Reluctance to Complain- APA- MUST USE EXAMPLES AND REFERENCES

Reluctance to Complain- APA- MUST USE EXAMPLES AND REFERENCES

  IMPORTANT PLEASE READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS. NO PLAGIARISM! NO QUOTES, MUST PARAPHRASE. I WILL CHECK FOR RECYCLED WORK AND PLAGIARISM. THIS ASSIGNMENT IS DUE 11/25/22 AT 9PM PST. IF YOU CANT MEET THIS DEADLINE, DONT AGREE TO DO MY ASSIGNMENT. PRICE ISNT NEGOTIABLE.  PLEASE UNDERSTAND BY ACCEPTING TO DO MY WORK, I HAVE STRICT RULES. I DONT LIKE TO DISPUTE, BUT I WILL IF DIRECTIONS ARENT BEING FOLLOWED. IF I SEE SOMETHING WRONG AFTER PURCHASING, I WILL GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO FIX IT IMMEDIATELY. THIS DOESNT MEAN HOURS  LATER. IF YOU TURN SOMETHING INTO ME EARLY, I EXPECT YOU TO FIX MY ASSIGNMENT IMMEDIATELY. DONT LIE TO ME, IF THESE RULES ARENT FOLLOWED, I WILL DISPUTE     

    Analyze why patients are sometimes reluctant to complain about their health care. What could be some reasons for the reluctance to complain? How can medical providers encourage patients to express concerns about their health care? How can confidence to complain be developed among patients?  

Patient Privacy- Must include examples- APA and references

Patient Privacy- Must include examples- APA and references

 IMPORTANT PLEASE READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS. NO PLAGIARISM! NO QUOTES, MUST PARAPHRASE. I WILL CHECK FOR RECYCLED WORK AND PLAGIARISM. THIS ASSIGNMENT IS DUE 11/25/22 AT 9PM PST. IF YOU CANT MEET THIS DEADLINE, DONT AGREE TO DO MY ASSIGNMENT. PRICE ISNT NEGOTIABLE.  PLEASE UNDERSTAND BY ACCEPTING TO DO MY WORK, I HAVE STRICT RULES. I DONT LIKE TO DISPUTE, BUT I WILL IF DIRECTIONS ARENT BEING FOLLOWED. IF I SEE SOMETHING WRONG AFTER PURCHASING, I WILL GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO FIX IT IMMEDIATELY. THIS DOESNT MEAN HOURS  LATER. IF YOU TURN SOMETHING INTO ME EARLY, I EXPECT YOU TO FIX MY ASSIGNMENT IMMEDIATELY. DONT LIE TO ME, IF THESE RULES ARENT FOLLOWED, I WILL DISPUTE       

 Explain the importance of patient privacy. How can one protect the privacy of one’s health records? How can one prove that one’s medical privacy was violated? What can be done if one thinks that one’s medical privacy was violated?  

amendments writing

amendments writing

 

You are a newly hired police officer, and you have just been released from your department’s field training program, which means you are riding solo in your own patrol car. Under the terms of your probationary employment, you may be terminated for any reason until after you have been employed for 1 year. After 1 year, your employment becomes protected by civil service.

While you are on routine patrol, you notice that some of your colleagues are regularly conducting pretextual traffic stops on minority drivers to search for illegal drugs. After the officer’s conduct pretextual traffic stops, they will search the minority drivers and their cars—frequently without consent—or the officers will use implied consent to search (based on fear). By doing this, the officers are frequently successful in finding illegal drugs, which are then used to arrest the drivers. This search methodology appears to be systemic in the department. Discuss the following regarding this scenario:

  • What are the Fourth Amendment protections for drivers and their vehicles during traffic stops?
  • Explain the difference between racial profiling (illegal) and criminal profiling (legal). 
  • Define what pretextual traffic stops are. What is the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on pretextual stops? 
  • What is the difference between reasonable suspicion and probable cause?
    • Can someone be detained based on reasonable suspicion? If so, for how long?
    • Can someone be arrested based on reasonable suspicion? What is the plain feel doctrine?
  • Describe under what conditions an officer may search a vehicle, specifically when the owner declines authorization for an officer to search it.  
  • As a probationary police officer who can be legally terminated without cause during your first year of employment, how would you handle this kind of a situation, if you discovered it to be systemically happening? 

multiculturalism

multiculturalism

 

Labeling theorists are adamant about the labels that offenders are given throughout the criminal justice system. Labels, such as ex-felon, are deepening the very behavior that they are meant to halt because of stereotypes that incite an individual trying to recover after a prison term. The labeling theory argues that the criminal justice system is limited in its capacity to restrain unlawful conduct but also is a major factor in anchoring people into criminal careers.

