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The module analysis is a complete 1.5 page summary of the information presented

The module analysis is a complete 1.5 page summary of the information presented in the module. It should include:
1. a detailed summary of the assigned reading material and videos (if applicable, because some modules do not have both)
2. 2. (2) learning outcomes from this module, meaning, students should provide (2) concepts or definitions they learned after completing this module
*The analysis MUST BE DETAILED
*Failure to follow directions will result in points taken off

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Criminology

Four components that are important for a juvenile to turn his/her life around ar

Four components that are important for a juvenile to turn his/her life around are habilitation, healing, hope and honor. Briefly explain these concepts as they relate our society and provide ideas/methods/programs that may help to address these components in our communities.

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Town Hall Project Media Research Worksheet Assignment Directions: Your first re

Town Hall Project
Media Research Worksheet
Assignment Directions:
Your first research assignment on your policy issue is to find three media
articles from major state newspapers (e.g. Dallas Morning News, Houston Chronicle, or Austin American
Statesman) and/or state news media sources (e.g. Texas Tribune, Texas Observer, or TV station website).
Search for articles written by a journalist reporting on your issue in the last two years. Articles should
have sufficient content (at least 1 1/2 to 2 pages when printed) and address the role of government related
to your issue. Does the article talk about recent legislation, a court decision, executive order, or a state
agency program? Try to include one article published before March 2020.
*****Remember your articles should be about the issue in TEXAS!
To complete the assignment, find your articles, read them, and answer the questions below.
List your media articles below. Be sure to include the article title, source, and link. It is to your
advantage to also list the articles using APA format as it will be required on the project report. (30
points)
2. What do these articles tell me about my policy issue? (25 points; write at least 5-6 substantive
sentences)
3. What information is provided in the articles about the role of government in relation to my policy
issue? (25 points; write at least 5-6 substantive sentences)
4. What questions do I have about my issue after reading these articles? (20 points)

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Other

Evidence of workplace diversity and inclusion is evident all around us. Frequent

Evidence of workplace diversity and inclusion is evident all around us. Frequently, reports are found in local and national newspapers, business and trade magazines, and e-news sites such as Huffington Post, MSNBC.com and CNN.com, and of course national and international associations in the field of organizational develop and diversity and inclusion such as DiversityInc.com, ODN.org, ASTD.org, SHRM.org, ISPI.org and others as well as in peer reviewed journals.
The purpose of this assignment is to facilitate connection of class discussions and reading to other sources. The requirements are that you locate and report on an article relevant to the role diversity and inclusion in improving organizational effectiveness.
This first article review should be from an online resource, with the 2nd from a national or international learning association and the 3rd from a peer reviewed journal.
Plan on at least four paragraphs to complete your review. The structure of your article review should include all the points below for full credit.
Introduction/Opening Paragraph:
Relevant source and clearly and accurately present full bibliographical information about the work including article title, media source, date, and pages for articles. (5 points)
Does this article present a individual, interpersonal, organizational or societal D&I perspective or practice? (5 points)
Why you selected this particular article/application to your personal interests and/or professional practice (10 points)
Supporting Paragraphs. The number of aragraphs varies according to the nature of the article and the extent of what you have to say. In your summary, include all the significant points of the work, including the points the author emphasizes.
Explain the purpose of the work, the author’s background and source. (10 points)
Present your critical evaluation, discussing both positive and negative features as appropriate. Support all your judgments with evidence from the work, paraphrasing and quoting excerpts. Is the work thorough? Unbiased? Fair? Clear? Convincing? Significant? How does the work relate to other works in the field or to your general understanding of the subject? (40 points)
Conclusion/Ending Paragraph: Provide an overall summary of what you have learned from the review. Make a recommendation about the type of reader likely to enjoy or benefit from the work. Include your opinion of the work’s contribution to the field of diversity and inclusion. (30 points)

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Other

Condense two previous papers (attached) into a single research paper and add 3 s

Condense two previous papers (attached) into a single research paper and add 3 substantive recommendations on how you propose to stop terrorist attacks.
Please refer to attached documents for complete instructions.

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Other

Describe the overall social advocacy process Which of the eight-core challenges

Describe the overall social advocacy process
Which of the eight-core challenges and seven core problems in advocacy in social policy are present
Describe the three forms of advocacy present in the interview
Make historical references to policy advocacy
What are the implications of Susan Burton’s story for social work?
What are the implications for policymakers and advocates?
Thinking ahead, what future advocacy may be needed.
Be sure to showcase the key vocabulary and strategies you learned throughout the course.
The paper should be at least 1,500-2,000 words in double spaced format (typically, 6-7 pages).

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Sociology

In chapter 1 we read about the concept “The Sociological Imagination” as applied

In chapter 1 we read about the concept “The Sociological Imagination” as applied to unemployment and in lecture the concept was applied using the example of drinking a cup of coffee. C. Wright Mills calls us to “take on” this way of analyzing our social world, considering the interdependence between who we are as individuals and the social forces that shape our lives…and this activity is an attempt for you to engage in this process! Here, I am calling you to apply the sociological imagination to our social experience with the cell phone. In a 2021 study of adult cell phone usage, it was found that Americans check their devices on average 344 times per day, or about every 4 minutes of the time they don’t sleep. The smart phone has had a profound impact on our social lives since it’s development and diffusion throughout our culture…and is therefore an interesting social phenomenon for sociological investigation.
In part 1 you will start by working your way through the questions below which will help you think critically about our ordinary experiences with the cell phone. (you can provide your responses in bullet form but you do need to do a deep dive…going beyond surface level observations).
In part 2, watch the two short film clips which describe cell phone addiction and extoll the benefits of living without a smartphone; then reflect on the question prompts.
Finally, in part 3 reflect on the process you went through in part one (engaging in deep, critical thought on the experience/influence of cell phones) and reflections in part two, considering the benefits and challenges of taking on the sociological imagination to understand the social world.

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Criminology

Compare and contrast two countries’ approaches to juvenile justice (one industri

Compare and contrast two countries’ approaches to juvenile justice (one industrialized country and one emerging country). How do the social and economic conditions of the countries influence the way they approach juvenile justice? What historical backgrounds influenced each country’s delinquency rates and juvenile justice systems?

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Economics

Calculation of nominal GDP Calculation of real GDP GDP growth rate Implicit d

Calculation of nominal GDP
Calculation of real GDP
GDP growth rate
Implicit deflator
Inflation using the implicit deflator
Present the graphs of each calculated variable. On the X-axis should be the years and on the Y-axis the calculated variable.
What can you say about the economy presented concerning its growth and inflation?

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Psychology

Meeting requirements: You must attend a 12-step style meeting (e.g. AA, NA). See

Meeting requirements:
You must attend a 12-step style meeting (e.g. AA, NA). See here for a list of different 12-step facilitated support groups.
You must attend an OPEN meeting. Open meetings are those that allow outsiders to observe. The meeting information should specifically state that it is an open meeting. Do not assume that it is! If in doubt, contact a group leader and ask for permission to attend the meeting as a student observer. If the meeting is listed as an open meeting, then you do not need to ask permission to attend.
Be respectful and polite. Do not speak unless asked to do so.
If asked to introduce yourself, be honest about why you are attending the meeting. Do not pretend to be in recovery if you are not!