Different cultures vary regarding personal space norms.

The article about personal space gives several examples of how different cultures vary regarding personal space norms.
One commonality in almost all cultures is that women prefer more personal space from strangers than men. A second commonality is that as humans age, they prefer more personal space from strangers.

  1. In 100-150 words, explain both of the personal space commonalities above. That is, why do women prefer more personal space from strangers than men; and why do older people prefer more space from strangers than younger people?

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“Diversity and Equity Work: Lessons Learned.”

Review the media segment “Diversity and Equity Work: Lessons Learned.” Focus on the three key themes of this conversation:
The “lessons” each of the three early childhood professionals and visionaries learned from their deeply engaged scholarly and practical commitment to diversity, equity and social justice
The personal characteristics/dispositions each believe to be exceptionally significant and supportive of their diversity work
The role of passion in their work
Consider your responses to the following questions:
What are the three most significant “lessons” that I have learned from studying issues related to diversity, equity, and social justice in this course—and what makes them significant?
Which of my personal characteristics/dispositions do I consider to be my most valuable asset for my work with children and families from varied backgrounds—and for what reason(s)?
Thinking about the statement, made by one of the panelists, “the passion comes from the vision”: What is your interpretation of this statement, and in what way(s), if any, can you relate to the connection implied between professional passion and a vision regarding diversity?

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Power, Privilege, and Social Work

Post a reflection on the ADDRESSING-GSA Self-Assessment and apply what you learned to social work practice. Copy included of my addressing GSA Self-Assessment included. Specifically, answer the following questions:

What insights did you gain from the activity in terms of your identities and aspects of power and privilege?
In what ways do you envision your diverse identities and associated power, privilege, or oppression influencing the social worker–client relationship? Provide an example.

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Research questions relating to the music culture

Think of at least three research questions relating to the music culture that you want to explore. Reflect on these questions. To guide your reflections on these questions, compile source information on your subject through library and Internet research, documenting three of the best library sources. After compiling your list of six sources (3 library articles/Ebooks and 3 educational websites) and reflecting on each of the three research questions, write 2-3 paragraphs in response to each question. Locate and include images, listening examples, or videos to illustrate your reflections.

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Cultural and ethical relativism | genius home works

What is cultural relativism? What is ethical relativism? What, if any, is the relationship between the two?
Do people outside of a culture have the right to criticize that culture’s values or beliefs? Why or why not?
Think of a strong example of a cultural practice. For example, say another culture practices child marriages. What would a cultural relativist say about this? What would an ethical relativist say about it? Support your answer.

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Corporate culture | genius home works

Corporate culture is taking a serious look at how they promote diversity and inclusion. Research the internet about the corporate cultures of three leading technology companies (example in Figure 1.27 of your text). Compare each statement of values and describe the type of employees you think each company is desires. Analyze their approach toward diversity. Instructions: • Provide a comparative analysis of all three organizations you observed. • When you analyze their statements, try to see if they reflect the diversity. If not, explain your recommendations to those organizations to be more diverse and inclusive, keeping in mind the position of a system analyst and the key attributes to make someone successful in this position.

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Recreational Equipment Incorporated (REI) | genius home works

As a leader in retail, Recreational Equipment Incorporated (REI) maintains a small store feel with an experienced staff that provides excellent customer service. Founded in 1938 as an outdoor equipment shop, REI has grown to over 10,000 employees with revenues of $38 billion. Originally an equipment shops for experienced climbers, REI now markets to less experienced customers in the family camping segment. Despite its continued innovation and growth, REI is consistently ranked as a top company to work for.

Analysis To provide excellent customer service, REI hires and trains employees to be experienced with whatever they sell. To create the best employees, REI believes that experienced employees are best qualified to recommend products to customers, and they create the best employees by hiring the most loyal customers. To maintain a positive culture, employees receive excellent benefits, are encouraged to share their thoughts, and participate in debates, and REI chooses to close their stores on Black Friday.

Case Questions 1. Why does REI need employees who are experienced with their equipment just to

sell products?

  1. Why doesn’t REI take part in Black Friday even though it is many stores’ most successful day?

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Community health problem from your community’s health

Briefly describe one community health problem from your community’s health improvement plan. What structure, process, and outcome standards would you use to evaluate a program addressing this problem?

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Cultural diversity | genius home works

How do you support and celebrate cultural diversity within instruction?
How do you leverage home language and cultural assets?
How do you show responsiveness to the different strengths, needs, and identities of all ELLs, including special needs?
How do you demonstrate understanding of the social, emotional, and cultural needs of students when establishing classroom routines and procedures?
What is the meaning of culture and how do you respect the cultures of your students?

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Developing an original student code of conduct

Acting as the new principal of your school, and incorporating your Clinical Field Experience information, develop an original student code of conduct that aligns to the school’s vision and mission, promotes every student’s academic and social success, and establishes a positive learning environment conducive to protecting students and school personnel.

Include the following sections in your Student Code of Conduct:

Background: A brief description of the school, including grade level range, student and staff numbers, and geographic location such as rural, urban, or suburban.
Student Code of Conduct Values Statement: A one-page outline describing specific school values that promote positive behaviors and a school culture that align to the school’s vision and mission. Include a list of 4-5 specific behavioral expectations for all students (e.g., “All students will respect the rights of others.”).
Student Code of Conduct Topics: A one-page outline listing 7-10 student code of conduct topics/policies you would include in the handbook to protect the welfare and safety of students and staff.
Write a 500-750 word narrative explaining why you developed the student code of conduct the way you did. Explain how the student code of conduct ensures academic and social success for every student by promoting integrity, fairness, social justice, equity, acceptance, and respect between and among students and faculty within the school.

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