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1. America has certain advantages in terms of geography and natural resources as discussed in the text and lecture. Details these and comment on their importance to our nation’s development. 

2. Article V in the constitution specifies the process by which the constitution can be amended. Explain all options in this process in detail. Identify at least two recent proposals to amend the constitution discussed in either the text or lecture

3. Define the concept of power as presented in the lecture. Discuss the nature of power. Why is power both necessary for government but dangerous, as well? Be sure to present detailed examples from lecture or current events to illustrate your assertions.

4. What is the national supremacy clause? Why is it important? In your answer be sure to address the U.S. Supreme Court case of McCulloch v. Maryland.

5. It is said, in demographic terms, that America is graying. What does this mean? What is causing it? Be specific. What is the AARP and why are they becoming increasingly politically important?

6. Is federalism a good system? Provide two pros and two cons from the text/lecture discussion in Chapter 3. What do you think? Provide a clear explanation.

7. Define the term democracy. What is meant by the term representative democracy? Is the United States a representative democracy? Provide examples illustrating your answer.

8. Hispanics/Latinos are becoming increasingly important in our political system. Provide a detailed breakdown of demographics for this group as discussed in the text and lecture. What are some of the differences within this group? Be specific.

9. The constitution structures our government with separation of powers, creating checks and balances. Describe this system in detail, including the role of federalism. Provide examples illustrating how the system works.

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1. America has certain advantages in terms of geography and natural resources as discussed in the text and lecture. Details these and comment on their importance to our nation’s development. 

2. Article V in the constitution specifies the process by which the constitution can be amended. Explain all options in this process in detail. Identify at least two recent proposals to amend the constitution discussed in either the text or lecture

3. Define the concept of power as presented in the lecture. Discuss the nature of power. Why is power both necessary for government but dangerous, as well? Be sure to present detailed examples from lecture or current events to illustrate your assertions.

4. What is the national supremacy clause? Why is it important? In your answer be sure to address the U.S. Supreme Court case of McCulloch v. Maryland.

5. It is said, in demographic terms, that America is graying. What does this mean? What is causing it? Be specific. What is the AARP and why are they becoming increasingly politically important?

6. Is federalism a good system? Provide two pros and two cons from the text/lecture discussion in Chapter 3. What do you think? Provide a clear explanation.

7. Define the term democracy. What is meant by the term representative democracy? Is the United States a representative democracy? Provide examples illustrating your answer.

8. Hispanics/Latinos are becoming increasingly important in our political system. Provide a detailed breakdown of demographics for this group as discussed in the text and lecture. What are some of the differences within this group? Be specific.

9. The constitution structures our government with separation of powers, creating checks and balances. Describe this system in detail, including the role of federalism. Provide examples illustrating how the system works.

Diversity Awareness

Diversity Awareness

  

Discussion 1

In BEHS 220 (Diversity Awareness), you may have learned about the many ways of “being human.” The United States is a culturally diverse country, and while we continue today to grapple with tensions related to race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, religion, and age, the very fact that we can have public debates about matters related to diversity is some measure of social progress. Across the globe, there are many instances where groups of people continue to be oppressed along dimensions of diversity.

For this discussion, you will review some terminology related to diversity and cross-cultural relations, and then you will demonstrate your understanding of these terms as they relate to a practice that most in the United States would agree is unpalatable. 

Review this week’s Learning Resources.

Here are some terms that are often included in discussions about diversity:

• Cultural pluralism is the recognition that society consists of many diverse groups that have unique cultural identities and practices that continue to exist within a larger, more dominant society.

• Multicultural societies consist of many diverse groups, none of which are socially dominant.

• Cultural relativism is the idea that an individual’s behavior and beliefs can only be understood in terms of that individual’s culture.

For this discussion, respond to the following questions:

• What is the cultural basis for female genital mutilation (FGM)?

• What would a “cultural relativist” say regarding the acceptability of FGM?

• How can we reconcile cultural relativism with the need for human rights?

• What role does globalization play in changing cultural practices?

When writing your posts, it is very important that you focus not just on summary but also on analysis. These posts are how I determine your mastery of the material and your critical thinking. Remember:

• Make sure you start your initial post as a New Thread in the LEO Discussion board, or I might not find it when I grade.

