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People Who Do Not Socially Distance Are Considered Deviant In The

Pages: 1 (315 words) Sources: 1 Document Type:Essay Document #:58358066

Deviance
Currently, not social distancing is considered deviant. People will take pictures of others and put them on social media to shame them and they will call them names like “Covidiot” because … media and on social media, and according to labeling theory labels are a way to ostracize, to marginalize and to prevent groups of people from being legitimized or from having any power in a system (Lumen, 2019).
Some things that were deviant 50 years ago were homosexuality ……

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Lumen. (2019). Theoretical perspectives on deviance. Retrieved from  https://courses.lumenlearning.com/sociology/chapter/theoretical-perspectives-on-deviance/ 

 

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How Different People And Countries Are Managing Coronavirus COVID 19

Pages: 10 (3078 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Interview Document #:24571907

… like to have that responsibility? How do you balance your influence in society with your self-awareness and sense of moral duty to the people of Nigeria?
3. Nigeria faces a number of challenges on the world’s stage in terms of catching up with the leading industrialized nations—and … be an economic fallout from the spread of the coronavirus around the world and now through Nigeria. President Trump is eager to get people back to the work in the US to prevent economic collapse. In your eyes, what is the most prudent course of action to … coronavirus is just another form of flu and that the media blows the effects of the virus out of proportion. They feel that people are unnecessarily spreading fear and paranoia. As a medical doctor, what can you say on that topic to contribute to the discussion?
5. …
5. Are you concerned about……

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How To Accept Disabled People

Pages: 1 (345 words) Sources: 1 Document Type:Essay Document #:69925207

… needs of others and views a certain type or class or population as sub-human, the result is going to be abuse. Today, some people still grow up in such cultures, but in general today’s culture is more sensitive to the needs of the under-privileged and marginalized.
However, … to the acceptance and treatment of the disabled. For instance, the opportunity for abuse is never fully going to be eradicated unless all people work together to eradicate it. The issues that Lost in Laconia present that have relevance for today’s schools and service systems include the ……

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1L Media. (2013). Lost in Laconia. Retrieved from  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UesOm2HTm2I 

 

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Social Distancing As A New Normal Is Enslavement

Pages: 4 (1093 words) Document Type:Essay Document #:46329333

… intention to renew the institution of slavery by hook or by crook. It is why Jim Crow followed immediately thereupon. It is why people in the East are wage slaves for companies like Nike and Apple. It is why so many people are incarcerated in our for-profit prisons in our prison industrial complex and forced to work for pennies on the dollar for US corporations ……

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Victims Of Homelessness

Pages: 5 (1359 words) Sources: 8 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:74972177

… including high morbidity and mortality rates, poor health conditions, stigmatization, and victims of crime. Recent studies have shown that approximately 49% of homeless people have been victims of violent crimes while 62% have witnessed violent attacks on another homeless individual (Stanley et al., 2016). Therefore, addressing the … of violent crimes while 62% have witnessed violent attacks on another homeless individual (Stanley et al., 2016). Therefore, addressing the plight of homeless people is a major public policy issue, particularly in the field of criminal justice and social work. Policymakers and other relevant stakeholders are faced … and approaches to address the ongoing problem of homelessness in the country.
Existing statistics demonstrate that women and children are the most affected people groups. Women and children are more likely to become homeless in comparison to men. For example, in 2015, more than 31,500 adults and … efforts between various stakeholders including……

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Bachega, H. (2018, October 8). Homeless in US: A Deepening Crisis on the Streets of America. BBC. Retrieved November 22, 2019, from  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-45442596 

Bendix, A. (2019, November 18). The 9 States with the Worst Homelessness Crises Reveal How Bad the Housing Crunch Has Gotten in US Cities. Business Insider. Retrieved November 22, 2019,  https://www.businessinsider.com/photos-homelessness-states-worst-crises-2018-11?IR=T 

Ellsworth, J.T. (2018, December 3). Street Crime Victimization Among Homeless Adults: A Review of the Literature. Victims & Offenders: An International Journal of Evidence-based Research, Policy and Practice, 14(1), 96-118.

Family & Youth Services Bureau. (2016, June 24). Domestic Violence and Homelessness: Statistics (2016). Retrieved from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website:  https://www.acf.hhs.gov/fysb/resource/dv-homelessness-stats-2016 

Norris, S. (2019, September 9). Women Fleeing Abuse Are Being ‘re-traumatized’ by the Housing System. City Metric. Retrieved November 22, 2019, from  https://www.citymetric.com/politics/women-fleeing-abuse-are-being-re-traumatised-housing-system-4769 

Stanley, J.L., Jansson, A.V., Akinyemi, A.A. & Mitchell, C.S. (2016, November). Characteristics of Violent Deaths Among Homeless People in Maryland, 2003-2011. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 51(5), S260-S266.

