[ORDER SOLUTION] Intervention/Treatment Plan

After reviewing the agency’s intervention/treatment plan, complete the intervention/treatment plan with a client with whom you are working. Briefly describe the setting where the intervention/treatment plan was conducted.
Briefly discuss how you used the literature to guide your practice (i.e. actual use of the treatment/intervention plan).
Briefly summarize the experience of actually working with the client and any emerging themes (i.e., anything in the literature that captured your attention or was repeated throughout) that were present during the intervention

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Final Evaluation and Self-Assessment

Explain whether you demonstrated social work practice skills throughout your field education experience, including a description of each social work practice skill and the measure(s) provided in the final evaluation.
Explain how participation in your field education course might help you prepare for a career in social work.
Describe potential areas where you might need improvement in relation to social work practice skills.
Explain how you might address those areas as you continue to develop as a professional social worker.
Explain how you have grown as a professional during this process.
Propose personal action plans that you can continue into your professional career.
Be sure to submit the results of your evaluation to this Assignment.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Biblical Worldview on Nehemiah

INSTRUCTIONS
You will write 6 leadership journal entries discussing the various prompts below. While reflecting on the writing prompt, focus on the following main areas. First, write clearly your thoughts as related to the topic. Second, write clearly your reflections on the topic as related to your individual growth as leaders. Use the headings Summary and Reflection to indicate the two areas.

Each journal entry must be 300-450 words. You can write your entries any time throughout the course, but they must all be submitted in one document at the end of the course with a title page and a reference page.

Leadership Journal 1:
Discuss how Nehemiah, as a leader, clarified values for the people and set an example. Based upon this reading as well as literature on the topic of Christian philosophy of education, convey a basic understanding of the elements of an educational philosophy that is based distinctively on a perspective drawn from Judeo-Christian scriptures. Address axiological issues.

Leadership Journal 2:
Analyze the specific leadership actions Nehemiah took to protect his enlisted workers who had bought in to the vision. Draw from this text practical applications to leadership within the field of education.

Leadership Journal 3:
Identify the leadership strategies that Nehemiah used to remove barriers and make things happen. Discuss the implications of a biblical worldview of leadership; include practical applications to the overall field of education

Leadership Journal 4:
Discuss how the teaching of the law by Ezra fostered shared knowledge, built community, and strengthened others. Draw from this text practical applications to leadership within the field of education.

Leadership Journal 5:
Discuss the importance of personal contribution and celebration in the life of organizations.

Leadership Journal 6:
Discuss specific leadership dangers that you face. Identify specific action steps to deal with these dangers/pitfalls. Clearly state how these actions support you as an educational leader.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Importance of Motifs

In our readings about the gods, their births and biographies, we have seen the importance of motifs (repeated narrative patterns) in generating the particular types of stories that comprise ancient myth. In this assignment, you will look in greater depth at the function and mechanics of motifs.

You should select ONE of the two options below:

1. Brief analysis of a single motif. (length, 2-3 pages; 12 point font, lines 1.5 spaced)

          This is a more traditional interpretive essay assignment in which you analyze the use of a single motif in THREE different texts. All three texts can be from the readings assigned in this course, OR you can discuss two texts from the course and one additional text be selected from your own repertoire of reading/viewing/listening (ie, outside of this class). Your analysis should consist of a brief description of each instance, followed by an interpretive analysis comparing and contrasting each instance of the motif. In the interpretive section, you may wish to ask “why is this motif used here?”, “how is the motif adapted to this particular story?”, “what similarities/differences are there between this use of the motif and the others I am discussing?”

          Successful assignments will demonstrate:

                                        1) good ENGAGEMENT WITH SPECIFICS OF EACH TEXT, including appropriate QUOTATIONS to support your claims

                                        2) insight into common features BEYOND THE OBVIOUS

                                        3) insight into how differences CHANGE the type of narrative the motif creates

2. Build your own mythical narrative

            This is a more creative form of the assignment, in which you adapt the motifs that we have been studying to create your own mythical narrative. You will take at least ONE and no more than THREE motifs from the course readings and create your own mythical text. This may be a variation on one of the stories that we have studied, or an entirely new story built from the blocks of traditional motifs. You may undertake your story in ANY GENRE (story form), ancient or modern, that you like. IN ADDITION to your mythical narrative, you will submit a short explanatory paragraph detailing which motifs you adopted (including identification of source text) and explaining how and why you adapted them to your new narrative. 

