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Explain the application and reflection of case

 

divided into two parts. The first part is a self-reflection of the case you will review, and the second part allows you to consider how to apply theory to this case.

For this assignment, revisit the Structural Family Therapy Role Play video located in the resources area for this week. As you watch it, try to erase what you have learned thus far about theory, and then answer these questions based on your own reflections, ideas, understanding of human behavior, etc. For Part One of this week’s assignment, via audio or video, you will reflect on the following questions:

1)   From your own perspective, what is the “presenting problem” in this scenario, and why would you label this as the biggest problem in this couple’s relationship?

2)   What do you see about the man and the woman in this example that play a role in how the problem became as big as it is?

3)   What do you notice or hear as the therapist talks to the couple that you would define as “context” to the problem (e.g., client’s background, race, religion, and other cultural differences)?

4)   Using either SPAMO or SMART goals, provide at least two examples of questions you would ask in order to learn more about the client’s goal for therapy.  

5)   If you were to label a direction for therapy in the future, what would you say is the most important direction for therapy (e.g., what would your perception of one major goal be)?

Record your audio or video using Kaltura Capture. A Kaltura Capture tutorial is provided in the weekly resources.

For the second part of your work, you will reflect on the same questions as above, but rather than focusing on what you thought, you will put on structural “glasses” and consider what a structural therapist might explore. (Note: You may need to review the readings from the week on structural family therapy).

Reflect on the following questions, which will make up Part Two of your work:

1)   From a structural perspective, what is a “presenting problem” in this scenario? Why do you think structural therapists would label this as the problem?

2)   How would a structural therapist define how this couple’s “system” is working and how the man and the woman in this example that play a role in how the problem got to be as big as it is?

3)   What do you think a structural therapist might notice or hear about as the therapist talks to the couple that they might define as “context” to the problem (e.g., client’s background, race, religion, and other cultural differences?)

4)   If a structural therapist had to identify one direction for this couple, what might be one goal for future therapeutic work according to the structural model?

5)   What is one intervention or “tool” that a structural therapist might use as a guide to help them reach that goal?  

Please also provide a brief summary of any notable similarities or differences in these two.

Length:  Part 1: 3-5 minutes of audio/video; Part 2: 2-4 pa

Module 01 project – topic introduction

Select one of the focus areas within Healthcare Information Technology from the list below for your project: Nursing Homes Administration

In written summary format, explain why you picked your particular topic and why it is essential to you. Be sure to use correct grammar and spelling when writing this assignment. 

Exceptions to the exclusionary rule individual project

Assignment Details

Plain Sight is one of the types of evidence seizure that is deemed to be an exception to the Exclusionary Rule. The Plain View Doctrine allows for the seizure of evidence by law enforcement if they do not have to search for it because it can be seen without any constructive movement on the part of the officers. The item observed must create probable cause that a crime was committed. The test is simple, if an officer is where he or she is legally and observed an item that provided probable cause, then that item may be seized as evidence and person(s) associated with the item may be arrested.

According to Staff Attorneys (2021) at the Legal Information Institute:

“Plain view doctrine is a rule of criminal procedure which allows an officer to seize evidence of a crime without a warrant when the evidence is clearly visible. This doctrine acts as an exception to the Fourth Amendment’s right to be free from searches without a warrant. Also referred to as clear-view doctrine or plain sight rule.”

This video provides a simple explanation of exceptions to the need for a warrant (LawShelf, 2020):

Scenario: Police are called to Bob Smith’s home as a result of a complaint from neighbors regarding the several large dogs that are constantly barking on his property. Bob lives in a residential neighborhood that has experienced significant change and new development in recent years. While his home is surrounded by a new planned development with matching homes and yards, Bob wouldn’t sell to the developers, so his property still looks like a farm with several buildings (a barn, a storage shed, and other outbuildings). The property is fenced, so Bob doesn’t feel the need to keep the dogs inside. They roam the property and bark at anyone and anything that passes the property, including most cars.

When the officers arrive to talk to Bob, he allows them through the gate and onto his property. While they are talking to Bob about the noise complaints, one officer notices a shed door is partially open, and what looks like a crate of weapons is visible. Officer Jones asks Bob, “What’s with the weapons?” and Bob says, “Those are old relics that I’ve collected.” However, Officer Jones doesn’t believe him and starts walking toward the shed. Bob lunges at Officer Jones and grabs at his gun. The two struggle for the weapon, and just as Bob pulls away with the gun, Officer Baker shoots Bob twice, once in the shoulder, and once in the chest, causing Bob to drop the gun and fall to the ground.

