ASSIGNMENT  Catfishing, a form of cyberbullying, can have dangerously negative e

ASSIGNMENT 
Catfishing, a form of cyberbullying, can have dangerously negative effects on an individual. In this manner, catfishing can be seen as a sociopathic disorder. 
·  Have you ever been catfished?
·  In a society where cyber-meeting is the new normal, how do you feel catfishing impacts online meeting networks?
·  Briefly discuss three (3) ways in which you feel catfishing can be damaging to: 
o  society
o  an individual’s self-esteem
o  the future of online/app dating
Layout and Design: 
Writing 300 – 400 words, and complying fully with the following criteria makes for a successful assignment:
Typed in Times New Roman in a 12pt font
double-spaced
numbered pages
a creative title
use of literature and citations if applicable

using the video looked and the reading attached answer the two following questi

using the video looked and the reading attached answer the two following questions 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wFqyQxAPnM
1. After watching the synopsis of the Tuskegee experiment: What were some of the main deceptions of the Tuskegee study?  (There were several).  
3. What surprised you in the ASA Code of Ethics? Why?

  Bullying is a common issue in schools, especially in the adolescent stage of c

 
Bullying is a common issue in schools, especially in the adolescent stage of child development. Based on the video, Amy may be affected biologically, psychologically, and socially. The discussion assesses the possible ways that Amy may be affected by bullying and the possible interventions by a social worker.
Physically, she may experience a decrease in her self-esteem due to her appearance, leading to a decrease in physical activity and exercise, which can lead to an increase in weight or other health problems. She may also experience increased anxiety, weakening her immune system, physical exhaustion, and an increased risk of developing depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.
She may experience a decrease in her self-esteem, which can lead to a decrease in her confidence in her abilities and a decrease in her academic performance. Bullying can also lead to an increase in her anxiety levels, which can lead to difficulty sleeping, nightmares, and an inability to focus on tasks.
She may become isolated from her peers, leading to increased loneliness and a decrease in her social support system. She may also be less likely to engage in activities with her peers, which can lead to increased alienation from them.
A theoretical approach that may be beneficial for working with Amy would be Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). The approach focuses on identifying and changing the thought patterns and behaviors contributing to the problem. CBT can help Amy identify the negative thoughts she is having about herself and the situation and work to replace them with more 
positive and constructive thoughts (Zastrow, Kirst-Ashman & Hessenauer, 2019). This can help her to build her self-esteem and confidence and learn to manage her anxiety levels
Practical skills that would benefit working with Amy include active listening and psychoeducation. Active listening involves listening to Amy’s stories and feelings without interrupting or judging her and allowing her to express her thoughts and feelings without fear of judgment or criticism. Psychoeducation involves providing Amy with information about bullying, its effects, and strategies to cope with the situation. It can help her understand the effects of bullying and learn how to manage her feelings healthily.
                                                                                        References
Zastrow, C. H., Kirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hessenauer, S. L. (2019). Understanding human behavior and the social environment (11th ed.). Cengage Learning.
Walden University, LLC. (2017-2021). Southside Community Services Amy, episode 1 [Video file]. Walden University Blackboard. https://walden.instrcture.com
 
Explain an additional theoretical approach and/or practice skill they may want to employ in working with Amy, and how this new approach or skill would complement what your colleague has already identified.
Communicate the most important message for Amy to understand at this point in her life span. How might that message help mitigate the effects of bullying?

  Review the instructions for the biopsychosocial assessment, due in Week 10. 

 
Review the instructions for the biopsychosocial assessment, due in Week 10. 
Reflect on Ray’s case. How might you use knowledge of HBSE to engage, assess, and intervene in the case?
Consider any questions you have or clarification needed for the biopsychosocial assessment Assignment.
BY DAY 4

  What is it about? This  is about being able to differentiate between various g

 
What is it about?
This  is about being able to differentiate between various groups in our society. When working in case management, you can work with many different clients on a regular basis. It is important to be able to note that there are still stratifications in our society and not everyone is on an equal playing field from the start. By understanding these groups you should be able to apply how you can use skills in case management to work with different individuals.

  The Sociological Imagination and Social Causes of Suicide Discussion Required

 
The Sociological Imagination and Social Causes of Suicide
Discussion
Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:
Textbook: Chapter 1
Lesson
Instructor supplied resources
Student chosen resources (optional)
Initial Post Instructions
Sociologist C. Wright Mills preferred to call the sociological perspective the sociological imagination, and he saw it transforming personal troubles into public issues. Let us begin our discussion this week by considering suicide, which is thoroughly explored in your textbook reading for this week.
For the initial post, respond to one of the following options, and label the beginning of your post indicating either Option 1 or Option 2:
Option 1: Do a little digging: What resources are there in your state or local community for suicide prevention? Are the resources adequate, in your view? Why or why not? How does the sociological imagination help you decide whether or not the resources are adequate?
Option 2: Is this a “downer” topic to start a course or a textbook? If so, how would you explain the sociological imagination to a friend, in a different way? If not, why is this an important topic to help you learn about the sociological imagination?
Follow-Up Post Instructions
Respond to at least one peer. If possible, respond to one peer who chose an option different than the one you chose. Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification. Make sure that you add additional information and not repeat the same information already posted on the discussion board as you further the dialogue.
Writing Requirements
Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial & 1 follow-up)
APA format for in-text citations and list of references
Minimum of 1 source cited
Grading
This activity will be graded using the Discussion Grading Rubric. Please review the rubric by clicking on the ellipsis (three dots) in the upper right-hand of this page and selecting ‘Show Rubric.’

Post your initial response to the case:  After watching the video, explain how

Post your initial response to the case: 
After watching the video, explain how bullying may affect Amy’s biological, psychological, and social development.
Describe a theoretical approach and two practice skills that you would employ in working with Amy.
BY DAY 7
Respond to two colleagues in the following ways:
Explain an additional theoretical approach and/or practice skill they may want to employ in working with Amy, and how this new approach or skill would complement what your colleague has already identified.
Communicate the most important message for Amy to understand at this point in her life span. How might that message help mitigate the effects of bullying?

 Obviously, COVID-19 has shifted everyone’s opinions on what’s going to happen i

 Obviously, COVID-19 has shifted everyone’s opinions on what’s going to happen in the future.  Included here is the view from another perspective, the patient.  In fact, in many cases, the smarter and more savvy patient.  What I want you to do is take a look at some of the new predictions and new innovations discussed in the readings on where Healthcare is heading and tell me what you think will happen.  Don’t forget to factor in other influences, politically, which at the time of this writing is hanging in the balance