https://youtu.be/nmXr-rC5F-4- Video ( A Class Divided) this video is part of the assigment. 

  Choose any group of which you are not a member.  Possible dimensions from which you may select your group include:  race, gender, social class, nationality, sexual identity, (dis)ability, rural versus urban status, religious belief, incarceration/criminal history, occupational status, victim, military status, and so on.  Explain why you selected this group. Describe stereotypes, prejudice, and/or discrimination directed toward members of this group. Use concrete examples to illustrate (e.g., advertisements that depict members of the group in a stereotypical manner, statements you have overheard expressing affective reactions to the group, policies that discriminate in favor or/against the group, etc.).  Consider both negative and positive stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination. Interpret the experiences of members in this group.  The goal is to gain a new perspective, so consider spending time immersed in the group.  Perhaps you could interview friends, family, or community members, or attend an event hosted by the group.  Or, you could present yourself as a member of this group to gauge reactions firsthand.  Alternatively, do some online research. Evaluate reactions toward this group in light of concepts covered in the textbook. For example, how might social psychological theory and/or concepts explain the origin of prejudice directed toward the group you are studying?  What are the influences on members of this group?  Utilize scholarly, peer-reviewed sources to support your points to continue developing your academic voice.  (Reminder:  Be sure to synthesize and paraphrase the information you share from these articles/sources.) Conclude with a realistic suggestion for reducing prejudice toward members of this group, based on the contact hypothesis (see Pettigrew, 1998, for elaboration).

The Walk a Mile paper Must be 3 to 5 double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Must include a separate title page with the following: A header Title of paper Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted Must begin with an introductory paragraph (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that has a succinct thesis statement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Must utilize academic voice (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Must address the topic with critical thought. Must end with a conclusion (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that reaffirms the thesis. Must use at least three peer-reviewed scholarly sources.  Additional scholarly sources are encouraged. Be sure to integrate your research (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. smoothly rather than simply inserting it. In general, paraphrase (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. material rather than using direct quotes. The Scholarly, Peer Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources table offers additional guidance on appropriate source types. If you have questions about whether a specific source is appropriate for this assignment, please contact your instructor. Your instructor has the final say about the appropriateness of a specific source for a particular assignment. Must document all sources in APA style as outlined here (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and here (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Must include a separate reference page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that is formatted according to APA style. Must be submitted to Grammarly (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for review and correction prior to submitting.

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My topic is GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN WORK PLACES,

i need 3 pages 900 words

APA format

Warning . Dont take any student work from any site and paraphrase am very clear

Post graduate level

 I need 250 words summary

 Need All questions answered satisfactorily each 80 words -100 words  a complete doc of 500 words

Deliverable is  two docs one 500 words and 250  irrespectively 

 

Links for the assignment can be found on Blackboard under the assignments tab. Choose an article link and write a 2- to 3-page summary using the aid presented here:

http://homepage.smc.edu/reading_lab/writing_a_summary.htm

Some articles are very long and you will need to focus on a few select sections.

The title of your paper should be “Summary of [Name of Article Chosen].”

The summary should begin with an introductory paragraph. It should be subtitled “Introduction,” and be 3- to 5- sentences long. If the summary is to include any biographical information, it should be included here.

Each following section should be subtitled “Summary of [Title of Section Being Summarized].”

  

Specific methods of data collection (e.g., surveys, interviews, observations) produce specific types of data that will answer particular research questions, but not others; so here too, as covered in previous weeks, the research questions inform how the data will be obtained.  Furthermore, the method used to collect the data may impact the reliability and the validity of that data.

For this Discussion, you will first consider sampling strategies. Then, you will turn your attention to data collection methods, including their strengths, limitations, and ethical implications. Last, you will consider measurement reliability and validity in the context of your discipline.

Position A: Probability sampling represents the best strategy for selecting research participants.

Post a restatement of your assigned position on sampling strategies. Defend your position with examples and support from the scholarly literature. Next, select a data collection method and briefly explain its strengths and limitations. Then, identify a potential ethical issue with this method and describe a strategy to address it. Last, explain the relationship between measurement reliability and measurement validity using an example from your discipline.

PCN-530 Topic 2: Sexual Response Cycle ChartComplete the template provided by comparing and contrasting the Masters and Johnson Human Sexual Response Cycle to the Kaplan’s Three Stages of Sexual Response.Include the following in the chart: A detailed description of the phases in both models of sexual response. The differences and similarities between male and female sexual responses noted in each of the two models.

APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected. Masters   and Johnson’s Human Sexual Response Cycle

Detailed   Description of Phases:

Kaplan’s   Three Stages of Sexual Response

Detailed   Description of Phases: 

Similarities between the Kaplans three stages of sexual response and the Masters and Johnson response cycle: 

Differences between the Kaplans three stages of sexual response and the Masters and Johnson response cycle:   

  This is the text book we use:

Rathus, S., Nevid, J. & Fichner-Rathus, L. (2018). Human Sexuality in a Changing World. 10th Edition. Pearson Education, Inc.

