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We are going through what many call an unprecedented health crisis in the US and

We are going through what many call an unprecedented health crisis in the US and around the world.  However, this crisis is not exactly unprecedented.  What became known as the Spanish Flu  - a global pandemic of 1918-1919 -  was a modern pandemic.  Even though the sophisticated  data collection techniques we have today were not available a hundred years ago, vital statistic information collection for death rates and cause of death were around.  According to the US Centers for Disease…

For your information I live in Bronx, New York, USA. and the current president i

For your information I live in Bronx, New York, USA. and the current president is Biden and I support him. Important: please use only the source I provided u, no plagiarism please And also use easy English please The answer for each question doesn't have to be long, also ans each question separate doesn't put all the answers together. Most important: the link for the book is down bellow, for each of my home work you have to read each…

ONLY USE THE SOURCES GIVEN Immigration and inequality is all around us- whether

ONLY USE THE SOURCES GIVEN Immigration and inequality is all around us- whether it affects you or your parents directly or it can be found somewhere along the line of your family’s life span. It’s traumatic, it’s intense, and it changes how we move through the world. But, let’s fight back! Millennials and Generation Z are known for fighting back!!!! Our activism has been crucial to taking back power from institutional structures that do not serve us- be it for…

Babies is an absorbing look at a year in the lives of four babies born in differ

Babies is an absorbing look at a year in the lives of four babies born in different cultures: the bustling city of Tokyo; rural Mongolia; the desert region of Namibia; and San Francisco. Director Thomas Balmes recorded their lives over a period of 400 days and edited his footage to reveal the inter-connectedness of human experience. For 79 minutes, babies do what babies do: they get born; fed, bathed; cry; play; learn to sit, crawl, and walk; and begin to…

Short (1 – 2 page) discussion of: a) an important argument or interpretation in

Short (1 – 2 page) discussion of: a) an important argument or interpretation in the reading and b) summarizing briefly some evidence presented by the author that supports it and c) what you think about this argument and why). reading: Mizuko Ito Personal, Portable, Pedestrian: Mobile Phones in Japanese Life (Intro., Ch.4, 6-11, 13, 15) https://apjjf.org/-Mizuko-ITO/1896/article.pdf Ian Condry Soul of Anime: Collaborative Creativity and Japan’s Media Success Story (Ch.1 & Conclusion)  see doc browse Anne Alliso Millennial Monsters: Japanese Toys…

Short (1 – 2 page) discussion of: a) an important argument or interpretation in

Short (1 – 2 page) discussion of: a) an important argument or interpretation in the reading and b) summarizing briefly some evidence presented by the author that supports it and c) what you think about this argument and why). Joseph Tobin Preschool in Three Cultures Revisited: China, Japan, and The United States (Ch. 3, 4, & 5), Merry White Perfectly Japanese: Making Families in an Era of Upheaval (Introduction, Ch. 7)

a) an important argument or interpretation in the reading and b) summarizing bri

a) an important argument or interpretation in the reading and b) summarizing briefly some evidence presented by the author that supports it and c) what you think about this argument and why). Note: No reading response needs to be written when you are leading discussion Read: Christine Yano Pink Globalization: Hello Kitty’s Trek Across the Pacific (Introduction, Ch.1-4 & 7) and Anne Allison Millennial Monsters: Japanese Toys and the Global Imagination (forward, Ch.1 & 5) Hello Kitty: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14442213.2014.934765 Millennial Monsters:…

Thinking Critically About Your Major No unread replies.No replies. For this disc

Thinking Critically About Your Major No unread replies.No replies. For this discussion review the data in this report I've prepared download. I'd like for you to examine and discuss the differences between majors and a person's gender. (1) Find your major (if you can't identify the category let me know and I'll get you started) and discuss the distribution of males and females. (2) Look up the median salary for your major at this link (Links to an external site.)…

Assignment 2 Critical thinking, information literacy, a minimum of 1250 words Go

Assignment 2 Critical thinking, information literacy, a minimum of 1250 words Go to a search engine on the internet and look for the article written by Frederick Douglass, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” and the Declaration of Independence.  Compare/contrast these 2 historical documents, should non-white races consider themselves to be free/independent and/or oppressed and is the 4th of July a holiday for them to celebrate when considering the historical racial context of the United States. Does…

ou have 2 options: – you choose one sociological theory and you find 3-4 social

ou have 2 options: - you choose one sociological theory and you find 3-4 social phenomena that derive from it. OR - you choose one social phenomenon and you find 3-4 social theories that are related to it. In both cases you have to DESCRIBE them and explain HOW these theories and phenomena are linked.  Page nr:6-8 Times new roman 11 or 12 / 1,5 spaced.  cover page is not counted as page 1...