The cultural deviance theory explains that the causes of criminal behavior in urban areas are not about the poverty suffered in those areas but the product of a distinct lower-class culture whose focal concern is deviance against the norms of society.

The theory has identified three influential versions, as follows:

  • The lower-class culture as a whole is responsible for generating crime in urban areas 
  • Urban lower-class areas produce subcultures that are responsible for the rise of crime 
  • Subcultures of crimes in urban areas where individuals band together in creating crimes for their own personal gain and satisfaction 

Assignment

  • What would be another theory and strategy to avoid stereotyping individuals in the criminal justice system?  
  • Is labeling theory a legitimate crime causation theory? Why? 
  • In your opinion, where do gangs fit within the 3 influential versions of cultural deviance theory? Why? 
  • Decide whether labeling theory or cultural deviance theory best explains the following problem, and why: 
    • The number of youths joining gangs in the inner city has doubled, while the number of gang leaders serving time in prison and being released after good conduct has increased. The crime rate for gang violence has risen 20% from last year. 

criminal justice

criminal justice

 

Read the case Trump v. Hawaii, 585 U.S. ___ (2018), and answer the following questions:

  • Summarize the facts of the case in your own words. 
  • Summarize the law that was passed to exclude certain foreign nationals. 
  • What did the Court state about the justiciability of this case?
  • What did the Court state about the plaintiffs’ standing to file the lawsuit?
  • What did the Court state regarding the president’s authority to pass this law?  
  • Finally, discuss whether you agree with the majority or with the dissenting justices. Explain your answer.

Patient Privacy- Must include examples- APA and references

Patient Privacy- Must include examples- APA and references

 IMPORTANT PLEASE READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS. NO PLAGIARISM! NO QUOTES, MUST PARAPHRASE. I WILL CHECK FOR RECYCLED WORK AND PLAGIARISM. THIS ASSIGNMENT IS DUE 11/25/22 AT 9PM PST. IF YOU CANT MEET THIS DEADLINE, DONT AGREE TO DO MY ASSIGNMENT. PRICE ISNT NEGOTIABLE.  PLEASE UNDERSTAND BY ACCEPTING TO DO MY WORK, I HAVE STRICT RULES. I DONT LIKE TO DISPUTE, BUT I WILL IF DIRECTIONS ARENT BEING FOLLOWED. IF I SEE SOMETHING WRONG AFTER PURCHASING, I WILL GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO FIX IT IMMEDIATELY. THIS DOESNT MEAN HOURS  LATER. IF YOU TURN SOMETHING INTO ME EARLY, I EXPECT YOU TO FIX MY ASSIGNMENT IMMEDIATELY. DONT LIE TO ME, IF THESE RULES ARENT FOLLOWED, I WILL DISPUTE       

 Explain the importance of patient privacy. How can one protect the privacy of one’s health records? How can one prove that one’s medical privacy was violated? What can be done if one thinks that one’s medical privacy was violated?  

Reluctance to Complain- APA- MUST USE EXAMPLES AND REFERENCES

Reluctance to Complain- APA- MUST USE EXAMPLES AND REFERENCES

  IMPORTANT PLEASE READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS. NO PLAGIARISM! NO QUOTES, MUST PARAPHRASE. I WILL CHECK FOR RECYCLED WORK AND PLAGIARISM. THIS ASSIGNMENT IS DUE 11/25/22 AT 9PM PST. IF YOU CANT MEET THIS DEADLINE, DONT AGREE TO DO MY ASSIGNMENT. PRICE ISNT NEGOTIABLE.  PLEASE UNDERSTAND BY ACCEPTING TO DO MY WORK, I HAVE STRICT RULES. I DONT LIKE TO DISPUTE, BUT I WILL IF DIRECTIONS ARENT BEING FOLLOWED. IF I SEE SOMETHING WRONG AFTER PURCHASING, I WILL GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO FIX IT IMMEDIATELY. THIS DOESNT MEAN HOURS  LATER. IF YOU TURN SOMETHING INTO ME EARLY, I EXPECT YOU TO FIX MY ASSIGNMENT IMMEDIATELY. DONT LIE TO ME, IF THESE RULES ARENT FOLLOWED, I WILL DISPUTE     

    Analyze why patients are sometimes reluctant to complain about their health care. What could be some reasons for the reluctance to complain? How can medical providers encourage patients to express concerns about their health care? How can confidence to complain be developed among patients?  