Officer Baker immediately calls for an ambulance, and Officer Jones begins applying pressure to Bob’s wounds and tells him, “Hold on. Help is on the way.” Bob thinks he’s not going to make it and decides that he wants a clear conscience as he moves on to whatever comes next. He tells the officers everything about the guns—where he got them, for what they were going to be used, and with whom Bob was planning his criminal conspiracy to engage in domestic terror by attacking a local rally on LGBT rights the following weekend.

Officer Baker thinks that they should search the other buildings on the property for additional weapons, but Officer Jones doesn’t think they have probable cause to do so. Baker argues that exigent circumstances allow them to conduct a broader search, especially with the first crate of guns in plain view. They do a search of the barn and other buildings on the property, except the main house, and discover two more crates of weapons.

The EMTs ended up arriving in time, and Bob was saved. He now stands trial along with two of his co-conspirators for illegal weapons charges, conspiracy charges, and domestic terrorism charges.

Bob’s defense counsel plans to argue that the plain view doctrine didn’t apply to this case and that everything discovered subsequently should be tossed. Additionally, they plan to argue that because Bob wasn’t actually dying, his dying declaration to the police officers wasn’t valid.

In a 3–4-page paper, address the following:

  • Explain the concept for admissibility of plain sight evidence. 
  • What are the legal requirements for the officers to invoke a plain sight seizure? 
  • How does a dying declaration create an exigent circumstance in the context of this case? 
  • Do you believe the defendant’s arguments will be successful? Explain your reasoning.

Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.

References

Staff Legal Information Institute, (2021); Plain view doctrine; Legal Information Institute, WEX Law. https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/plain_view_doctrine_0

LawShelf, 2020. Fourth Amendment: Exceptions to the Warrant Requirement (Part I). [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tL6I2bLLqg

Sequences and series | Algebra homework help

1. Denise is designing the seating arrangement for a concert an outdoor theater. To give everyone a good view, each row must have 6 more seats than the row before it, and the first row can only have 11 seats. Help Denise plan the rest of the seating by solving for how many seats are in row 18. Then explain to Denise how to create an equation to predict the number of seats in any row. Show your work, and use complete sentences.

 

2. Arthur has decided to start saving for a new computer. His money is currently in a piggy bank at home, modeled by the function s(x) = 85. He was told that he could do the laundry for the house and his allowance would be a(x) = 10(x – 1), where x is measured in weeks. Explain to Arthur how he can create a function that combines the two, and describe any simplification that can be done.

 

3. Brian has been playing a game where he can create towns and help his empire expand. Each town he has allows him to create 1.17 times as many villagers. The game gave Brian 8 villagers to start with. Help Brian expand his empire by solving for how many villagers he can create with 16 towns. Then explain to Brian how to create an equation to predict the number of villagers for any number of towns. Show your work and use complete sentences.

 

4. Christina has some money at home, and the amount is modeled by the function h(x) = 103. She read about a bank that has savings accounts that accrue interest according to the function s(x) = (1.03)x – 1. Using complete sentences, explain to Christina how she can combine her functions to create a new function, and explain what this new function means.

 

5. Phillip received 75 points on a project for school. He can make changes and receive two-tenths of the missing points back. He can do this 10 times. Create the formula for the sum of this geometric series, and explain your steps in solving for the maximum grade Phillip can receive.

Psy 301 writing help 300 word count

Psy 301 Writing help 300 Word count

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Due Friday September 16, 2022

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4 questions with short answers

If you’ve ever read a book, listened to the radio, or had basically any kind of human interaction, then you’ve already had a lot of experience with figurative language.

If you were raised by wolves in the forgotten wilds of Ontario, you’ve never heard anything like it –get ready to have your mind blown.

You see, figurative language is so common that most of us use it all the time without even realizing. Assuming you’ve spent your life communicating with people and not howling at the moon, you probably have a whole store of  figures of speech  in your vocabulary.

If your dad says that a coworker stabbed him in the back, you don’t flip him over and start applying a tourniquet. Your sister’s claim that she has butterflies in her stomach doesn’t send you searching the web for a good gastroenterologist. When a friend says he’s been  shot by Cupid’s arrow, you don’t dive for cover and start scanning the bushes for a baby with a crossbow.

