mes in us and world history – wgu themes in us and world history competency 117.1.5 individuals as mechanisms of social/governmental changes
competency 117.1.6 institutions as mechanisms of social/ governmental change
- WGU THEMES IN US AND WORLD HISTORY COMPETENCY 117.1 GEOGRAPHY AND THE DEVELOPMENT/ DIFFUSION OF HUMAN SOCIETY COMPETENCY 117.1.2 SOCIAL INTERACTION
- wgu themes in us and world history competency 117.1.7 science and technology as the engine of economic growth and development competency 117.1.8 economic systems
- WGU THEMES IN US AND WORLD HISTORY COMPETENCY 117.1.3 HISTORICAL SYSTEMS OF POWER, GOVERNANCE, AND AUTHORITY COMPETENCY 117.1.4 REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE
- Evaluating a film for its significance to the study of social justice movements
- wgu themes in us and world history competency 117.1.9 thermatic analysis
- wgu competency 208.5.4 enzymology and catalytic mechanism, and competency 208.5.5 carbohydrate metabolism, adenosine triphosphate
- If individuals are living in poverty, then they are more likely to commit crimes than individuals of the higher class because poverty causes individuals to make poor decisions that have negative effects
- wgu biochemistry competency 208.5.3 protein function-myoglobin and hemoglobin
- the basic themes, topics, and concepts that make up the discipline of ethics. What are the themes or ideas that unite the different ethical theories? What is it that ethics aims to explain?
- Write a short paper (maximum three pages, double-spaced) choosing one of these social work systems: child welfare, legal, or welfare (also known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF). How are social problems “typified” (or socially constructed) in this system? How are social justice issues framed in this system? Explain and evaluate what social workers do when working in this system (this is a micro system perspective). How do they obtain clients? How do they assess needs, and design and deliver interventions? What theoretical approaches guide their practices? (Refer back to Unit 4’s introductions on theoretical approaches.) How do they validate their processes and practices (how do they know their interventions work)? What do they need in terms of education, certification, and experience to work in this system? How does the social work system influence the social problems in this system? (This is a macro system perspective.) What is your appraisal of the relationship between the philosophical intentions of social work, the American mindset regarding this system and the people involved, and the social system itself?