The solution should focus on feasibility (it can be achieved with available reso

The solution should focus on feasibility (it can be achieved with available resources) and implementation (how it should be completed). This essay will include not only why this solution is necessary, but how it will actually occur. The writing should be formal, clear, and concise when addressing the target audience responsible for enacting this change. Consider using a process analysis organization to identify steps in the solution and target those steps at a specific audience. The government is NOT your audience. They may be part of the process or even mentioned in the conclusion as needing their involvement, but your audience needs to be more purposeful and targeted to who would care enough to see this action happen.
For example, instead of arguing that higher education courses should be offered in correctional facilities, a proposal would develop a plan for implementing higher education courses with research that supports how and why this program would be significant for the students involved.
The research for this proposal MUST include:
TWO (2) CPCC Library Research Databases
One (1) video or podcast
Two (2) CHOICE sources (i.e. online newspapers, organization websites, database sources, videos, interviews, studies, surveys, etc.)
The essay must integrate at least FIVE (5) outside sources that meet the criteria above.Students should NOT use more than SEVEN (7) sources. The document and citations must be formatted according to MLA 8th edition guidelines. The essay must be at least six (6) pages long – this does not include the Works Cited page. The essay must be written in third person with the appropriate language and mechanics.
The essay must be submitted as a Word or PDF document by 11:59pm on Wednesday, July 6.

Assignment: Please explain the complex discourse around covering sexual educatio

Assignment: Please explain the complex discourse around covering sexual education in middle schools. Do NOT post within the discussion board!
A two-page response is required (1.5 spacing; Times New Roman font).
Feel free to use additional articles if needed. However, additional articles must be cited using APA. A separate work cited page must be included.
Despite a general agreement among researchers that sex education is important for young people, the American public educational system reflects no uniformity with regard to any formal requirements along these lines. In fact, most politicians back off from the issue of sex education and take the point of view that “local school systems should be able to decide how this issue will be handled.”
1) Should the United States have a national policy on sex education?
2) If any agreement on the existence of such a policy could be reached, what should the policy specify?
3) What are the social implications for our nation of proceeding into the future without such a national policy?

