Case study of Wadesville Community Transcript: Jules Cooper - Probation Officer Analyze the issues of trust in Jules Cooper's ethical decision-making. Analyze issues of boundary-setting and confidentiality in her ethical decision-making. From your personal and professional perspectives, which issue should dominate ethi
Review the articles about men who are survivors of rape. Discuss your response to the these resources and how you would assist someone you know should they share these issue with you. Would a male victim be more likely to share his situation with a male or female? Validate your response. Please refer to the link below and the a
What ways can individuals be empowered, disempowered and how can they combat personal disempowerment? Can you explain how personal empowerment leads to collective empowerment? I'm having a hard time understanding this.
Explore how ideology impinges on communicative competency in practice, especially legal venues such as child protective investigations and services. Explore the extent to which distorted communication practices occur at the level of the intersubjective relations between the system (as represented by the various actors in chil
I am requesting references for this question: What cultural historical artifact best represents the culture in which we live?
Discuss the Impact of NAFTA on Canada, Mexico and the USA.
Discuss Barber's Perception of globalization: "A world for sale is NOT hospitable to democracy" - what does he mean by this?
How effective is the argument that globalization helps reduce poverty?
Discuss Petra's: 1. Reasons that he lists for the Iraq invasion. 2. Perception of America's call for "free trade". 3. Who does he note is the most powerful economic nation? Who Rules the World? James Petras http://petras.lahaine.org/?p=104.
Discuss Fishman's take on the Bush administration's main policy to defeat terrorism. Making a Killing The Myth of Capital's Good Intentions Ted C. Fishman http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-90333356.html
Discuss the effect globalization has had on mass media. Discuss the Regan administrations efforts to block an alternative news source.
Although media and educational institutions support the idea of meritocracy by over representing a portion of the population in positions of power - most notably white, male or domestically born - they also perpetuate the idea that the failure to achieve the American Dream can be attributed to individual shortcomings. Provide
Analyze current policies of the media and education institutions and assess their impact on the ideal of meritocracy. How might these two institutions prevent groups of Americans from achieving Horatio Alger-style success?
Discuss Russian culture. This should include elements important for doing business with people from Russia, whether in Russia or the United States. Bear in mind the following: - What are common experiences people from Russia have when doing business with Americans? - What must Americans know about doing business with Ru
Please use WIKIPEDIA to answer the questions. Search for Liberation Theology. 1. What are the key points made in this brief summary on Gustavo Gutierrez? 2. How does his perspective match up with how American churches see the poor? 3. Based on the information provided in the wikipedia material listed above, how has the Catho
Imagine that you are the counselor who will be working with the family described in the attached case study. Describe the stage each member of the family is at. Explain how you may be able to help the individual family members and the family as a whole. Describe how each family member's grief reaction is different. CASE:
1-Identify and discuss the specific ways parents socialize children along gender lines. Incorporate as much relevant information from the text as possible into your response but be sure to use your own words. 2-Your college roommate/friend is seriously thinking about cohabiting and has come to you for advice. What major issu
How to begin looking at this topic" Same Sex Marriages or Domestic Partnerships. (Your thoughts in terms of religion, societal acceptance, preferences, children, benefits, and any other variable you find appropriate for discussion).
An question from a student about the attached case study of Wadesville High and its surrounding community with particular focus on police Chief DuPree's profile and the ethical challenges that he faced in the case study. The following points were discussed: (1) Identification of the systems Chief DuPree is trying to employ r
Based upon personal, professional, and social identity, develop a profile of your multiple roles. Structure your response with the following questions in mind: Identify the roles you play, and in what contexts you play them in the course of a day. How do these multiple roles affect the specific population you serve? How do your
The original question: "How do the influences of stereotyping culture and social group power play a role during various conflict resolution processes? "Bargaining-based mediation involve lawyers as the mediator. Why do lawyers proceed with a more adversarial approach in arbitration? What are some of these reasons, and when mi
How might a leader's role and responsibilities change as a company becomes more diverse? Should today's leaders develop cultural intelligence?
It's hard to look at what is happening in Mexico without asking how this could be happening to this nation. But it is not the only nation to struggle with "WHO is going to run the nation - the government or the drug cartels?". Mexico is going through what Colombia did 20 years ago - the drug cartels in order to fill the demand f
How is nationalism expressed in the United States and other parts of the world? Who benefits and who loses when nationalism is used as a justification for military interventions such as the War in Iraq? Do you see any exploitation of nationalism in the "War on Terrorism," for example, the drumming up of support during President
The query: I need to provide a detailed evaluation of the systems present in the following case study by identifying systems, analyzing the influence of cultural systems, evaluating the influence of power relations & social constructions, and contextualizing direct and indirect conflict.
The Native American Attachment to Land: Its Impact on the Aspirations of Youth, The Pursuit of Freedom for Women and its Significance in Maintaining Tribal Identity
The question that was originally asked read as follows, "In the Native American culture does attachment to tradition really serve the dreams and ambitions of young people? Are women free to pursue their dreams? When land is that important to your identity and imagination, what happens when you lose it?" This is an interesti
Review the website on 'The Farm'. It is an alternative form of living as a sustainable community. Discuss the pros and cons of communal living. Do you think you would enjoy living in commune? Why or Why not? Website: http://www.thefarm.org/
Why is Afghanistan so hard to control and govern?
Compare traditional views of retirement with current views.
Compare and Contrast natural disasters and man-made disasters: their social implications, public reaction, media reaction, and government response. Do not compare and contrast specific disasters , rather the differences and similarities between natural and man-made disasters in general. You can provide examples to support your