Identify the special population portrayed in the movie
Identify the major themes in the movie
Discuss how the “isms” (e.g., racism, sexism, classism, ageism, etc.) are illustrated in the movie
What did you learn about the special population represented in the movie? Is what you learned in the movie supported by the literature on this special population?
How well did the movie “represent” the special population? Was it stereotypical? Was it realistic?
Choose three academic peer reviewed journal articles about the special population represented in the movie. How do these articles support or not support the themes in the movie? (HINT: Time magazine is not a journal! Do not hesitate to use the electronic journals at Joyner library which can be accessed via the Internet).
Discuss the paper initially with a representative of the ECU Writing Center if you need assistance.
- Write a paper why swimming is the safest sport?
- Discuss two similarities and two differences between Mark’s view and Durkheim’s view of urbanization impact on society.
- What are some specific actions that public managers can take to prepare for and react to abrupt, disruptive shifts in a public administration setting?
- What resources will you need to achieve self-authorship?
- Explain how you support the diagnosis by specifically identifying the criteria from the case study.
- . Compare and contrast scientific knowledge in Pre-Socratic Greek philosophy to spiritual knowledge in the Gita.
- Is the Landrieu speech effective in its purpose to cast vision for a different kind of future for New Orleans and beyond?
- What were the major strengths in the business model?
- What strategies and tactics does your social movement employ/use to fulfill its objectives?
- Write an application of Physics in Cell Biology and Biotechnology, describe the content you will include in the final project presentation.