What to include in your Reflection and Analysis Papers In the Reflection and Ana

What to include
in your Reflection and Analysis Papers
In
the Reflection and Analysis Paper, you will discuss your personal thoughts
about and responses to the assigned readings for the unit (which are listed on
your course outline and available in the Primary Resources folder of each
learning module). Please include all of the following sections in each
Reflection and Analysis Paper:
Reflection and Analysis Paper 2 will focus on Unit 2 “Histories and Legacies” (BASED ON THESE ARTICLES YOU WILL FIND ATTACHED – I`M ALSO ATTACHING AN EXAMPLE OF HOW THE ASSIGNMENT SHOULD BE DONE)
– Twin-Spirited woman
– Scientific Racism and the Emergence of the Homosexual Body
1a)
Choose a short quotation (minimum 1 full sentence, maximum one short paragraph)
from one of the assigned readings in each of the two weeks in the unit
you are reflecting on. In
other words, select two quotations in total, one from each of the two weeks in
the unit. Choose passages that you find particularly interesting or thought
provoking or challenging or disturbing or illuminating. Include the two
quotations you have chosen, with an in-text reference for each, in your
Reflection Paper.
Then
explain why you chose each quotation. What
did you find interesting/compelling/challenging/disturbing/ illuminating about
each passage? Please be specific. (3 marks)
b)
How do the two quotations you have chosen relate to one another? How do they
relate to the theme or focus of the unit? Please explain the connections you
see and be specific. (2 marks)
2)
Describe your emotional reactions to each of the passages from the readings
that you quoted in question 1 – and/or to the articles as a whole. How do you feel about each quotation/article? (Some
options are intrigued, uncomfortable, surprised, pleased, displeased, angry, inspired,
defensive, disbelieving, or impressed – but there are many valid feelings. The
key is to become aware of your own emotional responses.)
Next
briefly explain why you think you
feel the way you do about these passages. In other words, identify and analyze
the source(s) of your emotional responses. What factors do you think influenced
your emotional responses to these passages?
Please
be as specific as possible and remember that this question is about feelings rather than thoughts (you discussed thoughts in your
response to question 1). (2 marks)
3)
How do the quotations (or issues raised in the articles) you have chosen to
discuss relate to your personal experiences outside this course?
How
could you use what you have learned
to your life outside this class (your social circle, family, work, other
classes…)? Again, please be specific. (2 marks)
4)
What part(s) of these readings are you still confused or unsure about? What further
questions do you have about the topic/issues addressed in the readings or in
the unit as a whole?
If
you can’t think of a question, please identify some aspect(s) of this
topic/issue you would like to learn more about.
As
always, please be specific. (1 mark)
You
are welcome to comment on other aspects of the class (discussions, videos,
exercises, assignments), but your mark for each Reflection Paper will be based
on your answers to the questions above.
Tips
for writing excellent Reflection and Analysis Papers
Ø Make sure you
include full quotations (don’t start or stop mid-sentence), in quotation marks.
Include the author’s last name and page number(s) after every quotation. Use
APA in-text format: (Author’s last name, date of publication, pg. #). E.g.:
(Fausto-Sterling, 1993, p. 40).
Ø
Avoid
choosing a quotation from the first paragraph – or the first page – of the
article. Read the whole article before you make your choice.
Ø Don’t worry
about using a formal writing style. Use your own words and a relaxed,
conversational style. Do write in full sentences and paragraphs. Also, please
refer to the articles’ authors by their last names or their first and last
names, but not by first names only.
Ø
Do
check your spelling and grammar and make an effort to express your thoughts and
ideas as clearly and accurately as possible. Editing and proofreading can help
you clarify your viewpoint. If you are submitting an audio file, you might find
it helpful to do a “practice” recording and then listen to it to make sure you
have expressed your ideas as clearly as possible.
Ø Discuss (and
think critically about) your own position on these topics and issues. Do not
make unsupported or vague claims or judgments. It’s not sufficient simply to state an opinion;
explore and explain why you have that opinion. What experiences have shaped your
views on the issue? Be aware of the biases that influence your own perspective,
as well as the perspectives expressed in the course materials.
Ø Avoid imprecise
or “fuzzy” thinking. Be specific. Give
clear examples. Do not overgeneralize (i.e. don’t blame “society” or other
abstractions. Try instead to pinpoint specific elements of particular cultures,
institutions, or belief systems).
Ø Try to empathize
with people who are not like you. Make a conscious effort to think about the issue
from a number of perspectives. Try to imagine what’s going on for people
directly affected by the issues and questions you’re considering. Also, don’t
assume these issues do not relate to you. Look for connections.
Ø Be aware of and
thoughtful about the language you are using – including pronoun choices. Avoid
making assumptions about how others identify. If you don’t know and can’t find
out which pronouns someone you are writing about uses, “they/them/their” are
appropriate
gender-neutral
options.

