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Literature Review of Social Skills Intervention - The first of the ten articles to be discussed examined a training program that consisted of an individualized, classroom-based social skills intervention. In the study, there were 45 children with learning disabilities 9-12 years old. These children were in self-contained special education classrooms. Thirteen children received intervention for 6 weeks and 7 children received intervention for 12 weeks. The remaining 25 children were in the control group, which received no intervention. The intervention consisted of the SST and AST programs....   [tags: individualized social skills training programs]
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The Benefits of Developing Acceptance Social Skills - The Benefits of Developing Acceptance Social Skills The skill I believe everyone would benefit from developing would be acceptance. In the world we live in today there are far too many forms of hate and ignorance, which serves to nobodies benefit. Acceptance is such an easy skill to obtain, yet so many fight it and will not give it a chance. In terms of business, politics, religion or even just personal feelings, acceptance is a guaranteed winner. Business benefits from acceptance of ideas and strategies, working with others on mergers and forming strength in numbers mentality....   [tags: Position Paper, Social Skill] 711 words
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Teaching Social Skills in the Classroom - The purpose of this evaluation is to assess the effectiveness of the Cool Kids social skills program. Fister, Conrad and Kemp (1998) created this program as a way to teach students basic and specific social skills that would enable them to succeed academically as well as socially. Entering into a school social environment is a significant and foundational experience for children. Elementary age students must successfully transition from well-established, comfortable social interactions with caregivers to explicit and implicit social rules and interactions in a school environment....   [tags: Behavior Management ]
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Social Skills Training for Children with Autism - Social Skills Training and Children with Autism: Does Teaching Children with Autism Social Skills Improve Their Relationships with Peers. Overview of Autism Children with autism have social skills deficits, which cause them to not socialize with their peers or learn from their peers (Carpenter, Soorya, & Halpern, 2009). In general, children with autism do not attend specialized schools for their needs. Instead children with autism attend regular schools with typical peers (Laushey, Heflin, Shippen, Alberto & Fredrick, 2009)....   [tags: correlation, causation, psychiatry]
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Technology and the Death of Human Social Skills - Have you ever wondered what the world would be like without technology. Would we be lost without. Are you scared for the next generations. Technology has been a dependent source for us humans for so long.The more technology advances the more our society becomes dependent on it. I believe technology is one of the best things people have created but, technology is interfering with our social skills. Technology is making many of us lack on our writing skills....   [tags: Con Technology Essays] 670 words
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SOCIAL SKILLS REQUIRED FOR COOPERATIVE LEARNING - To understand the skills necessary to achieve cooperative learning you first need to have a brief introduction to the subject of cooperative learning itself: Brody (1998) Cooperative learning most commonly refers to a method of instruction that organizes students to work in groups toward a common goal or outcome, or share a common problem or task in such a way that they can only succeed in completing the work through behavior that demonstrates interdependence while holding individual contributions and efforts accountable....   [tags: Sociology ]
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Cooperative Learning: Improving Social Skills in the Classroom - Chapter II – Review of the Related Literature Our first social relationship begins with family. The way a child interacts with parents, grandparents, and siblings is his or her first introduction to social behavior. These behaviors, although not instinctive, are learned from observing and relating to others (Johnson, D. & Johnson, R., 1989). Unfortunately, some social behavior in families can produce negative responses. As educators, we first see characteristics of social behaviors in preschool....   [tags: Education, child development]
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Social Interaction Skills in Children With Autism - Abstract Children with autism have multiple characteristic impairments in their social interaction skills. This results from the lack of “Theory of Mind” in autistic individuals. Autistic children have difficulty interpreting what another person may be thinking or feeling. Social impairments may cause the child to act inappropriately in social interactions and prevent the children from truly taking part in interactions. The children have difficulty recognizing social cues and responding to cues....   [tags: Child Development ]
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Social Media and its Impact - Social media is a controversy topic in today’s society. Some people think that social media destroys human interaction and real life human relationships. While others think that social media is a bless to humanity. Social media makes human interaction much more convenient and much faster than real life human interaction, it makes globalization a reality, it gives a chance for introverted people to express themselves, and it also benefit develop international relationships whether its business or social....   [tags: Humanity, Social Skills]
