Make sure your paper consists of four to six pages (re: 1,200 words minimum, not including the cover page, reference page, and quoted material [if any]). PLEASE READ ALL OF INSTRUCTIONS BELOW THEY ARE VERY PRECISE IN HOW THE PAPER SHOULD BE WRITTEN!! PLEASE AND THANK YOU 😀 Assignment 1: Analysis on the Effects of Population GrowthDue Week 4 and worth 110 pointsImagine you have been hired as a consultant for the United Nations. You have been asked to write an analysis on how global population growth has caused the following problem and how it affects a developing country of your choosing:A growing global population that consumes natural resources is partially to blame for the release of greenhouse gases since human consumption patterns lead to deforestation, soil erosion, and farming (overturned dirt releases CO2). However, the critical issue is the burning of fossil fuels (hydrocarbons) such as coal oil and natural gas to produce energy that is used for things like electricity production, and vehicle, heating, and cooking fuels. The UN has asked that you choose a developing country from this list: https://www.mrs.org/developing-countries-list.The UN has also given you the following guidelines. ContentThe UN has asked that your paper contain three sections. It has asked that each section be one page (or approximately 300 words) in length and answer specific questions, identified in the outline below. It also asks that you use examples from your developing country when answering the questions. IntroductionProvide an introduction of half a page minimum that addresses points a-e below.Section I. BackgroundSection II. How Emissions Causes Problems for the Developing WorldSection III. Causes and Solutions of Greenhouse GasesConclusionSuccess TipsFormatting RequirementsPotential SourcesThe specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is as follows:Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric:

Men and Group Think- Psy362

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two attachment and write reflection

Please following the requirement and read two PDF files and write the reflection.

In the past half century, as organizations and administration have become increasingly

In the past half century, as organizations and administration have become increasingly pervasive, social scientists have devoted their time to develop theoretical frameworks to define how organizations function and how to make them easier to manage, navigate, and understand. Several frameworks have emerged and evolved in an attempt to help administrators and managers negotiate the complexities of their jobs and the organizations for which they work. The first reading outlines those frameworks. There are supplemental readings you can take a look at that examine the history and role of management. Those selections are classics in the fields of management and organizational behavior.Read:Be sure to look over the scoring checklist (on the class slides) so that you know what is expected in your responses.Supplemental readings

Week 6 Assignment: Sociological Theory

Week 6 Assignment: Sociological Theory

you think the future of human resource management will look like.

Describe what you think the future of human resource management will look like.1. Watch the Ted Talk: The rise of human-computer cooperation

In 1,000‐1,250 words, complete the following:1. Describe the cultural identity of a

In 1,000‐1,250 words, complete the following:1. Describe the cultural identity of a particular cultural group and how the culture’s identity is represented symbolically in the culture’s communication patterns, values, language, architecture, pastimes, art, relational roles, societal systems, behaviors, etc. (Comp 2.1 Interpret the meaning of symbols across cultures.).2. Compare and contrast symbolic representations of a particular cultural group via media channels in that culture, in the U.S. media, and academic research findings. 3. Evaluate the role of mass media channels in intercultural communication. What impact do mass media have on intercultural perceptions and interactions?4. Project must have a minimum of five scholarly sources.Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.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. Refer to the LopesWrite Technical Support articles for assistance.

Impacts of Culture and Socialization

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1. Developing a sociological imaginationa. turns a sociologist into a revolutionaryb. enhances

