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Caregivers
For this discussion, review several local programs being offered for communities or caregivers on Alzheimer's or other cognitive related disabilities for seniors.

Analyze the components of programs for cognitive-related disabilities for seniors:
Style of leadership (servant, transformational, laissez-faire, democratic, authoritarian
Type of Advocacy (professional, peer, group, self-empowerment)
Resources needed for successful resolution.
Interaction time with clients
What are the common concerns, components of the programs that need development and the resources used to gather information?
Determine the role of the care provider from the administrator to the nurse to the chaplain to the volunteer providing support.
How do these elements function together to provide necessary support for these individuals who may be experiencing massive cognitive changes or who are without cognitive decline?


(You must you at least two references from the readings to support your answer)


unit reading:
Cognitive Changes And Biological Aging
INTRODUCTION

Brain made out of circuits. © istockphoto.com Quote: 'There are cognitive processes and limbic reactions associated with basic emotions. And you can change brain chemistry, but you're still not going to change memories and experiences in a human being.' -Helen Fisher
The end stages of life give rise to many ethical questions. For example, when is it appropriate to terminate treatment or to ignore rehabilitation? What things do we consider when making this determination? Who makes the decision? There is a growing understanding that professionals must collaborate to move beyond the merely medical or scientific to encompass a holistic picture of an individual in the end stages of life as well as through the process of debilitating health that may occur throughout the later stages of life. In addition, one can see the importance of integrating the individual's primary support system in making decisions. Indeed, the individuals, families, and communities that support their aged and ill provide a substantial network of care that can feed into the professional care provided for the aging population.

Legal and ethical considerations for aging seniors may go beyond the typical concerns with which we identify. For example, there may be situations in which an individual's illness is of interest to researchers. Cognitive changes and the process of aging impacting neurobiological functioning are aspects of aging that must be purposefully considered when proposing support for anyone with cognitive debilitation. Recognizing the difference between an involved, receptive individual and being in a nonintegrative state (Siegel, 2012) is critical for researchers, care givers, support personnel and individuals relating to those with cognitive challenges. In addition to providing service, when conducting research on the aging, the participant must understand what is being asked of them. Therefore communication may be a challenge evolving into an ethical dilemma. A relationship of trust must be developed between the researcher and participant. Research methods must understandably be reliable and valid and focus on a wide variety of populations, encouraging diversified populations: for example, the sick, dying, culturally different, physically challenged, and mentally challenged as well as the wellderly who make up a small portion of this age group. The American Geriatrics Society provides guidelines to consider when working with this vulnerable group of individuals.


Questions abound about the quality of care and duration of treatment based on age and quality of life. Questions posed about cognitive abilities and the ability to contribute to society may place individuals in jeopardy of receiving the care they need. Has our greater education and service access for the poor, disenfranchised elderly changed through the incorporation of neurobiological concepts, or do attitudes still respond to bias and stereotypical learning? The Older Americans Act has initiated a focus on ethical care for seniors. Today, there are many organizations that serve the needs of seniors and provide legal, medical, psychological, and social support. Government policies may support seniors as we develop programs that cross the lifespan and provide a broad stroke of support.

While we consider the incorporation of biological, psychological, social, and environmental relationships that impact aging, we must always consider the individual's perception of the experience, cognitive abilities, and the ethical means we use to deliver any service, provide guidance, and support caregivers, family, and community.

The readings in this unit will help you to understand the perceptions of aging and ethical treatment identified in dealing with this population.

 

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For this discussion, respond to the following questions:

How do the concepts of exercise related to brain growth in aging individuals contribute to personal self-esteem and effectiveness of physical and mental operations in the social environment?
Apply theories of aging to explain personal adaptation of experience and transitions in older adulthood, particularly the emphasis on wellness.
As a professional, what recipe would you recommend for persons concerned about neuro-physical 


reading to answer questions: 

Busting the Stereotype of Neuro-Physical Decline:

You will find many of the readings of this unit helpful in relating these concepts to successful, engaged adult growth, even into the later stages of life. We suggest you review them before completing this discussion. 

