Sociology

Parenting Styles Paper

Applying Baumrinds parenting styles, reflect on your early childhood years. What style of parenting did your parents use? Did both parents use the  same style or were they different? Explain your answers, using examples. How has their parenting style affected the person you have become? How has their style of parenting affected how you discipline (or plan to discipline) your own children?   Your essay should address each of these topics. Your essay must be written in APA format, using appropriate spelling, grammar, punctuation, and paragraph organization.

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

The Different sociological Theories and Concepts

For this assignment, you will reflect on the different sociological theories and concepts you learned in this course. You will use critical thinking to evaluate those concepts and apply them to your work, home, and/or community life. You may draw from the readings, videos, lectures, discussions, and assignments to help you construct your paper, but you must also use at least one article from the CSU Online Library. Write a two-page reflection paper that addresses the following requirements: Explain how sociological theories and concepts affect your work, home, and/or community life and influence your future learning opportunities. Identify a minimum of two different sociological concepts or theories you learned from this course and explain how you will apply these sociological concepts or theories to your work, home, and/or community life. Use specific sociological terms and concepts from the textbook readings and article from the library in your paper to demonstrate that you understand and can apply the concepts. Some examples of topics/concepts/theories that you can apply to your own life include (but are not limited to): sociological imagination sociological perspectives elements of culture breaking norms deviance the role of socialization agents of socialization theories of self social structure roles or status groups inequality social class gender roles perspectives on aging life chances race/ethnicity social institutions’ (i.e., family, religion, education) role in society social change the environment population dynamics Create citations and a references list for all cited materials. Include a title page, and use 12-point font, double spacing, and one-inch margins for your paper.

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

Economic, Political, and Cultural dimensions of Globalization

I will check for plagiarism before rating your work and releasing any payment.   ·        Introduction: Write an introduction to your paper. Your introduction should be ½-1 page. ·        Discuss the ways in which the economic, political, and cultural dimensions of globalization operate, using 2 recent sources (not more than 5 years old) for each of the 3 topics. ·        These sources can be academic, non-academic (such as newspaper and magazine articles), or a combination. This portion of your paper should be 4 pages in length. ·        Globalization example: Find 2 recent example of “economic dimension of globalization” ·        Globalization example: Find 2 recent example of “political dimension of globalization” ·        Globalization example: Find 2 recent example of “cultural dimension of globalization”   Your paper should be structured in the following way 1.      Introduction 2.      Topic 1 (economic dimension of globalization) 3.      Topic 2 (political dimension of globalization) 4.      Topic 3 (cultural dimension of globalization) 5.      Globalization example 6.      Works Cited

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

Enlightenment

I agree that Enlightenment was an era that contributed to the expansion and evolution of society to the current world. It is true to state that the era has promoted science and discoveries driving contemporary society. A great scientist engineered the new revolutionary ideas in the world. It is correct to note the grandiose ideas of Isaac Newton, Thomas Hobbes, Erasmus Darwin, Marquis Depombal, and Denis Diderot encouraged the new perception of the world, consciousness, science, and the connection with God. I think that this evolutionary period was surrounded by people with understanding, reason, and high logic. I confer with the statement that Isaac Newton was the father of science who challenged people to draw knowledge from the world around us. Additionally, Erasmus Darwin proved to the world that the world was much older than it is described in the biblical context.  I t is true that the contributions of Denis Diderot helped people around the globe to adapt skills that can help a society to evolve through the knowledge of the Encyclopedia. The high mid of Marquis assisted in redesigning the new city of Portugal in terms of modern infrastructure. I think the current world exists because of the contributions that were made by these men. contact me through  samanthanier92@gmail.com +1(279) 600-5883

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

Life and Debt

In a 3 page (double-spaced) response, answer the following questions about the film:” Life and Debt Questions:  – What is the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and how has it shaped the social, political and economic landscape of Jamaica? -What is meant by “machete vs machine” and how does this phenomenon express the predicament of Jamaican workers, farmers and citizens in relation to IMF policy. -What are some of the health impacts of IMF policy in Jamaica? How has this policy shaped these health impacts? Be specific and thorough here.  Film can be found at:  https://www.amazon.com/Life-Debt-Michael-Manley/dp/B07GQS439Q/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1X49IMLNCL050&dchild=1&keywords=life+and+debt+documentary&qid=1597684572&sprefix=life+and+debt+%2Caps%2C220&sr=8-1

