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Choose an ongoing United Nation Peacekeeping Operation and in a 2-3 page paper (with sentencing double spaced) describe the following:

1. the location of the operation,
2. the factors that contributed to the creation of this peacekeeping operation,
3. the mission statement for this specific operation,
4. the participants in the peacekeeping operation and their specific roles,
5 the characteristics of this PKO
6. the planning considerations for this peace operations across the basic functions of peace operations.
7. the difficulties this PKO has experienced in achieving its mission
8 the success this PKO has experienced in achieving its mission
9. your thoughts about the future of this operation

Save all of your work (including responses to other students) in a single Word file, upload into the assignment folder, and submit for grading. Be sure to cite your sources appropriately!

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gain, in this Module, you will find several websites to review. Please do so. After reviewing ALL the links, please comment on the following issues:

-- FGM and Psychological Repercussions

-- Cultural Differences and FGM

-- Human Rights and FGM

Write a no less than 6 page (including Title page and Reference page) paper reacting to the information presented on the websites, utilizing the discussion items above. Some websites posted should be used.  Plus, YOU MUST do additional research outside of what is posted on Blackboard to support your paper.

Use proper writing techniques (APA format only). There is the Purdue Owl link in this Module and under Learning Materials that discusses various writing formats. DO NOT use an abstract nor the author's note.  This is not a research design paper presented on Purdue Owl but a research paper.  The format is a bit different.  If you have any concerns on formatting, I STRONGLY SUGGEST using the Tutoring and Learning Center at TRC as they can help with proofreading and formatting your paper email me with your questions.  

Remember, this is a small paper but it should be written in proper APA writing format, including the basics: title page; headings; the body should reflect an intro, body, and conclusion; reference page, double spacing.  I expect to see information from the required websites utilized. This paper should be written in APA, 7th edition, format.  Again, use the Purdue Owl link for APA writing format and the TLC at TRC. 

The total points for this paper will be 100 points.  It is the same as an exam.  I do grade following the Social Science Rubric.  I expect that each student does his/her best on this assignment, just as one with with an exam.  Following directions is also considered when grading.

The paper will be graded on the following areas:

Knowledge and Content
Analysis, Interpretation, and Application
The Diversity of the Human Condition

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Review material on abuse, abusers, and patients who experience abuse/neglect. 

Discuss risk factors that may cause a person to abuse or neglect others.

Explain common warning signs of sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, child abuse/neglect, domestic violence, and elder abuse. 

add at least 1 APA reference.

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Research problems can come from a variety of places. A topic can come up during a discussion with a colleague that motivates you to want to learn more about it. You may have a question for which you cannot find an answer, so you decide to conduct a research study in hopes of finding an answer. You may identify a particular gap in knowledge and be inclined to investigate that gap and close it with the results of a research study.

For this Discussion, consider how crafting a good research question is the cornerstone for designing robust studies that yield useable data. Review the Sessions episode on the Talia Johnson case. Locate two articles authored by the researcher David Lisak on the topics of the undetected rapist and predatory nature.

Post two potential research questions related to the Sessions episode. Consider potential ethical or political issues related to the feasibility of investigating the questions. Evaluate each question in terms of how it might:

Contribute to development of new knowledge for social work
Lead to more effective practice interventions
Lead to social change
Be useful to other researchers
Finally, explain the criteria you used to decide which sources of information should be included. Please use the resources to support your answer.

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Reflect on the importance of using articles from peer-reviewed journals compared to information from the Internet. Ask yourself who evaluates the accuracy of information that you might obtain websites like Wikipedia and what form of accountability there is to ensuring that information is up-to-date, reliable, and valid.

For this Assignment, complete the following:

Identify a list of 10 peer reviewed social work journals from the library that you might find helpful relative to your social work practice interests.
In a 100-150 word paragraph, discuss why using research studies from peer reviewed journals is important to the development of knowledge in social work. For example, discuss the advantages of having articles reviewed by other scholars and researchers. Then using a case illustration, describe how articles from peer-reviewed journals can help to inform your social work practice decisions with clients, communities, agencies, and/or social work policies.

10 Peer reviewed social work journals:

1. Gracia, E., Rodriguez, C. M., Martín-Fernández, M., & Lila, M. (2020). Acceptability of Family Violence: Underlying Ties Between Intimate Partner Violence and Child Abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35(17/18), 3217–3236.

2. Hughes, J. (2020). Women’s Advocates and Shelter Residents: Describing Experiences of Working and Living in Domestic Violence Shelters. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35(15/16), 3034–3053.

3. Robertson, E. L., Walker, T. M., & Frick, P. J. (2020). Intimate partner violence perpetration and psychopathy: A comprehensive review. European Psychologist, 25(2), 134–145.

