Assistance Needed (Quick Suspense)

For the third milestone of your final project, submit an overview of the communication tool and media campaign plan. Identify relevant audiences for your media campaign and how you plan to interact with them. Provide the critical information that you need to disseminate to the population at risk (primary audience). Identify other relevant audiences (secondary or tertiary) and discuss how information prepared for them may differ.

Discuss considerations for presenting appropriate information to the relevant audiences including elements of health literacy and numeracy (e.g., communication skills, knowledge, culture and English language proficiency specific, representative heuristic). Review research on the theories used to predict persuasion and guide behavior change that might be appropriate for communicating this critical information to your target audience(s) and describe how you will incorporate these in your communication strategy.

Discuss the communication tool that will be the most effective for disseminating the information that will be used in your media campaign (e.g., social media, news article, report card, PSA). Explain why this tool will be an effective means of communication for the chosen health topic with the targeted population.

Discuss legal and ethical standards and policies that must be considered in developing the media campaign and how these apply to your population at risk. Propose potential partners in your campaign and how you might involve them.

Vulnerable Populations

Read the following attached articles:

A Profile in Population Health Management: The Sandra Eskenazi Center for Brain Care Innovation: This Care Model Emphasizes Social, Behavioral, and Environmental Determinants of Health When Treating Dementia

Accounting for Accountable Care: Value-Based Population Health Management

How Executives’ Expectations and Experiences Shape Population Health Management Strategies

Watch the following video:

What Is Population Health? (

After the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, health care organizations have been faced with significant challenges in providing quality care to all Americans.  ( also encourages health care organizations to focus on the relevance of social determinants and health status.

Take on the role of the administrator of a community hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. You would like to implement a strategic plan to improve the health status of your community. Select a vulnerable population in Atlanta, Georgia affected by a disease or condition. Examples include aging, COVID-19, diabetes, Ebola, heart disease, opioid epidemics, Zikavirus, etc. In three to five pages, detail your strategic plan to address the following:

  • Describe the population, including demographics and risk factors that determine health in this population.
  • Explain the disease or condition prevalent in this population.
  • Identify access and barriers to health care and treatment options for this population, including local, state, and federal policies regulating the control and prevention of your selected disease or condition in this population.
  • Propose at least three strategies to improve the health of the selected population.
  • Develop at least three key indicators to measure the success of your proposed population health management.
  • Support your response with a minimum of three scholarly sources published in the last 5 years formatted according to APA Style.
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Field Log


The field log provides a concrete means for the student to:

  1. Account for professional activity in the field placement
  2. Demonstrate professional development related to contracted learning experiences and the traditional-year competencies
  3. Reflect on professional growth and development
  4. Provide information that facilitates dialogue between the student and Field Supervisor
  5. Document for the Field Supervisor, concerns, dilemmas and issues as they arise in the agency setting.
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Civic Analytics And Urban Intelligence

  • A description of your target organization
  • An existing policy or program in that organization;
  • Background about the current state of your policy/program; what are its accomplishments, challenges, where it fits within broader city operations and how favorably it is viewed by senior leadership;
  • An overview of your proposed solution;
  • A list of resources you have already carefully reviewed including city docs, relevant docs from other cities, relevant docs that provide a conceptual foundation
  • Resources and docs you plan to use going forward including interview subjects, primary and secondary sources.
  • You should think through questions such as:
    • Who needs to buy into this plan?’,
    • How do I structure this as a pitch for those people?’,
    • What does success for various stakeholders look like?;
    • How will this make lives easier or their work more impactful?
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Self-Reflection — Use Of Touch

In the helping relationship, the social worker must maintain a balance between flexibility and appropriate boundaries. One such boundary is the use of touch. In social work, touch has long been held as dangerous and taboo. It may be harmful to a client, and it is important to be aware of the client’s past history. For example, a child with a history of sexual abuse could interpret touch as a sexual advance. However, touch can be a positive action, particularly for certain cultures.

On top of these perception and ethics issues, you should also determine your personal perspective for how you might use touch in your work with clients. In this Assignment, you reflect on your own culture and the role of touch in the helping relationship.

watch the video Southside Community Services: Mrs. Bargas, Episode 3.

2 pages

  • Explain how you view the use of touch in your personal life (e.g., tend to hug all friends and family or only touch close friends and family).
  • Explain how your perspective on touch was developed (e.g., via family culture or experiences with friends).
  • Identify two reasons you might use touch with a client, and why.
  • Explain how you view the initiation of and reaction to the use of touch in Southside Community Services: Mrs. Bargas, Episode 3.
  • Explain how you will determine that this use of touch will be positive for the helping relationship.
    • What would tell you that the use of touch is not appropriate for the client?


Cummins, L., K., & Sevel, J., A. (2017). Social work skills for beginning direct practice: Text, workbook, and interactive web based case studies (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.

  • Chapter 5, “Basic Skills for Direct Practice” (pp. 87-96)
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Body Positioning And Room Design

Body language is a form of nonverbal communication that accompanies speech. Common forms of body language are eye contact, posture, facial expression, and fine and gross movement. Social workers must understand how these seemingly simple, sometimes unconscious, body language responses may have a lasting effect by encouraging or discouraging a client. Body language with a negative connotation can create barriers and dissuade a client from establishing and developing the helping relationship. In contrast, when the social worker’s body language conveys interest and empathy, the client is more likely to feel comfortable and receptive to assistance.

Because nonverbal communication can hinder a successful client relationship, social workers need to understand the way in which they present themselves. This extends to what is presented via the environment, as well—social workers must also consider the interview room’s layout and the tone it conveys.

