Discuss the relevant ethical and legal issues raised by the fictitious scenario below. You should divide your work into four paragraphs, numbered, corresponding with the paragraphs of the scenario (i.e. 1 to 4). You should make use of the supplied unit readings and case examples to support your answer, but also feel free to find your own from reliable Australian sources. Make sure you check the Marking Rubric attached to the assignment to see where marks are allocated.

Discuss the relevant ethical and legal issues raised by the fictitious scenario below. You should divide your work into four paragraphs, numbered, corresponding with the paragraphs of the scenario (i.e. 1 to 4). You should make use of the supplied unit readings and case examples to support your answer, but also feel free to find your own from reliable Australian sources. Make sure you check the Marking Rubric attached to the assignment to see where marks are allocated. Remember to proof-read your work before submission as marks are deducted for prose and expression errors.
Note: You do not need to assume anything on the facts supplied below. Analyse them as presented to you, based on your developing understanding of media law and ethics principles and regulations. Understanding is developed by working progressively through each unit topic. Avoid phrases such as ‘assuming that …’, or ‘If we assume that…’ in your analysis.
Bubbles Barrett is a successful Melbourne actor known for her comic roles in Hollywood films such as ‘Hilarious’, ‘Hilarious Too’and ‘The Florist’. She is a multimillionaire whose home in Elwood is a well-known landmark, and she is a favourite topic of weekly magazine stories. So, when ‘Woman’s Digest’ reporter Tansy Career asks for an interview with Bubbles at her home, she is glad to oblige on the condition that no photographs are taken. Tansy agrees but arranges for a freelance photographer to accompany her anyway, and they go to Bubbles’ house.
When Bubbles answers the door she invites Tansy in but tells the photographer he has to leave the property. He walks out of the gate, but when Bubbles closes the door he sneaks back onto the porch and waits. When Tansy is shown out by Bubbles 20 minutes later, the photographer snaps a photo of Bubbles and runs back out of the gate. Bubbles calls after he and Tansy, ‘You’d better not use that photo and now you can’t use the interview either!’ Tansy congratulates the photographer and they then go back to the office, where she fills out her material with a call to an old school friend of Bubbles, who is called ‘an unnamed source’ in the Digest’s upcoming story.
When Woman’s Digest publishes its two-page spread on Bubbles with the photo taken at the house and numerous quotes from the interview, Bubbles is furious. She’s even madder, however, that the ‘unnamed source’ is quoted in the story as saying ‘Bubbles’ is not her real name –her name is ‘Raylene’ – and she lied about being related to Hollywood great, Steven Spielberg. Bubbles call her lawyer, who sends a letter of concern to Woman’s Digest, demanding a retraction and apology. The letter also states that the photo used in the story was taken deceptively, and violated her privacy. The magazine refuses to retract or apologise, saying Bubbles agreed to be interviewed and knows how the media works.
The day after the magazine issue was published, Channel X, a commercial TV station, leads its Today Tonight current affairs program with an exclusive story about Bubbles’ new life coaching business. It features the photo from Woman’s Digest plus footage from an ABC TV lifestyle program about her famous Elwood home. The host closes the story with, ‘And we’ve just heard that Bubbles Barrett has filed a writ in defamation against Woman’s Digest for a story she says is totally fabricated. We’ll keep you informed of Bubbles’ fight for justice.’
Guiding Points:
Contempt of Court is not assessed by this assignment.
All other topics are assessable, but you will need to decide which are relevant
Evaluation of ethics includes positive, not merely negative, analyses of media practice
Law Students NB – please be sure to approach your analysis from a professional communication perspective, as this is not a legal problem-solving task.
The Advice for Doing Assignments document (in Assessments tab, Cloud Deakin) applies here, and also the unit guide
Quoted material included in your text is counted in the overall word count
Randomised Controlled Trial Case Study- Quality and Relevance of Research- Nursing Assignment Help
Nursing Assignment Help:
Task:
The aim of this assignment is to critically evaluate a journal article. This will provide you with the skills and knowledge to be able to evaluate the quality and relevance of research so that you can make informed decisions about applying it to practice.
