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    Behavior & Motivation

    1-Are all of our behaviors needs based? Is sacrifice evidence that one can place their psychological needs ahead of physical needs? Share a time when you observed an example of sacrifice...how did it make you feel? 2-Can a rich person ever effectively counsel the homeless or poor? Can a single person effectively counsel the m

    Developing Hunches: An exercise

    Hunches Develop a number of hunches about the clients in the following vignettes. What is the basis of your hunch (theory, experience, knowledge about social conditions, etc.)? Leah is a 13-year-old runaway living on the streets with a group of three other teens. They show up at the food kitchen occasionally, where a c

    Dealing with Personal Subject Matters in an Interview

    Hi. Can you please help me understand and answer the following questions? Thank you. - Are there subject matters you would feel uncomfortable addressing as an interviewer because of personal issues? What is your plan to deal with that?

    Conflict Perspective: Corporate Welfare

    Please help me in taking on the academic problem below - In a time of economic turmoil and a major presidential election, do you agree or disagree with the conflict perspective on corporate welfare? Explain and defend your view.

    Self-examination: Free will, genogram and control

    1-Pretend that you were viewing your own family's genogram. What trend information would you notice? 2-Are people victims if they only choose to be? Is there such a thing as free-will? How much control do we have over our own lives?

    Defining American Culture

    The Solution explores the following questions to help the student in understanding the concepts therein - What material and/or nonmaterial elements would you hypothesize most characteristically define American culture? Why? Explain and defend your rationale.

    Patterns or Themes: Counselling

    Question: How do you identify patterns or themes in a participant's perceptions? Iesource: Interviewing in Action - Relationship, Process and Change. Second Edition Authors - Bianca Cody Murphy and Carolyn Dillon, Chapters 3 and 4.

    Ethical Standards

    Which part of the Ethical Standards of Human Services Professionals will be the hardest to follow? Why?


    Why are the following most important to a Human Services Worker: 1. Are feelings expressed? 2. Is there eye contact during communication? 3. What nonverbal behaviors do you observe and what might these behaviors indicate? 4. How much influence do the parents and/or extended family have? 5. Does the women defer to the man?

    Defining Important Sociological Concepts

    1).What does Mills mean by the "sociological imagination"? A). Identify a private trouble or personal issue you are aware of, have experienced, or are experiencing. (For example, difficulty in getting a job, healthcare, childcare, divorce, rising cost of housing, rising cost of education.) B). Discuss how the issue

    Internet Article Review: Human Services

    Internet Article Review o Find an article on the Internet that describes human services needs that people have in their lives in areas including, but not limited to, health care, mental health, childcare, housing, recreation, employment, and/or education. o Write a 800 to 1,150-word paper in which you discuss your th

    Sociological Research

    1. Write a hypothesis that pertains to sociology i.e homelessness, drug abuse, violence etc. 2. Identify the independent and dependent variables 3. Operationalize the concepts in your hypotheses 4. What would your population be and how would a representative sample important to research? 5. Decide which research meth

    Verbatim Dialogue

    Write a 5-7 minute interview with you playing the clinician. Present a real or imagined problem for the interview, such as a concern about work or school, a relationship issue, or a career issue. Pretend there is someone there observing the session. Introduce yourself and open the interview by making the participant comfortable,

    Poverty and Children in the United States

    Please can you assist me with the following questions: - Analyze and examine the social problem of poverty and children in the US. - Support answer with sociological theories.

    Distinguish features of social groups from those of formal organizations.

    Please assist with the following so that I can complete the assignment: Groups and Organizations ? Distinguish features of social groups from those of formal organizations. ? Project how formal organizations might evolve in the future. ? Compose a response to the following: o Describe a social group and a formal organiz

    Social status

    Describe your social status as you see it. For example, if you have a job, is your status at work different than it is in your peer groups? Is your status in school different than it is in your family? Explain the differences in how you interact with people at work and school or with friends and family. You may use any examples

    Sociology - In Groups, Out Groups

    Think of a situation you have encountered or have heard of in which there were in-groups and out-groups (previous/current workplace, high school, etc.). Describe a few of the groups What traits account for the groups falling into each category? What types of influences did those groups have on their members? Describe

    The family as a whole is under great pressure in today's culture.

    I need some assistance in answering the following in a short answer response: The family as a whole is under great pressure in today's culture. Lives are more hectic, the media presents a life style that is often not embraced by the Christian community, and many families do not have the luxury to live near their extended fam

    Discussion of modern to postmodern society

    Concerning the social change and the future this IP explores views of social change and its impact on individuals, social institutions, the world of work and society. Using the assigned readings as a basis for your understanding, respond to the following (be specific): What were the main concerns of Tonnies, Marx, Durkheim

    Case Study on Foucault's Discourse: Culture & Identity

    Please help me so that I can complete the assignment below: Isabella and Renee are both freshman at New Town University. They have been assigned as roommates in the dorm. Prior to moving in, they engage in a telephone conversation about how they will decorate and furnish their room. Note the following: Both girls are of I

    The Committee to Defend Women's Rights in the Middle East website

    I need some help getting started on this assignment. Any help will be much appreciated. Visit the Committee to Defend Women's Rights in the Middle East website: http://www.middleastwomen.org Select "Articles" from the menu at the left. Choose one article discussing women's rights issues in the Middle East. Using the "Wom

    Implications of Culture and Ethnocentrism

    Select a movie or TV show that effectively communicates the culture, values and norms of a society which is different from your own. Ideally this movie or TV show would be a foreign film complete with subtitles. The movie or TV show should provide you with a glimpse of what life is like in another culture. The process of watchin