Why are people leaving Syria? How many people have left? What percentage of Syrians have left their homes? What are the characteristics of those who are migrating to various countries? What are they doing in their new locations? What effects are being felt both in Syria and in the destinations of these migrants?

Group Interaction How clear was the intent of the discussion? How prepared were your group members for the discussion? Did everyone participate equally in the discussion? Were group members open to different points of view? How would you describe the overall climate of the discussion? Did you feel your group was productive in the discussion? Did you use the time efficiently? What strategies can you use in future discussions to increase productivity and outcomes? What approach will you take next time to increase group cohesion?
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Identify the primary hospital you have selected. Identify the measures you have chosen to focus on (those that are most in need of improvement or that otherwise warrant attention). Compare and contrast the characteristics of structure, process, and outcome measures, and explain which category or categories your chosen measure relates to.Also, indicate the dimensions of quality with which these measures are associated. Briefly summarize the data, including your benchmarking analysis. Analyze the benefits and challenges of externally reported measures for health care providers and for patients. Also, explain why benchmarking can be useful for identifying areas for improvement.
August 2, 2020

Why are people leaving Syria? How many people have left? What percentage of Syrians have left their homes? What are the characteristics of those who are migrating to various countries? What are they doing in their new locations? What effects are being felt both in Syria and in the destinations of these migrants?

RESEARCH ESSAY QUESTION Push and pull factors in Syrian migration.   Question Syria has been embroiled in a civil war since 2011.  Since the beginning of that war, “more than two million” refugees have fled their homes and many migrants have left  the country (Yardley and Pianigiani 2013; Semple 2014).  While many of the people migrate to neighboring countries such as Turkey and Lebanon, others make their way to Europe or the United States, both legally and  illegally(Stevis 2014).  The war and migration have even had some negative impacts on education in Syria (UNICEF 2013).   Provide details about the migration of people from Syria since the beginning of its civil war in 2011, including a discussion of the push and pull factors in migration as well as the destinations of the migrants.   To answer this question thoroughly, you may want to consider the following questions. Why are people leaving Syria? How many people have left?  What percentage of Syrians have left their homes?  What are the characteristics of those who are migrating to various countries?   What are they doing in their new locations?  What effects are being felt both in Syria and in the destinations of these migrants?   Sources and Strategies Choose a variety of sources. First, use the library and/or the internet databases to learn more about this subject. Because this is a current event, please look for up-to-date articles in reputable popular media (for example, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, BBC, etc.). As well, look for expert analysis and historical background by scholars, participants and journalists. Be sure that your search for expert analysis and opinions includes voices from across the political spectrum, and if possible, from outside the United States as well as inside. I’ve given you a start with four sources, shown below. Wikipedia is NOT an acceptable source. Nor is any other encyclopedia.   Formatting Requirements Length: The body of your research essay should be at least 1000 words (use “Word Count” to make sure you meet minimum length of 1000 words). Use Times New Roman font (12 point), with 1 inch margins all around. Begin your response at the top of the page. Do NOT use a title page. Please include your name in the “header.” No other identifying information is needed. Please number your pages. Please send a digital copy as an e-mail attachment. SAVE A COPY FOR YOURSELF.   Tips on Essay Writing Tips on writing an essay and “21 Writing Tips” are included in the “Research Essay” area on Blackboard. In addition, there is also information on the evaluation criteria.   Works Cited Semple, Kirk. 2014.  “Fleeing the Bombs in Aleppo, Syria, and Ending Up In New Jersey,” New York Times, January 3, 2014; online at http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/04/nyregion/fleeing-syria-and-ending-up-in-new-jersey.html?action=click&module=Search®ion=searchResults&mabReward=relbias%3Ar&url=http%3A%2F%2Fquery.nytimes.com%2Fsearch%2Fsitesearch%2F%3Faction%3Dclick%26region%3DMasthead%26pgtype%3DHomepage%26module%3DSearchSubmit%26contentCollection%3DHomepage%26t%3Dqry341%23%2FSyria%2520migration&_r=0 Stevis, Matina.  2014.  “Number of  Migrants Trying to Reach Europe Illegally Rose Sharply in 2013,” Wall Street Journal; online at http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304908304579561341054849918?KEYWORDS=Syria+migration&mg=reno64-wsj Yardley, Jim. 2013. “Out of Syria, Into a European Maze,” New York Times, November 29, 2013; online athttp://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/30/world/middleeast/out-of-syria-into-a-european-maze.html?action=click&module=Search®ion=searchResults&mabReward=relbias%3Ar&url=http%3A%2F%2Fquery.nytimes.com%2Fsearch%2Fsitesearch%2F%3Faction%3Dclick%26region%3DMasthead%26pgtype%3DHomepage%26module%3DSearchSubmit%26contentCollection%3DHomepage%26t%3Dqry341%23%2FSyria%2520migration UNICEF. 2013. “Syria Crisis: Education Interrupted,” UNICEF, December 2013;online athttp://www.unicef.org/media/files/Education_Interrupted_Dec_2013.pdf   You may use these sources, but you are not required to do so. In any case, be sure that you find enough high-quality sources to be able to answer the question clearly, thoroughly, and with sufficient detail. If you choose to use these sources, they’ll give you a pretty good start. There are plenty of good sources on this subject and they’re easy to find!  If you need additional help finding sources, talk to a librarian.

