January 30, 2019

human sociology

Examine the development of our gendered identities Evaluate theories that address the social construction of gender. Analyze the differing gender roles and expectations in society must describe and analysis of gendered self Clearly applied detailed findings from scholarly sources and course materials, including an analysis using related theories.
January 30, 2019

Community Context

Directions: An explanation of the community context in your field education experience Be sure to support with specific references to this week’s resources and provide full APA citations for your references. Resources: Garthwait, C. L. (2017). The social work practicum: A guide and workbook for students (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Chapter 7, “The Community Context of Practice” (pp. 76-86) Averett, P., Carawan, L., & Burroughs, C. (2012). Getting “tillerized”: Traits and outcomes of students in a rural community field placement. Journal of Social Work Education, 48(1), 75–91.
January 30, 2019

Response on Emergency Management / Disaster

# Question / Indicate what you believe to be a very significant event in the history of emergency management. This can be a disaster, a piece of legislation, or some other defining moment. List the impacts and outcomes of the event and defend your answer. Please choose a modern era (last 20 years) event, other than 9/11, that had an impact on emergency management. # Response / I’m sure I can name any number of significant events in the history of emergency management. I would like to begin this discussion by mentioning hurricane Katrina. As you know that hurricane occurred […]
January 30, 2019


#2. In “Social Problems as Collective Behavior,” Herbert Blumer argues that social problems are products of a process of collective definition instead of existing independently as a set of objective social arrangements with an intrinsic makeup. Why is this distinction important? What do we gain by studying social problems as a process of collective behavior? (the picture below is the class note you can read it before you write the essay :))
January 30, 2019

Graduation Party Location

Graduation Party Location It is now time to revisit your graduation planning activities by choosing your location and entertainment for the party. You will do this by creating tables to compare the attributes and issues of your various choices. Create a new Microsoft Word document and save it as W2P_LastName.docx. Note that you might want to change your page orientation to landscape to better fit your data. Create a table to compare the different locations you chose in Week 1. You can add a table to your document by using the Table icon in the Insert ribbon of Microsoft Word. […]
January 30, 2019

Role Play

Role Play Assignment Throughout this course, you have learned about stressors and ways to deal with them. You have evaluated your own stress level and tried different stress management techniques. Now it is time for you to work with a potential client who is under stress. Prior to completing this assignment review the information presented in this course, read Chapters 15-17 in the text, and view the video on Work-Life Balance (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. This assignment has two parts.   In Part I (minimum of three pages), you will assess the physiological, social, and […]
January 30, 2019

55 year old Caucasian female who presents to office with complaints of fatigue

Anxiety and depression are the most common psychiatric problems you will encounter in your primary care practice. Review this case study HPI: KB, 55 year old Caucasian female who presents to office with complaints of fatigue. The fatigue has been present for 6 months and seems worse in the morning, improving slightly through the day. KB reports a lack of energy and “loss of joy”. States” I really don’t feel like going anywhere or doing anything” Reports she often has difficulty staying on task and completing projects for work. She reports not feeling hungry and does not feel rested when […]
January 30, 2019

Personal leadership competencies

Discussion: You will assess your personal leadership competencies and examine how you can learn to be an effective leader. To prepare for this week’s Shared Practice, read the assigned Learning Resources and complete the leadership competency assessment found on pages 21–22 of “Defining Leadership Code” by Ulrich, Smallwood, and Sweetman (2008). With these thoughts in mind: According to the leadership competency assessment, share your strongest competency and your weakest competency, and comment on your general reaction to the findings of the assessment. For this post, you do not share your actual score, only which competencies were identified as strongest and […]
January 30, 2019

The Wide Awake Know Nothings

Congratulations on joining the hacktivist group The Wide Awake Know Nothings (WAKN). Here at WAKN, our goal is to let the world know that people’s right to free Internet access is being infringed upon by every nation on this planet. This offense must stop right now. Your goal to help WAKN get the message to the world is to find a target and build a misinformation profile on that target that our hacking team can inject onto that targets website. We recommend you read Manipulation Through Mass Media ( and use the ideas discussed in this paper as a guide […]
January 30, 2019

Should private citizens have the right to attack their government’s websites or websites of other governments

Answer or explain ONE of the following: Should private citizens have the right to attack their government’s websites or websites of other governments? Explain. What role does misinformation play in Information Warfare? How do you know what is fact versus fiction? How is mass media involved? Is it a crime to deface, hijack, or steal another entities website to promote another entities ideas? Is this Information Warfare or just a group of crazy adults with a grudge? Find an article on a terrorist group and briefly explain how they manipulate information to get their message across to their country, region, […]
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