Alcoholism, Signature Assignment Final Stage: Presentation help

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Create a 5- to 7-minute presentation that must include:

  • Introduction (approximately 1 minute):
    • Introduce your topic and question. 
    • Why did it interest you? How does it relate to your degree program?
    • What should the audience learn from your presentation?
  • Visuals/Evidence (approximately 4-5 minutes):
    • Show your tables, scatterplot, graphs, calculations, and any other evidence to support your conclusion(s).
    • Discuss why you selected each visuals/evidence.
  • Conclusion (approximately 1 minute):
    • Restate your topic and question and give your answer to the question.
    • How confident are you that your conclusion is sound?
    • What work would need to be done to increase your confidence?
    • Discuss what you learned from this project.

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Rubric (New Classroom) (MTH/216) Analytic Rubric Template Course ID: MTH/216 Course Title: Quantitative Reasoning II Signature Assignment Title: Week 5 Final Presentation Total Number of Points: 100 Signature Assignment Description/Directions to students. You have worked on one topic and question for the duration of this course that focused on numbers and their meaning and drawing appropriate conclusions. Instruction: Create a PowerPoint® presentation that includes speaker notes. Length must be 5- to -7 minutes (consider this when writing your speaker notes). Your presentation must include:    Introduction (approximately 1 minute): o Introduce your topic and question. o Why did it interest you? How does it relate to your degree program? o What should the audience learn from your presentation? Visuals/Evidence (approximately 4- to -5 minutes): o Show your tables, scatterplot, graphs, calculations, and any other evidence to support your conclusion(s) o Discuss why you selected each visuals/evidence. Conclusion (approximately 1 minute) o Restate your topic and question and give your answer to the question. o How confident are you that your conclusion is sound? o What work would need to be done to increase your confidence? o Discuss what you learned from this project. 1 PSLO: CLO# Dimensions or Assignment Criteria Does Not Meet Expectations Approaches Expectations (1.00) (2.00) Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations (3.00) (4.00) Demonstrate exceptional ability in the use of visuals to show their ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms. Weight: CLO# 2.2 Numbers and Meaning CLO# 2.2.1 Students will use mathematical principles to interpret various math forms. CLO# 2.2 Numbers and Meaning CLO# 2.2.2 Students will use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms. CLO# 2.2 Numbers and Meaning CLO# 2.2.3 Students will perform mathematical Computations. Weight: 25% Weight: 25% Weight: 25% Does not demonstrate evidence with the use of visuals that show the ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms. Demonstrate some evidence with the use of visuals of ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms, however there are major data errors contained in the visuals. Demonstrate sound skill in the use of visuals to show their ability to use mathematical principles to interpret math forms, even though there may be minor data errors contained in the visuals. There is little or no demonstration of the student’s ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms such as in support of a topic. Demonstrates limited ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms such as in support of a topic. Work may not have been collected from appropriate sources, referenced incorrectly, or utilized inappropriate types of data. Demonstrates sound ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms such as in support of a topic. Work is collected from appropriate sources, referenced correctly, and types of data are appropriate. There is little or no demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations, in particular the summarization of data. There is limited demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations however the summarization of data includes major errors. There is a sound demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations and the summarization of data might include only minor errors. Demonstrates exceptional ability to gather and use mathematical principles to represent information in various math forms insightfully. Work is collected from appropriate sources, referenced correctly, and types of data are appropriate. There is an exemplary demonstration of ability to perform mathematical computations and the summarization of data is accurate and clear. 2 CLO# 2.1 Composition and Rhetoric CLO#2.1.2 Students will demonstrate fundamentals of rhetoric in the development of formal workplace communication, including written reports, and faceto-face and online presentations. Weight: 25% There is little or no demonstration of rhetorical skills in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication was not clearly stated, focused, and/or the question chosen was trivial. There is limited demonstration of rhetorical skills in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication had deficits in either its clarity, focus, and/or the import of the question chosen. The presenter was not sensitive to the suggested time limit. There is a sound demonstration of rhetorical skills in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication was clear, focused, the chosen question was truly important and the presentation kept within the suggested time limit. There is an exemplary demonstration of rhetorical skills as evidenced in the development or presentation of the chosen question. Communication was extremely clear, well focused, the chosen question was truly important and was perfectly timed. 3 Running Head: SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT Signature Assignment Stage 1 Ana Henriquez MTH/216 September 19th.2016 Professor Manoj Gupta 1 SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 2 The topic I have chosen for my signature assignment is alcoholism. The topic of alcoholism is interesting because of the impact it has on an individual, family and the society. Alcoholism negatively affects the life of a person and his or her relationships with other people. In recent years, many lives have been destroyed and families broken due to alcoholic tendencies. There are several factors that contribute to a person’s drinking habits. According to Hiremath, Mohite, Naregal, & Chendake (2016), some of these social factors include the level of education, marital status and family background (p. 785). These factors may influence drinking habits both positively and negatively. For instance, a well educated person is less likely to engage in drinking behavior because he is knowledgeable concerning the consequences of alcoholism. However, well educated people with well paying jobs may engage in alcoholic behavior because they have enough money to spend on alcohol. A person raised in family of alcoholic people is more likely to engage in alcoholic tendencies than a person raised in a family with no alcoholic background (Hiremath, Mohite, Naregal, & Chendake, 2016). In some cases however, people raised in non-alcoholic families may desire to experiment with alcohol. As a result, they may develop alcoholic tendencies. The marital status of