Apply these three to the Tennessee v. Garner case, discussing the ramifications of each.

Apply these three to the Tennessee v. Garner case, discussing the ramifications of each.

Part A

  1. Case Study: Use the Internet to research the case of Tennessee v. Garner, 471 U.S. 1: In a narrative format, in a minimum of 400 words, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented in the case.

Part B

  1. After reading Chapter 9 of your text, discuss the difference between human rights, legal rights, and moral rights.
  2. Apply these three to the Tennessee v. Garner case, discussing the ramifications of each.
  3. Research the Prima Facie Duties proposed by author W.D. Ross. In the Garner case, what duties of fidelity did the officers owe the victim, and what duties of justice were breached?

Part C

1.Executive Decisions

If you were the Chief of the Memphis Police Department during the Tennessee v. Garner case, what ethical dilemmas do you think should be addressed immediately upon

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Case Analysis

Case Analysis

400 words, and no more than 2 reference.

format: 1. summary

          2. analysis.  

          3. conclusion

i also attached class book into attachment. It is not required to read, but If you need you can read.

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I’m working on a literature discussion question and need support to help me lear

I’m working on a literature discussion question and need support to help me learn.”The City Limits” is another great poem with a different setting but similar reachings. How does the title work with some of the poem’s content?information: In 1971 he publishes “The City Limits.” This one is really good. As you might’ve noticed already, Ammons strongly values earthly existence. The secular world is depicted like a religious experience. “The City Limits” captures this through “the radiance.”When you consider the radiance, that it does not withholditself but pours its abundance without selection into everynook and cranny not overhung or hidden; when you considerthat birds’ bones make no awful noise against the light butlie low in the light as in a high testimony; when you considerthe radiance, that it will look into the guiltiestswervings of the weaving heart and bear itself upon them,not flinching into disguise or darkening; when you considerthe abundance of such resource as illuminates the glow-bluebodies and gold-skeined wings of flies swarming the dumpedguts of a natural slaughter or the coil of shit and in noway winces from its storms of generosity; when you considerthat air or vacuum, snow or shale, squid or wolf, rose or lichen,each is accepted into as much light as it will take, thenthe heart moves roomier, the man stands and looks about, theleaf does not increase itself above the grass, and the darkwork of the deepest cells is of a tune with May bushesand fear lit by the breadth of such calmly turns to praise. (Academy of American Poets)The radiance is what you want it to be. Some might make it religious; to me this radiance could simply be “light” or sunshine. This fiery ball of energy makes it all happen. As Ammons’ poem gathers “praise” in its progression of physical receptors of the radiance, he does not discriminate.The “heart moves roomier” as we get into the last stanza, and its complex last line. I take it that he speaks of “fear lit by the breadth of such” because he is evoking the sublime – the appreciation of the awesome breadth of radiance and all the nature that exists because of it. We are small in the scheme of things and the light charges our cells as it does “May bushes.”“The City Limits” is extra interesting because of its title. What are the city limits? What does the city limit? How does “The City Limits” title relate to the rest of the poem? You can answer these questions on discussion board.
Requirements: 150 words

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I’m working on a social science discussion question and need an explanation to h