1. Developing a sociological imaginationa. turns a sociologist into a revolutionaryb. enhances our understanding of advanced statistics c. reveals that history often repeats itselfd. offers a broader picture of the economic and political forces of society past and present that impinge on each person’s life2. According to Stiglitz and other social scientists, reducing inequality can be accomplished bya. increasing the strongly enforced income tax on corporations and rich persons who pay little or no taxes by evasions and loopholesb. providing a strong social safety net for the disadvantaged populationc. expanding educational and employment opportunity for youth d. all of the above3. According to Dr. Franke, a just societya. guarantees total equalityb. assures male dominance according to evolutionary theoryc. protects at the very least the civil liberties of all citizensd. eliminates capitalism4. The distinction between a micro-level of analysis and a macro-level of analysisa. is a matter of opinionb. is based on whether we employ conflict theory or functionalism c. is based on whether we are studying small-group interaction or studying larger structures such as society itselfd. none of the above5. The modern welfare state among Western democracies can be identified as one whicha. puts most of its domestic budgetary resources into the benefit of the poorb. possesses an activist government to regulate the economyc. is dedicated to invest in the well-being of all its citizens in building social capital for the countryd. b and c6. What is special in America’s recent economic history of the period 1945-1973?a. the rise of the youth movement—make love not warb. the great expansion of manufacturing and the improvement of living standards for the working classc. the shift from manufacturing to servicesd. the high cost of imported oil7. Neoliberalism is a current favorite belief system of an economic elite. It is based upon the assumptiona. it is up to government to help the poorb. private enterprise is always more efficient and effective in providing services than government run onesc. government has no business interfering with the free marketd. b and c8. Symbolic Interaction theory emphasizesa. micro-level analysisb. individual perceptions and definitions of situationsc. a degree of unpredictability and spontaneous actionsd. all of the above9. Conflict theory has a general meaning and a specific Marxian meaning. a. clashes or struggles between groups possessing unequal power(general meaning)b. each individual pursuing the American Dreamc. struggles over class conflict in terms of economic groups with antagonistic interestsd. a and c10. Which answer below best describes Senator Bernie Sander’s view of socialisma. the future belongs to socialism not capitalismb. socialism in his speeches really represents a more generous form of government programs and a better social safety netc. Progress is inevitabled. converting profitable private property over to the workers for the common benefit of their communities11. The so called free marketa. increases freedom for all Americansb. is a myth in the face of corporate monopolies determining prices c. reduces inequalityd. none of the above12. Functionalism and conflict theorya. reject evolutionary theories of societyb. are macro-level theoriesc. are completely different having nothing in commond. evolved from the works of Durkheim13. The social order of any society has certain characteristics, one of which isa. a determination of a system of inequalityb. the provision of equality regardless of race, class or ethnicityc. the preference for male dominance according to evolutionary theoryd. none of the above14. Maintaining the social order and warding off extreme change like the overthrow of a government is dependent ona. compliance of the population to laws and customs due to willingness to conform as well as the fear of punishment of non-conformityb. the effectiveness of propaganda by those in powerc. the success of government to suppress social movements advocating changed. all the above15. The instructor explained that the relationship between the individual and society is complex. He meant that: a. complexity can only be understood under laboratory conditionsb. sociology must employ complex statistical methods to obtain reliable and valid datac. there are many intervening variables and conflicting forces between the two. d. each person is unique and has his or her own opinions and beliefs16. The pluralist model of political power is characterized bya. the ultimate battle between the Democrats and the Republicansb. a broad representation of different interest groups competing for elected government officec. the party that gets the most votes wins an electiond. third party candidates who compete for office17. C. Wright Mills and William Domhoffa. offer different examples of elite models of political powerb. both men are members of the Communist party and followers of Marxc. take into account the effects of religion on politics and the economyd. reject the existence of a military-industrial complex18. The de-industrialization of the American economya. resulted in the loss of millions of factory jobsb. created a condition of surplus labor doomed to join the ranks of low-wage service laborc. meant that blue-collar workers could no longer count on secure and well-paying jobsd. all the above19. Absolute scarcity of resources like food and clean water can result in mass hunger and starvation, or in the case of insufficient clean water serious