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Learning Goal: I’m working on a social science multi-part question and need an e

Learning Goal: I’m working on a social science multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Please respond to the following with 200 words
In your opinion, do you believe OSHA should be permitted to give advanced notice prior to an inspection? Explain your reasoning

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a social science multi-part question and need an e

Learning Goal: I’m working on a social science multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
For this assignment you must answer all 4 questions correctly. Questions 1,2,3,4 .

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Can you think of any examples of magical thinking from your own life?

Module 7
Question 1: Can you think of any examples of magical thinking from your own life?
Question 2: How does magic differ from science? Do non-Western people have science?
Question 3: Astrology in mainstream American culture issometimes labeled as entertainment (e.g., horoscopes are in the entertainment section of the newspaper). However, many people take them quite seriously. Are horoscopes and other forms of divination just harmless entertainment? Are there any negative consequences of living one’s life relying on astrology and fortunetelling? Are there any positive consequences?
Question 4: Several individuals who claim they can contact the dead have become popular on television. Do you they really possess this
ability? Why or why not? Does it matter if they really can? Is it harmless and just providing solace to the bereaved or could it actually do harm?
Module 8
Question 1: How does the nature of the gods, how they are conceived of in a particular society, influence the nature of the rituals that are conducted?
Question 2: How do we know when someone is dead? What do you think of brain death as the criteria? Would you personally be willing to be an organ donor? Why or why not?
Question 3: Why do you think a belief in a soul is universal?
Question 4: What are mainstream American funerals liketoday? How much emotional expression is allowed at the funeral? How long are you supposed to grieve afterwards?
Question 5: How do Hollywood depictions of ghosts, vampires-and zombies differ from the descriptions of these entities as they appear in actual cultural systems? Why do you think stories and movies about vampires and zombies are so popular?
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Question 6: What customs are associated with the current festival of Halloween? Are there any religious elements in the modern holiday?
Question 7: Why do you think cremation is becoming a more popular option in the United States?
Module 9
Question 1: Why do you think that the conception of people who have the innate ability to do evil is found in so many different cultures?
Question 2: Do you think Mary from Roman Catholicism should be classified as a goddess? Why or why not?
Question 3: Given the Catholic beliefs in the Trinity, do you believe that the religion should be labeled from an etic perspective as or polytheistic? Why?
Question 4: Why do you think atheism is uncommon in the United States? Why is it more common in Europe?
Module 10
Question 1: Why do you think that the conception of people who have the innate ability to do evil is found in so many different cultures?
Question 2: Do we have any similar ideas in our modern culture?
Question 3: What conceptions do modern Americans have of witchcraft and witches?
Question 4: In what ways does witchcraft reflect human culture and human nature?
Question 5: What is meant by the statement that the main way of becoming a witch is to be accused of being one? What are the implications for understanding the ways in which witchcraft accusations function in a society?
Question 6: What do you think of the role of the church in theEuropean witch craze? How has the Catholic Church in more modern times dealt with such issues in its past as the Inquisition and the Crusades? Does the modern church bear any responsibility for these past
actions?
Question 7: In many cultures witches are equally male or female, but in Europe and America witches are predominantly female. What was the underlying gender ideology that made this the case? Do you think this is still true? If so, to what extent?
Module11
Question 1: Under what conditions do revitalization movements occur? Do any of these conditions exist in the United States?
Question 2: In what ways are the Satanist and Wiccan religions similar? In what ways are they different?
Question 3: Why do people join high demand religious groups?
Question 4: Why do we label some religions as cults? Do you think this term should be used to describe any religious groups? If so, in what cases?
Question 5: Do you think mind control is possible?
Question 6: Should there by any limits to the free exercise of religion? If so, what?
Question 7: Are UFO religions really religions? Why or whynot? In what ways are descriptions of alien abductions descriptions of religious experience?
Question 8: The past decades in the United States have seen a decline in membership in traditional mainstream religions but an increase in membership in both New Age/Pagan religions and fundamentalist religions. In what ways are these two types of religious movements
very different? In what ways are they similar? Why do you think they have been popular while traditional religions have declined?
Question 9: Why do you think religiously motivated violence has increased in recent decades? Why do you think people commit such acts?
Question 10: Mark Jurgensmeyer argues that acts of religious terrorism are highly symbolic and can be analyzed in much the same way that religious ritual is. What are the symbolic elements of such an act? In what ways are they like rituals?

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Make a list of 10 different Real Estate businesses with their info: company name, phone, address, website, broker / owner’s name, # of years in business, geographic areas they serve, and their niche services they provide.

Make a list of 10 different Real Estate businesses with their info: company name, phone, address, website, broker / owner’s name, # of years in business, geographic areas they serve, and their niche services they provide.

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Marriage, couple, and family helping professionals work from a systemic vantage point—they view issues and change as relational. That being said, they must be familiar with the diagnostic criteria of the DSM-5 in order to work within the field of mental health care at large. The DSM-5, of course, is individual rather than systemic in focus, and therefore it is wise for marriage, couple, and family helping professionals to view diagnostic criteria through a critical lens. Many of the disorders also are not based on clear, clinical cut-off criteria, and they require informed clinical judgment in order to be applied appropriately.

