Bell hooks notes that “popular culture is where the pedagogy is, is where the learning is” (2006). This statement sums up her views rather well … is, is where the learning is” (2006). This statement sums up her views rather well and gets right to the heart of what hooks is up to in her Cultural Criticism and Transformation talks. I agree a lot with what hooks says about popular culture and it lines up well with what cultural critics in the past have said. The Frankfurt School, for example, … speaking and I do not find the argument about equality to be very convincing. On the other hand, a lot of what bell hooks points out about the power of popular culture and the issues that are communicated about race and class and power are ones that … media as legitimate because I am of the opinion……
Bell hooks. (2006). Cultural criticism and transformation. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQUuHFKP-9s
Bendix, R. (1974). Inequality and social structure: a comparison of Marx and Weber. American Sociological Review, 149-161.
Horkheimer, M. & T. Adorno, T. (1944). The Culture Industry. UK: Routledge
… but it will not come so long as the U.S. continues to fund the state of Israel in its quest to destroy Palestine. Hooks (1999) points out that ethnicity is the spice of life, and that when ethnicity is not respected among all peoples, it creates devastating ……
Facione, P. (2006). Critical thinking: what it is and why it counts. Insight Assessments.
Hooks, B. (1999). Black looks: Race and representation. South End Press.
Human Rights Watch. (2018). Israel and Palestine. Retrieved from https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2019/country-chapters/israel/palestine
Johnson, S. A. (2011). Women, Shared Leadership, and Policy: The Mano River Women's Peace Network Case Study. Journal of Pan African Studies, 4(8).
Mearsheimer, J. J., & Walt, S. M. (2007). The Israel lobby and US foreign policy. Macmillan.
Richards, R. (2010). Everyday creativity. The Cambridge handbook of creativity, 189-215.
Sharp, J. (2018). U.S. Foreign Aid to Israel. Retrieved from https://fas.org/sgp/crs/mideast/RL33222.pdf
Verhaeghe, P. (2014). Neoliberalism has brought out the worst in us. The Guardian. Annotated Bibliography
Today, there are dozens of deadly diseases in the world, but the Ebola virus disease (alternatively “EVD” or “Ebola”) is among the most virulent and lethal. Although intensive research is underway, there is no cure currently available for Ebola and the death toll attributable to this disease continues to increase. To date, there have been nearly 30,000 cases of Ebola infections that caused more than 11,000 deaths, primarily in West Africa, but the disease has the potential to spread worldwide unless first responders, emergency management managers and the health care community take aggressive steps to identify infections and contain outbreaks. The main purpose of this study is to provide a systematic and critical review of the relevant juried, scholarly and governmental literature about the Ebola virus disease to create an awareness manual that is targeted at educating Nigerian citizens concerning this disease. A secondary purpose of this study is……
Allam, M. F. (2014, September). Ebola hemorrhagic fever: Case fatality rate 90%? Central European Journal of Public Health 22(3), 207-210.
Allam, M. F. & Vonka, V. (2015, March). Ebola virus disease: Temperature checks for travelers? Central European Journal of Public Health, 23(1), 84.
Brand, J. E. & Stela, D. (2014, October). Ebola is here: Knowledge, identification, and appropriate infection control are key. American Nurse Today, 9(10), 37-39.
Brown, G. (2015, Winter). Ebola in America: An epidemic or a pandemic? ABNF Journal, 26(1), 3-5.
Ebola. (2019). Doctors without Borders. Retrieved from https://www.doctorswithout borders.org/what-we-do/medical-issues/ebola.
Ebola outbreak. (2019). U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/history/2014-2016-outbreak/index.html .
Ebola virus disease. (2019). U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/index.html .
Hancock, M. (2019, September). After Ebola. African Business, 422, 56-58.
… For corporations like Disney, that practice involves hooking its audience while they are young and retaining them for life—the same as a pusher hooks a junkie. The meaning has to keep changing as the child grows to adolescence and then to adulthood, and the media is there ……
Drake, Jennifer, et al. Growing up postmodern: Neoliberalism and the war on the young. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2002.