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A University Education Provides Professional, Spiritual and Social skills - Both John Henry Newman and Jon Spayde argue the true meaning of a University education in their works titled “The Idea of a University” and “Learning in the Key of Life.” Newman defines a truly effective education as a liberal one. He believes that “The University’s art is the art of social life, and its end is fitness for the world” (47). Similar to Newman’s belief that a well-rounded education is necessary, Spayde also agrees that “Humanities are the foundation for getting along in the world, for thinking and for learning to reflect on the world instead of just simply reacting to current events” (60)....   [tags: Importance of Education Essays]
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Homeschooling: An Alternative Option of Education but not the First One - Education is one of the most important platforms needed for people to achieve their long term goals involving a career. Without education, people would not receive the right knowledge they need in order for them to get a job they are passionate about. Students working toward these goals are presented with many options of education including public school, private school, and homeschooling in order to learn the information they need. When parents choose homeschooling for their child, they are taking risks in many aspects because homeschooling is a much different environment and learning experience than attending a real school....   [tags: Social Skills, Education]
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A Critique of Michael Romanowski’s “Revisiting the Common Myths about Homeschooling” - Michael H. Romanowski is a professor at the Center for Teacher Education at Ohio Northern University in Ada. In “Revisiting the Common Myths about Homeschooling” by Michael H. Romanowski, the author revisits common myths that many people, including educators, that influence individuals regarding their perspective of homeschooling and how it effects education of American Children. Romanowski’s views in “Revisiting the Common Myths about Homeschool” are verifiable and evidence is supported through credible sources....   [tags: education, social skills, citizens]
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Promoting Imagination and The Desire to Care in The Classroom - Education mean something different for everyone. Because of this, people have different views for the purpose of education. For some education can be very important and for others no so much. However, education is still present in some ways. Education is used for many things like advancing in the work place and helping out country compete against other countries. The role that education plays in improving the lives of students is by creating democratic citizens; this happens by promoting imagination and the desire to care in classrooms....   [tags: education, social skills, pedagogy]
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Deviance and Social Control - The concepts 'Social Control' and 'Deviance' have more than one definition to me, my understandings of these terms are that they try to group, control and define different kinds of anti-social behaviour. In this essay I will be reflecting on how certain topics have deviant labels attached to them as a result of social control. I will be explaining my initial understanding and views of these topics, going on to explain how they may have been changed, challenged or reinforced after attending lectures and using the sources available to me to expand my knowledge....   [tags: Anti Social Behaviors, Teenagers, Social SKills]
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Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders - Autism is a dreadful disease that affects people of all ages. Autism Spectrum Disorder causes many problems to a patient's life such as poor social skills, empathy, and effective use of language for communication. ("Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders") The majority of people who are diagnosed and suffer from autism are younger children. Specialists who have studied autism believe that 1 out of 88 children at the age of eight suffer from this disease, and there is nothing that can be done to fix the problem....   [tags: disability, communication, social skills]
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How Does Social Media Impact Children’s Literacy Skills? - Introduction Have you ever wondered how social media can impact child development, specially linking to literacy skills of children. Most would assume that social media does not have any benefits on toddlers, tweens and teens literacy skills. However social media plays a huge role in the development of children’s literacy skills. “The National Literacy Trust found that social networking sites and blogs help students to develop more positive attitudes toward writing and to become more confident in their writing abilities” (Canadian Pediatric Society)....   [tags: social networking, facebook, games]
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Social Work Case Study- How I Applied Social Work Skills through Sessions with Mother and Son - Introduction Being aware of oneself as a social worker is imperative if one plans to be an effective and competent social worker. There will be many incidents and situations social workers may chance upon in their professional work, which may present some difficulty concerning the next step to take in working with a client. Being aware is the first step. Background Information The family subset that will be explored in this paper is a mother and a son dyad that I worked with in my internship last year....   [tags: social work]
