maslow’s hierarchy by asserting that intimate relationships with family and friends drive the desire for personal safety. Her perception is that interpersonal relationships are the true motivator that drives people to create safety and security for one another and society.

Oved, Or. “Rethinking the Place of Love Needs in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.” Society (New Brunswick) 54.6 (2017): 537-38. Web

Cultivating Employees Using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

In this article, the authors, Carol Stewart, Omid Nodoushani, and Jason Stumpf use Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs to define the importance of workplace happiness. They use Maslow’s theory to explain the workplace environment through the hierarchy of needs triangle. Their assertion is through the use of Maslow’s theory management is better able to create a harmonious workplace by meeting their employees in each tier of the pyramid. It is only but doing so that a business will truly maximize the potential of their workforce. They are able to associate each tier of Maslow’s pyramid to practices and corresponding needs that each person desire in their career. This perspective correlates the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory directly with the operations of the workplace and management of personnel.
(3)The final (3rd source) will be
one that you found on your own.
2. Write an 8-10 page interdisciplinary critical analysis essay as described in the instructions
below.
3. Use APA formatting as described in this sample paper.
https://pacsit.oucreate.com/sample.pdf
Use the sample paper as a template for title page, references page, in-text citations, and
level 1, 2, and 3 headings. (You should include level 1 headings fore each needs
category. You may or may not use levels 2 and 3, depending on how you write your
paper).
4. Cite all 3+ resources in the “References” section at the end of your paper.
5. Proper use of in-text citation is required. (see sample paper)
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INTRODUCTION (1 page)
• Capture the attention of the reader with an introduction, ending with a strong thesis
statement centered around these two questions: Does Maslow’s research reveal to us
that in order to achieve our full potential we need to be an interdisciplinary person and
thinker? Why or why not? Be specific and explain your answers. Does Maslow’s
research reveal to us that the key to self-actualization is interdisciplinarity? (see
CONCLUSIONS section for more details.)
BODY (6-8 pages)
The bulk of your paper should be in evaluating each of Maslow’s needs levels. Each level
should contain the following.
• Basic (Physiological) needs (1-2 pages)
o An overview of the basic physiological needs.
o Discuss how other disciplines are using this level as described in the articles.
o Give your personal reflection and insights about this level of needs. How
does it relate to your life?
• Safety needs (1-2 pages)
o An overview of the safety needs.
o Discuss how other disciplines are using this level as described in the articles.
o Give your personal reflection and insights about this level of needs. How
does it relate to your life?
• Love and belonging needs (1-2 pages)
o An overview of the love and belonging needs.
o Discuss how other disciplines are using this level as described in the articles.
o Give your personal reflection and insights about this level of needs. How
does it relate to your life?
• Esteem needs (1-2 pages)
o An overview of the esteem needs.
o Discuss how other disciplines are using this level as described in the articles.
o Give your personal reflection and insights about this level of needs. How
does it relate to your life?
• Self-Actualization needs (1-2 pages)
o An overview of the self-actualization needs.
o Discuss how other disciplines are using this level as described in the articles.
o Give your personal reflection and insights about this level of needs. How
does it relate to your life?

CONCLUSIONS (1 page)
By its very nature Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs pyramid contains interdisciplinary
components. It includes aspects of all three areas of knowledge that you have studied in this course
(humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences) and includes disciplines ranging from biology to
art and creativity. You have identified and defined the disciplines associated with each of Maslow’s
needs levels. You have also explored each level in the context of your own life. In your conclusion,
give us your critical analysis of these two questions: Does Maslow’s research reveal to us that in
order to achieve our full potential we need to be an interdisciplinary person and thinker? Why or
why not? Be specific and explain your answers. Does Maslow’s research reveal to us that the key to
self-actualization is interdisciplinarity? Why or why not? Be specific and explain your answers.

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What could have better contributed more to your growth and learning process as a writer?

