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Myths and Reality of CrimeAs we learn in the video,Crimes of the Powerful, our

Myths and Reality of CrimeAs we learn in the video,Crimes of the Powerful, our justice system tends to focus on street crime, often ignoring much more significant problems such as white-collar, corporate, and state crime.Write a paper discussing the myths and realities of crime. Please elaborate on the following points in your essay:The paper must be three to four pages in length and formatted according to APA style. You must use at least two scholarly resources other than the textbook…

Unit VIII Research PaperFor this assignment, you will pull together the informa

Unit VIII Research PaperFor this assignment, you will pull together the information from your Unit II and Unit IV assignments to use when writing your final research paper.  To begin, make sure you have the following: title page,  your topic from Unit I,  your outline from Unit IV,  information from the four (or more) peer-reviewed, scholarly articles on your topic that you located in the CSU Online Library, as well as any other sources you have identified,…

Select a 1-8 grade level and one Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS). Using

Select a 1-8 grade level and one Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS). Using the “Class Profile” and “5E Lesson Plan Template,” create a lesson plan utilizing the 5E Model of Instruction. Ensure all instruction, activities, and assessments are aligned to the chosen NGSS, and all objectives are measurable.Along with the lesson plan, submit a 250-500 word rationale that explains how you have engaged all students in the 5Es.APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected. This assignment uses a…

Justice Quarterly: JQYou will not be allowed to use web pages or web groups suc

Justice Quarterly: JQYou will not be allowed to use web pages or web groups such as Wikipedia and Answers.com, as the information contained in these web pages are academically questionable. You cannot use web pages of a questionable background or academic source.Furthermore, you will not be permitted to cite encyclopedias, dictionaries, newspapers (unless otherwise permitted) and popular magazines. It is important to remember that this is an undergraduate level class and you are required to submit undergraduate level work, which…

  List of Articles below Bauman, S. (2006). Using comparison groups in school c

  List of Articles below Bauman, S. (2006). Using comparison groups in school counseling research: A primer. Professional School Counseling, 9(5), 357–366. Retrieved from Walden Library databases.   Kohl, P. L., Kagotho, J., & Dixon, D. (2011). Parenting practices among depressed mothers in the child welfare system. Social Work Research, 35(4), 215–225. Retrieved from Walden Library databases.   Leung, P., Erich, S., & Kanenberg, H. (2005). A comparison of family functioning in gay/lesbian, heterosexual and special needs adoptions. Children and Youth…

  Psychological Aspects of Later Adulthood Individuals in later adulthood addre

  Psychological Aspects of Later Adulthood Individuals in later adulthood address developmental tasks that are unique to their life-span phase, and many of these tasks “are psychological in nature” (Zastrow & Kirst-Ashman, 2016, p. 657). Many aspects of living as an older adult may differ significantly from what an individual experienced in an earlier phase of his or her life-span. For example, changes in older individuals’ income, living arrangements, social connections, and physical strength may influence how they view themselves,…

  Sociological Aspects of Later Adulthood Zastrow and Kirst-Ashman (2016) refer

  Sociological Aspects of Later Adulthood Zastrow and Kirst-Ashman (2016) refer to adults in later adulthood as “a population at risk” (p. 717). Why are individuals in later adulthood a vulnerable population? What role might social work play in addressing the needs of this population? This week, you consider factors that impact the vulnerability of individuals in later adulthood, including differing cultural perspectives of older individuals and consider ways to increase support for this population in your local community. Learning…

  Sampling It is impossible to study the entirety of any particular population.

  Sampling It is impossible to study the entirety of any particular population. However, researchers can collect data for their studies from a sample of a particular population. There are two methods of sampling available for researchers: probability sampling and nonprobability sampling. This week, you examine the terminology used for the sampling aspect of research as well as best practices for its implementation. Then you critique a research study’s use of sampling in order to further understand the relationship between…

  Data Collection and Measurement This week, you are introduced to preparation

  Data Collection and Measurement This week, you are introduced to preparation and operationalization procedures for measuring data. In addition, you are introduced to a variety of ways to acquire quantitative data, including secondary data, systematic observation, interviews, questionnaires, and surveys. Regardless of which method for acquiring data you use, be aware of the potential for distortion and/or response bias, or forms of measurement error. For these reasons, it is imperative to understand issues of reliability and validity in measurement.…

Answer the following question before you watch the preceding videos.  Be reflec

Answer the following question before you watch the preceding videos.  Be reflective and honest with your response (500 word min. for all responses combined). (1) What is your opinion of the immigration policy in America? Why do you feel this way? Now watch the following videos and respond to the questions below. Follow-up Questions: (2) Overall, in the last decade, how do you think American perspectives on immigration have changed? Why do you think this has happened?  (3) Why do you feel…