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Does Birth Order have an effect on an individual’s personality, social skills, and success in life? - “Most people have an intuitive knowledge that birth order somehow has an impact on development, but they underestimate how far reaching and just how significant that impact is.” Birth order describes not only what order a child is born into a family but also has an effect on an individual's personality, social skills, and success in life. If you are a first born child, does that mean you are a perfectionist, tend to be a natural leader, and are more successful than your younger siblings. Does being born last make you less able to compete in life....   [tags: Psychology]
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Tablets and Their Effect on Children - As we already know, the rate of technological advancement has increased substantially in the last ten years. The iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were released in mid-October. The PS4 and Xbox One game systems are to be released within a week of each other this fall. We no longer have to wait very long for new versions of popular companies’ devices. In fact, we have almost become expectant and impatient of these new installments. This generation operates devices that elder generations would have never thought possible....   [tags: technology, academics, social skills, tool]
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Case Study: Squidward Tentacles - Squidward Tentacles is an employee at the Krusty Krab. He is a 34 year old male. He resides in Bikini Bottom. His hobbies include playing his clarinet and painting multiple pictures which he has false hope will one day be published in some museum. He has hatred for going to work, and is horrible with customer service. He exhibits a strong desire to fit in with a higher caste than himself. There have been many episodes though where when given the chance to prove himself worthy of a higher caste he will retreat to a safer place like his house....   [tags: horrible social skills, mental disorders]
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Case Study: Applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to Team Building - I have already mentioned in my Planning and Development stages that for the purpose of completing the Graded Unit Project, I assisted a service user; whom I assigned the alias of ‘David’, to play a group game of basketball. Now I have completed the activity, I will evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the project as a whole, as well as evaluating the appropriateness of the methods and theories I used in my practice. With the aim of identifying a suitable activity, I cross-referenced the information in David’s support plan with Abraham Maslow’s ‘Hierarchy of Needs’....   [tags: collaboration, social skills, motivation]
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The Effect of College Athletics on Academics - When I first came to South Dakota State, I decided that I wanted to go pre-dental but after talking with my advisor, I ended up undecided on my major and took courses irrelevant to anything I wanted to do for a career. I still remain bitter that I let my advisor talk me out of what I wanted to do, but he did have a point. If I took the classes I needed to go pre dental, I would most likely get bad grades due to traveling, practices, games, and lifts that take up my study time. I decided to major in Exercise Science but still have to take summer school classes in order to fulfill my requirements in four years....   [tags: academic and social obstacles, skills]
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The Benefits of Play Time for Children - The best way for parents to teach their child is to play with them. Because indoor and outdoor play is a child's opportunity to explore his new world, it is very important for his growth. In order to help their children develop cognitive, social, and psychological skills, parents should actively participate in their child's playtime. The first step for parents to take is to give the child enough room to play. Enough play space will give way to paths, ramps, bridges, hills, etc (Strickland par....   [tags: Cognitive, Social, Psychological Skills] 1222 words
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Characteristics of High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder - Autism is a developmental disorder that appears within the first three years of a child’s life. It affects the brain's normal development of social and communication skills. Autism affects 1 out of 68 children. It is also the fastest growing disability in the United States. There are multiple types of Autism, some children are considered high functioning, and some are low functioning. “High functioning” is when a child with autism can function in life, and completes jobs, and chores with little to no help....   [tags: autism, social and communication skills]
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Treatments for Autism - ... It makes tasks manageable for the child. All behaviors and skills that the child needs to target are broken into the small ABA steps and can be repeated until the child accomplishes them with ease. Twenty-five to forty hours of ABA therapy sessions should be practiced each week and families are encouraged to incorporate ABA methods into the child's daily life. Pivotal Response Treatment, known as PRT, is a behavioral intervention therapy based on ABA techniques. It was previously called the Natural Language Paradigm, or NLP....   [tags: mental disorder, social skills impaired]
