Think about the following social movements: civil rights, feminist, and LGBTQ. Imagine the social context of each movement, and especially the societal interactions occurring in the 1960s and 1970s United States. Identify how the communities/groups involved in these movements worked with one another to achieve a common goal of equality. You may find research on queer millennials helpful for explaining how these groups continue to work together.
Write a two-page (double-spaced, 1″margins, 12pt Times New Roman font) analysis of these social movements, beginning by describing the type of equality each group/community sought in the U.S. during the 1960s and 1970s and the type of equality each group/community seeks today. Next explain how these groups have worked together across U.S. history to address the needs of multiple/intersecting identities.
- Discuss about an issue concerning a current social issue or modern technology and write an essay in which you take a position on that issue.
- Identify the three essential elements to management, maintaining a balance between the current culture, and improving relationships to minimize resistance to change.
- Explain how the Act of God doctrine, can be used to eliminate liability in contracts for failure to perform.
- What experiences have you had working with children with psychological difficulties?
- Identify measures to assist the individual to achieve the tasks of his/her stage of development.
- Discuss and analyse the Trifler letters to the serialized articles on natural philosophy and history.
- Do you agree with the concept that individuals self-medicate in relation to stress, coping, and substance-related and addictive disorders?
- Discuss nation-states in the world today, and different types of political institutions are spread among them.
- Summarize, analyze, and discuss some of the key aspects of that Compliance Program Manual, and how some of those key aspects relate to promoting product safety and efficacy.
- Explain how to reduce the use of excessive police force that especially targets communities of color in the United States.