Please no plagiarism and make sure you are able to access all resource on your own before you bid. One of the references must come from Sue, D. W., & Sue, D. (2016). I need this completed by 05/07/18 at 5pm. Please look everything before you bid to make sure you can do this. This paper is a big part of my grade.
At this point in the course, you should have begun reviewing the guidelines and grading criteria for your final projects. Please note: SCHOLARSHIP is the largest part of the grading criteria for this assignment, and you are expected to research the topic or cultural area you are addressing in this paper. If you only rely on the course materials, you will not earn high marks in the area of scholarship. SO, if your interviewee identified as Muslim, for example, you are expected to find library articles that address this spiritual practice. If your interviewee identifies as a member of the LGBT community, you should be reading articles that help you to understand this better and include reflections and scholarly support in this area. If you interview someone who identifies as bi-racial, then research should be included that explores this. I hope this makes sense. Please contact me BEFORE the assignment is due if you need assistance with this. You need to have at least 4 outside professional resources written within the past 5 years in order to receive the maximum points for the scholarship portion of your paper.
The Final Project is a 4- to 6-page narrative that includes the following components:
Have your paper in three sections:
I. Summary of Interview (Be sure you address each question)
II. Create Profile
This is the section where you have the ADDRESSING Model Chart with all of your interviewee’s chart information listed. After the chart, you will explain your interviewee’s cultural worldview which is not something you are directly addressing in the first section.
III. Summation section–answer all of the questions.
This paper has 8 points devoted to scholarship. You must have outside scholarly references written within the last 5 years. My recommendation is having a minimum of four.
You are not required to submit the typed transcript of your interview.
I expect any previous feedback on writing and APA style to be used. I need to see evidence that you tried to improve in these areas if previously noted.
· Sue, D. W., & Sue, D. (2016). Counseling the culturally diverse: Theory and practice (7th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Max Points: 5.0
Why is identifying the “real story” important for effective counseling? What difficulties could occur if you do not focus your counseling on the “real story?” Explain how you would handle a client who states he is feeling hopeless and helpless. How would you assess for suicidality? If the client only has fleeting thoughts but no plan, what strategies might you employ?
This discussion question meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.5.l. Suicide prevention models and strategies.
Assignment 1: Describing and Applying Victimization Theory
Due Week 4 and worth 150 points
Use the Internet and your textbook to research the criminological and victimization theories presented in the group lists below. Select two (2) criminological theories (Group 1), two (2) theories of victimization (Group 2), and fill in the chart below using the following instructions. You will be graded on four (4) theories in total (not including the pre-filled example):
Group 1 – Select two (2) of the following: Bio-social Theory; Psychological Theory; Social Structure Theory; Social Process Theory; Social Conflict Theory; Labeling Theory; or Developmental Theory.
Group 2 – Select two (2) of the following: Deviant Place Theory; Routine Activity Theory; Deviant Lifestyle Theory; or Victim Precipitation Theory.Summarize the theory of victimization, describing its meaning and core concepts as it relates to the nature of crime.Identify subcategories of the theory and describe each.Apply the theory to one (1) real life example or scenario. Briefly explain why the theory applies to the example you identified.Use at least three (3) quality academic resources as references, such as journal articles, newspapers, magazines, and publications from law enforcement associations. Note: Wikipedia, blogs and similar websites do not quality as quality academic resources.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:Use the chart template located here.Be typed using Time New Roman font (size 12).Include a reference page. References in APA 6th Edition formatting should be written in Times New Roman 12 point, in alphabetical order, double-spaced, subsequent lines indented, title / journals italicized appropriately, etc.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:Summarize and describe various theories of victimization as they relate to the nature of crime in democratic societies.Apply the core concepts understood in the theories of victimization to real life criminal cases and scenarios.Use technology and information resources to research victimization theories and criminal cases.Write clearly and concisely about criminal justice using proper writing mechanics and APA style conventions.
Note: This chart is just an example. Please use the Chart Template here to complete your assignment.
Summarize the theory of victimization, describing its meaning and core concepts as it relates to the nature of crime.
Identify subcategories of the theory and describe each.
Apply the theory to one (1) real life example or scenario. Briefly explain why the theory applies to the example you identified. Rational Choice Theory
(This theory is completed for you as an example of how to complete the remaining theories) According to this theory, crime is a matter of personal choice and the criminal makes a rational decision to commit the crime.
This view is that If a person is motivated, considers the choices, and they believe crime will benefit them without risk. (Siegel & Worrall, 2013, p. 45)
This view is that for the criminal, the profit outweighs the punishment.
One sub-category is the “Deterrence Theory” which aligns itself by indicating crime would not be a “rational choice” therefore not chosen if there was a strong enough fear of punishment, acting to deter the criminal activity. (Akers, 1990, p.2)
One real life case was that of Ariel Castro. This is the nationally televised case of a man who kidnapped and held three (3) women captive in his Cleveland, Ohio home for over 10 years, during which he physically and sexually assaulted, fathered a child and kept these young women captive until one managed to escape 2013. Castro pleaded guilty to 937 counts including murder, rape, and abduction, to avoid Ohio’s death penalty. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole + 1,000 years by Judge Russo, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland where the crimes were committed. After being in prison only 30 days in Franklin County, Castro hung himself in his prison cell, ending his own life. I believe it relates to rational choice theory, Castro made a calculated choice to kidnap the missing teens and commit these crimes for over a decade, while working and interacting in the community. His motivation for the benefit of committing these crimes over a decade was stronger than fear of getting punished.
