– The Intersection of Racism and Classism (discussion)

  Examine three to five historical events which shed light on the intersection of racism and classism in 20th and 21st century American life. Please offer three to five specific examples.

· Examine how these events have shaped your development within the race and class spectrums.

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  Bradley Family Episode 5 Program Transcript FEMALE SPEAKER: Sandy, listen. I wanted to follow up with you about something. Our client, Tiffany Bradley–SANDY: Uh-huh. FEMALE SPEAKER: Well, we’d like to use her photo in some of the materials that we’re putting together for our Teen First program, promoting who we are and the services we offer. She’d be great, don’t you think? [MUSIC PLAYING] SANDY: She’s trying to get on with her life. Having her picture used that way, she’d be like the poster child for human trafficking. We’d be making her a victim all over again. FEMALE SPEAKER: That’s a little over the top. Why don’t you ask her and get her opinion? Come on, don’t you think she should make up her own mind? It might make her feel empowered– show what a real survivor she is. SANDY: It feels too soon. I mean, she’s one phone call away from going back to her pimp. FEMALE SPEAKER: [SIGHS] Sandy, you cannot hold her hand forever. She should at least be given the chance to make up her own mind. SANDY: I really don’t want to do this. Besides, can you imagine what would happen if you put her on all your posters and she actually does go back to her old life on the streets? Teens First would look ridiculous 

When working with clients, it is important to  maintain professional boundaries to safeguard both you and your clients.  Legislation such as HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and  Accountability Act of 1996) and the National Association of Social  Workers Code of Ethics are specific in how you as a social worker should  protect client information and safeguard confidentiality. Responding  ethically in a professional situation may be clear in most situations,  but not necessarily in all situations. Even though you have  established laws and code of ethics to guide your decision-making  process, you may still face ethical conflicts.

For this Discussion, review the media of the Bradley case and consider how the case relates to social work professional ethics. 

Post the strategy you would use to address the Teen  First director’s request if you 

 were the social worker in the Bradley  case. Then, describe a hypothetical situation in which an organization’s  decision conflicts with your personal/professional ethics but remains  within the law. Explain how you would respond to this situation, and  why.

Support your post with specific references to the resources. Be sure to provide full APA citations for your references. do not us outside resources.

  Northouse, P. G. (2018). Introduction to leadership: Concepts and practice (4th ed.). Washington, DC: Sage.
Chapter 12, “Addressing Ethics in Leadership” (pp. 273-300)
 

Northouse, P. G. (2013). Leadership: Theory and practice (6th ed.). Los Angeles: Sage Publications.
 Reprinted by permission of Sage Publications via the Copyright Clearance Center.
Chapter 16, “Leadership Ethics” (pp. 423–449)

Stephenson, M. O., Jr. (2011). Considering the relationships among social conflict, social imaginaries, resilience, and community-based organization leadership. Ecology and Society, 16(1). Retrieved from http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol16/iss1/art34/

National Association of Social Workers. (2014). Code of ethics. Retrieved from http://www.socialworkers.org/pubs/code/default.asp

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Social Work DIscussion: Assessing Suicide Risk

 

As a social worker, you will likely at some point have a client with a positive suicide risk assessment. Many individuals with suicidal ideation also have a plan, and that plan may be imminent. Even when the risk is not urgent at a given moment, current research shows that most suicides occur within 3 months of the risk being assessed within a formal appointment. Ideation can quickly become a suicide.

For this Discussion, you view an initial suicide risk assessment. As you evaluate the social worker’s actions, imagine yourself in their place. What would you do, and why?

To prepare: Explore an evidence-based tool about suicide risk assessment and safety planning. See the Week 3 document Suggested Further Reading for SOCW 6090 (PDF) for a list of resources to review. Watch the “Suicide Assessment Interview” segment in the Sommers-Flanagan (2014) video to assess how it compares to your findings. Access the Walden Library to research scholarly resources related to suicide and Native American populations.

