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Assignment: Social Problem Research

Responding to the social problems that affect the populations you serve as a social worker is only one aspect of the professional responsibility you must undertake. The ability to be proactive by identifying disparities and gaps in policies is just as important. However, in order to be an effective advocate and to fully participate in the policy process, it is important that you be able to connect theory and research to policy-making decisions. Having the knowledge and skills to implement new policies and policy alternatives without creating new disparities is a skill all social workers need to possess.

For this Assignment, consider what you have learned about the possible causes of the social problem you selected.

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Assignment (2–4 pages, APA format):….

Benefits, Costs, and Decisions

Managerial Economics provides insight on how to make successful business decisions.  Please provide your favorite topics discussed (topics below) and tell why.  How can you use the information covered in the next thirty days?  Include a minimum of one reference.

Topics discussed: Benefits, Costs, and Decisions

Extent and Investment Decisions

Pricing, Economies of Scale, and Markets

Market Structure and Strategy

Complex Pricing

Strategic Decision Making

Uncertainty

Describe and explain your views on contraceptives for both men and women. Be sure to reference any outside resource you use in your post.

Directions: Using reputable websites, such as the CDC.gov, NIH.gov, or WHO.gov (do NOT use blogs, wikis, or any site ending in .com or .net) write discussions listing all questions mentioned

The efficiency of transmission for any respiratory virus has important implications for containment and mitigation strategies. The current study indicates an estimated basic reproduction number (R0) of 2.2, which means that, on average, each infected person spreads the infection to an additional two persons. Until this number falls below 1.0, it is likely that the outbreak will continue to spread. Recent reports of high titers of virus in the oropharynx early in the course of disease arouse concern about increased infectivity during the period of minimal symptoms. China, the United States, and several other countries have instituted temporary….

For the interpreter to interpret objectively and accurately, he or she needs to consider 5 qualifications of the interpreter, by Williams & Craig and Robert (introduction to biblical interpretation, third edition pg. 5). List the 5 qualifications that can puts the interpreter in the best valid way to interpret the biblical text.

(JONAH-OK) (BrianMc)

You must reply to each of the following 2 responses in separate threads. Consider these questions with the information in your textbooks in mind, but feel free to use other sources as needed to add to the conversation.

PROVIDE A RESPONSE TO ITEM #1 BELOW

MINIMUM OF 200 WORDS

For the interpreter to interpret objectively and accurately, he or she needs to consider 5 qualifications of the interpreter, by Williams & Craig and Robert (introduction to biblical interpretation, third edition pg. 5).

List the 5 qualifications that can puts the interpreter in the best valid way to interpret the biblical text.

Reasoned faith in the God who reveals: The bible uses the term “faith” to describe the essential element in this relationship. And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes….

Did you learn about genocide in school? Should subjects such as the Holocaust be taught, and if so how (see Hirsch & Kacandes, 2004)?

Throughout history, man has been the perpetrator of some of the most vicious crimes against humanity. This has resulted in the mass killings of hundreds and thousands of innocent men, women and children around the world. The Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948, defines genocide as any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

a)   killing members of the group;

b)   causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

c)   deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its psychical destruction in whole or in part;

d)   imposing measures intended to prevent births….