write a 2 to 3 page paper about Auguste Comte OR Emile Durkheim

            *use a minimum of 3 sources

*the textbook may be one source

            *however, the paper must go beyond what is in the textbook

*2 additional sources from the following:

            *academic books found in the SE library

            *articles from research journals

            *college/university websites ending in .edu

 

*textbooks from other courses, newspaper/magazine articles, and internet sites ending in something other than .edu are NOT ACCEPTABLE sources for this assignment

I have attached the instructions and the article for review. Please review these documents before agreeing to work on this assignment.

 

Approx. 3 pages.

to whom;

I have discussion to do , just your opinion on the post, ok. nothin long but maybe 200 or 250 words.

1. Browse through the facial/head diagrams from Vaught’s Practical Character Reader (1902) . What do you think about the main idea Vaught is making? Place these ideas in the their historical context and comment on the implications of this view. Are some remnants of these ideas visible today? Give examples.

 

2. Nature and Nurture in Popular Culture Collapse 

We’ve all the heard about the so-called “Nature – Nurture” controversy and are familiar with such sayings as “The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree,” or “Like Father, Like son,” or he’s “A Chip off the Old Block.” In fact, the “apple” saying has been found in more than a dozen different cultures in (of course) different languages. Indeed, the notion that “human nature” largely affects what we choose to do and how we do it has been embraced by people who otherwise differ in fundamental ways. Eugenics, for example, has flourished in democratic, facist, communist countries, has been embraced by people of different races, ethnicities, religious backgrounds (even atheists), and social classes. For it to resonate with such different categories is testimony to the power and seductiveness of the ideas.

Historically, much in popular culture seemed to lean toward the “nature” side of the equation. Cartoons such as Dick Tracy (all the bad guys were biologically deformed), and Lil Abner (drawing on the “white trash studies of eugenicists), movies such as Frankenstein, Tobacco Road, and GATTICA, as well as countless television shows and science fiction short stories and novels emphasize this theme. What do you see in popular culture these days to support the “nature” argument. Do you find it persuasive? Why or why not?

I need help with the discriptions of variables portion of a case study.  Wecare doing a random sampling semi structured questionaire.

The questions for our interviews are:

!. How do you feel with your pain medication?

2. How long have you been taking your pain medication?

3. Would you call yourself an addict?

4.Are you able to take your pain medication only when needed or is it more a daily routine.

5. If you miss a dose, how do you respond? Can you tell the difference when you miss a dose?

 

 

The variables are 

Control: Patients taking the same medications

 dependent variable is the person’s OA

 independent would be the questions 

 

==If I am wrong on the variables please feel free to change them==

I need help with my CE101-03 Introduction to Early Childhood Education PowerPoint Presentation. I can do slides 1 and 2. Can you help me with slides 3 through 6? I live in the state of Georgia.

In a  5- to 7-page  (not including references), double-spaced, APA-formatted paper, summarize the theory or theories you intend to integrate into your work as a school counselor. Structure your Assignment to the following key questions or areas and connect your responses to theoretical foundations, while offering scholarly support for your ideas. In addition to the course materials, you must include at least five scholarly sources.Explain how your chosen theory(ies) addresses the role of the school counselor, which includes promoting students’ academic, career, and personal/social development.Describe the nature of the school counselor-student relationship and its relative importance, both according to your view and the perspective of your chosen theory(ies). (Be specific with regard to your interest in Elementary, Middle/Jr. High School, or Secondary school counseling).Identify key factors that promote and enhance student success, both according to your own views and the perspective of your chosen theory(ies). (Explain what key factors facilitate positive change).Describe the key goals of the school counseling process, according to your chosen theory(ies). (In other words, how will students be different, as a result?)Describe developmentally appropriate techniques and procedures of your approach and describe their application to school-based settings.Describe specific student populations, presenting issues, or developmental concerns best suited for this approach, as well as those least suited for this approach

 

Research-Based Interventions on Eating Disorders and the ParaphiliasDue   Feb 01, 11:59 PM Not Submitted POINTS   10   Paper Objectives:     InstructionsAssignment FilesGrading  Select an eating disorder, neurocognitive disorder, or sexual disorder from the Film List.

Use the Research Analysis to complete this assignment.

Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper that discusses research-based interventions to treat psychopathology.

Review and differentiate the characteristics of the selected disorder and discuss the research about intervention strategies for the disorder by completing the following:Evaluate three peer reviewed research studies using the Research Analysis.Conceptualize the disorder using one of the psychological perspectives listed in the text.Discuss the treatments or interventions that have been shown to be the most effective for your selected disorder. Why?

Cite at least five peer-reviewed sources.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

i need to reply to a discussion post and i am attaching it.

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Persuasion: Who, What, To Whom

In your textbook, Feenstra (2013) states, “In evaluating persuason we need to take into account where the message comes from, what the message contains, and the intended audience.” (p. 167).

For your assignment this week, construct a paper that provides an in-depth analysis of the three parts of persuasion. Address the following points in your paper:  1.   Who – Describe the Characteristics of the Persuader: What influences our ability to become persuaded by someone? What specific characteristics must this person possess? Be sure to address the impact of credibility, physical attractiveness, and likeability in your response. Why do we respond well to those who possess such characteristics? Would we respond the same to an unattractive, angry, or non-credible person? Why not?

2.   What – Discuss the Characteristics of the Message: What attributes are inherent in persuasive messages? How are we influenced by the emotion, framing, narratives, and rational appeals in the messaging we receive? What is the significance of the sleeper effect?

3.   To Whom – Examine the Characteristics of the Audience: Why do different audiences perceive messages in different ways? What is the role of culture, gender, and self-esteem in this process? How does the elaboration likelihood model help to explain the relationship between the persuader, the message, and the audience?

4.   Review the excerpt from p. 156 of your textbook, Social Psychology in Depth: Word of Mouth and Persuasion. How does the e-word of mouth phenomena illustrate the concepts above? Please be specific in your response.

Include an introduction, thesis statement, and conclusion. Your completed assignment must be three to four pages in length (excluding title and reference pages), and must follow APA guidelines include a minimum of three APA references.

 Table 7.1 Persuasion techniques: Definitions and examples Technique Definition Example Foot-in-the-door An initial small request is made and accepted. A large request, the target request, is then made. You are asked to sign a petition to support blood donation. After you sign, you are asked to donate blood. Lowball An initial request, the target request, is made, but only later are the full costs are revealed. You are asked to volunteer 20 minutes of your time. Only later is it revealed that the time will involve blood donation, with accompanying needles and slight pain. Legitimization-of-paltry-favors Small favors are described as acceptable, although not desired. A small donation to support blood drives, just 25 cents, is acceptable, although a larger donation would be appreciated. Reciprocity A request is made after a gift has been given. After receiving a cookie you are asked if you would be willing to donate blood. Door-in-the-face A large request is made and refused. Then the target request is made. You are asked if you could volunteer 2 hours a week for the next year. When you refuse, you are asked if you could spend just a half hour now donating blood. That’s-not-all A large request is made, but before the individual can refuse additional incentives are added. You are asked to donate blood, but before you say no you are told you will get a cookie and a sticker and your name will be published in the paper. Scarcity Products or opportunities are presented as being limited in number or as only available for a limited time. The blood bank tells you the special post-donation cookies are only available today for the first 20 people who give blood. Pique Attention is disrupted by an oddly framed request. You are asked if you want to save the lives of three children today. Disrupt-then-reframe An unusual request is made and then framed in a positive way. When asked to give blood you are told it will only take 3,600 seconds, a very short time to give.