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    Who am I and why do I want to be a social worker

    Just like most children, I had my fantasies and wishes of becoming a medical doctor so I could help alleviate the sufferings of many. Although this desire was not actualised as I ended up studying engineering but i always felt a big vacuum and an unquenchable desire which i couldn’t explain until I became a […] More

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    Essay about social medias

    In this essay we hear about Roger Scruton’s thoughts on social Medias. Most of his opinions on social Medias are negative, and only a few things are positive. He doesn’t think that this is how we should live our lives, and I agree completely. But we also have to look at the positive things. For […] More

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    Filipino Cry: The Social Issues in OPM Songs

    Introduction This paper will attempt to highlight the theme of Original Pilipino Music (OPM) that appeals the public concern of the government. This will feature two selected songs –, Upuan (2009), and Walang Natira (2010) by Gloc9. These songs were selected according to their similarities in terms of the social issues of the Filipino to […] More

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    Social Movements and Trends: Sexual Liberation

    In the 1960’s, America was in a state of continuous change. America was seeing a new trend and one of these changes was sexual revolution. The ultra-conservative ways of the country were on a steady decline, and liberalism was at an all-time high. Citizens were beginning to be outspoken when questioning their government about its […] More

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    Social class is still the determinant of voting behaviour

    ‘Social class is still the main determinant of voting behaviour.’ Discuss. In some ways, this statement is correct, however, as society is evolving this is becoming less and less apparent. The change in voting behaviour based on classes started to change between 1945 and the 1980s, where the class de-alignment occurred. This was the decline […] More

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    How Social Media Communities Impact Consumer Behavior

    Social media has increasingly become a constant in our lives. Many people reach out to friends or family through social media, sometimes on a daily basis. Through Facebook, people can view pictures and read status updates. Twitter allows others to read status updates that are limited to 140 characters. Each of these social media tools […] More

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    Promote communication in health and social care setting

     Identify the different reasons why people communicate when working in a care setting communication is a key factor, you need to be able to communicate with a wide range of people such as service users, families and/or carers, other members or staff and management, you will also have to come into contact with other professional […] More

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    Social Etiqutte

    Saying thank you to a person gives you something and saying sorry to the person you have hurt is one of the basic social etiquette that each one of us must have in our society. Etiquette is being polite and having well mannered with people and society that usually from their parents when they are […] More

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    Social Consequences

    One of the most significant social consequences during the Industrial Revolution was child labor. During the late 1700s up until the Factory Act of 1833, children as young as six were working on average 12-14 hours a day in factories for little to no pay. The conditions in factories were deplorable, and the child workers […] More

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    Principles of communication in adult and social care settings

    Ai Identify four different reasons why people communicate Making and developing relationships People communicate to make new relationships. The way I first speak and listen to a newcomer can make them feel welcome or overlooked. As I speak or comment, listen and watch, take an interest, smile and nod, whether to a service user, a […] More

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    Promote communication in health, social care

    Learning outcomes: Outcome 1 Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting 1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate. The main reason we communicate is because we want or require something. This may be for comfort: We may require something for our comfort in the form of food or drink, keeping warm or […] More

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    Using research (eating Christmas in the Kalahari) explain how social actors give meanings to their actions through social interactions.

    Using research (eating Christmas in the Kalahari) explain how social actors give meanings to their actions through social interactions. Also consider how this can lead to cultural misunderstanding. In ‘Eating Christmas in the Kalahari’ Richard Lee kills an Ox for Christmas dinner. Richard kills a big ox for the tribe to eat on Christmas but […] More

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    Social Media and Relationships

    Social Media and Networking Relationships Social media and networking gives individuals the power to connect and interact with each other. Social media enables open communication, and allows individuals from different geographical locations to express and share their opinions. Networking is an element that is used with Social media. As mentioned, “Networking has potential to open […] More

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    Manage health and social care practice