4. Kwan, J., Sparrow, K., Facer-Irwin, E., Thandi, G., Fear, N. T., & MacManus, D. (2020). Prevalence of intimate partner violence perpetration among military populations: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 53.

5. Stairmand, M., Polaschek, D. L. L., & Dixon, L. (2020). Putting coercive actions in context: Reconceptualizing motives for intimate partner violence perpetration. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 51.

6.Hawkins, R. D., McDonald, S. E., O’Connor, K., Matijczak, A., Ascione, F. R., & Williams, J. H. (2019). Exposure to intimate partner violence and internalizing symptoms: The moderating effects of positive relationships with pets and animal cruelty exposure. Child Abuse & Neglect, 98.

7. Goodman, M. L., Hindman, A., Keiser, P. H., Gitari, S., Ackerman Porter, K., & Raimer, B. G. (2020). Neglect, Sexual Abuse, and Witnessing Intimate Partner Violence During Childhood Predicts Later Life Violent Attitudes Against Children Among Kenyan Women: Evidence of Intergenerational Risk Transmission From Cross-Sectional Data. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35(3/4), 623–645.

8. Towler, A., Eivers, A., & Frey, R. (2020). Warning Signs of Partner Abuse in Intimate Relationships: Gender Differences in Young Adults’ Perceptions of Seriousness. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35(7/8), 1779–1802.

9. Nnawulezi, N., & Murphy, C. (2019). Understanding formal help-seeking among women whose partners are in abuser intervention programs. Psychology of Violence, 9(4), 383–391.

10. Stylianou, A. M. (2018). Economic abuse experiences and depressive symptoms among victims of intimate partner violence. Journal of Family Violence, 33(6), 381–392.

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One of the reasons there can be so much debate about ethical issues is because ethics are opinions informed by people's values and people have different values. People can disagree about whether or not something is unethical, and, oftentimes, there is no right answer. In order to make decisions about what may be ethical or unethical, Yegidis (2018, p. 25) suggests focusing on these three questions:

"Who should benefit or suffer from the actions of the researcher?"
"Whose rights should take priority over those of others?"
"Does the end (increased knowledge) justify the means (the methods used to acquire it and their potential for harm)?"
For this Discussion, view the Sessions episode on the Parker family. As you do so, consider which, if any, ethical mandates or standards were violated.

Post a response explaining your reaction to the Parker episode. Be sure to address whether or not the social worker violated any ethical mandates or standards. Also explain which strategies could have been used to guide ethical practice. Finally, describe the responsibility of the social workers in the Parker case. Please use the resources to support your answers.

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Competent social workers have many types of skills to complement a wide variety of theoretical knowledge. This skill set and knowledge base is often informed by research. Whether research is quantitative, qualitative, or a mixture of both, the information that well-formed studies yield contribute to the knowledge base of the social work profession as a whole.

For this Discussion, consider how evidence-based research informs social work practice. Think about how research findings translate into social work actions.

Post your explanation of how research informs a social worker’s application of the steps in the process of evidence-based practice. Be sure to explain how research contributes to what a social worker may do in practice. Please use the Resources to support your answers.

Learning resource:

You will respond to two colleagues once I upload their posts

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It is not death that man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live

Audience awareness: engaging academically, appropriate language/tone

Thesis: clear, developed, takes a stand, challenges readers

Development/structure: ideas are in depth with support, paragraphs are clear, well-organized, transitions and topic sentences are used to progress essay

Grammar: controlled, with spelling and punctuation successful for smooth read 

MLA Format: document design

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Instructions on Article Review on Theory and Etiology of Addictions    
    Counselors in both clinical and school settings often encounter clients or students who struggle with an addiction.  Typically the addictions are either with a substance such as a drug or certain type of food or with a habit such as shopping or watching pornography.  
For this article review:  Use the UWA library databases to find a scholarly article about an addiction that you have interest in and use the template provided to submit an article review.  You should look for an article that specifically has discussion about theory and etiology with the addiction – what is it all about and what causes or influences it. The article should also provide some discussion on strategies that can help with prevention, intervention, or treatment (one, two, or all three of these).  In your review, you will have a description of the article and three sections:
    Description of the specific addiction per the article
    Description of the theory about the specific addiction per the article
    Description of the etiology the specific addiction per the article
    Description of a strategy for prevention, intervention, and/or treatment with the specific addiction.
This paper must include the article sent and must have in text citations.

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standing with others who are oppressed. By taking this course, you have started the process of becoming an ally. Evan and Washington (2013) identify the steps toward being an ally, which include being supportive of those who are unlike you, learning about other cultures, becoming aware of the oppression and marginalization, and becoming aware of one's own privilege. Getting involved in issues is part of that process. You will consider how to become an ally this week.