"The triangle of well-being is a three pointed figure that is a metaphor for the idea that mind, brain, and relationships are each one part of one whole . . . But how are they connected with one another? Are they just three separate domains of reality—or do they compose one reality with at least three aspects?" (Siegel, 2012, pp. 4–11). The development of the mind emerges from the ". . . system of energy and information flow within and between people," (2012, pp. 4–11). Thus, biological aging, cognitive development, and relationships are interrelated and dependent upon one another for development and sustaining healthy states of activity. Not only are these elements outside of the individual but inside as well!

Cognitive change in an elderly individual typically brings to mind a slowing down process of memory loss, inability to communicate quickly, remembering names or places and the inability to learn something new. Yet, the brain is yearning to learn. When challenges occur that cause loss of vision or hearing, we know that neurons reconstruct pathways to accommodate such losses and strengthen other senses. This is not the case just with the elderly but can manifest in many ways for those who are much younger.

Consider the following case:

A young 42-year-old computer analyst and banker has a massive stroke and suffers vision, hearing and speech loss as well as loss of control over one side of his body. Told  he would not swim again and that he should only focus on what therapy could provide for him, he told himself: "You, my brain, may not think I can swim, but I will. My body will do what I want and you will learn again."

Eight years later, he is a swimmer and a certified personal trainer, with very little damage left to his body and none to his mind.

Why is this important? At the age of 50 as many begin slowing down, he continually increases cognitive skills and physical activity to reteach his brain. Cognition does not have to diminish at a predetermined rate, but it can improve with a focus on increasing its capacity and providing challenges to keep it active. Thus, the triangle of well-being, within each of us, can actively support our growth and diminish our expected decline. Resilience and learning to cope with change and unexpected transitions contribute to well-being also. Siegel would also add that the relationship development we encounter and continue to experience support cognitive growth and neurological development (2012).


Reference
Siegel, D. (2012). The developing mind (2nd ed.). New York, NY: The Guilford Press.


(You must you at least two references from the readings to support your answer)


unit reading:
Cognitive Changes And Biological Aging
INTRODUCTION

Brain made out of circuits. © istockphoto.com Quote: 'There are cognitive processes and limbic reactions associated with basic emotions. And you can change brain chemistry, but you're still not going to change memories and experiences in a human being.' -Helen Fisher
The end stages of life give rise to many ethical questions. For example, when is it appropriate to terminate treatment or to ignore rehabilitation? What things do we consider when making this determination? Who makes the decision? There is a growing understanding that professionals must collaborate to move beyond the merely medical or scientific to encompass a holistic picture of an individual in the end stages of life as well as through the process of debilitating health that may occur throughout the later stages of life. In addition, one can see the importance of integrating the individual's primary support system in making decisions. Indeed, the individuals, families, and communities that support their aged and ill provide a substantial network of care that can feed into the professional care provided for the aging population.

Legal and ethical considerations for aging seniors may go beyond the typical concerns with which we identify. For example, there may be situations in which an individual's illness is of interest to researchers. Cognitive changes and the process of aging impacting neurobiological functioning are aspects of aging that must be purposefully considered when proposing support for anyone with cognitive debilitation. Recognizing the difference between an involved, receptive individual and being in a nonintegrative state (Siegel, 2012) is critical for researchers, care givers, support personnel and individuals relating to those with cognitive challenges. In addition to providing service, when conducting research on the aging, the participant must understand what is being asked of them. Therefore communication may be a challenge evolving into an ethical dilemma. A relationship of trust must be developed between the researcher and participant. Research methods must understandably be reliable and valid and focus on a wide variety of populations, encouraging diversified populations: for example, the sick, dying, culturally different, physically challenged, and mentally challenged as well as the wellderly who make up a small portion of this age group. The American Geriatrics Society provides guidelines to consider when working with this vulnerable group of individuals.