Post a response in which you address the following: Identify elements of Dr. Sommers-Flanagan’s suicide risk assessment. Describe any personal emotional responses you would have to Tommi’s revelations and reflect on reasons you might experience these emotions. Describe the elements of safety planning that you would put in place as Tommi’s social worker in the first week and in the first months. Identify a suicide risk assessment tool you would use at future sessions to identify changes in her risk level. Explain why you would use this tool. Explain any adjustments or enhancements that might be helpful given Tommi’s cultural background. Support your ideas with scholarly resources.

 http://www.psychotherapy.net.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/stream/waldenu/video?vid=276 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdmG739KFF8&feature=youtu.be 

 https://afsp.org/our-work/research/meet-the-researchers-an-introduction-to-the-latest-in-suicide-research/ 

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Graduate Level Case Study and Journal

Journal 

Discuss how you can apply the concepts learned in this course to your current or future career. How might the lessons you have learned positively impact your career success?  

Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.

 Unit VIII Reflection Paper

 In one of this unit’s case studies from your textbook, “Predicting Peril of the Peril of Prediction? Assessing the Risk of CBRN Terrorism,” Gregory Koblentz discusses three different schools of thought regarding the likelihood of a CBRN terrorist attack: optimism, pessimism, and pragmatism. He further asserts that heuristics and biases play a role in which school of thought a layperson or an expert might fall into. 

Which school of thought do you fall into? What heuristics and biases do you think have influenced your opinion? Is there anything that you found in this reading that has made you question or rethink your opinion? Would a quantitative risk assessment be helpful in determining the likelihood of a terrorist chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) attack in the United States?

 In this paper, consider the political, philosophical, and religious perspectives of the various actors in the war on terror and how they affect their perceptions of risk. Also, include a discussion of how future technologies may affect major casualties concerning current nonproliferation treaties and agreements and calculations, and document your reasoning. 

This reflection paper should be a minimum of two pages in length and is an opportunity for you to express your thoughts about the assignment. Reflection writing is a great way to study because it increases your ability to remember the course material.  

Format your reflection paper using APA style. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. 

***Three major schools of thought in the debate have emerged: the optimists, the pessimists, and the pragmatists. 

Week VIII study guide is attached for guidance. (class book) 

Howard, R. D., & Forest, J. (2013). Weapons of mass destruction and terrorism (2nd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill.  Need original and unplagiarized work, please do not accept if cannot return quality work. Please read assignment fully

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HEALTH

ASSIGNMENT  1

Many health care organizations use the local newspaper, billboards, and more traditional communication as a primary resource when doing a campaign. What other sources of communication could be used, and how would they benefit the organization? (2paragraphs detailed) include at least 1 reference

ASSIGNMENT 2 ,6 pages

You currently work as a coordinator for New City Home Care, a private home health company offering nursing care and therapy services to the elderly residents of a medium-sized Midwestern city with a population of about 55,000 people. The neighboring town, about 10 miles away, has a much smaller population, but as the population ages, this town is seeing an increase in retirees. You manager has decided that it would be beneficial to expand into this town by opening a satellite office. She is eager to be the first home health company to open a physical office in this new territory and has tasked you with developing a marketing plan. You have been asked to provide an executive summary to the management team of the marketing plan.

The summary needs to explain how the following will used in your team’s marketing plan:The company’s historical resident trends and current strategic planDemographic dataQuality standardsMarketplace analysis, including competitionModels and best practices for reaching the target audienceDeveloping recommendations to ensure alignment with company strategyWriting the plan and setting expectationsImplementing the plan, proven best practices for implementingTools for evaluating and adapting the plan.please let me know asap if can do it and meet deadlines!!!!

SUNNY MANOR NURSING AND REHAB CENTER 7pages

You currently work for the development department of Sunny Manor Nursing and Rehab Center. Sunny Manor was once a privately owned small skilled nursing home in Sunny Beach, Florida until it was sold 6 years ago to a larger group of investors known for buying older nursing homes and developing them into larger more modern skilled nursing and rehab centers. Sunny Beach itself is a small retirement community close to larger beach towns. Most of the residents are 55 years or older, and there is a growing population of 70+ retired adults. However, the city is known for being technologically advanced for a retirement community. In fact, the city has a popular social media page followed by many residents and a very popular online newsletter that can be accessed through most social media programs. Also, 5 years ago, a brand new hospital opened just outside of Sunny Beach. This brought some the top physicians and surgeons in the state to the area.

Sunny Manor recently finished a major renovation, updating the previous long-term-care wings and adding a new wing with 20 new rooms. The new wing is solely dedicated to sub-acute rehab services, and the facility also added a new updated therapy room with an expanded therapy staff and modern high-tech equipment.

