Capstone Change Project Evaluation Plan

Review your strategic plan to implement the change proposal, the objectives, the outcomes, and listed resources. Develop a process to evaluate the intervention if it were implemented. Write a 150-250 word summary of the evaluation plan that will be used to evaluate your intervention.

The assignment will be used to develop a written implementation plan.

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

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Population Health Policy Analysis

Select a current or proposed health care policy that is designed to improve a specific population’s access to quality, cost-effective health care. In a paper of 1,000-1,250 words, include the following:

1. Explain the policy and how it is designed to improve cost-effectiveness and health care equity for the population. Is the policy financially sound? Why or why not? How does the policy account for any relevant ethical, legal, and political factors and the nursing perceptive one must consider when implementing it?

2. To what state, federal, global health policies or goals is this particular policy related? How well do you think the policy is designed to achieve those goals?

3. Finally, discuss the advocacy strategies you would employ on behalf of your population to ensure they have access to the benefits of the policy. Explain, from a Christian perspective, the professional and moral obligation of advanced registered nurse to advocate for and promote health and prevent disease among diverse populations.

You are required to cite five to 10 sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and nursing content.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

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 required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.


Financially Sound Health Care Policy That Incorporates the Nursing Perspective and Relevant Ethical, Legal, and Political Factors (2.1)


A comprehensive discussion of financially sound health care policy that incorporates the nursing perspective and relevant ethical, legal, and political factors is thoroughly developed with supporting details.

Integration of Appropriate State, Federal, and Global Health Policies and Goals Related to Equitable Health Care for Populations (4.2)


A comprehensive discussion of appropriate state, federal, and global health policies and goals related to equitable health care for populations is thoroughly developed with supporting details.

Advocacy Strategies for Improving Access, Quality, and Cost-Effective Health Care for Diverse Populations (2.2)


A comprehensive discussion of advocacy strategies for improving access, quality, and cost-effective health care for diverse populations is thoroughly developed with supporting details.

The Professional and Moral Obligation of Advanced Registered Nurses to Respect Human Dignity and Advance the Common Good Through Working to Promote Health and Prevent Disease Among Diverse Populations from a Christian Perspective (4.3)


A comprehensive discussion of the professional and moral obligation of advanced registered nurses to respect human dignity and advance the common good through working to promote health and prevent disease among diverse populations from a Christian perspective is thoroughly developed with supporting details.

Required Sources


Number of required resources is met. Sources are current, and appropriate for the assignment criteria and nursing content.


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Explain habitualization and how it relates to the social construction of reality. Make sure that you use an example from society.

This should contain at least 200-250 word. Any use of outside resources requires that you cite and reference your sources in APA format.

Movie Assigment

watch film Wall-E (2008)Preview the document

This paper will be on affects of technology, environment issues and social change.

Answer following quiestions

1) , briefly define the ideas on modernization of Tonnies, Durkeim, Weber, and Marx and provide an example from the film that could represent each theoretical construct.

2) According to the attached technology and environment handout; what are the four ways that technology reshapes a society? Define each and provide examples of technological advances featured in the film that fit each of the four ways? How did each advance change the society? Your examples from the film should be specific.

These four items are found in III: B in the handout.

3) Define the four social revolutions that have occurred (section 2.3 chapter 2). Which, if any, of these are presented in the film? Come up with a name and description of a fifth social revolution based on the circumstances in the film.

Hint to really answer this question be sure to watch the end credits as one or more are presented there.

4) Discuss how people are socialized in the film? What impact has the type of socialization had on human interaction? Provide support for your answer with specific examples from the film.

There are specific examples of socialization presented in the film. Remember to define what socialization is first so that you will be able to find the examples.

5) Discuss the impact humans had on the planet environment using as many terms from your text as possible (i.e., acid rain, global warming, etc.). Provide examples from the movie to support your answer. There will not be specific mention of these things so just use your sociological imagination to apply the concepts.

You should try to have at least three concepts from the text for this question.