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Treatment and Warning Sigsn of Autism - Autism is a complex developmental disability that presents itself during the first three years of a person’s life (Nordqvist). Some children even develop normally until eighteen to twenty-four months old and then stop using or lose his/her skills (Bhargava). This condition is the result of a neurological disorder that affects a person’s normal brain functions, including the development of a person’s communication and social skills (Nordqvist). There are several different warning signs of autism in children....   [tags: social skills, asd, autistic child, risperdal]
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Differences in One?s Own and One?s Partner?s Perceptions of Social Skills as a Function of Attachment Style - Differences in One’s Own and One’s Partner’s Perceptions of Social Skills as a Function of Attachment Style Researchers / Experimenters: Laura K. Guerrero and Susanne M. Jones Goal or Purpose of the Study: To extend research and theory on the relations between attachment style and social skill To gain a clearer picture of how the intersection of models of self and others associates with different social skills by testing for attachment-style differences across Bartholomew’s four-category conceptualization of attachment Guide Questions: Are there differences in attachment style that relate to how people...   [tags: essays research papers] 1872 words
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Emotional Intelligence and Altruistic Tendency - Emotional Intelligence and Altruistic Tendency Using emotional intelligence (EI) to predict altruistic tendencies can be beneficial in creating a more harmonious society. The human capacity for altruistic tendencies, such as empathy and compassion, are part of what makes humans “human”. This is what separates man from beast. “Evolutionary scientists speculate that altruism has such deep roots in human nature because helping and cooperation promote the survival of our species” (Greater Good, 2014, para....   [tags: intelectual skills, social awareness]
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Baby Development: A Five Months Old Baby - Adults will find themselves warming up to a 5 months old baby, who loves to socialize and interact with people. At this age, babies can easily engage other people's attention and get their best responses because of their innate charm, which may be viewed as a survival skill. Parents must see this stage as an opportunity to help their babies build their physical and social skills by the stimuli and love they offer. How Is Your Baby Developing at 5 Months. 1. Body Growth In terms of growth, weight is actually more important than height in babies because it reflects how well they absorb nutrients....   [tags: height, social and emotional skills, safety]
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Observing a Child at Elementary School Recess - A Child at Elementary School Recess This observation is of a 10 year old male child during his lunch recess at an elementary school located in the South Bay area. The student participates in a day treatment program for children with emotional/social difficulties. The length of this observation was approximately forty five minutes. For the purpose of confidentiality this student will be referred to as John. In the first section of this observational analysis a brief description of the program which John participates in will be given....   [tags: Observational Social Skills Psychology Essays] 1441 words
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Child Development - For my research, I observed a four year old preschool class at KidsFirst Preschool composed of eight boys and four girls for a total of twelve children. The average socioeconomic status was middle class. The classroom walls were painted white except for one red accent wall. A square carpeted area in one corner of the room was set up with a play kitchen and play laundry area. The bathroom was in the back left corner and was flanked by a chalkboard and a three-drawer storage unit that housed various toys the children could play with during center time....   [tags: Social Encounters, Motor Skills]
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Technological Dependency - Since the beginning of the last century, technology has become sole focus of our society. We are continually trying to push boundaries of technology, exerting all effort to advance its capabilities, not for the purpose of making our lives easier, but to loosening our human limitations. Limitations that have restrained us from understanding the depths of our universe, our biology, and even geographic make up of our world; shattering these limitations have revolutionized our lifestyles. These revolutionized effects have sparked debates on whether we have become vicious abuser of technology and ourselves....   [tags: Technology, Society, Social and Cognitive Skills]
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Education vs Social Class - Social class vs. Education America is considered the land of possibility to many, the land of the free. There is a plethora of businesses that function only through the collaboration of members that reside in every level of social class. As Anyon puts it, “… social class describes relationships which we as adults have developed, may attempt to maintain, and in which we participate in every working day”(anyon 398). One’s social class contains and is built by many different interactions. Your social class begins to be constructed at birth and is developed through interactions in the community, work place, and before all else places of education....   [tags: Higher Level Skills, Capitalistic Economies] 1146 words
