In small rural communities, nearly everyone knows everyone else and there is considerable social interaction. A duel relationship arises for a social worker when he or she provides professional services for a client and enters into a business or social

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  1. social studies

    Which of the following is the main difference between the cultures of the Ancestral Puebloans and the Mississippians? A. The Ancestral Puebloans were known for building stone homes while the Mississippians were known for building mounds. B. The Ancestral

  2. Writing

    Prompt: Many communities are considering adopting curfews for high school students. Some educators and parents favor curfews because they believe it will encourage students to focus more on their homework and make them more responsible. Others feel curfews

  3. Focus on the Caregiver

    A responsive interaction chain is all of the following except A. a respectful way of interaction. B. the interchange of responses between caregiver and child. C. a clear demand of expectations from another. D. the basis of effective caregiving. my answer

  4. Reflective Checklist

    List two items you would expect to see in a setting for a children 3-5 years of age that promote social interaction?

  5. Sociology

    Which sociological perspective holds the view that people create their social worlds through interaction and manipulation of symbols? A. Functionalist B. Conflict C. Interactionist D. Global

  6. psychology

    Teaching children social skills, perspective taking, __________ are important discipline strategies that promote lifelong, harmonious social interaction. A. forgiveness, and restitution B. effective communication, and emotion regulation C. forgiveness, and

  7. EDU

    How do adolescents' socialization experiences differ in urban and rural communities? How are such differences declining over time, and why?

  8. history

    The people of Ancient Greece lived in small, isolated communities that eventually grew in large city-states. Why were these communities isolated from one another? A. They wished to avoid diseases. B. They spoke different languages. C. Greece has a varied

  9. Education

    How do adolescents' socialization experiences differ in urban and rural communities? How are such differences declining over time, and why?

  10. biology

    How does the interaction between a carrier protein and the substance it transports resemble the interaction between an enzyme and its substrate?

  11. Society & Environment Engineering

    ___________is the scientific study of human society and social interaction

  12. Science

    The inheritance of genetic traits from parents to children follows predictable rules. Knowing that each parent contributes genes equally to each child, what determines an inherited trait such as eye color? A) Only the interaction between dominant genes. B)

  13. Science

    Ok so, if an ant eats plant sap from aphids and, in turn, protect that plant from ladybugs. Is it: predatory interaction competitive interaction mutual interaction 2: Cheetahs and lions both hunt the same prey in the savanna. Is that: competitive

  14. Life orientation

    What are causes of social issue.what are five factors of social issue.the impact of the contemporary of social issue. How the contemporary social issue impact negative on local and global communities list five.give a detail description of your plan and

  15. thesis paper

    Please help me paraphrase this statement. Thus human behavior is the product of an ongoing interaction between social environments and internal motivations (gained from previous social experiences). These systems include the home, family, religion,

  16. Civics

    "Washington lobbyists are working in Congress to block the rural reforms you (small farms) need," Obama said. "Rather than investing in rural opportunity, our government is handing out subsidies (money) to corporate mega-farms. Over the past decade, our

  17. social studies

    how does life in instanbul differ from life in rural turkey A. instanbul is more modern then rural turkey B. women do not work outside the house, wear as they do work outside the hose in rural turkey C. instanbul does not have a mixed economy , and rural

  18. Psychology

    you examine basic concepts of human interaction from a psychology perspective. In your examination, describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations. In your description be sure to address the following: a.Describe

  19. Sociology

    Which sociological perspective holds the view that people create their social worlds through interaction and manipulation of symbols?

  20. child development

    which factors seems to be most important for the development of make-believe play? a)Maturation of the frontal lobes and the cerebellum b)Children's readiness to engage in make-believe play and social experiences that promote t c)Development of perspective

  21. Social Studies

    1.Diversity most closely means (1 point) A. Sharing cultural traits and practices with others. B. Making up a whole of many different parts. ** C. being a member of a small ethnic group. D. Having many similar regions next to one other. 2. How does life in

  22. Biology

    How does the interaction between a carrier protein and the substance it transports resemble the interaction between an enzyme and its substrate? Use the Fit model on this.

  23. Social Studies

    The largest mass migration in human history has taken place in China. Why? a. Chinese are seeking political amnesty in other countries b. Chinese are moving from the rural areas to work in urban factories c. Workers are leaving the rural areas to work in

  24. science help plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?

    What is the mean photon energy of.......? During the history of the Universe from the Big Bang to the present day, at some point in time the mean temperature of the Universe was 1 × 10^17 K. What was the mean photon energy at this instant, and which of

  25. Social Studies

    'That rural Australia is NOT always given the short straw' If you don't happen to know about Australia, just rural areas in general. What advantages do they have over modern cities?