After working in care coordination and admissions for the past several years, you have been promoted to the development department and tasked with marketing the new facility. The goal is to build a stronger relationship with the discharge staff and physicians at the new hospital and expand a broader reach to the community.

The first step is for you to analyze and research the changing community and develop a marketing proposal for your boss, the director of development, on how to best connect with the community of Sunny Beach and increase referrals from the new hospital.

For this task, develop a summary marketing proposal on the above scenario that includes the following elements:Evaluate the potential impact of the updated facility and new therapy services on potential improvements in patient satisfaction and developing new marketing share.Assess possible methods to build rapport within Sunny Beach and surrounding communities.Develop a plan for communicating with the community better through social media by connecting Sunny Manor to the residents of Sunny Beach through digital marketing.Provide details on how ongoing research into the community will help Sunny Manor stay ahead of the competition and well connected with community. Consider concepts in monitoring the changing demographics of the community and growing health care sector.Propose a research design model including all the key elements of the research design. Apply an assessment tool and implementation plan such as the Model for Improvement (Plan-Do-Study-Act [PDSA]).Conclude with recommending models and/or tools that will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the development teams’ efforts on an ongoing basis .

 

 

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Informed Consent

 

Social workers are bound by the NASW Code of Ethics (2008) to provide informed consent with every client. A signed informed consent form protects the client and the social worker. It exemplifies the profession’s respect for its clients, allows for self-determination, and is the cornerstone of good social work practice. Sometimes, though, reporting of confidential information is mandated by law.
Post a description of the importance of confidentiality when working with your client. How does the principle of confidentiality impact the therapeutic relationship? Then, explain your understanding of mandated reporting and how it empowers vulnerable populations.

 https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Ethics/Code-of-Ethics/Code-of-Ethics-English  

 https://www.socialworktoday.com/news/eoe_113011.shtml  

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Clinical Social Work-The Complexity of Eating Disorder Recovery in the Digital Age

 

Both eating disorders and somatic symptom disorders involve a mind-body relationship. However, those living with somatic disorders tend to be highly sensitized to their body experiences in a different way than those with eating disorders. While eating disorders can cause individuals to lose their interoceptive awareness of the body, those with somatic disorders tend to have a magnified awareness, often coupled with preoccupation and a high level of anxiety that is deemed to be excessive to the cause.

These spectrums of illness require that social workers take an early-intervention, multidisciplinary, and biopsychosocial approach to treatment to be successful in supporting recovery. Both require knowledge and extensive communication with medical providers and other specialists. That priority for interdisciplinary knowledge and teamwork increases in importance given the mortality rates of eating disorders and the mind-body factors in both.

This week you analyze the impact of living with an eating disorder and the problems (nutritional, medical, social, and psychological) in the recovery process. You also consider current societal influences that impact the onset, recognition, and recovery process for eating disorders and somatic symptom disorders.

 

Through this week’s Learning Resources, you become aware not only of the prevalence of factors involved in the treatment of eating disorders, but also the societal, medical, and cultural influences that help individuals develop and sustain the unhealthy behaviors related to an eating disorder. These behaviors have drastic impacts on health. In clinical practice, social workers need to know about the resources available to clients living with an eating disorder and be comfortable developing interdisciplinary, individualized treatment plans for recovery that incorporate medical and other specialists.

For this Discussion, you focus on guiding clients through treatment and recovery.

To prepare: Review the Learning Resources on experiences of living with an eating disorder, as well as social and cultural influences on the disorder. Read the Case of O.

Post a 300- to 500-word response in which you address the following: Provide the full DSM-5 diagnosis for O. Remember, a full diagnosis should include the name of the disorder, ICD-10-CM code, specifiers, severity, and the Z codes (other conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention). Keep in mind a diagnosis covers the most recent 12 months. Explain the diagnosis by matching the symptoms identified in the case to the specific criteria for the diagnosis. Explain why it is important to use an interprofessional approach in treatment. Identity specific professionals you would recommend for the team, and describe how you might best utilize or focus their services. Explain how you would use the client’s family to support recovery. Include specific behavioral examples. Select and explain an evidence-based, focused treatment approach that you might use in your part of the overall treatment plan. Explain how culture and diversity influence these disorders. Consider how gender, age, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and/or ethnicity/race affect the experience of living with an eating disorder.     Note: You do not need to include an APA reference to the DSM-5 in your response. However, your response should clearly be informed by the DSM-5, demonstrating an understanding of the risks and benefits of treatment to the client. You do need to include an APA reference for the treatment approach and any other resources you use to support your response.