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Generic Skills in Career and Technical Education - Generic Skills in Career and Technical Education Career and Technical Educators Employ a Variety of Strategies for Teaching Generic Skills The Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) identified the general skills that most workplaces require, thus providing a basis for programs that prepare students for employment. Reform programs such as Tech Prep and High Schools that Work strive to incorporate these "generic" skills as they offer students a rigorous academic background, technological literacy skill development, and learning experiences that are situated in the context of real-world environments (Pucel 1999)....   [tags: Skills Work Careers Essays]
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Science Inquiry Skills and Education - The stages of scientific enquiry have been developed and refined over time, to add consistency of approach and structure to systematic investigation. These processes; stimulus, curiosity, enquiry, initial investigation/observation, initial perception, initial hypothesis, experimentation, observation and recording, drawing conclusions, evaluation of initial hypothesis, formation of new hypothesis and re-experimentation, are perceived as a sequential flow of enquiry. However, in reality they are less well defined, due to sub-sequences and adaptations necessary to accommodate changing requirements....   [tags: science inquiry skills, education] 1494 words
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Employability Skills 2000+ - Executive summary The first year of Business Administration program sufficiently covers almost all of the skills described in the Employability skills 2000+ handout from the Conference Board of Canada, at least as well as can be done in a single year. Each skill is examined and shown how the program transfers knowledge of the skill to the student. One of the recurring items is the major assignments that the students must complete the projects more than the instruction itself is what students learn the most from....   [tags: Business Skills] 1755 words
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Nonverbal Communications Skills - Good communication skills are the basis of any successful relationship, both personal and professional. Multiple nonverbal signals and behaviors are used daily. It is important to recognize some of the types of nonverbal communication that includes proxemics, vocalic, and kinesics to communicate and establish relationships. Proxemics is the study of space and distance that occurs between people in the process of communication. In proxemics the relationship with a person determines how much space is needed for communication to take place....   [tags: Communication Skills, Relationships]
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Identifying Skills to Promote Career Advancement - “It’s not what you achieve, it’s what you overcome. That’s what defines your career.” (Carlton Fisk) Setting the framework of personal goals gives you long term vision and short term motivation. My personal goals are to continue as a positive, committed role model for my husband and children, earn degrees in both Medical Coding & Reimbursement and Nursing, and become a charge Nurse specializing in outpatient surgery; challenging but realistic. Understanding the influence of, and using strengths and skills retained from education is crucial for personal, educational, and professional success....   [tags: nursing, education, personal strengths, skills]
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History of Social Divisions in Society and the Role of the Social Worker - Power and powerlessness go hand in hand as to have one the other must exist. As society is not egalitarian and never shall be, there will always be inequalities. These inequalities can be on both personal and structural levels. To enable us to understand power and social work we must firstly understand the theoretical explanation of the distribution of power, privilege, prestige and powerlessness within western society by looking at social divisions, class and their positions within society. Marx was interested in the theories of economic development, he believed that economy was dominated by agriculture and power was held by the aristocratic landowner, in the period when manufacture was the...   [tags: social work]
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The Impact of Online Social Networks - Twitter, Skype, Facebook these are just a few of the online social networks we utilize day to day, which has made connecting to others easier than before. A social network is a structure made up of individuals or organizations that are tied by one or more specific types of relationships such as friendships. Although traditionally operated with person to person contact, it is now more popular online through social media networks such as Facebook and Skype. There are millions of persons with wide ranges of personalities who are looking to develop new friendships or to simply become a part of a group in order to share information on these websites....   [tags: Social Networking ]