  

12 Step Attendance Paper

12-Step Attendance (Paper can be written up as one paper but must answer questions for each visit.  (50 points total, 25 points per paper).

For this assignment, each student (you may attend the groups with one other student or friend) will attend two 12-step meetings and following each meeting will write up a reflection of their experience. The purpose of this assignment is for students to gain experiential and didactic knowledge of what is involved in the 12-step recovery process. PLEASE LOOK INTO THE GROUPS YOUR WANT TO ATTEND IMMEDIATELY SO YOU CAN PLAN ACCORDINGLY.

In your completion of this 12-Step project, please note that not all 12-step meetings are “open.”  Unless you meet the necessary criteria for attendance at a “closed” 12-step group, only attend 12-step groups that are “open.”  Some of the possible 12-step groups that you might be able to attend include the following (see the indicated website for more info on times and locations):

· Al-Anon: http://www.al-anon.alateen.org/meetings/meeting.html

· Alcoholics Anonymous: http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org/en_find_meeting.cfm?PageID=29

· Celebrate Recovery: http://www.celebraterecovery.com/?page_id=7 

· Codependents Anonymous: http://www.codependents.org/ajax_control.php?action=load_translation&language=1

· Emotions Anonymous: http://allone.com/12/ea/ 

· Gamblers Anonymous: http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/mtgdirTOP.html

· Nar-Anon: http://nar-anon.org/Nar-Anon/Nar-Anon_Groups.html 

· Narcotics Anonymous: http://portaltools.na.org/portaltools/MeetingLoc/

· Overeaters Anonymous: http://www.oa.org/meetings/ 

· Sexaholics Anonymous: http://www.sa.org/top/United%20States%20of%20America/

· SMART Recovery: http://www.smartrecovery.org/meetings_db/view/

If possible, it is recommended that you attend one Christian-based 12-step meeting and one “secular” 12-step meeting. YOU MUST ATTEND TWO DIFFERENT MEETINGS. THERE ARE SOME ONLINE MEETINGS, if you decide to attend one of these meetings you can only “go” to one.  The other one must be Face to Face.

Your reflection papers for the 12-Step attendance must be 1 to 2 double-spaced pages in length for each group. You must break your 12-Step reflection paper down into the following sections, and you must stay within the specified page limit for each section and for the paper overall:

· Introduction (maximum: 1 double-spaced page)

o Indicate the 12-step meetings that you attended, including such orienting information as the type of meeting, date, the location of the meeting, the number and demographics of the meeting attendees (without giving any identifiable personal information about the attendees), how long the meeting was, what it involved, et cetera.

· Description of your Experiences (maximum: 1.5 double-spaced pages)

o For each meeting, briefly describe your thoughts and feelings (a) before the meeting, (b) during the meeting, and (c) following the meeting. 

· What I Learned (maximum: 1.5 double-spaced pages)

o For each meeting, include a brief description of what you learned about the 12-step recovery process.

· Summary (maximum: 1 double-spaced page)

o Briefly summarize what you are taking away from this experience and how it may or may not assist you in conducting addictions counseling with clients who are in the recovery process.

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Multitasking vs. Singletasking” Please respond to the following: Please read this TIME Money article, “Why You Should Stop Multitasking and Start Singletasking”  and then respond to the following questions: What are your most frequent multitasking distractions at work, at home with your family, and while studying or doing homework? Which of the recommendations in the article are you most interested in trying and what do you think will be the biggest challenge in sticking with it? What recommendations do you have for minimizing distractions when focusing on important tasks? Sometimes multitasking is appropriate; for example, reading news headlines while waiting in line at the grocery store. What are some other examples of appropriate multitasking?

 

Refer to the Family History Project Instructions and complete Part 1.

Note: When submitting the genogram to the instructor, make sure the genogram is in a PDF format. The system will not accept the Genogram file. If this is not an option, take a screen shot of the genogram and paste it into a Word document to submit to the instructor.

You are not required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.

This assignment meets the following NASAC Standards:

95) Understand the characteristics and dynamics of families, couples, and intimate dyads affected by addiction.

98) Help members of the family, couple, or intimate dyed understand the interaction between their system and addiction.

104) Describe how addiction affects families and significant/concerned others.

Below are three questions that need to be answered in reference to why you want a degree in Mental Health Counseling  

Essay Component #1: Rationale for seeking specialization in a counseling program.

·  Essay Component #3: Culturally relevant interpersonal skills

·  Essay Component #5:  Future professional goals in counseling