Turner, M.M., Funge, S.P. & Gabbard, W.J. (2018). Victimization of the Homeless: Perceptions, Policies, and Implications for Social Work Practice. Journal of Social Work in the Global Community, 3(1), 1-12.

Tyler, K.A. & Beal, M.R. (2010). The High-risk Environment of Homeless Young Adults: Consequences for Physical and Sexual Victimization. Violence and Victims, 25(1), 101-115.

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Transgender The Behaviors Acts And Transitions

Pages: 12 (3516 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:31099543

… sex traits and characteristics. More often than not, gender incongruence is supplemented by clinically pertinent psychological anguish, also referred to as gender dysphoria. People with gender incongruence are termed as trans persons. This terminology encompasses individuals whose gender identity is contradictory to their assigned sex; therefore, both … pervasive social stigmatization that transpersons experience, gender dysphoria can result in negative self-perception and psychological issues (Jellestad et al., 2018). Specifically, numerous transgender people face depressive incidents in the course of their lifetime, which in severe cases, are linked with suicidal behavior. Therefore, to overcome this sentiment … course of their lifetime, which in severe cases, are linked with suicidal behavior. Therefore, to overcome this sentiment of gender dysphoria, numerous transgender people opt to seek medical assistance and undergo gender-affirming interventions that can either include gender-affirming surgery or sex hormonal medical treatment. In the present … develop clinically relevant biopsychological anguish……

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Bockting, W. O., Miner, M. H., Swinburne Romine, R. E., Hamilton, A., & Coleman, E. (2013). Stigma, mental health, and resilience in an online sample of the US transgender population. American journal of public health, 103(5), 943-951.

Bockting, W., Coleman, E., Deutsch, M. B., Guillamon, A., Meyer, I., Meyer III, W., ... & Ettner, R. (2016). Adult development and quality of life of transgender and gender-nonconforming people. Current opinion in endocrinology, diabetes, and obesity, 23(2), 188.

Catelan, R. F., Costa, A. B., & Lisboa, C. S. D. M. (2017). Psychological interventions for transgender persons: a scoping review. International Journal of Sexual Health, 29(4), 325-337.

Divan, V., Cortez, C., Smelyanskaya, M., & Keatley, J. (2016). Transgender social inclusion and equality: a pivotal path to development. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 19, 20803.

Drydakis, N. (2020). Trans People, Transitioning, Mental Health, Life, and Job Satisfaction. Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics, 1-22.

Glynn, T. R., & van den Berg, J. J. (2017). A systematic review of interventions to reduce problematic substance use among transgender individuals: A call to action. Transgender Health, 2(1), 45-59.

Grossman, A. H., Haney, A. P., Edwards, P., Alessi, E. J., Ardon, M., & Howell, T. J. (2009). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth talk about experiencing and coping with school violence: A qualitative study. Journal of LGBT Youth, 6(1), 24-46.

Jellestad, L., Jäggi, T., Corbisiero, S., Schaefer, D. J., Jenewein, J., Schneeberger, A., ... & Garcia Nuñez, D. (2018). Quality of life in transitioned trans persons: a retrospective cross-sectional cohort study. BioMed research international, 2018.

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Racial Tension And Violence In To Kill A Mockingbird

Pages: 6 (1655 words) Sources: 1 Document Type:Essay Document #:53390486

… appeared and lynch mobs were on the prowl. The lynch mob in the film reflects the reality of lynch mobs in America—groups of people who set about…[break]…rape is thus depicted in the film. But the film’s hero knows that the fear is unjustified and that Tom is ……

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Works Cited

Executive Order 10925. Thecre. https://www.thecre.com/fedlaw/legal6/eo10925.htm

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Enterprise Risk Management In Wells Fargo During The Pandemic

Pages: 15 (4587 words) Sources: 15 Document Type:Essay Document #:32848070

...People Enterprise Risk Management in Wells Fargo during the Pandemic
Introduction
As Beasley (2020) points out, enterprise risk management (ERM) is especially needed during the COVID 19 pandemic because of the “number of different, but interrelated risks spread all across most organization” (p. 2). COVID 19 is not just a factor that has impacted one business or industry. It has impacted all businesses and all industries in different ways. Grocery chains like Kroger, for instance, have seen increased demand. Restaurants on the other hand have seen business dry up due to mandated quarantine orders. Small business owners and large corporations have filed for bankruptcy. All of this impacts the banking sector and Wells Fargo specifically because of its role in managing loan products, using interest rates to attract savers, and offering investment advice. “No single risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic crisis can be managed in isolation,” as Beasley (2020) points……

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Beasley, M. (2020). How to Leverage ERM Principles to Better Respond to COVID-19-Related Risks. ERM Professional Insights.