  26. Physics Urgent!!

    Newton’s Law of Gravity specifies the magnitude of the interaction force between two point masses, m1 and m2, separated by the distance r as F(r) = Gm1m2/r^2. The gravitational constant G can be determined by directly measuring the interaction force in

  27. Social Sciences, 3 scenarios

    In small rural communities, nearly everyone knows everyone else and there is considerable social interaction. A duel relationship arises for a social worker when he or she provides professional services for a client and enters into a business or social

  28. Life orientation

    Critically analyze the impact of crime as a contemporary social issue on communities and poverty on global communities

  29. Life orientation

    Critically analyze the impact of crime as a contemporary social issue on local communities and poverty on global communities

  30. direct and indirect guidance

    Cognitive development in the first year of life enables infants to A. sense their status in social interaction, realize that they cause things to happen, and remain passive partners. B. sense their status and remain passive partners in social interaction.

  31. Psychology

    You are to evaluate how well the author used the points described in the text book about conformity and persuasion to explain their reasons for selecting Donnie. In 200 to 300 words. I think Donnie would more likely be persuaded by peer pressures. Although

  32. Writing

    Expository essay prompt: Describe the evolution of communication in the last 20 years since the advent of the Internet. Note: I wrote the essay in 15 minutes. Please give me some feedback and rate my essay from 1 (lowest to 5 ( highest). My essay: In

  33. sociology

    How can the three sociological perspectives (e.g., social functionalism, social conflict, and symbolic interaction) be used to conceptually understand social deviance?

  34. english

    what does social disorganization, functional-structural, social conflict, social issue and Symbolic Interaction mean? i have googled them but i don't understand

  35. Elem

    what would happen to our suburban communities if we did not have rural mountains?

  36. education

    how are such difference between urban and rural communities with adolescentsocialization declining overtime and why

  37. Cultral Diversity

    1.Reserch about the impact of cultral valueson peer social interaction in an early education classroom may lead one to conclude that this enviroment may create biases if the primary social orientation favors:a teacher centered learning b.individual

  38. english

    need some social interaction activities which i can use in a clasroom teaching EFL.Children will be given a story about a boy and girl going on picnic.While the boy was reading a book and girl was picking flowers bear came and took some food and wanted to

  39. Social studies

    1.Which of the following social concerns did the 1885 school attendance law most clearly help? A. Temperance B. Prohibition C. Child labor D. Immigration

  40. Anthropology

    If a friend were to say, “ He’s the president of the college” the term “president” would refer to an: a)status b)role c)social situation d)social relationship e)social interaction a group ranked in a system of social stratification into which

  41. sociology

    How can the three sociological perspectives (e.g., social functionalism, social conflict, and symbolic interaction) be used to conceptually understand the family

  42. sociology

    How can the three sociological perspectives (e.g., social functionalism, social conflict, and symbolic interaction) be used to conceptually understand multiculturalism?

  43. sociology

    How can the three sociological perspectives (e.g., social functionalism, social conflict, and symbolic interaction) be used to conceptually understand multiculturalism?

  44. sociology110

    how can the three sociological perspective e.g.social functionalism, social conflict, symbolic interaction be used on conceptually understand multiculturalism?

  45. psychology

    discuss how you percieve your interaction in the social world. Examine one of the social worlds in which you interact for example nfamily nlife or nwork.How has this changed or supported your own self efficacy.

  46. Argosy University

    How can social stratification possibly lead to prejudice and/or discrimination towards others? Compare and contrast prejudice and discrimination in at least three different ways. How can the three sociological perspectives (i.e., social functionalism,

  47. Socialogy

    a. How can social stratification possibly lead to prejudice and/or discrimination towards others? b. Compare and contrast prejudice and discrimination in at least three different ways. c. How can the three sociological perspectives (i.e., social

  48. check geo

    minifundia are farms: a)that provide cash croops in great quantities b)whose small plots of land feed rural famalies c)that are always planted in one crop d)where crops are grown for a small but highly profitable market my choos is d

  49. Sociological Perspectives

    I would like to know the differences between interpretevist and interactionist??? secondly..how social world is constructed according to interactionist.. is it through MEANING,SELF CONCEPT,NEGOTIATION,CATEGORIZATION??? the critics of interactionism are

  50. culturally diverse

    Young children's functional use of language within a work context is often observed in... a. mainstream industrialized societies b. triadic interactions in Mexico-American group c. rural Appalachian Black communities d, Native American cultures