This assignment addresses the following course learning outcome/s:
Examine the contribution of research to evidence-based practice;
Evaluate the credibility of the information provided by research studies;
Demonstrate a broad understanding of the major elements of the research process that underpin translation to practice.
Task Description (Instructions):
For this task, you need to write a 2000 word critical evaluation report. In your report, you will critically evaluate a journal article and discuss its relevance to clinical nursing practice. Please see this below.
What the study is about:
Peripheral intravenous catheters are the most commonly used medical invasive device in hospitals today and are frequently initiated in the emergency department. Peripheral intravenous catheter failure frequently occurs after 48 hours post insertion, suggesting that improvements in securement can be targeted at this timeframe. A novel approach for improved peripheral intravenous catheter fixation is the use of medical-grade skin glue (cyanoacrylate) at the insertion site. Skin glue has been reported to be effective for securing central venous, epidural, and peripheral arterial catheters, with improved fixation, compared with standard polyurethane dressings.
Managing People: Role of Ethical Decision Making- Becoming an Effective Manager- Critical Essay Writing Assignment
Critical Essay Writing Assignment:
Task:
In this assignment, you are asked to discuss the concept of ethical decision making and how this influences a manager’s ability to be effective. This will require you to review the literature on ethical decision making so that you understand how it contributes towards demonstrating effective managerial practice. Using some of the questionnaires you answered in class, you will evaluate your potential to demonstrate ethical decision making as a manager by closely looking at your current managerial capabilities and your personality. Finally, based on your evaluation, you will create a thorough plan for developing these skills and abilities to help you become an ethical manager and eventually become an effective manager. This assignment is written in an essay format and must keep the reader engaged throughout the essay.
Before starting, you should make sure you understand the difference between this and other assignments. The focus here is on assessing your current skills, competencies and behaviour for managing and planning to develop them in the future. This requires understanding what management involves (how it is defined and understood in academic writing), measuring your current skills and abilities, and learning how you could develop them in the future.
Instructions: In a critical essay you are asked to present your viewpoint and to argue for it. This means giving evidence or justification for your evaluations, plans, and conclusions, and being clear where the evidence or arguments are uncertain or raise further questions.
Business Research Methods- Sustainability Programme- SPSS Assignment Help
SPSS Assignment Help:
Task:
Detailed instructions on what to do for Part A:
The research scenario is that as part of a sustainability programme to produce biogas, a local council is interested in gathering information on householders’ views on recycling food waste. As this is a new initiative, no specific and reliable data is available. You have been given the task to conduct a survey to collect this data (primary data collection) with the help of a questionnaire.
You have learned that prior to producing a good quality questionnaire it is important to write a data requirements table (Saunders et al, 2012, p. 425). Please note that you are NOT designing a questionnaire.
You are expected to write an essay-style piece of work starting with the scenario, justifying the use of survey strategy with questionnaires as data collection tool for the given scenario. Discuss your population and sampling method and justify your decision. Include the purpose of your research. State the type of questionnaire you want to use and justify your choice.
Justify your wish to produce a data requirements table.
Then produce and present your data requirements table.
This should be followed by commentary on and justifications of any choices you have made regarding the information in your table by making good use of/ reference to published sources/ research methods literature and linking it explicitly to the research scenario.
All choices you make must be justified using Business Research Methods theory.
Include a list of references formatted in the HBS Harvard Style (See CASE website).
The word count for Part A should be between 750 – 1000 words (+/- 10%).
Minimal essential reading for Part A is Chapter 11 of Saunders, M. et al (2016) but you are also expected to refer to other chapters as well as read additional other academic sources.
Detailed instructions on what to do for Part B:
Assignment B is about analysing a given set of quantitative data. You are expected to write a well-structured & designed report of between 750 and 1000 words – plus any diagrams and charts you produce and a list of references. It should consist of data analysis, commentary and interpretation and should make good use of published sources to justify your choices.
