Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to th

Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this.
Instructions: Your original discussion post should be at least 500 words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format Excluding the Works Cited Page. You must use concepts, theories, and research etc. from the book provided in your discussion. You must cite them appropriately in the text of your post, for example a quote or concept from our book would result in this (Caroll 5) being at the end of the sentence. Please be sure to include page number(s) from the book that relates to the information that you are discussing. There must be a Works Cited Page (including the assigned materials/items) at the end of your original post. On the Works Cited Page the book would look like this:
Carroll, Janell. Sexuality Now: Embracing Diversity. Cengage Learning, 2019.
You can access the book for free at the following link: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/65799222/ca…
Also keep these tips in mind as you write:
You must READ and WATCH the provided material/items before posting. Make sure you frame your answer using these resources and other relevant theories and/or research from the book. **It will help you if you refer to your theory at the beginning of your response.**
Use theories, terms, and concepts accurately.
Provide examples that support your conclusions and analysis. Research findings can be used as examples.
You must use the provided textbook and the course content videos in your answer.
**Discussion 2:
Read: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4211719/
https://www.self.com/story/male-period-trans-model-kenny-jones
Watch: Navigate to chapter 5 in MindTap. Go to “The Female Maturation Cycle” unit, and then go to “The Female Maturation Cycle” text. Video is included in the reading.
Prompt: Many men and women in the video felt that PMS is an individual experience. Knowing that there are indeed hormonal changes occurring during menstruation, how do hormonal fluctuations affect women or menstruating trans men differently? Do men know enough about periods to have an opinion about PMS? Why or why not? Do men have “that time of the month” or experiences similar to women? Explain. Are the primary ways that we perceive PMS evolutionary, biological or cultural?
**Quick tip: Remember to support all of your arguments with material from the book, video, course content or readings, which have been provided.** And recognize that info with citations within and a citation at the end of your posts. Sources can be used in addition to the book, video, course content or readings, just please be sure that they are credible or scholarly sources published within the last 5 years.
Requirements: At Least 500 Words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format Excluding the Works Cited Page
Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this.
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each paragraph with page numbers and video times that relate to the information that you are discussing
Please be sure to read, use, and cite the required sources that have been provided. Sources can be used in addition to the required sources provided just please be sure that they are credible or scholarly sources and are published within the last 5 years

Here are the initial discussion questions: (1) Why does Seidman worry about th

Here are the initial discussion questions:
(1) Why does Seidman worry about the way that sociologists have been developing
and communicating their theories of social life?What does he see as the main
problems with the way many sociological theorists conduct their work? Do you share
his concerns? What advantages and disadvantages do you see to the way sociological
theory has been conducted?
(2) Give an example of at least one social theory that you use in everyday life. We
all have theories about how things work in our social lives, so you do not have to know
anything about individual sociological theorists. Tell us what elements of your social
life come into play and how they relate to one another. How do you use this theory in
your day-to-day life?
(3) Given what you know so far, do you think it is possible to construct any social
theory, large or small, as simple, and consistently accurate in its predictions as
Einstein’s theory of the relationship between energy and matter? If you think not, tell
us why not. If you think so, give us your reasons. Before you make up your mind,
consider that many people are trying to build theories of human behavior. They want
to do things like predict what will lead someone to buy a product, or predict whether
a convicted felon will recidivate, or predict whether two people are compatible
marital partners…and so on. Are these folks wasting their time?

Include your last name in the subject title and separate your answer into paragr

Include your last name in the subject title and separate your answer into paragraphs with spaces between them. Be sure to cite page numbers for sources (direct quotes are also helpful). Remember to read your classmates’ posts and respond to two of them. In addition, you may answer follow-up discussion questions. Be sure to use multiple paragraphs for each answer and cite sources with page numbers.
Your discussion posts are due the following Monday by 11:59p.m.
Questions:
(1) Is the existence of inequality in our society inevitable? Use this question to become familiar with the subject of inequality.
(2) Discuss the specific ways in which the class structure of society is shaped by the political, cultural, and economic context in which it is embedded. How does wealth and income distribution impact our social structure? You can use these questions to discuss some events that are unfolding in our current political climate

This class is designed to inform you of the process of case management, so we wi

This class is designed to inform you of the process of case management, so we will go through an entire case management process using the Roberts-Degennaro model outlined in your text (Frankel et al., 2019, p.13). I feel this is the most concise model and has the widest applicability for the kaleidoscope of majors we have in this course. First, you’ll need to do something you can’t do in most case management settings, pick your client! I want you to choose a fictional character from a movie, book, or television show that intrigues you and complete the attached biopsychosocial assessment for that client. Make sure to pick a character with depth, as every section must be complete. For this exercise, if information isn’t directly available regarding a portion of the assessment, just make your best inference. Do not simply put “n/a” or leave a blank for a response when an inference isn’t applicable. In these rare cases you may put “none reported” or a direct quote from the client interv

