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DISCUSSION In this discussion, you will grapple with definitions of different p

DISCUSSION
In this discussion, you will grapple with definitions of different political structures. Remember, you are only touching the surface when you get definitions. You have already learned in this course (Module 1) that the denotation of a concept is different from its connotation. Two web sites are immediately useful (see below). Please find others that inform your discussion.
Pose a question for the class about these different political systems that you think is informed, at least in part, by the material in this course. Make it reflective so it requires some integration of thought.
Defining Capitalism, Communism, Fascism, Socialism
The Principles of Communism by Frederick Engels, 1847
Please Note: Each discussion response must have a minimum of 125 words, spell checked, well written and citing references in support of arguments. Be sure to also respond to at least two classmates later in the week (making for a minimum of three posts total. More are encouraged)
DISCUSSION POST 1
The world has been operated and fed via Capitalism, Communism, Fascism, or Socialism. Some countries embraced one or all the above political systems. The one which resonates with me is the communism because it’s the system that at first glance, seems to benefit the individual citizen the most. Communism refers to community ownership of property, with the end goal being complete social equality via economic equality. Communism argues that all labor belongs to the individual laborer; no man can own another man’s body, and therefore each man owns his own labor (Shaw, 2020). It would be ideal for all of us to live by communism, but could we survive?! Today communism is the official form of government in only five countries: China, North Korea, Laos, Cuba, and Vietnam. However, none of these meet the true definition of communism. Instead, they can be said to be in a transitional stage between the end of capitalism and the establishment of communism (Ball, 2022).
Capitalism is built on the concepts of private property, profit motive, and market competition (Boettke, 2022). Socialism refers to state ownership of common property, or state ownership of the means of production. A purely socialist state would be one in which the state owns and operates the means of production. However, nearly all modern capitalist countries combine socialism and capitalism (Shaw, 2020).
Is it possible for citizens of any country to survive as a true communist without any bit of capitalism or socialism? What would life look like for these citizens?

Reference:
Ball, T. and Dagger, . Richard (2022, August 17). communism. Encyclopedia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/communism

Boettke, P. J. and Heilbroner, . Robert L. (2022, August 18). capitalism. Encyclopedia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/capitalism
Shaw, J. (2020). SUNY. Retrieved from https://mylearning.suny.edu/d2l/le/content/292052/viewContent/8145211/View
DISCUSSION POST 2
Over the years and centries among the world, economic systems have evolved as society has grown.
In the 1830s capiltalism and socialism were first introduced, leaving behind mercantalism in Great Britan, “The word capitalism was a product of the changing economy of Great Britain during the Industrial Revolution,” (Resor, 2022). This meant the government didnt have a say in production or distribution of goods, but the “free market” did. In the same year, socialism was also introduced, ” Socialism held that groups of people should own and regulate the economy for the benefit of all the members, not just a few,” (Resor, 2022). Socialism relied on the government to produce and distribute goods, instead of individuals. Communism was introduced in the 1840s, “to describe a system of collective ownership in which individuals did not own private property and worked together for the benefit of all community members,” (Resor, 2022). Communism is geared towards “complete social equality via economic equality” (404 – University of Idaho, n.d.), aiming towards the entire country towards one communal goal. Fascism is the more aggressive economical system and is described as “a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism,” (Resor, 2022). Economic and capital equality is not something fascists stand for and they dont belive that change can be made by any population and that it is just fate.
Since thesse econimic systems do vary in many ways, we are left ot belive they are inherently different, but perhaps they may have some form of shared ideal. Do you believe that any of the different economical systems have any common ground in relation to how they treat their populations?
Work cited
Resor, C. (2022, November 12). Capitalism, Socialism, Communism: Distinguishing Important Economic Concepts. Social Studies. https://www.socialstudies.com/blog/capitalism-socialism-communism-whats-the-difference/
404 – University of Idaho. (n.d.). https://www.uidaho.edu/404.htm
NOTE FROM THE CLIENT: PLEASE REPLY SEPARATELY TO BOTH DISCUSSION POSTS ONLY, AND IDENTIFY EACH OF THEM. THANK YOU.