You will need to analyse the quantitative data set using IBM SPSS. The data will be available in the file “hals.sav” in the Ref/Def CW folder under ‘Teaching Resources’ on the module website.
The directors of the HR department of a medium sized company have asked you to obtain answers to several questions about the health and well-being of men in mid-life or older in your company and write a report. You have access to a survey of a sample of 1297 male employees aged 39 and over that has recently been carried out (hals.sav). The questions you need to answer are:
What is the age distribution of men? (Use, for example, Histogram)
What proportion of men belong to each category of own health (OWNH)? (Use, for example, Pie Chart)
What is the average height and weight of the men? (Use, for example, Descriptive Statistics, Descriptives)
How is lung function (HYFEV) related to age, if at all? (Use, for example, Linear Regression)
How different are the average FEVs (i.e. lung functions) of the different social class categories? (Use, for example, One-way ANOVA)
Is there a significant difference between the proportion of smokers and non-smokers who have poor mental health state? (Use, for example, Chi-Squared)
In your report, present your findings and, most importantly, explain to your HR directors what these analyses mean. Assume that the directors do not know much about statistics.
Communications Strategy- Legionnaires Disease- Strategy & Implementation Plan- Communication Plan Assignment Help
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Task:
Effective communication is vital in the health promotion space. We can produce fabulous research, interventions, and activities such as seminars and conferences but if we do not communicate well no one knows about them and nothing changes. This task asks you to develop a sophisticated communications strategy around a specific awareness campaign. You need to ensure that your awareness campaign is publicised to the right people in a timely manner.
You will need to think carefully about who your stakeholders are and how you can best reach and communicate with them. Today we also need to be willing and sufficiently skilled to integrate social media communication techniques with traditional methods such as bulk emails, webpages, media releases and radio announcements. This task asks you to consider both strategic and functional communication. The strategy is the big picture: what is it you hope to achieve and for what purpose? The functional is all about the detail. What, when, where and how will you deliver it? What tools will you use (i.e. media releases, radio, survey, website, Twitter, Blog, etc.)?
1. Select your Issue
Develop a communications strategy to raise awareness about an issue. Select from the following issues:
i) Legionnaires’ Disease (NB: media reports of several cases linked to Melbourne’s CBD reported in Jan/Feb 2018)
ii) Listeria (NB: media reports of several deaths across Australia in early 2018 linked to eating rock melons)
iii) Alcohol culture among university students (NB: recent media reports of disturbing incidents particularly linked to ‘O week’ events and on campus
residential accommodation)
iv) Online bullying (ongoing reports of suicides and distress caused by online bullying)
Once you have selected your topic, you should then position yourself as being responsible for raising awareness about this issue to relevant stakeholders (e.g. communications officer in the health department; health promotion officer working with universities and schools; other). If unsure how to proceed talk to your tutor, but do so early… not the day before it’s due!
2. Develop a Communications Strategy
Briefly describe your issue and provide background information, including any reputable data (using Deakin Harvard referencing). Write a strategy that explains what you are trying to achieve. This is all about big picture thinking. What is your goal here? Are you trying encourage the development of more knowledge and understanding about the issue? Are you trying to advocate or lobby for a change in attitude or a cultural change in your organisation or region? Are you hoping to influence a change in policy or an injection of funds from politicians? Are you wanting to get people talking about a sensitive issue so that we as a community can have a more informed debate about appropriate interventions to address it?
In your strategy you need to explain who the stakeholders are and how you will communicate with them. You should include a stakeholder analysis in your strategy. It is essential that you refer to the stakeholder analysis lecture found in weekly resources. Explain what tools you will use and why? (e.g. 5 media releases in local paper over a 10 week period to keep the issue bubbling along; a survey monkey survey to gauge opinions; a blog; a simple
30 sec video to advertise an event; other). How will you measure your success? Develop a set of metrics to determine the impact of your communications strategy. (E.g. How many hits on the website? How many calls to register for the event? Other?). Think carefully about how you will measure the effectiveness of your communications strategy. This is important. Good strategies have clear impact measures.