epidemics. Artificial scarcity occursa. in places like North Korea where a dictator rulesb. in capitalist America where there is an abundance of everything but sufficient wages for many workers to be able to buy what they needc. countries with high inflationd. in economically undeveloped countries20. The instructor’s position on the introduction of new technology highlightsa. technological change being increasingly rapid and inevitable in its impact on societyb. automation and artificial intelligence will replace most human workersc. the impact of technological change actually depends on the presence or absence of government to intervene in behalf of public interestd. the desirability of cutting labor costs for American companies21. The concept of McDonaldization emanates from Ritzer’s research on the fast food industry. What is his main message?a. McDonaldization is a threat to Western civilizationb. McDonaldization as an economic process and philosophy permeates much of American society and has expanded in much of the world todayc. offers young entrepreneurs ways of competing with big corporationsd. relies on quality rather than quantity22. It is pretty clear from the study of the sociology of emotions thata. how one expresses one’s feelings to others is instinctiveb. emotions play an important part in the way we interact with othersc. women are more emotional than mend. as Max Weber uttered: all the world is a stage and all of us are actors23. Globalization studies cover many aspects of the nations of the world in their interaction and integration. One big idea stands out:a. the processes of globalization are upon us whether we like it or notb. the market forces of capitalism solves the problem of world povertyc. globalization as of 2019 has little to no connection to the pastd. America can expect to be the sole global superpower for the next 1000 years 24.Instrumental rationality is associated with what process?a. the organization of social movementsb. McDonaldizationc. maintaining the social orderd. the construction of ideal types25. Which sociologist was concerned that the danger of the iron cage of rationality would destroy human spontaneous emotionsand increase disillusionment with the world?a. Karl Marxb. Emil Durkheimc. Max Weberd. C. Wright Mills26. According to the instructor, the split labor force in America todaya. has been created solely by the effects of McDonaldizationb. reflects primarily a two-tier labor force, one relatively secure and well-paid and the other relegated to low-wage service workc. represents a sharp break between those who have attended college and those who have not.d. offers upward social mobility for entry level service jobs. 27. In the book “McDonaldization of Society”, Ritzer relates McDonaldization’s mass production of hamburgers to the Holocaust’smass extermination of the Jewish population under Nazi occupied Europe. How are the two related?a. it is a gross mistake to make that connectionb. Both use systematic assembly line processes to effectively and efficiently achieve certain objectives c. The means always justify the endsd. Both activities prove to be profitable for McDonald’s corporation as well as the Nazis regime28. What are we to learn from Hochschild’s work “Strangers in their Own Land”?a. We may disagree with those whom we view as different from us, but we can try to be open in our feelings–to empathize with conservative people of Louisiana as fellow human beingsb. we can only conclude that those people who voted for Trump are idiotsc. the older population were more conservative than the younger folksd. Hochschild’s observations were tainted by her friendships with her subjects Required Essays: To get full credit number each essay and identify each part of the essay such as (a) or (b). These are to be written as answers to essay questions. For any quote, identify its source, and put it in your own words in explaining it.1. Wallerstein’s World Systems theory is one model in describing the globalized world. How applicable is it in describing globalization now in 2019? 2. Various forms of inequality are found more or less in all societies with respect to wealth, power, and social status. What can be done in a democracy to foster greater political and economic equality? Must there be such gaps between the very rich and the very poor? 3. There are two important historical periods in the United States in the 20th century: 1945-1973 and post l973 through today. Describe those two periods to understand the American job market now. What are the key factors to differentiate those two periods?4. Domhoff and others have demonstrated the superiority of the elite model over the pluralist model as to the concentration of political power in America. Present their argument. Do you see any flaws in their position?5. (a) explain concisely what did you learn about the topic( low-wage service workers)[1] you didn’t know before (b) in conducting this research what did you learn about research methods that will improve your conducting future research studies in sociology or in other fields of interest?6.As described by the instructor, science and technology represent a rational world view of our age. (a)With the serious problems of poverty, war and climate change occurring globally, why would you describe the growth of science and technology as a double-edged sword in terms of the precarious and yet hopeful future of humankind? (b) what are the arguments for and against the continuation of global capitalism for the future of mankind? [1]

