discussion as a poll worker
In this discussion write a 1 1/2-page paper, share your experience on this Advocacy project as a poll worker in NYC with your peers and answer the following questions: 1.What did you do? 2.How did it feel? 3.What would be next steps for you to continue POLICY advocacy in this area? As a poll worker address what you noticed with the two populations and how you advocated for the most vulnerable populations, which was the elderly and the disable. As a poll worker I was assigned to a station to verify voters’ information, hand the voters forms and have them signed on the tablet once their information was verified. Please explain the experiences negative or positive.
is required to write a paper by him/her self. This paper is composed of SEVERAL short essay questions. In this paper, you should answer ALL of them. You may use subtitles to separate each topic.
Sociology Assignment Help I. TOPICS 1. Modern Racism and Institutional Discrimination How does modern racism differ from traditional racism? Find examples of modern racism in your daily life (e.g., school, work, church, etc.) that target one or more of the major racial and ethnic minority groups. What is modern institutional discrimination? What are some examples of modern institutional discrimination? 2. Income and Poverty With the rare exception of Asian Americans, poverty and low income are common challenges for all major racial and ethnic minority groups in the U.S. Discuss the common causes of low income and high poverty rate among African Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanic Americans. Examine the specific causes that lead to different poverty rates among these groups. There are many possible explanations and the list of causes can go a long way (e.g., unemployment, low educational attainment, high drop-out rate, single-parenthood, large family size, difficulty accessing professional jobs due to criminal history, etc). You need to identify the major causes and focus your effort to have in-depth discussions on them. 3. Crime and Racial-Ethnic Profiling Racial and ethnic differences in crime rate and inmate population hurt most racial and ethnic minority groups unequally. African Americans and Hispanic Americans make up most of the inmate population. Does the high inmate population have anything to do with injustice of the criminal justice system that punishes certain crimes more harshly and affects mostly minority groups (e.g., war on drugs)? Are there racial profiling and ethnic profiling in law enforcement? Do racial profiling and ethnic profiling result in more arrests in these two groups? 4. “Model Minority” Asian Americans are labeled as “model minority”. This seemingly positive label masks the numerous challenges this group faces. Discuss one or two of the “hidden” challenges and explain why the “model minority” label may have denied Asian Americans of the necessary social assistance they need. 5. Future Intergroup Relations What can we do to improve intergroup relations in the U.S.? Name 1-2 “trouble areas” or “hot button issues” in intergroup relations that concern you the most. What social policy changes do we need to address these trouble areas or social issues? III. Requirements 1. Try to relate what you learned in this class to your topic. 2. Back up your arguments and conclusions with facts, not personal opinions. 3. Format/Style: APA style preferred but not strictly required. 4. Length: Must be at least 5 pages (double space, font size 12). 5. References: At least 3 references other than the textbook. 6. Layout: 1) Title page ====Example=== BESC 107G-X02 Comparative Study of Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups YOUR NAME Fall, 2021 2) Main body 3) References 7. SUBMIT your paper on Canvas. 8. Spell-checked and grammar-checked. 9. Late paper will carry an automatic 10% penalty. IV. Rubric Task Possible Points (Excellent Good Fair) 1. Integration of knowledge: 10 ( 10 9 8) Try to relate to theories and concepts discussed in this course. 2. Relevance of examples: 10 (10 9 8) Examples must be relevant, logical and making sense. 3.Structure: 20 (20 18 16) Essay is logically organized;Ideas are articulated concisely and coherently; Format is professional and consistent. 4. Grammar and vocabulary: 15 (15 13.5 12)No punctuation, spelling , and grammar errors; Use proper written English; Tone is clear, consistent, and appropriate. 5. Data use: 10 (10 9 8) Use data to back up major claims/arguments. Have sufficient, relevant, and credible data sources. 6. References and citations: 5 (5 4.5 4) Relevant, up-to-date, and quality references and proper citation. 7. Findings and Conclusions: 5 (5 4.5 4) Concise summary of findings and conclusions.
of Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups This paper is composed of SEVERAL short essay questions, all contained underneath the topics.
1. Try to relate what you learned in this class to your topic. 2. Back up your arguments and conclusions with facts, not personal opinions. 3. Format/Style: APA style preferred but not strictly required. 4. Length: Must be at least 5 pages (double space, font size 12). 5. References: At least 3 references other than the textbook. 6. Layout: 1) Title page ====Example=== BESC 107G-X02 Comparative Study of Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups YOUR NAME Fall, 2021 2) Main body 3) References 7. SUBMIT your paper on Canvas. 8. Spell-checked and grammar-checked. 9. Late paper will carry an automatic 10% penalty.
Social work research questions
Mental Health in School-Aged Children Prenatally Exposed to Alcohol and Other Substances Lisbeth Beate Sandtorv, Mari Hysing, Malin Rognlid, Sondre Aasen Nilsen and Irene Bircow Elgen
1. Name the study design of this study and describe the study design including the intervention
2. What is the study population? and is it appropriate? Why or why not?
3. What is the sampling frame, if any, was used?
4. What are the Strengths of the study design (including how threats to internal validity were addressed)?
5. What are the weaknesses of the study design (including threats to internal validity that are relevant for this study and how they may affect findings)?
6. What are the Strengths of the sampling frame(how threats to external validity were addressed)?
7. What are the weaknesses of the sampling frame (threats to external validity that were not addressed and how this might affect generalizability of the findings to the target population?
8. What are the implications of the study results for policy?
9. What are the implications of the study results for social work Micro practice?
Social work Mezzo practice?
Social work Macro practice?
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OverviewIt should be clear by now that we live in a social order that continues to hold many ageist beliefs that often result in social inequality for olders. Earlier in the course everyone shared their biases on aging and their perspective at the time. Now that we’re at the end of the course, it’s time to take another look at your attitudes toward aging and the aged to see how your perspective has evolved (if at all) and what you’re taking away from the course experience. This is worth up to 2% extra credit.DirectionsIn the assignment text box or a word processing program (e.g. Word, Google Docs, etc.), reflect on the following questions about your learning and growth in essay format: * How has your perspective on aging changed since you started this course? What resources from the course were most influential? What do you want to learn more about? * What advice do you have to future students or others who fear aging and/or believe getting old is a bad thing? * What other reflections about your learning or growth during this course would you like to share?
Remember, part of being a good sociologist is communicating your ideas clearly, so please write in complete sentences, explain your thoughts thoroughly, use proper punctuation and grammar, etc. I will provide lectures below just fro information if you want to take a look.
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