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GSOC 101: Week 3 Discussion.

GSOC 101 DISCUSSION

Most people tend to feel uneasy when breaking certain social norms, or at least getting around them which is frequently embodied by other people’s behaviors. For example, every time one enters a new social circle, they experience judgment. This natural phenomenon exerts social pressure on an individual and results to an alteration in behavior. People tend to act like that because they are afraid of possible ostracization.

Constrained socialization is acquiring norms and values without having chosen to do so (Lamotte, 2017). This phenomenon shows how much humans tend to playact and lays emphasis on the fearsome power exerted by norms. Some people would experience social condemnation if they ended up behaving differently. Our fear of being rejected fills the strength of such a mechanism, making it breakable as soon as we get rid of such fear. 

The social network is a social structure that has three levels: micro-level, mesolevel, and macro-level. Micro-level is one of the most important points of sociology concerning small-scale interactions between individuals, such as conversation or group dynamics. It is a recent development that is effective since people base their knowledge of the world on what has been important to them and are likely to alter what is no longer applicable to them.........

Public Speech.

Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch.
Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch is an influential and renowned motivational speaker with an aim to empower and inspire a new generation of leaders. She was born and raised in Barrio, Texas, a poverty-stricken area. Her immigrant parents instilled good values in her. The United States military reinforced her principles. In this duration, she set records by becoming the highest-ranking Hispanic female in the Combat Support Field of the U.S. Army. She, later on, declined to assume a command post and retired to honor her mother's dying wish of becoming a community counselor.

All through her career, she purposed to spread the powerful message of what it takes to be an executive administrator in today's global marketplace i.e. government agencies, educational institutions, and professional organizations. Leadership was one of the things she touched on. According to her, leadership is about service and noticing and encouraging new talents. In addition to that, she encourages people to embrace their pasts. One cannot understand where they are going until they comprehend their past. No one might know your story, but it is important to hold on to that as a measure of one's ethics. Lastly, she teaches on the spirit of hard work. It does not matter on your family background or where you grew up in; everyone has a fair chance of being successful if they are willing to put in the work. Here, she gives her life story and the advice her dad gave her, to second this...........

Political Science 

PATRIARCHY AND MILITARISM
In the ancient autonomous villages, the social fabric would collapse without women due to the roles they played. This was because of the fact that they ran the day to day activities especially after the fall of hunting and their ability to give rise to a new generation. It is believed that they created the idea of farming. This way of life was because everyone at that time lived in small independent villages. In the case of an argument, they would use the art of dialogue to come up with an amicable solution. Hence, there was no need for militarism or patriarchy to control the masses.
Over periods of time, men became resentful and felt threatened. This inferiority complex resulted in a revolution: civilization and therefore, patriarchy and militarism. Patriarchy refers to a system in which the eldest male or father is the leader of the family unit, and descent is traced through the male line. Militarism refers to the belief of people that a country ought to have a strong military capability and be ready to utilize it aggressively to defend or promote national views. Women became underrepresented and excluded in everything including in historical artifacts and documentaries.
 They reinforced rules to ensure that there was male dominium. An example includes women would only go out for necessity and in such a case she ought to veil herself in long unattractive garments.  In addition to that, their primary responsibility was to give birth to children especially the male child for the purpose of protection of the country, by providing more soldiers. However, women try to overcome this oppression by practicing maximum freedom within the permitted space..........

Psycology 

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME
Preoperational stage applies for children between the ages of two to seven years. Children in this age bracket begin to explicit the use of wild imagination and mentally reversing actions to understand their surroundings i.e. pretend play. They also struggle with logic and the idea of consistency. These kids come across as very egocentric individuals who don’t know that different person have a different point of view. Both have a positive and sometimes adverse effect on the child’s personality if not properly molded by the caregiver. Note that children develop the ability to talk at around two years of age.

 In concrete operational stage, ranges between ages seven to eleven. The child develops the capability to think about things, but it can be rigid. They are also able to take another person’s opinion and consider more than one perspective simultaneously. There is an experiment that can be carried to determine which stage the child belongs to. Take two identical glasses fills them with water at equal levels then ask the child to determine the glass with the highest amount then put one in a short fat glass and the other in a thin skinny glass then ask again. In case the child says that the amounts are the same, then it is safe to say that they are in the concrete operational stage but if he says that the skinny tall glass is more then, they are in the preoperational stage.......

Nursing 

HISTORICAL ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE

The issue of improving health care has been the primary subject of political debate since the beginning of the 20th century. Over the years, various leaders have tried implementing policies that would lead to better access to these resources. In this paper, we will briefly discuss two historical events that impacted the healthcare access system.

In 2010, the former president, Barrack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law. It set into motion various comprehensive health insurance policies. Among these reforms included the fact that there would be free preventive coverage and care for young individuals under the age of twenty-six (Sultz, & Young, 2011). This resulted in helping out millions of people who got to continue utilising their parent's insurance allowing them enough time to attain financial security. Secondly, it prevented health insurance cooperation from dropping people once they fall sick or succumb to illness and lastly, pre-existing conditions no longer inhibited people from accessing medical insurance.