a person influences the alcoholic habits of a person. For instance, a happily married person is less likely to spend many hours drinking with friends than a single person. However, the some spouses cause their partners to become stressed and resort to alcoholic tendencies as a result. For this assignment, I plan to collect data and carry out an analysis on these factors. I hope discover the extent to which these factors influence a person’s drinking behavior. SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 3 References Hiremath, P., Mohite, V. R., Naregal, P., & Chendake, M. (2016). Factors affecting alcohol relapse among alcoholic clients at Tertiary care Hospital, Karad. Indian Journal of Applied Research, 5(6). Retrieved from http://worldwidejournals.in/ojs/index.php/ijar/article/view/8672 Running Head: SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT Signature Assignment Stage 2: Calculations and Visuals Ana Henriquez MTH/216 September 26th.2016 Professor Manoj Gupta 1 SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 2 Factors Affecting Alcoholism Introduction Alcoholism has varying impacts on different individuals, family and the society. It negatively affects the life of a person and his or her relationships with others. In recent years, it has destroyed many lives and families. However, it is worth to note that several factors contribute to a person’s drinking habits. According to Hiremath, Mohite and Naregal, some of these social factors include the level of education, marital status and family background (p. 785). In this regard, this study seeks to determine the type of relationship between these factors and the amount of alcohol consumed. Questions 1: Between the married people and the unmarried people, who have higher levels of alcohol consumption? Scatter plot of drinking level Vs Marital Satus 60 drinking level 50 high 40 medium 30 20 y = -21x + 44 R² = 1 10 low y = x + 21 R² = 1 Linear (high) y = -52x + 108 R² = 1 Linear (medium ) Linear (low) 0 0 0.5 1 1.5 Marital status 2 2.5 SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 3 SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 4 From the scatter plot above, there is a negative correlation between high levels of drinking and marital status. The R2 value for this relationship is 1, indicating the correlation is strong. There exists a positive correlation between medium levels of alcohol consumption and marital status. Finally, there is a negative correlation between low alcohol consumption and marital status. These results clearly show that as people get married, they tend to reduce alcohol consumption. On the other hand, many single individuals tend to consume high levels of alcohol. Thus, the two pie charts clearly indicate that the number of unmarried people is high; hence, there is high level of alcohol consumption. The bar chart clearly indicates that a total of 56 single people consume high levels of alcohol and only 4 married people consume alcohol. Therefore, unmarried individuals consume alcohol in large amounts Question 2: Do people raised from families with alcohol history consume higher levels of alcohol? SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 5 Alcohol Level Vs Family History 60 y = 46x - 39 R² = 1 y = 29x - 21 R² = 1 Alcohol Level 50 40 30 High Medium Low 20 Linear (High) y = x + 11 R² = 1 10 Linear (Medium) 0 0 0.5 1 1.5 Family History 2 2.5 Linear (Low) SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 6 No High Medium Low 26% 44% 30% Yes High Medium Low 13% 51% 36% From the scatter plot above, there is a positive correlation between all alcohol levels and family history. Thus, it means that as the family history changes from alcoholic to non-alcoholic, the level of consumption increases. The bar chart clearly shows that majority of individuals who SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 7 drink low, medium and high levels of alcohol come from families with alcoholic histories. From the pie chart, majority of individuals from families with non-alcoholic histories (No) consume low levels of alcohol. The number of people who consume high levels in these families is the lowest. From the pie chart for the families with alcoholic history (Yes), majority of these people consume high levels of alcohol. The least number of people consume low levels of alcohol. Therefore, people from families with alcohol history consume higher levels of alcohol. Question 3: Is there a relationship between education levels and levels of drinking? Number of Cosumers Consumers with Degrees Vs Alcohol Levels 50 y = 4x + 26.333 R² = 0.1579 40 30 20 Degrees 10 Linear (Degrees) 0 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 Alcohol Levels The scatter plot clearly shows a weak, but positive correlation between Alcohol levels and consumers with degree. The value of R2 shows a weak correlation. Therefore, there exists a weak relationship between the two variables. Question 4: Among the least and highly educated people, who consumes higher levels of alcohol? SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 8 With No Degrees High levels of alcohol 100% SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 9 With Degrees High Medium Low 0% 24% 32% 44% From the bar chart and pie charts, all people without degrees consume high levels of alcohol. The first pie chart shows that 100% of the least educated individuals consume high levels of alcohol. However, only 32% of the highly educated consume high levels of alcohol. Majority of the highly educated people consume medium levels of alcohol. Descriptive Statistics Statistics Valid Drinking college marital family level degree status history 130 130 130 130 0 0 0 N Missing 0 Mean 2.27 .79 .22 .79 Median 2.00 1.00 .00 1.00 Mode 3 1 0 1 SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT Sum 295 103 Frequenc Percent 10 29 103 Drinking level y low Valid Cumulative Percent Percent 25 19.2 19.2 19.2 medium 45 34.6 34.6 53.8 High 60 46.2 46.2 100.0 Total 130 100.0 100.0 Valid college degree Frequenc Percent y No Valid Yes Total Valid Cumulative Percent Percent 27 20.8 20.8 20.8 103 79.2 79.2 100.0 130 100.0 100.0 marital status Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative Percent Percent 77.7 77.7 77.7 22.3 22.3 100.0 y Single 101 Valid married 29 SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT Total 130 100.0 11 100.0 family history Frequenc Percent y No Valid Yes Total Valid Cumulative Percent Percent 27 20.8 20.8 20.8 103 79.2 79.2 100.0 130 100.0 100.0 The tables above show the mean, mode and median of the data analyzed. Since the data used is nominal, median is the best measure of central for this case. In conclusion, various factors affect alcohol consumption. For example, married people consume lesser amounts of alcohol compared to unmarried. People raised in alcoholic families tend to consume more alcohol compared to those in families with no alcohol history. Finally, less educated people consume dangerous levels of alcohol compared to the highly educated. SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT 12 References Hiremath, P., Mohite, V. R., Naregal, P., & Chendake, M. (2016). Factors affecting alcohol relapse among alcoholic clients at Tertiary care Hospital, Karad. Indian Journal of Applied Research, 5(6). Retrieved from http://worldwidejournals.in/ojs/index.php/ijar/article/view/8672 ...
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School: Rice University

