Gender And Gender Roles

Gender And Gender Roles

For this Journal, you consider how messages you have received regarding gender and gender roles have influenced you and may influence you as a social worker.

To Prepare

  • Critically reflect on your socialization into your culture and the messages you received in early life about gender and gender roles.


Submit a 1- to 2-page written journal or 4- to 5-minute video or audio journal in which you reflect on the messages you have received from your family or cultural group, the media, and others regarding gender and gender roles. Be sure to:
• Analyze how these messages have influenced your experience with gender and how they may influence you as a practitioner.
• Explain how you would address issues related to sexism and diverse beliefs about gender and gender roles in your social work practice.
• Explain the importance of separating personal and professional values. Provide an example to illustrate this importance.
If you integrate the Learning Resources, make sure to provide APA citations and a reference list.


ways that scientific findings can complement Scripture

So far, we have discussed the ways that scientific findings can complement Scripture, check our interpretation of Scripture, and provide reliable frameworks for understanding much of the world around us. However, some argue that science has limitations, particularly in the areas of ethics and morality. For example, science can tell us how atom bombs are made, but it cannot tell us whether atom bombs should be made. Meanwhile, there are others who argue that science can answer moral questions. For example, neuroscientist and philosopher Sam Harris argues that science should be an authority on moral issues because it can tell us about the conditions that promote human well-being.


Please watch Dr. Harris’ (2010) TED talk (or read the attached transcript) on this topic.

Dr. Harris’ provides several examples of situations where, in his opinion, science provides a better roadmap for morality than does religion.

  • Do you think that his examples are valid? Why or why not?
  • How can science be a valuable tool in guiding our ethical and moral decision-making?
  • Even if we accept Dr. Harris’ arguments, what questions or limitations remain?


NAEYC Self-Assessment


NAEYC Self-Assessment Teaching Staff Survey

• Describe the major findings that you analyzed, including the stakeholders for whom the data were obtained and/or focused.
• Using the information garnered from your evaluation and evaluations 6 and 7:
o Describe what you perceive to be program strengths.
o Describe what you perceive to be opportunities for improvement.
o Explain how effective the might program be and why.
Support your analysis with specific references to evaluation data and the evaluation’s scoring and/or rating scale.
Note what you have learned and/or any insights you have gained as a result of the comments your colleagues made and the connections you have made with the Learning Resources.
Revisit this Discussion Board throughout Week 6 to explore and discuss analyses shared by group members. Respond to all group members. Post ways colleagues’ posts contributed to your learning.
Note: Coming up — Interviews with an early childhood program director and a stakeholder from the same organization that went through an accreditation process. This assignment will not be revised or substituted with a video.
Wishing you a good week! Group Discussion: Step 3: Aggregate the Data
The ability to become a data consumer is an art form which transcends professions. A vital aptitude in today’s information age, Google’s Chief Economist Dr. Hal R. Varian commented, “The ability to take data—to be able to understand it, to process it, to extract value from it, to visualize it, to communicate it—that’s going to be a hugely important skill in the next decades” (Dykes, 2016).
Step 3 of your Project further develops your ability to understand, process, and extract value from data. Also known as data aggregation, this step prompts you to pull together major findings and data points from multiple evaluation sources and culminate them into one complete programmatic story. This aggregate story will become your program’s source of truth, guiding initiatives, interventions, and teacher/family relationships.
In this Group Discussion Board, you and your group members aggregate the data from Connor Street’s evaluations. You look for comparisons, trends, and causal relationships to draw conclusions about the program’s strengths and opportunities for improvement. You also consider how stakeholders might perceive this information.
Reference: Dykes, B. (2016, March 31). Data storytelling: The essential data science skill everyone needs. Forbes.
To prepare
Examine the “Measuring What Matters” article, which details Step 3: Aggregating Data. Then, revisit the Week 5 and 6 Group Discussion Board in which each group member detailed his or her initial analysis. As you review each analysis, reflect on the key findings and insights that are both similar to and different from your own ideas.
By Day 5 of Week 7
Review the findings of your colleagues and address the following prompts:
1. Explain comparisons and trends that might exist among the key findings.
2. Explain which key findings might be in contrast with each other and why.
3. Explain how and/or why one key finding might be impacting (either positively or negatively) the successfulness of another data set.
4. Explain what might be the greatest strength of the program, as well as what might be the most important area for which the program needs to improve and why.
5. Explain how these major findings might be perceived across stakeholder groups and why.
Revisit this Discussion Board throughout Week 7 to collaborate with colleagues by responding to their posts. Work with colleagues to synthesizing the groups insights into one cohesive evaluation. which details the quality and effectiveness of the program. Note what you have learned and/or any insights you have gained as a result of the comments your colleagues made and the connections you have made with the Learning Resources.
Support your comments with in-text citations and references following the APA style guide.
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appraisal process