I’m working on a social science discussion question and need an explanation to help me study.Discussion: Helping Clients Make Informed DecisionsAccording to the ACA Code of Ethics, the “primary responsibility of counselors is to respect the dignity and to promote the welfare of clients” (Standard A.1.a). Helping professionals also should be “aware of their own values, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors and avoid imposing values that are inconsistent with counseling goals” (Standard A.4.b). Keeping both points in mind, helping professionals must sometimes help clients make informed decisions about behavior that is harmful to themselves and, potentially, others. Whether or not to use contraception is one potential area related to sexuality counseling for which helping professionals may need to inform clients about potential risk.Consider the following case study:You are a helping professional working in a college counseling center. You just completed your intake evaluation session with Josiah, a 20-year-old sophomore. Josiah was mandated to attend six counseling sessions after he received a citation from the campus police for underage drinking at a party sponsored by the fraternity to which Josiah belongs.During the intake session, Josiah was very verbal and willing to share information about his background and current experiences. He shared with you that he frequently drinks six to eight beers or other alcoholic beverages at a time, typically every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday when he “parties” with friends. He described this as normal behavior among his peer group, saying that this is “just how we unwind from all the stress of school every week.”When you asked Josiah about his relationships and sexual behaviors, he stated that he has not had a steady partner since high school, saying, “People here just aren’t into long-term relationships.” He admitted that he typically “hooks up” with at least one or two partners each weekend, and when you asked him what he meant by that, he said, “Sex.” You asked if he uses any contraception in these sexual encounters, and he said, “No, I don’t like how they feel, so I won’t have sex if the other person would make me use one.”You asked Josiah what his goals are for counseling and what he would like to change, and he responded, “Not much really. I like my life and have fun with all the partying we do here. I guess I need to learn to be a little more careful with my drinking since I got that police citation, but otherwise I feel really happy with my life right now and can’t think of much that I really want to work on in counseling.”By Day 4Post by Day 4 an explanation of how you, as a helping professional, might help this student make positive, informed sexual decisions. Describe one specific strategy you might use or one example conversation you might have with him (in the form of a short dialogue) to help him change his sexual behavior. Explain why the strategy or conversation you described might be effective.Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the resources.By Day 6Read a selection of your colleagues’ postings.Respond by Day 6 to at least two of your colleagues’ postings, sharing and supporting an opinion on their chosen strategy.Return to this Discussion in a few days to read the responses to your initial posting. Note what you learned and/or any insights you gained as a result of your colleagues’ comments.Colleague 1: Tyrus According to Lechner et al. (2013), “College-aged youth are at increased risk of negative outcomes related to sexual health compared to the rest of the population.” Talking about sex can be uncomfortable for some people, but knowing how to deliver the necessary information is what’s important. In the case of Josiah, he feels like his life is ok and that his only problem seems to be drinking since he got a citation. When asked about his sexual behavior, he stated that, “He hooks up often and doesn’t wear protection because he doesn’t like how they feel.” People at this life stage lack accountability and responsibility when it comes to a person’s sexual health and decision making (Lechner, et al., 2013). In order to get him to make informed positive sexual decisions,I would give Josiah a pamphlet on risky sexual behaviors and follow up with questions regarding any STI’s that he’s familiar and unfamiliar with. I would also engage in a conversation as to why he feels like he has to have “Sex” so often. Showing him a video with real testimonies of people who made poor sexual health decisions and how it affected their lives could be another way for Josiah to make better decisions regarding his sex life. Lastly, I would provide him with a list of sexual health resources on or near his college campus.A strategy that can be used to help Josiah make positive decisions regarding his sexual behavior would be to invite him to a group session that includes icebreakers with topics such as “What is sex?”,and showing them various appropriate movie clips that include sexual communication and detecting sexual intentions. After the movie clip, there could be a focus group discussion regarding parts of the video to get them to open up. I would ask them questions like, “How has the communication of sex changed from then to now?” Or I could ask, “How has social media influenced sexual communication?” These types of questions will open up a conversation that most college students might be uncomfortable talking about with their parents. Josiah might be moved to make better decisions based on his experience within the group and this might give him the knowledge that he lacks in the area of consequences of risky sexual behaviors. This strategy gives participants like Josiah a voice, allows discussion, and provides a sense of agreement/disagreement among participants within a safe a environment.Lechner, K. E., Garcia, C. M., Frerich, E. A., Lust, K., & Eisenberg, M. E. (2013). College students’ sexual health: personal responsibility or the responsibility of the college?. Journal of American college health : J of ACH, 61(1), 28–35. 2: Stephanie Analysis of a Strategy to Change the Clients Sexual Behavior As a social working with clients, the primary responsibility is to promote clients’ well-being (NASW, 2017). In this week’s case study Josiah, a 20-year-old college student, has been cited for underage drinking and mandated to attend counseling sessions. Josiah has also disclosed he hooks up with one to two partners each weekend and does not use contraceptives. Josiah states his only problem is needing to be more careful with drinking because it has gotten him in trouble. Social workers adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics self-determination is a key ethical standard. Social workers respect and promote clients’ right to self-determination and assist clients in their efforts to identify and clarify goals (NASW, 2017, 1.02 section). Therefore, the social worker must be careful not to impose their own bias when working with this client. Josiah does not see his sexual behavior as a problem, so I would suggest going over the risk of underage drinking at these fraternity parties and incorporate sexual behavior, using psychoeducation as the strategy to change behavior. The conversation can begin by asking Josiah how he is protecting himself from STDs with no contraceptives when choosing various partners each weekend. Both sexual activity and multiple partners have been studied as associated with measures of substance use (Sleap et al., 2012). Next, explore why Josiah needs to hook up with various people each weekend with excessive drinking. Josiah did state he is part of a fraternity. College students in sororities and fraternities often perceive that risky behavior is a normal part of Greek life (Sleap et al., 2012). Educating Josiah on the risk of STD transmission and the purpose of condoms extends past preventing pregnancy is also a point of focus. Also, helping Josiah understand alcohol may be the force creating a false illusion of a desire to participate in risky behavior. Alcohol myopia theory provides a link between alcohol use and risky sexual behavior, contending that alcohol’s pharmacological effects alter one’s ability to process information and thereby disinhibit behavior (Sleap et al., 2012). When a person drinks alcohol, the individual processes basic biological cues such as sexual arousal but cannot process complex concepts such as the possibility of contracting diseases from sexual behaviors (Sleap et al., 2012). Evidence suggests that drinking in a potentially sexual situation increases the probability of sexual intercourse while decreasing the chance that risk discussions will occur (Sleap et al., 2012). Using a psychoeducation approach will educate Josiah of the risk of continued excessive underage drinking and a link to risky sexual behaviors. Education will provide Josiah with accurate knowledge and self-efficacy to create his own desired experiences and preventing unwanted ones.ReferencesNASW. (2017, August 4). Highlighted Revisions to the Code of Ethics. NASW – National Association of Social Workers., N., Heflin, A., Archuleta, A. J., & Cook, W. P. (2012, June 19). Organizing Community Change: STD/HIV Awareness in a Greek Student Body. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship.
Requirements: 1-2 paragraphs

