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In the previous lesson you have learnt that the word is polluted by the trash and litter we produce.

In the previous lesson you have learnt that the word is polluted by the trash and litter we produce.

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Post a completed logic model (in table format) for a practitioner-level intervention based on the problems and needs that you identified last week.

Post a completed logic model (in table format) for a practitioner-level intervention based on the problems and needs that you identified last week. Be sure to link the areas across the table.
In the table, describe the types of problems, the client needs, the underlying causes of problems, and unmet needs. Then describe interventions that would lead to a change in the presenting conditions. Identify the short- and long-term outcomes that you think would represent an improved condition.
Follow the table format with 1 to 2 paragraphs that elaborate on your practice-level model outline and cite resources that inform your views.
Hello, I have attached a step-by-step that I came across. My topic is also attached. This professor has been the toughest grader yet so I’d like an additional perspective to help me. Thank you in advance.

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Lectures should be cited as “(lecture, date).”

Scenario: Depression and anxiety among teens and adolescents has doubled over the last 30 years with concrete implications for sufferers, including likelihood to graduate high school, lifelong success and happiness, and even their likelihood for committing suicide. You are part of an inter-agency governmental consortium deciding how to best allocate resources to address this problem. At the end of a three-day conference you have heard from several organizations making suggestions. You have been called upon, in your capacity as a sociologist, to issue a report of your suggestions based upon the conference proceedings. Although a sociologist by training, your opinions are your own. Using the NAMI fact sheet, the ABC News article (see Canvas), and the presentations described below, please write a 4-5 page paper as follows below.
Substance – Paper Organization: You should have an introductory paragraph that tells the reader what you propose to do in the report, why you are doing it, and tell us what you will eventually suggest. For the rest of the paper you should do three things:
Explain House’s “supply-side” healthy policy approach, giving at least two examples from the presentations below with an explanation as to why they qualify as such;
Explain the “demand-side” policy approach, giving at least two examples from the presentations below including an explanation as to why they qualify as such; and
Make a suggestion to policymakers on how to address this problem. Explain whether your suggestion follows the supply-side approach, the demand-side approach, or some combination thereof. Justify your suggestion with a reflection on your own social values (e.g. personal freedom, equal access, or short- versus long-term solutions, among others).
You may choose to combine no more than TWO suggestions from the organizations below when making your own. You are working in a context of constrained resources that force you to make hard choices. You need not choose the same examples that you used to explain the supply & demand side approaches. You may also make up your own proposals. You may assume that readers are familiar with the presenter outlines, and use group acronyms when discussing them, but DO NOT assume that readers are familiar with sociological concepts. You are writing this proposal to a non-sociological audience.
Format: Your paper should be the equivalent of 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced, with 1” margins on all sides. You should have a bibliography in any standard format (MLA, APA, etc.). In-text citations should be “(Author, Year: Page number).” Page numbers should be included with any direct quotation. Lectures should be cited as “(Lecture, Date).”

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Watch either the great hack on netflix.

20 point extra credit opportunity. Watch either The Great Hack on Netflix. Watch the whole show! Write a double spaced 1 to 2 page reaction paper, I guess the prompt would be your most interesting point and why.

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What would i do different?

This assignment gives the student the opportunity to conduct further research on a critical child welfare issue. Students will be required to IDENTIFY a specific way that a child can experience child maltreatment as they DISCOVER knowledge about real problems experienced within families. Students will utilize various methods of presenting their information in a way that ENGAGES the audience that will be reading their papers as well as watching their presentation. Students should also IDENTIFY how the discovered material is relevant to the course they are currently completing. Students will ANALYZE at least 5 articles related to their child maltreatment topic and the culture related to the perspective they write their paper. The paper should be 5 pages in length. Also, ANALYZE why the information that was discovered is important. Last, students will EVALUATE the following questions:
What have I learned? Is it different than what I thought it was?
What would I do different?
What new goals/tasks do I have?
The topic for this paper is: alcohol, substance abuse, and child maltreatment

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The memos need to be uploaded by monday at 9:30am with a quote from one of the readings and a brief questionor comment prompted by the quote (two pages maximum).

