MYTHOLOGY

The myths of many cultures depict a deprived or insulted fertility god whose anger must be appeased or a heroic god who restores fertility by combating a monster
What conditions might have caused the creators of “Dagda the Good” to depict a battle for control of Ireland where both forces possess great powers of fertility?

Multicultural Children’s Literature

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Essay 1

Fox and Short state “[C}children have the right to see themselves within a book, to find within a book the truth of their own experience instead of stereotypes and misrepresentations’ ‘ (as cited in Madsen, 2012).

Find a central essay topic based on the negative impact of GENDER STEREOTYPES and/or GENDER BIAS in children’s literature. Suggested focus of your essay could include the history of multicultural literature’s attempts to counter gender normed stereotypes, the impact of gender biased children’s literature, and how good multicultural children’s literature inspires us to think more critically about equity of gender norms enhancing social justice for all.

A reference APA formatted page is required along with a cover page and a brief abstract page. APA TIMES NEW ROMAN 12 FONT

An Abstract page is required in your 1000 word essay and creates a central focus for a concise view of your thesis focus. Put some passion and persuasive language into this Abstract as you write to answer the question:why is this topic worthy to explore in the first place? Why is literature an important tool to grow a better more empathetic humanity?

REMEMBER You are to have a minimum of two (2) direct quotes (or paraphrased quotes) obtained from EACH article readings found in your EDUC 121 Reader inside your paper for a minimum total of eight (8) APA citations.

****THESE QUOTES ARE TO BE USED FROM THE ARTICLES IN THE FILES BELOW****USE THE ARTICLES BELOW FOR THE PAPER***

I can cite them correctly if you have trouble, you just have to do the paper.

Early Childhood / Child Development

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1. Each question has to be answered in 100 words or more.

2. Two answers per question

3. Due on Sunday 8pm (CST)

How can stress be reduced in a childcare environment?
You have just been informed that a new infant will be joining your class. The child is HIV positive. How would you feel and how would you change your caregiving practices?
Children in care outside of their home get ill more often than those cared for in their own home. Women who work full time have children who are 50% less likely to stay home when they are ill. How should the child care industry respond to this knowledge?

Abnormal Psych

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briefly describe major symptoms of schizophrenia in general and then define positive symptoms and negative symptoms – giving an example of each.

Meyer, R. G. & Weaver, C. M. (2013). Case Studies in Abnormal Behavior. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

CULTURAL REFLECTION PRESENTATION

Cultural Reflection Presentation (Objective #6.1, #6.2)
Create an 8-10-slide PowerPoint presentation discussing your cultural background. When discussing your culture, consider components of yourself such as race, ethnicity, religion, spiritual heritage, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, socioeconomic status, traditions, and family heritage. You are not required to include any information you do not feel comfortable sharing.

Include the following in your presentation:

A title slide, a conclusion slide, and a references slide (in addition to the 8-10 content slides) (African American Female)
Communication styles of your culture (verbal and nonverbal) (Verbal)
Parts of your culture you are proud of (Hard working people through a lifetime of adversities)
Parts of your culture that you would like to improve (Self Value and Self Worth, Knowing Your History)
Stereotypes toward your culture (Angry, Aggressive Behavior)
Stereotypes held within your culture (Not Unified Enough as a People of Color)
How your culture perceives mental health and wellness (i.e., receiving mental health care)(Not Open Minded Enough)
How your cultural background will influence your ability to provide mental health services to someone from your culture and someone from another culture (Parents instill in me as a child we shouldn’t be ashame to seek mental help, it’s healthier to talk it over with a professional)
My information is shown in brackets ( )

Include at least two scholarly references in your presentation.

APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are not required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite.

Relationship Between Qualitative Analysis And Evidence-Based Practice

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Evidence-based practice is integral to social work, as it often informs best practices. Competent social workers understand this connection in general and the ways it benefits clients in particular. For this Assignment, consider your informed opinion on the relationship between qualitative analysis and evidence-based practice.

By Day 7
Submit a 2-page paper that addresses the following:

Choose two qualitative research studies from this week’s resources and analyze the relationship between qualitative analysis and evidence-based practice.
Consider how the qualitative study contributes to social work practice and how this type of knowledge would fit into building evidence-based practice.
Selected qualitative research from this week:

1- Contact Irregular’: a qualitative analysis of the impact of visiting patterns of natural parents on foster placements Deborah Browne* and Ann Moloney† *Centre for Applied Psychology (Forensic Section), University of Leicester, UK, and †Department of Applied Psychology, University College, Cork, Ireland

2- Maltreated Children’s Social Understanding and Empathy: A Preliminary Exploration of Foster Carers’ Perspectives Nikki Luke • Robin Banerjee

Qualitative Research Questions

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Research questions that lend themselves to a qualitative approach often address questions about how people construct meaning. In this way, qualitative research questions set the stage for open-ended, inductive inquiry.

For this Discussion, review the case study entitled, “Social Work Research: Program Evaluation.” Consider the kinds of questions that inform a qualitative approach. Think about the quantitative method described in the case study and consider methods you might use to investigate the effectiveness of a program from a qualitative perspective.