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Impact of Corruption
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The topic I have chosen for my presentation is corruption. This topic fascinates me due to its
large share into the society/ community problem, economical problems and individual problems.
Corruption adversely affects our society in a negative way these include inadequate development
in the society and rejection in joining leadership posts related to corruption while its effects on
the economy are decrees in foreign investments and delay in growth and in addition its effects on
the individual population is mainly unemployment .
Today in my presentation I would like to focus how each aspect above is related to poverty rates
being high. For example an individual being unemployed leads to one being poor while on the
other hand inadequate development in the society leads to inadequate social amenities like
schools thus poor education on students and inadequate investment into the public sector leads to
a poorer economy
For this presentation, I plan to collect data and analyze poverty in the society. I hope to discover
the relation of corruption and poverty.

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Reference:
Santos, R. T. (2011). Corruption and poverty.
Gupta, M. S., & Abed, M. G. T. (2002). Governance, corruption, and economic performance.
International Monetary Fund.

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Corruption

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Corruption
Relation of Corruption on Poverty
Institution name
Student’s name

Corruption

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Relation of Corruption on Poverty
Introduction
Corruption has different poverty impact on different scopes for example individuals in the
society, the society at large and the economy of a particular region. Over the years corruption has
been a menace to the society with its adverse effects and how it has proven a situation difficult to
control.
This study tries to illustrate all possible relationship between corruption and poverty under the
three scopes I have motioned above.
This relation is a question in itself but I have categorized it into three that is one under the
individual, the second under the society and the third under the economy.
Question 1: what is the relationship between corruption and poverty?
a) How does an individual affect the poverty rate under the effects of corruption?

Corruption

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A bar Chat on the relationship of individual poverty level with low and high corruption

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Individual A
Individual B

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Individual poverty level with low
corruption

Individualpoverty level with high
corruption

Corruption

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A pie chart showing the relation of individual poverty level and level of corruption

Individual poverty level under corruption

High corruption level
Medium corruption level
Low corruption level

From the bar and pie chat above there is a negative impact on individual poverty level when the
corruption levels go up/ increase and a positive impact on the individual poverty level when the
corruption levels go down or decrease.
In most cases corruption levels go up and many employed people either lose their jobs of get a
large salary deduction thus decrease in income on the other had job seekers find it difficult to get
jobs thus remaining jobless could lead to spread of poverty.
b) How is the society affected when it comes to corruption relation to poverty?

Corruption

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A bar chart showing relationship of society development rate and corruption level

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Society A

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Society B
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Development rate under low corruption Development rate under high corruption
level
level

In the bar chart above an illustration of two societies /communities are given in terms of
development because development directly affects the poverty levels of a society for example in
a society where the development rate is very high this means more people in the society will be
employed a good illustration is the Mumias sugar factory based in Kakamega town in Kenya
during its hey days very many Kenyans based in kakamega were employed but after a series of
corruption probes the company had to downsize letting off many of its workers another example
is the Kenya Airways company where workers were retrenched due to the company recording
net annual losses.
In conclusion society development that is affected by many factors but mainly corruption
directly affects the level of poverty in the society thus society poverty level is inversely
proportional to development rate but directly proportional to...

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