Midterm Exam: Introduction to Sociology Please select two (2) questions to answer below. For each question, provide a response between 3-4 pages double-spaced, with one-inch margins, in 12-point Times New Roman font. Indicate at the top of the page which question you are responding to. Instructions: Each essay should be 3-4 pages, double-spaced. Include numbers at the bottom of the page. Both essays should be on the same document, not as separate documents. Margins should be one-inch, and you should use 12-point Times New Roman font. Indicate at the top of the page which question you are responding to. Properly attribute all direct quotes in the text, and avoid using block quotes. You can use APA, ASA or MLA style. The specific citation format is not important, as you should spend more time constructing a quality essay. A work cited section at the end is not required if only using course materials and does not count toward page length. If referencing a scholarly article not assigned in class please do include the citation. If referencing something the authors in the textbook have written, you can put the chapter and section in parentheses since there are no page numbers in the e-book. If not using direct quotes from the textbook you might, for example, just write something like, In Chapter 2 of the textbook the author states that.. IMPORTANT: include your name and section on a separate page at the end of the full document. Do not include your name or any other identifying information at the front of your exam or in the name of your document. TITLE your document Midterm_Section[Number]. Again, do not include any identifying information in the name of your document. Submit your exam in the assignments tab of your recitation sections NYU classes page, by 5PM ETS Oct 16, 2020. Late submissions will have points deducted. Please note that successful responses will include the following: An introduction that includes a clear thesis statement and a preview of your points. Body paragraphs where each paragraph contains one main idea with a topic sentence, and supporting evidence from the readings and other materials. A short conclusion. Questions (choose 2): (1) What are interpersonal racism, institutional racism, and structural racism? How might these each and in combination be useful for understanding the perpetuation of racial inequality in America? Be sure to provide examples. (2) In this class, weve discussed the role that deindustrialization has played in shaping social inequality. First, define deindustrialization: what does it mean and what caused it? Next, explain which groups deindustrialization has affected and how. In your answer, be sure to provide two or three specific mechanisms through which deindustrialization has affected the lives of Americans. (3) Throughout this first half of the semester, we have distinguished between micro and macro level explanations for inequality in a variety of domains. Choose three examples of inequality we have discussed in different weeks, and for each, describe plausible micro and (different) plausible macro explanations. (4) Discuss the relationship between, gender, work and the family, as three interrelated social institutions. What is the role that these play in producing gender inequality? Make sure to use sociological terms in the essay.
In the introduction to the research proposal – you will begin to contextualize the challenge, providing an overview of the organization, including its competition, customer base and overall situation. Introduce and describe the organization’s overall mission, and discuss the importance of the challenge, given the organization’s focus or strategy. At the end of your background and introduction, generate your research questions and hypotheses for the challenge. You only need to write this part of proposal: Introduce and describe the organization’s overall mission, and discuss the importance of the challenge, given the organization’s focus or strategy. At the end of your background and introduction, generate your research questions and hypotheses for the challenge. The Organization’s name is: AFP Habitat
This is for two separate replies. Part A is the original and you must ** Reply to at least 2 of your classmates. Attempt to draw a parallel between your classmates threads and your own with respect to connecting back to your initial thoughts on strategic compensation and what you had hoped to learn.**Part A is what I wrote Part A and Part B = 125 word replyPart A and Part B = 125 word reply **Part A**The most important issue surrounding compensation would be that of minimal wage. There are several things that can cause an uncertainty when it comes to compensation, but I feel that minimal wage changes are the greatest uncertainty facing many workers; especially workforce diversity and changes in the preferences of employers. The minimum wage is a cornerstone of the United States’ labor system, and has been a cutting-edge labor law topic among employers and workers alike for decades. One of the main negative impact is that it will cause an increase in unemployment among unskilled and low wage workers. Studies have shown that a 10% increase in the minimum wage caused a 1 to 3% reduction in employment (Dube et al., 2016). Over the years economists have studied the impact of minimum wage on fast food and other minimum wage industries with conflicting results. If there is a significant increase in the minimum wage it will have a negative impact on employment rates. This impact will be mainly felt in markets that have low skilled workers such as the food service, retail and entry level positions that require little to no education or training. Gittings
Writing Assignment Writing ServiceIn 750-1000 words and using the text/resources from the attached “resources” document, When is our republic just in going to war? How should our republic conduct itself justly in war? What then, is your responsibility as a citizen to understand when and how our republic goes to war? Standard citations apply to show the use of course resources. Please use endnotes or footnotes as your citations do not count towards the word count. Refrain from large quotations as it detracts from your personal observations. I have attached the file “Just War Essay” where I already wrote a couple of paragraphs (approx. 200 words) that can be incorporated. Thanks!
Your assignment is to write a multi-paragraph essay that defines your interpretation of a term related to what it means to be an American. This essay should use the strategies of definition to help you develop a complex and thoughtful definition. Your essay should include exemplification (examples, anecdotes), function, and negation as methods to define your interpretation – see Methods of Definition handout.
1. Review the following cases and identify one type of health care facility/ service from the following list that would provide health care services to the patient described in the case. Acute care hospital Ambulatory surgery center Chemical dependency impatient program Facility for the developmentally disabled Home care services Hospices care services Pain management clinic Respite care facility2. Explain your rationale for choosing this type of health care facility.
Later life, wisdom, challenges.Special topics related to elder care, mental health, Alzheimer’s disease, palliative care 1. View 4 videos. 2 videos on Alzheimer’s, poetry and Parkinson’s and living to be 100 2. Read 1 article in handouts section on aromatherapy and sleep in elders. questionAfter reading the article on aromatherapy and watching the 4 videos please respond to the following: In our culture there is a focus on youth and staying young. We have little experience with later life, aging and wisdom until we get there. What is normal aging? What is wisdom? Do you want to live to be 100? How do you want your later life to look? Please write a minimum of 2 paragraphs describing what “healthy” aging means to you and what role does wisdom play? Articleshttps://my.laboure.edu/ICS/Portlets/ICS/Handoutportlet/viewhandler.ashx?handout_id=57b9047c-a97c-470d-a79e-c1d33aaa7e07 video 1: https://www.ted.com/talks/jane_fonda_life_s_third_actvideo 2: https://www.ted.com/talks/dan_buettner_how_to_live_to_be_100video 3 https://www.ted.com/talks/robin_morgan_4_powerful_poems_about_parkinson_s_and_growing_oldervideo 4 https://www.ted.com/talks/lisa_genova_what_you_can_do_to_prevent_alzheimer_s
Using relevant academic research and your understanding of the history of modern leadership theory, discuss (support or refute) the statement that leaders are born, not made. Your post should include a minimum of two (2) references. One of which must be a scholarly reference, journal or article.