Successful assignments will demonstrate:

                                        1) good ENGAGEMENT WITH SPECIFICS OF ANCIENT MOTIF(S)

                                        2) reflection on how motifs can be adapted to suit new aims

                                        3) creativity in narrative structure/presentation, including awareness of GENRE

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Comprehension Project

Create diagrams that show the information capital needed for each leadership level (administration, mid-management, operational management) to monitor the three outcome objectives in your strategic plan for your CST project.
Diagram examples can be found in WORD, Insert tab, SmartArt.
Use one diagram for each objective that demonstrates the 3 levels of management and the type of information for each. This may be the same diagram for each or a different diagram for each.
You will not be able to type much in the diagram itself so you use labels which you will explain in the discussion section of paper.
Write a 1500-word paper (about 6 pages) that includes the diagram and an explanation of the diagram, such as:
How each information element is important for success
Examples of specific information or types of forms
Which department or job position will provide the information
What managers will do with the information
The technology needed to support the monitoring system

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[ORDER SOLUTION] A Theory in Your Life

Select the title above to submit the assignment. Check the Course Schedule on the Course Menu for due dates.

Late papers: None accepted. None. Be sure to read and follow the upload instructions.

Write about a time when you were “persuaded” by a media message to do (or buy or say) something. What was the result? What did you learn?
Consider the event in the context of (at least one) media effects theory discussed in class or from the textbook. Mention the theory and use it correctly, please. (Don’t say “mixed effects,” because that’s the category name for a bunch of theories. Also, no “vaccine/bullet” theory (because it’s not real) – and no “diffusion of innovation” theory, either, because it’s not on the test and because I only used it in the example for this assignment.)
Format:

Write subject-verb sentences in present voice. No sentence more than 15 words, because mass communicators need to be able to write simply as well as adapt to different writing styles for different situations.
New idea? Start a new paragraph. (Much media writing has only one idea per paragraph, and paragraphs are usually no more than three or four sentences. This is different from what you are taught in English classes.)
No lower-case “i” to refer to yourself. It’ll cost you eight points.
Good grammar/spelling/punctuation counts.

The theories
Identify examples of theories under each umbrella:
Direct: the discredited ‘hypodermic needle’ theory.
Limited: two-step flow
Mixed effect: Explanation, followed by agenda-setting, status conferral, gatekeeping, uses and gratifications, parasocial interaction, social learning theory, third-person effect, spiral of silence, cumulative effects, consistency theories, individual differences, cultivation theory.
Write a short essay describing a situation in your life—and what media effects theory best explains the situation.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Cross-Cultural Religious Experience

Describe the experience of Buddhism by paying attention to the setting, the ritual and activities, the persons involved in the ritual and activities, and anything else you observed. What was your sensory experience? Your spiritual, emotional, and psychological experience? What did you find compelling? What did you find yourself resisting or arguing with? What new concept, idea, or core value did you learn?
Research Buddhism’s religious tradition and compare it to Christianity. What are at least three similarities between them? What are at least three differences? Based on your research, what are the cultural particularities of each religion that might account for these differences?

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[ORDER SOLUTION] My Future Career

Your summative assessment will require you to reflect on your future as a human services professional. In your paper, you must comprehensively address the following:

Evaluate your career selection that was made in Week 1.
What populations do you want to serve and in what capacity?
What type of organization do you want to be working for in the future (or now if you plan to stay with your organization as you advance)?
Appraise the past, current, and future societal issues facing the human services profession with your chosen population and organization.
Evaluate a minimum of one historical issue related to your population.
What current challenges might your clients face and how might this impact your organization as well as your work?
What future societal issues might your clients and organization face?
Evaluate how you might perform your role in this field.
How might you be supervised?
What might your working relationships be with your colleagues?
How will you maintain healthy boundaries with clients?
What other services might your organization offer and how might these services interact with yours.
Assess the impact that the community will have on your clients and organization?
How will you work to serve your clients within the community?
How do you think you will have an impact on the global needs in terms of the population you have chosen to serve?
Compare the human services organization where you currently work or might work with a similar human services organization that serves the same population.
Outline the similarities and differences, evaluating which is more of an effective model of a human services agency.
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[ORDER SOLUTION] Cultural Relativism

Please read the case study entitled Mordidas that you find in the reading assignment.

