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Causes of 16th Century Religious Reformations

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The economic and social changes that occurred during the fifteenth and early sixteenth century inevitably led to the Protestant Reformation.” Using specific examples, discuss the impact of political, economic, and other non-religious factors as causes of the sixteenth century religious reformations.

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Case Study: Health Care Training

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Mary had a difficult time in her health care training and barely managed to graduate. She decided to try goal setting when she got hired in her first new job. She made only one goal, and it was as follows: “I want to be the department director within a year.” After her first year, Mary was not the department director and was very frustrated with her position and felt that goal setting was a bunch of “hogwash” and really doesn’t work.

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Case Study: New Health Care Professional

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CJohn was a new health care professional in the office. During his orientation, he presented a know-it-all attitude with his coworkers who were attempting to help him become comfortable in his new position. he was very aggressive (not assertive) and in a loud and sarcastic voice pointed out all the things wrong in the office. In addition, he went on about where he had worked before and how they had done everything right. Although his coworkers pressed him for specific examples for improvement, he really did not have any. he was appropriately told about his attitude and the potential for problems if it continued. Within 3 months, he left the job because “he could not get along with coworkers or patients.” In addition, he made several errors with his patients.

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The Rejection of the Parallel Line Axiom

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The rejection of the parallel line axiom raised doubts about our basic sense of reason. If parallel lines can meet, then what’s left? The Evil Demon Argument raised doubts about tradition, authority and religion; the Dream Argument questioned human experience and science; the rejection of the parallel line axiom raised doubts about reason itself. Are there no certainties? We live in an era (at least in the Western world) where nothing is sacred.

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Descartes’ Opinion on God’s Existence

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1.In the second Meditation, (Kleiman and Lewis, p. 33) Descartes responded to the doubts raised previously — his famous remark that “I think, therefore I am.” Of course, we might say. Isn’t that obvious? So why is Descartes’ remark so profound? (Or is it?)

2.In the third Meditation, Descartes developed the first of two arguments for God’s existence, this one called the Cosmological Proof, claiming there is no other way to explain his having the idea of God than that God Himself gave it to him. (See page 42, in Kleiman and Lewis.) Could we human beings have invented the idea of God? Why did Descartes think otherwise?

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Building Community Involvement in Diversity

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The purpose of this assignment is to deepen our understanding of the diverse ELLs we serve by getting to know their local communities and to find ways to build community involvement.
Identify a local immigrant community. Chose a culture or community relevant to the needs of your current school/classroom, future teaching plans, or interests. You CANNOT be a member of the culture/community you visit.
Research the community before you visit.

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Browsing Vs. Reading Pros & Cons

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Americans prefer browsing the internet as a pastime instead of reading books. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of browsing vs. reading. Your paper should be eight pages long. Be sure to include transitions at the beginning of each paragraph and within the paragraphs, ensure sentences are complex and written correctly, and use high-level vocabulary appropriately

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Making a Good First Impression

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In less than 30 seconds, you have made an impression on others. Present a scenario where your first impression of someone was not the lasting impression. Explain what occurred to change your first impression. Reflect how first impressions affect your patient interaction?

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Social Researcher Skills

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This assignment aims at helping you develop your skills as a social researcher based on the knowledge you acquired in this subject. It requires that you identify a social problem of interest to you, conduct a brief literature on the issue and justify the need for research on the issue. You are then to propose how you would go about conducting that research, paying attention to ethical, theoretical and methodological considerations, including levels of measurements, sampling and relevant hypotheses. You must justify your methodological selection, which will demonstrate your understanding of strengths and limitations of each.

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Influencers of America’s Democracy

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America’s democratic tradition was greatly influenced by many classical texts and journals. The journals should be a reflection of how an influential and innovative text of American democratic tradition relates to an influential and innovative text of political philosophy.

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