SWPS DB. Week 9

“Everyone is Still on Welfare” by Abramovitz

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Case Study in Critical Thinking:

The Late Paper

Adapted from On Course (p. 40), by Skip Downing, 2014, Boston: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

Professor Mason announced in her syllabus for online Visual Communication 101 that final 

projects had to be posted to BlackBoard Learn by noon on December 10th

. No students, she emphasized, 

would pass the course without a completed project turned in on time. As the semester drew to a close, 

Kim had an “A” average in Professor Mason’s VC 101 class, and she began researching her project topic 

with excitement.

Arnold, Kim’s husband, felt threatened that he had only a high school diploma while his wife 

was getting close to her college degree. Tyler worked the evening shift at a bakery, and his coworker

Phillip began teasing that Kim would soon dump Arnold for a college guy. That’s when Arnold started 

accusing Kim of having an affair and demanding she drop out of college. She told Arnold he was being 

ridiculous. In fact, she said, a young man in her history class had asked her out, but she refused. Instead of 

feeling better, Arnold became even angrier. With Phillip continuing to provoke him, Arnold became sure 

Kim was having an affair, and he began telling her every day that she was stupid and would never get her 

degree.

Despite the tension at home, Kim finished her visual communication project the day before it was 

due. Since Arnold had hidden the laptop and Professor Mason refused to accept late projects, Kim 

decided to take the bus to the university and turn in the project a day early, in person. While she was 

waiting for the bus, Cindy, one of Kim’s visual communication study group members, drove up and 

invited Kim to join her and some other students for an end-of-the-semester celebration. Kim told Cindy 

that she was on her way to turn in her project, and Cindy promised she’d make sure Kim got it in on time. 

“I deserve some fun,” Kim decided and hopped into the car. The celebration went long into the night. 

Kim kept asking Cindy to take her home, but Cindy always replied, “Don’t be such a loser. Have another 

drink.” When Cindy finally took Kim home, it was 4:30 in the morning. She sighed with relief when she 

found that Arnold had already fallen asleep.

When Kim woke up, it was 11:30 a.m., just 30 minutes before her project was due. She could 

make it to the university in time by car, so she shook Arnold and begged him to drive her. He just 

snapped, “Oh sure, you stay out all night with your college friends. Then, I’m supposed to get up on my 

day off and drive you all over town. Forget it.” “At least give me the keys,” she said, but Arnold merely 

rolled over and went back to sleep. Panicked, Kim called Professor Mason’s office and told Mary, the 

administrative assistant, that she was having internet issues and couldn’t connect to BbLearn. “Don’t 

worry,” Mary assured Kim, “I’m sure Professor Mason won’t care if your project is a little late. Just be 

sure to have it here before she leaves at 1:00.” relived, Kim decided not to wake Arnold again; instead, 

she took the bus.

At 12:15, Kim walked into Professor Mason’s office with her project. Professor Mason said, 

“Sorry, Kim, you’re 15 minutes late.” She refused to accept Kim’s project and gave Kim an “F” for the 

course. 

Listed below are characters in this story. Rank them in order of their responsibility for 

Kim’s failing grade in Visual Communication 101. Give a different score to each character. 

Be prepared to explain your choices. 1=Most Responsible; 6=Least Responsible

__ Professor Mason, the instructor __ Phillip, the coworker

__ Kim, the student __ Cindy, Kim’s classmate

__ Arnold, the husband __ Mary, the administrative assistant

 DIVING DEEPER Is there someone not mentioned in the story who may also bear

 Discuss in detail 2 Critical Thinking strategies you have learned from the chapter and the videos that you will work on continuing to develop.    

Provide at least 2 personal illustrations of youre using these strategies.   

 

2. After reading Kim’s late paper who did you decide was most responsible for Kim’s failing grade? Please post and justify using a strong critical thinking argument for this choice.  Explain in detail. 

minimum of 250 words (2 detailed paragraphs. Each of your paragraphs must consist of at least 8-10 complete sentences

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BSA 375 Week 3 Supporting Activity Website Critique

BSA 375 Week 3 Supporting Activity Website Critique

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BUS 600 week 5 Assignment

  

Week 5 – Assignment 

The Impact of Workplace Bullying

Review the Wiedmer article regarding workplace bullying.

Develop a two- to three-page APA- formatted paper that responds to the following:

· Provide a review of the article. Describe the impact of workplace bullying on both the victims and the organization.

· Reflect on a time when you may have witnessed workplace bullying. Discuss at least two practices of workplace bullying addressed in the article that were applicable to your scenario.

· Recommend at least two techniques from the article that management should implement to provide a positive impact on workplace bullying. Support your response with additional information from the textbook or additional research.

Your paper must be two to three pages (not including title and reference pages) and must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide. You must cite two scholarly sources in addition to the textbook.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

          

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COM 340 week 4 assignment

  

Ashford 5: – Week 4 – Assignment

Process/Mechanism Description

For this assignment, select a simple process you routinely perform or a common household or office object as the topic for your process/mechanism description. Some examples of common processes are brushing your teeth, combing or brushing your hair, tying your shoes, eating breakfast, etc. Some common household or office objects for a mechanism description are flashlights, nail clippers, retractable ballpoint pens, scissors, staplers, or any other simple mechanisms. 

