” Is his methodology scientific? You must list all the sources consulted when preparing


Is his methodology scientific?
You must list all the sources consulted when preparing your answer, in APA or ASA format.
You may review the following sources of information:
Unstable Housing (Links to an external site.)
The stories behind the unseen eviction crisis (Links to an external site.)
Evicted: Book presentation (Links to an external site.)
Forced Out: For many poor Americans (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Evicted: Poverty and Profit (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Watching Families Loose their home (Links to an external site.)
\\inks to an external site
Grading criteria:
Student can gain up to 5 points per paragraph written, and 5 points for the bibliography (list of sources consulted).
Each paragraph must answer one of the questions.
Each paragraph must demonstrate that the student completed the required readings and videos. Each paragraph must contain a direct reference or quotation to some of the required readings.
Each paragraph must be original, using student’s own work and ideas.
A complete list of used-sources must be included after the 3 paragraphs. Sources must be listed using APA, ASA or MLA format.

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Describe one specific example of a round and one specific example of a dyad

Describe one specific example of a round and one specific example of a dyad exercise that you could implement in a meeting with a task group, project group, or team to enhance the motivation, decision-making process, performance, and/or productivity of the group. In your replies, offer helpful recommendations on how to refine or adapt these exercises and feel free to share relevant experiences from group/team meetings in your personal or professional context.

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The book to be reviewed is Waithe’s and Gallager’s, A Case For Marriage: Why

The book to be reviewed is Waithe’s and Gallager’s, A Case For Marriage: Why Married People are Happier, Healthier and Better off Financially. Please use the following format in preparing 4-MAT book reviews. Please intertwine the Learning Outcomes for this lesson. This assignment will give you the opportunity to understand how the concepts of this book can enhance your future work as counsellors in a theoretical and practical manner.
INSTRUCTIONS
• The student will address the importance of marriage in a well-written 3-5-page paper in current APA format (not including Title Page or References). Please use at least 3 citations. Acceptable sources (e.g. scholarly articles published within the last five years and the Bible).
Use the outline below for the format of your paper:
• Summary: Summarize what you have read as if you were the author boiling down the book into 150 to 200 tight words. Prove that you comprehend the readings by writing a no-nonsense summary.
• Concrete responses: Get vulnerable! In 200 to 250 words, relate a personal life episode that this book connected with in your own life experience. Relate your story in first person, describing action, quoting sentences you remember hearing or saying. In the teaching style of Jesus, this is a do-it-yourself parable, case study, confession. You will remember almost nothing you have read unless you make this critical, personal connection. What video memory began to roll? This is your chance to tell your story and make new ideas found in the book your own.
• Reflection: What new questions pop up for you in response to what you have read? Keep a rough note sheet at hand as you read. Begin with questions like, “What would I like further information on?” Where do I not agree/strongly agree with the author?” or “What bothers me/excites me about this content?” This section should be at least 200 to 250 words.
• Application: How does information book influence how you are going to continue your own personal growth process? What actions or changes are you going to make in your life as a result of your learning? Your response here is a matter of obedience first, questions later. Be precise in summarizing your action steps (limit these comments to about 150 to 200 words).

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DBFA620 Wk 5 DQ Why Marry

Combine what you’re reading in your course texts and learning in the lectures to offer insight on your thoughts on this question. Suppose you are hired as the new Chief Marketing Officer of Marriage in America for the younger generation. How would you “market” marriage to the next generation to help them to understand its benefits?

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Watch a movie and answer 3 questions about about it

The movie is called Crip Camp
Directions:
You are required to respond to the following questions. Your initial
response must be thorough, and a minimum of 3-5 sentences for each
question.
The questions are:
1. What was your favorite part of the film? Why?
2. What thoughts or feelings came to mind as you finished the film?
3. Did anything that happened in this movie remind you of something
that has occurred in your own life or that you have seen occur to
others? Be specific.
the link for it:

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Length: 2 Pages (Not including cover page, references, or data appendix), Double-Spaced Using Analyzing Existing

Length: 2 Pages (Not including cover page, references, or data appendix), Double-Spaced
Using Analyzing Existing Statistics (also known as Secondary Data Analysis) research method, report ‘Top 10 Best Cities’ to work for young college graduates. In other words, using the secondary data/statistics collected by governments, non-profit organizations, or private businesses (i.e., from the websites of U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), etc.), you are expected to select and present a list of top 10 cities where you wish to work and start your family.
Note: The process of analyzing existing statistics is discussed in the ‘Analyzing Existing Statistics’ section in Chapter 1. With this assignment, you will learn how to locate and utilize existing statistics.