Should be at minimum 200 words per answer, NOT including the actual question you are responding to. Each answer should follow the rules of Standard Written English (Links to an external site.) for grammar, punctuation and paragraph formatting (Links to an external site.). This means your answer should NOT be one long paragraph. The paper can be either double or single spaced, but must not have a font larger than New Times Roman 12 and a 1 inch margin.


Each question is it’s own answer and is worth 15 points for a total of 75 points. The best way to ensure you get the best grade is to use the Word document and put your answer in the space after each question. But make sure you follow proper paragraph formatting, etc. Some students just post one really long paragraph which is not correct format and will cost you at least 1 point per question. You will receive a grade pursuant to the following:

Up 5 points for detailed definitions of the concepts, this means more than just one sentence for definition and a clear illustration that you understand the concept by provide real world examples. You do not have to use any references for the definitions, I am looking that you understand the concepts, but if you do offer an “official” definition make sure you properly cite the material, even the text. Correct citation for the text is as follows: Macionis, J. 2017. Society the Basics, 14th edition, Pearson Publishing: New York

Up to 5 points for specific examples from the film for all concepts in the question, specific means description of a particular scene, character, or event that meets the definition requirement, or narration of an over arching idea that fits the parameters. The key word is specific.

Up to 5 points for paragraph formatting, spelling, grammar, etc. If your answer is too short that is up to 3 points depending on how short it is, if it is only a little short it will be 1 point but if it is less than 2 paragraphs it will be 3 points. Spelling/grammar/punctuation is up to 2 points depending on how many errors there are. Other items that could count as part of this grade is if I cannot tell where one answer begins and the next one ends.

Research Paper On Mental Health

It’s final paper time! If you followed the outline directions, this should be fairly easy to write up. Be sure to read the feedback you were provided and be sure to actually write your paper. Do not engage in patchwork plagiarism because you will lose a lot (if not all) of the assignment points. If you don’t remember what patchwork plagiarism is, see the syllabus. My suggestion is that you do NOT include more than three direct quotes in your paper. Summarize everything else.

Other “must do’s” for the paper:

Your paper must be between 7 and 9 double spaced pages long (12 point font). This includes a bibliography. Do NOT count your title page toward the total.
Include at least 12 sources. See the previous guidelines or syllabus for additional instructions, if needed.
Include in text cites, which includes the author(s) last name and year. It will look like this (Smith, 2019). If you are including a direct quote from an author, be sure to include the page number the quote is on. The cite will look like this (Smith, 2019: 123).
Include the complete bibliographic information for all of your sources at the end of the paper.
You must integrate your sources into a coherent narrative. You cannot simply summarize each of your sources.
Your paper must be organized around a clear topic and thesis statement.
Your paper must be organized around the scholarly material rather than sources from the popular press.
Your paper must be well written and grammatically correct.
Paper Structure


What is the topic?
How is it related to the course material?
How well researched is the topic today?
How is your paper organized (what two or three big points are you covering about your topic)?
Body of the Paper:

Point one about your topic (this needs to come from your scholarly sources)
You should have 3 or 4 sources here that are used to make a single point
Describe how each of the sources supports point 1
You should plan on 3 paragraphs worth of material
Point two about your topic (this needs to come from your scholarly sources)
You should have 3 or 4 sources here
Describe how each of the sources support point 2
You should plan on 3 paragraphs worth of material
Point three about your topic (this needs to come from your scholarly sources)
You should have 3 or 4 sources here
Describbe how each of the sources supports point 3
You should plan on 3 paragraphs worth of material

Summarize the main points covered
What can be done to research the topic further?
What did you learn that surprised you?
Work Cited:

You need to provide the complete bibliographic information for each citation mentioned
These should be organized alphabetically, last name first.
Point breakdown

This assignment is worth 80 points total and the breakdown by paper section is as follows:

Introduction (10 points)
Body of the paper (50 points)
Conclusion (10 points)
In text citations and Bibliography (10 points)
See the guidelines above, they affect how each section is graded.

