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Writing for the Social Sciences
The True Problem with Immigration in Today’s United States
When you think of immigration and the problems that are arising now due to it, which side of the sword do you stand at? In today’s United States, it seems that every day there’s a new problem arising with the topic of immigration, to be exact, illegal immigration. You’ll hear of a murder or an arrest for all sorts of crimes occurring at the hands of these illegal immigrants, and the news paints a gruesome picture of them, turning a country that was founded as a country of immigrants, against each other. Well, as a Hispanic undocumented immigrant (as oppose to the
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S118: Community Assessment
The social determinants of health (SDH) describe various aspects that may contribute to the health and wellbeing of an individual or community. Specifically, the SDH explore the factors which indicate how people grow and age, how they learn and work and their ability to have equal access and opportunity. The SDH assessment circle (McMurray & Clendon, 2015) is a resource that can successfully be used to explore the health of the Indigenous Australian community. This report will assess research and present evidence using the SDH assessment circle to further explore the reasons for health inequity within the Indigenous
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Do you agree that we now have a ‘global economy’? Justify your answer.
Yes we do, but its full of inequality
Globalisation is a system where goods and services re transferred
It’s a local market gone global
What is an economy?
Economy is where income...
Resource and wealth distribution...
Yes we have global economy but rid with inequality and poverty. DEFINE
Market is a place where people buy and sell. Commodities bought and sold for a given price as standard in local market. Globalisation, according to Schafer et. al, [footnoteRef:1] is the economic and sociological and cultural process by which nation-states, organisations and induvial become increasingly
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, I acquired a Master’s degree in social work. This allowed me to gain valuable experience in dealing with people who are in need. I did some individual counseling and I also worked at a Prison College Program. These experiences gave me insight on how to give guidance to those who are struggling.
Q: What specific services do you offer and how are they attainable?
A: I offer many courses at ECC. In these classes, I prepare students on how to handle patients in real-life circumstances. I do this by setting up a Field Placement Program, where the students interact with different clients and get hands-on experience. These courses are available to anyone registered in ECC. I, also, offer
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Mike Jensen Davis Section Blue Career Plan Entertainment Industry As technology plays an increasing role in the entertainment industry the need for people with the skills to create unbelievable special effects and harness the power of the computer becomes greater. There are several areas in which technology has improved upon the entertainment industries ability to wow their customers. From special effects created by computer generated imaging that allow a movie producer to bring dinosaurs back to life to the huge databases needed to create 3D sports events allowing fans to watch a game from any angle. One of the primary attractions of this industry for me is the huge influence it has on our
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Skateboarding is a very extreme sport. Professional skateboarders are dedicated to being as extreme as they can in competition. Skateboard competition is divided into three categories which are: vert, street, and freestyle.The first type of competition is vert or vertical riding. Vert competitions began in empty swimming pools, but are now held in large half pipes. A half pipe is considered the more difficult one. While on the half pipe, skateboarders try to rise beyond the coping of the half pipe and perform various tricks. Vert competition is considered the most radical form of skateboarding in terms of risk.The second type of competition is street. Street competition involves performing a
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Archives of Control Sciences
Volume 25(LXI), 2015
No. 4, pages 513–527
Reference trajectory tracking for a multi-DOF
RÓBERT KRASŇANSKÝ, PETER VALACH, DÁVID SOÓS, JAVAD ZARBAKHSH
This paper presents the problem of tracking the generated reference trajectory by the
simulation model of a multi-DOF robot arm. The kinematic transformation between task
space and joint configuration coordinates is nonlinear and configuration dependent. To
obtain the solution of the forward kinematics problem, the homogeneous transformation
matrix is used. A solution to the inverse kinematics is a vector of joint configuration coordi-
nates calculated using of pseudoinverse Jacobian technique. These
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Sense Perception’s Role in Natural Sciences
Today in Physics HL class, we learned about the Doppler Effect. The Doppler Effect is the phenomenon where waves are lengthened or compressed either when an observer moves towards the source, or the source moves towards the observer. This is most commonly observed through when an ambulance rushes by an observer and makes a sound that seems to change pitch.
It seems that this phenomenon is supported by the use of sense perception in the form of hearing, as when moving objects emitting sound waves passes by an observer, the observer hears a change in pitch. This leads me to wonder how this phenomenon was first discovered. I know that sense
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College of Arts and Sciences - What work of art, music, science, mathematics, or literature has surprised, unsettled, or challenged you, and in what way?
When I was around the age of eight, my family and I experienced a devastating house fire that left us homeless, without possessions, and lost. Left Wwith little to nothing, my family and I moved to a decrepit, pre-Civil War farmhouse. Buried Nestled behind towering oak trees and off of a country back roads, we had found a hidden treasure – Arnold Farm.