1. Developing a sociological imaginationa. turns a sociologist into a revolutionaryb. enhances

1. Developing a sociological imaginationa. turns a sociologist into a revolutionaryb. enhances our understanding of advanced statistics c. reveals that history often repeats itselfd. offers a broader picture of the economic and political forces of society past and present that impinge on each person’s life2. According to Stiglitz and other social scientists, reducing inequality can be accomplished bya. increasing the strongly enforced income tax on corporations and rich persons who pay little or no taxes by evasions and loopholesb. providing a strong social safety net for the disadvantaged populationc. expanding educational and employment opportunity for youth d. all of the above3. According to Dr. Franke, a just societya. guarantees total equalityb. assures male dominance according to evolutionary theoryc. protects at the very least the civil liberties of all citizensd. eliminates capitalism4. The distinction between a micro-level of analysis and a macro-level of analysisa. is a matter of opinionb. is based on whether we employ conflict theory or functionalism c. is based on whether we are studying small-group interaction or studying larger structures such as society itselfd. none of the above5. The modern welfare state among Western democracies can be identified as one whicha. puts most of its domestic budgetary resources into the benefit of the poorb. possesses an activist government to regulate the economyc. is dedicated to invest in the well-being of all its citizens in building social capital for the countryd. b and c6. What is special in America’s recent economic history of the period 1945-1973?a. the rise of the youth movement—make love not warb. the great expansion of manufacturing and the improvement of living standards for the working classc. the shift from manufacturing to servicesd. the high cost of imported oil7. Neoliberalism is a current favorite belief system of an economic elite. It is based upon the assumptiona. it is up to government to help the poorb. private enterprise is always more efficient and effective in providing services than government run onesc. government has no business interfering with the free marketd. b and c8. Symbolic Interaction theory emphasizesa. micro-level analysisb. individual perceptions and definitions of situationsc. a degree of unpredictability and spontaneous actionsd. all of the above9. Conflict theory has a general meaning and a specific Marxian meaning. a. clashes or struggles between groups possessing unequal power(general meaning)b. each individual pursuing the American Dreamc. struggles over class conflict in terms of economic groups with antagonistic interestsd. a and c10. Which answer below best describes Senator Bernie Sander’s view of socialisma. the future belongs to socialism not capitalismb. socialism in his speeches really represents a more generous form of government programs and a better social safety netc. Progress is inevitabled. converting profitable private property over to the workers for the common benefit of their communities11. The so called free marketa. increases freedom for all Americansb. is a myth in the face of corporate monopolies determining prices c. reduces inequalityd. none of the above12. Functionalism and conflict theorya. reject evolutionary theories of societyb. are macro-level theoriesc. are completely different having nothing in commond. evolved from the works of Durkheim13. The social order of any society has certain characteristics, one of which isa. a determination of a system of inequalityb. the provision of equality regardless of race, class or ethnicityc. the preference for male dominance according to evolutionary theoryd. none of the above14. Maintaining the social order and warding off extreme change like the overthrow of a government is dependent ona. compliance of the population to laws and customs due to willingness to conform as well as the fear of punishment of non-conformityb. the effectiveness of propaganda by those in powerc. the success of government to suppress social movements advocating changed. all the above15. The instructor explained that the relationship between the individual and society is complex. He meant that: a. complexity can only be understood under laboratory conditionsb. sociology must employ complex statistical methods to obtain reliable and valid datac. there are many intervening variables and conflicting forces between the two. d. each person is unique and has his or her own opinions and beliefs16. The pluralist model of political power is characterized bya. the ultimate battle between the Democrats and the Republicansb. a broad representation of different interest groups competing for elected government officec. the party that gets the most votes wins an electiond. third party candidates who compete for office17. C. Wright Mills and William Domhoffa. offer different examples of elite models of political powerb. both men are members of the Communist party and followers of Marxc. take into account the effects of religion on politics and the economyd. reject the existence of a military-industrial complex18. The de-industrialization of the American economya. resulted in the loss of millions of factory jobsb. created a condition of surplus labor doomed to join the ranks of low-wage service laborc. meant that blue-collar workers could no longer count on secure and well-paying jobsd. all the above19. Absolute scarcity of resources like food and clean water can result in mass hunger and starvation, or