I already add the instructions of the writing. In the part that says something like, What could have better contributed more to your growth and learning process as a writer? You can put something like that I should have done the assignments with more time and not leave everything to the last moment, so I could have time to correct the errors.
I know that the work is more like my experience, but I need this service because I don’t have time to do the assignment.
If you need any personal comments or questions, don’t hesitate to write to me.
Thanks.

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What is sincere curiosity? How do I come up with a good research question?

You are invited to devise your own research question in connection with Henry David Thoreau, Walden; Or, Life in the Woods, 1854. Your goal is to develop a paper that explores and thinks through your opening big-picture question. Like the last time, you must make one major claim and develop it through several distinct minor claims, grounding each in vivid and original close-readings of carefully chosen passages. You must also address yourself to the author’s project; all good writing will. The main difference is that this time you must also bridge into your close-reading analyses interdisciplinary research. Your paper should be interdisciplinary, to the extent that, though the focus is literary, you also incorporate research in at least two other disciplines, religion, and science. This paper requires research and so it is, in one sense, a research paper, but I call it a discovery paper in order to emphasize how I would like you to approach this assignment. The term “re-search” denotes an activity of looking again or searching again the past. This is part of your job but it ought not to be mistaken for the main job of doing scholarly, critical work; the main job is the discovery process, that you must aim to discover and find a way of communicating something that you think is worth saying to other readers. Thus, the main job is not looking backward, but looking forward and with your reader in mind. Engaging this discovery process means beginning with sincere curiosity.
What is sincere curiosity? How do I come up with a good research question?
Instead of beginning with a major claim, begin with a sincere question which you genuinely are not sure how to think about. Ask yourself: what sincere questions has the course raised for me? What do I wish to understand more clearly? What patterns do I notice across the texts? What might these patterns suggest about habits or innovations in the American cultural mind? How do these texts appear to be in conversation with one another? Choose one or two texts and really investigate them, reading them closely, aiming to discover how they speak to your question. In this way, aim to treat your text(s) like a strange, foreign object; strange, foreign objects demand close, careful, patient and recursive attention if anything worthwhile about them is to become known. The goal of great writing is not proving that you know but explaining what you know, what you’ve worked so hard to think about more clearly. Your job is to share your process and hard-won perspective with us.
Structural Guidelines
7 pages | 12pt font, double-spaced | Times New Roman.
A successful essay should possess the following:
1) Claims
2) Close-reading
3) Bridging to at least 2 sources in other disciplines. The sources must be substantial and/or scholarly; substantial, scholarly sources are journal articles from peer-reviewed journals and publications written by scholars/academics/experts and published by academic presses, not encyclopedia entries or anything found through Google. Oxford Reference is great to cite something quick but does not count as doing real research. The art of doing and using research is about how you put things together. Which secondary sources are you going to use in order to put your original thing together? Whose perspectives will be invited to your party? Be deliberate with what you choose, and thoughtful about the seating arrangements!
NOTE: I want this paper to be about how Thoreau adds to climate change and nature and religion which are the two other interdisciplinary approach while also carefully analyzing his text. The sources used must neatly align with the textbook and how it relates to each other.

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Discuss the novel, Music of the Mill, addressing its literary aspects, its author, Luis Rodriguez, or any of the many issues the novel deals with.

Discuss the novel, Music of the Mill, addressing its literary aspects, its author, Luis Rodriguez, or any of the many issues the novel deals with, such as the history of California, the working class, the US economy, immigration, street or gang life, the revival of native culture, the American dream, class struggle, trade unionism, racial, ethnic and gender divisions, the role of socialists etc.

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Show how elements of your chosen gothic story combine to create a gothic tale.

1. Show how elements of your chosen gothic story combine to create a gothic tale. You will write an analysis paragraph that explains how the author uses gothic elements to create their story.
The choosen text : “The Masque of the Red Death”
Consider the most compelling gothic elements.
2. You will create an infographic that takes inspiration from these gothic stories, so show me that you can create a truly frightening image.
3. You will need to put a total word count on the last page (minimum 200).
Check the attached rubric and infographic resources

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How do the slaveholders contribute to the moral disintegration of their slaves?

