How might this major paradigm shift inform the policies, practices, and standards of your respective professions?

Social justice appears to be a major theme in my life. How do you suppose the works of W.  E. B.  Du Bois (1903/1994), Carter G.  Woodson (1933/2010), and Paulo Freire (1970/2000) influence my current work with marginalized and historically oppressed people in the twenty-first century? How might incorporating the ideologies of the previously mentioned authors influence your clinical or professional work with clients or communities? How might this major paradigm shift inform the policies, practices, and standards of your respective professions? Consider the intersections of politics and the social constructions of race, class, and gender, along with domestic and international interpretations of American exceptionalism, in your thought process. Consider how this particular question has implications relevant to the past and the future.

What are the multiple correlations of three sets of predictors and overall state of health?

What are the multiple correlations of three sets of predictors and overall state of health? The first set of predictors contains demographic variables (age and years of education). The second….

What conclusions might you draw from these data?

According to the Death Penalty Information Center, death penalty states record higher murder rates than non-deathpenalty states. On January 1, 2014, the average murder rate among death penalty states was….

How would you defend these reforms to persons who advocate for tough-on-crime approaches?

The 10-member Colson Task Force on Federal Corrections is composed of Republican and Democrat federal and state congressional leaders, a federal judge, a U.S. attorney, a state warden, a professor,….