The memos need to be uploaded by Monday at 9:30am with a quote from one of the readings and a brief questionor comment prompted by the quote (two pages maximum). Submitted quotes and questions/comments will be discussed and students should be prepared to elaborate on what intrigued them about their selection. Maximum of 2 pages but please try to do atleast do a full page and be very descriptive.Add a resource page i included the article

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And knowing is half the battle.”

Over the last few weeks, you have read and heard a lot about critical thinking, identified barriers to critical thinking in your life, assessed your communication style, and identified your stage of development as a critical thinker. You’ve accomplished quite a bit in this course so far.
In the 1980’s, a popular cartoon series, G.I. Joe, ended every episode with a lesson concluding, “Now you know. And knowing is half the battle.” What you know is really important, but knowing isn’t enough.
In this assignment, you’re going to consider the barriers to critical thinking again, and this time, you will figure out you might overcome them. You will identify 6 thinking barriers that can affect you–not other people. The focus is you! Chapter one of the textbook lists thinking barriers for your consideration. Your solutions will be solutions for you, not other people.
Be sure to do some research into the solutions for the barriers you list—don’t just pull this from your current ideas! Why?
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein.
Barriers to USE: Avoidance, Anger, Cliches, Denial, Conformity, Fear

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Key concept #1 – chapter 9

Please respond to meghan with 200 words
BRE-110, California Real Estate Law
Megan
9/16/2022
Huber and Tyler
Chapters # 9 & 10
Overview
Chapter 9 explores the alternatives to litigation. Often, disputes about property rights between two parties are resolved in a litigation process. Alternative options, such as negotiation, mediation, or arbitration, are required by the courts to save time and avoid wasting taxpayers’ money (Huber and Tyler, p. 329). Additional topics covered in this chapter include resolving disputes concerning a real estate license and complaint resolution used by the Department of Real Estate (DRE) and the California Association of Realtors (CAR). I will be reviewing the types of arbitration from Chapter 9. The topics of title and alienation are the focus of Chapter 10. Property ownership is transferred, either voluntary or involuntary, by many different methods. Voluntary types of transfers include transfers by deed and/or by will. Involuntary types of transfers include intestate succession, escheat, foreclosure sales, adverse possession, condemnation, dedication, or accession. I will be discussing the types of deeds that are used to transfer property ownership and the concept of condemnation from Chapter 10.
Key Concept #1 – Chapter 9
I learned that when a dispute is submitted to a third party for final resolution, it is called arbitration, and there are four types of arbitration (Huber and Tyler, pp. 336-338). The four types of arbitration include (1) court-ordered (mandated) arbitration, (2) private arbitration, (3) nonbinding or binding arbitration, and (4) California arbitration legislation. Court-ordered arbitration is mandated by the courts before the case can go to the trial courts. Private arbitration is when the two parties have agreed by contract, or it is a provision in an existing contract, to an arbitration process for any potential disputes to avoid litigation. Nonbinding arbitration means that the disputing parties have agreed that the arbitrator’s decision is not final and may be reviewed by the courts, whereas a binding arbitration means the arbitrator’s decision is final and binding and will not be further reviewed by the courts. California arbitration legislation means that both parties must be aware that there is an arbitration clause in the real estate contract they are entering, and this section labeled “Arbitration of Disputes” must be initialed to be valid.
Key Concept #2 – Chapter 10
In Chapter 10, I learned that the types of deeds most commonly used to transfer title in California are grant deeds and 0quitclaim deeds (Huber and Tyler, pp. 363-365). A grant deed refers to a deed that is conveyed with the word grant, meaning one party is granting ownership to another party. Essentially, almost every real estate transaction in California contains a grant deed. A grant deed has two implied warranties: (1) the title has not been conveyed to anyone else and (2) there are no known encumbrances attached to the property without being disclosed. A quitclaim deed refers to a deed transfer of an interest, such as part of a land, or title without warranties. A quitclaim deed is often used to clear a cloud on the title such as an encumbrance or defeat on a title.
Key Concept #3 – Chapter 10
I learned about the concept of condemnation, also known as eminent domain in Chapter 10 (Huber and Tyler, pp. 378-379). Eminent domain is when the government takes private property for public use and the government compensates the private property owners with fair market value (FMV). Government entities have the power to condemn privately owned property for the use of public property that benefits the public. When the private owners don’t want to sell their property and reject the government’s offer, the government files a condemnation lawsuit, and the courts will decide on fair compensation and order the property condemned. The story about the “little pink house” is a perfect example of the damages caused by eminent domain. When only a part of the property is condemned for public use and the property value decreases due to the condemnation, the government is required to pay for severance damages (loss of value). Inverse condemnation occurs when private property is damaged by government actions and the government doesn’t take any condemnation action, causing the private owner to sue.
Summary
These two chapters were both informative and provided detailed information about real estate court procedures and methods of transferring ownership. To summarize, arbitration is an alternative option to settle disputes to avoid a lengthy litigation process. Grant deeds and quitclaim deeds are used to transfer property and clear titles. Governmental takeover of private property for public purpose is known as eminent domain.