Before writing your process or mechanism description, complete an audience and use profile (p. 35 of the text.) 

Write a one-page, single-spaced, objective description of the process or mechanism you have selected. Incorporate the elements of a usable description and a logical descriptive sequence, as shown in Chapter 19 of the text. NOTE: You do not have to include a visual in your assignment; however, you may do so if you wish. If you include a visual, be sure it meets the requirements for an effective visual you studied in Chapter 12. Make sure your process/mechanism description includes a brief introduction, body, and conclusion. 

Submit your process/mechanism description with a properly prepared APA title page and a reference page (if required). 

Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

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HHS 497 Health & Human Services Capstone Wk1-D2

 Cost of Health Care    

Read: Prior to beginning this discussion, read Chapter 1 and Chapter 3 of your textbook along with the article “Mental  health clinician attitudes to the provision of preventive care for  chronic disease risk behaviours and association with care provision.”

Reflect: Health Care Reform has, for a long time,  been a hot topic. Costs of Medicare, loss of jobs, increased costs of  doing business, are all part of the problem/need. Consider the two  citations below:

We have invented more health care than we can afford to deliver….We  already ration. The United States denies more health care to more people  than any other developed country in the world. We did that by leaving  50 million people out of the system (before the Affordable Care Act).

[For example] I don’t believe you should give any extensive  operations to anybody over 85. You should make sure that they’re clean,  they’re loved, they’re comfortable, they’re pain-free, but we shouldn’t  be doing high-technology medicine on people over 85. (Lamm, 2015)

A rising proportion of medical expenditure is now devoted to  prolonging the lives of the very old and the terminally ill. The costs  of this are potentially unlimited.
 

We should pause to ask  ourselves the questions raised by the surgeon Atul Gawande in his book,  Being Mortal. Perhaps the greatest challenges in modern healthcare are  not those of meeting the spiraling cost of advanced medical  technologies. They lie in accepting that we are all going to die, and  learning to do so with dignity.

Efforts at cost containment and the rationing of medical services are  impinging deeply on the elderly and placing physicians in roles that  may interfere with the covenant of faithfulness that exists between  physician and patient. Physicians must examine negative societal images  that may influence the care of the elderly and hold firm to the  commitment to respond to the needs, values, and best interests of the  elderly in the face of changing health care policies and constraints of  one kind or another. Further, a major ethical imperative for physicians  relates to making themselves available for the treatment of the elderly  in the context of an appreciation of these patients’ tasks in the final  stage of development.

Write: As an assistant in arranging discharge  planning with a social worker and a multi-disciplinary team,  you are  asked for your professional input as an elderly woman living alone is  being discharged to a long term facility. A high risk procedure and  expensive procedure is being suggested for this 87 year old woman. The  issue of cost for such procedures for the elderly has surfaced among the  team. The team is discussing the decision of the procedure and social  services is consulted for a full consideration of the patient in her  context.

Utilizing what you have learned in the program and including extra resources, address the following: Evaluate the value assumptions that influence your recommendation. Describe how you would respond to these values as you self-reflect. Describe how much cost of the procedure would influence your recommendation. Should you consider what your client wants? How does this weight against professional values and opinions? Explain your recommendations to the team.

Guided Response: In responding to your classmates,  are you in agreement with the values they proposed? What input would you  give to the treatment team based on their recommendations? Would you  suggest a different perspective? If so, describe your perspective and  why you would suggest this as a fellow team member. 

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SOC 402 week 1 Discussion 2

  

organizations to understand more about the social problems that can occur within society related to organizations (e.g., globalization, environmental issues, etc.). Analyzing data also helps sociologists understand how social problems can occur within organizations in relation to specific groups (e.g., women, older workers, etc.). Gathering and analyzing data to understand these workplace issues is not only the job of sociologists as part of research projects, but also the job of human resources (HR) practitioners within organizations. Human resource practitioners often perform research about their workforce to understand how workers feel about their environment or their experiences of work. 

To help you answer the questions below, please read the article “Becoming an Evidence-Based HR Practitioner (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.” and watch the video, HR meets Science at Google with Prasad Setty. (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Answer the following: How does using data-based evidence help HR      practitioners in organizational decision making? In the video, Prasad Setty presents the ways Google has      used varied forms of research for evidence based decision making. Based on      the video, what types of research have they used and for what types of      issues? The article and text you read this week present examples      of research methods. Sometimes HR wants to understand the experiences of      specific groups in their work force.  If you were an HR practitioner      and wanted to understand the experiences of the older workers (those aged      55 and older) in your organization, what research methods would you use to      do so? State the type of research method and explain why you have chosen      this method to understand your older workers.

Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by Day 7.

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For Essays Guru – Description of Dance Styles

Select two styles of dance, such as ballet, modern dance, or folk dance.

Describe each style of dance and include the following: History and development of the style Discussion of your understanding of the use of line, form, repetition, and rhythm in each piece Description of what the movements of both styles communicate to you in terms of mood Description of how artistic choice can affect the viewer in the selected style

2 pages not including title and reference pages

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