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

Human Resources

Q1: How do you think the arbitrator ruled?  Why?  What is the supporting evidence?   Vacation disagreement goes to the Arbitrator Facts: When Bruce Reaves quit his job at the end of January of a recent year, the personnel manager saw to it that his final check included all pay and allowances due as of his last day of work. Management assumed that was the last they would see of this former employee, but seven months later—shortly before August 1 of that year—Stan showed up to collect his one week of vacation pay. The personnel manager said he was not due the vacation pay. Stan may have expected that response for he had a copy of the union contract with him, with sentences in the vacation pay clause underlined. “It says here that to be eligible for a week of vacation a man must have worked 100 days prior to August 1 of the vacation year,” he pointed out. “I finished my last vacation on August 10, and worked more than 100 days before I quit, so I’m entitled to the money.” “But that clause, and the reference to August 1, presupposes that an employee would still be on the payroll when the new vacation season rolls around,” the personnel manager explained. “Maybe that’s what you presupposed, not what the union presupposed. I checked with the union and they agree with me that I’ve got the money coming to me.” As Stan was no longer an employee, he could not file a grievance directly. The union, however, filed one in his behalf, and a few months later the union summoned an arbitrator to rule on how the following contract language applied to Stan’s case: CONTRACT LANGUAGE: ARTICLE XVII—VACATIONS: Employees to be eligible for one week’s vacation with pay shall have worked 100 working days prior to August 1 of the vacation year. An employee’s vacation pay is to be based upon the straight time average earned for the months of January, February, and March or February, March, and April of the vacation year. The period selected to be on a departmental basis. Employees on leave of absence due to injury, sickness, or other need for medical care shall be considered as working during such leaves of absence for purposes of computing vacations. The company’s chief arguments were: 1.         The reference to August 1 means that only those on the rolls as employees on that date are entitled to vacation pay, provided they also meet the 100-day requirement. 2.         According to union interpretation, a man who quits after working 100 days after his last vacation can still get vacation money the following year. This was not the intention of the negotiators. 3.         The fact that the rate of vacation pay is based upon earnings during the first three or four months of the year reinforces management’s judgment that a man can’t quit in January and still collect for a vacation. The union’s answer was: 1.         According to management interpretation, a man who quits or dies at the end of July would not be entitled to any vacation money, no matter how many days he worked since the last vacation. It is not believable that the negotiators could have intended such a result. 2.         The August 1 date is merely the cutoff point for meeting the 100-day requirement. It doesn’t mean that a man who already qualified for vacation money has to be employed on that date. 3.         The reference to January through April is just a convenient way of computing the amount of vacation pay. It has nothing to do with eligibility. We will have no trouble determining the amount of money Stan is supposed to receive.

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

psychosocial Rehabilitation and Integration

Graded LP2.2 Assignment: Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Integration Instructions Read the article “Psychiatric Rehabilitation Today” located at the following link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1636112/ Read article “ Reintegration of Mentally Ill Persons into Community – Strengthening Social Network” located at the following link: http://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol20-issue4/Version-1/K020415255.pdf Identify the three keystone goals of psychosocial rehabilitation. Describe the role of psychosocial rehabilitation in supporting the client’s integration with society. In 500-750 words, prepare this assignment in a MS Word and submit to your instructor via the dropbox.

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

Addressing Racism

In an 8- to 10-page paper (2200 to 2500 words), please address the following:  Referring to our course materials and your own independent research, define in your own words the ideology of racism. Be specific and cite your sources.  Explain in detail the ways in which racism has been historically supported through inaccurate reasoning. For example, how was junk science used to justify the superiority of one race over another? Analyze in detail the ways in which understandings of racism have changed over time. For example, how do we understand racism today in the United States now that we no longer live in the era of Jim Crow?  Focusing upon one key marginalized cultural/ethnic/racial group studied in this course, specifically outline the way that racism has impacted the experience of this group in the United States. You may want to refer to specific federal, state, and local laws.  Focusing upon this same marginalized cultural/ethnic/racial group, explain how this group has responded to racism and discrimination in the United States. For example, have they succeeded economically in spite of racism? Or, conversely, has their situation worsened over time? Has it remained relatively unchanged? There are a host of topics to address here, including: the demands of equal rights, demonstrations of group pride, the preservation of culture, integration into U.S. culture, and alliance building. Explain in detail. Using the specific group that you discussed in number 4 and 5, analyze at least one specific federal, state, or local policy that has been implemented in order to alleviate the discrimination against this group. The policy you address here may be broad and sweeping, rather than narrowly focused on this particular group. For example, a particular affirmative action policy might apply to multiple marginalized groups.  Finally, examine in greater detail the policy mentioned in number 6, and explain what improvements need to be made to this policy to better alleviate the impact of racism in the future. Offer a thoughtful critique of the components of this policy.

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

Creative Social Theory Story

A creative fictional story will be submitted that incorporates social theory. This is a way to demonstrate your understanding of the complexities of social interactions through a creative story. More information will be provided about this assignment on canvas.

Aug 14th, 2021

Sociology

Public Policy Research Project

Should states require doctors, as a matter of informed consent, to provide 4D ultrasounds to all patients considering elective abortions before such abortions can be performed? Your analysis of this topic must address competing perspectives on the personhood of the fetus and evidence related to the value of ultrasounds as measures of informed consent. Note that these bills are sometimes referred to as Personhood Amendments. In order for you to address this topic adequately, you must objectively consider opposing viewpoints on this issue. You must also discuss how biblical principles may be brought to bear in the debate over abortion, informed consent, and fetal personhood.

Aug 14th, 2021

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