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Review and analysis of the book ” Promises I can keep” by Kathryn Edin & Maria KefalasPaper instructions:review and analysis of the book ” […]
Homelessness in AmericaResearch Paper on Social Policy and/or Vulnerable Population 100 Points
Write a 4 – 6 page double-spaced paper using APA format and scholarly peer-reviewed articles or textbooks addressing a Social Welfare Policy/or Vulnerable Groups effected by a policy.
•Instructor will pre-approve topics, in order to ensure understanding and feasibility of research topic on policy (policies) that help or hinder specific vulnerable populations.
•Describe a social welfare policy. Discuss how policy makers advocated for the vulnerable population to bring about social change. Identify the values that shaped the policy. Describe how it relates to the advancement of social and economic justice. Explain how the policy is put into practice and how the program is funded. Provide a personal reflection on your own perception of the policy, does it help or hinder vulnerable populations it's aimed to assist? Offer ideas on how to improve the policy
Homelessness in AmericaResearch Paper on Social Policy and/or Vulnerable Population 100 PointsDescription – Write a 4 – 6 page double-spaced paper using APA format […]
Letter #1: Direct Inquiry
You’ve been given the important assignment from your boss, a VP at a small website development firm in Washington, D.C.—WebX Corporation: to arrange a relax-and-recharge retreat for the company employees. The boss wants to hold the retreat in the Luray, Virginia, area, in the Shenandoah Valley, about 90 miles from the city. He has specifically instructed you to find a large cabin, not a hotel or resort, because he wants the event to have the feel of a getaway, not a business meeting. But the retreat will serve important business purposes, so employees’ families will not be invited.
After a bit of Internet searching, you think you’ve found the perfect place: a large, isolated cabin overlooking the Valley. You learn a lot about the property from the website—such as how many the cabin will sleep (20), how it is equipped (it has a large modern kitchen, a deck with a hot tub and 20 chairs, a large-screen TV with cable service, and a game room with an air-hockey table), what it costs ($50 per person per day except on weekends and holidays, when the rate is $75 per day), when it’s available, and what kind of linen service is provided. But you need to know more.
For example, is there an area inside the cabin where 20 people can comfortably meet and talk? The pictures on the website don’t make that clear. Is there Internet access? Cell phone service? A DVD player so that employees can watch movies of their choice? How/when do you pay? When will you need to report an exact headcount: What if some people don’t show up—do you still pay for them? And then there are the small things. Are charcoal and lighter fluid included with the grill? Are there paper towels? Salt and pepper? Kitchen linens and soap? Etc.!
Since you and the realtor have been playing telephone tag, you decide to document your questions in a business letter so you have a written record of her answers. So you’ll craft a well-organized formal business letter getting the information you need to be sure this important company event will go well—and reflect well on you. Be sure to tell her what she needs to know about your event in order to give you helpful answers.
(NOTE: be sure to use itemized questions with needed detail. You may change/add some detail to fit your needs. Make-up name and address of realtor, etc.)Click here for more on this paper…….
Direct Inquiry Letter #1: Direct Inquiry WebX Corporation You’ve been given the important assignment from your boss, a VP at a small website development […]
Directional dyadic behavior in family relationshipsdirectional dyadic behavior in family relationships.
1. Read Week 9 lesson plan and the assigned reading. You will want to read the article assigned
for this week: Ackerman, R.A., Kashy, D.A., Donnellan, M.B. (2011). Positive-engagement
behaviors in observed family interactions: A Social relations analysis. Journal of Family
Psychology, 25(5), 719-730. You will also want to read the lesson plan for Week 9 focusing on
the material that describes the Social Relations Model and how to use it to understand
directional dyadic interactions.
2. Read the hypothetical situations below and apply the Social Relations Model. In your
application of the Social Relations Model you will want to dissect the relationship in question
and note whose actor, partner, and dyadic relationship effects (in addition to the family mean)
might be responsible for the directional dyadic behavior you are trying to explain. Use the
example in the lesson plan as your model for how to do this. Your paper should be divided into
2 sections—part one should address Hypothetical Example #1 and part two should address
Hypothetical Example #2.
Hypothetical Example #1: In a four-person family (i.e., father, mother, son, and daughter), we see that
the mother constantly nags the father. She frequently pesters the father about completing his
household tasks, complains about the father, and regularly finds fault in the things he does. Using the
Social Relations Model outline how we might understand the mother’s nagging behavior towards the
father. Be sure to include a discussion of the relevant actor, partner, family mean, and dyadic
relationship effects. Which ones are possibly at play here?
Hypothetical Example #2: In a four-person family (i.e., father, mother, son, and daughter), we see that
the son regularly plays practical jokes on his mother. Just yesterday he placed fake vomit on the floor
and pretended to be sick. He also put a whoopee cushion on his mother’s chair. Using the Social
Relations Model outline how we might understand the son’s joking behavior towards his mother. Be
sure to include a discussion of the relevant actor, partner, family mean, and dyadic relationship effects.
Which ones are possibly at play here?
DUE DATE: This assignment is due no later than Sunday July 27, 2014, 11:59 PM (PST).
SUBMISSION PROCESS: To submit your assignment, please place it in the digital drop box on
BeachBoard in the folder marked Week 9 Assignment: Social Relations Model.
GRADING CRITERIA: This assignment is worth 25 points. Ability to correctly identify and describe the
relevant actor, partner, dyadic relationship, and family mean effects will determine points earned.
FEEDBACK: Students will receive feedback from the instructor via email within one week of the submission deadline.Click here for more on this paper…….
Directional dyadic behavior in family relationshipsdirectional dyadic behavior in family relationships.INSTRUCTIONS:1. Read Week 9 lesson plan and the assigned reading. You will want to […]