Just a reminder, you are responsible for uploading your assignment to Turnitin for grading. Double check to ensure that your program is compatible so that the assignment can be read and graded. Otherwise, you will incur a late penalty. The assignment is due EST.

Sociology Of Sports$PE

Sport is sometimes referred to as an “opiate to society”; meaning, it can be utilized as a tool to quell social/political unrest or divert attention away from current issues.Similarly, sport is also regarded as having religious-like effects on fans and followers alike. In this assignment, please share your thoughts first on what that statement, “opiate to the masses” means to you. Next, whether you agree or disagree with both statements and why. Contextualize the current state of politics and sport at this moment through a comparison of what is presented in the passage and what you see now in the media (is it relevant to the climate today?). Utilize specific examples to support your opinion and be sure to read through your text for additional support on the subject.


Discuss how social institutions influence sexuality and sexual behavior. Choose one of the following social institutions; religion, government, economy, family, media, education, school, peers; and identify how sexual norms and values are reinforced and maintained through individual interactions within the institution.
You will write an APA style essay for the assignment and submit the document in a MS Word document. Submissions should be two pages in length.

Gender-Based Violence

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Gender-based violence is a persistent problem all over the world.

The readings this week outline the wide variety of presentations of gender-based violence. We frequently focus on one type of violence at a time: domestic or intimate partner violence, sexual assault at colleges or in the military, honor killings, or rape as an instrument of war, for example. It is more instructive, however, to think of all of these types of violence as connected.

Recently, there has also been a greater focus on the rate of violence (and self-harm) among transgender people, particularly young people, and also on the extent of under-reported gendered violence against men, much of it also perpetrated by men.

Respond to the following:

· First, define what we mean by “gender-based violence.” Why not just “violence?”

· Why have we focused primarily on gender-based violence against women? Do you agree with adding violence against men and transgender people, or do you see these as separate phenomena? What (if anything) connects all of these types of violence?

· How do intersectional identities such as age, sexuality, gender non-conformity, or race affect experiences of gender-based violence?

· What purposes does gender-based violence serve in a society? Provide at least two examples.

· After everything you read for this week, define the one or two most important societal factors that you believe lead to gender-based violence.

How can we address these factors? Are boys and men predisposed to commit gender-based violence? What needs to happen to make a significant dent in the rates of gender-based violence?

Learning Resources

There are a lot of required resources this week. Don’t worry! Some are very brief fact sheets.


1. “Gender-Based Violence,” from the Boundless textbook Sociology:
2. “Normative Cruelties and Gender Deviants: The Performative Effects of Bully Discourses for Girls and Boys in School,” by Jessica Ringrose and Emma Renold:
3. “Who is Doing What to Whom? Determining the Core Aggressor in Relationships Where Domestic Violence Exists, fact sheet from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV):
4. “Violence against women—it’s a men’s issue: Jackson Katz at TEDxFiDiWomen:”
5. The Facts on International Gender-Based Violence:
6. “Trailer, Excerpts of ‘The Invisible War’,” documentary film about sexual assault in the military:
7. “’Invisible War’ Reveals Culture of Military Sexual Assault,” an interview with the filmmaker:
8. “Military Bases, Gender at,” by Keerty Nakray from The SAGE Encyclopedia of War: Social Science Perspectives:
9. “Power and Control Tactics,” a brief two page handout detailing some tactics used against transgender victims and by transgender perpetrators of domestic violence:
10.“Trans and Intersex Survivors of Domestic Violence: Defining Terms, Barriers, & Responsibilities:”
11.“Intimate Partner Violence or Elder Abuse? Considering Age, Gender and Elder Justice:”
12.“Lesbian, Gay Male, Bisexual and Transgendered Elders: Elder Abuse and Neglect Issues,” by Loree Cook‐Daniels, Transgender Aging Network:
13.Power and Control Wheel [considered the signature model illustrating the power and control tactics used in intimate partner violence]:
14.Equality Wheel [illustrates a respectful relationship]:

