Summarize the main points of the video, then explain your personal reaction to / reflection upon the video.

Video Reflection “Poor Kids 2017”

Summarize the main points of the video, then explain your personal reaction to / reflection upon the video. In your paper it is not enough to say simply “ liked the video” or “ didn’t like the video.” You need to think critically about your reaction to the video/issues posed, and explain why you reacted to the video the way that you did.
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Poor Kids

Discuss whether or not there a need to rethink the concept of privacy in the digital age? Why or why not?

Week 2

In a 3-4 page paper  do the following:

Explore how privacy has changed in response to digital technology and dataveillance;

Describe what the future of privacy looks like

Discuss whether or not there a need to rethink the concept of privacy in the digital age? Why or why not?

Describe what the future of privacy looks like Discuss whether or not there a need to rethink the concept of privacy in the digital age? Why or why not?

Week 2 Soc

In a 3-4 page paper do the following: Explore how privacy has changed in response to digital technology and dataveillance; Describe what the future of privacy looks like Discuss whether or not there a need to rethink the concept of privacy in the digital age? Why or why not?

How can Social Workers advocate for social change to reduce environmental challenges for the homeless?Discuss

Working with communities and organisation in social work
Question:

How can Social Workers advocate for social change to reduce environmental challenges for the homeless?Discuss

Very Important:

The answer should discuss the various ways that social workers can carry out ADVOCACY.

Generalist Practice with Organizations and Communities. By Karen K. Kirst-Ashman, Grafton H. Hull Jr.

The Kirst Ashman text gives 5 ways:

1)Persuasion

2)Fair hearings

3)Embarrassing the target of change

4)Political pressure

5)Petitioning.

 

Why does Goldman suggest that marriage is a vehicle for subjugating women? How does monogamy perpetuate the subjugation of women?

Sex and gender

When, why and how did patriarchal relations of power between men and women emerge in human history?

What is the difference between sex and gender? According to West and Zimmerman, why is “doing gender” unavoidable?

Why does Goldman suggest that marriage is a vehicle for subjugating women? How does monogamy perpetuate the subjugation of women?

Why are equal rights like universal suffrage insufficient solutions to gender oppression? According to Goldman, what would it take to achieve a fully feminist liberation?

Why are Liberal solutions to queer oppression – gay marriage, don’t ask don’t tell, and hate crime laws – insufficient and even counterproductive in achieving true queer liberation?

 How typical is this family’s experience for the ethnic group in the city or metropolitan region? Note and explain any discrepancies.

Sociology case study..

What is assimilation? Why is it important 1) for the host society and 2) for the immigrant population?

Where did they come from? [be as specific as possible] Why did they leave? When did they arrive? What determined where they settled? Did they arrive as a family or in a “chain”? What resources, or “capital(s)”, did they bring with them that shaped the direction and pace of their assimilation?

Is there still meaningful ethnic persistence (i.e., partial assimilation) in regard to culture, social relationships, and marital choice? Does this slow or even oppose assimilation?

Is there evidence of a “new” ethnicity (e.g., Latinos, Desi, Chicano) that limits assimilation?

How typical is this family’s experience for the ethnic group in the city or metropolitan region? Note and explain any discrepancies.

With your case study in mind, is there political resistance to the group’s assimilation? Is the group assimilating in a position of inequality and subordination?

Discuss some of the structural changes and workforce changes that organizations have had to make in the last 5 years to account for advancements in technology? How has this impacted society?

Technology

Using material from the lecture as well as additional resources, and in 3-5 pages  do the following:

How has having access to digital technology positively contributed to increasing employment?

What role has digital technology played in increasing levels of unemployment?

Discuss some of the structural changes and workforce changes that organizations have had to make in the last 5 years to account for advancements in technology? How has this impacted society?

Describe how they offer new ways of approaching and understnading the workings of contemporary society.In what important and interesting ways do these approaches and understandings of social phenomena overlap, extend and/or diverge from one another? Do you find anything compelling or problematic in their appraisals of socail reality?

Drawing on these theories: Regimes of Truth, Disciplinary Societies, Surveillance Capitalism.

Describe how they offer new ways of approaching and understnading the workings of contemporary society.

In what important and interesting ways do these approaches and understandings of social phenomena overlap, extend and/or diverge from one another? Do you find anything compelling or problematic in their appraisals of socail reality? Critically assess with use of your own examples.

Demonstrate extensive knowledge of classical and contemporary empirical sociological perspectives and theories in making critical sense of the social world and lived experience.

Critically evaluate the diversity and complexity of modern and contemporary orientations within sociological theory

Evaluate and critique a range of such theoretical resources within the discipline

Reason critically about the key concepts and ideological emphasis of a range of contemporary theoretical viewpoints

Construct critical and informed arguments about their strengths and limitations

Evaluate contemporary sociological perspectives and theories in making critical sense of the social world and lived experience.