• Your first paragraph needs to be an introduction to your post.

• Your final paragraph should be a conclusion which pulls your ideas together. 

• Your middle paragraphs should discuss your arguments. 

• All posts need to be written in APA style and cite resources. You are encouraged to draw on resources from your courses across your entire major. There is not a lot of new information learned in this course, as I want to see you bringing together all of what you have learned at this college.

• Please check your post against the Guide for Good Writing before you submit it, as points will be deducted if you make those common writing errors. (This document is located in the Writing Resources module.)

Discussion 2

This week, we continue our look at some important contemporary social problems in order to get us in the habit of thinking from an interdisciplinary social science perspective.

Trayvon Martin. Ferguson. Freddie Gray. “I can’t breathe.” These names and phrases have taken on special significance in recent years as iconic touchpoints highlighting systemic racial injustice in the United States. These touchpoints have given rise to a modern wave of Black activism that is reminiscent of the Civil Rights movement of the mid 1900’s. Leading the way is the “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) movement which emerged in response to the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012 and continues to have a voice in matters of inequality that impact Black Americans. 

The “Black Lives Matter” movement has sparked a fervid national conversation on the state of race relations that is multilayered and complex. At its core, the movement raises concerns about the treatment of Black Americans across many social institutions (e.g. law enforcement, criminal justice, employment, education, etc.), but other debates have emerged from the movement. Should the concerns of Black Americans be considered separately or as part of a larger conversation that includes all races? Why is the phrase “All Lives Matter” antithetical to the goals of the BLM movement? How does the BLM movement address black-on-black violence? How do minorities reconcile oppression with patriotism?

As social scientists, you may be called upon to provide an opinion on difficult social topics like race and racism. By now you know that an informed opinion should be measured, based on evidence, and take into account multiple perspectives. For this topic, it’s important to understand the historical underpinnings of Black activism that have led to the “Black Lives Matter” movement of today.

Explore this week’s Learning Resources as well as the following pages from the BlackLivesMatter.com site:

• http://blacklivesmatter.com/about/

• http://blacklivesmatter.com/herstory/

• https://blacklivesmatter.com/blm-demands/

After reviewing these resources (and others that you may find), respond to the following questions: 

1) Identify some pivotal moments or issues from before the year 2000 that have shaped the civil rights movement and set the stage for the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

2) In your own words, what is the “Black Lives Matter” Movement and what is its primary mission?

3) How have people from diverse backgrounds reacted to the “Black Lives Matter” Movement? Provide some examples from the news or the Web to support your response. Remember to cite your sources.

4) How might social scientists from different disciplines talk about these issues? For example, what questions would a psychologist ask compared to an anthropologist? What issues would be the focus of a sociologist? How might a gerontologist frame this problem (think about what older people may have witnessed or experienced regarding race relations)? What other social scientists might be interested in this issue?

5) What are some potential controversies inherent in this issue? Think about why this social problem might be difficult to solve. Are there gaps in our knowledge? Lack of resources? Opposing political views? Think broadly and from an interdisciplinary perspective in order to respond to this question. 

6) Where does the solution lie? Are there policies that need to be changed or enacted to resolve the issue? Are there programs or services that might help? What agencies or industries are best equipped to help?

When writing your posts, it is very important that you focus not just on summary but also on analysis. These posts are how I determine your mastery of the material and your critical thinking.

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THE DISCUSSION QUESTION IS 

“Obviously, Americans are a very diverse people. Describe in detail and comment on at least two dimensions of this diversity discussed in the Magleby text. “

MUST BE 8 SENTENCES USE THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS TO DO THE DISCUSSION FORUM

Diversity Awareness

Diversity Awareness

  

Discussion 1

In BEHS 220 (Diversity Awareness), you may have learned about the many ways of “being human.” The United States is a culturally diverse country, and while we continue today to grapple with tensions related to race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, religion, and age, the very fact that we can have public debates about matters related to diversity is some measure of social progress. Across the globe, there are many instances where groups of people continue to be oppressed along dimensions of diversity.