Here are the initial discussion questions: (1) Why does Seidman worry about th

Here are the initial discussion questions:
(1) Why does Seidman worry about the way that sociologists have been developing
and communicating their theories of social life?What does he see as the main
problems with the way many sociological theorists conduct their work? Do you share
his concerns? What advantages and disadvantages do you see to the way sociological
theory has been conducted?
(2) Give an example of at least one social theory that you use in everyday life. We
all have theories about how things work in our social lives, so you do not have to know
anything about individual sociological theorists. Tell us what elements of your social
life come into play and how they relate to one another. How do you use this theory in
your day-to-day life?
(3) Given what you know so far, do you think it is possible to construct any social
theory, large or small, as simple, and consistently accurate in its predictions as
Einstein’s theory of the relationship between energy and matter? If you think not, tell
us why not. If you think so, give us your reasons. Before you make up your mind,
consider that many people are trying to build theories of human behavior. They want
to do things like predict what will lead someone to buy a product, or predict whether
a convicted felon will recidivate, or predict whether two people are compatible
marital partners…and so on. Are these folks wasting their time?

Include your last name in the subject title and separate your answer into paragr

Include your last name in the subject title and separate your answer into paragraphs with spaces between them. Be sure to cite page numbers for sources (direct quotes are also helpful). Remember to read your classmates’ posts and respond to two of them. In addition, you may answer follow-up discussion questions. Be sure to use multiple paragraphs for each answer and cite sources with page numbers.
Your discussion posts are due the following Monday by 11:59p.m.
Questions:
(1) Is the existence of inequality in our society inevitable? Use this question to become familiar with the subject of inequality.
(2) Discuss the specific ways in which the class structure of society is shaped by the political, cultural, and economic context in which it is embedded. How does wealth and income distribution impact our social structure? You can use these questions to discuss some events that are unfolding in our current political climate

This class is designed to inform you of the process of case management, so we wi

This class is designed to inform you of the process of case management, so we will go through an entire case management process using the Roberts-Degennaro model outlined in your text (Frankel et al., 2019, p.13). I feel this is the most concise model and has the widest applicability for the kaleidoscope of majors we have in this course. First, you’ll need to do something you can’t do in most case management settings, pick your client! I want you to choose a fictional character from a movie, book, or television show that intrigues you and complete the attached biopsychosocial assessment for that client. Make sure to pick a character with depth, as every section must be complete. For this exercise, if information isn’t directly available regarding a portion of the assessment, just make your best inference. Do not simply put “n/a” or leave a blank for a response when an inference isn’t applicable. In these rare cases you may put “none reported” or a direct quote from the client interv

Instructions Film responses are proofread and free of grammatical errors, they a

Instructions
Film responses are proofread and free of grammatical errors, they are not a summary of the film and
should reference the authors of the readings using citations such as “According to Massey (1999)” as
much as possible as opposed to relying on personal stories or opinion. You are required to engage all
the readings assigned for that week with the film, meaning you must cite each reading at least once in
your response and connect them with the film.
Movie:
Reading Metreals:
Overview of Immigration Flows, Policies, and Debates Part I• Huntington, Samuel P. 2004. “The Hispanic Challenge.”
• Chavez, Leo R. 2013. “Ch. 1: The Latino Threat Narrative,” in The Latino Threat: Constructing Immigrants, Citizens, and the Nation.
Your film response can do 1 or all the following:
1. Address a theme or key word(s) that ties together the readings for that week to the film.
2. Using a direct quote or passage from a reading(s) to illustrate a scene or story line in the film
that weaves together the readings for that week.
Formatting
• 250-500-word count, 1-3 paragraphs (film responses under 250 words will receive a 0)
• A quote from the reading cannot be included as part of the 250-word minimum.
• In any instance where you directly quote the reading(s), you must include a citation with the last
name of the author of the quote and the page number of where you found the quote in the reading.
For example: (Rumbaut 10).
• There should not be a quote placed in a paragraph without any explanation as to why it is there. Set
up your quote and weave it into your writing and/or provide a few sentences after the quote to
explain how you are using it.
• Note: You do not need to include a bibliography or works cited at the end of the response.
Rubric
5 points | Clear and direct synthesis of film topics. Uses a direct quote or passage from readings of that
week to articulate a theme or story line of the film.
4 points | Writes on the film or a theme in the film broadly without concrete application of the film with
readings or discussions from the course that week. Contains “fluff,” is wordy, or unclear.
3 points | Relies heavily on summary of film without doing any critical analysis or application to course
topics/discussions/readings from that week. Relies on anecdotal evidence (opinion/personal stories).
2 points | Relies too much on anecdotal evidence in conversation with film and does not draw from one
or multiple readings of that week. Vaguely engages with film but not critically or does not directly use
examples in film.
1 point | The film response is under 250 words. The film response does not engage all readings assigned
for that week. The film response is only written about the readings and does not include the film. The film
response includes the wrong film or readings from a different week.

Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to th

Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this.
Instructions: Your original discussion post should be at least 500 words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format Excluding the Works Cited Page. You must use concepts, theories, and research etc. from the book provided in your discussion. You must cite them appropriately in the text of your post, for example a quote or concept from our book would result in this (Caroll 5) being at the end of the sentence. Please be sure to include page number(s) from the book that relates to the information that you are discussing. There must be a Works Cited Page (including the assigned materials/items) at the end of your original post. On the Works Cited Page the book would look like this:
Carroll, Janell. Sexuality Now: Embracing Diversity. Cengage Learning, 2019.
You can access the book for free at the following link: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/65799222/ca…
Also keep these tips in mind as you write:
You must READ and WATCH the provided material/items before posting. Make sure you frame your answer using these resources and other relevant theories and/or research from the book. **It will help you if you refer to your theory at the beginning of your response.**
Use theories, terms, and concepts accurately.
Provide examples that support your conclusions and analysis. Research findings can be used as examples.
You must use the provided textbook and the course content videos in your answer.
**Discussion 2:
Read: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4211719/
https://www.self.com/story/male-period-trans-model-kenny-jones
Watch: Navigate to chapter 5 in MindTap. Go to “The Female Maturation Cycle” unit, and then go to “The Female Maturation Cycle” text. Video is included in the reading.
Prompt: Many men and women in the video felt that PMS is an individual experience. Knowing that there are indeed hormonal changes occurring during menstruation, how do hormonal fluctuations affect women or menstruating trans men differently? Do men know enough about periods to have an opinion about PMS? Why or why not? Do men have “that time of the month” or experiences similar to women? Explain. Are the primary ways that we perceive PMS evolutionary, biological or cultural?
**Quick tip: Remember to support all of your arguments with material from the book, video, course content or readings, which have been provided.** And recognize that info with citations within and a citation at the end of your posts. Sources can be used in addition to the book, video, course content or readings, just please be sure that they are credible or scholarly sources published within the last 5 years.
Requirements: At Least 500 Words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format Excluding the Works Cited Page
Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this.
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each paragraph with page numbers and video times that relate to the information that you are discussing
Please be sure to read, use, and cite the required sources that have been provided. Sources can be used in addition to the required sources provided just please be sure that they are credible or scholarly sources and are published within the last 5 years

Instructions Film responses are proofread and free of grammatical errors, they a

Instructions
Film responses are proofread and free of grammatical errors, they are not a summary of the film and
should reference the authors of the readings using citations such as “According to Massey (1999)” as
much as possible as opposed to relying on personal stories or opinion. You are required to engage all
the readings assigned for that week with the film, meaning you must cite each reading at least once in
your response and connect them with the film.
Movie:
Reading Metreals:
Overview of Immigration Flows, Policies, and Debates Part I• Huntington, Samuel P. 2004. “The Hispanic Challenge.”
• Chavez, Leo R. 2013. “Ch. 1: The Latino Threat Narrative,” in The Latino Threat: Constructing Immigrants, Citizens, and the Nation.
Your film response can do 1 or all the following:
1. Address a theme or key word(s) that ties together the readings for that week to the film.
2. Using a direct quote or passage from a reading(s) to illustrate a scene or story line in the film
that weaves together the readings for that week.
Formatting
• 250-500-word count, 1-3 paragraphs (film responses under 250 words will receive a 0)
• A quote from the reading cannot be included as part of the 250-word minimum.
• In any instance where you directly quote the reading(s), you must include a citation with the last
name of the author of the quote and the page number of where you found the quote in the reading.
For example: (Rumbaut 10).
• There should not be a quote placed in a paragraph without any explanation as to why it is there. Set
up your quote and weave it into your writing and/or provide a few sentences after the quote to
explain how you are using it.
• Note: You do not need to include a bibliography or works cited at the end of the response.
Rubric
5 points | Clear and direct synthesis of film topics. Uses a direct quote or passage from readings of that
week to articulate a theme or story line of the film.
4 points | Writes on the film or a theme in the film broadly without concrete application of the film with
readings or discussions from the course that week. Contains “fluff,” is wordy, or unclear.
3 points | Relies heavily on summary of film without doing any critical analysis or application to course
topics/discussions/readings from that week. Relies on anecdotal evidence (opinion/personal stories).
2 points | Relies too much on anecdotal evidence in conversation with film and does not draw from one
or multiple readings of that week. Vaguely engages with film but not critically or does not directly use
examples in film.
1 point | The film response is under 250 words. The film response does not engage all readings assigned
for that week. The film response is only written about the readings and does not include the film. The film
response includes the wrong film or readings from a different week.