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Conceptualizations of Racism in Contemporary Term Paper

… Britain thus appears to be very much focused on the past in its political and class systems. In fact, the practice of classifying people according to occupation and income began as early as 1851. And this also is only focused on the class system as it is known today. The class system has begun much earlier in British history, with servants and royalty being the opposite sides of the scale. Today racism is closely bound up with this system. It is unfortunate that theories such as racial inferiority should be combined with practices such as marginalization in order to ensure an unfair social structure.

Britain is however moving into a century where equality issues are of major importance. Thus by means of protests and continuous…. [read more]


Children's Conceptualization of Race Essay

… All of these factors accounted for negative feelings for both the disabled and that which they perceived from others.

Philip Kretsedemas' article, "Language barriers & perceptions of bias: ethnic differences in immigrant encounters with the welfare system" attests to pronounced differences in the treatment of Hispanic and Haitian immigrants via the welfare system in Miami-Dade county. The author's research, a comparative study to both of these groups, which are largely situated in respective welfare centers within Miami-Dade County, found that this program is significantly more advantageous to Hispanics. Virtually all of the workers at the welfare offices visited by predominantly Hispanic people spoke both Spanish and English; it was rare to find a worker in the Haitian offices that spoke Haitian Creole. Consequently, Hispanics got…. [read more]


Criminal Justice Gaetz, S. (July Term Paper

… Survey respondents were California and New York residents and are composed of an ethnically-diverse sample, with the inclusion of white Americans, black Americans, Hispanics, and other members of minority groups.

Since the study is one of the pilot studies that attempt to provide an empirical description and explanation of racial profiling, it is important to discuss how the variables used in the study will have a bearing on future studies about the topic. The first phone-in survey, which was conducted in California, involves a description of incidences of racial profiling among the respondents and the establishment of the sample's general profile or socio-demographic characteristics. The second survey was a New York youth telephone survey, and is more in-depth in its scope compared to the first…. [read more]


Racial Profiling: Driving While Black Term Paper

… First, it is axiomatic that social work practice "starts where the client is.".... Second, the perspective of the individual, group, or organization is important because social workers often have the opportunity to give voice to or to recognize and legitimate clients' concerns.... Finally, the perspective of clients is significant because the fundamental goals of our profession are to promote human well-being and social justice.

This balance between individual well-being and institutional/governmental goals is not achieved in our current American mode of legal justice, which either seeks a perfect "balance" between the two sides or, in the adverserial system, goes to one side or the other -- with no underlying normative mandates to tip the balance.

In contrast, social work theory balances the individual and social…. [read more]


Reasons Why Cosmetic Surgery Practices Have Become so Popular in the Contemporary South Korean Society Essay

… Plastic Surgery in Korea

Plastic Surgery in South Korea

The South Korean's seeming fascination with cosmetic surgery is frequently reported on both in Asia and the West, largely for its recounted abnormal use rate by both women and men. Though there is a deficiency in dependable data regarding the amounts of individuals who select to endure cosmetic surgery in South Korea, the statistics are substantial. The estimations range from 15 to 30% of all South Koreans have endured some method of plastic surgery, the statistics pertaining to certain age groups of females being characteristically greater (Kim, 2010, p. 23). This is obviously a huge social issue, and one that eludes simplistic explanations, and perplexes academics and policy makers in Korea. What is emerging from this…. [read more]


Black Films as a Reflection of the Progress of African-American Culture Essay

… Black Films as a Reflection of the Progress of African-American Society

From the first African slave to set foot on American soil, to the election of Barack Obama, there has been a tremendous metamorphosis of the African-American community's stature within the culture of the United States. Where Within Our Gates provided one of the first proverbial dips into the waters of African-American's being able to express their genuine opinions, films such as Do the Right Thing and Shaft were vibrant expressions of passion and rage that pulled no punches. This dramatic change did not happen overnight, and to illustrate this, this paper will utilize films from the black film canon that individually signify the gradual steps African-Americans took to improve their social standing in the…. [read more]


Britain: The Cultural Identity of a Colonizing Term Paper

… ¶ … Britain: The cultural identity of a colonizing nation through communal self-Awareness and consciousness

Imagined Communities, Beyond Imagined Communities and the Island Race allow us to conceptualize the concept of Britain as a derived nation-state, where the derivation mirrors that of any state, especially one which, throughout its history, has had a history of colonization.