Marriage, couple, and family helping professionals work from a systemic vantage point—they view issues and change as relational. That being said, they must be familiar with the diagnostic criteria of the DSM-5 in order to work within the field of mental health care at large. The DSM-5, of course, is individual rather than systemic in focus, and therefore it is wise for marriage, couple, and family helping professionals to view diagnostic criteria through a critical lens. Many of the disorders also are not based on clear, clinical cut-off criteria, and they require informed clinical judgment in order to be applied appropriately.
Note also that helping professionals should consider intersections of physical, mental health, and relationship considerations as they relate to sexual dysfunctions, compulsions, and addictions. For example, a physical examination by a qualified healthcare professional is typically warranted prior to making a diagnosis of a sexual dysfunction in order to rule out any physical causes for the symptoms.
Analyze the diagnostic criteria of major sexual dysfunctions and disorders in the DSM-5. Review the case study below and reflect on which DSM-5 sexual dysfunction/disorder might be the most reflective of the client’s symptoms. Then consider a counterargument as to why this dysfunction/disorder might not be appropriate for this client.
Susan, age 34, is a married mother of two preschool-age children (ages 4 and 2). Her husband, Steve, age 35, works full time, and Susan works part time on the weekends but primarily is a stay-at-home mother to her children.
The couple sought couples counseling, and their primary presenting concern was that Susan has not had any interest in sex with Steve for the past year. The couple reports that they have had intercourse about three times in the past year (“always at Steve’s initiation”); they rarely display physical affection toward one another; and they fought frequently about their lack of sex for about the first 6 months of the past year, but lately they have not fought often about the issue.
The partners indicate that, up until a year ago, Susan was very interested in sex, and they had sex approximately three times per week throughout their marriage (aside from immediately following the birth of their children). Susan states that she can’t pinpoint any particular reason for her lack of interest in sex and says, “Really, I just don’t want it anymore. I’m not sure if I ever will again.” Steve says that he is very frustrated but doesn’t want to fight about it. He says, “I just want my wife back.”
By Day 4Post by Day 4 identifying a DSM-5 sexual dysfunction disorder that might reflect Susan’s symptoms. Research the literature to further understand Susan and Steve’s situation. What biopsychosocial factors may be affecting the sexual aspects of the couple’s relationship?
Levine, S. B., Risen, C. B., & Althof, S. E. (Eds.). (2016). Handbook of clinical sexuality for mental health professionals (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.
Chapter 5, “Clinical Challenges of Sexual Desire in Younger Women” (pp. 43-59)
Chapter 6, “Problems With Orgasm” (pp. 60-70)
Chapter 10, “The Sexual Challenges for Adolescent Boys and Young Men” (pp. 111-122)
Chapter 11, “The Mental Health Professional’s Treatment of Erection Problems” (pp. 123- 133)
Chapter 12, “Premature Ejaculation” (pp. 134-149)
Chapter 13, “Delayed Ejaculation” (pp. 150-163)
American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Sexual dysfunctions. In Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing.

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365 Careers. (2017b). Starbucks SWOT analysis [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mR9eICQJLXA

365 Careers. (2017b). Starbucks SWOT analysis [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mR9eICQJLXA

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Research one female and one juvenile sex offender from information in the media, and other reputable sources.

To further investigate special offender typologies and compare how they are similar and different to male offenders.
Research one female and one juvenile sex offender from information in the media, and other reputable sources.
Describe their information, the crimes that they were accused (or convicted) of, and what their punishment (if any) were. Compare and contrast this with male and/or adult offenders both in crime type and consequences. Are females and juveniles held to a different standard? Should they be?
This section will declare formatting standards and minimum requirements for students. You may include a page- or word-count, a minimum number of references or citations, a time limit for presentations or other videos, or any other requirement.
5-7 page of content (not including cover page and/or works cited)
APA format as noted in the sylabus
1″ margins and 12 pt font
At least 5 outside resources

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Discuss the effectiveness and ethics of “stop and frisk” procedures or search and seizure tactics in their attempt to curb the spread of drug use. What are the practical/societal costs of these procedures? What are their benefits? What are the potential detriments?

150 words
Discuss the effectiveness and ethics of “stop and frisk” procedures or search and seizure tactics in their attempt to curb the spread of drug use. What are the practical/societal costs of these procedures? What are their benefits? What are the potential detriments?
respond to 6 people for 50 words each

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Matterials will be provided Interview one older adult (65+). You may do this in person, or via phone or video call if they are not living in your household. Get a sense of where they stand in terms of the areas we have discussed in class: physical and cognitive well-being (body and mind), as well as social and emotional adjustment.

Matterials will be provided Interview one older adult (65+). You may do this in person, or via phone or video call if they are not living in your household. Get a sense of where they stand in terms of the areas we have discussed in class: physical and cognitive well-being (body and mind), as well as social and emotional adjustment.
Does the textbook description of later adulthood seem to fit this person? What characteristics of later adulthood are or are not true about this person?
How does this person’s current life look similar or different from their life in childhood, adolescence, and middle adulthood?
Write a 2 page (double spaced, size 12) summary of your interview

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What are the four roles and responsibilities of the clinician and define.

Chapter 15 Assignment
What are the four roles and responsibilities of the clinician and define.
Define duty to warn.
Why was the Tarasoff case important in psychology?
Discuss the ethics of relationships with clients.
What are four special roles of clinicians?
What is the definition of commitment of clients?
What are some commitment issues?
Define insanity defense.
Discuss competency to stand trial.
What did you like about this course?