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Humanities Homework Help. Black Sexuality Discussion Discussion Questions

1.) First Impressions-What parts of the reading(s) did you find surprising, puzzling, useful, new, already knew, and interesting?

2.) Essential Message

3.) According to the text, how have African Americans  complied with stereotypical inscriptions within popular culture? The author also suggests that “brilliant hip-hop and pimp artists have further impoverished the conditions in which Black bodies are already scripted.” Explain this notion.

4.) Significance for African American Popular culture.

5.) Points of Agreement/Dissension 

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Humanities Homework Help. Rutgers University Are All Iraqis Equal Before the Law Regardless of Gender Essay

Create a final paper topic and outline based on the attached readings; Introduce your case selection, research question and main hypothesis briefly, and then provide an outline. i have attached the template for the outline.

At least 10 resources are needed for the final paper.

No more than four of your resources can be websites or online articles. Articles that you get from online databases (like JSTOR, etc.) do not count as online articles.

Wikipedia is a not accepted as source for an academic paper.

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Humanities Homework Help. ENG 102 University of London Trifles by Susan Glaspell Essay

I’m working on a english question and need guidance to help me learn.

 answer one of the following questions based on Trifles:

1. How does the strangled canary symbolize Minnie Wright’s failed attempt to reclaim a lost identity?

2. Discuss the themes of loyalty and betrayal as depicted in the play.

3. How do the broken jars of fruit symbolize Minnie Wright’s efforts to preserve some semblance of order and identity in the midst of an oppressive chaos?

4. How does the freezing winter function as a symbol of both John Wright and Death?  

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Humanities Homework Help. Critical Race Theory Discussion

I’m working on a african studies discussion question and need a sample draft to help me learn.

1. First impressions-What parts of the reading(s) did you find surprising, puzzling, useful, new, already knew, and interesting?

2. Essential message

3. For what reasons do some state legislatures, educators, etc. want to stop the teaching of critical race theory in schools and how does this impact the quality of American education?

4. What impact does critical race theory have on African American education specifically?

5. What are the core tenets of critical race theory, and do they substantiate the claims against implementing critical race theory education in U.S. schools?

6. How did critical race theory become so politicized and misconceptualized in U.S. society?

7. Significance for African Americans and education

8. Points of agreement/dissension

9. Summary/closing

Link to articles:

https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/14/us/critical-race-th…

https://latterdaysaintmag.com/putting-an-end-to-cr…

https://www.intellectualtakeout.org/ending-critica…


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Humanities Homework Help. African Centered Education Discussion Questions

 1. First impressions-What parts of the reading(s) did you find surprising, puzzling, useful, new, already knew, and interesting?

 2. Essential message

 3. For what reasons does the writer suggests that an African-centered education is a plausible and necessary solution to combat the existing miseducation of        African Americans?

 4. Name and describe the two ways in which the American public education system functions as an oppressor of African American students.

 5. What is the difference between an African-centered education and a Eurocentric education?

 6. What does social justice in an African-centered education for African American school-aged children look like?

 7. What are some of the main issues with the development of Black history and Black studies programs in K-12 public schools?

 8. What are the qualitative problems that plague K-12 social studies curricula regarding the teaching of Black history?

 9. Why do some students see no value in Black history education?

10. Name and define the three theoretical approaches that have defined Black history education over the past five decades.

11. How does implementing a Black historical consciousness framework in K-12 public schools challenge traditional Eurocentric approaches to history?

12. Significance for African Americans and education

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Humanities Homework Help. Sociology Self Concept Evaluation Lab Discussion

Directions:

  1. Activity 1a. Self Concept Evaluation- DESCRIBE YOUR ANSWERS in a 200 word paragraph 
  2. Activity 1b. Stress Evaluation – DESCRIBE YOUR ANSWERS in a 200 word paragraph 
  3. You must complete both of these activities with paragraph answers of 200 words for each page in order to earn 50 points. 

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Humanities Homework Help. University of California Los Angeles Mono Syllabic Sequence Worksheet

In the lecture, I showed you a slide of a variety of minimal pairs that can be made in English with the syllable [_aj]:

[p] pie

[b] by

[m] my

[f] fie

[v] vie

[θ] thigh

[ð] thy

[ʃ] shy

[ʒ]*

[tʃ] chai

[t] tie

[d] die

[s] sigh

[z] *

[n] nigh

[dʒ] *

[k] kye

[g] guy

[ŋ]*

[l] lye/lie

[ɹ]rye

[j] *

[w] why

[L] *

The asterisk (*) means that there is no word in English that has that consonant with [_aj]–either it can’t exist due to sequential constraints, or it is a possible word that doesn’t exist yet in the language (accidental gap).

