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Criminal Justice

Depicted in this case.

-should discuss the elements of crime and recognize the origins of criminal behavior
depicted in this case. Using two different views of crime and two different explanations of crime
in the context of different criminological schools of thought.

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Sports

No citation needed, write in a personal point of view, lots of thoughts.

Follow the instruction carefully. no citation needed, write in a personal point of view, lots of thoughts. do not exceeds words count
600 words needed.

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Human Services

Why do you think they are important?

How would you summarize the film in 5 sentences?
Identify two things things from the film that had an impact on you. Why did you choose them? Why do you think they are important?
The film is clear that the in the long view of history, the rate of violence has declined. What are two things you think can be done in your community, city, state and/or country to “continue on the path of declining violence”?
You must start a thread before you can read and reply to other threads

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Finance

“what did you know about credit and credit cards prior to this weeks assigned readings and how has it changed?

“What did you know about credit and credit cards prior to this weeks assigned readings and how has it changed?
What surprised you during and after researching credit cards as well as reading through the terms and conditions?
How do you currently use credit/credit cards and what are you plans for the future?
What, if any, changes do you believe should be made to credit cards that would benefit all consumers? This may be either general changes or specific changes to benefit college students?”
the discussion required at least 2 paragraphs based on a college student’s view of points.

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Philosophy

Show, don’t tell.

The writing assignment is to engage in conversation with either Foucault’s Discipline and Punish or Bakhtin’s Rabelais and His World How does the author make his claim? What evidence does he use? How does he account for other critiques? What argument can you make with their text? Can you tease out a critique? Or push their argument in a new direction? Use significant evidence pulled directly from the text. Your publish should feature a central thesis that makes a strong claim of your own, one around which you will structure your paper. Make a clear, nuanced argument that goes beyond whether the author is “right” or “wrong.”
Things to keep in mind:
Be very clear about your audience. Who are they? Why should they care about this text and your argument? Do not assume they have read the material.
Be very clear about the structure of your argument. What are you building towards? What parts need to be in place and in what order?
Show, don’t tell. Your argument will be more persuasive if you carefully organize and describe evidence, rather than telling your audience how they should feel about it.
Pay close attention to contradictions or lack of clarity within the text, and ask which questions those issues raise. You do not necessarily need to answer them, but your own position on how they affect your interpretation should be clear.
Feel free to briefly introduce other texts—e.g. Mbembe, Hall et al., Bakhtin or Foucault (depending on which author you are already working with), or something from another class—in order to clarify your argument. But that reference should always drive the reader back to the central text. This should remain a close reading of one particular text.

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Other

Quote from the readings and where parts of these reading can relate to your essay, to provide cultural context of these issues.

Write your own persuasive narrative by narrating a personal story about your own early learning experiences that relates to the debates we have been tracing over censorship in the classroom.
How does what happened to you fit into a larger pattern? Then, take a position on what students should be taught about America.
Quote from the readings and where parts of these reading can relate to your essay, to provide cultural context of these issues.

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Public health

Among women with breast cancer 5 reported no exposure to emf; a total of 436 control women were never exposed to emf.

Prompt: A researcher was doing research to determine whether exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF)/ radiations was associated with breast cancer in women. By reviewing the county disease database collected within a single year in a U.S. metropolitan city the researcher discovered 16 women with breast cancer. A total of 544 other women were randomly selected from the county disease database. Women were given surveys with specific questions regarding exposure to EMF. Among women with breast cancer 5 reported no exposure to EMF; a total of 436 control women were never exposed to EMF.
1. Construct the required 2 x 2 table with numeric values indicating cases and controls.
2. Calculate the measure of association
3. Discuss and interpret the results obtained
4. If you (as a researcher) were to investigate a rare cancer in Chicago, where might you look for data?
5. What would be necessary, legally, and ethically, to be able to utilize this data set(s) obtained, as a researcher?
Cite at least two or more references to support the information you present. Needs to be in APA format.

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Other

For assistance, you may want to visit the following site: a research guide: make a research paper outline.

Final Project Outline
TOPIC: A Conflict Management Policy for Dealing with Miscommunication that Ignites Loss of Productivity and Motivation
You are required to submit an outline for your final project. You may use any standard research outline format. The outline should clearly organize your research and key points that you plan on addressing in your final project report. For assistance, you may want to visit the following site: A Research Guide: Make a Research Paper Outline.

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Other

Franzoi, s., & oswald, d. l. (2021).

See MS word doc. Use ALL the power point slides and recordings in those slides to answer ALL the following questions. Cite all sources..
Use these textbooks: Free copy at z library.
Aronson, E. & Aronson, J. (2018). The social animal (12th ed). New York: Worth Publishers. (SA).
Franzoi, S., & Oswald, D. L. (2021). Social psychology (8th ed.). Redding, CA: BVT Publishing. (SP).