What are the risks? A good communications strategy will also consider the potential risks and will include a simple risk management plan. This will involve identifying potential risks to you and/or your organisation and appropriate mitigations and responses should the worst case happen. This typically can comprise a series of statements or can be presented in a simple grid or matrix stating the potential risk and what could be done to minimise and/or respond to it. Examples of risks for activities presented here include:
a) to reputation or image
b) to finances
c) to physical/mental health and wellbeing
3. Develop a Communications Plan
A Communications Plan is the functional document that provides a precise template for all the detail involved in delivering your strategy. What will you do, when and how? Use the sample template provided in the AT2 Resources folder to help guide you. Keep your Communications Plan clear and simple. Make sure you are targeting the right stakeholders for your event with the right tools. Make sure the dates make sense. Allow plenty of lead time. Make sure your key messages are clear. This document is often a one to two pager presented in a matrix or table so that it is easy to follow. Word count for the Communications Plan part of this assignment will typically be about 500 words.
4. Develop on social media tool for use in your strategy
Utilise Twitter to help publicise your issue. Create a Twitter strategy that enhances your overall communications strategy. Include general reference to this in your communications strategy and your communication plan but provide the specific details here in this section of the task. Describe your twitter strategy. What are you trying to achieve with it? How will you ensure significant reach with your key messages and how will you scaffold them (i.e. build the narrative from one tweet to the next)? Consider how you will time the release of each new tweet for maximum effect. You are required to also provide between 5 – 10 sample tweets and between 5 – 10 suitable hashtags in order to demonstrate that you understand the mechanics of Twitter.
Developing Individuals, Leaders and Organisation: Evidence Based Practice- Proposal Writing Assignment
Proposal Writing Assignment:
Task:
You are the newly-appointed Human Resource Advisor in a medium-sized business that employs approximately 150 mostly professional employees. Of these employees, 10 occupy managerial roles. The CEO of your company values learning and wants to increase the quantity and quality of learning at work. However, the company does not have the financial resources to fund employee participation in external formal education and training programs. The CEO has considered alternative approaches to fostering learning at work. After reading a Harvard Business Review Blog (see https://hbr.org/2014/07/you-cant- be-a-great-manager-if-youre-not-a-good-coach) the CEO decided that the organisation should strive to develop a ‘coaching culture’. Therefore, the CEO has asked you to write a fully developed proposal for a training course on ‘Coaching Skills for Managers’. The training course will be attended by the 10 managers. The CEO is aware that one-off training courses often do not result in behaviour change in the workplace and improved performance. Therefore the CEO wants the coaching skills training course to be designed in a way that facilitates transfer of learning and the course must be complemented by the formation of an action learning set to help ensure that the capabilities acquired during the training course are applied and further developed in the workplace.
The CEO has a strong academic background and is a firm believer in evidence-based practice. Your report must be tailored accordingly.
The proposal must consist of the following components:
Title page
Table of contents
Executive Summary (10%)
Background and Analysis of the Business Need (20%)
Overview of the Interventions (20%) (This must include reference to the course program and a single session plan.)
Learning Theory (10%)
Learning Outcomes of Proposed Developmental Interventions (10%)
Evaluation of the Developmental Interventions (10%)
Transfer of Learning (10%)
Costs and Projected Benefits (10%)
References
Appendix 1: Training course program
Research in Accounting Practice- Terrific Telephone Company- Accounting Assignment Help
Accounting Assignment Help:
Task:
Question 1
You have recently started working at the Terrific Telephone Company, which provides mobile telephone services. The aim of your task is to structure
compensation packages so that the packages align the motivations of executives (called goal congruency) with the desire of the company to maximise the return to shareholders. Currently all employees are on fixed salaries.
