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8 Assignment 2 Details: For the following assignment, use the Rank Correlation that was demonstrated in Chapter 12 of the textbook (page 566). Utilizing Excel or SPSS: 1. Use a rank correlation coefficient to test for a correlation between two variables. 2. Use a significance level of a=0.05. The new health care program in the United States makes provisions for capitation programs where health care insurers work with clinical facilities to perform risk analysis of patients to determine the cost of providing care. The following assignment might be used to assess how much a person smokes. When nicotine is absorbed by the body, cotinine is produced. A measurement of cotinine in the body is therefore a good indicator of how much a person smokes. The reported number of cigarettes smoked per day and the measured amounts of cotinine (in ng/ml) are provided. (The values are from randomly selected subjects in a National Health Examination Survey.) Is there a significant linear correlation? How would you measure the cotinine level in the body? Explain the result. Refer to the “Rank Correlation Table.”

Need the outline and the essay please in APA format. Essay and outline should follow the 3 part comms outline that I have attached.
Ethics Essay Outline
Abuse of Position and Bribery
A military service Captain used his official position as a reservist to obtain contracts for private sector companies with which he had an affiliation. In addition, the Captain accepted a “finder’s fee” (i.e., kickbacks) from one company for his efforts in helping the company obtain government contract work. For his significant ethical failure, the Captain was “allowed” to retire at the grade of Commander, though he had been selected to be an Admiral. In addition, the Captain was debarred for one year, while two of the affiliated companies entered into administrative agreements (for 3 years) with the military service.
This paper is going to cover the background to a scenario involving poor ethical decisions relating to the bribery scheme involving Seon Lim, a former Army contracting official who accepted bribery gifts in excess of $490.000 resulting in the conviction of 17 personnel and one corporation and the impacts that poor ethical decisions can have on our military personnel and question the trust between seniors and subordinates.
Three Part Communications
Three Part Communications consists of an introduction, the main body, and a conclusion. The Three Part Communications structure allows the communicator to package ideas and thoughts in a way that is easily and quickly understood.
Part one of Three Part Communications is to tell them what you are going to tell them. This is the introduction.
Part two of Three Part Communications is to tell them. This is the body. It uses main points and transitions to accomplish this.
Part three of Three Part Communications is to tell them what you told them. This is the conclusion. Introduction – Tell them what you are going to tell them.
The introduction is where you introduce the listener/reader to what you are speaking/writing about. In other words, tell them what you are going to tell them. To accomplish this task, use an attention getter, motivational statement, and an overview of the main points. This is not a long drawn-out process and it should not exceed, in most cases, a paragraph in length.
Attention getter grabs the listener/reader’s attention. Use a startling fact, thought, or idea that will make your audience sit-up and want to hear or read more. The point of the attention getter is to get the listener/reader’s thoughts off of what they are currently thinking about and focused on the subject you are about to communicate.
Motivation is known as the what’s in it for me (WIIFM) statement, the me refers to the listener or reader, NOT the speaker or author. Use the WIIFM statement to motivate the intended audience to want to listen to or read the message you are trying to communicate by showing how your presentation benefits them. To keep their attention throughout, you must convince them that the presentation will help satisfy their personal or job-related needs.
Your motivation should answer 3 Ws. Who? What? And Why? When you develop your motivation use this method. Who is your audience. What is the topic you are going to discuss. Why answers why a person should listen or continue reading, a why is often preceded by the word because. For example- Senior enlisted leaders (who) should understand three part communications (what) because it will make their time at the Senior Enlisted Academy more smooth (why).
Overview covers the main points of the paper. A clear overview can contribute greatly to the communication process by removing doubt in the minds of the listeners/readers about where the presentation is going and how it is going to get there. Highlight only what the main points are, do not cover information or details about the main points, save that information for the body.
Main Body – Tell them.
The main body of the paper is where you provide the meat and potatoes of the overall topic. This is
where you tell them using detailed main points. The main points should support the overall topic of the 3
speech/paper and be organized logically, sequentially, or chronologically. The total number of main points is up to you, but if you have a main point, there must be enough information to explain the main point fully. Too many main points make the presentation too long or does not cover the individual main points in enough detail. Too few main points lead to not enough details to support the overall topic.
Transition sentences are at the end of each main point. Transitions signal to the listener/reader that the communicator is progressing from the current main point to the next main point. They are important in maintaining the continuity of the information being communicated. It is important to remember to close out one main point and then open the next main point in the transition. Ensure you use the main point and not a sub-point. An example of a transition with the main points being background and government could read; Knowledge of Scotland’s diverse background will assist in better understanding the structure of their government. You do not need to transition between the introduction paragraph and main point one, or from the final main point to the conclusion paragraph.
Conclusion – Tell them what you told them.
Now that you have communicated all the pertinent information about the topic in the body, you move to
the conclusion paragraph and tell them what you told them.
Summary is the reverse of the overview from the introduction where you re-cover the main points. Do
not provide any additional information on the main points, just state or list what they were.
Re-motivation sentence should highlight the importance or value of the brief or paper. In the introduction paragraph, you gave the listener/reader a WIIFM or what’s in it for me statement; the re- motivation statement should tie back into the original WIIFM.
Closing thought or statement should consist of either, a thought provoking idea (in reference to your overall topic), or a quote from someone of importance or expertise that supports the information outlined in the speech/paper. Its purpose is to give the audience a thought or challenge that will keep them thinking about your topic long after you are done, making them want more information, or making them agree with your overall ideas.
When developing your brief or paper you should first develop an outline. The bottom line is the outline comes before the brief or paper; not the other way around. Enclosure 1 is an example outline of a presentation that has two main points. You can have as many main points as you need, just remember to provide a transition sentence in between each new main point. This example has sub-points under each main point. These are not required, but can help as you further organize your thoughts and ideas. Do not include transitions between sub points and ensure that your transitions flow from main point to main point, not from a final sub point to the next main point.
The importance of effective communications cannot be stressed enough. To be an effective communicator, you must be able to present ideas in a clear and concise manner.

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