The house was builtBuilt in the early 1800’s, so itthe house had its a wide collection of problems. The paint throughout the entire house, inside and out, was fading and chipping;, the water
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Case StudyStem CellsThis argument concentrates on the value of Stem Cells. First off, Stem cells are the earliest of cells that give rise to other types of cells, and have the potential to turn into many different types of tissue. Like Totipotent cells. Totipotent cells are considered the "master" cells of the body because they contain all the genetic information needed to create all the cells of the body, plus the placenta. So in other words, Stem Cell research can go along way to figure out the body's functions, and disease causing illnesses.So the British took in affect that this research is extremely valuable to their country and waist no time in testing their research further. No wonder
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When linguists claim that their discipline is the scientific study of language, they have in mind certain principles which distinguish between a scientific and a non-scientific study of language. First, linguistics is objective, that is, it considers all languages to be equal. For a linguist, there are no 'primitive', 'pure', 'beautiful', 'cultural', or 'sophisticated' languages. Objectivity is difficult to attain because language is so familiar to us that we can hardly dissociate ourselves from it. The objective study of language is hindered by various cultural, social and historical misconceptions about certain languages. Linguistics has demonstrated that any language, however 'primitive
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- topics that reflect on humans. "One could say physical anthropology is closely related to the biological sciences just as cultural anthropology is closely related to the other social sciences and the humanities, however it is the integration of these two approaches that characterizes anthropology" (Haviland 7).Linguistic anthropology covers language of families and includes population migrations and informs the public of the importance of the culture. For example, a culture's many ways of describing a single word can denote the word's importance to that culture. "Ultimately, language is what allows people to preserve and transmit their culture from generation to generation" (Haviland 13).The
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large groups of people, we never really have more than 100-200 people within our 5 layers of social network. We are limited by social constraints such as lack of time which we can devote to forming and maintaining relationships and we are also limited by our cognitive capacity.
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Dunbar, R. I
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. and Hughes, G. (2000) DD121 Introductory Chapter. Tales of fear and frustration: The crime problem in the contempory UK, Milton Keynes, The Open University.·The Open University (2000) DD121 An Introduction to the social sciences: Understanding social change, Introductory block introductory workbook, Milton Keynes, The Open University.·The Open University (1999) DD121 An Introduction to the social sciences: Understanding social change, TV 01 The Agony and the Ecstasy: Moral Panics and Youth Culture, Milton Keynes, The Open University.
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(Marsh and Stoker 2010: 1999) Therefore, Constructivists dispute the ‘foundationalist’ ontology used by positivists and behaviouralist. Marsh and Stoker argue because the world is constructed socially, constructivists see little ‘real world’ for the study of political science. Constructivists see the social sciences as a hermeneutic effort to identify meaning, rather than explanation through casual relations. (Marsh and Stoker 2010: 80). Constructivists reject the claim by positivists that the study of natural and social sciences can use the same methods. By understanding our identity and language we can understand meaning rather than just description.
On the other hand, a positivists believe
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hypotheses, find data, draw appropriate conclusions, and select efficacious courses of action (praxis).
Reconstructionists don't believe in a predetermined curriculum. They would use the subject matter from any or all disciplines when needed to solve a problem. They would probably deal more, however, with the subject matter of social experience (the social sciences) in solving problems.
The teaching methods favored by reconstructionists are (1) the pupil-teacher dialogue and (2) praxis. Praxis is "effective action." In other words, reconstructionists favor applying the problem-solving method (scientific method) of the progressives to real-life problems. After one has reached an
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projected to decline in the electric generation but
projected to increase in research, development in engineering, scientific management, and in
consulting services (“Nuclear Engineers”). Nuclear Engineers develop many things that
contribute to research and advancement of life, but to do so they need to know how to.
A bachelor's degree is generally required for entry-level engineering jobs. Colleges
generally look for students with a well-built background in mathematics such as algebra,
geometry, trigonometry, and calculus, and sciences such as biology, chemistry, and physics.
Courses in English, social sciences, humanities, and computers are also required (“ Nuclear
Engineer”). The first two
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equilibrium theory in the postwar era has "made the theory a less useable tool" . To put it simply, economics has narrowed the horizon of what is knowable in development theory into a narrow band which comprises only the set of what can be measured. Anything else becomes nonexistent.Anxious not to lose its authority and dominance in the realm of development, a revolution has begun within economics. In order to account for the unknown forces in societal change, or what have been classified in the language of economists as market imperfections, it has sought to 'bring in' to its analyses the other social sciences. Stiglitz, for instance, recognizes that every country has a unique history, culture