Social 101 Introduction to Sociology Mid Term Essay Instructions: The mid-term essay is composed of two essays Submission: Attach as a Microsoft word file or a pdf file. Do not write directly in Blackboard. Format: Use Times font, size 11 or 12, double spacing, one-inch margins on all sides. One full page is approx. 20 lines. On the top line of the first page, type your name, Social 101, and Mid-Term Essay. Then skip a line and begin your first essay. Do NOT repeat the question and instructions; just indicate the essay by its title. After you have finished your first essay, go to a new page and begin your second essay indicating it by its title. Write in full sentences and use paragraphs. No bulleting. Bold only the required concepts. The length of each essay is indicated below the essay question. Depending on how concise you write, the length will vary slightly. You are welcome to go beyond the required (minimum) length. Citation: All borrowed ideas, be they quoted or paraphrased, must be cited and include the page number (use parenthetical citations). Edit your essays for spelling, grammar, sentence coherency, and organization of ideas. Essay #1: The Presentation of Self (5%) Selecting a situation NOT from the textbook, describes the situation in which someones (an individual or a group of individuals) first impression of you was important. How did you manage your impression? And lets say the impression – your face – wasnt successfully performed as you had hoped it to be. What did you do? Make sure to answer the question concretely; avoid being vague. Make sure to answer the question concretely; avoid being vague. While you do not need to explicitly define the concepts, through their application, their meanings must be fully conveyed. Note the order in which the below concepts are listed below is arbitrary; you need to think about where to bring them into your essay where to engage with them. Length: 1- 1½ pages. Required Concepts: front stage backstage audience looking-glass self roles script props aligning actions (at least one of them) performance team (if relevant)
readings ( I and Thou ). (Works of Love) part 1 responds to this from both readings ( I will add the readings ) 1. How does one overcome a relationship crisis for Kierkegaard? 2. How does one renew marriage for Buber? part 2 is this grapple with a relationship crisis in the light of one or more of the texts studied. Essays will be worth 3 pts. each. A good essay will have the following characteristics: Be 2 pages long single-spaced Narrate the crisis Resolve it with one or both of the texts studied in class ( in another word for part 2 we have to relate the text to some idea our life ) make it up each one should be 2 pages in half or more
Here is the website link for more information about the program: https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/programs/cfa/scholarships/access Please check their about page to get additional information about them. Please write about how important this program is for an international student coming from a country such as Sri Lanka and my financial struggles. I am currently a college student studying business and economics. try to talk about how due to that I understand the importance of ethics etc. And how this would be extremely important in the real world. My future goal is the work in the financial services industry and this program would enable me greatly to achieve this goal. The prompt is the following: Please tell us why you would like to earn to the CFA Charter. How would this scholarship help you achieve your goals? *
Students are required write a current event essay in which they analyze an article and relate it to course topics. Students will need to find an article (Economist, Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, etc.) and write a three-page essay (Times New Roman, double-spaced, 12 point font, and one-inch margins) relating the article to topics discussed in the course. The article must be cited in the essay. NOTE regarding format: Times New Roman is specific to Microsoft Word. If you are using a different word processing system, please select a similar font. If you do not access to Word, Works, Pages, Notes, or any other word processing system, you may directly type into the submission box. Students will be graded on their ability to follow directions and articulate how course topics relate to their article of choice. The introduction and conclusion are strong.Summary of article. At least four supporting details addressing who, what, where, when, why or how of the article information.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Identification of economic problem/debate /issue and its relation to material studied in class. This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Inclusion of economic terms in the article summary.Student articulates how article relates to course topics.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Reflection about understanding of article compared to 16 weeks ago.This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Sources cited within the paper and Works Cited page at the end.Demonstrates knowledge and use of writing mechanics (sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, etc) to enhance readability. This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Paper is at least three full pages of text using Times New Roman, double-spaced, 12 point font, and one-inch margins
For this extra-credit assignment, write two pages describing a random-act of kindness you did. Explain what it was, why you chose it, and how it made you feel. This must be a random act, as opposed to an act of kindness for friends and family, which you should do all the time. These can be anything from buying a homeless person a meal to helping a stranger load groceries. Since this we are all dealing with COVID concerns under no circumstances should you put yourself at risk. So keep that in mind. Stay safe.
Please use the Steve Jobs article, The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs for your analysis this week. You must provide research on this leader to discuss the content of this topic. Then, to prepare the post for the Week 8 Discussion, consider the following: · What has this individual accomplished in their career as a leader? · Was their leadership effective and why?? ? · What lessons that can be learned from their leadership and management as they relate to the ideas, theories, and topics discussed throughout this course?? · Does this leader demonstrate inclusiveness in their leadership style? With these thoughts in mind: Using the leadership theories, styles, and practice perspectives that you have reviewed throughout the course, respond to the following: Explain whether you think this individual is an effective leader. Explain whether this individuals leadership style enable them to be agile in decision-making. Would you consider this individual an ethical leader, why or why not? Do they practice inclusive leadership? Be sure to provide a rationale to justify your responses. (Hint: The answer should not be because hes done well. Your analysis should link leadership and management skills you have examined throughout the course to specific examples of their successes or challenges.) What lessons can you learn from this individual? Explain the implications such lessons can have on your career as a leader and as a manager. What are the implications such lessons can have for your current organization or one that you care to be a part of? See Rubric See Steve Jobs Article