Please answer all the questions from both part A and B with a minimum of 400 words for each part. Please supports main ideas with substantial, relevant, & accurate evidence. Part A Think about the role of TV on our culture and on us as individuals. Do you think television plays a greater role in uniting us as a culture or in separating us as individuals? How and why? Has this changed over time? (Think about the role that TV played in the 1950s and 1960s vs now). Please create a list of examples of specific TV shows/ types of programming that […]
Perform an analysis of an environmental issue. Prepare a 5- to 8-slide PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes. If you first discuss options with your faculty member, you are also welcome to use a tool such as “Voice Thread” to add audio to your presentation. Include the following: A description of an environmental issue including the cause of the issue and its effects on the environment and people. An explanation of how economics and personal lifestyle choice are involved in this issue. An explanation of how individuals, communities, and/or governments are working to address the environmental issue. Your opinion as to whether the […]
Write a 350- to 700-word summary in which you answer the following questions: What were the major developments in the evolution of mass media during the last century? How did each development influence American culture? What is meant by the term media convergence, and how has it affected everyday life?
The use of personal pronouns (I, my, or we) in scholarly writing is an area of great contention in academia. Some say that the use of personal pronouns is a way of asserting your writer’s voice. However, others will discount the use of personal pronouns as inappropriate. Your course textbook (Ridley, 2008) suggests that one way to assert your writer’s voice is to use personal pronouns in your scholarly writings. Additionally, the APA Style Manual recommends using “I” rather than the third person. However, the use of personal pronouns is often discouraged in academic writings. In this assignment, you will […]
A process recording is a written tool used by field education experience students, field instructors, and faculty to examine the dynamics of social work interactions in time. Process recordings can help in developing and refining interviewing and intervention skills. By conceptualizing and organizing ongoing activities with social work clients, you are able to clarify the purpose of interviews and interventions, identify personal and professional strengths and weaknesses, and improve self-awareness. The process recording is also a useful tool in exploring the interpersonal dynamics and values operating between you and the client system through an analysis of filtering the process used […]
Piedra and Engstrom (2009) noted how the life model “remains general and unspecific regarding factors that affect immigrant families” (p. 272). Recall that there will never be one theory or a model that can fully explain a phenomenon or lay out all the steps and procedures when working with complex issues that clients present to social workers. Recognizing this, Piedra and Engstrom selected another theory in the immigration literature—segmented assimilation theory. They identified concepts from segmented assimilation theory to “fill in” the gaps that the life model does not address. In this Discussion, you examine gaps in the life model […]
1 Community-based drug education programs are mostly likely to be successful when they include which sixDescribe three community 2 What is your overall critical opinion of American Drug War: The Last White Hope? Do you agree with the views presented by the many interviewed participants? If so, why do you think the War on Drugs (arguably the most expensive war the country has ever financed) continues? 3 Explain the difference between drug abuse and drug misuse. Please use the below textbook for you source equired Text: McKenzie, J.F., Pinger, R.R., & Seabert, D.M. (2018). An Introduction to Community & Public Health (9th […]
Tasks: Cultural groups typically have clearly defined expectations for when certain social events should occur. Some of these expectations may be clearly stated, while other expectations are unspoken. Reflect on your own beliefs about when a young adult should achieve the following transitions into adulthood: Moving into his or her own housing, separate from parents Securing a stable career or obtaining formal education Achieving financial independence Getting involved in a serious romantic relationship Getting married or cohabiting Having children Other transitions you consider important What cultural values shape your beliefs? How would you know whether you have stepped outside a cultural norm […]
Discussion: What Is News? As you watch a local news program or read a newspaper, you consume the report of recent events created by professional—and sometimes amateur—writers, editors, and reporters. Regardless of their status, these journalists take time to consider the details of a story and how to present it to you, the news consumer. These details can have a powerful effect on how you perceive local, national, and world events. In this Discussion, you will have an opportunity to become a more savvy news consumer by choosing a news story, determining how it was created, and tracking its “newsworthiness” […]
Strategic Alternatives Read the “Staying on Course with Strategic Metrics” article. As a future health care administrator, you will be required to evaluate the strategies, efficiency, efficacy, and outcomes of your department or strategic business unit (SBU). After examining the article, analyze the strategic alternatives that result from monitoring strategic metrics pertaining to your in the role of a department or SBU manager. List at least two strengths and weaknesses of basing strategic alternatives solely on strategic metrics. Support your primary response with at least one scholarly source. Provide in-text citations and complete references for all sources used.