Derysh, I. (2020). Watchdog questions why Wells Fargo reported giving only one large PPP loan to a Black-owned business. Retrieved from  https://www.salon.com/2020/07/22/watchdog-questions-why-wells-fargo-reported-giving-only-one-large-ppp-loan-to-a-black-owned-business/ 

English, C. (2020). Wells Fargo Forced to Cut Its Dividend After Fed Stress Test. Here’s What Other Banks Did. Retrieved from  https://www.barrons.com/articles/wells-fargo-forced-to-cut-its-dividend-after-fed-stress-test-51593467664 

Hall, J. (2007). Internal Auditing and ERM: Fitting in and Adding Value. Retrieved from  https://global.theiia.org/about/about-the-iia/Public  Documents/Sawyer_Award_2007.pdf

Kaplan, R. & Mikes, A. (2012). Managing risks: A new framework. Harvard Business Review, 3.

Lewis, M. (2010). The Big Short. NY: W. W. Norton.

Lundqvist, S. (2014). Abandoning Silos for Integration: Implementing Enterprise Risk Management and Risk Governance. Lund University.

Morgenson, G. (2020). More Wells Fargo customers say the bank decided to pause their mortgage payments without asking. Retrieved from https://www.nbcnews.com/business/personal-finance/more-wells-fargo-customers-say-bank-decided-pause-their-mortgage-n1234610

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Scandalous Art Of The 19th Century

Pages: 4 (1327 words) Sources: 4 Document Type:Essay Document #:73431158

...People Realism in Art in Paris in the 19th Century Prostitutes and Third Class Carriages
The 19th century was a century of Realism, Romanticism and Victorianism; a conflict existed in society between wanting to explore boundaries (the romantic aspect), expose reality, and wanting to cover over indecencies (the prudish Victorian aspect). Puritanism and prurience defined the two juxtaposing poles. Realism was like the middle ground, the area of the field that artists sought to highlight. Yet, for artists like Courbet, Daumier and Manet, certain subjects—like a mother holding a sleeping baby in the nursing pose on a third-class train, or lesbian lovers, or a nude woman—were deemed to provocative, too revealing, too dirty, sensual and real and thus too sensational for a Victorian crowd. They were appealing to those with Realist leanings, but Romantics were not quite satisfied with them either because they did not put emphasis on the beautiful and……

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References

Browne, E. (2020). The third-class carriage. Retrieved from  https://www.sartle.com/artwork/the-third-class-carriage-honore-daumier 

Clark, T. J. (1999). The painting of modern life. Princeton.

Michallat, W. (2007). Lesbian inscriptions in Francophone society and culture. Durham Modern Languages.

Millett-Gallantt, A. (2010). The disabled body in contemporary art. Palgrave Macmillan.

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Canadian Reciprocity Treaty Of 1854

Pages: 10 (2920 words) Sources: 8 Document Type:Essay Document #:12980829

… fish, fruit, meats, animals, breadstuffs, flour, and grain. The treaty also allowed American fishermen to fish in British colonial fisheries and granted British people the right to fish in American fisheries. Americans and British ships were also allowed equal access to Lake Michigan, Canadian Canals, and St. ……

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Ankli, R. E. (1971). The reciprocity treaty of 1854. The Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d\\\\\\\\\\\\'Economique, 4(1), 1-20.

Gerriets, M., & Gwyn, J. (1996). Tariffs, trade, and reciprocity: Nova Scotia, 1830-1866. Acadiensis, 25(2), 62-81.

Haynes, F. E. (1892). The Reciprocity treaty with Canada of 1854 (Vol. 7, No. 6). Baltimore, Md.: American Economic Association.

Hinton, M. (2013). Canadian economic growth and the reciprocity treaty of 1854. Working Papers 13038, Economic History Society.

Masters, D. C. (1963). The reciprocity treaty of 1854: its history, its relation to British colonial and foreign policy, and to the development of Canadian fiscal autonomy (Vol. 9). McGill-Queen\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Press-MQUP.

Officer, L. H., & Smith, L. B. (1968). The Canadian-American reciprocity treaty of 1855 to 1866. Journal of Economic History, 598-623.

Porritt, E. (1908). Sixty Years of Protection in Canada, 1846-1907: Where Industry Leans on the Politician. London: Macmillan.

Saunders, S. A. (1934). The Maritime Provinces and the Reciprocity Treaty. The Dalhousie Review.

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