You know that these are just expressions, that the person who speaks them doesn’t mean them literally. And that’s all figurative language is: using words in a way that implies something beyond their literal meaning.

LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5C2Bq5AMj7Y&ab_channel=criticalreading

1. What are some examples of figurative language you use in your everyday communication? 

Give at least two examples of expressions or figures of speech that you use all the time, but don’t mean them literally .

Creating and presenting a fable | Education

 For this assignment, you will submit the traditional fable that you started working on in Unit 4. You will also submit a presentation of the fable in one of the following ways:

  • PowerPoint of the fable with an illustration.
  • Video of yourself reading the fable and showing the illustration.
  • Video of yourself telling the fable as a storyteller.
  • Video of a puppet show or other enactment of the fable.

 

Resources for Inspiration:

Masks: https://simplecraftidea.com/make-animal-mask-kids/ 

Puppets: https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/

Diorama: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/402861129142133545

Cjam m3a2 | Criminal homework help

Discussion Board Topic: Leadership in the criminal justice system is something that propels change. Conduct your own research. Find a current example of excellent leadership in policing, corrections, or the court system. Analyze the techniques or strategies that the leader you select used. What do you feel are important characteristics of a CJ leader? Why?

Discussion Board Guidelines:  Submit an answer to the discussion board. Each discussion board post will be between 200 – 300 words long. Refer & cite current resources in your answer.

Journal entries #3 | Political Science homework help

Label each entry as you do them whether it’s the title or numbers.
Take a look at the requirements and example below and what’s attached.  

What’s required?

Three learning journal entries per week (described below). At least one journal entry per week must address our semester reading, Our Own Worst Enemy, and other readings related to our special focus this semester: threats to US democracy and ways those threats can be mitigated.

Read the prompt details below and reach out if any questions. You aren’t graded on your political views. You are graded on whether you support your views with credible sources and evidence. Credible sources do not include opinionated commentators like Tucker Carlson or Michael Moore. They can be fun to listen to but are not college assignment sources. So too social media memes and conspiracy theories. I’m not joking. People have cited them. Provide evidence and citations to back up your claims to help others fairly evaluate your arguments. Anyone should be able to go to the materials you relied on upon and see for themselves to confirm, disconfirm or challenge your reading of that material. Then, and only then, can a free and open, and INFORMED discussion take place. No one is limiting your right to free speech by asking you to back up your claims, for additional evidence, or questioning the credibility of your sources.

Avoid logical fallacies

You’ll also find common logical fallacies (aka BS arguments) defined on the second part of this page. Once again, use it as a checklist and make sure you are making the best possible case for your point of view in your journals. 

Questions to address for each idea in a learning journal

Once you have your three ideas (plus one optional extra credit idea)  for the week answer the following four questions for each idea:

1) What was the one idea that struck you and why?

2) How does it connect to what you are learning about in class?

What does this mean? Step 1: As you read each section introduction and each page keep notes on the main idea- something that can be written in a sentence or a short phrase. Step 2: What is the main idea of both the module and the section on your topic page is located in? Step 3: What is the main idea you are writing or about or addressing in your journal entry? Step 4: Go back to your notes. What are the other main ideas from this section or module? Step 5: What main idea is your topic an example of? How does it compare to the other main idea(s)? How is it the same? How is it different? Your answer to Step 5 is your answer to question 2 on how your journal entry connects to what you learning in class.

3) How did it expand your understanding?

4) What would you like to learn more about?

Here are the journal entries

#1: Are we Stuck in Place (see attachment below)

#2: Chapter 3 Our Own Worst Enemy (see attachment below) 

#3: The Popularity of Congress Today (see screenshot attachment below)

Chemical neurotransmission | Nursing homework help

 

Modern psychopharmacology is largely the story of chemical neurotransmission. One must be fluent in the language and principles of chemical neurotransmission to:

  • Understand the actions of drugs on the brain,
  • Grasp the impact of diseases upon the central nervous system,
  • Interpret the behavioral consequences of psychiatric medicines.

After studying Module 2: Lecture Materials & Resources, discuss the following:

  • When a cell is stimulated or polarized, it fires an action potential. Explain the process and how neurotransmitters are dispersed to other neighboring cells across the synapse.
  • Explain the concept of a drug’s half-life. 

Submission Instructions:

  • Your initial post should be at least 500 words, formatted and cited in current APA style with support from at least 3 academic sources.