RESEARCH ESSAY QUESTION

Push and pull factors in Syrian migration.

 

Question

Syria has been embroiled in a civil war since 2011.  Since the beginning of that war, “more than two million” refugees have fled their homes and many migrants have left  the country (Yardley and Pianigiani 2013; Semple 2014).  While many of the people migrate to neighboring countries such as Turkey and Lebanon, others make their way to Europe or the United States, both legally and  illegally(Stevis 2014).  The war and migration have even had some negative impacts on education in Syria (UNICEF 2013).

 

Provide details about the migration of people from Syria since the beginning of its civil war in 2011, including a discussion of the push and pull factors in migration as well as the destinations of the migrants.

 

To answer this question thoroughly, you may want to consider the following questions. Why are people leaving Syria? How many people have left?  What percentage of Syrians have left their homes?  What are the characteristics of those who are migrating to various countries?   What are they doing in their new locations?  What effects are being felt both in Syria and in the destinations of these migrants?

 

Sources and Strategies

Choose a variety of sources. First, use the library and/or the internet databases to learn more about this subject. Because this is a current event, please look for up-to-date articles in reputable popular media (for example, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, BBC, etc.). As well, look for expert analysis and historical background by scholars, participants and journalists. Be sure that your search for expert analysis and opinions includes voices from across the political spectrum, and if possible, from outside the United States as well as inside. I’ve given you a start with four sources, shown below. Wikipedia is NOT an acceptable source. Nor is any other encyclopedia.

 

Formatting Requirements

Length: The body of your research essay should be at least 1000 words (use “Word Count” to make sure you meet minimum length of 1000 words). Use Times New Roman font (12 point), with 1 inch margins all around. Begin your response at the top of the page. Do NOT use a title page. Please include your name in the “header.” No other identifying information is needed. Please number your pages. Please send a digital copy as an e-mail attachment. SAVE A COPY FOR YOURSELF.

 

Tips on Essay Writing

Tips on writing an essay and “21 Writing Tips” are included in the “Research Essay” area on Blackboard. In addition, there is also information on the evaluation criteria.

 

Works Cited

Semple, Kirk. 2014.  “Fleeing the Bombs in Aleppo, Syria, and Ending Up In New Jersey,” New York Times, January 3, 2014; online at http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/04/nyregion/fleeing-syria-and-ending-up-in-new-jersey.html?action=click&module=Search®ion=searchResults&mabReward=relbias%3Ar&url=http%3A%2F%2Fquery.nytimes.com%2Fsearch%2Fsitesearch%2F%3Faction%3Dclick%26region%3DMasthead%26pgtype%3DHomepage%26module%3DSearchSubmit%26contentCollection%3DHomepage%26t%3Dqry341%23%2FSyria%2520migration&_r=0

Stevis, Matina.  2014.  “Number of  Migrants Trying to Reach Europe Illegally Rose Sharply in 2013,” Wall Street Journal; online at http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304908304579561341054849918?KEYWORDS=Syria+migration&mg=reno64-wsj

Yardley, Jim. 2013. “Out of Syria, Into a European Maze,” New York Times, November 29, 2013; online athttp://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/30/world/middleeast/out-of-syria-into-a-european-maze.html?action=click&module=Search®ion=searchResults&mabReward=relbias%3Ar&url=http%3A%2F%2Fquery.nytimes.com%2Fsearch%2Fsitesearch%2F%3Faction%3Dclick%26region%3DMasthead%26pgtype%3DHomepage%26module%3DSearchSubmit%26contentCollection%3DHomepage%26t%3Dqry341%23%2FSyria%2520migration

UNICEF. 2013. “Syria Crisis: Education Interrupted,” UNICEF, December 2013;online athttp://www.unicef.org/media/files/Education_Interrupted_Dec_2013.pdf

 

You may use these sources, but you are not required to do so. In any case, be sure that you find enough high-quality sources to be able to answer the question clearly, thoroughly, and with sufficient detail. If you choose to use these sources, they’ll give you a pretty good start. There are plenty of good sources on this subject and they’re easy to find!  If you need additional help finding sources, talk to a librarian.


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