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Social Inequality

Does social inequality inevitably exist naturally or is it a creation by human society and in either case what is its purpose or reason for existence?
Unfortunately for most, we cannot deny the existence of social inequality in pretty much all societies. Is it then possible to decipher whether this is an unavoidable system of nature or a construct developed over time in societies due to human behavior? For either scenario, is there a purpose for its existence? Does social inequality perhaps serve the society in misconstrued ways that benefits said society and justifies its existence? The purpose of this paper is not to debate whether social inequality should exist or not, but rather to attempt to deconstruct the social construct that is inequality and its purpose. This is not an easy question to answer but luckily much exemplary work can be used to help direct us in the right direction.
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Political Culture

you will be asked to use the learning diary to document the progress of your learning. A learning diary is an open format that allows you to write down what you think is important in regard to the topic at stake, and to describe your personal learning progress. Normally, the following items should be included:
- a brief summary of the content of the text: What you think is the most relevant and interesting learning outcome?
- a personal evaluation: Did you know all this already, what was new, are there any open questions, do you have critical comments?

Contemplating Your Future

an analysis of how you can apply new knowledge and skills related to research and evaluation, acquired in this course to your future career. Identify specific knowledge and strategies and how you intend to apply them. Identify those skills that you believe will be most applicable to achieving your future goals.

Translating Knowledge From an Evaluation Report

an analysis of how you would present the results of the evaluation to a group of social work colleagues. Identify the background information that you think they would need and the key message of your presentation. Explain the strategies that you might use to meet your colleagues interests and goals. Identify questions that your colleagues might have and what their reactions might be.


The concept of retrenchment, as described by both Paul Pierson and Jacob Hacker, is traditionally used to refer specifically efforts to roll back or otherwise undermine the benefits provided by the welfare state.  But can it also be applied to help understand other sorts of policy changes?Write an essay that applies the concepts of drift, layering, conversion, and revision to the legality of marijuana use which, after all, is still illegal at the federal level.  How have individual states and municipalities applied the various forms of retrenchment discussed by Hacker to rollback or otherwise undermine the prosecution of marijuana related offenses?  How have the conditions discussed by Hacker that lead to different styles of retrenchment influenced state and local policy choices?After addressing these questions, draw a conclusion as to whether or not you think the concept of retrenchment provides a useful frame for understanding and discussing this issue.  Either Ye

Any topic (writer’s choice)

I already have a research topic & question, which is;

"For children that are involved or have been involved in the foster care system, what are the chances of the child's educational stability being at risk?"

Then answer the following questions in the start of this research paper:
- Explain why you selected this research question.
- Describe what you already know about the problem.
- How might your practice experience inform a study regarding this problem, given the research problem that you have identified?
- What do you know about the origins, prevalence, and correlates of the problem?
- How might you apply your personal and professional knowledge and skills to the study planning process, if you were to conduct a study on this topic?
- Explain how a search of the literature on the topic that you have selected can inform both the researcher and influence the research design process.
- What functions does the literature review serve?
- How you

Diversity Essay


Submit a 1500-word reflective essay (you can go 10% above or below this limit) in response to the following questions:

What does diversity mean to you? Describe yourself by highlighting a personal diversity characteristic (e.g. race, gender, religion, social class, ideology, etc.). What challenges have you faced because of this characteristic? What changes would you like to see in society given your own experiences? How would you become an agent for change in this area?

Make sure to respond thoughtfully to all questions. This essay also tests your understanding and ability to critically engage with some of the current issues, debates, and general literature on important issues regarding human diversity. Consider all relevant course materials and readings as well as other outside sources (books, journal articles, etc.) as part of your research on the topic. A minimum of four sources (including the required texts) should be used and cited in your paper.


Discuss the discrimination against Asians during the coronavirus pandemic in terms of Orientalism

Please also refer to the articles about the situation of the discrimination against Asians.

Andrew Yang: We Asian Americans are not the virus, but we can be part of the cure
The Washington Post (April 2, 2020)

Covid-19 has inflamed racism against Asian-Americans. Here's how to fight back
April 11, 2020

The long history of US racism against Asian Americans, from yellow peril to model minority to the Chinese virus
The Conversation
April 8, 2020

Trump has no qualms about calling coronav

Reading reflection

After reading chapters 12 and 13 of your textbook, I want you to reflect on one of them by writing a 4-5 page paper. Please select one of the chapters, then identify and critically analyze at least three major themes presented throughout. More specifically, using explicit and concrete examples, you are to identify and expound on at least three separate topics covered in the chapter. Furthermore, I want you to pull in ideas and concepts from earlier in the semester. Using related examples from previous chapters, or even theories/concepts such as structural functionalism, conflict theory, symbolic interactionism, and the sociological imagination, is not merely encouraged, but required in order to maximize your grade for this assignment. Your paper should consist of a summary of the chapter, as well as a sociological analysis of the various themes you have selected. Although chapters 12 or 13 should comprise the bulk of your paper, the entire textbook is at your disposal. Finally, extra p

Diversity Within Black Lives Matter movement

Write an essay that explores some form of diversity within Black Lives Matter social movement.  Focus on the conflicts or challenges that your movement has confronted as a result of that diversity. There are many kinds of diversity you can choose from (e.g. gender, racial, national, age, tactical, ideological, regional, religious, sexual). You may focus on more than one form of diversity, but only one is required. 

1.    At least one source from the course syllabus, highlighting how the issues confronted by the movement the author wrote about are similar to or different from the issues your movement has confronted with regard to diversity. 
2.    A minimum of three outside sources. Of those three, at least two must be academic research studies (articles published in academic journals or books published with academic presses).
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