Relationship Of Appraisals And Performance Management


Globe Life Insurance

Globe Life Insurance

Short answer :

Please review key terms and answer question 1 at the end of chapter 13, question 2 at the end of chapter 14 and question 7 at the end of chapter 15. Please cite to specific e-text pages where you found support for your answers.

LW discussion:

Please discuss the following case study: Globe Life Insurance Company has undertaken a new sales program that targets neighborhoods in Los Angeles where drive-by shootings were a nightly occurrence. Two such shootings occurred in which children were killed as they sat in their living rooms. Globe salespeople were instructed to “hit” the houses surrounding those where children were victims. They were also told to contact the parents of those children to sell policies for their other children. TomRaskin , an experienced Globe salesman, read of a drive-by shooting at Nancy Leonard’s home, in which Leonard’s 5-year-old son was killed. The Los Angeles Times reported that Leonard was a single parent with four other children. Raskin traveled to Leonard’s home and described the benefits of a Globe policy for her other children. He offered her the $10,000 term life policy for each of the children for a total cost of $21 per month. Leonard was in the process of making funeral arrangements for her son, and Raskin noted, “See how much it costs for a funeral.”

Leonard had been given several tranquilizers the night before by a physician at the hospital’s emergency room. The physician had also given her 15 more tranquilizers to help her through the following week. She had taken one additional tranquilizer an hour before Raskin arrived, using a Coors Lite beer to take the pill. Leonard signed the contract for the policy. After her son’s funeral, she received the first month’s bill for it and exclaimed, “I didn’t buy any life insurance! Where did this come from?”

Discuss whether Leonard had legal standing to sue Globe.

(1) Did she have to pay for the life insurance?

(2) Discuss the ethical issues involved in the Globe’s sales program.

(3) Discuss the legal issues involved in Raskin’s decision to target Leonard the day after her son’s death.

Fas discussion:

This week we are covering New Wave Couture: Alexander McQueen, John-Paul Gaultier and Chanel (Karl Lagerfeld).

Whose designs do you prefer and why. Explain your reasons in as much detail as possible.


Please include examples.
You may add links to images to highlight and substantiate points. If you upload images, the source link must be cited. An image is not to take up the whole screen as this distracts from the written content.

Polls issues

Polls issues

• You should use New Courier or Times New Roman, 12 point font, double-spacing, and one-inch margins on all four sides of the paper. The assignment is to be formatted according to the Modern Language Association (MLA) style which includes works cited page but does NOT include a title page. Students should research this style in order to properly format the assignment (see the Purdue Online Writing Lab).
• All writing assignments will be analyzed using Safe Assign. Essays that contain plagiarized material will receive a significant reduction in points or a zero. Students may receive a failing grade in the course for submitting plagiarized material.


Do not cut and paste information from an online source or copy information directly from the textbook without using quotations and
citing the information.
• 750 words min
Submission Instructions:

Find three polls on the same issue (for example, the death penalty, marijuana legalization, same-sex marriage, or any other policy topic) from three different time periods (such as the 1990s, the 2000s, and the 2010s). The polls MUST be about policy issues (not about a politician, candidate, or election campaign). Compare the polls by type (internet, phone), sample size, and the wording of the questions. Have the attitudes reflected in the polls concerning that issue changed or stayed relatively the same? If the polls show that attitudes have changed, what are some of the reasons for that change? [Hint: Pew Research and Gallup are good sources for public opinion data on policy issues.]



Your assignment is to create a hierarchy of classes representing animals.

The root of the hierarchy should be a class named Animal (in file, described in more detail below.

There must be at least two subclasses of Animal (you are welcome to have more than two). If you have no other ideas, you may name the subclasses Pet ( and Marine Animal (, but you are welcome to choose different groups of animals.