in the case of insufficient clean water serious epidemics. Artificial scarcity occursa. in places like North Korea where a dictator rulesb. in capitalist America where there is an abundance of everything but sufficient wages for many workers to be able to buy what they needc. countries with high inflationd. in economically undeveloped countries20. The instructor’s position on the introduction of new technology highlightsa. technological change being increasingly rapid and inevitable in its impact on societyb. automation and artificial intelligence will replace most human workersc. the impact of technological change actually depends on the presence or absence of government to intervene in behalf of public interestd. the desirability of cutting labor costs for American companies21. The concept of McDonaldization emanates from Ritzer’s research on the fast food industry. What is his main message?a. McDonaldization is a threat to Western civilizationb. McDonaldization as an economic process and philosophy permeates much of American society and has expanded in much of the world todayc. offers young entrepreneurs ways of competing with big corporationsd. relies on quality rather than quantity22. It is pretty clear from the study of the sociology of emotions thata. how one expresses one’s feelings to others is instinctiveb. emotions play an important part in the way we interact with othersc. women are more emotional than mend. as Max Weber uttered: all the world is a stage and all of us are actors23. Globalization studies cover many aspects of the nations of the world in their interaction and integration. One big idea stands out:a. the processes of globalization are upon us whether we like it or notb. the market forces of capitalism solves the problem of world povertyc. globalization as of 2019 has little to no connection to the pastd. America can expect to be the sole global superpower for the next 1000 years 24.Instrumental rationality is associated with what process?a. the organization of social movementsb. McDonaldizationc. maintaining the social orderd. the construction of ideal types25. Which sociologist was concerned that the danger of the iron cage of rationality would destroy human spontaneous emotionsand increase disillusionment with the world?a. Karl Marxb. Emil Durkheimc. Max Weberd. C. Wright Mills26. According to the instructor, the split labor force in America todaya. has been created solely by the effects of McDonaldizationb. reflects primarily a two-tier labor force, one relatively secure and well-paid and the other relegated to low-wage service workc. represents a sharp break between those who have attended college and those who have not.d. offers upward social mobility for entry level service jobs. 27. In the book “McDonaldization of Society”, Ritzer relates McDonaldization’s mass production of hamburgers to the Holocaust’smass extermination of the Jewish population under Nazi occupied Europe. How are the two related?a. it is a gross mistake to make that connectionb. Both use systematic assembly line processes to effectively and efficiently achieve certain objectives c. The means always justify the endsd. Both activities prove to be profitable for McDonald’s corporation as well as the Nazis regime28. What are we to learn from Hochschild’s work “Strangers in their Own Land”?a. We may disagree with those whom we view as different from us, but we can try to be open in our feelings–to empathize with conservative people of Louisiana as fellow human beingsb. we can only conclude that those people who voted for Trump are idiotsc. the older population were more conservative than the younger folksd. Hochschild’s observations were tainted by her friendships with her subjects Required Essays: To get full credit number each essay and identify each part of the essay such as (a) or (b). These are to be written as answers to essay questions. For any quote, identify its source, and put it in your own words in explaining it.1. Wallerstein’s World Systems theory is one model in describing the globalized world. How applicable is it in describing globalization now in 2019? 2. Various forms of inequality are found more or less in all societies with respect to wealth, power, and social status. What can be done in a democracy to foster greater political and economic equality? Must there be such gaps between the very rich and the very poor? 3. There are two important historical periods in the United States in the 20th century: 1945-1973 and post l973 through today. Describe those two periods to understand the American job market now. What are the key factors to differentiate those two periods?4. Domhoff and others have demonstrated the superiority of the elite model over the pluralist model as to the concentration of political power in America. Present their argument. Do you see any flaws in their position?5. (a) explain concisely what did you learn about the topic( low-wage service workers)[1] you didn’t know before (b) in conducting this research what did you learn about research methods that will improve your conducting future research studies in sociology or in other fields of interest?6.As described by the instructor, science and technology represent a rational world view of our age. (a)With the serious problems of poverty, war and climate change occurring globally, why would you describe the growth of science and technology as a double-edged sword in terms of the precarious and yet hopeful future of humankind? (b) what are the arguments for and against the continuation of global capitalism for the future of mankind? [1]