Imagined Communities, by Anderson, posits the following definition of nationalism: it is an imagined political community that is imagined as both inherently limited and sovereign. It is imagined because members will never know most of their fellow-members, yet in the minds of each lives the image of their communion. It is limited because it has finite, though elastic boundaries beyond which lie other nations. It is sovereign because it…. [read more]


Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Thesis

… Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action

This brief study examines the issue of the policies of Affirmative Action and the policies of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Findings in this brief study demonstrate that Affirmative Action policies are outdated and are in a need of review due to the unforeseen and reverse discrimination perpetrated by these policies which were intended to mitigate and eradicate discriminatory practices.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION and

HUMAN RESOURCE ManagementS ROLE

Human Resource Management's role is critically important in terms of the equal opportunity for employment and specifically in regards to affirmative action in the hiring process as well as in other areas of relations with employees of the organization. Affirmative Action was very important and greatly needed at…. [read more]


Death Penalty in U.S. How Does Race Impact Its Application Term Paper

… Death Penalty & Race in America

Death Penalty: How Does Race Impact its Application?

The death penalty and the race / ethnicity of those who are actually put to death - and those on death row today - have a long and unfortunate history of linkage, and the issues spawned therein have generated countless debates, research studies, and court decisions. The built-in anti-African-American bias that has existed in the capital punishment milieu for years has many facets and many unfortunate realities. What's more, the U.S. criminal justice system that is institutionally prejudiced against people of color is flawed to the point that, on a regular basis, men on death row are being dismissed from incarceration because, upon deeper investigation, they were innocent to begin with.…. [read more]


Analyzing a Movie Through the Philosophy of Bell Hooks Term Paper

… Crash

Paul Haggis's 2004 film "Crash" -- as viewed through the eyes of African-American theorist bell hooks

In her book Outlaw Culture the African-American social theorist bell hooks states that women of color are marginalized both in daily life and in the cultural wars over media representations in the academic curriculum. The author stresses that white feminists in particular, and also other cultural critics who attempt to universalize the nature of prejudice into an easy polarity of victim and victimizer, must recognize that the experiences of different oppressed groups varies greatly. Class and race cannot be used as sold, coherent, and universal categories of analysis that always trump religion or ethnicity. The experience and self-perceptions of a black woman will not be the same as…. [read more]


Students With Disabilities Who Did Not Complete Dissertation

… ¶ … Students With Disabilities Who Did Not Complete High School

Richard Wieringo

This case study explores the experiences of students with disabilities who have dropped out of high school, so as to identify related factors that led to their decisions. Participants will include both males and females who were designated as students with disabilities at Ridgeville High School (pseudonym for a Virginia high school) and who dropped out between their third and fourth years of high school, during the 2009 to 2012 academic school years. All participants will be between the ages of 18 and 21. The proposed research design is a phenomenological study to be conducted through the use of semi-structured interviews, journaling, and observation of the sample population, with the aim of…. [read more]


Attitude and Behavior Developmental Task Term Paper

… ATTITUDE and BEHAVIOR DEVELOPMENTAL TASK NEEDED to ASSIST African-American COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH DEVELOPING a CLEAR COMMITMENT to SUCCEED AFTER COLLEGE

There is an acknowledged identity crisis present in the African-American race due to the high rates of incarceration and low education achievements. The college environment serves to influence the development required in the self-identity transition toward the self-actualization of the individual in gaining a view of identity characterized by achievement. There is a delay in achievement associated with the failure to accept self or group identity. This work will illustrate that attitude is linked to talk development and behavioral adjustment which is part of the requirement for making the commitment for achievement in educational attainment. Principles of military discipline and leadership will also be reviewed…. [read more]


Children's Literature Thesis

… ¶ … children's literature to dispel the popular premise that a diametric difference separate good literature and good multicultural literature, as it asserts that children's literature may promote interracial respect, yet lack bias and still possess exceptional literary qualities.