 The Case of O PATIENT SUMMARY—O 

DEMOGRAPHIC DATA: This was an emergency, voluntary admission for this 28-year-old single white female. This was her fourth psychiatric hospitalization. O lives with a 24-yearold female roommate in New York City. She has a bachelor’s degree in art history and is employed by a major New York museum. O is of Jewish ancestry. CHIEF COMPLAINT: “My therapist said I was decompensating because I broke my leg, and I was despondent.” HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: O reported that she began an Optifast diet and, although she was supposed to be eating 600 calories a day, she was only eating between 200 and 400 calories a day. She also admitted to purging and frequent use of laxatives. O reported her weight was being monitored, and she had lab work done to be sure she remained healthy. In 3 months, O lost approximately 80 pounds. O reported that she has a very stressful job. She stated that approximately one month prior to admission, she started to “decompensate” and had difficulty maintaining control at work. She had several altercations with coworkers. One week prior to admission, O reported that her NA sponsor “said something nasty, and I lost it.” According to her mother, the sponsor made a reference to O being overweight. O reported that she was angry and “hit everything I knew I could—but that did not help.” She then kicked a brick wall, fracturing her right leg. O also reported being under stress due to applying for her master’s degree in art history and difficulties with her boyfriend. O complained of depression with insomnia and sleeping only a few hours per night, feeling confused, decreased concentration, irritability, anger, and frustration. She admitted to suicidal ideation. She complained of feeling paranoid over the past few weeks and believed the police were after her and that she heard them outside her door. She believed the police had her under surveillance. O also complained of a fear of dirt, taking time to frequently bathe and brush her teeth. O reported she was emotionally abused as a child and suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, but she denied a history of flashbacks or nightmares. She also complained of panic attacks and reported that she controlled them by taking Klonopin, but there was no clear information about this. She reported a history of bulimia since the age of 17. O also reported a history of drug and alcohol use, but she stated that she has been clean and sober for two years. PAST PSYCHIATRIC HISTORY: O’s mother reported that O saw a clinical social worker briefly when O was 10 years old. O reported that she was hospitalized at a New York hospital 3 years ago for 3 months. Six months after that, O took an overdose of Halcion and was treated at the same hospital, and then was transferred to a state hospital. After discharge in the next month, O attended a partial hospitalization program for drugs and alcohol every day for 5 weeks. She also saw a psychiatrist for 2 years. Two years after that, O saw a clinical social worker and psychiatrist and continues to the present with them. O admitted to using marijuana, cocaine, opiates, and hallucinogens in the past. She denied IV drug use but admitted to “skin popping” cocaine. O has abused alcohol in the past. According to her mother, O has also abused prescription medications in the past. O reported that she has been sober for the past 2 years and attends AA and NA meetings regularly. MEDICAL HISTORY: At 17 years old, O suffered from bulimia with bingeing, purging, and the use of laxatives. She reported she had not purged for 3 years until she began the Optifast diet 3 months ago. Although O is currently not bingeing, she admitted to purging and using laxatives. O is allergic to penicillin and has a lactose intolerance. She wears glasses for reading. PSYCHOSOCIAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY: O’s parents were married when her mother was 19 years old, and O was born the following year. O’s mother described O as a wonderful, even-tempered, and happy baby. Two years later, O’s sister was born; mother stated O’s personality changed; she became stubborn and difficult. O’s mother said that O began biting and having temper tantrums and has been moody since then. O’s mother stated her marriage was conflicted because she has a communication problem with her husband and he was “never an active parent.” O’s mother reported that O “adores her father” because he is not the disciplinarian. O frequently caused conflict between her parents. When O was 12 years old, her parents separated for 2 weeks. O reported her mother quit college after O’s birth and returned to college after her sister’s birth. She said her father worked all the time, and there was a housekeeper who cared for the children. O reported that the family moved to Arizona when O was in sixth grade, where she began using marijuana that she reported stealing from her parents. The family returned to New York when O was in seventh grade. O’s mother reported that when O was in high school, her maternal aunt, who was dying of cancer, came to live with the family and that this was very stressful for O. During those years, O told the school counselor that her mother was abusive, and school officials visited the family. During the visit, O had a temper tantrum and there was no further investigation. O reported she was always an above-average student who rarely studied. She said she was always hyperactive and had difficulty sitting in school. O stated that in college she had a 3.8 GPA and was on the Dean’s list. O is currently applying for admission to graduate school and has taken some courses toward her master’s degree. O was always an athlete (soccer) in school, and according to her mother, she was a champion. O reported that in high school, most of her friends were athletes. She stated that she had one close friend. Currently, O is friendly with her roommate but does not have any other friends. “I don’t trust anybody.” O’s mother reported that when O lived in Connecticut during college, O had many friends and was active in NA and AA. O’s  mother stated that she was surprised when O returned to New York. O agreed that she was happy living in Connecticut and felt returning to Queens was “a stupid mistake.” O hoped to return to Connecticut in the future. O’s mother reported that when O returned to New York, she at first moved in with her parents. Conflict increased in the household, and O’s parents began marital therapy. O’s mother stated that she and her husband became united and finally asked O to move out. O’s mother stated that within 6 weeks of moving out, O was doing well and seemed happy. O’s mother felt O has difficulty accepting adult responsibilities and felt O needed to separate from her parents. O’s mother stated that they do not want O to return home to live, but O stated that she wants to return home. O’s mother reported O worked during summer vacation while in high school. She baby sat during college and worked as a graduate assistant. Since graduating from college, O has been employed by a museum. O reported that she currently has financial problems because of money owed to her therapist and the hospital in New York. MENTAL STATUS EXAMINATION: O presented as an overweight, somewhat disheveled, white female who had a cast on her right leg. She was relaxed but very restless during the interview. Her facial expression was mobile. Her affect during the initial interview was constricted and her mood dysphoric. In subsequent interviews, her affect was full range and her mood very liable. O’s speech was pressured and often circumstantial or tangential, and she spoke in a loud voice. At times her thinking was logical, and at other times it was illogical. O denied hallucinations but complained of hearing policemen outside her door prior to admission. She denied homicidal ideation and initially admitted to suicidal ideation but in subsequent interviews denied this. O was oriented to person, place, and time. Her fund of knowledge was excellent. O was able to calculate serial sevens easily and accurately. O repeated 7 digits forward and 3 in reverse. Her recent and remote memory were intact, and she recalled 3 items after five minutes. O was able to give appropriate interpretations for 3 of 3 proverbs. Her social and personal judgment were appropriate. O’s three wishes were: “To be skinny, to have a big house where I can take in all the stray cats, and for a million more wishes.” When asked how she sees herself in 5 years, O replied, “Hopefully graduating from graduate school.” If O could change something about herself, she would “make myself thin.” 