Using Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas
How do the slaveholders contribute to the moral disintegration of their slaves?

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Write a rhetorical analysis of a speech that examines/analyzes in terms of how it employs rhetoric, or how persuasive or convincing the work is.

Write a rhetorical analysis of a speech that examines/analyzes in terms of how it employs rhetoric, or how persuasive or convincing the work is.

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The poem i worked on is “we wear the mask” i will like the writer to login in my student portal to understand the assignment and also to be able to pull up the poem for the writing.

The assignment is week 1 project. The poem I worked on is “We Wear the Mask” I will like the writer to login in my student portal to understand the assignment and also to be able to pull up the poem for the writing.

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Doesn’t have to be exactly 10 sources.

Doesn’t have to be exactly 10 sources. Also I provided some reasons for and against but you can make whatever changes you want

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What does it reveal about the speaker(s)?

500-750 words (approx. 2-3 pages)
As mentioned below, for this essay, I will be using Shylock’s monologue from the Merchant of Venice. You will need to cite this book and also correctly use in-text citations for the page numbers. The monologue that will be used for this essay is in act 3 scene 1, lines 40-54. Here is a link to the text
https://www-oxfordscholarlyeditions-com.utk.idm.oclc.org/view/10.1093/actrade/9780199591152.book.1/actrade-9780199591152-610-div3-13?product=nos&r-1=1.000&wm-1=1&t-1=workmap-tab&p1-1=1&w1-1=1.000&p2-1=1&w2-1=0.286&p3-1=0&w3-1=0.286
INSTRUCTIONS:
In a brief essay, do a focused, thesis-driven analysis of a single dramatic speech from either A Midsummer Night’s Dream or The Merchant of Venice. The passage you choose should be approximately 7-15 lines long. It should be spoken by a single character. It can be an excerpt from a longer speech if you wish. You can choose either a soliloquy (i.e., spoken by a character who is alone onstage) or a speech drawn from a character’s dialogue with others.
Your essay will not just paraphrase what the speech is saying, or talk about how it advances the plot. Instead, you will make a short argument about some specific aspect of its content and form. Organize your paper around a clear thesis, and support it with evidence from the text. As you craft your thesis, you might ask yourself some of the following questions: what is interesting to you about this passage? What does it reveal about the speaker(s)? What does it tell us about their past, their emotional state, or their worldview? Does the character seem to be in control of their thoughts and feelings, or does the speech expose things about the character that they don’t intend or realize? How is the speech put together? What is striking about its vocabulary or sentence structure? Is there an image or idea in the speech that catches your eye? Why is it there? What is Shakespeare using it to convey? Is it connected to other aspects of the play? Does the speech use rhyme or other sound effects? Why?
Whatever argument you come up with, try to support your case with as much direct evidence as you can. Quote specific words and phrases that reinforce the claims you’re making. Try to highlight details of the speech’s language and structure, such as its diction, its handling of rhythm, its imagery or symbolism, or any other aspect of it that supports your thesis about the passage’s meaning.
Your thesis doesn’t need to be big or complicated, just a narrowly focused organizing idea to guide your close reading. And you don’t have to mention every single interesting detail that you find in your passage; just use the ones that best support the argument you’re making.
If you choose a speech that we discussed at length in class—although I recommend against this—please try to avoid repeating material from our discussion wherever possible.
A sample assignment written by a student in a recent Shakespeare class is posted in the Modules area (see the Essay Grading and Tips section) to give you a sense of what I’m looking for. You’re welcome to get in touch with me if you’d like advice or suggestions as you put this together.
PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION TO FORMATTING AND PROOFREADING. Essays with several careless errors—and this includes the improper formatting of quotations—will be penalized. A separate title page is not necessary, but please do title your essay and put both your name and my name on the first page of text. Please number your pages. A works cited page is not strictly necessary unless you use a source other than Shakespeare’s plays. For more detailed guidelines on handling quotations, I urge you to look closely at the “formatting quotations” handouts posted in the Modules area (see Essay Grading and Tips) and ask me if you have further questions.