In this Discussion, you explore body language and the helping relationship by assessing a social work scenario.

watch the video Southside Community Services: Mrs. Bargas, Episode 2.

  • Identify one to two points you would change in each of the following aspects of the video scenario:
    • Seating arrangements of the social worker and client
    • Room design and decor
    • Body positions of the social worker and client
  • Explain why you would make these changes and how these changes might improve the interviewing process.
  • Describe the overall energy in the room and how the office design and social worker’s body language help to create this type of energy.


Cummins, L., K., & Sevel, J., A. (2017). Social work skills for beginning direct practice: Text, workbook, and interactive web based case studies (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.

  • Chapter 5, “Basic Skills for Direct Practice” (pp. 87-96)Cummins, L., K., & Sevel, J., A. (2017). Social work skills for beginning direct practice: Text, workbook, and interactive web based case studies (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.

Walden University, LLC. (Producer). (2016). Southside Community Services: Mrs. Bargas, episode 2 [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

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Technology, Gender & Film

PART I — Technology, Gender & Film

A. Read the attached article on Bond girls & technology that is attached with this. Provide a min. of eight (8) main ideas with full citations, (author last name, year of pub. page #).  Feel free to include more ideas beyond the min.  Be sure to cover all of the reading, beginning, middle, end.   Min. word count 15 each.    Remember to use paraphrase., rather than direct quotation.  Also avoid pasting all of the directions, this is not necessary.

Also remember to not send attachments, review the announcement for submitting class work.










B. Research & find one movie example (one movie not mentioned in the Bond article), that illustrates gender stereotypes with the use of technology.  Use a film that lends itself to discussing gender roles, stereotypes & technology. Answer the following below:

For credit – Label responses to match questions.  There are many films such as , Her, Exmachina….  Select films where you can clearly discuss technology in the context of gender stereotypes and roles.

1. Title of film:

2. Year of its release:

3. Studio:

4. Synopsis, what’s the movie about?

5. What is the technology or technologies in the movie – discuss this in depth? min. 130 words

6. How is the technology represented (shown), within the context of gender stereotypes: describe who uses it, how it’s used, what’s the setting: (min word count 200) can be more than 200.  please include word count

7. What are the gender stereotypes with the technology? What specific examples from the movie provide support for your conclusions? Provide at least two examples, more are encouraged.


7A. what are the gender stereotypes shown in the use of the technology? min. two stereotypes shown —

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7B. Specific examples to provide support for your conclusions about gender stereotypes shown. min two examples — with details

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8. What can you conclude about the effects of these gender stereotypes shown in motion pictures on the perceptions of gender & technology in our society/culture?  What does the Bond article say about this?   Be sure to elaborate and to use a min of two intext citations from the article. (min word count 250) please include word count. Avoid direct quotations.

Be sure to include a complete works cited with all sources used to complete this. NO WIKI

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Discussion: Micro/Mezzo Versus Macro Work

Should social workers focus on changing the individual or the environment? Often, social problems require intervention at all levels (micro, mezzo, and macro). At the micro and mezzo levels, social workers engage with individuals and small groups to target individual change. At the macro level, social workers target broader social forces impacting a group experience. For example, a social worker could address sexual assault by providing individual case management or facilitating a support group for survivors. A social worker could also address sexual assault at the community level by raising awareness of consent or advocating for policy change to increase survivors’ access to support and justice.

In this Discussion, consider a client population you might like to work with during your field placement and how you might engage this population at the micro/mezzo and macro levels.

  • A description of a client population with whom you might work while completing your field placement.
  • An explanation of the problems this population might experience.
  • Two ways a social worker could address these problems at the micro/mezzo level.


Segal, E. A., Gerdes, K. E., & Steiner, S. (2019). An introduction to the profession of social work: Becoming a change agent (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

  • Chapter 6, “Generalist Social Work Practice”
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Discuss what we learn about cultural processes and ethnography (and their relationship to each other) in the following three works:

1. First Contact,  2. The Ax Fight,  3. Tajen: Interactive

In your answer, be sure to:

1. Define key terms like “culture” and “ethnography” and how they relate to each other

2. Organize your answer into at least ~3-5 paragraphs, ideally with your response including a central thesis statement, an introductory and concluding paragraph, and good cohesion across the paragraphs in relation to each other

3. Make specific references to these works’ details, such as key scenes, events, actors, quotes, themes, etc., to demonstrate your knowledge of and engagement with these works

4. Reference key readings and lectures; you can use a short-hand style like, (Perspectives chapter on language), (Snodgrass lecture week X), (Miner), etc.

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Discussion: Effects of Relationship and Family Violence

One in four women will be a victim of partner violence in her lifetime. One-third of female homicides are at the hands of a partner. Boys who witness relationship violence are twice as likely to abuse their partners. The witnessing of relationship violence during childhood is the strongest risk factor for partner violence among adults (National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 2010). These statistics indicate that relationship or family violence is an insidious issue, often resulting in a multigenerational transmittal of trauma. Not only is there the significant physical and emotional traumatic impact of relationship and family violence, but there are also a host of societal problems that occur as a result, including the legal, medical, social, and foster care systems.

For this Discussion, select an example of relationship or family violence from the media (past or present), a book, a movie, or history. Think about the short- and long-term effects on the survivor(s) in the example. Note any special intervention considerations you might need to take into account if treating the survivor(s).

By Day 4

Post a brief description of the example you selected that illustrates relationship or family violence. Explain the primary short-term and long-term effects of the violence on the survivor(s). Include some effects not mentioned in the resource material. Finally, explain any special intervention considerations you might need to take into account if treating the survivor(s).

Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the resources.