What motivates you? Do you have multiple motivators? Write this post using a minimum of 250 words and make sure you cite your resources.
How to use Brief Interpersonal Psychotherapy Treatment to manage DEPRESSION.
To meet this objective choose brief interpersonal psychotherapy and describe three studies on the effectiveness of the chosen model. The paper limit is 5 pages.
● Define the model chosen for the paper, choose three research studies on interpersonal psychotherapy treatment
● Cite the studies, describe the purpose, sample, methods, and findings
● Identify the population with respect to the disorder (was the study effective with patients with depression?)
● What specifically was measured as outcomes? Mood? Thoughts? Relationship improvement, etc.?
● Study Limitations? Are there cultural Implications regarding applying the findings?Were these stated?
● Why do you have confidence in the findings?
● How would you specifically use these findings in practice (i.e. for patients with which specific problems, issues)
This textbook also helpful in Chapter 11: Dewan, M.J,. Steenbarger, B. N. & Greenberg, R.P. (2018).The art and science of brief psychotherapies (3rd edition). Washington, DC
Define patrol, History of patrol, Identify and discuss the concept of patrol (Where did it come from, what is patrol and its specific purpose when it first began, what does it do, and what does patrol look like today. (Compare and Contrast) Is patrol the same anywhere you go in the Unites States? Written Assignment: 4-5 pages APA format NOT counting title and reference pages
Individual rights vs the rights of society: Explain the role of law enforcement in the balance of rights.
Topic: The economic consequences of colonialism in Ivory Coast
Proposals have to include a 200-word abstract on the subject, scope of the final paper, an outline of the paper’s structure, and a minimum of 5 academic references. You always have to provide a reference for numbers, data, factual information, and quotes!
– explain in the introduction: the importance of your topic: why it is socially relevant? What is the point of looking into your topic? Why might we want to know more about the topic? You might have to look for other articles in order to answer these questions or you might be able to draw on materials from other political science courses.
– make clear what the key concepts are you use
– have a well-developed research question and you might add some hypotheses. Explain the reasoning behind your proposition or hypothesis. Why do you think that proposition is plausible?
– have a minimum of 5 scholarly references that were not among the course readings
1.1 Table of Contents
1.2 Introduction (what are you writing about and why)
1.3 Research question (core question you are investigating in your paper)
1.4 Explain how you will proceed and which evidence you will use to make your argument in order to answer the research question
- Initial theory or theories
- Material part: facts, data, conditions, relationships and comparisons
- Discussion of theories
Discussion of relevant current events related to a specific developing country or the general topics of development and/or international development policy. You are responsible for finding a current media item about a contemporary issue related to the class. It can be an article from a traditional news source, a video story, a blog posting from an appropriate commentator, a report from a think tank, or an additional source. Think broadly here; I want to encourage you to be curious and to explore multiple media and credible sources for your news.
For each analysis, you are to submit an active link to the article or news story. You are to write a 500 – 550-word analysis (about one single-spaced page) along with the active link. Your analysis should contain four things:
- A link to the item
- a 2-3 sentence summary of the article, report, or media item;
- a longer, full paragraph length discussion of the story. Here are some potential options:
- discuss how it converges and/or diverges from the reading or class material. Be specific in your discussion.
- Pursue one item discussed or mentioned in the news item about which you are curious. Use the discussion to fact check or find out more from a different source.
- Finally, a 2 – 3 sentence discussion about what was interesting or new to you, or what you still want to find out in relation to the story.
Explain the evolution of armed conflicts since the end of the Second World War. Make sure to discuss the causes of armed conflicts, as well as how the nature of warfare has changed. When writing your answer make sure to refer to at least three armed conflicts that we have discussed in class (i.e. First World War, Second World War, the Cold war, Democratic Republic of Congo, Syria, and the War on Terror).
Advice for the examination:
- Your answer should be roughly between 1500 to 2000 words.
- Use class material (readings, discussions, documentaries), as well as reputable external sources if you need to.
- Your answer should be in essay format (i.e. introduction, development, and conclusion).
- To be submitted on Brightspace before 3:00 pm on October 21st, 2020.
Please respond to the following:
- Some top administrators believe that they should welcome congressional oversight in areas in which committees or members have legitimate concerns. Discuss 2–3 reasons a public administrator might hold this view.
1. Develop a thesis sentence pertaining to the assigned film text and whether or not it, the film, in your view has the power to transform one’s political sensibilities. Your argument should express your point of view regarding the politics of difference, political sensibilities, and political transformation(s) as related to the film. Remember, you’re writing (developing) an analytical essay. Submit your thesis statement in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.
