Why is marriage so important in America? - Is there such a thing as the perfect marriage? - Is there a "happily ever after?" Why or why not?
Epistemology of Practice Knowledge Need assistance with a Practice theory that I have chosen to write a project paper on. The theory that I have chosen for the paper is Rational emotive theory. I have to indicate the basic assumptions of the theory and the reason that Rational emotive theory is a good selection. How does
Could you please help me determine if this article is quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods? How do you know? Please help me understand the following questions: Does the purpose statement begin with signaling words? Add If so, what are they? Does the purpose statement identify the strategy of inquiry? If the stu
Can you please summarize and compare/contrast these three mythology theories: Euhemerism, Freud & Jung and Volk.
Given the trends towards higher numbers of divorces and more children born out of wedlock since 1970, should the legal system make it more difficult for married couples to obtain a divorce, and harder for people to cohabit outside of marriage, especially when children are involved? What can the United States government do to st
On the Topic of Subcultures and Culture Shock (Activity): Here is the link to the video http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/videos/player.html .... if the link doesnt work here are the steps... National Geogrraphic Channel Videos. Click People and Places Click Cultures and Customes Scroll through the vi
Which needs should be supplied by the collective action of society and which left to individual effort? What can society afford? What direction do you think social welfare programs are headed in for the future? Why?
The conflict perspective and functionalist perspective shed different light on why prostitution exists. These 2 theories, combined with the feminist theory, help us understand the complex problem of prostitution.
Conflict theory is a Marxist-based theory that views individuals and groups in society as having unequal amounts of resources (both material and nonmaterial). Because of this inequity, those who are on the bottom end of society will ultimately cause a rebellion. Functionalists, on the other hand, look at the relationship betw
After reading the Down-to-Earth Sociology box, â?? The Big Win: Life After the Lottery,â? discuss how your life would change if you won a lottery for $100 million or more. How would your present personal relationships change? Would you change your course of study or even drop out of school? What would be your initial â??spl
Could you please help me determine if this article is quantitative or qualitative? How do you know? Please help me understand the following questions: Does the author identify one overarching theory by name? Does the author provide information about the development of this theory? Does the author give examples of how
Describe two myths of the female divine from different cultures.
1) What challenges and opportunities do non-English speakers face in the United States? In schools? In the workplace or workforce? In other everyday environments? 2) What do you think are the biggest concerns some people have about illegal immigration in the United States? Is it the effect on the U.S. economy, on the populat
I need assistance in understanding the following... Examine the ways in which theory is used for quantitative, qualitative, and mixed studies. Why isn't theory used the same way for all research? Analyze the role of theory in research. Does it serve to connect components of the study? Is it a basis for selecting a research a
Is cloning of human beings immoral? If so why? And whose definition of morality are you using? If you believe that cloning is immoral, do you think the government should pass a law banning cloning? As you see it, what are the potential dangers of cloning? The potential benefits? Of the following potential benefits, which,
Task Name: Phase 4 Individual Project 2 Deliverable Length: 3-4 pages (APA format) Details: Library Research Assignment Social Control: Provide professional and personal examples of how social groups (family, friends, relationships, education, religion, and work) may influence you as an individual using conformity and obedien
After watching the film "Pleasantville", analyze using basic elements of sociology, such as gender, race, and class intersections.
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Professor Lee is writing a proposal for a research grant, and the deadline for the proposal submission is two days from now. To complete the background section of the proposal, Lee copies a few isolated sentences of a journal paper written by another author. The copied sentences consist of brief, factual, one-sentence summarie
Which of these four criminal principles deterrence, incapacitation, retribution and rehabilitation does today's criminal justice system appear to focus on? What is the efficacy and moral implications of the purposes of the criminal justice system? How can society do better at both deterring criminals and preventing crime? ciology Criminal Justice System
Which of these four criminal principles deterrence, incapacitation, retribution and rehabilitation does today's criminal justice system appear to focus on? Rehabilitation is a nice ideal but rarely works. Statistics show that up to 63% of criminals have prior arrest records. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1989) This shows
A researcher has a deep religious faith. Part of this faith is the belief that homosexuality is against God and Godâ??s teachings. The researcher is part of a research team working together on a grant-funded project focusing on adjustment of children raised in families with same-sex parents. The researcher has been tasked with
How will current and future ethical perspectives shape the criminal justice system in the 21st Century? I need scholarly reference. I have research this question and I do not understand the question.
What are the trends in criminal statistical data over the last 40 years? Have the trends of violent and non-violent crime have increased, decreased or remained relatively constant over the past four decades? How will current and future ethical perspectives shape the criminal justice system in the 21st Century? I need to obt
Is the concept of race primarily based on biological or social factors? Summarize the debate.
I need help answering some communication topics: Emotional Intelligence, Strategies for Managing Interpersonal Conflicts, and Gender & Culture in Interpersonal Communications. The paper I am writing about is a reflective paper about language and different culture and how they communicate within their culture or outside their cul
Require assistance with the following problem: STEP ONE Write a short paragraph refreshing my memory regarding the organization or subdivision of that organization that you are studying in your SLP. STEP TWO Describe the degree to which there is gender and racial diversity in your organization. More sp
Assitance required for the problem below: STEP ONE Write a short paragraph refreshing my memory regarding the organization or subdivision of that organization that you are studying in your SLP. STEP TWO Describe the degree to which there is gender and racial diversity in your organization. More specifi
Advise needed in the following task: STEP ONE Write a short paragraph regarding the organization or subdivision of that organization that you are studying in your SLP. STEP TWO Describe how people are formally and informally organized within your organization. STEP THREE Describe
1) What is the most important characteristic that separates good leaders from bad leaders? Defend your position. Before you can address the question, consider the following: You already know there are different types of leaders; therefore, before you can state the one characteristic that you feel is most important in terms of defining a good leader, you need to consider the dynamics of social interaction occurs within organizations. For instance, how do the best leaders interact with individuals and groups? What is the difference between a leader and a manager? Does a person's title, for example CEO or Captain, really make that person a leader?
Dynamics of social interaction are present in all organizations. Within any given organization there are individuals who do the bare minimum to get by. There are those who would rather complain that do any productive work whatsoever. Every organization also has overachievers as well as those who are completely devoted to the
What role did the social location of most Trinidadians play in crafting the local meaning of Coca-Cola? According to Miller, how did this 'local' interpretation challenge the dominance of this global corporation? In what way does Hall's idea about power struggle over meanings play out in his study?
This is new learning and trying to gain understanding List the major types of criminological research. Examine at least three theories of these research tools, and explain the benefits and limitations of these types of research. I need to understand in clear terms and need sources. This is new learning for me.