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Discussion: Reactions to Disruptive Behaviors

 

Many children and adolescents who go to counseling engage in behaviors that are disruptive to others. These children and adolescents are sometimes labeled as having “externalizing” disorders because they tend to “act out” their symptoms, which causes other people distress. Disorders such as depression and anxiety are “internalizing” disorders because children and adolescents generally internalize their symptoms in a way that causes them distress. When children “act out” their symptoms, adults can become impatient, annoyed, and angry. These responses often intensify when children are unwilling or unable to take personal responsibility for their behavior. As a future child and adolescent clinician, it is important for you to gauge your reactions toward children and adolescents with disruptive behaviors and consider how your reactions may impact the counseling process.

For this Discussion, review each of the clips in the media Disruptive Behaviors Part One and think about your reactions to the behavior exhibited in the media. Select one particular child or adolescent in the media and think about how your reactions to that child’s or adolescent’s behavior might impact a therapeutic relationship with that child or adolescent. Also, consider how you might transform any negative reactions you may have to the child or adolescent you selected to an appropriate therapeutic response.

With these thoughts in mind: By Day 3

Post a brief description of the disruptive behavior you selected, and explain one way your reactions might positively or negatively influence the development of a therapeutic relationship with that child or adolescent. Then, explain one way you might transform a negative reaction into an appropriate therapeutic response and how. Be specific and use examples.