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Human Services

With the passing of public laws 90-538, 99-457, and 99-457 the laws opened services for young children with disabilities and required states to provide a free and appropriate public education for every eligible child between 3 and 5 years old (hardman, 2017, p.57).

DISCUSSION:
BEING INCLUSIVE AND GETTING SUPPORT.
This discussion is based on your reading of Chapter 3 of the text book HUMAN EXCEPTIONALITY 12TH EDITION MICHAEL L HARDMAN M. WINSTON EGAN CLIFFORD J. DREW, Inclusion and Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Early Childhood and Elementary Years. In this chapter, you learned about evidence-based inclusive schools, and about the importance of diversity, acceptance and belonging. These are buzz words today.
In schools today, how would the discussion (and handling) of “diversity, acceptance and belonging” be different than in schools in the year 1970?
If you were a parent in 1970, what challenges might you face addressing an issue of “diversity, acceptance and belonging” with the school administrators that impacted your child’s schooling?
Please post a response, and remember to respond to two other people’s postings. Please support your answers with appropriate citations and references of external sources.
Please note:
Your main post should be substantive – at least 200 words, not including the Discussion questions or references. Each discussion response/reply to me or others must have a minimum of 125 words, spell checked, well written and citing references in support of arguments. Active participation is required. Please see “How You Will Be Evaluated” info located under Course Information.
In your reply to others: You could include additional research info (don’t just share a website link, explain what you found, summarize the info, and then share the website link), or, provide a few suggestions based on the class reading/additional reading, or explain why you agree or disagree with your classmate. Always provide at least ONE citation from the reading to ‘support’ your discussion.
FIRST DISCUSSION POST:
In schools today, the discussion and handling of diversity, acceptance and belongings be different than schools in the year 1970 by how society’s perception has change over years. Board of education, and society has develop major changing that which compensate various opportunities, and aids. Like different school curriculum for children with disabilities. Base on the reading of chapter 3 “Changing Era in the lives of Students with Disabilities”, Hardman et (2017), suggested the many differences instructional programs, special services are making in the lives of early childhood and elementary schools years children (Hardman et al., 2017, p. 49). Hardman et al (2017) explain ‘partial, inclusive mainstreaming and full inclusive education’ for kids with disabilities. And they are consisted of a child getting specialize education in a general setting rather than being a full special Ed class. These kids can get to experience and be a part of and have a sense of belonging with other peers who are not disable (Hardman et al., 2017, p. 50). If i were a parent in 1970, challenges might i face addressing an issue of “diversity’, acceptance and belongings” with the school administrator that impacted my child’s schooling would have been, denial of opportunities for my child to participate in various program in school due to my child disability. It would of been hard to address these issues, since the law back than did not applied much to school age students with disabilities. My child would not have access to speech therapy, occupational therapy and a para, and my child would of been lack of his and her education (Hardman et al., 2017, p. 51).
Hardman, M. L., Drew, C. J., & Egan, M. W. (2017) Human Exceptionality: School, Community and Family, 12th Edition. Cengage Learning: Boston, MA.
SECOND DISCUSSION POST:
Before 1970, being a diverse learner and having exceptional needs would isolate you and disconnect you from society. Students would not be allowed to attend the public schools if they were labeled “disabled.” Children with special needs were not provided services, accommodations, and therapies in an inclusive setting with their peers. Hardman et al. (2017) state “for most of the 20th century, comprehensive educational and social services for young children with disabilities were nonexistent or were provided sporadically at best” (p. 57). Schools today place and provide services to children with diverse needs in a much more understanding and thoughtful way. With the passing of public laws 90-538, 99-457, and 99-457 the laws opened services for young children with disabilities and required states to provide a free and appropriate public education for every eligible child between 3 and 5 years old (Hardman, 2017, p.57).
With children receiving the help they need to be included in public schools and receiving services to help them learn with their peers, society has become more understanding and accepting of people with disabilities. Their acceptance into the public school system provided them with a chance at an equal education and a sense of belonging and acceptance in society.
If I were a parent of a child with special needs in 1970, I would face many challenges. Services like Early Intervention, Head Start, IEPs, IFSPs, developmentally appropriate practices, age-appropriate placement, inclusive schools, individualization, response to intervention (just to name a few), would not exist and would not be used in my child’s education. My child would not have a sense of belonging to their school or community. They would most likely feel isolated, lonely, and angry at their limitations. The school would not be accommodating to my child’s special needs. If my child needed extra help because of their disability, the school most likely would not have the resources or the knowledge of how to help my child.

References
Hardman, M. L., Egan, M. W., & Drew, C. J. (2017). Human exceptionality: School, community, and family (12th edition). Cengage.