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My Interest in Social Work - Reflecting back on my childhood, I always had a vivid imagination. I would imagine being a doctor, lawyer, or even the first female president of the United States of America. But, I never considered a career in social work. Over the years I realized that I like helping people, but my thoughts of what I wanted to be were indifferent. In high school my counselor had me do a career survey to see what may have interest me. The most common choices were Nursing, Teaching, or becoming a Social Worker. So I went on the Internet and researched as much as I could on each career choice....   [tags: Social Work, career, social workers, ] 1263 words
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What is Social Science - What is the job of social science. Social science focuses its attention on the social aspects of human nature; its job is to study how individuals can relate with and communicate with each other. “Social scientists study the social environment in which we live in an attempt to understand human society and to predict how people will interact in a given set of circumstances (Mack, 2004, p584). In this essay, I discuss the role of social science for societies and individuals, how individuals relate to societies and the function of rules in societies as a main concern of social science....   [tags: Sociology, Social Status, Social Interactions] 1268 words
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Observation as a Social Work Tool and Skill - This assignment is going to look into observation as a social work tool and skill. Firstly, it is going to briefly describe the observation. Secondly it will analyse the interactions using a reflective approach. And finally, it will look into some relevant social work skills and values that relate to the discussed topic. The observation exercise was carried out on the upper deck of a London Bus on a weekday evening and lasted approximately fifteen minutes. The subjects of the observation were a male in his late twenties that appeared to be of Afro-Caribbean origin and a female of a similar age with an Eastern European accent....   [tags: Social Work ]
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A Career in the Social Science Field - In this assignment, I will be exploring the possibilities and expectations in my career in the Social Science field and how the topics I have learned in this class will prepare me for my future. When graduate, I plan on becoming a Social Worker and my goal is to graduate with both a bachelors and master’s degree from UMUC. I believe that I will enjoy this area of work because I really take pleasure in encouraging people to do well. There are several technological competencies needed for social work such as using science research to gather, arrange, and decipher client’s distinct situations....   [tags: social workers, pros and cons]
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The Use of Internet and Social Interactions - Social media has become an unquestionable part of our everyday lives. We do not even think anything of it, because so many people have accounts on websites like Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, etc., that are checked and updated daily. Those who have a life on the Internet do not always realize that they are losing their connections with the real world (CBC Article). Nowadays, a reputation online is more important, and communication thrives through social networking. New cliques are created, and some are even finding a way to make a living online....   [tags: social media, twitter, facebook]
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A Career as a Social Worker - Not many people can handle the stress of being a social worker, but in the end it is very rewarding. This job is not an everyday job for some people, it is a lot of hard work and it is helping people with situations that a person doesn’t see everyday. As a social worker it takes a lot to get through to people and for them to understand that what they are going through is not okay. Social working is the fastest growing career according to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (Social Work Profession)....   [tags: social issues, domestic violence]
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The Impact of Social Media on Language - I have chosen this topic to write about because of several reasons, I am a teenager who does occasionally use social media and utilize things like acronyms and emoticons. The next reason why I would like to write this is because, I personally have had people look down on me because of this and I have a personal interest in this subject as well. The reason why I have chosen this is because it is easy to say that social media has had a negative effect on language; therefore, I would like to create an essay that provides both sides of the argument as well as the evidence that the claims are based on....   [tags: social networking, emoticons, acronyms]
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The Internet: A Social and Cognitive Crutch - ... According to Lenton and Francesconi (2010), an individual’s choice in a mate depends on certain social ques. When it comes to speed dating, Lenton found people in small groups focused on details such as religion, and education. People in large groups focused on cues that were quickly assessed like weight, and height (Lenton & Francesconi, 2010). Speed dating might seem irrelevant to internet use however Lenton does discuss the importance of face-to-face interaction. It seems as though when meeting new people we put emphasis not only on personality and other aspects such as religion, but also the simpler aspects like aesthetics, and whether or not the other has graduated....   [tags: social networking, online dating]
