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  • The Importance Of Group Norms In Task Group Meetings

    This structure was established with the leaders setting the date and time for the groups meeting. Other members were given three different options of these dates and times and the date and time that got the most availability was chosen. We met with our subgroups first to develop an agenda for our day and then we met with the task group. Our first meeting with the task group was to establish a timeline of when we will meet with our subgroup and when we will meet with the task group. We had one meeting session that lasted 15 hours; throughout the 15 hours we took breaks from the task group to meet with our subgroup. The task group was content with this structure because we all agreed that we wanted to accomplish our task before we left the building. During our task group session, we did not have activities as the group 's main focus was to complete the task at hand. The introduction of activities in the task group would have been inappropriate and…

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  • Mexican Ethnic Identity

    Introduction For the purposes of this paper, I have chosen to focus on the social identities of white privilege and my Mexican ethnicity in discussing how both have impacted the construction of my social identity. Patton, Evans, Forney, Guido & Quaye (2016) mention in their text “Student development in college: Theory, research, and practice” Ferman and Gallego’s model of Latina/o Ethnoracial identity, which I will use to discuss how my Mexican ethnicity and being white has shaped my social…

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  • Group Observation

    Group Observation and Reaction Paper: Kids Incorporated In-Service Meeting In this essay I will give my reactions to a group meeting that I attended using the Group Work Theory. I will focus on the small sub group that was formed that I observed. For that I will review the strengths of the leader of the meeting, skills that were used in the group setting, and what stage I felt the group was in. I will also cover cultural and ethical issues that occurred in the meeting. Finally, I will review the…

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  • Lemonade Day Reflection

    The lemonade day project was a great way to get students a feel how difficult running a business is. In the real world there are competition between businesses everywhere. A lot of people complained about having 20 lemonade stands in one place, but it represents a realistic idea of businesses. A mall has more than 20 stores competing for costumers. Each store advertisement tries to convince their store is better than another store. They also have promotion to convince consumers their store has…

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  • Kaiser Permanente, Psychiatry Department: Case Study

    Free floating was not observed and limited participation was observed from the new members. Two subgroups were noted. Two men towards the back of the room appeared to have side conversations throughout the session. A clique of three Hispanic women also maintained exchanges during the group. The group workers did not attempt to disintegrate or encouraged either of the subgroups to rejoin the larger group. Cohesion was mostly apparent when the larger group was broken into smaller process groups of…

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  • Afghanada Character Analysis

    My Thesis: For soldiers returning from Afghanistan and adapting to a ‘normal’ life can be harder than fighting since there are so many factors that affect individual’s outcomes. Afghanada follows the lives of Canadian soldiers as they survive the war and becomes heroes. Episode 93 of starts off with, “the crowd in the turmoil is clapping and hollering, and then it hits me [Mason]. It is the uniform. They are clapping for me” (Mason episode 93). This shows that the soldiers, no matter…

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  • Motherhood Who Needs It By Betty Rollin Analysis

    concerning the sudden over population of children in the world. Rollin questions why women continue to have children even when there is a threat of overpopulation. Rollin credits myth and past beliefs for this idea th motherhood is a normal and expected quality for women to have. For centuries women have been constantly objectified to be…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Dreams Come True

    Dreams come true I slowly waddled out of my bed and looked around to make sure I was still in my room. I always seem to wake up startled and frankly, a bit panicked after one of my adventurous dreams. Though I can say this one was different. It was a spur of mixed emotions and what seemed to be the realest dream i 've yet come to experience. It all started out one night, right before midnight. I was on my normal daily routine binging on Netflix and eating something that I had probably sneaked…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Best Years Of Your Life

    The “Best Years of Your Life” My life is a bit different from what we call “normal”. While most teens my age were going to school dances, kicking it with their boyfriends or killing it on the sports field. I on the other hand was in a hospital bed trying to feel somewhat normal. I just have to say that it wasn’t always like this for me. I was once your normal teen, talking to guys, destroying the soccer field and going out and partying on the weekends. That only lasted for a short time tho. And…

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  • Autobiography Of A Slave Analysis

    is to put a stop to this regardless of what happens to her. Now the question that stood before me was who I should tell, do I just tell my husband and let him take care of it, or should I directly tell our neighbor of this. After pondering for most of the day, I decided to tell my husband since our neighbor would listen to him directly. Right after we had finished eating dinner I told my husband and as soon as I did, he made a look that I had never seen before, he gathered his clothes and a…

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