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Choose a social movement, past or present, that interests you .

Choose a social movement, past or present, that interests you . For this activity, it may be a local, national, or global/transnational SM. Locate at least one media/online source (such as a news article or Wikipedia entry), that includes some information on how the movement emerged. In your response, briefly discuss how the categories of (1) common interests, (2) organizational and/or other resource infrastructures, and (3) collective identities can help u to better understand why and how this movement began. Please provide in-text citations (in parentheses) for specific info or quotations, and a full MLA-style bibliographic entry for your media/online source(s) (this is not needed for course sources). Papers should be 450-500 words, excluding bibliographic entries.

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In your groups or teams, have you experienced the robust average?

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Answer:
Do you agree that talking with others in small group improve will improve decision making? Why or why not?
What social or political issues do you believe should be explored through group or team conversation?
Have you had the experience of having to negotiate your moral standards in a group or team? What was your experience?
In your groups or teams, have you experienced the robust average?
Describe your experience.
The speaker says that diversity and deliberation are strong influences on group decision making?
Thinking of your group and team interactions, how does the speaker’s conclusion fit with your group and team experiences?

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Would non-group members be able to participate and/or recognize any traditions or practices of your culture?

Describe one cultural group (subculture) you are part of; what behaviors, language, practices, norms, symbols, rituals/routines, etc are a part of your group? Would non-group members be able to participate and/or recognize any traditions or practices of your culture? How have you been socializated into this culture?
“I dont need a sources but I just put 2” and I upload one sample for this paper.
you can ask me if you have a question

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Students will choose a city they would like to move to and research whether in fact it would be a smart

Students will be responsible for a project “Smart Moves.” Students will choose a
city they would like
to move to and research whether in fact it would be a smart
move and for whom (what specific population is this city good for). Consider
areas of report such as theoretical explanation, location, history, crime, poverty
rate, economics, diversity, educational systems, employment, recreation and
tourism, opportunities for success, etc.
City : Forks , Washington

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• what should participants know about cultural awareness?

Using and citing this week’s course materials please create a presentation using PPT, Prezi, PDF, or a video that answers the following questions as if you were conducting an RJ training as a restorative justice facilitator.
• What are Restorative justice principles and values?
• Who are the participants in a restorative justice process?
o What is the role of community and support people in various restorative justice processes
• What are the victim’s resources, and rights
• What is trauma-informed care, crisis management, and skill development
• What are the offender’s resources, and rights
• What should participants know about cultural awareness?
• What are some examples of written agreements that the participants should know about?
• What will you do to evaluate the process with participants?
o What are the ethical standards and confidentiality guidelines that the participants should know about?

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Discuss three reasons why one might research their family history and how those reasons connect to the person.

Discuss three reasons why one might research their family history and how those reasons connect to the person. Are they first generation? Keepers of family history? The family elder? Looking for connections to chosen professions or locales?
Dig deep and consider all of the possibilities.
At least 500 words.
MLA formatted works cited page

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(6) the use of 5 or more words from a source requires quotations and a citation or else it is plagiarism; (7) use of table of contents, point headings, and sub-headings are optional.

Topic: Discuss the main explanations for why youths take drugs.
(4) Proper Citations – American Psychological Association (APA) 6th Edition a. Include bibliography
(5) Any quotations need a citation or else it is plagiarism;
(6) The use of 5 or more words from a source requires quotations and a citation or else it is plagiarism; (7) Use of table of contents, point headings, and sub-headings are optional.
(8) WIKIPEDIA is NOT a proper source.

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When asked about “community” for the purpose of this course, use jackson, ms.

When asked about “community” for the purpose of this course, use Jackson, MS.
Discuss how Lynch’s five image elements apply to your community. What unwritten behavior codes as a pedestrian
or driver have you encountered in the city? How would you characterize the “personalities” of your nearby cities?

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How can we develop strategies to ensure that religions and their accompanying traditions are respected and preserved while recognizing our commonalities?

In our diverse society, how do we honor the religious traditions of so many varied groups without inadvertently disadvantaging anyone in your workplace and/or in the healthcare profession?
How can we develop strategies to ensure that religions and their accompanying traditions are respected and preserved while recognizing our commonalities?

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Discuss why this topic is significant.

Objective: As a part of the requirements for this course, students will complete a research project that will demonstrate the core objectives of critical thinking skills, communication skills, social responsibility, and personal responsibility skills.
The Final Project is a PowerPoint designed to:
Provide an opportunity to further explore a sociological topic, social problem, or theory that you find especially interesting.
Provide reinforcement and elaboration of textual material related to this sociological topic, social problem, or theory that you find especially interesting.
Provide an opportunity to review other research and findings of this sociological topic, social problem, or theory that you find especially interesting.
Extend critical thinking, social responsibility skills, personal responsibility skills, and communication skills.
– Guidelines
Create a PowerPoint from researching scholarly articles about a sociological topic, social problem, or theory that you find especially interesting.
Organization: The slides need to be clearly organized from an introduction to the conclusion. The content needs to be well written with little to no errors. The last slide will be a reference slide that will list all citations in APA format.
The Introduction slide/slides will identify the topic that is being analyzed. The topic needs to be described comprehensively, delivering all relevant information necessary for full understanding.
The Body Slides need to examine the empirical evidence related to the topic being explored. The following topics must be addressed:
Definition: Define the topic (Ex. If you are researching poverty, define the term poverty and other important terms associated with your research).
Significance: Provide a statement of how this topic is significant to society (Ex. Provide statistics on your topic and use visuals).
Social Responsibility: This section needs to address and articulate cultural insights and awareness with the topic researched. State the cultural understanding of the topic or differences that occur among cultures. State the significance of education and awareness of this topic among all cultural groups.
Personal Responsibility: Discuss ethical decision-making surrounding this topic. Discuss the connection of choices, actions, and consequences regarding this topic. (Ex. Discuss an ethical issue around your topic, then state a position, and offer a solution using sociological perspectives/concepts related to this topic.)
Functionalism: Provide a statement on this topic using the sociological perspective of functionalism.
Symbolic Interactionism: Provide a statement on this topic using the sociological perspective of symbolic interactionism.
Conflict Theory: Provide a statement on this topic using the sociological perspective of the conflict theory.
The conclusion slide/slides will summarize the main points of the analysis and will reflect final findings.
The PowerPoint project should be a minimum of 15 slides in length (1 title slide, 13 information/content slides, and 1 References slide).
Use quotation marks when quoting and cite appropriately with in-text citation when quoting or paraphrasing. APA 7th ed. writing style should be used when citing references in context.
2 empirical references (minimum) in addition to your textbook are to be used, therefore, a minimum total of 3 references. For the references slide, APA 7th Ed. writing style should also be used.
Final Project Topic
Use the template below and respond to each prompt. Use a word-processing software (i.e. Word) to complete this assignment.
Template:
1. State your topic.
2. Discuss why this topic is significant.
3. Provide 1 academic article citation that you plan to use for your research. This citation should be in APA format.
4. Provide a short summary of your article (1 – 2 Paragraphs).
Submission Instructions:
Complete your assignment using word-processing software such as MS Word 365 (download free software at https://products.office.com/en-us/student?ms.officeurl=getoffice365), LibreOffice (download free software at https://www.libreoffice.org/download), or other per course requirements. Save your file as an .rtf file or .doc to ensure that it can be opened at any computer.
Submit your assignment by selecting the title link, browsing to, and attaching your saved file. Make sure to select SUBMIT. You may view your posting both on this page and under My Grades (available under Tools).