Giroux, Henry. “Disney, Casino Capitalism and the Exploitation of Young Boys: Beyond the Politics of Innocence.” TruthOut, 2009. https://truthout.org/articles/disney-casino-capitalism-and-the-exploitation-of-young-boys-beyond-the-politics-of-innocence/
Hall, Stuart. “Representation & the Media.” Media Education Foundation, 1997. https://www.mediaed.org/transcripts/Stuart-Hall-Representation-and-the-Media-Transcript.pdf
Marger, Martin N. \\\\\\\\\\\\"The mass media as a power institution.\\\\\\\\\\\\" Power in modern societies (1993): 238-249.
...Hooks Speech to My Peers on Rebelling Against Social Distancing as the New Normal
The new normal they say—that is what it has come down to for us! They have decided to dictate the terms for us with regard to how we are now to live our lives. They know what is best for us, what is best for our health, what is best for our world. These tin pot dictators have determined a collective course of action, agreed upon behind closed doors, and have issued their executive decisions, making laws left and right that limit your freedom and curtail your civil liberties. They have robbed from you your very right to work, to earn a living for yourself. In what sane world does one man have the right to deny another the ability to work? You cannot take a man’s work away from him—for then what is he but a……
...Hooks Part 1:
Lesson plan 1
1. Lesson Plan Information
Grade Level: Sixth
Length of Period: 1hr 30 minutes
Standard: Pennsylvania’s Common Core State Standard CC.2.3.2.A.2 for Mathematics
2. Lesson objective(s)
Expectation(s) (Directly from The State Curriculum):
i. Understanding of fractions (parts of a fraction)
ii. Understand basic operations with fractions
iii. Ability to perform operations with fractions
Learning Skills (Where applicable):
· Creative thinking
· Critical analysis
3. Learning Context
A. The Learners
Sixth grade learners have basic knowledge on fractions, how to perform basic operations on fractions.
To accommodate diversity (learning), different methods of instructions will be used. The primary method of instructions will be guidance notes to ensure challenged learners are carried along.
B. Learning Environment
A learner-centered classroom environment is to be used. Classroom practices will be aimed at discovering what the……
Spooner, F., Baker, J. N., Harris, A. A., Ahlgrim-Delzell, L., & Browder, D. M. (2007). Effects of training in universal design for learning on lesson plan development. Remedial and special education, 28(2), 108-116.
Wiggins, G. P., & McTighe, J. (2012). The Understanding by design guide to advanced concepts in creating and reviewing units. ASCD.
...Hooks Lesson Plans
Lesson plans ought to be designed as per the level of the targeted learner's skills and capabilities. Also, a lesson plan must seek to achieve the standards and goals set but the school, the state, or federal authorities. For a lesson plan to be not just successful but also effective, it must be designed to suit the resources available. Alternatively, a lesson plan should not be designed to utilize resources that are not or cannot be availed. In this paper, therefore, is a review of a curriculum guide - Common Core Literacy Lesson Plans: Ready-to-Use Resources, K-5 by Lauren Davis, and afterward, two lesson plans that are designed based on the reviewed curriculum guide.
Part I: A Review of Curriculum
Review of \"Common Core Literacy Lesson Plans: Ready-to-Use Resources, K-5\"
The Common Core Literacy Lesson Plans: Ready-to-Use Resources, K-5 by Lauren Davis, is the curriculum guide that……
Biondi, L. (2012). A Major CCSS Resource [Review of the book Common Core Literacy Lesson Plans: Ready-to-Use Resources 6-8, By Lauren Davis]. Middle web. Retrieved from https://www.middleweb.com/4982/a-major-ccss-resource/
Davis, L. (Ed.). (2013). Common Core Literacy Lesson Plans: Ready-to-Use Resources, K-5. Routledge.
Ramakrishna, A., & Sawhney, M. S. (2012). Constructivist Lesson Planning: Theory and Practice. RESEARCHERS ORGANIZATION BILASPUR (CG), 121.