Each of your subclasses of Animal must in turn have at least one subclass (it may have more). Each of these sub-sub-classes of Animal must represent a specific animal, such as dog, cat, green turtle, octopus, and so on. In total, you must have at least six of these classes, representing six different kinds of animals. Choose suitable names for each of these animal classes — the TA may award less than full credit if your names are not suitable, so if you choose an unusual animal, make sure an appropriate comment clearly explains why your choice is suitable. It is also your choice which of these animals belongs to which subclass of Animal, but again your score may depend on the appropriateness of your choices and/or on how well your comments explain your choices.

Your Animal class must have at least:

  • An instance variable to represent the animal’s current weight. You can choose the units (grams, kilograms, ounces, pounds, etc.). Your code must have a comment saying which units this variable represents.
  • Another instance variable to represent the animal’s weight when fully grown. This variable should use the same units as the previous variable.
  • Another instance variable to represent the animal’s current size. Again, you must both choose and document suitable units.
  • Another instance variable to represent the animal’s size when fully grown. This variable should use the same units as the previous variable.
  • A constructor that takes as parameters the initial values of all four instance variables, and initializes them accordingly.
  • A method eat that eats a certain amount of food, and increases the animal’s weight by 1% of the amount of food (but without ever exceeding the animal’s fully-grown weight), and similarly increases the animal’s size by exactly 1%, again never exceeding the animal’s fully grow size.
  • Accessor methods for each of the animal’s weight and size.

For your immediate subclasses of Animal, you should choose which instance variables (if any) and methods they provide. The same is true for the individual animal classes. The only requirement is that each of these classes must have at least one new instance method not present in any of its super classes. Again, choose suitable methods. For example, a Pet usually has a name, and a Marine Animal may or may not breathe air.

As well as its own unique method, each animal or group of animals may override one or more methods from its superclass(es). This is up to you.

You must also create a Test Animals class with a main method that does all of the following:

  • Create at least two animal objects of each class of each specific animal. Since you are required to create at least six specific animal classes, the test program will have at least twelve animal objects. Animals should be created with a reasonable minimum size and weight.
  • Feed each of the animals at least until it is fully grown. Once the animal is fully grown both in weight and in size, print the animal’s name and how many feedings it took for it to grow to full size and weight.
  • Call at least once each of the methods specific to each of the animal classes.
  • Call at least once each of the methods specific to each of the classes representing groups of animals.


Please attach the requested programs below as your assignment submission.

The code in your Test Animals class need not be all in the main method, and in fact you are encouraged to create and use multiple methods within this class.

U-S tobacco development

U-S tobacco development

1) . The sale of cigarettes in many developed countries either has peaked or is declining. However, the developing markets represent major growth markets. Should U.S. tobacco companies capitalize on this opportunity?

2). Abercrombie & Fitch has been criticized for advertising explicit sex in their clothing catalogs which are targeted at teenagers. But teens are also influenced by advertisements online and through social media. Where do you think companies should “draw the line” with questionable advertising when it comes to targeting teenagers?


You need to locate an article to support your opinion. Please indicate the title of the article, date published, the title of the article, and publication. Place this information at the bottom of your forum posting.



Locate three academic articles from a professional, peer-reviewed journal describing qualitative research studies related to the topic of leading teams or creating effective teamwork within organizations. Be sure to completely answer all questions in each bullet point. Separate each section in your paper with a clear heading that allows your professor to know which bullet you are addressing in that section of your work. it should be 2250-2500 words and should include proper citations for the articles being reviewed. Make sure to reference citations using the APA for each article. Include a cover page and a reference page.

Summarize each peer-reviewed article by addressing the following points. Repeat this sequence for each article.
Describe the qualitative articles you have selected including the supporting information about teamwork.
Using your current understanding of scholarly support, how does each author present a well-developed professional and scholarly article?
Were the stated facts for each article current and reflective of the most recent knowledge in the area of teamwork?
In each article, does the author adequately cover teamwork both organizationally and globally and did the author come to a conclusion of stated findings?
What did you learn about leading teams or creating effective teamwork from each article that will help you as a leader or a future leader?


Compare and contrast each study and explain the similarities and differences
Length: 2250-2500 words

Structure: Create your submission and be sure to cite your sources, use APA style as required, check your spelling.

References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include at least three (3) scholarly sources to support your claims.