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I’m working on a social science writing question and need support to help me lea

I’m working on a social science writing question and need support to help me learn.Assignment: Counseling Clients Considering AbortionA client facing the decision of whether or not to have an abortion is likely to consider a wide range of factors before making the final decision. This often is the case for clients regardless of whether they view themselves as generally for or against abortion (or somewhere in between), as the decision is different when considering how it applies to one’s own life.The types of factors that can influence a client’s decisions include (but are not limited to) physical health considerations, educational background, cultural values, and predictions about short- and long-term consequences of abortion.The Assignment (2- to 3-page paper):Explain potential factors that might influence whether or not a client decides to have an abortion. Include short- and long-term considerations that might impact this decision.
Explain why certain factors might have a stronger impact on a client’s decision regarding abortion depending on the client’s background (e.g., age, gender, religion, socioeconomic status).
Support your Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are to provide a reference list for all resources, including those in the resources for this course.
Requirements: 2-3 pages

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I’m working on a religion writing question and need an explanation to help me st

I’m working on a religion writing question and need an explanation to help me study.Topic: Explain the history, beliefs, and practices of one religion not covered in this course, including any New Religious Movement; (choose from the below lists) Choose one religion to type on a New Religious Movement, such as Wicca, Scientology, Baha’i, Rastafarianism, Theosophy, Jehovah’s Witnesses, or Cao Dai, you must use at least three sources for your paper; you may use three Internet sites, or three books, or any combination of Internet and book sources. For Internet sites, be sure that the sites are academic or produced as an official site for the religion. Do not use Internet sites that are against the religious movement you have chosen.Grading: The substance as well as the manner of organization and expression of the information and ideas will be evaluated. In other words, the content as well as the style and grammar of the paper will be graded. To encourage each student to advance his/her writing competence, the assessment of all papers will include suggestions for improvement.***You must identify all sources you use for your paper. All direct quotations must be placed in quotation marks and properly referenced. All paraphrases must be properly referenced. It is expected that all papers will contain citations.If your paper is not referenced properly (but no sentences are plagiarized word-for-word) it will be returned to you and you will have one week to resubmit the paper for a maximum grade of “C” on the paper. If some or all of your paper is plagiarized word-for-word, you will receive a zero on the assignment, without the possibility to resubmit the work and the Academic Dean will be notified; (see “Policy on Academic Dishonesty” on Syllabus.)In the following examples, in-text parenthetical references are used; you can use footnotes or endnotes instead.E-TEXTBOOK CITATIONIf you are quoting or paraphrasing from our course e-textbook, I recommended citing the author’s name, the section title, and page number.Paraphrase Example: As he grew, Confucius received the educational training accorded to children of noble status (Eller, Life of Confucius, 2).Quotation Example: “Confucius was given an education proper to the family’s noble heritage” (Eller, Life of Confucius, 2).Bibliography Example: Eller, Cynthia. Revealing World Religions 4.2 E-book. Orange, NJ: Thinking Strings, 2013.BOOK CITATIONIf you are quoting or paraphrasing a book, cite author and page in your text, and provide a full reference at the end of your paper. You must provide full references at the end of your paper to all sources you use.Paraphrase Example: Ancient Chinese beliefs influenced the development of Confucianism (Molloy, 209).Quotation Example:“Early Chinese belief was a blend of several elements” (Molloy, 209).Bibliography Example: Molloy, Michael. Experiencing the World’s Religions. Boston: McGraw-Hill, third edition, 2005.INTERNET CITATIONIf you use Internet sources, be sure to give the full Internet address at the end of your paper. For your in-text reference use a short name (no page number). Quotation Example: Wicca is a “neopagan, earth-centered religion” (Robinson, Wicca: Neopagan).Paraphrase Example: The roots of modern-day Wicca extend back to 800 BCE (Robinson, Wicca: Introduction).Bibliography Example:Robinson, Bruce. “Wicca: A Neopagan Earth-Centered Religion.” Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance., Bruce. “Wicca: An Introduction.” Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance. general, try to follow MLA or APA format.–Even if you write your paper using information you learned in the past, you must cite your sources. For example, if you write a paper on Rastafarianism and you remember learning that Rastafarians developed Reggie music, you must find and cite a source to substantiate this fact.–Most papers will contain many citations (but don’t submit a paper that is simply a string of quotations).he paper should be three-four typed pages (double spaced, or 1.5 spacing). Limited research is required.
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I’m working on a political science writing question and need guidance to help me