So, can you come up with a mono-syllabic sequence that has more actual lexicons in English than [_aj]? There are a couple–not many–but if you can find one, you will earn 10 points of extra credit, in the Homework grade. Make sure to lay it out exactly as I did–in a grid, with the allophone and the sequence. This sequence has 18 minimal pairs, and includes words that actually exist in English–with a bit of twisting of history

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Humanities Homework Help. Central Lakes College Performance of a Musical Show Discussion

I’m working on a music report and need guidance to help me study.

Help with Report about a Musical Concert. It can be any musical concert. Something off of youtube or google. Once concert is chosen, Please talk about it, such what you notice, what you hear about the concert

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Humanities Homework Help. Walden University Conceptualizing a Qualitative Research Question Discussion 1

Good research is driven by the synthesis of one’s passion or interest with a topic that has been under-studied in the professional literature. Out of that synthesis emerges a gap—an area in need of further study that is consistent with your interests—that defines the research problem. Clarifying the research problem takes time, effort, and thought.

Once you have developed your research problem, the research purpose and research question become self-evident.

What also becomes evident is your position with respect to the topic, the question, and what you hope to find. Qualitative research recognizes that the research “space” is shaped by both the participants and the researcher.

… the identities of both researcher and participants have the potential to impact the research process. Identities come into play via our perceptions, not only of others, but of the ways in which we expect others will perceive us. Our own biases shape the research process, serving as checkpoints along the way. Through recognition of our biases, we presume to gain insights into how we might approach a research setting, members of particular groups, and how we might seek to engage with participants (Bourke, 2014, p. 1).

For this Discussion, you will examine a research question based on the purpose for inquiry, a rationale for the study, and issues of positionality.

To prepare for this Discussion:

  • Consider the research topic you are developing for your Major Assignment 1.
  • Review Chapter 3 and 4 of the Ravitch and Carl text and use Table 3.1, page 65 to help you create a rationale using the questions as your guide.
  • Review the Fundamentals of Qualitative Research Methods: Developing a Qualitative Research Question media program as a guideline to help you create a research question.

Transform your notes from your preparation work into four paragraphs and briefly explain in your post the following:

  1. The research purpose of your inquiry
  2. The rationale
  3. Issues of positionality
  4. The research question

Be sure to support your main post and response post with reference to the week’s Learning Resources and other scholarly evidence in APA style.

Learning Resources

Required Readings

Ravitch, S. M., & Carl, N. M. (2021). Qualitative research: Bridging the conceptual, theoretical, and methodological (2nd ed.) Sage Publications.

  • Chapter 3, “Critical Qualitative Research Design” “Qualitative Research Design” (pp. 62–103) (focus on pp. 62-63)
  • Chapter 4, “Design and Reflexivity in Data Collection” (pp. 105–122)

Rubin, H. J., & Rubin, I. S. (2012). Qualitative interviewing: The art of hearing data (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  • Chapter 3, “Qualitative Data-Gathering Methods and Style” (pp. 25–39)
  • Chapter 4, “Designing Research for the Responsive Interviewing Model” (pp. 42–57)

Walden University Center for Research Quality. (2015). Research resources: Research design & analysis. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/researchcenter/resources/Design

Use this website to guide as you as you consider research design and analysis for your Discussions and Assignments during this week.

Walden University Library. (n.d.). Course guide and assignment help for RSCH 8310. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/rsch8310

Use this website to search for articles based on the requirements for the Discussion and/or Assignment.

Document: Video Field Notes Guide (Word document)

Use this guide to help you as you take notes for your Scholar of Change video.

Document: Major Assignment 1: Developing a Research Topic for a Qualitative Study Assignment Guidelines (PDF)

Use this document to help you as you write your purpose statement for Part 1 of your Major Assignment 1.

Required Media

Yale University. (2015, June 23). Fundamentals of qualitative research methods: Developing a qualitative research question (Module 2) [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0HxMpJsm0I

Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 12 minutes.

As you review this video, focus on how you will develop a good research question for your Major Assignment 1.

Laureate Education (Producer). (2010). Doctoral research: Ensuring quality in qualitative research [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 4 minutes.

In this media program, qualitative research expert Dr. Laura Lynn talks about the issue of researcher bias in the interview process.

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Scholar of Change Video #3

Anner, J. (2015). John Anner, PhD student in public policy and administration [Video file].

Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 3 minutes.

In this media program, John Anner describes how he is using his Walden education to help NGOs build capacity and create solutions that address some of the world’s most-pressing problems—not only on a case-by-case basis but also on a global scale. As you observe, take notes using the Video Field Notes Guide.

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