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Disproportionality

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How does knowledge about dis-proportionality influence your perspective?

1. After reviewing the required reading on disproportionality, discuss the overrepresentation of children of color in the child welfare system.

2. What does over-representation mean? In what ways are children of color over represented?

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How will a Doctorate in Social Work Help You to Achieve Your Professional Goals?

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Describe your professional goals and explain how earning your Doctorate of Social Work will help you achieve them. Your thoughtfully crafted responses should demonstrate how you will thrive in our program — and throughout your social work career. Discuss how your past academic and professional experiences have shaped your ability to demonstrate creativity and innovation, be an effective leader, and collaborate with stakeholders

Health Educators

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Health educators can be used in a number of ways across different sectors. If you were a health educator, what type of setting would you like to work in? Based on the setting that you would like to work in, what are some possible target populations that you would be working within that setting? What type of health issues would be prevalent based on the target population?

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Internal Validity

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Dr. Phil wanted to see whether sex, drugs, or rock and roll improved student self-esteem more than traditional counseling or no treatment at all over a six-week period.   He randomly assigned four groups of 30 students to two groups.   In all four groups the control group received no special treatment.

In Experimental Group A he gave the students favorable information about illegal drug use, supplied them with quantities of several types of illegal drugs free of charge, and encouraged them to try the drugs.  

In Experimental Group B he told the students about the history of rock and roll and gave them portable stereo players with a large quantity of rock and roll music.  He also encouraged them to listen to the music at least six hours per day. 

In Experimental Group C he told the students the benefits of premarital sex and encouraged them to experiment with sexual behavior.   He introduced them to attractive members of the opposite sex who had very liberal sexual attitudes.   He also supplied them with contraceptives and private rooms.

In Experimental Group D he placed the students in traditional counseling to improve their self-esteem.   

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Uluru Statement from the Heart

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Drawing on the content of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and your own investigations, discuss, in the form of a critical essay:

(a) The main areas of conflict between Australia’s Indigenous communities and the business sector and what gives rise to these conflicts.

(b) The ethical issues that are evident in these areas of conflict and why these are ethical issues.

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Tess of the D’Urbervilles

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Read the book ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ by Thomas Hardy and write a research paper with a strong thesis statement relating to the role of women in society and how Tess represents women’s social and society struggles of the time. The research paper should clearly argue/answer the thesis statement about this book and include an introduction that frames the argument, and a conclusion.

Beautiful Boy

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After reading David Scheff’s Beautiful Boy in its entirety, write a 3-4 page critique of the book, responding to the following prompts. Be sure to draw on concepts covered in the readings, lectures, and other materials.

Prompt 1: Addiction is identified as a “family disease”. What is meant by this? How does Nic’s addiction impact the family system? Be sure to cite specific examples.

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