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DISCUSSION In this discussion, you will grapple with definitions of different p

DISCUSSION
In this discussion, you will grapple with definitions of different political structures. Remember, you are only touching the surface when you get definitions. You have already learned in this course (Module 1) that the denotation of a concept is different from its connotation. Two web sites are immediately useful (see below). Please find others that inform your discussion.
Pose a question for the class about these different political systems that you think is informed, at least in part, by the material in this course. Make it reflective so it requires some integration of thought.
Defining Capitalism, Communism, Fascism, Socialism
The Principles of Communism by Frederick Engels, 1847
Please Note: Each discussion response must have a minimum of 125 words, spell checked, well written and citing references in support of arguments. Be sure to also respond to at least two classmates later in the week (making for a minimum of three posts total. More are encouraged)
DISCUSSION POST 1
The world has been operated and fed via Capitalism, Communism, Fascism, or Socialism. Some countries embraced one or all the above political systems. The one which resonates with me is the communism because it’s the system that at first glance, seems to benefit the individual citizen the most. Communism refers to community ownership of property, with the end goal being complete social equality via economic equality. Communism argues that all labor belongs to the individual laborer; no man can own another man’s body, and therefore each man owns his own labor (Shaw, 2020). It would be ideal for all of us to live by communism, but could we survive?! Today communism is the official form of government in only five countries: China, North Korea, Laos, Cuba, and Vietnam. However, none of these meet the true definition of communism. Instead, they can be said to be in a transitional stage between the end of capitalism and the establishment of communism (Ball, 2022).
Capitalism is built on the concepts of private property, profit motive, and market competition (Boettke, 2022). Socialism refers to state ownership of common property, or state ownership of the means of production. A purely socialist state would be one in which the state owns and operates the means of production. However, nearly all modern capitalist countries combine socialism and capitalism (Shaw, 2020).
Is it possible for citizens of any country to survive as a true communist without any bit of capitalism or socialism? What would life look like for these citizens?

Reference:
Ball, T. and Dagger, . Richard (2022, August 17). communism. Encyclopedia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/communism

Boettke, P. J. and Heilbroner, . Robert L. (2022, August 18). capitalism. Encyclopedia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/capitalism
Shaw, J. (2020). SUNY. Retrieved from https://mylearning.suny.edu/d2l/le/content/292052/viewContent/8145211/View
DISCUSSION POST 2
Over the years and centries among the world, economic systems have evolved as society has grown.
In the 1830s capiltalism and socialism were first introduced, leaving behind mercantalism in Great Britan, “The word capitalism was a product of the changing economy of Great Britain during the Industrial Revolution,” (Resor, 2022). This meant the government didnt have a say in production or distribution of goods, but the “free market” did. In the same year, socialism was also introduced, ” Socialism held that groups of people should own and regulate the economy for the benefit of all the members, not just a few,” (Resor, 2022). Socialism relied on the government to produce and distribute goods, instead of individuals. Communism was introduced in the 1840s, “to describe a system of collective ownership in which individuals did not own private property and worked together for the benefit of all community members,” (Resor, 2022). Communism is geared towards “complete social equality via economic equality” (404 – University of Idaho, n.d.), aiming towards the entire country towards one communal goal. Fascism is the more aggressive economical system and is described as “a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism,” (Resor, 2022). Economic and capital equality is not something fascists stand for and they dont belive that change can be made by any population and that it is just fate.
Since thesse econimic systems do vary in many ways, we are left ot belive they are inherently different, but perhaps they may have some form of shared ideal. Do you believe that any of the different economical systems have any common ground in relation to how they treat their populations?
Work cited
Resor, C. (2022, November 12). Capitalism, Socialism, Communism: Distinguishing Important Economic Concepts. Social Studies. https://www.socialstudies.com/blog/capitalism-socialism-communism-whats-the-difference/
404 – University of Idaho. (n.d.). https://www.uidaho.edu/404.htm
NOTE FROM THE CLIENT: PLEASE REPLY SEPARATELY TO BOTH DISCUSSION POSTS ONLY, AND IDENTIFY EACH OF THEM. THANK YOU.

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his section starts on page 15 and ends on page 21, which is only 6 pages. The li

his section starts on page 15 and ends on page 21, which is only 6 pages. The literature review needs to be at least 20 pages and should have 4 or 5 headings instead of just one. So the literature review needs to end around page 35, adding about 14 pages of content.
Also make sure its in APA 7 format all references and ciatations. This a rewrite for my Capstone Literature Review
You could do headings that aligned with key words in the Project questions:
Human Service Agency Collaboration
Practices for Addressing Homelessness
Effective Community Collaboration
Organizational Partnerships for Supporting Homeless Populations
Or you could organize the literature around the themes:
Providing Complementary Services,
(b) Sharing Data,
(c) Building Networks,
(d) Financial Investments/Budgetary Allocations,
(e) Improvement of Interagency Communication, and
(f) Sharing Resources