Can Adults Be Cyberbullied?
When Does Online Behavior Cross the Line: Understanding Cyberbullying in the Context of Internet Social Rules
Cyberbullying Essay Hooks
Cyberbullying combines all of the worst aspects of bullying and stalking, because the victim can never completely escape the bullying.
Almost 15% of ……
Bazarova, Natalie. (14 May 2018). Key Questions in the Fight Against Cyberbullying. Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/social-media-stories/201805/key-questions-in-the-fight-against-cyberbullying . Accessed 16 July 2020.
Ben-Joseph, Elena Pearl. (April 2018). Cyberbullying. TeensHealth. https://kidshealth.org/en/teens/cyberbullying.html . Accessed 16 July 2020.
Scheff, Sue. (29 November 2019). Adult Cyberbullying Is More Common Than You Think. Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/shame-nation/201911/adult-cyberbullying-is-more-common-you-think . Accessed 16 July 2020.
John, Ann et al., (2018). Self-Harm, Suicidal Behaviors, and Cyberbullying in Children and Young People: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(4): e129 DOI: 10.2196/jmir.9044.
Oakes, Kelly. (15 September 2019). Why Children Become Bullies at School. BBC.com. https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190913-why-some-children-become-merciless-bullies . Accessed 16 July 2020.
...Hooks Marijuana is a drug that is acquired from the cannabis plant. It is also referred to as cannabis and it is a psychoactive drug (Miller, Oberbarnscheidt and Gold 1). Marijuana is used for recreational or medical purposes. Across the world, marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug and it is classified as Schedule 1 controlled substance. It alters the mood of a person and affects almost every organ in the body. The cannabis plant is normally dried out, ground up, and smoked. The drug comes in many forms and it can even be baked. In most instances, it is added in the ingredients for cookies and candies for it to be consumed. This produces the same effect as that of smoking it. Marijuana being a psychoactive drug alters perception. It contains tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is a chemical compound that causes the effects of the drug (Uhl, Koob and Cable……
Ford, Benjamin M, et al. \\\\\\"Synthetic Pot: Not Your Grandfather’s Marijuana.\\\\\\" Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 38.3 (2017): 257-76. Print.
Hefner, Kathryn R, Mark J Starr, and John J Curtin. \\\\\\"Altered Subjective Reward Valuation among Drug-Deprived Heavy Marijuana Users: Aversion to Uncertainty.\\\\\\" Journal of abnormal psychology 125.1 (2016): 138. Print.
Miller, NS, T Oberbarnscheidt, and MS Gold. \\\\\\"Marijuana Addictive Disorders: Dsm-5 Substance-Related Disorders.\\\\\\" J Addict Res Ther S 11 (2017): 2. Print.
Uhl, George R, George F Koob, and Jennifer Cable. \\\\\\"The Neurobiology of Addiction.\\\\\\" Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1451.1 (2019): 5. Print.
Wong, Su-Wei, and Hsien-Chang Lin. \\\\\\"Medical Marijuana Legalization and Associated Illicit Drug Use and Prescription Medication Misuse among Adolescents in the Us.\\\\\\" Addictive behaviors 90 (2019): 48-54. Print.
The determining factors and the relationship between substance abuse and addiction include time, the build-up of tolerance, the development of craving, and the experience of withdrawal so that the individual no longer wants to ever be without the drug. One who abuses substances is likely to get into legal or social trouble; one who is addicted is one who no longer cares about the repercussions and cares only for the high that the substances promise (Doweiko, 2015).
In my own experience, abuse can turn into addiction as the will gradually gives in to the craving. For instance, I have seen people become alcoholics as they start off just enjoying alcohol. Then they begin enjoying it too much and they get a DUI. Then they realize that they need to straighten out their lives, but eventually things do not go well for them and they end up turning to alcohol……
Doweiko, H. E. (2015). Concepts of chemical dependency (9th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning. ISBN: 9781285455136.
New International Version. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.biblestudytools.com/1-peter/5-10.html
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