   Required Readings Hamblin, J. (2017, December 11). How spanking affects later relationships. The Atlantic. Retrieved from https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2017/12/the-fourth-r/547583/ Taggart, J., Eisen, S., & Lillard, A. S. (2019). The current landscape of US children’s television: Violent, prosocial, educational, and fantastical content. Journal of Children and Media, 13(3), 276–294. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1080/17482798.2019.1605916 Klein, B., Damiani-Taraba, G., Koster, A., Campbell, J., & Scholz, C. (2015). Diagnosing attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children involved with child protection services: are current diagnostic guidelines acceptable for vulnerable populations?. Child: care, health and development, 41(2), 178-185. Powers, C. J., & Bierman, K. L. (2013). The multifaceted impact of peer relations on aggressive-disruptive behavior in early elementary school. Developmental Psychology, 49(6), 1174–1186. As you review this article, consider the impact of peer relations on disruptive behavior. Focus on how peer relations contribute to aggressive-disruptive behavior. Document: DSM-5 Bridge: Disruptive Behaviors (PDF)
Use this document to guide you through the definition of disruptive behaviors for this week’s Discussion. Cochran, J. L., Cochran, N. H., Nordling, W. J., McAdam, A., & Miller, D. T. (2010). Two case studies of child-centered play therapy for children referred with highly disruptive behavior. International Journal of Play Therapy, 19(3), 130–143. As you review this article, consider how child-centered play therapy, as a therapeutic approach, supports disruptive behavior Eyberg, S. M., Nelson, M. M., & Boggs, S. R. (2008). Evidence- based psychosocial treatments for children and adolescents with disruptive behavior. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 37(1), 215–237. As you review this article, consider the evidence-based psychosocial treatments used for children and adolescents with disruptive behavior. Focus on how clinicians might use these therapeutic approaches in their professional practice. Pardini, D. A., Frick, P. J., & Moffitt, T. E. (2010). Building an evidence base for DSM-5 conceptualizations of oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder: Introduction to the special section. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 119(4), 683–688. As you review this article, consider the recommended revisions to the diagnostic criteria for oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorder (CD). Focus on this information might inform your professional practice. Required Media Laureate Education (Producer). (2014c). Disruptive behaviors [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

Note:  The approximate length of this media piece is 20 minutes.

In this media program, Drs. John Sommers-Flanagan and Eliana Gil discuss disruptive behaviors. Focus on how disruptive behaviors can be regulated.

Accessible player –Downloads–Download Video w/CCDownload AudioDownload Transcript Laureate Education (Producer). (2014d). Disruptive behaviors: Part one [Interactive media]. Baltimore, MD: Author. Disruptive Behaviors: Part One Transcript (PDF)
In this media program, you will analyze four disruptive behaviors in children and adolescents. Focus on your analysis and answering the questions for each disruptive behavior. Laureate Education (Producer). (2014e). Disruptive behaviors: Part two [Interactive media]. Baltimore, MD: Author. Disruptive Behaviors: Part Two Transcript (PDF)
In this media program, you will select one counseling session from the same four disruptive behaviors you previously viewed. Focus on the session and answering the questions addressed in the media.

 

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Application: Cooper's Ethical Decision-Making Model

Often, public administrators’ morals and identity as well as their capacity for decision making and innovation are entangled in their standard of ethics. These entanglements may cause challenges in determining ethical behavior. However, such entanglements are necessary. Public service is society’s instrument for managing and resolving complex, interdependent issues affecting all individuals and organizations. Public expectations and formal standards demand that public administrators undertake sophisticated ethical reasoning and apply rigorous ethical standards to decisions and behavior.

 

As discussed in the text, Cooper’s ethical decision-making model assists the responsible public administrator in assessing and addressing ethical dilemmas. Public administrators need to consider all underlying factors of a dilemma and the potential solutions in order to ensure the most proper outcome.