Questions abound about the quality of care and duration of treatment based on age and quality of life. Questions posed about cognitive abilities and the ability to contribute to society may place individuals in jeopardy of receiving the care they need. Has our greater education and service access for the poor, disenfranchised elderly changed through the incorporation of neurobiological concepts, or do attitudes still respond to bias and stereotypical learning? The Older Americans Act has initiated a focus on ethical care for seniors. Today, there are many organizations that serve the needs of seniors and provide legal, medical, psychological, and social support. Government policies may support seniors as we develop programs that cross the lifespan and provide a broad stroke of support.

While we consider the incorporation of biological, psychological, social, and environmental relationships that impact aging, we must always consider the individual's perception of the experience, cognitive abilities, and the ethical means we use to deliver any service, provide guidance, and support caregivers, family, and community.

The readings in this unit will help you to understand the perceptions of aging and ethical treatment identified in dealing with this population.

 

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Explain how the modern food system is a major factor in climate change, giving attention to expansion of livestock production. 
Paper must be 1700-1900 words no more and no less, double spaced, 12 size font, one inch margins all around (2.54cm), APA format and citation style for in text citations, bibliography/references list in APA format. Also please read chapters 8 to 11 only in the eBook I uploaded as a link called Critical Perspectives in Food Studies, the paper must have sources and citations from each chapter 8 to 11 so at least four sources from these chapters in this book. Also I need at least another 3 academic scholarly resources that are not from this book. So 7 sources at least in total for my bibliography, 4 of them from the book link I uploaded chapters 8 to 11 only one source from each of those chapters and 3 other academic scholarly resources.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/b3ii6cgm61uzf0c/critical-perspectives-in-food-studies_2e_eBook.pdf?dl=0

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answer the questions in the word document

use links below to help

http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/ethical-standards-for-hs-professionals

https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Ethics/Code-of-Ethics/Code-of-Ethics-English

http://www.apa.org/ethics/code/

https://amhca.site-ym.com/page/codeofethics

 

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  1. Go to YouTube at:

    1.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqCYfTeP1_w and watch “ESPN Outside the Lines Redskins Debate w/ Gyasi Ross and Dave Zirin” (21:40 minutes), 

    2.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loK2DRBnk24 and watch “The Daily Show-The Redskins’ Name-Catching Racism” (7:30 minutes), and

    3.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwtQENClQEI and watch “ESPN First Take/ Should Washington Redskins Change Their Name?” (watch the first 5:43 minutes of 14:13).

    B.    View the Block 3 Power Point Lecture posted on the course Blackboard page.  This Lecture should give you a better understanding of historical and modern social movements.

    C.    Using the assigned video, the textbook, and some of your own research, write a 5-paragraph paper (3 pages maximum; points will be deducted for not following instructions), including one paragraph answering each of the following questions:

    1.    How does our textbook define “grievance”?  What “grievance” is being expressed in the videos?  (3 points)

    2.    How does our textbook define “collective good”?  What “collective good” is being pursued in the videos?  (3 points)

    3.    Who are the movement’s participants in the videos?  Who is resisting?  Who is neutral? What is at stake for each?  (6 points)

    4.    What has the US federal government done in response to the grievance? You will need to do additional research.  (3 points)

    5.    What tactics have been used by those both for and against the movement?  You will need to do additional research. (4 points)
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The movie of choise: "The breakfast club"

Assignment:
1. Watch the breakfast club.

2. Analyze the movie for references of the American Dream, stratification, and inequality. THE PURPOSE OF THIS PAPER IS NOT TO SUMMARIZE YOUR FILM CHOICE. The purpose is to provide an in-depth sociological and critical analysis of the movie. You must incorporate each of the above concepts listed.  

3. Film Presentations: On the day you choose to present, you will provide a 5-10 minute presentation of your analysis. You will present to the class why you chose the film and summarize your findings.​ PowerPoint presentations and clips from your chosen film are highly encouraged​. 

Paper Requirements:
  Papers MUST be at least 5 pages in length, double-spaced. Please don’t exceed 6 pages. Please use Times New Roman font. Either MLA or APA format may be used. Papers must include a Works Cited Page. 