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There are two components to this assignment. Part I: Make suggested revisions. PLEASE HIGHLIGHT,

There are two components to this assignment.
Part I: Make suggested revisions. PLEASE HIGHLIGHT, BOLD OR PUT IN A DIFFERENT COLOR FONT ALL OF MY CHANGES!!! In order to receive full credit for this assignment, students must incorporate all of the instructor’s feedback to the original essay including but not limited to:
The introduction and thesis statement
Grammar and mechanics
Changes to the structure of the paper
Documentation and formatting
Support for arguments
Transitions, topic sentences, etc.
Conclusion
Part II: Cover Letter
Write a letter reflecting on your revision. The letter should be in a professional format and should include the following:
A description of the original task and a summary of the feedback on the original submission.
An explanation of the changes you made to the original essay.
• What you learned about your particular strengths, weaknesses, and habits as a writer.

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Sociology 650 words of event that you have gone through that has changed your perception

How has this passage changed how you interact with others? How has it changed who you interact with? Please use concepts and terms from the text to better explain your experiences.
For example: graduated from high school, got your driver’s license, etc.
1 page minimum (600-650 Words per page)
Please include the word count at the bottom of the page
Please only respond to 1 of the topics.

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List at least three norms, folkways, and mores of American society. How significant are these

List at least three norms, folkways, and mores of American society. How significant are these within the current American culture? If members from a past generation (e.g., your grandparents) made this list, would it look similar or different? In the same post, answer the following questions:
What do these differences or similarities imply about the social changes within our society?
How might these differ between an ideal and real society?

Here are some examples to consider:
Folkways are a type of norm that creates structure. Raising one’s hand to speak in a lecture signifies a norm.
Mores focus on moral and immoral behaviors. Cohabitation prior to marriage might be considered immoral and result in negative responses from family members.

Remember to fully explain and apply course material with educational support for consideration of credit.The post should be a minimum of 150 words.
Your original discussion post must include two sources cited in APA Style.

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1. After reviewing the course materials, what is one reason Matthew Desmond argues for the

1. After reviewing the course materials, what is one reason Matthew Desmond argues for the income inequality in the U.S.?
2. Based on the materials presented in this module, do you believe the U.S. is a meritocratic society? Why or why not? You must provide at least one source to support your position.
NOTE: Make sure you cite your source(s)
https://youtu.be/NY4Q8XQ0n6Ehttps://www.schoolinfosystem.org/2017/05/11/how-homeownership-became-the-engine-of-american-inequality/https://youtu.be/w2VwVH4WNYY

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pdf) Video: Tim Wise: On White Privilege (Clip) (Links to an external site.) Intersectionality Infographic

pdf)
Video: Tim Wise: On White Privilege (Clip) (Links to an external site.)
Intersectionality Infographic (see below)
Assignment:
Select two of the three questions below and provide at minimum 5-7 sentences in response. Write the sentence and provide your response below it. Please keep in mind to respond in terms of your role as a social worker and the work you will be doing with potential clients.
Do you believe that oppression within systems can be changed? If so reflect on a historical and current example illustrating this?
Do you see it as your role to engage and educate decision makers regarding issues of race and oppression? Why or why not?
Are you afraid of challenging systems and decision-makers? If so, what small steps can you take to strategize with others and overcome your fear? Who would you consider recruiting as allies in challenging the status quo?

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Persons of all social classes were devastated by economic suffering and resorted to desperate

Persons of all social classes were devastated by economic suffering and resorted to desperate and improvisational survival strategies.
Controversy exists about the precise causes of the Great Depression in 1929
Other theorists argue convincingly that the Great Depression occurred because the majority of American consumers lacked sufficient resources to purchase consumer goods
https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop

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Learn and Reflect- Sociology White Collar Crime