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Do not copy the contents.

Write a brief summary of the textbook Chapters 10, to include the following paragraphs with headings: an overview, 3 key concepts, and a summary. Each “key concept” must include the textbook page numbers. Each paragraph needs a minimum of 3 sentences. Use the template format provided below. Refer to the model assignment (sample) following the template. Please do not copy just use the template as a guide
TEMPLATE:
OVERVIEW
KEY CONCEPT FROM CHAPTER 10
KEY CONCEPT FROM CHAPTER 10
KEY CONCEPT FROM CHAPTER 10
SUMMARY
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Model assignment:
BELOW IS A SAMPLE REFLECTION SUMMARY. DO NOT COPY THE CONTENTS. IT IS A SAMPLE ONLY.
Course: BRE 100, Real Estate Principles
Student Name: Ima Success
Today’s Date: 02/20/2020
Textbook Author: Perez, J.
Chapter # 1
OVERVIEW
The topic of Chapter 1 is an introduction to real estate principles. This chapter covers four important concepts for the real estate student. First, the real estate licensing in California is discussed, along with the real estate market. Second, the historical influence of real property is examined. Third, the difference between real property and personal property is spelled out clearly. And last, the chapter concludes by analyzing various methods of land description. These concepts are important because they may be on the real estate exam for licensees.
KEY CONCEPT FROM CHAPTER 10
I learned that real estate can be a profitable professional (p. 4). One of the reasons it can be profitable is because the compensation to agents is based on the sales price of the house. In California, real estate values are typically high, which translates into a high commission. The commission is always paid to the broker, but the real estate salesperson receives a portion. Many real estate agents are using social media to promote their services.
KEY CONCEPT FROM CHAPTER 10
The second thing I learned is that property owners have a “bundle of rights” (p. 5). It means they have control of certain things because they own the real estate. Generally, people view it as a bundle of sticks, with each one of them being a “right” the owner has. Their types of rights vary based on their level of ownership. For example, homeowners have the right to possess (live in) their houses – unless they rent out the house to tenants. In that case, the tenant now has the right to possess the house.
KEY CONCEPT FROM CHAPTER 10
The third concept I learned is the definition of real property (p. 6). There are four things that define real property: land, affixed to the land, appurtenant to the land, or immovable. These items “tests” are what separates real property from personal property. For example, a refrigerator can be moved out of the house, so it is considered personal property. However, a fence is permanently dug into the ground so it becomes part of the real property, along with the land and the house.
SUMMARY
This was an interesting chapter and I learned a lot about real estate. Real estate has a long and colorful history in California. There are several types of land description methods, which will probably be on the state real estate exam. I know I will have to study some of the concepts further, such as the MARIA acronym of determining personal versus real property. In addition to the knowledge of concepts, real estate involves math calculations.

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What role can you as a college or university professor play in shaping the way the millennial student thinks about their education or career?

Millennials are also known as Gen Y, Gen Next, Echo Boomers, Screenagers, Facebookers and the MySpace Generation, and these are just a handful of other names. Regardless of what you call this generation of individuals, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are nearly 80 million young adults born between 1976 and 2001 who are preparing or have already joined the workforce.In the video this week, Simon Sinek explains how the millennial generation became so entitled. A combination of technology, impatience, and environment have created a wave of young people who experience challenges in the real world.
Answer these questions in your thread: (a) What positive characteristics do millennials bring to an organization? What does this generation feel is important in a job and what do they expect from their employers? What role can you as a college or university professor play in shaping the way the Millennial student thinks about their education or career? Feel free to include a Bible verse or link to another video to support your statement. Your response should be 395 words and should be in Apa Style,citation and references.