For this discussion, you will review some terminology related to diversity and cross-cultural relations, and then you will demonstrate your understanding of these terms as they relate to a practice that most in the United States would agree is unpalatable. 

Review this week’s Learning Resources.

Here are some terms that are often included in discussions about diversity:

• Cultural pluralism is the recognition that society consists of many diverse groups that have unique cultural identities and practices that continue to exist within a larger, more dominant society.

• Multicultural societies consist of many diverse groups, none of which are socially dominant.

• Cultural relativism is the idea that an individual’s behavior and beliefs can only be understood in terms of that individual’s culture.

For this discussion, respond to the following questions:

• What is the cultural basis for female genital mutilation (FGM)?

• What would a “cultural relativist” say regarding the acceptability of FGM?

• How can we reconcile cultural relativism with the need for human rights?

• What role does globalization play in changing cultural practices?

When writing your posts, it is very important that you focus not just on summary but also on analysis. These posts are how I determine your mastery of the material and your critical thinking. Remember:

• Make sure you start your initial post as a New Thread in the LEO Discussion board, or I might not find it when I grade.

• Your first paragraph needs to be an introduction to your post.

• Your final paragraph should be a conclusion which pulls your ideas together. 

• Your middle paragraphs should discuss your arguments. 

• All posts need to be written in APA style and cite resources. You are encouraged to draw on resources from your courses across your entire major. There is not a lot of new information learned in this course, as I want to see you bringing together all of what you have learned at this college.

• Please check your post against the Guide for Good Writing before you submit it, as points will be deducted if you make those common writing errors. (This document is located in the Writing Resources module.)

Discussion 2

This week, we continue our look at some important contemporary social problems in order to get us in the habit of thinking from an interdisciplinary social science perspective.

Trayvon Martin. Ferguson. Freddie Gray. “I can’t breathe.” These names and phrases have taken on special significance in recent years as iconic touchpoints highlighting systemic racial injustice in the United States. These touchpoints have given rise to a modern wave of Black activism that is reminiscent of the Civil Rights movement of the mid 1900’s. Leading the way is the “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) movement which emerged in response to the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012 and continues to have a voice in matters of inequality that impact Black Americans. 

The “Black Lives Matter” movement has sparked a fervid national conversation on the state of race relations that is multilayered and complex. At its core, the movement raises concerns about the treatment of Black Americans across many social institutions (e.g. law enforcement, criminal justice, employment, education, etc.), but other debates have emerged from the movement. Should the concerns of Black Americans be considered separately or as part of a larger conversation that includes all races? Why is the phrase “All Lives Matter” antithetical to the goals of the BLM movement? How does the BLM movement address black-on-black violence? How do minorities reconcile oppression with patriotism?

As social scientists, you may be called upon to provide an opinion on difficult social topics like race and racism. By now you know that an informed opinion should be measured, based on evidence, and take into account multiple perspectives. For this topic, it’s important to understand the historical underpinnings of Black activism that have led to the “Black Lives Matter” movement of today.

Explore this week’s Learning Resources as well as the following pages from the BlackLivesMatter.com site:

• http://blacklivesmatter.com/about/

• http://blacklivesmatter.com/herstory/

• https://blacklivesmatter.com/blm-demands/

After reviewing these resources (and others that you may find), respond to the following questions: 

1) Identify some pivotal moments or issues from before the year 2000 that have shaped the civil rights movement and set the stage for the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

2) In your own words, what is the “Black Lives Matter” Movement and what is its primary mission?

3) How have people from diverse backgrounds reacted to the “Black Lives Matter” Movement? Provide some examples from the news or the Web to support your response. Remember to cite your sources.

4) How might social scientists from different disciplines talk about these issues? For example, what questions would a psychologist ask compared to an anthropologist? What issues would be the focus of a sociologist? How might a gerontologist frame this problem (think about what older people may have witnessed or experienced regarding race relations)? What other social scientists might be interested in this issue?

5) What are some potential controversies inherent in this issue? Think about why this social problem might be difficult to solve. Are there gaps in our knowledge? Lack of resources? Opposing political views? Think broadly and from an interdisciplinary perspective in order to respond to this question. 