University of Phoenix Material
Development Matrix-Adulthood Part I – Developmental Stages
For each developmental domain, physical, cognitive, and social, identify two major changes or challenges associated with Adult development.
Stage of Development
Part II – Developmental Gaps
Respond to the following in at least 150 words:
Demonstrate the interdependence of all the areas of development (physical, cognitive, and social) by imagining a persons’ behavior with one area missing. Create a scenario with an area of development lacking and describe the possible results. You may focus on a specific age or imagine how a later age would be affected by the lack of an area during an earlier age (e.g., how a lack of cognitive development during infancy would affect the behavior of an adult).
Revised from Learn Psychology, p. 494
Use Social Beings, Ch. 1 attach. to respond to Social Beings, Ch. 1 responses attach.
Analyze the evolution of social media standards and practices and how it relates to the potential need for regulation of social media, along with ethical concerns.
Many people get all or most of their news from social media. For this project, we are going to be analyzing the content of several social media sites from major news sources, paying particular attention to social media standards, practices, and regulation.
Where do you get your news? Start by going to one major news site’s FACEBOOK page (CNN, MSNBC, FOX, etc.) Try another different news site’s TWITTER feed, and third choose another social media site such as Reddit, Pinterest, or another (preferably one you use, if there is one).
Analyze the sites in a 3-5 page total paper. In your analysis, be sure to include the following: General introduction to your thoughts on the social media you studied Several social media practices you observed (e.g., what gets the most interaction?) Examples of regulation of social media and discussion of such regulation (Is it good, bad, or indifferent? How could circumstances change the situation?) Analysis of ethical concerns (e.g., can you see examples of bias?) What is the culture of each site – how do users seem to respond to questionable items? (Is racism or open mocking ignored or pursued?) Conclusion of your findings
Evaluate psychological theories and their insights into the widely varying opinions and attitudes that are expressed through social media.
We have been looking at different psychological theories and the way we can use them to better examine social media. For this assignment, review President Donald Trump. Spend some time looking through their social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. Then write your analysis, being sure to cover these points: A good introduction including who your subject is and a good overview of them and their social media use Examples and discussion of schema/script theory in your subject Examples and discussion of cultivation theory in your subject Examples and discussion of agenda-setting theory in your subject Examples and discussion of social learning in your subject Examples and discussion of uses and gratifications theory in your subject Conclusions
Compare and contrast new social media marketing trends with more traditional forms of advertising.
We have been looking at successful ad campaigns using social media. Let’s apply this directly and see how this compares with older methods of advertising.
Choose a recent social media campaign, ALS #IceBucketChallenge. Then consider an older commercial, before social media was (as big) an influence. You can look at famous ads on Youtube.
In a minimum of 3 pages, please do the following: Provide an introduction with a summary of the ads you have chosen, and an explanation of what the stated intent behind the ad is. From there, look at what the ad actually says (like a beer ad might actually be demonstrating that women are sex objects). Describe how social media plays into the intent and the actual message. What’s different between the two you chose? What made the ads successful (or not successful)? What ideas and opinions do you have about the product or brand after reviewing the ads? What can we learn about how businesses use Twitter, Facebook, Linked In, etc. to communicate, network, broaden their customer base, and promote their products/services? Summarize your analysis.
Assess the development of societal standards in relation to social media and how this can alter social norms in everyday life.
The prevalence of social media has had a huge impact on society in the area of how we tend to relate to each other and on what is considered to be normal in general. Taking a look at the ways in which social media changes attitudes and “norms” makes for an interesting study, and one that is applicable to understanding how society is slowly changing over time.
For this assignment, you will first conduct your own research on the effects of social media on societal norms (Part 1), then you will examine what has been found through previous research conducted by others (Part 2).
Compare and contrast the attitudes of two cohorts of people; one that consists of five people that rarely use social media and one cohort of five people that uses social media 2 or more hours a day.
Create a list of five people that you know that use social media at least 2 or more hours per day. This group of people will make up your first cohort. Then create a list of five people that you know that either do not use social media or use it very rarely. Take into account age when creating the cohorts, and try to keep the ages as similar as possible between the cohorts. Keeping a certain level of consistency in the two cohorts will help to negate the potential effects of generational differences. Provide a brief description of each of the ten people you are going to interview divided into their respective cohorts.
In other words, list the five people in the social media at least 2 or more hours a day, and provide a brief description of each along with why you chose them. Then provide a list of the five people that rarely or never use social media, and provide a brief description of each along with why you chose them.
Interview the participants to learn the similarities and differences between the two cohorts as it relates to attitudes, lifestyles, and relationships. Write a two-page paper comparing and contrasting what you learned about the two cohorts. Be sure to relate your findings to cultivation theory and socialization theory in the paper.
Now you will compare your research with research findings through previous research conducted by others. Look up at least 3 articles that relate to the topic of social media and its impact on society. You are not limited to articles that are strictly written on the specific topic of social media and norms. Articles that are covering social media and society are available from a wide number of angles. After studying these articles, write a two-page paper on what you learned on the topic of social media and its potential impact on societal attitudes, customs, and norms.