The Congress approved the State Children’s Insurance Program in 1997. The primary purpose was the provision of young ones with free and affordable assistance health care programs.  This resulted in the expansion of health care coverage for at least seven million children in both financially unstable families that did not qualify for Medicaid and from eligible immigrant homes (Cohn, & Hough, 2008). In addition to that, it gave the people involved the free will to choose the medical practitioners of their liking, and get referrals and access to medical specialists and mental health care. This program was a great success, and one of its benefits was that families that earned too much income to qualify for Medicaid but could not afford private health coverage were catered for.......

Ethics

DEONTOLOGY

Desires should not hinder your ability to perform moral obligations. It does not matter whether or not I want to be moral; the moral law is binding on all of us. Kant’s categorical imperative is a central philosophical concept that was in the deontological moral philosophy of Immanuel Kant. It is a moral law that is absolute of all agents or claim of which it does not bank on any ulterior motive or end. According to him, there is no need for religion to determine what that law is because what is right or wrong is entirely knowable just by using one’s intellect.

To comprehend categorical imperatives, I need to know the various formulations, which look at the same essential idea differently. Firstly, there is the universalizability principle. This policy acts only according to the maxim, which I can at the same time, will that it should become a universal law without contradiction. For example, in the case where I am in a desperate situation i.e. experiencing financial difficulties in my business. I might be tempted to make a false promise to return the money I have borrowed. If I happen to approve of the maxim of this action, then whether I admit it or not I have universalized that action. Hence, this is unethical. Making exceptions for oneself is unfair.

The second formulation is the formula of humanity. It lays emphasis on the fact that I ought to act so that I treat humanity, whether in my person or that of another, always as an end, and never as a mere means. Meaning that every individual should be treated with respect and not just as an instrument to achieve personal happiness or goals. This approach greatly applies in the exploitation of employees. In the scenario whereby I am the employer, it is advisable to provide a conducive environment for my workers. This approach saturates us with an absolute moral......

English

DATE FROM HELL

Shopping is not one of my strong points. However, the thought of tonight is enough motivation. “I have to be stunning,” that is all that is running through my mind as I walk into Kenningtons hoping to find something breathtaking.  A feeling of relief sweeps over me when I find some flat black shoes and a slim black crepe dress with an intense cleavage. In the parking lot, all I do is contemplating on whether this upcoming date with Stuart Whitworth will be fruitful or not. I begin reminiscing the day Hilly first mentioned him to me by the pool and how disinterested I was at first.

It is past three o’clock by the time I get home. My brother had just arrived from law school with his stunning girlfriend. I pity her as I watch mum scrutinize her but I have bigger predicaments; like where to find mum’s keys. Luckily, I manage to get her attention and she walks into the kitchen. An argument erupts between us but I still manage to get my way. However, I get to use the old truck full of fertilizers and farm machinery since they would need the Cadillac for church.

I arrive at Hilly’s place three minutes to six and rush into the house only to find everyone present including my date. Am perplexed and end up freezing at the doorstep with my hair all over my visage due to the wind. I looked chaotic. Hilly immediately comes and drugs into her room and fixes me up. For the first time in never, she approves of my dressing and we head downstairs where she introduces me to Stuart and William.....

Biology

CANNABIS EFFECTS ON THE BRAIN.

Cannabis is one of the most extensively used recreational drugs, taking third place among drugs of concern in addiction treatment services. There are much-shifting landscapes regarding the legalization of marijuana. The popular notion that people make is that it is a pure pleasure; therefore it should not be considered as an illegal substance. Currently, this is the most common abused drug with about 12% of people 12 years of age or older reporting the use of it in the past years. The most affected age group is the youth (Baler, Ruben. D.).

The smoking of greenish-gray shredded leaves and flowers of the Cannabis Sativa plant can be in different forms that include cigarettes, pipes, cigars, and water pipes. The resins of marijuana can be used to make hashish that can be smoked independently, mixed with tobacco or directly ingested. It has other uses i.e. brew tea, and the oil based extract combines with food products (Wilson, Claire).

 The content of the paper.

The comprehension of the science of marijuana began in the mid-1960s with the identification of  ∆9- tetrahydro cannabinoid, THC as the fundamental psychoactive component of cannabis. THC induces dose-dependent toxicity and structural changes in the brain region rich in CB 1 receptors (Filbey, Francesca M. et al.). The brain produces chemical substances, neurotransmitters that are released at the end of a nerve fiber (pre-synaptic nerve) by the arrival of a nerve impulse and, by diffusing across the synaptic cleft to reach the adjacent nerve fiber (post-synaptic nerve) or a muscle fiber. These neurotransmitters result in communication between brain cells........

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