6) Where does the solution lie? Are there policies that need to be changed or enacted to resolve the issue? Are there programs or services that might help? What agencies or industries are best equipped to help?

When writing your posts, it is very important that you focus not just on summary but also on analysis. These posts are how I determine your mastery of the material and your critical thinking.

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THE DISCUSSION QUESTION IS 

“Obviously, Americans are a very diverse people. Describe in detail and comment on at least two dimensions of this diversity discussed in the Magleby text. “

MUST BE 8 SENTENCES USE THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS TO DO THE DISCUSSION FORUM

Diversity Awareness

Diversity Awareness

  

Discussion 1

In BEHS 220 (Diversity Awareness), you may have learned about the many ways of “being human.” The United States is a culturally diverse country, and while we continue today to grapple with tensions related to race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, religion, and age, the very fact that we can have public debates about matters related to diversity is some measure of social progress. Across the globe, there are many instances where groups of people continue to be oppressed along dimensions of diversity.

For this discussion, you will review some terminology related to diversity and cross-cultural relations, and then you will demonstrate your understanding of these terms as they relate to a practice that most in the United States would agree is unpalatable. 

Review this week’s Learning Resources.

Here are some terms that are often included in discussions about diversity:

• Cultural pluralism is the recognition that society consists of many diverse groups that have unique cultural identities and practices that continue to exist within a larger, more dominant society.

• Multicultural societies consist of many diverse groups, none of which are socially dominant.

• Cultural relativism is the idea that an individual’s behavior and beliefs can only be understood in terms of that individual’s culture.

For this discussion, respond to the following questions:

• What is the cultural basis for female genital mutilation (FGM)?

• What would a “cultural relativist” say regarding the acceptability of FGM?

• How can we reconcile cultural relativism with the need for human rights?

• What role does globalization play in changing cultural practices?

When writing your posts, it is very important that you focus not just on summary but also on analysis. These posts are how I determine your mastery of the material and your critical thinking. Remember:

• Make sure you start your initial post as a New Thread in the LEO Discussion board, or I might not find it when I grade.

• Your first paragraph needs to be an introduction to your post.

• Your final paragraph should be a conclusion which pulls your ideas together. 

• Your middle paragraphs should discuss your arguments. 

• All posts need to be written in APA style and cite resources. You are encouraged to draw on resources from your courses across your entire major. There is not a lot of new information learned in this course, as I want to see you bringing together all of what you have learned at this college.

• Please check your post against the Guide for Good Writing before you submit it, as points will be deducted if you make those common writing errors. (This document is located in the Writing Resources module.)

Discussion 2

This week, we continue our look at some important contemporary social problems in order to get us in the habit of thinking from an interdisciplinary social science perspective.

Trayvon Martin. Ferguson. Freddie Gray. “I can’t breathe.” These names and phrases have taken on special significance in recent years as iconic touchpoints highlighting systemic racial injustice in the United States. These touchpoints have given rise to a modern wave of Black activism that is reminiscent of the Civil Rights movement of the mid 1900’s. Leading the way is the “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) movement which emerged in response to the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012 and continues to have a voice in matters of inequality that impact Black Americans. 

The “Black Lives Matter” movement has sparked a fervid national conversation on the state of race relations that is multilayered and complex. At its core, the movement raises concerns about the treatment of Black Americans across many social institutions (e.g. law enforcement, criminal justice, employment, education, etc.), but other debates have emerged from the movement. Should the concerns of Black Americans be considered separately or as part of a larger conversation that includes all races? Why is the phrase “All Lives Matter” antithetical to the goals of the BLM movement? How does the BLM movement address black-on-black violence? How do minorities reconcile oppression with patriotism?

As social scientists, you may be called upon to provide an opinion on difficult social topics like race and racism. By now you know that an informed opinion should be measured, based on evidence, and take into account multiple perspectives. For this topic, it’s important to understand the historical underpinnings of Black activism that have led to the “Black Lives Matter” movement of today.