Based on what you have learned in this unit, answer the following questions:

About the bribery in Mexico City, not only is it the way things have been done as long as anyone can remember, but the process actually makes a lot of sense; it’s even very economically efficient because the middlemen are being cut out. Instead of having to pay an administrative staff to process traffic tickets, then accept deposits into the city’s account, and then redistribute the money back out as part of police salaries, here the money goes straight into the officer’s pocket.

What is cultural relativism, and how does the vision of ethics associated with it diverge from the traditional ethical theories?
The Mexico City process of getting and paying off a traffic ticket is different from the process in other countries. What values and advantages can be associated with the process in Mexico City? How can it be justified in ethical terms?
What values and advantages can be associated with the process of getting and paying off a traffic ticket in your country? How can it be justified in ethical terms?
How can the difference between the Mexico City process of getting and paying off a traffic ticket and the process in your country be converted into an argument in favor of the idea that cultural relativism is the right way to look at things? Does the argument convince you? Why or why not?
Submit a paper that is well constructed using APA format. The paper should be a minimum of one typewritten page (approximately 300 to 400 words) with an introduction and conclusion. This paper shall demonstrate the use of standard written English with respect to organization, grammar, spelling, composition, sentence structure, punctuation, and construction.

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Mordidas
In Mexico City, police salaries are extremely low. They live decently enough, though, by adding bribes (mordidas in Spanish) to their wages. During a typical week they pull in bribe money that more or less equals their monthly salary. All the locals know how it works, especially when it comes to the most avid collectors, the traffic cops. In the standard procedure, the officer pulls a car over, takes out his codebook, walks up, and hands it to the driver. Ostensibly, he’s allowing confirmation that the law actually prohibits whatever was done. This is what actually happens: the driver slips about fifty pesos (a little under five dollars) into the book, closes it, hands it back, and is free to go.Business Ethics Workshop video, accessed May 12, 2011, http://businessethicsworkshop.com/Chapter_4/Mordida%20in%20the% 20booklet.html. The practice is so routine that frequently the procedure is abbreviated and participants don’t even bother trying to hide the payoff or going through the codebook pantomime. They may approach the officer’s patrol car and directly drop the money onto the guy’s lap.Business Ethics Workshop video, accessed May 12, 2011, http://businessethicsworkshop.com/Chapter_4/How_to_purchase_a_police_ officer.html. Or they may stay in their own car and just hand cash out to be directly pocketed.Business Ethics Workshop video, accessed May 12, 2011, http://businessethicsworkshop.com/Chapter_4/Quick_mordida.html. Regardless, the transaction is smooth and efficient.

Despite the bribery’s efficiency and its penetration to society’s core, not everyone in Mexico City is happy with the constant mordidas. According to a story in the city’s largest circulation daily, a mayor in one of the suburbs decided to take a lonely stand against the informal police action. Since all the police are in on it, he couldn’t resort to an Untouchables-styled internal affairs operation. And since all the citizens considered the payoffs perfectly normal, he couldn’t appeal to them for help either. Really, he was left with only one choice. To interrupt the habit, he made traffic tickets illegal. His suburb became a free driving zone where anybody could do whatever they wanted in their car and the police couldn’t respond. A lot happened after that, but there’s no doubt that the payoffs stopped.Alejandro Almazán, “Fin de la mordida,” El Universal, November 16, 2003, accessed May 12, 2011, http://www2.eluniversal.com.mx/pls/impreso/noticia.html?id_nota= 54910&tabla=ciudad.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Cross Cultural

Introduction, thesis, conclusion must be included. Analyze an issue, event, or incident in which cultures crossed over or came together. This may be a conflict where the parties involved came to a peaceable solution and or where tension remains. It may be a conflict where no solution appears to be in sight and where tensions builds often or rapidly. Synthesize these findings in writing that presents your thinking and your understanding and insight into the cultures.

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