 

For this Assignment, review the following resources:

 Chapter 2 of The Responsible Administrator, focusing on the components of ethical decision making Dryburgh (2009), “Personal and Policy Implications of Whistle-Blowing: The Case of Corcoran State Prison”

 

The Assignment (3 -4 pages in APA format): To demonstrate proper case analysis using Cooper’s ethical decision-making model, your assignment should include the following:

 A description of the situation and the ethical issues involved in this case study (Dryburgh, 2009) A description of the possible courses of action that the guards could have taken An explanation of why they chose to be whistle blowers An explanation of the positive and negative consequences for each possible course of action the guards could have taken An explanation of how the ethical dilemma was resolved as well as its impact on the organization and individuals involved

 

 

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Arizona Statehood and Arizona Constitution

 

Arizona Statehood and Arizona Constitution

 

 

 

 

 

Part I : Arizona Statehood

Create a chronological narrative of 750-1,000 words describing and analyzing the events that impacted the process of Arizona becoming a state. Include the key events from the following periods in Arizona history:

The Preterritorial Period
The Spanish Period
The Mexican Period
U.S. Controlled Period
The Territorial Period
The impact of the Progressive movement on the creation of the Arizona constitution, including the declaration of rights, ballot initiatives, and recall of judges.

Utilize the required readings, academic websites, and the GCU e-Library as resources for this assignment.

While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

 

Part II: Arizona Constitution

Create a chart or matrix summarizing the powers and functions of the three branches of Arizona’s government:

List each branch of government, and identify the powers and functions of each branch. Bullet points may be used.
Outline the procedures for amending the Arizona Constitution. Bullet points may be used.
Write an analysis of 250-500 words in which you reflect on the amendment process for the Arizona Constitution.

Is this a “fair” process?
Does it give too much power to the people?
Do you think the Progressive framers would approve of the way the process has been used thus far? Why? Defend your rationale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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20.0 %Chronological Narrative of Events Leading to Arizona Becoming a State  

Lacks description of the historical events leading to Arizona becoming a state.  

Insufficient description of the historical events leading to Arizona becoming a state.  

Appropriately describes the historical events leading to Arizona becoming a state.  

Describes clearly and concisely the historical events leading to Arizona becoming a state.  

Sophisticated description of the historical events leading to Arizona becoming a state. Timeline is cohesive.   

15.0 %Analysis of the Events that Impacted Arizona Statehood  

Lacks any analysis of the events that impacted Arizona statehood.  

Demonstrates insufficient or inconsistent analysis of the events that impacted Arizona statehood.  

Demonstrates appropriate analysis of the events that impacted Arizona statehood.  

Demonstrates clear and consistent analysis of the events that impacted Arizona statehood.  

Demonstrates clear, consistent, and critical analysis of the events that impacted Arizona statehood. Relates past events to current issues in Arizona.   

20.0 %Summary of the Powers and Functions of Arizona Government  

Matrix is incomplete and omits most of the requirements stated in the assignment’s criteria. No summary of the powers and functions of Arizona government is present.  

Matrix is incomplete and omits some of the requirements stated in the assignment’s criteria. Insufficient summary of the powers and functions of Arizona government.  

Matrix is complete but content is not fully coherent or cohesive. Adequate summary of the powers and functions of Arizona government.  

Matrix is complete; content is coherent and cohesive. Relevant and coherent summary of the powers and functions of Arizona government.  

Matrix is complete; content is coherent, cohesive, and persuasive. Higher-order thinking is evident in the summary of the powers and functions of Arizona government.   

15.0 %Outline of Procedures for Amending the Arizona Constitution  

Outline of procedures for amending the Arizona constitution is absent.  

Outline of procedures for amending the Arizona constitution is incomplete or inconsistent.  

Outline of procedures for amending the Arizona constitution is complete.  

Outline of procedures for amending the Arizona constitution is complete and coherent.  

Outline of procedures for amending the Arizona constitution is complete, coherent, and cohesive.   

10.0 %Reflective Analysis of the Amendment Process for the Arizona Constitution  

Lacks any analysis of the amendment process.  

Demonstrates insufficient or inconsistent analysis of the amendment process.  

Demonstrates appropriate analysis of the amendment process.  

Demonstrates clear and consistent analysis of the issues that impact the amendment process.  

Demonstrates clear, consistent, and critical analysis of the issues that impact the amendment process.   

15.0 %Organization and Effectiveness   

5.0 %Presentation  

The piece is not neat or organized, and it does not include all required elements.  

The work is not neat and includes minor flaws or omissions of required elements.  

The overall appearance is general, and major elements are missing.  

The presentation is good. The overall appearance is generally neat, with a few minor flaws or missing elements.  

The work is well presented and includes all required elements. The overall appearance is neat and professional.   