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The Downside of Social Media and Technology - As children of the 90’s, and previously, we spent childhood days outside discovering things in the woods and exploring everything we could. With minds full of ideas and with our imaginations running wild, we were engineers of possibilities. Days were passed playing make-believe and running amuck with friends. Time passed slowly and enjoyment came from the friends we shared our imaginings with. This pure creation has taken a nose dive over the past generations. Imagination is slowly being snuffed out by technology....   [tags: social issues, children of the 90s]
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Social Context and Child Development - Children develop at different paces and reach major milestones as they develop throughout their early years and as they continue to grow until adulthood. During child development, young children develop physical skills, social skills, and communication skills. Social interactions are essential in the process of child development. Social interactions permit young children to engage in activities such as play which enhances their fine and gross motor skills and develop their self-regulation. As children develop physically and mentally, they engage in social activities enabling them to interact with their surroundings....   [tags: Sociology, Children Social Interactions] 1169 words
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Social Networking Within The Company - Social networks such as Facebook and MySpace are known to connect people with long lost friends and family. It has also been known to connect people with similar interest together. The knowledge of social networking makes it easier for companies as a whole to benefit from the advantages of social networking. Businesses are starting to use business social networks such as LinkedIn and Ryze to acquire potential clients and other businesses with the same interest. Business social networks can be very beneficial to a company, by helping potential clients decide whether they are interested in the company’s services and assist employees on need to know information on the company without a delay....   [tags: Social Media, Facebook, MySpace]
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Social Reconstructinism: An Effective Philosophy - According to Sadker and Zittleman social reconstructinism encourages, “schools, teachers, and students to focus their studies and energies on alleviating pervasive social inequalities and, as the name implies, reconstruct society into a new and more just social order”. Social Reconstructionist is mainly founded on a “student-centered” classroom. It also encourages students to get out and help out in the community. Teachers can alter their curriculum around their classes needs. The purpose of social reconstructinism is to reconstruct society....   [tags: teacher, students, social inequitites]
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Film: The Social Network - I would like to use the deconstructive method, to analyze The Social Network. The social network appeals to a teenage/young adult audience. Like a lot of movies that appeal to younger audiences, the idea of acceptance or popularity comes in to play. Most people always crave or strive to be apart of that “in crowd”. In the movie, Mark Zuckerberg dealt with the same issue. The Social Network shows how Zuckerberg is an outcast for many reasons, but mostly because of his lack of social skills. The movie also shows how Zuckerberg (someone who likes control) finds that “control” through the creation of facebook....   [tags: Social Media, Mark Zuckerberg] 944 words
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Social Impact on College Students - Social Media has become a very essential tool in the society; in addition, it has a huge impact on communication and learning process. Social media is defined as websites and applications used for social networking. “As of September 2013, seventy-one percent of online adult use Facebook, eighteen percent use Twitter and seventeen percent use Instagram, twenty-two percent use PInterest, and another twenty-two percent use LinkedIn. (PewReasearch, 2013). In addition, "Between February 2005 and August 2006, the use of social networking sites among young adult internet user ages eighteen and twenty-nine jumped from nine percent to forty-nine percent....   [tags: Social Media, College Students, Communication]
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Social Networking and its Effects on Teens - In the media there are many examples of how social networking has played a dangerous role in teen lives. However, positive examples of how this technology supports teen literacy skills and developmental growth are not always so readily accessed. For that reason, we believe that librarians should play an active role in educating parents, teachers and other members of the community about the positive benefits of social networking in teen lives. The following examples of how you can educate your community provide a starting point....   [tags: Social Networking, Facebook]
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Negative Impact of Social Networking Sites - Today technology has created new styles of communication on the internet for us all. This technology has made great impact on everyday life in today’s society. Cyber communications have become hugely popular in the last decade, especially those websites that help people to find new or old friends, keep in touch with families, and even help people to find potential dates. The numbers of people using cyber social networking are growing in millions every year. Cyber social networks have helped people link to each other with common interests, and expand personal ideas and support worldwide....   [tags: Negative Effects of Social Media]
