Stokely Carmichael said: “organization vs. mobilization was always a serious problem, because every day-to-day tactical decision was affected by the strategic approach. Every one” (as cited in Engler & Engler, p. 48). While both the community mobilizing traditions (momentum-driven) and the community organizing traditions (structure-based) make tactical and strategical decisions, there are differences and tensions.
What did Carmichal mean by this statement (use examples from Engler and Engler chapter 2)?
What are some of the differences and tensions? Are there any overlaps?
How does this relate to the different ways that structure-based and momentum-driven movements harness social power differently (chapter 4)?
You must post to the discussion board thread first and then respond to at least one of your classmate’s posts with an answer and response that reflects you have actively read and critically thought about the course reading and previous posts in the thread. When posting please paraphrase using your own words rather than using any direct quotes to complete the discussion and response. Only use assigned reading information to inform your post, do not use personal opinion, recorded lecture or video information. Since you are paraphrasing information from the text you will need to provide in-text citation/s within the post and a reference citation at the end of your post. Each post will require written responses of a minimum of 350 words in length.
– Is community life in America on the decline? Why or why not? Explain.
When citing, you must include what page number.
Do current U.S. policies and programs related to elder protection address modern aging issues?
Why do you believe this?
Based on what you have learned thus far, what adjustments could be made to U.S. policies/programs?
Based on what you have learned, what laws/policies are unnecessary or should be modified?
Based on what you have learned, how do you view the American political attitude toward the elderly?
Why do you believe this?
EDx Talks. (2018, Jan 19). Toilets, bowties, gender and me | Audrey Mason-Hyde | TEDxAdelaide. [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=622&v=NCLoNwVJA-0&feature=emb_title.
Please respond to the following:
Why do people usually have the need to classify a person as male or female?
In certain areas of the United States, a specific etiquette is expected. People are expected to address their elders as sir or ma’am. This is a cultural norm.
How do we address this now with the new honorifics (titles) available to use?
Parents are the first agent of socialization for their children. Should parents dress their new baby according to his/her sex, or should they wait to see the gender that the child chooses and dress the baby in neutral colors until then?
What did you think about Audrey’s thoughts about gender being fluid? Should we do away with gendered restrooms so a person does not have to feel uncomfortable with his/her choice or might this make others uncomfortable? How do we find a solution appropriate for all?
Each chapter of the text or supplemental reading is presenting a unique argument, it is your job to determine what the argument is and communicate the components of the argument by completing an annotation of each reading. Your discussion of the argument for each text chapter or supplemental reading should include the following headers and information 1) main argument, 2) evidence being presented, 3) conclusion, and 4) new terms or concepts. All parts of your discussion post need to be in your own words rather than using any direct quotes. Each annotation should be a minimum of 250 words in length.
Note: Since you have two assigned readings for Module 7 ( SON Chapter 2 and Chapter 3) you should have two annotations, one for each assigned reading in separate paragraphs. Each annotation should be a minimum of 250 words in length. Each annotation should be a minimum of 250 words in length.
you will seperate each argument. i have provided and example of how she would want it done. You must specify .. “Agrument- abcd ”
You MUST cite and include page #.
I will include readings once hired!!!
For your first Visual Reaction please study the attached picture. Then use your book and form an argument or thought about why having a Muslim woman in a hijab and burkini on the cover of Sports Illustrated is significant in the U.S. today. Pick one theory to support your idea. You can use the concepts of culture, cultural change, media, exploitation, globalization, multiculturalism, and race socialization. Draw on information from the first four chapters. Start your paper with what you observe in the picture. Dedicate one paragraph to who (not her name but describe her) and what you see in the picture. What do you find different, beautiful, confusing, exciting, or strange? These are just suggestions, write what you see. Also, have one paragraph where you can compare and contrast this picture to what you would typically see in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Do not do any research for this essay. Just use your observations and understanding of what you have learned in the text. NO outside sources. This essay should be two pages long, double-spaced, and Times New Roman font, and no extra space between paragraphs. This should not need a reference page but if you do quote the book cite it in the text and have a reference page
Answer this question based on the articles and videos provided.
Q1:What is the “Iron Cage” that Max Weber describes in his theory of rationalization? Can you give 2 examples where you have been trapped in an “iron cage” in real life?
Based on the articles and videos provided, comment on the points below, agree or disagree and explain your own.
The “Iron Cage” is to describe an inherent rationalization that is increasing in western capitalist societies. This theory shows how an individual is trapped or is controlled by a system or organization with efficiency only, which removes the truly meaningful contributions to society on our own. For instance, followed by the widespread use of mechanized production, for the same product, the time spent on manual production is far longer than that of machine production. For consumers, they can get a product with less money, but less meaning as well. However, for the producer, mass production inevitably leads to aesthetic fatigue, in which the final purpose of their job is to survive and earn money. Moreover, contemporary people like to do things for certain purposes and keep moving forward, but they ignore many landscapes along the way. Sometimes it is not just to accomplish something that is powerful, but every process we go through is new learning. The process allows us to add the link of thinking so that new ideas will emerge. Just like we work in a restaurant, in addition to reducing the pressure on our spending, it is important that we can learn communication skills and make more friends during this period as well.
The “iron cage” described by Max Weber in his rationalization theory refers to the fact that the whole modern society presents and its attributes, while people are seen as parts of a machine, and this tendency becomes the basic feature of the modern social system, which Weber summarized as the “iron cage. We have to be quality parts in a competitive society. For the iron cage, though cold and unforgiving, is indeed the basis of modern superior material conditions. It restrains us while at the same time sheltering us. In real life, my struggle to study a profession I don’t particularly like is an example of being trapped in an iron cage. Even though I don’t like my major, I have to continue to study hard because I want to have better job opportunities and higher salary in the future. At the same time I am working part-time is also an example of being trapped in a cage, I am working as a waiter in a restaurant, standing for more than 8 hours a day and the salary is not very high, but I am still trying to keep doing it and trying to do it well. I think few people will really work for their own interests, most people in life are trying to turn themselves into good “parts” of the society in order to live, but there is nothing wrong with that. Sobriety is the only way to get real strength, since as well as trapped in it can not break free, it is better to break the pessimism and face the truth. I hope we can all try to be strong and face life.
Incorporate key terms from
your required reading into your essay as appropriate. These key terms should be underlined. Key terms are expected to be used in
use 4 key terms
The three documents attached thourghly explain the assignment requirements. Write a persuasive argument either for or against a universal health care system. You must compare
the United States to two other countries – one from the Global North and one from the Global South.
List your interview questions and outline the flow of your interview.
Your assignment must be 11 pt font, double space, Calibri or Cambria font. 2 pages minimum, 3 pages maximum.
I need a revision of my interview questions as well as additional ones. Document attached below.