Components of Your Analysis:
1. Introduction​: Introductory paragraph to why you chose your movie. Briefly discuss a summary of movie. The introduction should include a preview of the main points and purpose of the paper.  
2. Discussion​: Explain how the movie references examples of the ​American Dream​, ​stratification​, and ​inequality​. Include specific references from the class text and movie to support your analysis. Please reference and cite accurately. 
3. Conclusion​: The conclusion should include a review of the main points and purpose of the paper.

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Please respond in a primary posting of at least 200 words. In addition, please make a substantive comment of at least 100 words to at least one [1] of your classmates. Subsequent comments may be shorter. Please use the sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:
•Describe the functions of ancient myths, using examples from two (2) different neolithic cultures, and comment on whether myth is inherently fictional. Using modern examples, discuss ways modern belief systems, secular or religious, function for modern cultures in a similar fashion. 

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"Egyptian Love Poetry and Mummies"

Please respond in a primary posting of at least 200 words. In addition, please make a substantive comment of at least 100 words to at least one [1] of your classmates. Subsequent comments may be shorter. Please use the sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:
•From the samples of Egyptian love poetry, identify one (1) or two (2) lines that you especially enjoy or find interesting, and compare this poetry to some aspect of modern life. Next, describe two (2) aspects of Egyptian mummification and the early Egyptians’ beliefs related to mummification that you find surprising or intriguing. These funerary practices were driven by certain Egyptian ideas of the afterlife; compare these to modern beliefs and practices. 

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"Rome's Major Urban Structures"

Please respond in a primary posting of at least 200 words. In addition, please make a substantive comment of at least 100 words to at least one [1] of your classmates. Subsequent comments may be shorter. Please use the sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:
•Select one (1) of the following famous ancient Roman structures that you find most fascinating: Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Pantheon, insulate, or bath complexes. After exploring the related resource(s) below on Rome, describe one (1) structure that you found most fascinating. Identify two (2) specific aspects of the structure in question, and make a comparison to specific aspects of modern urban life. 

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Explain what Deviance is. and further research information on the subject

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Major Assignment 1: 
What are the meanings of “sustainability” and “globalization” to you, both personally and in the context of your family history? (You may focus on students’ personal sustainability goals & their implications.)

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Using a cultural or feminist lens, develop an argument based on some aspects associated with civil rights movements or the women’s rights movement. Narrow your topic to a particular area of interest and be specific in your argument.

Cultural lens refers to an approach that helps in advancing the goals of programming to be successful and efficient basing on a strong society acceptance and possession (Dixon 55). In most cases people refers it as an analytical programming instrument as it helps the policy makers to understand, analyze and use positive cultural values and structures in their programming and planning processes(Dixon 55). This in advance helps to strengthen the programming processes and creates a condition of possessions. Cultural or feminist lens helps to create a state of sustainability of various areas of women’s empowerment (Dixon 55). It also helps to promote sustainability when focusing on endorsement of women’s rights and health. For a couple of years, cultural lenses have been used to enlighten the source of social practices that are detrimental to human being (Dixon 55). In addition, it helps to enlighten various social practices that hinder people enjoyment of their rights. For instance, in case there is violation of any rights of human being it informs projects without losing sights of individual’s rights especially those that are promoting their well-being (Dixon 55). In relation, cultural lenses helps to clarify some of the influential local powers that pressures human being and can present some potential allies to the development of programming (Cappucci 165). Through use of cultural lenses policy makers can be in a position to achieve the goals of development planning in a more effective and efficient way. This can be enhanced by creating a conducive environment where people respect each other rights and use culturally allowed and persuasive language.