  51. Social Studies

    Much of Booth’s anger at Abraham Lincoln resulted from the actor’s fanatical belief in the South’s constitutionally protected ________________. a- Right to maintain agricultural societies b- Right to maintain rural communities c- Right to secede d-

  52. Social studies

    Why do some families in rural areas of Mexico move to larger Mexican cities? Crime is not as high in cities compared to rural areas. Cities have less corruption compared to rural areas. City schools are better than rural schools. (MY ANSWER) They seek the

  53. Life Orientation

    Evaluate and discuss the impact of social issues on local communities

  54. Psy

    Describe a hypothesis related to the area of psychology in which you are predicting an interaction. Describe the specific nature of the interaction and why you think an interaction would occur. Justify your answers with appropriate research and reasoning.

  55. statistics

    Describe a hypothesis related to the area of psychology in which you are predicting an interaction. Describe the specific nature of the interaction and why you think an interaction would occur.

  56. life orientation

    Evaluate and discuss the impact of the chosen social issues on shools/communities

  57. Life Orientation

    evaluate and discuss the impact of contemporary social issues on schools and communities

  58. Life orientation

    Contemporary social issues that impact negatively on local and global communities

  59. Group Behavior in Organizations

    How does social influence/interaction affect decision making?

  60. psychology

    Describe a hypothesis related to the area of psychology in which you are predicting an interaction. Describe the specific nature of the interaction (how different levels of each independent variable work together to produce different outcomes) and why you

  61. chemistry

    what type of interaction is Mg2+, O2- What type of interaction is Na+, Cl- What type of interaction is I-I What type of interaction is H2CO, and CO What type of interaction is SO2, C6 H14

  62. cultural diversity

    1. Young children's functional use of language within a work context is often observed in: A. Mainstream industrialized societies. B. Triadic interactions in Mexican-American groups. C. Rural Appalachian Black communities. D. Native American

  63. Life Orientation

    Do a thorough investigation on the contemporary social issue that impact negatively on local global communities.

  64. Life Orientation

    Critically analyze the impact of crime as a contemporary social issue on local communities

  65. psy

    Write a 200- to 300-word critique of the response assigned by your facilitator. Include a summary of the decision stated in your assigned response, whether or not this response has made you see the scenario differently, and your critique of your

  66. Early Child Ed.

    Would the correct answer to this question be "competition?" Research about the impact of cultural values on peer social interaction in an early childhood classroom may lead one to conclude that this environment may create biases if the primary social

  67. Psyc Research Methods

    In the above study, the researchers reported the following mean femininity ratings (i.e. higher numbers indicate greater femininity): male- small meals (2.02) male- large meals (2.05) female- small meals (3.90) female- large meals (2.82) Assume that there

  68. Social Studies

    Founded by Oliver H. Kelley, the organization that came to be known as the _______ provided educational, social, and cultural activities to its rural members.

  69. Social Studies

    What economic, environmental, and social difficulties would Native Communities face as they tried to preserve their own culture? - HORIZONS CANADA MOVES WEST

  70. English Help Re-wording

    Help with re-wording my sentences Please: After September 11th the issue of racial profiling has expanded to more directly affect South Asian Americans, Arab Americans, Muslim Americans, and those identified as foreigners or immigrants. These communities

  71. Psychology

    which of the following is a possible statistically significant outcome from a 2x2 factorial design. A. The other three choices are all possible outcomes . B. Two main effects and an interaction . C. no main effect for either factor but an interaction D.

  72. Research 1

    which of the following is a possible statistically significant outcome from a 2x2 factorial design. A. The other three choices are all possible outcomes . B. Two main effects and an interaction . C. no main effect for either factor but an interaction D.

  73. Chem

    Which of the following are possible statistically significant findings from a 2 X 2 factorial design? a. two main effects but no interaction b. no main effect for either factor but an interaction c. All of the above are possible d. two main effects and an

  74. geography

    How does life in Istanbul differ from life in rural Turkey? A) Istanbul is more modern than rural Turkey B) Women in Istanbul do not work outside the home, whereas they do work outside the home C) Istanbul does not have a mixed economy and rural Turkey

  75. social studies

    I have two questions for grade 7 social studies people. They are both outcomes and one is What are the reasons Louis Riel became a leader? All of them! And Appreciate the challenges that communities and individuals face when confronted with rapid change?