To prepare: Review "Working With Survivors of Human Trafficking: The Case of Veronica." Think about how one might become an ally to victims of human trafficking. Then go to a website that addresses human trafficking either internationally or domestically.

Post a brief description of the website you visited. Explain how you might support Veronica and other human trafficking victims incorporating the information you have found. Explain how you can begin to increase your awareness of this issue and teach others about human trafficking victims. Describe opportunities to get involved and become an ally to those who have been trafficked. Identify steps you can take to begin to support this group.

I have uploaded the veronica case

You will respond to 2 colleagues once I upload the post.

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Moral Reasoning
“As we have seen previously, moral reasoning, involves two basic steps. First, the type of moral problem must be identified. Knowing whether it is a factual, conflict of rules, or conflict of principles type of problem is necessary to guide our reasoning. Next, we must formulate a good reasons argument for each possible solution. In such arguments, possible solutions are defended by finding as many reasons as possible to support them. (Wall, “The Method of Ethics” / p. 7)

Your Topic:
Describe here.

1.  Create an ARGUMENT (reasoned justifications) for each of your 2 possible solutions (Your reasons need to include at least 1 factual claim and at least 1 moral principle.)

2.  Raise an OBJECTION to the argument for each of the solutions (Imagine what concern another decent, rational individual might have with each solution offered to your moral problem).

3.  RESPOND to each of the objections.

Describe here.

1.  Reasons in Support of this SOLUTION

(Your reasons need to include at least 1 factual claim and at least 1 moral principle.)

2.  Raise an objection to the argument (the reasoned justification) for this solution.

(Imagine what concern another decent, rational individual might have with this solution).

3.  Respond to the objections.

(How could you provide a reasoned answer to that concern?)

Describe here.

1.  Reasons in Support of this SOLUTION

(Your reasons need to include at least 1 factual claim and at least 1 moral principle.)

2.  Raise an objection to the argument (the reasoned justification) for this solution.

(Imagine what concern another decent, rational individual might have with this solution).

3. Respond to the objections.

(How could you provide a reasoned answer to that concern?)

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Compose a concept review in which you discuss the core analytical ideas and sources of data related to cultural geography appearing in our course readings.  A concept review is not a research paper with a thesis, complex analysis and conclusion. Instead, your task is to identify and briefly discuss core concepts and relevant literature in which the concepts appear. Discuss them from two perspectives:

The overarching idea - these are concept summaries with concise quotes from readings, and
The way the concept has been applied to China - these are context summaries with concise quotes from readings. 
Use at least five (5) academic articles and discuss at least eight (8) concepts.
You should devote about 150-200 words of your own writing (two or three substantive paragraphs) to each concept, and include one or two quotes in which the concept is defined and/or applied. 
The format of the document should resemble an annotated bibliography in that the text is divided into individual entries rather than a continuous paper. 
As you carefully review upcoming course material you will see that the resources you develop in this assignment will be useful in all future unit assignments and your final paper.  You will be adding entries (new concepts) throughout the course.

First draft entries will be assessed according to the following scale:

25% - Composition (clarity of writing, scholarly voice, mechanics, and APA style)

25% - Mastery of concept (understanding in terms of analytical utility)

50% - Concept application (choice of China-related example, insight through application)

See Unit-specific assignment descriptions for additional specifications and/or criteria 

Potential Concepts List

Cultural geography
Cartography (map-making, the power of visual representations of locations, boundaries, etc.)
Distinguishing between space and place
Cultural geography
The “Other” (capital O)
Distinguishing between Chinese language terms for Chinese: hua ren, han (han zu), zhong guo ren, and
Collective memory
Public memory (monuments, commemorations, a type of collective memory)
Historical memory (textbooks, anything else that represents the past)
Nationalism (patriotism, ethno-nationalism)
National identity
Nation-state (boundaries, sovereignty, ideal, distinguish between empire and nation-state)
“Imagined community” (well-known concept related to nationalism: Benedict Anderson)
“Invented traditions”, myths (well-known concepts related to national identity)
Culture in/of cyberspace
China’s definition of “National Minority”
Transnational (transnationalism; especially contrasted with globalization)
“Orientalism” (well-known concept related to Western perceptions of the East: Edward Said
“Graduated sovereignty” (well-known concept among Asia scholars related to a weakening of national sovereignty in certain spaces, such as Special Economic Zones: Lisa Lowe)
Cultural tourism (sometimes related to Orientalism)
“Flexible citizenship” (Well-known concept related to nation-states: Aiahwa Ong)

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