When focusing on the women’s rights, it is essential to make sure that the cultural lenses have reflected them. This is because it help to illuminate all the basis of social practices that may be harmful to people. Additionally, it helps to illuminate the social practices that may be detrimental or violate the human rights. In most cases, a cultural lens encourages the programmers to find a grown solution that helps to guarantee possessions and sustainability of developments outcomes (Ncafp 151). When focusing on women rights in Middle East, it is essential to look various ways that these rights were violated. This will help to give a valid comparison between women in the past and in the Middle East. For instance, women in Middle East were perceived as inferior. This is because there were various issues that they were facing in Middle East that made them to be viewed as inferior. In other words, the diversity and the conditions of women lifestyle is often lost in Middle East. Although there are indigenous causes for their inferiority status, it can be seen that they are highly viewed as inferior. Most of the women rights are violated and this tends to be the key points. This is because women in Middle East have lost their diversity of female lifestyle. Women’s rights movement helps to maintain that women are treated fairly without any form of harassment. In addition, they fight for the rights of women and emphasize on their empowerments.

It is said that while the rest of countries were enjoying and respecting the Women’s International day, women in Middle East were not even aware of such a prominent day (Prosor 401). This is because they were less to celebrate as their dignity and respect is not valued in Middle East. In addition, women in the past had substantial progress due to their increasing rights in workplace, home and in political seats, however, women in the Middle East continued to suffer deliberately from a miserable shortage in human rights (Dixon 55). In Middle East, some of the societal norms and taboos are still hindering women progress in various subordinate positions. This is because women in this part of the world are viewed as inferior thus; they cannot be in a position to be given the subordinate status or positions. These may include political posts and other superior status that men tend to be given. Government in Middle East has remained defiant in addressing the inequalities for women through legislation (Sutherlin 77). Some of the laws that are in charge of marital rape and abuse of women rights are greatly absent in this part of the world. This is because there is persistent killing and segregation. In addition, there is discrimination of female gender in educational and political institutions (Sutherlin 77). This shows that women’s rights in this part of the world are particularly poor as they suffer from a deficit in freedom and human rights as compared to the other parts of the globe. Many researchers have argued that apologetic responses or women empowerment is completely inadequate in Middle East (Sutherlin 77). Thus, they tend to view all women as inferior. This means that they do not appreciate anything good about women who live in this part of the world.

Focusing on cultural lens that illuminate various social practices that tends to violate the human’s right, it is crucial to think of various ways that can help to remedy this situation and the difficult time that woman in Middle East tends to face. According to cultural lenses, individual in a country are not only the products of their entire cultures but also active actors that can participate a lot to their change (Metcalfe 96). This means that it is essential and vital to respects people’s attitude and beliefs. This in advance helps to make the entire country to be very open to changes that contribute to the welfare of their communities and the human rights of all people not considering whether the person is a woman or man. Women in Middle East are viewed as faceless victims (Metcalfe 96). This is because they cannot be given the higher positions that men tends to be given. It is essential for the entire government to be a good example to the rest of the residents. For instance, they should allow women to be given higher positions that are given to men. This is because in Middle East, women cannot be given a chance to participate in political seats or other greater positions that men are given. Various women groups have been formed in order to fight for women empowerment and their entire rights. Women’s suffrage is one of them and it emphasizes on women’s rights and freedom to participate in development programs (Metcalfe 96). They also stresses on marital choice and education for female gender. The fact that women are back born of any society, it is essential to respect their beliefs and attitude (Sutherlin 77). However, Middle East is quite different as it denies women their rights.

           In addition, they are denied a proper place in the society as other women are given in other parts of the world. It is essential to give a woman all she deserves, as she is the back born of the society (Metcalfe 96). This is because in case she is educated she can be in a position to raise the entire village. This is due to the fact that a woman who tends to be educated can teach her entire children the best and proper path to the future (Sutherlin 77). However, if the woman is denied education, the whole society will remain behind. Due to the fact that overall gender of women are treated as second-class citizens, this has participated a lot in weakening Middle East as women are the back born of any society in the country(Metcalfe 96). It is essential to protect their rights and empower them as possible in order to promote gender equality in the country.