By Day 3
Post your explanations of the following:

What kinds of research questions lead to a qualitative approach?
If you chose to conduct quantitative research in your Week 4 proposal, how might you reframe the research question in a way that lends itself to a qualitative approach?
If you focused on a qualitative proposal in Week 4, describe the qualitative research question and explain the rationale for choosing a qualitative approach.
Be sure to explain how you might collect the data.
Consider which qualitative method (case study, grounded theory, ethnographic research, cross-sectional research, feminist research, or participatory action research) would be most suitable for answering the research question.
Case Study entitled Social Work Research: Program Evaluation

Social Work Research: Program Evaluation
Major federal legislation was enacted in 1996 related to welfare reform. Financial assistance programs at the national level for low-income families have been in place since the mid-1960s through the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) program. The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, or welfare reform, created TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families). Major components of the new TANF program were to limit new recipients of cash aid to no more than 2 years of TANF assistance at a time and to receive no more than 5 years of combined TANF assistance with other service programs during their lifetimes. The goal was to make public assistance a temporary, rather than a long-term, program for families with children. Beyond these general rules, each of the 50 states was given substantial latitude to adopt requirements to fit their own objectives. The new law also allowed states that reduced their public assistance expenses to keep whatever support was already being provided by the federal government for use at their own discretion. This was seen as a way to encourage states to reduce welfare dependency.

In response, the state of California decided to call its new program CalWORKs, the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids program. CalWORKs is California’s application of the new TANF federal law. Like most of the other states, CalWORKs provided its 58 counties with a fair amount of discretion in how to implement the new provisions. Some counties chose to develop strong upfront “employment-first” rules that mandated recipients be employed as soon as possible. Others chose a response that included testing and assessment and the provision of education and training services.

One of the largest counties in the San Francisco Bay Area developed several options for CalWORKs recipients, including immediate job readiness (Job Club) help, remedial education for recipients lacking basic skills, and vocational training at local community colleges and adult education centers for those seeking higher level education and skills. Recipients could take up to 5 years to complete these activities and even longer in certain circumstances to maximize their chances of success. Recipients were predominantly single mothers. If recipients fully complied with the rules, they received a variety of financial incentives, while those who did not comply received sanctions that often resulted in reduced benefit levels. The county provided grants to a wide array of education, training, and service programs to work as partners in serving the needs of participants.

In 1996, the county’s CalWORKs program enrolled approximately 22,000 families in various forms of public assistance programs. Of these, approximately 10,000 elected to participate in one of the education and training programs, 9,000 elected to attend intensive job placement (Job Club) classes, and the remaining 3,000 opted to not comply with the new program and accepted reduced benefit sanctions.

To meet its state and federal mandates, the county carefully tracked the progress of all program participants and compiled comprehensive quarterly reports that summarized assignments and outcomes at each of the contracted partner sites as well as countywide trends. During the first 11 years of the program, from 1996 through 2007, the county’s public assistance roles were reduced by approximately 40%, from more than 22,000 to about 13,000 families. The best results were obtained among participants in education and training programs, who accounted for about two-thirds of long-term outcome success, although this group was also found to be more costly to the local CalWORKs program during their years of study. These costs, in addition to the longer period of monthly benefits received, also included the cost of education and training and, in some cases, childcare expenses. Among the participants who were placed in the immediate job search (Job Club) program, total costs to the county were somewhat less per year, but more than 50% were still not successful in gaining employment, and those that did find a job received a much lower salary and fewer benefits, and another 23% fell back on CalWORKs after later losing their employment.

Although the results of the CalWORKs program in this county seemed to be following a mostly positive trend from 1996 through 2007, the situation changed dramatically in the opposite direction during the national economic downturn from 2007 through 2011. Total public assistance rolls more than doubled to about 30,000 during this time as the local and state unemployment rate rapidly grew from about 7% to more than 12%. The county was initially successful in getting the state to grant it waivers to allow recipients to extend their period of benefits during education and training, but these waivers were considerably restricted after 2011 due to major state budget cuts. Between 2011 and early 2013 the total number of recipients began to decline again by about 10% from its peak 2 years earlier. However, the total number of CalWORKs recipients is at 27,000, still about 5,000 recipients higher than when the program started in 1996.

Compounding the difficulty of more people becoming eligible for CalWORKs’ benefits due to poor economic conditions, the state’s budget crisis prompted a reduction in state allocations to counties and recipients. Nonetheless, county administrators were still pleased to report that more than more than 16,000 recipients during the program were able to obtain employment or other support that eliminated their dependency on cash public assistance.

Moral Development (Compare Kohlberg’s And Theory Erikson)

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Hello, i need a research. Max 9 pages, APA format.

All work must comply with APA style 7th edition written standards:

A) Title page (1) Check Rubric Criteria

B) Abstract page (1), The abstract must have at least 1 paragraph with no less than 8 lines.

C) Body or content pages (5), topic is developed here

D) Conclusion page (1), Should be your own analysis of your findings. At least half a page.

E) References (1). Cited in the body,

Therefore, there must be a minimum of 9 pages per project.

It must be typed using APA style, and Times New Roman, and font 12. 1.5 space.

Developmental Psychology

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Behaviors Of The Same-Sex Adult That You Learned

Explain some of the behaviors of the same-sex adult that you learned as a child and now demonstrate. Based on social cognitive theory, explain how you might have acquired the behaviors. Be specific. Use proper APA format and citations.

Think about how social psychology and, specifically, Bandura’s social cognitive theory, explains how modeling affects cognitive development and behavior.
Consider your childhood and select a same-sex adult who influenced your personal development. The same-sex adult could include a primary caregiver, extended member of the family, or family friend with whom you were close as a child.
****I have attached an article I would like for you to use for this as a reference please.*****