Your responses should be detailed explanations that combine your knowledge of the material with your informed opinion on the subject matter. An informed opinion is one that relies not only on personal preference, experience, and/or individual attitudes but also on expert knowledge of criminology. If you can answer the question in less than 200 words, you need to expand upon your ideas. Deepen your responses by discussing examples from the readings, your personal experience, themes discussed in past classes, or current events. You can also deepen responses by adding detail, considering alternative perspectives, or posing questions.
Prompts
1. In The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison the authors argue that the criminal justice system is like a carnival mirror. What do they mean by this and what evidence do they provide? In their view, how would the criminal justice system need to change in order to become a more accurate “mirror”?
2. Explain the difference between the legalistic approach to white-collar crime and the social injuries/ harms approach. Discuss the various arguments for and against the social injuries/ harms approach and then weigh in on the debate by discussing potential downfalls or limitations.
3. What are some of the specific challenges related to researching white-collar crime relative to conventional crimes? Support your argument using some examples from the lecture narrative. In your opinion, what are the three most important things a researcher needs to take into account when embarking on a study of white-collar crime?
4. You are a researcher setting out to study an explosion on an oil rig owned by a multinational corporation. The explosion has resulted in the death of several workers and widespread environmental damage. Choose 2 research methods that you believe are most appropriate to apply to this type of white-collar crime. In your discussion, explain the strengths and weaknesses of each method as they apply to this particular case of white-collar crime.

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Week 6 Assignment: You Decide Census Paper

Length: Fill out all cells of the Pre-Writing Map worksheet
References, with full reference entries in APA Style (minimum of 4 outside scholarly sources in addition to the textbook/lesson) for the paper

Instructions
In this week’s lesson, you learned about the U.S. Census Bureau’s most recent racial and ethnic categories. For this assignment, consider the racial and ethnic categories used in the 2020 Census with the four racial, ethnic, and gender categories used in the 1790 Census: Free white males, free white females, all other free persons, slaves (Pew Research Center, 2015). Analyze the concepts of race, ethnicity, and gender as social constructs, just as sociologists do, by addressing the following:

Explain how you might have been categorized by the 1790 Census and how you would have been categorized by the 2020 Census.
Compare and contrast the two potential categorizations and explain how this exercise shows that the concepts of race, ethnicity, and even gender change over time. Most importantly, explain how this exercise shows that the concepts of race, ethnicity, and gender are social constructs.
Determine and describe what ethnic, racial, and/or gender categories, if any, would be best, in your view, for the 2030 Census, to most accurately show the diversity of the U.S. population and to promote social justice. What categories would be best to reveal the segments of the U. S. population most vulnerable to racial, ethnic, and/or gender inequalities or discrimination? What categories could be listed in the 2030 Census that might best educate the U. S. population on differences between race and ethnicity, and promote social justice? Explain your decisions
Include headings for each of the three main sections of the paper:

What the Census Might Have Called Me
Social Constructs
Better Future Census Categories
Each of the three main sections of your paper must contain scholarly support in the form of quotes or paraphrases with respective citations from assigned reading (the textbook/lesson) and the outside scholarly source that you identify on your own.

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For Reflective Project #1, you may choose one of the following two options. Please ensure

For Reflective Project #1, you may choose one of the following two options. Please ensure that your paper is around 3 pages, double-spaced, with a heading (your name, course info, etc.) and a creative title. Remember that you must utilize ideas and concepts from the textbook, class lectures and discussions to illustrate your point, so the prompt that you choose to write about must reference any of those corresponding chapters, lectures, discussions, and/or activities. Lastly, factors such as spelling, punctuation, and grammar certainly count towards your reflection paper grade, so be sure to edit your paper beforehand.
Below are the two prompts that you may choose (one) to write about:
1) Break a social norm of dress/attire (be sure not to wear anything illegal, dangerous, or extremely disruptive). Here are some ideas: try dressing in female clothes if you are a male; wear formal attire to a casual get together; wear clothing that is too warm/too cold for the weather; wear stripes with polka dots, wear an unfashionable or outdated outfit, etc. Then, interact with others and observe their responses while wearing your norm-breaking outfit. If you would like to break a different type of norm (not one of dress or attire), then please check out this page on Options for Breaking a Social Norm.In your paper, address the following:
State the Problem: define the norm you will violate, discuss briefly how this norm acts as a mechanism of social control, and describe what you will do to violate the norm.
Hypothesis: describe the range of possible reactions others will have to the violation of this norm, what do you predict the major reaction will be?
Describe the Setting: physical-where is the norm violation taking place? Social-how many and what types of people are observing?
Describe the Incident: tell what happened.
Summary and Interpretation: how did you feel as you were violating the norm? Why did you feel the way you did? Did people react the way you expected? Did you encounter any difficulties in carrying out your assignment? What, if anything, did you learn about how norms exercise social control?

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Are there any laws that you find to be unfair or legal punishments for crimes

Are there any laws that you find to be unfair or legal punishments for crimes committed that you think are too strong, harsh, or outdated? If not, why not? If so, what are they? Why do you think these laws and punishments exist even though they are unfair? What values (and whose values) do they reflect? What do these laws and punishments teach you about power relations in U.S. society?
Are we more or less connected to other people nowadays? Does technology help us form relationships with others or does it impede our ability to make new friends?