Gender equality is not practiced in the Middle East countries. This is not a concern in women in Middle East but to women in different countries globally. Saudi Arabia is the biggest country where women oppression and harassment is experienced. The western countries have greatly contributed to women oppression in Middle East countries especially the United States. Sexual abuse and domestic violence are some of the oppression that women both in the past and present have faced. The western countries believe that women in Middle East are weak and cannot support themselves (Keddie, 281). The Muslim women in Middle East have their rights violated where people assume that it is right according to the Muslim culture where women are regarded as inferior and subjects to men. Women cannot make their own decisions. They have to follow decisions from the superior men. According to the Muslim culture, women both in the past and present are not even allowed to drive vehicles. This is a right denied to them forcefully by men. Most countries in Middle East are following the oppressive rules in Saudi Arabia to continue spreading harassment and sexual abuse of women. Although women in some Middle East countries enjoy political and social rights, their cultural rights are denied to them. The government is also in support of some oppressive rules and treatment (Keddie, 281). Women in Middle East countries like Syria, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq are not denied their political and social rights where they are given powerful positions in the government. Women both in present and in the past are denied their rights by men on the basis of religion and harsh Islamic beliefs and rules (Keddie, 281).

The rights of women remain violated right from the traditional view. Christianity, Islamic and Jewish beliefs in Middle East have developed oppressive religious rules and beliefs which causes harassment of women in various families and the state at large. In Kuwait for example women up to date are denied their voting rights. Women are part of the society and are equal to men thus denying them a right is unfair and wrong (Sutherlin 77). Women representation in national assemblies of most Middle East countries is low compared to other parts of the world. In Turkey and Pakistan however, women are the leaders of such Muslim nations which shows that their rights are respected and men believe in women leadership. Israel is different such that once a woman was given rights to lead the nation but presently men dominate the leadership positions. Christian and Jewish cultures have participated in violation of women’s rights (Sutherlin 77). The religious beliefs suggest that women should always obey their husbands without questioning. They should give in to the demands of the men. Menstruation is criticized in these countries such that women are viewed as unhygienic people because of the unavoidable menstrual cycle. Polygamy is authorized in these countries as well as wife inheritance which are made legal by both government and religious laws. Women are denied rights to inherit property and also to own the property in the past and present (Dixon 55). This is made possible by courts supporting these harmful and unfair practices. Most oppressive rights and rules always generate from the Islamic, Christianity and Jewish religious beliefs and cultural practices. Culture is one of the basic as to why women in Middle East were and still are denied most of their rights.

Religion is one of the contributing factors of women oppression in Middle East countries. Religion is not the only thing that can be blamed for oppression in women. Cultural practices and beliefs play even a major role in oppressing women as compared to religion both currently and traditionally. Female genital mutilation is one of the dangerous cultural practice women forcefully undergo in Middle East countries (Dixon 55). Female genital mutilation is oppressive and dangerous to women’s health and often contributes to death of women especially small girls. The practice is associated right according to the hadith practice and belief in the Islamic culture. This practice is practiced mostly in rural areas as compared with the urban educated areas. Veiling is one of the contributing practices of oppressing women in Middle East countries which originally came from Christianity culture (Keddie, 281). Western countries and cultures have greatly contributed to women oppression in the Middle East countries. Sexual abuse has been supported by cultural practices mainly from the western countries thus continuing with the oppressive laws. Christianity and Islamic cultures often differ in supporting sexual morals where Christians accuse Muslims of oppressing women when they are also included in oppressing them which is ironical. Colonial feminism is presently practiced by western countries where they are seen to defend women’s rights in other countries whereas at the same time they violate rights of women in their own countries (Keddie, 281). This is ironical and unacceptable where women activists should come up to fight for rights of their fellow women. Women status in the Middle East countries signifies the dangerous Islamic culture in the region which should be abolished. Colonial feminism is rejected by the Middle East countries though some cultures support it. Middle East countries view this as one way of colonialism by the western countries and therefore reject it presently.