There are two options to choose from either Create a sexuality family tree: Cre

There are two options to choose from either
Create a sexuality family tree: Create a family tree going back to your grandparents. Trace what you know about how your family has experienced sexuality and relationships: marriages, divorces, affairs, sexual violence, domestic violence, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender roles, attitudes and beliefs toward sex including religious beliefs, and anything else you feel is relevant. Pay attention to strong patterns and overall themes you see in your family tree, and what you notice has directly and indirectly impacted your own experiences with sexuality.
OR
interview a close family member or friend: Choose someone close to you that you feel comfortable interviewing about their experiences with their sexuality. Ask questions like: Where did you learn about sex and sexuality? When did you know how you identified (in terms of sexual orientation, gender identity, etc.)? What were some of the pivotal moments for you in defining your sense of sexuality? What do you wish you had been taught growing up about sex and sexuality? Pay attention to your personal reactions and take note of the similarities and differences between your interviewee and yourself.
Questions to address in The paper (you do not need to answer all, but please be sure to answer Questions 1 and 2):
What final project did you complete? What did you gain from doing your project?
What material from your research (textbook, other readings, videos) prompted you to think about sexuality (yours, or in general) in a new way? Why? Has anything changed or solidified for you regarding how you think about sex, sexuality, and/or relationships?
From whom did you learn messages about sexuality in general and about your sexuality in particular? What were those messages? How have you carried those messages into adulthood? What values do you hold about sexuality?
Have you had any critical moments, experiences, or relationships that have made you question your values about sexuality? What were they and what were their impacts on you?
Can you identify larger systems (media, school, religion, economic, political, etc) that have impacted your experience and relationship with your body and with other people’s bodies?
Criteria:
Integration of experience completing project choice with class material. It is not enough to simply talk about class material; you must demonstrate how the class material informed your experience with your final project.
No less than 4 ½ pages, no more than 5 ½ pages. The reference page does not count toward your page limit.
Double-spaced, 1-inch margins, 12 point Times New Roman font.
A minimum of 5 references to classroom materials (textbook, additional articles, videos, etc). The references do not need to be distinct- you may use one source for all of your references (if, for instance, you find it most useful to only reference the textbook). The book used in class is ( Human Sexuality: Diversity in Contemporary Society 10th edition by William Yarber (Author), Barbara Sayad (Author)
Cite appropriately using APA format, and include a reference page. (Access APA formatting help at OWL Purdue: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ (Links to an external site.)). Please note that you are not required to include a title page, abstract, or running headers; the citations and reference page formatted in APA is all that is required.

This assignment is designed to lead into and prepare you for your final essay. H

This assignment is designed to lead into and prepare you for your final essay.
Having already chosen your topic and begun your research (see Annotated Bibliography
instructions), it is now time to take a clear and specific position on your topic and outline your
plan of argument. Your proposal should include an introduction to your topic, a thesis statement,
and a brief outline of how you will structure your essay and argue your point of view. It must be
written in paragraph form and complete sentences and must not exceed one page (not including
the cover page and References page). Your thesis and plan should employ and be rooted in the
sources listed in your Annotated Bibliography and be designed to analyze your topic
sociologically. If some sources have changed between bibliography and proposal, that is fine as
long as your new sources are still relevant and appropriate. Please begin your thesis statement
with the phrase: “In this essay I will argue that…” Do not italicize or bold your thesis. No
annotations are required on the References page. Worth 10% of your final grade and will be
graded using the following criteria:
1. Relevance of topic and clarity of working thesis (4/10)
2. Quality of plan of action (4/10)
3. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation (1/10)
4. Following assignment and formatting instructions (1/10)

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First, watch this Sperm Durex Commercial.

Compare a contraceptive’s perfect use with its typical use. Identify some factors that prevent people from engaging in contraception use or use that is not perfect. What solutions people can use to overcome these challenges. How can these solutions be conveyed?
Note: in this Discussion, students often reveal their own preferences for contraception. That’s perfectly OK, but rest assured– there is no need to disclose this kind of personal information if you’d rather not. We respect your privacy!

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THIS ORDER JUST NEED AN INDEX PAGE AND A CONCLUSION. NO RESEARCH NEED IT. MAKE SURE YOU READ THE DOCUMENT ON DROBOX.
After making the necessary edits to previous sections of the proposal and incorporating all sections into one cumulative, error-free document, write a one-page reflection highlighting your experience in completing this hypothetical grant proposal addressing a concern relative to sexuality and the community? What have you specifically learned about the importance of Human Services Professionals in taking a proactive approach in addressing social concerns relative to human sexuality?

First, watch this Sperm Durex Commercial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiPpyB

First, watch this Sperm Durex Commercial.

Compare a contraceptive’s perfect use with its typical use. Identify some factors that prevent people from engaging in contraception use or use that is not perfect. What solutions people can use to overcome these challenges. How can these solutions be conveyed?
Note: in this Discussion, students often reveal their own preferences for contraception. That’s perfectly OK, but rest assured– there is no need to disclose this kind of personal information if you’d rather not. We respect your privacy!