Explore this week’s Learning Resources as well as the following pages from the BlackLivesMatter.com site:

• http://blacklivesmatter.com/about/

• http://blacklivesmatter.com/herstory/

• https://blacklivesmatter.com/blm-demands/

After reviewing these resources (and others that you may find), respond to the following questions: 

1) Identify some pivotal moments or issues from before the year 2000 that have shaped the civil rights movement and set the stage for the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

2) In your own words, what is the “Black Lives Matter” Movement and what is its primary mission?

3) How have people from diverse backgrounds reacted to the “Black Lives Matter” Movement? Provide some examples from the news or the Web to support your response. Remember to cite your sources.

4) How might social scientists from different disciplines talk about these issues? For example, what questions would a psychologist ask compared to an anthropologist? What issues would be the focus of a sociologist? How might a gerontologist frame this problem (think about what older people may have witnessed or experienced regarding race relations)? What other social scientists might be interested in this issue?

5) What are some potential controversies inherent in this issue? Think about why this social problem might be difficult to solve. Are there gaps in our knowledge? Lack of resources? Opposing political views? Think broadly and from an interdisciplinary perspective in order to respond to this question. 

6) Where does the solution lie? Are there policies that need to be changed or enacted to resolve the issue? Are there programs or services that might help? What agencies or industries are best equipped to help?

When writing your posts, it is very important that you focus not just on summary but also on analysis. These posts are how I determine your mastery of the material and your critical thinking.

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THE DISCUSSION QUESTION IS 

“Obviously, Americans are a very diverse people. Describe in detail and comment on at least two dimensions of this diversity discussed in the Magleby text. “

MUST BE 8 SENTENCES USE THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS TO DO THE DISCUSSION FORUM

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THE DISCUSSION QUESTION IS 

“Obviously, Americans are a very diverse people. Describe in detail and comment on at least two dimensions of this diversity discussed in the Magleby text. “

MUST BE 8 SENTENCES USE THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS TO DO THE DISCUSSION FORUM

One Page about women’s rights

One Page about women’s rights

Informative, good blogging is more than just random thoughts on the screen. They convey a coherent, organized theme or set of ideas. For people to take your blog seriously (when blogging about a serious topic), they need to have thought, good analysis, and a point that conveys part of the story you are trying to create. So, your blog needs to have some thought to it.

You should feel free to find other sources about blogging on the internet. The more you know, the more effective you can make your message.

What will you and your peers be looking for when we read your blog? Here are some tips for making good blog entries and pages.

On the Writing

  • Create a resource for people — your blog is not a newspaper, it’s a reflection of what you have as your passion for the subject. While you might reference news articles as a basis of your ideas, be informative and convey that information. You are writing for an interested audience.
  • Don’t under or over-write — keep your entries between 300 – 1000 words.
  • When writing, have a point! Don’t open your word editor and just barf out words. Have a point and elaborate on that point
  • Think about why you are blogging and what information you are going to convey to your target audience.
  • Have conviction! Pick a side, make an argument. If you turn out to be wrong, admit it, and move along. Think about commentary that is left and play off of ideas.
  • Keep the writing simple and short; no need to have multiple compound sentences linked by a couple of hundred semicolons. Keep in mind, this is a different kind of writing style than you will be doing in other sections of the course.
  • Go back and read what you wrote on the blog entry. Think about these things:
    • Catchy title?
    • Keywords (not so critical for the class, but it is important in developing blogging skills)
    • Links work?
    • Did you cite your sources appropriately and link to them?
    • Does your entry have credibility? Ideas and thoughts supported with something are best. Your blog shouldn’t always be a personal journal but an informative journal.
    • Do not copy or plagiarize other blogs or sites. With appropriate links and citations, they can be the basis for a good blog entry, but you need to give credit where credit is due. Likewise, add something to it. A blog entry shouldn’t be “Umm, here’s something cool” with a link.
    • Feel free to spread your words of wisdom on social media — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Reddit… and with friends; wherever you want your audience to be or where you think they are.

Expect criticism! It’s a good thing if it’s constructive and gets you thinking about it.

Find inspiration through current events, new studies

Just read the blog part that I attached for you I need a reference in the end okay

and please no copy and paste please the teach is really hard okay buddy