Select one of the victims you have previously reviewed in the media and consider the victim’s vulnerability to crime, based on his or her race or ethnic identity
-•Explain which factors related to race or ethnicity might have contributed to the vulnerability of the victim.
•Explain which factors related to race or ethnicity might have contributed to the type of crime committed against the victim.
•Explain how the victim’s experiences with the criminal justice system might differ based on the race or ethnicity of the victim
Select an object or image from South Asia presently on display in the Art Institute of
Chicago. In addition to the South Asian materials from the museum’s permanent
collection, you might also consider the Indian artist Amar Kanwar’s video installation,
The Lightning Testimonies, on display in Gallery 291. (Note: be certain to select an
object from South Asia and not Southeast Asia, which we have not studied in this
course.) After you have selected an object, you should begin by noting any information
that the museum has provided for this object, such as where or when it was made. You
should then carefully analyze the object’s physical appearance. Consider, for example,
its medium, condition, subject matter, composition, scale and possible functions.
You might also start to formulate some questions about the object. Why does this object
look as it does? Where was it originally installed? How did it come to be in the
museum’s collection? (You should notice that certain questions raised by looking at this
object remain unanswerable.) Finally, at some point in your examination of the object,
you should make a sketch of it. Your drawing need not be “suitable for framing,” but
you must turn it in with your hardcopy of the paper.
After you have completed your visual analysis of the image, you will want to turn to
addition sources of information to begin to address a few of the most intriguing questions
that your visual observations may have raised. You might want to learn how the object
was made, where it was originally installed, or how it was used. You should also look for
similar types of objects or images with which to compare the object in the museum. How
is the object in the museum similar to or different from other related objects? How might
you account for those similarities and differences? The goal is to begin to formulate
questions and ideas that will provide direction for your research.
In this paper you will be expected to combine careful analysis of an object (or set of
objects) with some preliminary research in order to advance an argument. Your paper
must have an identifiable thesis statement, and you must provide evidence for that
thesis within the body of your paper. Evidence may include your observations of an
object and information found in primary and secondary sources. For example, if you
were to write a paper on the pillar capital from Sarnath, your primary evidence would
include analysis of the capital and of the inscription carved into the pillar. Secondary
evidence would be your consideration of other scholars’ analysis of the capital.
Whenever you cite the work of another scholar (either directly or indirectly), you must be
certain to include a complete citation of the source from which you took the relevant
You must create a list of works cited. You should consult a minimum of six sources, at
least one of which should be a journal article. You may count only two internet sources
(such as museum websites) toward the six required sources; however, you are free to use
as many on-line resources as you wish. (Note: articles from peer-reviewed academic
journals that are access through on-line databases such as J-stor will count as journal
articles rather than as internet sources.) Please consult the MLA Guide to Writers of
Research Papers or the Chicago Manual of Style for guidelines on the appropriate format
for footnotes within the body of your paper and for your list of works cited.
Discuss the ways in which gender, class and traditional culture influences some people’s pursuit of the American Dream as shown in the three articles.
Is adolescent smoking related to parental smoking and family environment? Discuss
What would you say to someone who thinks education doesn’t matter, or that college is a waste of time and money
Sexual Activity during the Teen Years
Sexual activity is a central topic during teenage. Newly developed physical features and hormonal changes cause a sharp increase in interest in sex during this period. Teenagers must make choices about their level of engagement in sexual activity. Human services professionals are often part of this decision-making process.
Consider the following discussion question and activity.
There are multiple approaches to talking to teenagers about sexual activity. The abstinence-only approach encourages teenagers not to engage in sexual activity. An alternative approach educates them about birth control and sexually transmitted disease (STD) prevention. Some programs even provide teenagers with contraceptives.
Review the professional literature—articles from peer-reviewed journals and relevant textbooks—and discuss the pros and cons of these two approaches when talking to teenagers about sex. What cultural factors should be considered when discussing sex with teenagers? According to research, which approach is most effective?
After identifying the most effective approach to talking to teenagers about sex, design a one- to two-minute public service announcement that addresses sexual activity among teenagers. Consider the typical patterns of physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development during adolescence in order to make the announcement appealing to this age group. Describe your target audience and explain how you would distribute your message for the greatest impact.
Script your public service announcement in a Microsoft Word document. Recorded versions of the announcement are not required. Your public service announcement and the discussion of how you would distribute your message.
According to O?Connor, Merleau-Ponty proposes a ?dynamic account of human experience, one where the body has a central function? (p 78). Taking Merleau-Ponty?s ideas into account, discuss how the notion of ?embodied knowledge? is relevant to
? Phenomenology and embodied knowledge and how this theory differs from intellectualism and empiricism. You will need to quote the relevant theoretical passages from your reading and research to substantiate your ideas.
? Secondly, you will need to develop an account of a contemporary context in which the notion of ?embodied knowledge? is important. You might consider the context of
memorializing, but you are not limited to this topic for this section of your
2. Discuss the importance of the concept of memory in relation to at least one of the
following topics: history, trauma, ideology, testimony, auto/biography
? Your discussion must develop an explanation of the concept with quoted evidence from your theoretical reading.
? You should also take into account the functions of both remembering and forgetting.
? Your essay will develop its ideas with relevant examples that establish the importance
of memory in human life and society (i.e. use ?important? not trivial examples).
3. Compare and contrast the concepts of monument and counter-monument, using the essay by Young as a starting point. While you may mention the counter-monuments in Young?s article, you must develop your discussion primarily using a range of examples – for both monuments and counter-monuments – NOT mentioned in Young?s article.
? Your essay will define both concepts, using supportive quotations from your
theoretical reading to establish your argument.
? Your discussion will establish why / how the counter-monument movement evolved. You
should also consider how the counter-monument might be considered a subset of
the broader notion of counter-memorialising.
? Take care to develop your discussion with examples that are not mentioned in Young?s article.
Can Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences transform educational practices?
1. Most people demonstrate the intelligences of linguistic or logical – mathematical. How might it be difficult to incorporate many of the other intelligences (musical, bodily-kinesthetic, spatial, intrapersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist) into curriculum and instruction?
2. By not teaching to a child’s strength, are we encouraging disengagement by limiting the rich experiences that students could have the opportunity with if we were to teach to their intelligences
The focus of this assignment is for you to develop a poster presentation to disseminate the written work that you submitted in Assignment 2. Examples of posters are located in the assessment folder.
Objectives being assessed:
objective 1 – Illustrate how the research plan will be implemented.
objective 4 – Identify the implications and make recommendations for nursing
objective 5 – Design a poster presentation in order to disseminate findings
1. Return to your Assignment 2 that you submitted in this course and identify the following information:
Implementation and Appraisal
Implications for Nursing
2. Use this information to design and develop a poster presentation using one (1) power point slide.
3. Download the power-point slide template provided in the Assessments folder.
4. Refer to other resources about poster development in the �Assignments Help� site.
5. Submit your PowerPoint slide poster electronically.
Identify Critical Information
This exercise asks you to identify the critical information needed to create the marketing plan. In that regard it is important to evaluate existing information (internal inside and secondary data) as well as new information gathered through primary research. This assignment includes:
1.Catalog internal sources of information available to you inside the organization and what information you will receive from each source.
2. Identify secondary data sources and the specific information you need from each source.
a. List sources.
c. Assess the relevance of the data to the project.
3.List primary data needs to create the marketing plan. Then develop the specific instruments (focus group questions, surveys) that you will use later in the marketing plan.