  76. American Studies

    Affordable housing and improved transportation allowed people to begin to move away from central cities to the suburbs Think: When did affordable housing and highways come about? The industrial revolution gave rise to urbanization Think: When was the first

  77. HealthCareAdministration 230

    In health care, there are various physician-centered communication attributes that occur during the patient-provider interaction. Which of the following attributes can be beneficial during the interaction? Which of the following attributes can be

  78. chemistry

    Find the potential energy, V(r), and the magnitude of the force, | F |, associated with: (a) the interaction between a proton and an electron separated by a distance of 0.529 Å (b) the interaction between the nucleus of Neon (Ne) and an electron separated

  79. sociology

    Which sociological perspective holds the view that people create their social worlds through interaction and manipulation of symbols? (Points : 1) functionalist conflict interactionist global

  80. American History

    What motivated the original settlers of the Massachusetts colony to settle in thie New WOrld? What kind of communities did they establish and how did these communities change over time? What had happened by the 1730's that would cause the members of these

  81. Geography

    Good Afternoon! Need these three checked-- 28. In recent years, many Indians have a. moved from rural areas to the cities in search of better educational and exployment oppurtunities b. returned to rural villages and to tradition ways of life c. left

  82. Sociology

    My question that I would like to know from the experts, is did I answer the questions below correctly? 1=C, 2=C and 3=D 1)Which sociological perspective holds the view that people create their social worlds through interaction and manipulation of symbols?

  83. biology

    How does the interaction between a carrier protein and the substance it transports resemble the interaction between an enzyme and its substrate?

  84. Geography

    Should geographers regard culture and social customs as generalizations about a group of people, or should they say it comes from people's interaction with the physical environment?

  85. sociology

    Marxism claims that social welfare agencies are really just organizations of A. social class. B. social control. C. social pride. D. social vanity.

  86. Principles of community development studies

    As a change agent, you have been appointed as minister of local government and rural development. What policy guidelines would you formulate to address the problems the rural poor? Please help me!! I don't know how to start and what to write

  87. College Intro To Geography

    Discuss the ways in which geographers employ the ideas of distance, accessibility, and connectivity to describe the process of spatial interaction. The spatial interaction would be how people, or even animals, interact with each other. For instance how

  88. Dog Business

    Please check my answer thank you very much for your time Use the information below to answer the question that follows it Area A: Brooklyn Brooklyn is a very heavily populated urban area within commuting distance from Manhattan by subway, bus, or car.

  89. American Government

    Over time, what has been the trend of rural vs. urban population in the United States? a. The rural populations have developed extensive farmland to continue being essential. b. The rural populations have increased, and the urban populations have

  90. Making a business plan

    Please check my answer thank you very much Based on the following information below please answer the question that follow. Area A: Brooklyn Brooklyn is a very heavily populated urban area within commuting distance from Manhattan by subway, bus, or car.

  91. psychology

    what are the basic concepts of human interaction from a psychology perspective. In your examination, describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations

  92. english

    what is autism? autism is a developmental disablity that affects a person's way of communicating with others, their social interaction, and educational performance. how i put this in diff words?

  93. Special topics in guidance

    What interaction most frequently elicits anger in young children? A. Conflict over possessions B. Social rejection C. Verbal assault D. Physical assault My answer is A.

  94. Social Studies

    Could someone tell me whether these answers are correct? Every culture has a __________ or a way of oganizing people Social Structure? In the past it was hard to move from one __________ to another. Social Class? The size of a _________ can differ from

  95. Dog Business

    Please check my answer thank you very much for your help Based on the following information below please answer the question that follow. Area A: Brooklyn Brooklyn is a very heavily populated urban area within commuting distance from Manhattan by subway,

  96. Physics Urgent!!!!!

    Newton’s Law of Gravity specifies the magnitude of the interaction force between two point masses, m1 and m2, separated by the distance r as F(r) = Gm1m2/r^2. The gravitational constant G can be determined by directly measuring the interaction force in

  97. From Theory to practice

    The most fundamental principle behind learning is that children A. learn through play. B. construct knowledge. C. learn through social interaction. D. learn when their physical needs are satisfied.

  98. History

    which best describes a result of division of labor in early farming communities? A- social roles began to change B- irrigation techniques were developed C- religion began to develop D- wild animals were domesticated My guess is A, but I am not sure. D-

  99. From theory and practice

    The most fundamental principle behind learning is that children A. learn through play. B. construct knowledge. C. learn through social interaction. D. learn when their physical needs are satisfied. My answer is A

  100. Philosophy (arguments)

    further develop the following argument: communities in which people spend a lot of time socializing with their friends and neighbors are stronger than other communities. when people have televisions they spend less time socializing with their friends and

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