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his section starts on page 15 and ends on page 21, which is only 6 pages. The li

his section starts on page 15 and ends on page 21, which is only 6 pages. The literature review needs to be at least 20 pages and should have 4 or 5 headings instead of just one. So the literature review needs to end around page 35, adding about 14 pages of content.
Also make sure its in APA 7 format all references and ciatations. This a rewrite for my Capstone Literature Review
You could do headings that aligned with key words in the Project questions:
Human Service Agency Collaboration
Practices for Addressing Homelessness
Effective Community Collaboration
Organizational Partnerships for Supporting Homeless Populations
Or you could organize the literature around the themes:
Providing Complementary Services,
(b) Sharing Data,
(c) Building Networks,
(d) Financial Investments/Budgetary Allocations,
(e) Improvement of Interagency Communication, and
(f) Sharing Resources

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ALL I NEED HELP WITH IS MAKING SURE MY SOURCES AND CITATIONS ARE GOOD. I NEED MY

ALL I NEED HELP WITH IS MAKING SURE MY SOURCES AND CITATIONS ARE GOOD. I NEED MY PAPER TO BE IN APA FORMAT. PLEASE MAKE SURE THIS PAPER IS DONE CORRECTLY. I’M LOOKING FOR CORRECTIONS ON IT IN THE RIGHT FORMAT PLEASE

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In a Word document, provide short answers to the statements below. Refer to the

In a Word document, provide short answers to the statements below. Refer to the “Cultural Considerations Resource” for help in completing this assignment.
Explain cultural considerations that the counselor must account for when working with a client from each of the following groups (100-150 words each):
Immigrants (Documented and Undocumented)
Refugees
Discuss the cultural issues and trends that specifically apply to each of the following regional population groups of the United States (100-150 words each):
The Hmong in California
Cuban Americans in Florida
Hispanic Americans in the Southwest
Your choice of a white ethnic group (e.g., German, Irish, Italian)
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

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Do they meet duration requirements for these episodes?

Using the DSM-5, review criterion B for both manic and hypomanic episodes. Where do you see evidence of those symptoms in the cases of Anne (Wealthy Widow) and Ellen (Still a Student)? Do Anne and Ellen meet the criteria for a manic episode or hypomanic episode (at least 3 of the symptoms in the B criterion)? Do they meet duration requirements for these episodes? What is the impact of their mood episode and how does that dictate their diagnosis (bipolar I or bipolar II)?
Do Anne or Ellen exhibit evidence of major depressive disorder or persistent depressive disorder? If so, should those disorders also be diagnosed? What risks should we consider if recommending treatment for depressive symptoms with tricyclic antidepressants?
See attached document for case study material from textbook.

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How did this technique work in terms of reducing resistance to change?

Interview a partner about something he/she might want to change about himself/herself, using the SAMHSA’s Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Worksheet. How did this technique work in terms of reducing resistance to change? How was it for you to interview someone about change? Include the worksheet with your assignment. You can take a picture of the worksheet if that is easiest for you. You should use the scoring guide from the University of Rhode Island to help you interpret the worksheet.

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The minimum length of this essay is 2 pages, plus an additional page(s) containing the completed worksheet. The essay is worth 90 points. See the Content area of the course for additional information.

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How was it for you to interview someone about change?

Interview a partner about something he/she might want to change about himself/herself, using the SAMHSA’s Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Worksheet. How did this technique work in terms of reducing resistance to change? How was it for you to interview someone about change? Include the worksheet with your assignment. You can take a picture of the worksheet if that is easiest for you. You should use the scoring guide from the University of Rhode Island to help you interpret the worksheet.

URICA


The minimum length of this essay is 2 pages, plus an additional page(s) containing the completed worksheet. The essay is worth 90 points. See the Content area of the course for additional information.

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What is the impact of their mood episode and how does that dictate their diagnosis (bipolar i or bipolar ii)?

Using the DSM-5, review criterion B for both manic and hypomanic episodes. Where do you see evidence of those symptoms in the cases of Anne (Wealthy Widow) and Ellen (Still a Student)? Do Anne and Ellen meet the criteria for a manic episode or hypomanic episode (at least 3 of the symptoms in the B criterion)? Do they meet duration requirements for these episodes? What is the impact of their mood episode and how does that dictate their diagnosis (bipolar I or bipolar II)?
Do Anne or Ellen exhibit evidence of major depressive disorder or persistent depressive disorder? If so, should those disorders also be diagnosed? What risks should we consider if recommending treatment for depressive symptoms with tricyclic antidepressants?
See attached document for case study material from textbook.