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First, explore the AAMwebsite: http://blog.angryasianman.comand browse through A

First, explore the AAMwebsite: http://blog.angryasianman.comand browse through Angry Asian Man’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/angryasianman,and read selected pages from Chapter 9 on Asian American New Media Practices in our coursebook, Asian Americans and the Media/Ono and Pham, pp.140-148. Second, answer the following questions: 1) What is angryasianman.com? Why do you think it not only exists but thrives (at its height, the website received a hundred thousand views a month) ~ and now has extended to a Twitter feed? 2) How do you understand…

Environmentalism ONE PAGE Journal Reading: “How ‘Silent Spring’ Ignited the Envi

Environmentalism ONE PAGE Journal Reading: “How ‘Silent Spring’ Ignited the Environmental Movement”: https://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/23/magazine/how-silent-spring-ignited-the-environmental-movement.html?ref=energy-environment&_moc.semityn.www Journal due 4/8: For Thursday, bring and briefly analyze an image associated with the environmental movement in the 1950s-70s (be ready to upload during discussion)

Hello you have done a review paper for me before This is the link  https://ww

Hello you have done a review paper for me before This is the link  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xabWOU6tU-M M  n t his module, you w ill learn the following important subjects Sociohistorical Perspective Institutionalized Racism The Winds of Change Urban Unrest The Bell Curve Debate Language as Prejudice Social Indicators of Black Progress Race or Class? African and Afro-Caribbean Immigrants Assimilation Sociological Analysis Retrospect Assimilation Sociological Analysis Retrospect The Bell Curve Debate Language as Prejudice Social Indicators of Black Progress Race or Class?…

PURPOSE AND TEST OBJECTIVES This examination is designed to evaluate two (2) thi

PURPOSE AND TEST OBJECTIVES This examination is designed to evaluate two (2) things:  First, it is used to determine if students comprehend the course content and can apply the concepts presented (e.g., synthesis and application).  Second, it provides students with a way to measure their level of effort against the expectations of the instructor.  It is my sincere hope that each of you will do extremely well! FORMAT (105 POINTS POSSIBLE) Short Answer Questions:  Seven (7) questions each worth 15…

IColleagues’ response1: Quantitative research is used to analyze problems by gen

IColleagues' response1: Quantitative research is used to analyze problems by generating numerical data that can be transformed into usable statistics. It can be used to quantify opinions, behaviors, attitudes, demographic differences, and many other defined variables within a larger sample population. While producing quantitative research, researchers may seek to measure and analyze data to formulate facts or uncover the meaning or reasoning behind various social phenomena. When conducting quantitative research, multiple modes of collecting data, such as online surveys, telephone…

Write a minimum 300-word essay that answers the following questions: 1)Based on

Write a minimum 300-word essay that answers the following questions: 1)Based on the article you chose, what is the political issue and why is it important to voters in the U.S.? 2)How do current political parties in the U.S. stand on the issue? Do you think their stances are reasonable and based on facts or are they designed to simply appeal to voters’ biases and emotions? (See Chapter 16 for information on political parties.) 3)How can social science research be…

Prompt: Complete the following short answer questions with a sentence two per qu

Prompt: Complete the following short answer questions with a sentence two per question: 1. Provide an example of an implicit bias and an explicit bias. The examples may be from your own life, from something you have observed, or from the resources reviewed in this module. 2. Why is it important to understand these biases? How can these biases influence human behavior? Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Submit your short answers in a Microsoft Word document. Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs…

Write up your project covering the following points:  A.An appraisal of the com

Write up your project covering the following points:  A.An appraisal of the community's social organization:  Is it egalitarian or hierarchical?  What are the major social, cultural, and economic divisions in the community?  What are the belief structures and ideologies of the community?  Use these questions to frame your thesis statement.  (Introduction to your research paper.) B.A case study of a particular aspect of the community, for example, its politics, family structure, economy, responses to foreign aid and NGOs, or religion. …

USE THIS ARTICLE: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/28/world/americas/biden-immig

USE THIS ARTICLE: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/28/world/americas/biden-immigration-reform.html?searchResultPosition=2 ***PLEASE Answer to ALL Questions below (3 page total) Include the title of the article, author, date published, newspaper, and html address of the article if accessed on-line. b. Include a one-page summary of the article detailing: a.    The question/issue that the author is addressing and/or investigating b.    The method/evidence that the author employs (i.e. demographics, statistics, interviews). c.    Respond to the author’s argument and main points by linking AT LEAST one theoretical framework from the…

Week 5 31-4 Feb. Volume Decreases when you get Further Away. How far a sound tra

Week 5 31-4 Feb. Volume Decreases when you get Further Away. How far a sound travel in the ocean? Sc4/4.1e To recognise that sounds get fainter as the distance from the sound source increases    -I can describe how sounds change over distance. -I can explain why sounds travel better through  liquids ( water ) than    gases ( air). Working scientifically Record findings using simple scientific language, drawings, and labeled diagrams, when measuring the sound loudness and faint by…