In other words, imagine you are in a room with the authors of the sources discussing your topic. How would you respond to each of them? How have the information, ideas, and arguments shaped how you feel about the issue? Has your perspective shifted or even changed since you wrote your research proposal? If so, in what ways? Write 150 words or more.*Write 2-5 sentences based on the feedback given from the peer review* Based on what your classmate has said about his or her topic, explain how you feel about the topic. Do you think reading over your classmate’s sources might change your viewpoint on the issue?
2. Occording to Atheoretical & Transtheoretical Techniques how can psychoeducation be used in counseling children? How can neuroscience be incorporated into psychoeducation or counseling?Chapter 9 Cultural Factors in Therapy:
1. What does it mean to be a culturally competent counselor? How can counselors maintain cultural awareness and competency while also attending to individual differences?2. What unique challenges are present for culturally competent counseling with children?
What are your differential diagnoses for acute low back pain? Consider the possible origins using the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) guidelines as a framework. What physical examination will you perform? What special maneuvers will you perform?Provide evidence from the literature to support diagnostic tests that would be appropriate for each case. List five different possible conditions for the patient’s differential diagnosis and justify why you selected each.
That is, explain what an artistic representation of the problem can provide that the usual political discussions seem to overlook. Be as specific as possible.2) Select one of the three films we have viewed as a class and explain, in your view, how it employed unconventional cinematic techniques to attempt to convey the trauma of mass shooting situations. That is, how did the film diverge from the usual realist mode of cinema, and was it effective in its choices? Be sure to point to specific instances of scenes or moments when the filmmakers made unconventional choices, and explain the impact of those choices.
Course Objective:CO2: Develop a personal budget using the main components of wise money management.CO3: Analyze advantages and disadvantages of using consumer credit.Assignment Instructions:Identify and analyze your debts. What assets secure your debts? What assets do your debts finance? What is the cost of your debts? What determined those costs? What risks do you undertake by being in debt? How can being in debt help you build wealth?
Discuss the Tim Clue video on debt at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5bbvMR8Ee4. What makes this comedy spot funny? What makes it not funny? What does it highlight about the appropriate uses of debt?
Write a 1-2 page paper. Use the template provided. Follow APA format, including a title page, introduction, conclusion, citations, and five scholarly references (not Wikipedia or Investopedia). See the attached PPT file. Turnitin report of no more than 20% similarity index is required.
Personal Theory Discussion [40 pts]
Provide an explanation/discussion of the basic tenets of your chosen theory or integration of theories. Be sure to attend to at least the following areas:
SUBHEADINGS…at least 7 bullet points per heading and please answer all questions
1. Basic assumptions of the theory view of human nature, role of the counselor, theoretical concepts
2. View of psychopathology/client problems
3. Therapeutic goals & techniques
4. Specific considerations for work with children & adolescents
5. Cultural considerations/aspects
6 Strengths and/or limitations of the theoretical apporach
https://www.npr.org/sections/itsallpolitics/2013/06/15/191605654/how-rock-n-roll-can-explain-the-u-s-economyRead the article in the link attached, while reading this article mark off each of the essential elements.1. A debatable issue2. A clearly stated position, claim statement, or thesis3. An audience4. Evidence from reliable sources5. Acknowledgment of the opposing argument6. A conclusion and/or call to actionWrite around 3-5 sentences explaining how each of the above elements is used in the article you read, or if it’s even present at all (it may very well be absent or ambiguous). In other words:1. What issue is the article arguing about, and is it debatable?2. Does the author have a clear thesis statement, and if so, what is it?3. Is it clear who the audience is (it may be explicit or implicit), and if so, who is it?5. Does the author acknowledge other viewpoints, and if so, is the author fair to those viewpoints? (Note that being fair to other viewpoints does not necessarily mean conceding to those viewpoints; the author can completely refute opposing views and still be fair.)6. How does the author conclude the article? Does it contain a call to action? Why do you think the author made this decision?
Select one sociological topic of interest to you. Put together a research proposal to explain how you would study this topic. The research proposal will answer the following questions. 1. Why did you choose this topic (1 paragraph). Explain any meaningful personal connection to the topic. 2. What specific hypothesis related to this topic would you like to test? (1 paragraph).How did you arrive at this hypothesis?4. What issues do you foresee arising when conducting this research? (1 paragraph)Are there potential ethical concerns? ExplainAre there potential logistical problems in conducting the research (getting people to participate, time and resources needed, etc.)? ExplainEach paragraph should be 6-8 sentences.Be sure to do a spell and grammar check.