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Screening Social Networks for Job Hiring - People should embrace the practice of social network screening and use it to their advantage. People are now living in a technology-based age, making it only natural for the world of social media to be incorporated into an employers hiring process. A popular reason for not hiring a candidates after performing a social network screening was spelling and grammar errors in posts made online (Brown, V., & Vaughn, E., 2011, p.220), yet this can be easily fixed. Additionally, the internet allows people to demonstrate their skills as a candidate....   [tags: confidentiality, social networking]
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The Social-Emotional Aspects of Teaching and Learning - This essay aims to critically evaluate, compare, contrast and criticize, and integrate theories, strategies and skills from the Humanist, Psychodynamic and Behaviourist perspective. This essay will discuss Maslow, Rogers’, Freudian and Skinner’s approaches to understand how counselling theories may be used by teachers and other staff for supporting children and young people in terms of their social and emotional well-being within the educational context, and the factors that influence their use....   [tags: Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning]
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How to Develop Nursing Skills - Nurses have an important role to fill in healthcare. They assist doctors and other medical specialists in offices, hospitals, and specialty clinics. Nurses must enroll and complete special training in an RN program or LPN program to qualify for nursing occupations. Additionally, they can pursue continuing nursing education courses that will lead to better nurse jobs, such as specialty training available in the targeted fields. Nurses will spend more time with patients than doctors, which makes communications skills vital for a thriving nursing career....   [tags: Nursing Essays] 961 words
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Treating Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) - One of the most common disorders in the United States is social anxiety. Adults have a 28% chance to be affected by an anxiety disorder sometime in their life. Most of the people affected do not seek treatment, but those that do often get treated ineffectively. In “Differentiating Emotions Across Contexts: Comparing Adults With and Without Social Anxiety Disorder Using Random, Social Interactions, and Daily Experience Sampling,” the researchers tested a theory to better treat and manage social anxiety....   [tags: Social Anxiety Essays]
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The Negative Effect of Social Media on Individuals - Most people believe that social messaging is more of a benefit than a consequence, but using social media can actually be harmful. Social media is something most kids, teens, and even some adults are using all the time. It has become a part of our generation’s lives. Having people on their phones all day long is not only disappointing, but also damaging. Instead of talking to someone face-to-face and hanging out, people prefer just texting or going on a social network. For some people understanding a life without social media is near impossible....   [tags: social messaging, cyber bullying, suicide]
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Understanding Social Work - This part of portfolio sets out to describe the roles and skills of social workers and how skills are developed through supervision and continuous professional development. The international definition of social work according to the BASW code of ethics is the social work profession is there to promote social change, Solving problems that occur in human relationships and the empowerment and liberation of people to enhance well-being. Using theories of human Behaviour and social structures, social work interferes at the points where people interact with their situations....   [tags: social change, community care]
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Leadership and Communication Skills - Communication skills and leadership go hand in hand. In order to lead a group and influence their completion of specific goals, one must be capable of successfully communicating among ones peers. This is especially true in the healthcare industry. A leader who lacks effective communication skills is unable to maintain camaraderie between their staff, due to misunderstanding and ineffective communication. This results in failed goals. Leadership in the healthcare industry is vital not only to the organization, but also its staff, patients and visitors....   [tags: effective listening, self confidence]
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Social Medias Impact on College Students - Social Medias Impact on College Students Over time, social media addiction in college students all around the world has become a serious problem. Not only is an addiction going on, grades are being severely affected. If this issue continues to be overlooked the statistics will show that college students’ grades will get even worse. Three billion people in the world use at least one form of social media websites. Of those three billion, half of them are in the 18-29 years old. Introducing regulations and making sure that students are not logging onto social media websites as frequently is how social media addiction is going to be fixed....   [tags: addiction, grades, regulation, social network]
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