Reading Assessment

Reading Assessment Please submit your best brief analysis of the following readings:Bornstein and Davis, Part 1, “Defining Social Entrepreneurship” (estimated through p. 47,depending on format)Your paper should NOT be a summary or an opinion. Rather, it should synthesize, analyze,or critique the readings, as informed by other scholarly literature or content, historical orcurrent events, or informed … Read More

Colonization created horrible consequences for Canada’s Indigenous populations and especially their youth that continues until today.

Chapter 15 Colonization created horrible consequences for Canada’s Indigenous populations and especially their youth that continues until today. As noted in today’s notes, a number (nine) of key issues are faced by Indigenous groups on an everyday basis. Consider at least three of these in answering the following: From a Marxist/Post-Modernist perspective what can be … Read More

Discuss how and why cognitive processes can produce prejudice.

Question Discuss how and why cognitive processes can produce prejudice. What is the impact of culture on prejudice? Once stereotypes and prejudices are formed, how do they come to be self-perpetuating? Prejudice has traditionally been assumed to be the product of some form of malice, brought about by social or emotional forces. In recent years, … Read More

Discuss social factors that might impact what groceries are purchased.

Identify community data that impacts social factors of health. Go online to the U.S. Census Bureau at https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/ (Links to an external site.) Input your local zipcode(10454), city (Bronx NY), or county. Try to get as specific data as possible (city, township, county). Next, identify the: Total population Median income Percentage or number of persons … Read More

Children raised in poor and low-income families experience many socio-economic challenges that have adverse effects during childhood

Poverty and Disability Children raised in poor and low-income families experience many socio-economic challenges that have adverse effects during childhood and going into adulthood. Jp’s family cannot afford a good school; he is enrolled in one of the local public schools where the learning outcomes have been poor, and few make it to completion. He … Read More

Briefly describe some of the characteristics of social inequality in Canadian society.

Question #1 Briefly describe some of the characteristics of social inequality in Canadian society. Compare (similarities) and contrast (differences) the structural-functionalist and conflict theorist explanations of social inequality in society. Why does social inequality exist according to each theory? What purposes does social inequality serve in society, if any? What are the consequences of social … Read More

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