Contemporary book publishers face the challenge of fulfilling their the responsibility to produce good children's literature, yet not compromise that responsibility and/or fabricate culturally authentic works to satisfy the demands of the marketplace. Parents and educators face the challenge be another set of eyes to challenge a book, whether it advertises itself as multicultural or not, to qualify first and foremost as "good."

MULTURAL/GOOD LITERATURE DIFFERENCE DISPELLED

"Children's literature opens up a world of ideas and ways of thinking.

bringing children's literature into the classroom is…. [read more]


Trans Atlantic Slave Trade in America Today Research Paper

… These expenses, thus, fall disproportionately harder on the overall African American community (Perlo, A 1).
The problem of Racism
That American society created and maintained racial distinctions for ensuring slaves' bondage is an established fact (The Transatlantic Slave Trade 1). Racism continues to prevail in contemporary American society with a large number of citizens failing to realize that the responsibility of eradicating racism ought not to be shouldered only by the White population. In fact, whites as well as blacks ought to shoulder this responsibility.
Though the slavery practice is perhaps at the heart of Black Americans' consequent conceptualizations, African enslavement largely has an economic basis. The rich men of Europe who were responsible for shaping national policy all through the course of the Trans-Atlantic…. [read more]


Achievement Gap Research Proposal

… Achievement Gap

"Go into any inner-city neighborhood, and folks will tell you that government alone can't teach kids to learn.

They know that parents have to parent, that children can't achieve unless we raise their expectations and turn off the television sets and eradicate the slander that says a black youth with a book is acting white."

Barack Obama, Keynote Address, Democratic National Convention, 2004

(Fryer, 2006, ¶ 1).

Literature Review Organization

The researcher's engagement with the literature, according to Henry N. Kemoni (2008), PhD, Senior Lecturer at the School of Information Sciences, Moi University, Kenya, in the report, "Theoretical framework and literature review in graduate records management research," factors into whether or not the literature review proves successful. In writing their literature review chapter,…. [read more]


Servant Leadership in a Conflicted Church Thesis

Applying Servant Leadership within a Conflicted Church: The Project as an Act of Ministry


My church, the South Iowa Chapel, like many modern churches, is a church in conflict. Conflicted churches are problematic because they drive parishioners away from the church, and, possibly, away from Christ. Conflict in a church can also be a difficult situation to remedy, because of the different personality types and leadership styles of people involved in the church. However, I feel that a significant part of the problem is that people are using traditional leadership styles in church. Jesus Christ was not a traditional leader. On the contrary, He was the epitome of a servant leader, one who leads through service to others. Obviously, He did a wonderful job leading…. [read more]


Acculturative Stress of African Catholic Literature Review

… In this regard, Akomolafe reports that, "The bewildered immigrant who had a spacious apartment in his native land is forced to make do with sleeping in other people's living rooms or 'box' rooms in which a single bed hardly fits. Money in the pocket also happens to dry up fast, especially when it is not being replenished" (2011, p. 95).

There are also some differences in the degree of religiosity between African immigrants and immigrant missionaries to the United States. The latter are motivated by a personal commitment to serve based on their religious beliefs while the former will likely be more motivated by economic or political reasons rather than any particular religious motivation for immigrating to the United States. This assertion is supported by…. [read more]


Interdisciplinary Approaches to Learning) Assessment

… ¶ … Interdisciplinary Approaches to Learning)

How does a paradigm differ from a theory? Include information from Kuhn regarding a paradigm so that you demonstrate your understanding of Kuhn regarding a paradigm.

In his book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1970), Thomas Kuhn first used the term "paradigm" to describe the process that takes place on science when one major research paradigm is replaced by a newer one. According to Dobel, "For Kuhn, a paradigm is both an intellectual and a sociological construct. It provides a framework of basic assumptions about the nature of knowledge, rules of evidence and inference, and maps and directions for what constitutes important and vital problems" (2001, p. 166). While theories remain unconfirmed, it was Kuhn's perspective that paradigms provide…. [read more]


Microaggression and Mass Incarceration Research Paper

… The absence of CAR from this discussion promotes a punitive self-deception, eventually playing a role in sustaining an unfair system.