First Generation Immigrant Interview Paper

Research paper: You are to interview a first-generation immigrant. Your interview should include the following questions: Why did the person immigrate to the U.S.? How old was s/he when s/he entered this country? Did s/he speak English when she first arrived, and how did this impact his/her experience? Is his/her culture similar to U.S. culture or not? If so, how is it similar? If not, how is it different? Have the immigrant explain how these similarities and/or differences affected his/her immigration experience. Ask the immigrant to describe experiences with prejudice and discrimination from members of the dominant culture. Did s/he have good experiences with Americans that were not characterized by prejudice and discrimination? Does s/he feel prejudice toward other ethnic or racial groups? How does this affect him/her? If the immigrant has children, have him/her describe any strategies s/he is using in raising them (e.g., teaching them about their original culture, the language, etc. or not?).These are the minimum questions you should ask in your interview; you may add any questions which you feel will improve the quality of your research paper.
Your paper should be 6-8 pages, double-spaced, size 12 font, and should include the questions you asked the immigrant as well as his/her responses. The strongest paper will incorporate information from your text as it is relevant to your research. You should describe the immigrant’s background and immigration experience fully.

Any paper with 50% or more matching to other sources will receive an automatic zero.

Race And College Admissions

In this assignment you will use data to explore the different educational experiences among racial groups in the U.S., particularly in the real-world example of race in college admissions. For context, the admission process is an open one at Ashford University in that there are few barriers to admission to a program of study. As such, Ashford enjoys a high occurrence of diversity in its student demographic. This, however, may not always be the case in traditional college admissions practices in the US.

Read the documentPreview the document submitted by the American Sociological Association (ASA) to the United States Supreme Court regarding a Michigan Law School case. The goal is for you to engage the empirical data and summary arguments while drawing your own conclusions about the college admission process.

After reading the ASA’s position on this case, address the following:

Thoroughly summarize (Links to an external site.) the key elements of the argument presented by ASA. This summary should include:
A general overview of ASA’s position.
A discussion of the fundamental justifications behind ASA’s position including residential segregation, school segregation, economic disadvantages, stigma, and the relevance of race-based life experiences to university admissions.
Please be mindful to summarize the ASA’s position on these issues in your own words.

Argue your own position as to whether or not college admission officers should consider race (as one of many factors), when deciding whom to accept to colleges. Be sure to use scholarly evidence and empirical data to support your position. Which position you take has NO bearing on your grade. However, you will be graded on how well you support your argument with scholarly evidence and empirical data, as well as the amount of thought put into your argument. Your argument must:
Be well-reasoned and based on scholarly evidence and empirical data – Not on personal ideologies and/or uninformed opinions.
Explain why you have chosen the position that you have (using facts and empirical data).
Depending on the position you take, propose either an alternative solution to addressing racial inequalities in college admissions or propose a solution for implementing racial consideration in the admissions of an actual college setting.
If you argue that race should not be taken into account along with other life experiences in college admissions, then you must also propose ways in which current racial inequalities of educational attainment can best be overcome.
If you argue that race should be taken into account along with other life experiences in college admissions, then you must also propose ways in which this could best be implemented in an actual applied setting.
The Race and College Admissions Assignment:

Must be 8 to 10 double-spaced pages in length (excluding title and reference pages), and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.).
Must include a title page (Links to an external site.) with the following:
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.) that has a succinct thesis statement. (Links to an external site.)
Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
Must end with a conclusion (Links to an external site.) that reaffirms your thesis.
Must use the textbook and at least five scholarly sources.
The Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible SourcesPreview the document 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 in the Ashford Writing Center. Cite your sources in text and on a separate reference page. For more information please review the In-Text Citation Guide (Links to an external site.) and the APA References List. (Links to an external site.)
Please review the APA Essay Checklist for Students (Links to an external site.) to ensure you have all of the required components for your Final Paper. In addition, click on the links above to see examples of title pages, introductory paragraphs, thesis statements, and conclusions.
*This assignment was inspired by: Beer, Christopher T. 2013 “Race and College Admissions.” Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC: American Sociological Association. ( (Links to an external site.))

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.