The industry is very competitive and the CEO would like you to answer the following questions. Prepare separate answers for each question:
a. Explain why salaries may fail to motivate employees to work productively (as suggested by agency theory).
b. Identify possible different components of compensation packages and explain how different components may motivate employees to work productively in the short and/or long term.
c. Discuss how an employee’s attitude to risk might influence their desired compensation package.
d. Identify and discuss three factors that may limit the effectiveness of performance based compensation packages in motivating employees to work productively.
e. Identify and discuss the benefits of using an executive compensation committee in the determination of the components to include in compensation packages.
Question 2
a. How does agency theory explain the need for the preparation of accounts?
b. How does agency theory explain the need for an audit of accounts?
Question 3
Van Puyvelde et al. (2012) suggest that agency theory alone is not enough when studying governance in non-profit organisations.
a. Explain what is meant by the term governance (as it applies to organisations).
b. Explain why using agency theory as a single theory is not appropriate to study governance in non-profit organisations?
c. Briefly explain an alternate or supplementary theory that might be used more appropriately when studying governance in non-profit organisations.
Question 4
The following questions relate to the articles by (Masoud 2017) and Salifu and Mahama (2015), which examined the audit expectation gap issue.
a) Identify and explain the type of mixed method study that was used by Masoud (2017).
b)Review the qualitative portion of Masoud’s (2017) study. For each component listed below under (i) to (iv):
Provide a brief summary of what he has done, and
Evaluate the appropriateness of what he has done (i.e., was it satisfactory or could he have done something different to improve the rigour of his qualitative study?):
i. How were participants selected and was it an appropriate method?
ii. Were the number of participants interviewed appropriate? If so, why do you believe this is an appropriate number, and if not, how many interviewees would have improved the rigour?
iii. How were the qualitative data analysed and was this analysis appropriate? If so, why do you believe this analysis is appropriate, and if not, what alternative anlaysis would have improved the rigour?
iv. What is your opinion about how the qualitative data analysis was written up?
c) To what extent do you think Masoud (2017) has been successful in drawing on the first phase of his study to carry out the second phase of his mixed-methods study?
d) Explain how Masuod (2017 ) and Salifu and Mahama (2015) go about designing the questionnaires for their studies. Compare the two studies and choose which study uses a more rigorous approach to questionnaire design, stating your reasons why you believe one approach is superior in its rigour.
e) Explain how Masuod (2017 ) and Salifu and Mahama (2015) go about writing up the findings from their questionnaires. Compare the two studies and choose which study uses a more rigorous approach, stating reasons why you believe one approach is superior in its rigour.
f) Outline one aspect of Masoud’s (2017) study that has been done poorly (other than the ones already discussed in question 4 b-e above).
g) Outline one aspect of Salifu and Mahama’s (2015) study that has been done poorly (other than the ones already discussed in question 4 b-e above) .
Community Service Management: Office CEO Case Study- Change Management Strategy- Report Writing Assignment
Report Writing Assignment:
Case:
Your CEO is about to announce to all staff that the organisation will be changing location in three months. The new building is on the outskirts of the city, 5 kms from its present location in the centre of the CBD. It will not have individual offices as the current location does, but will all be in the open plan mode, with small workstations in one large open area. This will mean considerable change for staff, including much less space per person, lack of privacy, office status, and many other issues. It could be expected that there will be a great deal of anxiety and concern about how this change will affect individual staff. The CEO is anxious for this change to happen smoothly without losing any staff, and wants to maintain the current happy working environment it enjoys at the moment. The CEO has given you the task of implementing this change, being mindful of the need to identify change requirements and opportunities, developing a change management strategy, handling concerns or conflict, and implementing the change.
Provide a report (1200-1500 words) on what strategies you would recommend to the CEO, including a brief Action Plan.
Individual Determinants of Health- Working with older people- Rosa Calapari Case- Nursing Assignment Help
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Task:
Name: Rosa Calapari
Age: 80
DOB: 2/10/1937
Marital status: Married – Mario Calapari
Children and grandchildren (if any): 2 children, 5 grandchildren live in Shepparton
Occupation (if employed): Retired
Cultural and linguistic background: Italian heritage. Italian is her first language, English her second.