Within a discipline whose conflict-related language encompasses terminology such as “status”, “values”, “resources”, and “power” (Coser, 1956, 98) and “incompatible aspirations” and “interests” (Pruitt & Kim, 1986, 205), “common criminal” accounts are not related or applicable: small- scale crime accounts are just not in agreement with conventional emphases on conflict entities. In case of conflicts occurring in large systems, as has normally been covered by experts in the area, entities realize that a disagreement exists and their aims or interests prominently feature in their minds.

Sticking to the above logic, when an offense is perpetrated, it is restricted to a “conflict- free” atmosphere,…. [read more]


Classroom Behavior Management Policies Research Paper

… Classroom Behavior Management Policies

Title suggestions:

Bridging the Gap Between Systems Theory and Elementary Classroom Management

An Evolution: Systems Theory and Classroom Management

BREADTH

Systems Theory by the Three B's

Robert Freed Bales

SYMLOG

Living systems theory

Social entropy theory

Entropy management in organizations

Autopoiesis

Ludwig von Bertalanffy

The concept of the whole

GST and integrative studies

Science and society

The importance of the individual

A Comparison of the Three B's

Bales

Bailey

Bertalaffny

Theoretical similarities

DEPTH

Annotated Bibliography

Classroom management definition and challenges

Strategies and methods

Techniques and training

Self-efficacy and beliefs

Culturally responsive classrooms

Evidence-based strategies

Theory -- and model-based strategies

Comparison to Bertalaffny

Top recommended classroom management strategy

Conclusion

References

Abstract

Breadth

Sociology and the study of social systems has taken many…. [read more]


Stigmatization and Therapy Counseling of Gay Men Research Paper

… Unnatural sexual orientation is not an independent, standalone issue for those professing inclination towards same sex individuals for their sexual needs. Such individuals invariably face difficulties, humiliation, and consternation in many other areas of their lives, thereby being isolated, stigmatized, and finding it difficult to lead normative, meaningful life. In recent times, there are concerted efforts to address their concerns through various empirical psychological theories, tools, and practices to give more meaning to their individuality. Assimilation of such persons into the mainstream is sought through a change in the perspective of both, the LGB individuals as well as the society (mainly those who are closest to them, often meaning family members, colleagues, and even friends). Various theories view the problems faced by LGB individuals from…. [read more]


Multiculturalism in Europe With Special Dissertation

… ¶ … Multiculturalism in Europe With Special Reference to Germany

The issue of multiculturalism has been the focus to the political concerns of European nations since nineteen forty five. The problem of multiculturalism covers numerous issues, which predominates differ with different political situations. Multiculturalism mirrors concerns regarding immigration and the manner in which immigrants settled in Western Europe between 1950s and 1960s. Following the break-up of communism in nineteen eight nine, and the rebellion of ethnic nationalism in the Eastern Europe, the problem of multiculturalism centered around devolution of power from central national governments to regionally sub-national groups and the probabilities of power-sharing at the centre. Multiculturalism was also linked to the developing numbers of political refugees, and in the wake of terrorists attacks in…. [read more]


Rct Relational Cultural Theory Thesis

… RCT

Relational Cultural Theory

As with all disciplines research and theory develops to fill a need, something that is dissonant or out of sorts with either an individual or society. In the case of Relational Cultural Theory (RCT) it seeks to fulfill a deficiency in both. Born from the impact of disconnection of an individual to others and his or her culture at large, RCT explores the adaptive, or in many cases, the maladaptive strategies that an individual would use to fit into whatever relationship may be available. These strategies or often enacted regardless of the debilitating consequences, both emotionally and sometimes physically, that the individual may have to endure to survive. Jean Baker Miller, over many years, developed the concept of RCT in reaction…. [read more]


Comparison of Learning Between USA and France Term Paper

… ¶ … Adult Learning Styles in the United States and France

Today, the United States and France enjoy a longstanding relationship based on many of the same fundamental principles of democratic thought and pluralism, and both countries are among the leading economies of the world. There are some distinct differences involved in how educational services are delivered and received between these two countries, though, that can affect the effectiveness of one educational approach over another that must be taken into account in curricular development initiatives. Not surprisingly, there is a growing body of research concerning how such differences can be identified and what learning styles are most effective in different cultural settings, and researchers such as Geert Hofstede and educational theorists such as David Kolb…. [read more]

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