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This is a two part question. 1. Do you think that the Project Prevention program is a viable solution Essay

This is a two part question.

1. Do you think that the Project Prevention program is a viable solution to parental drug addiction? Why or why not? Give your idea for two alternative solutions.
Support your answer with research.

2. Discuss one pro and one con of the TX abortion law. What implications does this law have for social work?

Post at least 125 – 200 Words per question.
Use research to support your answers.

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Explain why these were significant and how you related to them. Identify something you

Explain why these were significant and how you related to them. Identify something you didn’t understand well or that you had questions about.” My Discussion? ” Applewhite A. (2016). Where Ageism Comes And What It Does. This Chair Rocks (page 1). New York, Celadon Books. “Negative messages about aging cast a shadow across the entire life of every American, stunting our prospects, economy, and civic life. This is oppression: being controlled or treated unjustly”Applewhite A. (2016). Our ages, ourselves: identity. This Chair Rocks (page 43). New York, Celadon Books. “When we internalize stereotypes of olders as useless and debiliated, it’s understandable that we experience aging as trauma-the Detrayal of the body and the dissolution of our place in the world along with it”.In both sentences, a transcendental concept is that Applewhite thinks that aging can be a great dilemma in the lives of all Americans and that they grow conditioned because the years pass so quickly. The writer also says that we are totally conditioned by the advertisements that come out of television which want to teach us that the perfect stereotype is always to look younger than we are. The main message of those advertisements is that we need to hide that time has passed and that we are getting old. An impressive idea that the author wants to convey is that everyone teaches us from childhood that growing up is something negative, that our body begins to function badly, that we are not going to be worth anymore, that we lose value and desire to keep living and that we must do everything we can to delay getting old. The two quotes I have chosen are related because the author tries to open her reader’s eyes and she teaches them to stop believing in stereotypes that society wants to impose. Applewhite A. (2016). Our ages, ourselves: identity. This Chair Rocks (page 47 ). New York, Celadon Books. “Aging is, obviously, a process. The older we grow, the more complexly layered identity becomes, the fatter the file in which our knowledge and memories are stored, in which, in turn, our sense of self resides”. I would have many questions about that phrase from many aspects of life, since I am currently at a young age and there are many things in life that I cannot understand, and that phrase of the writer produces many doubts about the process of living. The quote generates me enthusiasm and questions about the experience of living. When I am much older, I will verify what the author emphasizes. I would ask the writer: “How complex can life be?”, “Will I find my identity and what I want for my whole life?”. Questions that will be answered later and that I will have to live much longer to answer.
My fellow classmates replies that you need to reply to them ?
1- Alfredo Roman: Good evening class,I have to admit that it was delight to read the first chapter of, This Chair Rocks. Dr. Rainey is spot on when she mentioned that the book is not your normal read. The first chapter was: clever, witty, and quite frankly a bit entertaining. That said, there is plenty of in-depth, research based, and data-based material to digest. Historian David Hackett Fischer explained that when we do not come to terms with the transition to older age. we create a destructive, ignorant, and distaste for others in that age group (Applewhite, 2016, p.17). That also turns in to distaste for oneself. Having such an ignorant and negative outlook on what is inevitable for all of us could have dire consequences on an individual and societal level. These norms are already in place and in action as the years move on in our society. If we do not seek and make a change to this baseless way of thinking, we will self-manifest as a society to a more: conflictive, divisive, and uncompassionate country. This message is so relatable to current day events in the world and society. I being an optimistic and positive person prefer the Successful Aging Model (Applewhite, 2016, p.17-18). Healthy behaviors, a can-do attitude as a society can open our minds to change those old ways of thinking and treating our older folks in an appropriate way. Walter Mosley put it “When you become old, you become black…anybody that’s poor, who gets really old, anybody who suffers some kind of traumatic physical ailment, they realized what it is to be pushed aside by a society that is moving ahead with they believe is good…” (Applewhite, 2016, p.35). This struck a very strong cord with me. Being that I am a minority, my experience in America has had its challenges but we can not compare it to African American experience. Mosley took me down a way of thinking that I had never considered, nor seemed comparable. But as I learn, explore, and discover the treatment of this population I can see the similarities and the covert prejudice. We have a long road ahead of us to make change. It will take a lot of work and compassionate people, but it can be done. Applewhite said it best, “The mutually advantageous alternative is to see age as an asset. Exploit the “experience dividend” that this new cohort embodies. Acknowledge that olders are not mere burdens but contribute to society, and that their value as human beings is independent of conventional economic productivity” (Applewhite, 2016, p.37). Working together will produce the best results for all age groups in an even equitable manner. reply…..