Pre-existing medical condition: Arthritis
Contextual information
Each day, approximately 40 Australians fracture their hips (Stephens, Toson & Close, 2014). With an ageing population, significantly more older adults are experiencing hip fractures, with 90% of hip fractures occurring in those over the age of 65 (Stephens et al., 2014). Not only do hip fractures place a heavy burden on the affected individual, but they also significantly impact caregivers and the Australian public health system (Stephens et al., 2014).
After a hip fracture, people often experience multiple handovers during care transitions across different settings, such as from hospital to a rehabilitation facility, from rehabilitation to home and at times rehospitalisation due to complications. On average, a patient experiences approximately 3.5 changes in care in the six months following a hip fracture (Boockvar et al. 2004). Thus, pertinent to the long-term physical, cognitive and psychological outcomes for those with hip fractures is a comprehensive, collaborative and accurate multidisciplinary team approach. According to Coleman, Parry, Chalmers and Min (2006) interventions targeted at improving care transitions are necessary and can significantly reduce rehospitalisation.
Case Narrative
(12/08/2011) – Seventy-three-year-old Rosa Calapari slipped walking to the letter box to collect her mail. Her husband Mario phoned an ambulance and she was admitted to the Austin Hospital in Heidelberg where she was assessed by a multidisciplinary team of allied health professionals. Following her admission, several investigative tests were undertaken and Rosa was diagnosed with an intracapsular hip fracture. When Rosa presented to the emergency department by ambulance she showed signs of extreme anxiety and was angry and aggressive with the staff.
(14/08/2011) – Case Notes from Psychologist and referral to Geriatric Psychiatry Team for comprehensive neuropsychological assessment.
Task:
Based on the case study of Rosa Calapari (who you will have theoretically been following), you need to reflect on your experience of what you anticipate to be most challenging when working with her.
Reflective practice is seen as a means of improving clinical practice and consequently quality of care, through exploring and evaluating one’s understanding of a problem rather than simply trying to solve it (Leung, Pluye, Grad, & Weston, 2010).
Reflective practice is crucial in continuous development and re-assessment of skills when working in health care, or with people more generally. A reflective practitioner:
• Reflects on feedback and integrates changes into practice.
• Reflects on how own perceptions, attitudes and beliefs impact on practice.
• Identifies knowledge deficits and seeks clarification.
• Ensures procedures for safety and quality assurance are implemented.
It is essential when writing a reflective piece that you refer to the experience in the first person, therefore the use of ‘I’ is appropriate for this style of writing. As a reflective practitioner, it is important to not only think about how others may affect your behaviour (i.e., colleagues and clients) but also how your behaviour affect others.
Quality Teaching: Principles of Educative or Productive Assessment- Essay Writing Assignment
Essay Writing Assignment:
Task:
In this task, you will demonstrate your capacity to develop an instructional leadership plan that demonstrates the principles of educative or productive assessment (Quality Teaching, Assessment for Teaching). Identifying a particular assessment issue within a context of particular classroom, school year, subject, or school as a whole, as a recognized ‘highly proficient’ or ‘lead’ teacher, you will provide a rationale for the professional development plan to improve the assessment of student learning to inform teaching with consideration for its implications for equity concerns and success in implementation. Outline your plan using Griffin’s (2007) five steps: Measure, Generalise, Intervene, Resource and Policy.
Assessment Criteria and Steps:
Identify the assessment issue to be address, its context, and rationale for its selection (reference to specific contextual and student performance issues – data – is important in justifying your selection), delineating how your specific issue relates to the important theoretical and pragmatic assessment topics raised in this course.
Develop a plan to improve the assessment of student learning to inform teaching with consideration for its implications for equity concerns and success in implementation. Outline your plan using Griffin’s (2007) five steps: Measure, Generalise, Intervene, Resource and Policy.
Present and explain the criteria for the accountability cycle to monitor and implement your plan successfully.

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