Please select the right answer for the following questions: 1. The identity obtained by occupying culturally and socially defined positions is called: a. self b. status c. social identity d. personal identity 2. ______ are rules within a particular social group concerning what actions and attitudes are appropriate. a. Collective prejudice b Social norms c. Socialization methods d. Recategorizations 3. Role Strain occurs when: a. All roles are functioning b. All roles are balanced c. One or more roles are unable to fulfill complete role d. One role does not identify with the individual 4. Social Status is the sum […]
Short reflective response page . A page response on Gilles Deleuze (1992) Postscript on the Societies of Control. The page response should include one page answering : what the reading tells us about structures of inequality? **Please use the reading and highlight key points to answer the question on the paper** Easy vocabulary. Do not summarize reading, its more of like what you got from the reading and what it reminds you at the present day or past so please relate it to other people or historic events or current social issues in the U.S(current events).
Poverty and Food Security The members of the United Nations appreciated the content you provided on population growth. Now they are asking you to expand the whitepaper to include global food security as it relates to population growth and poverty. Read the Case Study and provide an assessment based on the questions below. (For a brief list of resources for this assignment, please see the end of the course guide.) Overview We can view global food security as the effort to build food systems that can feed everyone, everywhere, and every day by improving food quality and promoting nutritional agriculture. […]
Libraries and collections of information often exist for the public good. What do you think would happen if libraries of some types of information were privatized? Support your views with two or three reasons and/or examples. (Cite any sources you referenced.)
The members of the United Nations appreciated the content you provided on population growth. Now they are asking you to expand the whitepaper to include global food security as it relates to population growth and poverty. Read the Case Study and provide an assessment based on the questions below. (For a brief list of resources for this assignment, please see the end of the course guide.) Overview We can view global food security as the effort to build food systems that can feed everyone, everywhere, and every day by improving food quality and promoting nutritional agriculture. That said, there are […]
Case Study 2: I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag Due Week 9 Religion and Politics have traditionally been highly debated topics in our society. Recently, the Pledge of Allegiance has added to this debate. American citizens have generally recited the Pledge of Allegiance at important ceremonies ranging from presidential inaugurations to the beginning of the school day. The pledge has a great deal of sentimental value to many Americans, but also creates a great deal of controversy for others. Review the Supreme Court case Elk Grove Unified School District v. Newdow, which highlights the debate. Write a five to eight […]
After reading chapter 4 in textbook, Working with Families, answer the following question. Submit this assignment as a document. How do you effectively work with clients who present spiritual beliefs or ideas that are different or even in conflict with your own? Use MLA style The reading is: Read chapter 4, Ethically Informed and Spiritually Sensitive Practice, from textbook Kilpatrick, A. C., & Holland, T. P. (2009). Working with families: An integrative model by level of need (5th ed.). Boston: Pearson Allyn and Bacon.
After reading chapters 6 & 7 from Families in a Global Context and watching the video below answer the following questions. The video is Readings are: Read chapter 6, Family, Italian-Style and chapter 7, Family Patterns in Sierra Leone, from textbook Hennon, C. B., & Wilson, S. M. (Eds.). (2008). Families in a global context. New York: Routledge. Discuss families and aging issues in Italy. Tell me some of the things you learned about Sierra Leone that you had not known.
This assignment calls for you to select two Less Developed Countries (LDCs) and assess if there are any factors that are common to both as far as their development is concerned. Your two countries must come from the following list: Burundi Benin Cameroon Nigeria Nicaragua Guatemala Central African Republic North Korea Angola Ghana Chad Yemen Eritrea Cuba Congo Thailand Egypt Iran Equatorial Guinea Zimbabwe Zambia Oman Ethiopia Philippines Congo Liberia Gabon Bahrain Tanzania India Guyana Mexico El Salvador Lebanon Honduras Pakistan Syria Guinea Kenya Sri Lanka Algeria Gambia Mozambique Senegal Malawi Indonesia Namibia Vietnam Morocco Myanmar Rwanda Haiti Sudan Bolivia […]
This past week we focused on race and racism. These are very touchy subjects, and the topics of race and racism are complex and multi-layered. Addressing race and racism in the context of a college classroom presents us with a unique set of challenges. But it seems now, more than ever, we need to engage in open, honest dialogue about these issues. 1. In class on Friday, I showed a slide that said, “The way to get rid of racism is to stop talking about it.” Do you agree or disagree? Why? Provide reasons for your agreement or disagreement.