2-Nicole Costello : Aging in our country is very vain, not enough people want to embrace the aging process. Men and women alike all age at different rates. This makes it a much easier process to deny or reject our chronological ages, I myself do not feel 44. Although some days the age creeps in and oh my, I have aches and pains I didn’t have yesterday or at times even hours before. I am finding that with more people exercising and eating healthy, the age denial an easier process. “Stereotype embodiment theory” according to Becca Levy (page 42) a Yale Psychologist and Age Scholar who used negative and positive words that were associated with aging process later in life on a screen, flashing them briefly that way the subjects couldn’t really pay attention to them. I found it interesting that the older people who were exposed to the positive words recalled positively to aging related items than those who were exposed to the negative words about aging. There have been many times I have related to this idea of the negative effects of aging flashing across a screen depressing me or making me sad. You start to feel old or embody the old age idea. Why is Hitting the Age Wall (page 44) so significant and real? Has anyone ever experienced this? Applewhite talks about how while interviewing Betty Soskin a Park Ranger she discusses hitting that age wall while on a hike in the Grand Canyon. Betty describes walking past a group of older adults who were talking, and she started relating to them, walking slower and feeling older as she stood near them. I have not heard of this theory before, is those a true experience?I mentioned how vain our country is regarding aging, I am not a saint in this subject. I just covered my gray hair because I couldn’t stand it anymore. It wasn’t terrible; however, I noticed every strand and couldn’t stomach the thought any longer. The aging process is inevitable, we all know this, we all recognize it. But why can’t we accept it? At what age is aging appropriate? Is there really an age? Applewhite mentions this (page 47) regarding the inevitable changes of our lives, and even our bodies. She says, “The older we grow, the more complexly layered identity becomes”. This is so true, as you are no longer the girlfriend in a relationship, you become the wife, the mother, the grandmother, and at times a great grandmother. Same for the men, boyfriends, husbands, fathers, grandfathers, etc. the layers of titles and experiences of aging that is inevitable at time goes on. However, with these title changes comes the physical changes too, gray hair, wrinkles, hunching back, slower walking, no walking; maybe you are in a wheelchair. Aging as we are finding is everywhere, no one person can stop this process, no matter how fit, vain, or how much the ignore the process. We all find the same end result, just at a different rate. Reply….
PS: For your TWO peer replies , engage with the author by elaborating, comparing or contrasting, sharing counterpoints (stats and/or studies welcome!), or drawing connections to specific sociological concepts or theories. This is an opportunity to demonstrate critical thinking, so avoid simplistic replies that mainly repeat the author’s post or others’ replies. Try to bring something new, insightful, or provocative to the discussion! You want to further the conversation by adding new ideas, information, or perspectives. It’s OK to play “devil’s advocate”, just let others know so we’re all on the same page. Be sure to use in-text citations when appropriate and page numbers so others can easily find the passages you’re discussing!
#for your replies write about10-11 sentiences paragraphs

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Today we see dual-wage earners, single parents, legal same-sex couples, and many other family

Today we see dual-wage earners, single parents, legal same-sex couples, and many other family formats that represent a change from the ways in which families were represented and experienced at other times.
In addition to your chapter in the text, this video, “The History of Marriage” narrated by Stephanie Coontz, dispels some myths about early families: https://youtu.be/YSTdKLrA7nU.
Using the text, the video, and your supplemental readings, discuss how families have changed over time, particularly in the last 100 years, and most especially in very recent times.
MUST USE THE ATTACHED TEXT AND THE VIDEO FOR THE RESPONSE IF SOMETHING ELSE IS USED I WILL BE REFUNDING THE QUESTION.

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Select three categories from the internal attributes list from this week’s lecture (e.g., economic stability,

Select three categories from the internal attributes list from this week’s lecture (e.g., economic stability, workforce skill level, education level, etc.).
For each selected internal attribute, explain whether you would label it as a strength or a weakness for your community. Provide specific examples from your community to justify your rationale.
Then, select three categories from the external attributes list from this week’s lecture (e.g., proximity to other cities, diversity of population, age of population, etc.).
For each selected external attribute, explain whether you would label it as an opportunity or threat for your community. Provide specific examples from your community to justify your rationale.

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