2. Develop three (3) topic sentences that articulate the major ideas that will comprise the body of your essay. Remember that your topic sentences should clearly state the argument or point to be made in the respective paragraphs and must map back to your thesis statement. Submit your topic sentences in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.
3. Identify three (3) scenes from the film that support your thesis statement. Briefly explain your choices of scenes and how the scenes specifically support your thesis statement. Also, provide the exact time the scenes begin and end within the film text. Submit your reply in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.
4. Lastly, fully develop your introductory paragraph. Remember that the best possible thesis will answer some specific question about the text. In this case a question related to the film’s power to transform political sensibilities regarding difference. Your thesis sentence should appear parenthetically within the paragraph you present. Submit your answer in the box located to the right. Be sure to proofread your work.
Before submitting your Critical Review make sure you have read these questions and that you fully understand the grading rubric:
1. Did I properly cite the film text using MLA format? Specifically, did I follow the example provided to me on the Democracy and Difference website? Did I click on the link to the BibMe website and review how to cite a film for a bibliography? Do I understand that any errors in the citation will result in a loss of points? Students who do not properly cite the film will see a reduction in points for this assignment 25/50.
2. Did I answer, directly, the professor’s question: “Does the film have the power to transform one’s political sensibilities?“ Is it clear to the reader (the professor in this case) that I have taken a stand/made an argument pertaining to the assignment prompt? Again, “Does the film have the power to transform one’s political sensibilities?” Students should be sure to address: POWER, POLITICAL SENSIBILITES, and TRANSFORMATION in their thesis sentence/statements. Did I do this? Students who do not properly address this direct question will see a reduction in points for this assignment 25/50.
3. Did I provide the start and end times for each of the three scenes I chose in support of my thesis sentence/statement? And, did I explain explicitly why I chose those scenes? It is not sufficient to list scenes only. Did I explain clearly (and briefly) why I chose the scene that I did and how they specifically advance my argument/thesis? Is it clear to the reader (the professor in this case) why I chose the scene I did? For example, did I write something like: “I chose the scene because it advances my argument by ….” or “I chose the scene because it clearly makes my point that …” Students who did not provide start and end times and/or explain their scene choices will see a reduction in points for this assignment 25/50.
4. Did I fully develop an introduction paragraph? And, in that paragraph did I insert my thesis sentence/statement? Did I use parentheses (to bracket my thesis statement/sentence) within the introduction paragraph? Students who did not fully develop this introduction paragraph and use parentheses (to bracket their thesis statement/sentence) will see a reduction in points for this assignment 25/50.
Submit as a single Word document:
Define the following ethical perspectives in your own words. A minimum of three sources must be utilized and cited properly with in-text citations and a reference list. Avoid using direct quotes. If you summarize or paraphrase information in your own words, you must cite sources to provide credit for the ideas and concepts.
A = Rule utilitarianism
B = Kantian ethics
C = Virtue ethics
D = Care ethics
E = Social contract ethics
F = Subjective relativism
G = Cultural relativism
H = Divine command theory
I = Act utilitarianism
Determine which ethical perspective above is primarily reflected in each of the ten arguments below and explain why. A minimum of three sources must be utilized and cited properly with in-text citations and in the reference list. Avoid using direct quotes. If you summarize or paraphrase information in your own words, you must cite sources to provide credit for the ideas and concepts.
- Although many societies have practiced human sacrifice, human sacrifice was not considered wrong, even though we believe it is wrong in our culture. Therefore, human sacrifice within those cultures was not really wrong.
- Same-sex marriage is right because the Constitution offers equal protection under the law and society has agreed to follow the laws set forth in that document.
- “And the pig, though it has a split hoof completely divided, does not chew the cud; it is unclean for you. You must not eat their meat or touch their carcasses; they are unclean for you.” (Leviticus 11:7–8)
- Your neighbor runs into her house screaming, blood dripping down her arm. Five minutes later a man with a bloody machete comes running down the street and stops and asks you where she went. You answer honestly “in her house.”
- Margarita spoke with her family and they all agreed that they would let her take the medication that would allow her to die peacefully instead of in pain.
- Souerette watched over the children in the daycare meticulously. She knew which children she could trust alone because of their behaviors with each other.
- He does not have the right character and temperament to be a state governor. He avoided service by faking a medical condition, he rarely tells the truth, he eats and drinks too much, and he has little patience with people.
- Patient autonomy and free choice are morally correct.
- I believe that it is perfectly fine to lie about some things.
- Wearing a mask when engaging with the public is the right decision because it protects the welfare of those in your community.
Review the rubric for specific grading criteria.
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