Select individuals who vary in interesting ways that may be relevant for

Select individuals who vary in interesting ways that may be relevant for understanding the factors that motivate people – for example, people at different organizational levels, career stages, job roles, sex, marital and parental status. Good variation in your sample makes it easier to identify differences among participants, and also highlights the contours of the performance management system (e.g., maybe it works we ll for senior level employees who get bonuses, but not for lower level employees who don’t).Purpose: This assignment will give students insight about what motivates employees to work, and why motivation differs based on job and personal factors. Applying motivation models can guide manager’s interventions to improve employee motivation. This knowledge will increase student’s awareness of employee attitudes and behaviors associated with motivation, and frameworks for more motivating work arrangements. Such insights can be helpful for understanding job performance – one’s own, co-workers, and subordinates. It is especially beneficial for managers to recognize and understand the dynamics of motivation.SkillsKnowledgeThis assignment will also help you become familiar with important management knowledge, such as: TaskSuggestionsCriteria for SuccessSample motivation papers are available on Canvas. CriteriaEvaluationPointsData collection and variationInterviewed 3 employees of the same organization, with adequate variation among employees in age, sex, family/marital status, and rank.5Description and comparisonDescribes and compares employees, highlighting themes and relevant differences; demonstrates how differences in each person’s situation contributes to their motivational situation.15Performance management systemDescribes the organization’s performance management system (performance appraisal, bonuses, raises, formal and informal feedback)15OB concepts appliedStudent accurately applies at least three concepts and/or models (e.g., motivation, satisfaction, commitment)15Professional writing qualityStudent demonstrates professional writing skills, including typos, grammar, formatting, and flow.10

the article choose two question to discussion

Reminders:1.According to Mantsios, how does the media make us think about or feel about the poor? What strategies do they use to do this? How does the media make people feel about the wealthy?2.What is Hegemony? In what ways does the media create hegemony? (Provide some examples from the text)3.What is code-switching? Do you code switch in your everyday life from one context to another? If so, describe/explain. Where you aware of doing this prior to learning about this concept?In this article, Gloria Anzaldua discusses the social consequences of language. She argues that language can be a tool for resisting oppression for some groups, or can also be a tool for marginalizing and oppressing certain groups. Choose a quotation that speaks to one of these ideas. How does your quote illustrate the power of language? Then, explain how your chosen quotation might relate to your own life or your own experience.

Watch the provided Video: The Burning Times. It’s approximately 56 minutes long,

Watch the provided Video: The Burning Times. It’s approximately 56 minutes long, but I want you to start it at 23 minutes in. (of course you are welcome to watch the whole thing if you wish)number all questions

Reflective paper is based on “The Deadly Deception” video and you will

Reflective paper is based on “The Deadly Deception” video and you will answer the following questions : 1. Why are informed consent forms necessary when conducting a research study?2. Discuss the importance of ethics in social work, How do ethical considerations affect social work research?3.Discuss the dangers of conducting a research study in an unethical manner. Make sure it is social work related responses. Here’s the link for the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNa8CnC4sSU

Choose two reference groups you identify with. Explain how you use these

Choose two reference groups you identify with. Explain how you use these groups to help define your own beliefs, attitudes, values, or to guide your behavior.Just 2 paragraphs Thank you!

about three pages long you select any three passages from the file

about three pages long you select any three passages from the file I upload.Purpose: you will select, cite, summarize and explain three key passages from the readingsr. This exam gives you an opportunity to practice reading for argument with attention to both form and content. And, it will help you identify your core interests in the material as you work towards the final project in the second half of the semester. We encourage you to select passages that you find interesting, inspiring, problematic or difficult, as these will help you identify what are the core questions for you in the analysis of the intersection between media studies and disability studies.Procedure: Your exegesis should be about a paragraph, at the most a (double-spaced) page. you need to include the original passages. So the format should be: passage A, analysis for passage A, passage B, analysis for passage B, passage C, analysis for passage C. You don’t need to make your analysis flow as though this was an essay (but the connections you make between the passages are all good and it’s totally fine to do that in each individual response).Evaluation: Responses will be evaluated on the nuance of the formal and thematic analysis, the relevance and sophistication of the articulation to core concepts, and the economy and style of the summary.