Patient Privacy- Must include examples- APA and references

Patient Privacy- Must include examples- APA and references

 IMPORTANT PLEASE READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS. NO PLAGIARISM! NO QUOTES, MUST PARAPHRASE. I WILL CHECK FOR RECYCLED WORK AND PLAGIARISM. THIS ASSIGNMENT IS DUE 11/25/22 AT 9PM PST. IF YOU CANT MEET THIS DEADLINE, DONT AGREE TO DO MY ASSIGNMENT. PRICE ISNT NEGOTIABLE.  PLEASE UNDERSTAND BY ACCEPTING TO DO MY WORK, I HAVE STRICT RULES. I DONT LIKE TO DISPUTE, BUT I WILL IF DIRECTIONS ARENT BEING FOLLOWED. IF I SEE SOMETHING WRONG AFTER PURCHASING, I WILL GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO FIX IT IMMEDIATELY. THIS DOESNT MEAN HOURS  LATER. IF YOU TURN SOMETHING INTO ME EARLY, I EXPECT YOU TO FIX MY ASSIGNMENT IMMEDIATELY. DONT LIE TO ME, IF THESE RULES ARENT FOLLOWED, I WILL DISPUTE       

 Explain the importance of patient privacy. How can one protect the privacy of one’s health records? How can one prove that one’s medical privacy was violated? What can be done if one thinks that one’s medical privacy was violated?  

amendments writing

amendments writing

 

You are a newly hired police officer, and you have just been released from your department’s field training program, which means you are riding solo in your own patrol car. Under the terms of your probationary employment, you may be terminated for any reason until after you have been employed for 1 year. After 1 year, your employment becomes protected by civil service.

While you are on routine patrol, you notice that some of your colleagues are regularly conducting pretextual traffic stops on minority drivers to search for illegal drugs. After the officer’s conduct pretextual traffic stops, they will search the minority drivers and their cars—frequently without consent—or the officers will use implied consent to search (based on fear). By doing this, the officers are frequently successful in finding illegal drugs, which are then used to arrest the drivers. This search methodology appears to be systemic in the department. Discuss the following regarding this scenario:

  • What are the Fourth Amendment protections for drivers and their vehicles during traffic stops?
  • Explain the difference between racial profiling (illegal) and criminal profiling (legal). 
  • Define what pretextual traffic stops are. What is the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on pretextual stops? 
  • What is the difference between reasonable suspicion and probable cause?
    • Can someone be detained based on reasonable suspicion? If so, for how long?
    • Can someone be arrested based on reasonable suspicion? What is the plain feel doctrine?
  • Describe under what conditions an officer may search a vehicle, specifically when the owner declines authorization for an officer to search it.  
  • As a probationary police officer who can be legally terminated without cause during your first year of employment, how would you handle this kind of a situation, if you discovered it to be systemically happening? 

multiculturalism

multiculturalism

 

Labeling theorists are adamant about the labels that offenders are given throughout the criminal justice system. Labels, such as ex-felon, are deepening the very behavior that they are meant to halt because of stereotypes that incite an individual trying to recover after a prison term. The labeling theory argues that the criminal justice system is limited in its capacity to restrain unlawful conduct but also is a major factor in anchoring people into criminal careers.

The cultural deviance theory explains that the causes of criminal behavior in urban areas are not about the poverty suffered in those areas but the product of a distinct lower-class culture whose focal concern is deviance against the norms of society.

The theory has identified three influential versions, as follows:

  • The lower-class culture as a whole is responsible for generating crime in urban areas 
  • Urban lower-class areas produce subcultures that are responsible for the rise of crime 
  • Subcultures of crimes in urban areas where individuals band together in creating crimes for their own personal gain and satisfaction 

Assignment

  • What would be another theory and strategy to avoid stereotyping individuals in the criminal justice system?  
  • Is labeling theory a legitimate crime causation theory? Why? 
  • In your opinion, where do gangs fit within the 3 influential versions of cultural deviance theory? Why? 
  • Decide whether labeling theory or cultural deviance theory best explains the following problem, and why: 
    • The number of youths joining gangs in the inner city has doubled, while the number of gang leaders serving time in prison and being released after good conduct has increased. The crime rate for gang violence has risen 20% from last year.