    Outcome based practice refers to the actual impacts, effects and or end results of services / interventions on an individual’s life. Its effectiveness is not measured by numbers/figures or financial strategies it is measured by the positive outcome that is achieved. It isn’t about what is required to be done but what is actually achieved […] More

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    Health and social care

    ADVANCED WELSH BACCALAUREATE INDIVIDUAL INVESTIGATION A Comparative Investigation into Teenage Pregnancy in Wales and England BTEC Level 3 Diploma Public Services CONTENTS PAGE No. Section Page 1. Planning 2. Introduction 3. Methodology 4. Investigation Findings & Analysis Wales Ireland 5. Conclusion 6. Evaluation 7. Bibliography 8. Appendix PLANNING MY INDIVIDUAL INVESTIGATION Title for Investigation Comparative […] More

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    Hnc health and social care

    There are many theories that tend to explain different aspects in human development. According to Encarta Encyclopedia, 2006, these are system of assumptions based on limited information or knowledge, devised to analyze, predict, or otherwise explain the nature or behavior of a specified set of phenomena. In line with the definition, theories remain as conjectures […] More

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    Social Tensions in America 1919 – 1941

    Account for social tensions in US society from 1919 – 1941. Social tensions among US society from 1919-1941 came about due to immigration restrictions, racial conflict, and anti-communism. In the early 1920s Americans living in the rural areas, approximately 50% of the total population) were persistent in maintaining a capitalist democracy based on Anglo-Saxon culture. […] More

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    The role of the health and social care worker

    1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship: Working relations: Working relations are based on formal policies and procedures and also by contract of employment. I have to work to care standards on daily basis and support everyday living of my residents, for example dressing, eating , bathing, activities and personal […] More

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    Handling of information in social care settings

    Legislation that relates to recording, storage and sharing of information in social care are as follows Data protection act 1998. This is how information about individuals is used. This covers eight principles under which personal data must be protected and collected. DPA says that service user information must be confidential and can only be accessed […] More

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    Social reformers

    1. Gautama Buddha, also known as Siddhārtha Gautama, or simply the Buddha, was a sage on whose teachings Buddhism was founded. Buddha means “awakened one” or “the enlightened one.” “Buddha” is also used as a title for the first awakened being in an era. In most Buddhist traditions, Siddhartha Gautama is regarded as the Supreme […] More

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    Discuss the concept of adolescence as a social construct

    Adolescence describes the transitional stage in a teenager’s life, from childhood to adulthood, where an individual evolves physically, psychologically, emotionally, cognitively and socially. It is a defined social category that is expressed through immaturity and unpredictability and allows an individual to learn and discover their sense of self and identity. The idea of adolescence came […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care

    Task2: The main tissue types of the body and the role these play in two named organs of the body. P2: Outline the structure of the main tissues of the body There are many different types of cells in the human body. These cells would not be able to function on their own, they are […] More

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    Role of the youth in social transformation

    Before we go out in the big world we start learning in our home. Our parents teach us values and good attitude. Our parents wants us to be a good and responsible citizen in the society while we are growing. They teach us how to be independent and to fight for our rights. Home is […] More

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    Apple Corporation: Ethical and Social Responsibility

    Apple Inc. is an American corporation that is located headquartered in in Cupertino, California that designs, develops, and sells electronics like computer software, online services, and personal computers. It’s very well known for hardware products like the Mac computers, iPods, iPhone and the iPad. Its online services include iCloud, iTunes Store and App Store. Its […] More

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    Social structure theory paper

    In this paper I will examine the social structure theory, along with its definition and how the different types of theories make up the social structure theory. I will also attempt to discuss the strain, culture conflict, and social disorganization theory all of which make up the social conflict theory. I also wish to discuss […] More

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    Corporate social responsibility

    CSR is about how companies manage the business process to produce an overall positive impact on society Achieving commercial success in ways that honor ethical values & respect people, communities & natural environment CSR OF WALT DISNEY COMPANY “ CSR is not a cosmetic, it must be rooted in our values, it must make a […] More

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