10.0 %Mechanics of Writing (includes spelling, punctuation, grammar, and language use)  

Surface errors are pervasive enough that they impede communication of meaning. Inappropriate word choice and/or sentence construction are employed.  

Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors distract the reader. Inconsistencies in language choice (register) and/or word choice are present.  

Some mechanical errors or typos are present, but are not overly distracting to the reader. Audience-appropriate language is employed.  

Prose is largely free of mechanical errors, although a few may be present. The writer uses a variety of sentence structures and effective figures of speech.  

The writer is clearly in command of standard, written academic English.   

5.0 %Format   

5.0 %Research Citations (in-text citations for paraphrasing and direct quotes, and references page listing and formatting, as appropriate to assignment and style)  

No references page and no citations are included.  

References page is present, but citations are inconsistently used.  

References page is included. Sources are appropriately documented, although some errors may be present.  

References page is present and fully inclusive of all cited sources. Documentation is appropriate and citation style is usually correct.  

In-text citations and a references page are complete. The documentation of cited sources is free of errors.   

100 %Total Weightage       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Typing Template for APA Papers: A Sample of Proper Formatting for the APA 6th Edition Student A. Sample

 

 

 

Grand Canyon University: <Course>

 

 

 

<Date>

 

 

 

NOTE TO CLASS (Do not include this section in your essay)

 Write in Times New Roman size 12 and double space your lines. Submit to Turnitin first. Your percentage must be below 20% for me to accept it. Write in paragraph form (do not write out the Roman numerals)- the outline is simply to show you how to break down each section/paragraph. Use APA in-text citations. Include a references page in APA Refer to the rubric for a breakdown of how I will grade the assignment

 

 

 Located in the assignment drop box for the assignment

 

 

 750-1000 words

 

 

 

Assignment Title

 

 Intro Paragraph- Write 4-6 sentences here that entices your reader to the content. Be sure to end your introductory paragraph with a clear thesis statement.

 

 

 

Part I- The Preterritorial Period

 

– cite all relevant information with APA in-text citations

 

 

 

 

 Describe important events that impacted the process of Arizona becoming a state. Analyze those events. Tell your reader exactly why that event was important and how it directly influenced Arizona statehood.

 

Part II- The Spanish Period

 

 

 Describe important events that impacted the process of Arizona becoming a state. Analyze those events. Tell your reader exactly why that event was important and how it directly influenced Arizona statehood.

 

 Part III- The Mexican Period

 Describe important events that impacted the process of Arizona becoming a state. Analyze those events. Tell your reader exactly why that event was important and how it directly influenced Arizona statehood.

 

 Part IV- The U.S. Controlled Period

 

 

 Describe important events that impacted the process of Arizona becoming a state. Analyze those events. Tell your reader exactly why that event was important and how it directly influenced Arizona statehood.

 

 Part V- The Territorial Period

 

 

 Describe important events that impacted the process of Arizona becoming a state. Analyze those events. Tell your reader exactly why that event was important and how it directly influenced Arizona statehood.

 

 

 

 

 

 Part VI- Write 2-3 paragraphs on the impact of the Progressive movement on the creation of the Arizona Constitution, including the declaration of rights, ballot initiatives, and recall of judges. Do not forget how important analysis in writing is. Do not simply list facts without stopping to analyze those facts for your reader.

 

 

 

 

 

Part VII- Matrix

 

 

Executive Branch

Legislative Branch

Judicial Branch

Powers and Functions

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Powers and Functions

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Powers and Functions

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Feel free to use bullet points here.

Procedures for amending the Arizona Constitution

   

 

 

 

 

 Part VIII- Analyze the amendment part of your matrix. In 250-300 words reflect on the amendment process for the Arizona constitution. In your analysis reflect on these three questions:

 State whether this is a “fair” process. Why or why not? Cite specific examples and defend your rationale. State whether it gives too much power to the people. Why or why not? Cite specific examples and defend your rationale. State whether you think the Progressive framers would approve of the way this process has been used thus far. Why or why not? Cite specific examples and defend your rationale.

 

 

 

 

 

 Conclusion Paragraph- This is where you reiterate the main points of your essay and close. Your thesis statement will usually be restated in some form. Do not add any new information in your conclusion that has not already been discussed previously.

 

 

 

 References (Use APA Formatting)

 

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

 

 

 

 

 

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