I’m working on a political science writing question and need guidance to help me study.Current Event Writing Assignment IdeasYou are permitted to use any current event issue that you want (however, see note below.) Below are five ideas you can use if you wish. There is plenty of information via the internet for all of these issues.Immigration – Should the Federal government restrict foreign immigration into the U.S. more than it currently does, less than it currently does, or keep about the same and how is it, or should it, implement this policy? How does/should the government address undocumented immigrates?
Short term rental law in the City of San Diego. This has been far more complex, different and interesting than what we saw in Carlsbad, and has changed several times already.
Covid 19 Federal Government Response – how well or how poorly has been the Federal Government’s response to the Covid 19 crisis and why? There is certainly significant information and differing opinions on this topic.
County of San Diego Contracting Animal Control Services – very recent issue. If you choose this topic, don’t get confused between the role of the County of San Diego vs the City of San Diego in the information you read.
City of Encinitas Housing Element – the City had failed for years to meet the State’s requirements for housing and low income housing planning. Hint – the overall issue involves a process called the Regional Housing Need Allocation (RHNA). Recent (past year) changes in this important issue.
Requirements 1,500-2,000 wordsessay forminclude citation pagemake sure to answer the questions and follow the instructions in the picture provided above
Requirements: 1,500-2,000 words

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I’m working on a philosophy Book Report and need a sample draft to help me learn

I’m working on a philosophy Book Report and need a sample draft to help me learn.The assignment is to write a personal reflection paper on the selections from the Readings In Classical Ethics book we have been conducting a study of. Please see the syllabus for guidelines on paper form. The paper you write will be judged upon its content and the following outlineIntroduction{Choose 7 of the following 9}The Ethics of SteinThe Ethics of PlatoThe Ethics of AristotleThe Ethics of EpicurusThe Ethics of SenecaThe Ethics of AugustineThe Ethics of KantThe Ethics of MillThe Ethics of ManningMy [meaning your] Reflections on EthicsConclusionThe individual sections on “The Ethics of ____” will not be expected to be comprehensive in nature and thus do not require any outside research. I would simply like you to give a brief explanation of the ethics of the philosopher in question covering some of the basic issues we covered in class. How does this philosopher define happiness? What are some of the major pitfalls to attaining happiness for this philosopher? What issues need to be worked out or balances need to be maintained in order to attain happiness as defined by this philosopher?A good thing to do with regard to these descriptions is to search for a one sentence thesis statement that describes each ethical theory. For example: “Mill’s theory seeks to bring the greatest amount of happiness to the greatest amount of people.” Start your section on each philosopher in this way and then delve into some of the other questions. Please do not make these descriptions into one long critique. For you really do not have the credibility to critique a philosopher until you demonstrate that you, at least to some extent, understand their thought.I suggest you write the body of the paper first and then write the “My Reflections on Ethics” section afterwards. A good way to go about this is to simply answer the classical question of ethics (“How can I live the good and happy life?”) for yourself incorporating some of the ideas from the 7 philosophers you choose to write about in the main body of the paper. Then write a conclusion and, after everything else is done, write a short introduction to the paper.
Requirements: APA | Book Report | 6 pages, Double spaced

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I’m working on a nursing discussion question and need a reference to help me und

I’m working on a nursing discussion question and need a reference to help me understand better. m/jwocnonline/Fulltext/ 2012/03001/Reimburse ment_of_Advanced_Pra ctice_Registered.4.aspxundefinedReimbursement_of_Advanced_Practice_Registered.4.pdf1. Prepare examples of various coding and billing issues that you have experienced in the clinical setting (Peds and Women’s Health).undefined2. Provide a brief description about the NPI numbers for nurse practitioners.
Requirements: 2

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