Sociology – Juvenile Delinquency
For this journal I am asking you to engage with Crenshaws intersectionality theory and discuss how this framework can be useful for understanding the varying experiences of youth and delinquency. How does race, class, gender, nationality, and sexual orientation impact the lives of juveniles? How do these different categories (race, class, gender, nationality, and sexual orientation) influence what we know about delinquency or who we consider to be delinquent in our society?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rsJcj6sbQw
Week 4 Discussion 1
The Sixth Amendment affords individuals protections in the criminal process.This discussion asks you to examine the rights afforded to individuals under the Fifth and Sixth Amendment.Please thoroughly discuss each of the following:Discuss the difference between an arrest and a custodial interrogation. When must Miranda be given to an individual?Discuss how the court determines if a confession should be admissible or not. What does the court look for to determine if a confession is voluntarily given?
Week 4 Discussion 2
Writing Assignment Help Scott Mayo, DefendantTYPE OF CASE-CriminalSUMMARY OF FACTSScott Mayo worked as a bartender at The Local Watering Hole. One night at work, Scott got into an argument with Basil Scowen. Mayo owed Scowen $1500.00. The argument heated up and, after Scowen picked up a beer bottle threateningly and appeared to be intoxicated, Mayo grabbed a pistol kept behind the bar and fired at Scowen, killing him. Mayo says Scowen told him, “I am going to kill you,” and what he believed was imminent danger from Scowen. Mayo was placed under arrest. He was not read his rights. He was transported to the local county jail. The prosecution witnesses are the police officer, who came to the scene and took statements from Mayo, and a frequent bar customer, Dawn Dietz, who witnessed some of what happened. The defense witnesses are the defendant, Mayo, and Joe, “the fireman”, who was outside and saw some of the action through the window while sitting on the patio.Attached is the investigation report completed by the police officer called to the scene of the crime. Also, attached is a signed confession by Mayo. Using the investigation report, the signed confession and the facts from week 1 discussion #2, answer the following questions:1) Is this a valid confession made by Mayo? Discuss why.2) What will the court look at to determine if this confession will be admitted into evidence at trial?3) Did the officer conduct an illegal interrogation of Mayo? Discuss why.
healthcare quality improvement
You will recommend a concise implementation plan and describe in detail how you plan to evaluate if your implementation was successful.The first step to completing your course project is to select a healthcare organization that releases public-facing data. In Module Three, you selected an organization and identified a publicly available set of data. For this assignment, you will need to choose an area that needs to be improved, a way to improve it, and a framework to utilize in your quality improvement initiative. You may change your selection of the initiative or the framework in your final project submission, which is due in Module Nine. This assignment helps you focus on this aspect of the final project and also maps to the second learning objective of this module.PromptSpecifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:Selection of area of improvement: Describe an area of improvement related to your previously selected healthcare organization and its public-facing data that you will utilize for your course project.Selection of method of improvement: Describe the method of improvement that you will utilize in your course project.Selection of framework to use in improvement initiative: Identify which of the four problem-solving frameworks (tracers, root cause analyses [RCA], failure mode effect analysis [FMEA] studies, or plan-do-study-act [PDSA]) you will utilize for your course project by applying it to your improvement initiative.Discuss your selections: Discuss why you selected the area of improvement, method of improvement, and framework.Report sections: Describe the report sections you will include in your course project to describe your healthcare quality improvement initiative in a compelling and informative way.Throughout your paper, provide specific evidence from at least two scholarly sources.Guidelines for SubmissionSubmit this assignment as a 1-page Microsoft Word document. You should cite at least two sources. Sources should be cited according to APA style. You must also include an APA-style title page. Use 12-point Times New Roman font, double spacing, and one-inch margins.
reflection paper on sexuality
Note, that a reflection that reads, “I really thought it was interesting” does not count. These discussions must be based on class readings and include reference to the reading(s)
Close reading for imagery
I would like to see evidence of some serious thought and work on this assignment. In your second writing exercise, you will again practice close reading a small excerpt from one of the texts we’ve covered in class so far, although you will focus on a different genre and a different formal feature. The steps you complete in this exercise will be the stepping stones to completing Paper #1. For this particular exercise, you will be close reading for imagery either in Anne Bradstreet’s “The Author to Her Book” or Phyllis Wheatley’s “To Maecenas.” The excerpts from each poem are below. Bradstreet, “The Author to Her Book” At thy return my blushing was not small,My rambling brat (in print) should mother call,I cast thee by as one unfit for light,Thy Visage was so irksome in my sight;Yet being mine own, at length affection wouldThy blemishes amend, if so I could:I wash’d thy face, but more defects I saw,And rubbing off a spot, still made a flaw.I stretched thy joynts to make thee even feet,Yet still thou run’st more hobling then is meet;In better dress to trim thee was my mind,But nought save home-spun Cloth, i’ th’ house I find. Wheatley, “To Maecenas” Great Maro’s strain in heav’nly numbers flows,The Nine inspire, and all the bosom glows.O could I rival thine and Virgil’s page,Or claim the Muses with the Mantuan Sage;Soon the same beauties should my mind adorn, 25And the same ardors in my soul should burn:Then should my song in bolder notes arise,And all my numbers pleasingly surprize;But here I sit, and mourn a grov’ling mind,That fain would mount, and ride upon the wind. 30 Not you, my friend, these plaintive strains become,Not you, whose bosom is the Muses home;When they from tow’ring Helicon retire,They fan in you the bright immortal fire,But I less happy, cannot raise the song, 35The fault’ring music dies upon my tongue.What does the passage say? Copy and paste the passage onto a separate Word document that you will be submitting. Make a list of all the words and allusions in the poem that are unfamiliar/seem important to you. Look up the words in the dictionary. Use Wikipedia to help you with the allusions if need be. Make sure that you understand the meaning of this excerpt and how it fits in with the rest of the poem. Think about the larger theme of the poem and/or what the poet is attempting to convey to her audience.How does the passage make meaning? List the poem’s key images (along with any adjectives or qualifying words) in the order in which they appear. Remember that images can draw on all five senses—not just the visual. Go through your list. What emotions or attitudes are suggested by each image? Explain for each image. What is suggested by the movement from one image to the next? Does the mood of the imagery change from start to finish?Discuss how the imagery in this passage helps you understand something new about the text or its author; about the theme? How does the imagery contribute to the poet’s expression of the theme? Be specific.Think about moving this in the direction of an interpretive thesis: will you be able to offer one central claim that ties your observations and interpretations together? How will you, as a unique individual reader, bring something original to the discussion of these two works? Specific Requirements:Write 500-700 Words(include word count at the end of the document). The copy of the excerpt does not count toward this.Make sure that you are organizing your ideas into well-structured paragraphs. You do not need an introduction or a conclusion as you would in a formal paper. Your exercise should not be a list that simply answers the above questions.Use MLA formatting for the entire document, including headings, page numbers, in-text quotations, and a list of works cited. See the MLA guide or Purdue OWLfor assistance, or ask me if you need help.Include specific textual evidence (quotations), properly cited, to support your discussion and observations.