Analyze and describe the agonist-antagonist activity of the drugs, and the receptor types and subtypes on which the drugs will exert their pharmacological action. Indicate if these drugs will reverse or slow the disease process, or if they will only help ameliorate symptoms.
A law firm has hired you to assist with digital evidence cases involving divorces. The main evidence consists of email, spreadsheets, and documents. Before hiring you, the firm used an outside group to conduct investigations. You have to decide what equipment and software to purchase. What would you do to build a business plan that would be approved?
After watching the videos in the Module/Week 1 Reading & Study folder, answer the following questions in a Word document:
Define Trompe l’oeil What does the bottom register of the Arena Chapel (Passion) depict? Are all the narrative depictions included in the Chapel actually in the Bible? Why? Define Chiaroscuro. Who is thought to have taught Giotto this technique? Define Buon Fresco. Define Secco Fresco. What was the issue with this technique in Giotto’s work? What Biblical story is depicted that is an Old Testament analogy of a New Testament story of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection? Describe the depiction/painting of Envy and Hope
Wrestle with the essential question(s) and respond to it/them. Answer the question(s) clearly and concisely, providing evidence or examples for claims, cite the readings/videos/podcasts when appropriate, making connections to your life and/or current events, and being reflexive over how the material has shaped your previous and present understandings of the topic.
Essential Question(s): How do we teach better (and more inclusive) social studies?
Think about your Research Proposal and how you will obtain the subjects necessary for your study (sample).
Does a Sampling Frame exist for your proposed study population? If so, where can it be found? If so, can you acquire it? Explain your response.
What type of sampling technique (e.g. stratified sampling) is most appropriate for your proposed study? Defend your response and keep in mind any/all potentially limiting factors (time, access to participants, funding, etc).
Next let’s talk about your methodology.
a. Participants i. Who are you targeting (priority population) for your study and what geographic region will you focus upon?
b. Describe exactly how and where you intend to distribute your survey or conduct qualitative assessments. i. Remember, think of this like a cookbook recipe. Describe step-by-step, how you will first make contact with your participants, how you will gain informed consent, your procedures for distributing the survey (e.g. handing it out in a class) (for quantitative studies), or your procedures for conducting interviews, observations, or focus groups (for qualitative studies). ii. If conducting an online survey, also describe how you will obtain participants email addresses and which system or program you will use to collect data.
How many participants will you need for your study (sample size)? Explain and justify your response.
You have learned about the historical origins of orthodox and modern criminology (e.g., Classical, Positivist, Durkheimian, Strain Theory). You have also studied critiques put forth by critical criminologists (e.g., Bernie & Messerschmidt) and those who evaluate criminology from the perspective of post-colonialism (e.g., Agozino). Drawing on this material, and your own analysis and interpretation of it, please respond to the following questions in one essay: a) Which of the theoretical perspectives that we have learnt about so far, most resonate with you and why? (none may fully resonate, that’s ok, you have the opportunity to engage with that in part b)) b) What are the key strengths and limitations of your chosen perspective for helping us understand why crime occurs and what its consequences and implications can be (for society at large, and individuals/groups)? To argue your position, please pick a relevant “real-world” case that will help to support the points you make. For instance, if you are interested in critiquing classical criminological theory for neglecting to consider how inequality and race operate in the criminal-justice system, you might pick the case of the “central park five”: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/30/arts/television/when-they-see-us.html This is simply an example – and one that may not be relevant to you. Some additional examples of relevant “cases” are below: The criminalization of Poverty (through a critique of the American Dream): https://news.un.org/en/story/2017/12/639652-american-dream-quickly-becoming- illusion-says-un-human-rights-expert ??????? People vs. Turner: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/07/us/outrage-in-stanford- rape-case-over-dueling-statements-of-victim-and-attackers-father.html Kalief Browder Story: https://www.newyorker.com/topics/kalief-browder-in-the- new-yorker
Identify artist, title (in italics!), date of work and medium. Describe the content and/or subject matter (describe what you see when you look at the work). ( For example: ” Agnolo Bronzino’s Eleanor of Toledo from 1544 is an oil on wood portrait of a mother seated with her young son standing on her right side. The mother is wearing an elaborate dress with black and gold details. The child has blond hair and is wearing a dark blue jacket and is smiling slightly.) Identify a style or movement the work is associated with; use your Preble’s textbook to place the work in its style category. Explain how it fits into this particular art movement. ( For example: “Eleanor of Toledo was completed during the beginning of the Mannerist art movement, which took place in Italy beginning in the 1520s. This painting is characteristically Mannerist because the figures in the painting have exaggerated and elongated proportions-especially fingers-and are painted with rich colors used to imply texture.”) Identify 2-3 formal elements (define each formal element using your textbook; identify each formal element in the artwork).
Diversity Wins: How inclusion matters (2020) (Links to an external site.) Delivering through diversity (2018) (Links to an external site.) Why diversity matters (2015) (Links to an external site.) This discussion does not have a set prompt, rather think through the three articles that you just reviewed and in your initial discussion post, offer a reflection and response to what you just read. Apply the material to your own industry and offer at least 1 example. Additionally, how do diversity and inclusion play a role in your future success?