Category Archives: Sociology

write an original post and respond to two classmates to receive full credit.

Review 2.6.3 “The Alcoholic in the Workplace Case” on pages 33-37. Discuss what you would do if you were Frank’s supervisor? Make your point using what you have learned in this class up to this point. The goal of this discussion is to apply ethical concepts that have been learned thus far.

You need to write an original post and respond to two classmates to receive full credit. Your response to classmates must be substantive and show evidence of reflection and thought. Feedback should add new information, or in some way enhance the learning of others in the course.

Please complete your original post by Wednesday at 11:59 pm EST and your two replies to classmates by Sunday at 11:59 pm EST.

Discuss and critically evaluate the evidence to support your argument.

Are men more aggressive than women? Discuss and critically evaluate the evidence to support your argument. Consider the relevant evolutionary theory, role of biology/genetics and role of the environment in your essay. This assessment encourages students to critically evaluate the various theories of human nature using experimental/empirical evidence to support your statements. Please read the essay information document below for more details about the assignment. This assessment task supports the following course learning outcomes (CLOs); CLO1: Discuss and critically evaluate the various theories of human nature CLO2: Explain the role of evolutionary psychology in relation to concepts of human nature CLO3: Identify and elaborate the contribution of the environment to concepts of human nature CLO4: Develop an understanding of history, environment and genetics to concepts of human nature….

Compare the visual aesthetics of these two images. Are the visual styles of each similar? Are they different? If so, in what ways?

Discobolus of Myron, Roman copy in marbleAthenadorus, Roman copy in marble

Compare the visual aesthetics of these two images. Are the visual styles of each similar? Are they different? If so, in what ways?

What materials/media were used to create each image? How might these materials and media explain the current condition of each of these artifacts?

What kind of event (or set of events) does each image depict? What social function did each work of art serve in its civilization?

Completion Criteria

Your assignment should be completed in short essay format with at least two formal paragraphs per sculpture, for a total of no less than four paragraphs. The title of the artworks must be included in your answers as well as the place of its origin.

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Do any of the values or concepts that characterize the Classical ideal seem to be a part of today’s social fabric? If so, which ones?

After reading Chapter 3 and specifically focusing on the Classical ideal students will consider the values and concepts of this ideal and whether they are still present in today’s social fabric by answering the following questions:

Do any of the values or concepts that characterize the Classical ideal seem to be a part of today’s social fabric? If so, which ones?

Are there any facets of the Classical ideal that you find problematic? If so, why?

Completion Criteria

Posts must address all questions and must be no less than 250 words. Student discussion must be relevant to the specific questions/topics being discussed Any copying and pasting of material written by others, from the internet into the discussion forum is considered plagiarism. Plagiarism will result in a zero for….

deliver a 4-6minute persuasive speech, which calls your audience to action on an issue of your choice.

You are required to deliver a 4-6minute persuasive speech, which calls your audience to action on an issue of your choice. Select an issue that relates to current times and is important to you; research the subject thoroughly. You will have to make strong, clear arguments and provide credible evidence/support to persuade your audience and move them to action. The speech must follow Problem–Solution Order. As its name suggests, the problem–solution speech establishes a serious problem and then identifies what should be done about it. As you learned in Chapter 9, problem–solution speeches can be organized in a variety of ways, but in general, the entire speech is organized following the stages below. 1. Describing the situation. 2. Evaluating the situation as a problem. 3. Proposing a solution…..

Provide a brief history of the US government’s involvement in marijuana legislation.

Understanding the issue Provide a brief history of the US government’s involvement in marijuana legislation. What key changes have been made over time? How has the US government’s position differed from that of some states? What problems exist due to discrepancies between the federal government and state governments? Part II: Data Provide some current data on this issue. ? How many states have legalized for medical use, for recreational use? How many have not legalized in any form? ? What does polling data suggest? ? How does this issue affect other issues – taxes, prison, etc.? Part III: Partisan views What is the typical Democratic perspective on marijuana legalization? What is the typical Republican perspective on marijuana legalization? Part III: Opinion (200 words min; use specific vocabulary from….

Using one artistic language, create a response to a reading demonstrating an understanding of the language

Using one artistic language, create a response to a reading demonstrating an understanding of the language LENGTH

Equivalent to 1500 words (this is inclusive of a 300-500 word artist statement and final artwork)

(Please note this does not mean you need to write 1500 words. The only words you need to include is a short (300-500 word) artist statement. The other ~1000 ‘words’ are you going through the process (you can document this with photos, videos, recordings etc), and your final artwork.)

Videos should be no longer than 5 minutes.

1 picture = 100 words

DUE DATE

Week 9

DETAILS

Throughout modules 5 – 8 you will have explored materiality and the visual arts. You have undertaken many interesting and thought provoking readings that are providing you with insights into….

What are the benefits and challenges of cultural diversity in Sydney?

Using photographic material gathered from Self-Guided Field Research,write an essay that answers the following question: What are the benefits and challenges of cultural diversity in Sydney? Benefits that you could discuss include: cultural maintenance and sharing, cosmopolitanism, knowledge production, provision of services, increased understanding and respect, increased creativity, diversification of skills and alignment with a global workforce Challenges that you could discuss include exclusion, stereotyping/prejudice/racism, miscommunication, lack of cross-cultural understanding, conflictingideologies or etiquette. I WILL UPLOAD FIELD PHOTO I TOOK TO WORK WITH WHEN ASIGNED A TUTOR, THANKS. Recommended Reading from unit are as followlled. Author: Randolph, B. Tice, A Journal Title: Journal of Urban Affairs: Urban Issues in Asia and the Pacific Rim ISSN: 07352166 Publication Date: 2014 Volume: 36 Issue: s1 Start page: 384 End page:….

read the passage and answerthe questions below

From “The Defense of Socrates”, by Plato: “The effect of this questioning, fellow Athenians, was to earn me much hostility of a very vexing and trying sort, which has given rise to numerous slanders, including this reputation I have for being ‘wise’ — because those present on each occasion imagine me to be wise regarding the matters on which I examine others. But in fact, gentlemen, it would appear that it is only the god who is truly wise; and that he is saying to us, through this oracle, that human wisdom is worth little or nothing. It seems that when he says `Socrates’, he makes use of my name, merely taking me as an example — as if to say: ‘The wisest amongst you, human beings, is….

draw upon the experiences you have had in working toward social change (or lack of experience- it’s fine to argue that you are not an activist), as well as your understanding of the theories and the research we have explored throughout the unit, to critically discuss how these experiences, participation and commitment to social justice and social change, ‘fit’ within the definition above

 

Format: Social Action Project: Action

Length: 600 words (+/- 10%)

Curriculum Mode: Case Study

minimum of 5 academic References required.

Question: Am I an activist? This assessment is asking you to consider two questions. Firstly, ‘what is an activist?’. To answer this, using the literature, you are to select a definition/conceptualisation of an activist (50-100 words). Introduce this definition at the beginning of your paper. Think critically here and have fun exploring this concept; tease out some of the nuanced ideas around what it means to be an activist. Have your views around this concept been challenged? Does your chosen definition of an activist reflect this?

 

Secondly, am I am activist? To answer this, you will draw upon the experiences you have had in working toward….