United States support cannot be denied by the government of Saudi Arabia. The US government has contributed to oppression of women and frustration especially in the political and cultural point of view (Cappucci 165). The western countries which many Middle East countries depend on for financial support cannot be denied the responsibility to bring in cultures even though they are oppressive and harmful to women in the countries. The US supports oppressive movements’ financially rather than supporting movements which fight for women’s rights especially the feminists’ movements and associations. During the cold war, the US government was in support of fundamentalism of Islamic culture which has currently contributed to women harassment and oppression throughout the Middle East states. The US government has contributed to violation of human rights both internally and externally (Metcalfe 96). Saudi Arabia is one of the countries that show how the US government takes advantage of supporting oppression in women. Intolerable religious beliefs and cultures as well as sexual abuse are examples of oppressiveness of Middle East women as supported by US government in a hypocrisy manner (Cappucci 165). The US government is silent on the issue of violation of women’s right while it is seen making speeches that human rights should be respected. Women are subjects of all male persons in the Middle East countries. They cannot travel without seeking permission from their brothers and husbands. They are denied political rights completely. They are denied rights to drive and make decisions on their own. They must follow the decisions made by their brothers, fathers and husbands (Metcalfe 96). There are campaigns against gender equality and equity by the Saudi powerful political family which are funded by the US government since they do not believe in gender equality. This is an example of how the Middle East countries are misused by the American government and support women plight and rights violation (Cappucci 165). The Canadian government has come in aid and support of the poor people in Middle East and especially women. The human rights and feminist movements in Middle East countries are not funded by American government since they support the oppression taking place from the past to date. Women in Middle East are currently struggling to end gender inequality (Cappucci 165). Women are currently educated and have come up with non governmental movements which support gender equity. This is a positive response and should be supported and funded by countries globally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Works Cited

Cappucci, John. "Women In The Middle East: Past And Present." Canadian Journal Of Women   & The Law 20.1 (2008): 165-171. Academic Search Premier. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Dixon, Mary. Invitations & Inspirations: Pathways to Successful Teaching. Carlton South, Vic: Curriculum Corporation, 2004. Print.

Keddie, Nikki R. Women in the Middle East: Past and Present. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007. Internet resource.

Metcalfe, Beverly. "Women, Management And Globalization In The Middle East." Journal Of Business Ethics 83.1 (2008): 85-100. Business Source Complete. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Ncafp. "Arab Women And The Future Of The Middle East." American Foreign Policy Interests 34.3 (2012): 149-166. Academic Search Premier. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Prosor, Ron. "We Need To Speak Truthfully About The Middle East." Vital Speeches Of  The  Day 79.12 (2013): 400-404. Academic Search Premier. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

Sutherlin, John W. "Middle East Turmoil And Human Rights: How Will The 'New' Regimes Expand Civil Liberties." Perspectives On Global Development & Technology 11.1   (2012): 75-87. Business Source Complete. Web. 16 Apr. 2014.

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 Development and psychosocial stages

A normal human being is recommended to pass through eight stages of psychological development. In every stage the individual gains new experiences and ideas where one experiences new changes. The stages must be fully completed failure to which challenges may be experienced in future by the individual. An individual must develop both socially as well as cultural developments. An individual must develop in a healthy manner thus the health experience affects development either positively or negatively (Greene, 2008). A healthy experience enables development to be successful even in future while failure of development occurs when one is not exposed to good health care services. Development is enhanced by the social interaction since our experiences changes we interact and get new ideas from other people who were initially absent. A person’s behavior is guided by different surrounding and cultural activities (Greene, 2008). Some cultural beliefs and values help shape the social behavior of an individual.

Identity makes the individual have a sense of belonging to a particular group, family and society. The process of gaining identity is continuous right from childhood. Competence is also required in the psychological development process. An individual must show competence as a way of showing that one has fully developed successful. There are many experiences that affect the successful growth and development of an individual’s psychology (Nevid, 2009). An individual should not proceed to one development stage before fully completing the other one as a way of enhancing competent psychological development. The development is guided by nature and which enables development to remain natural. (Nevid, 2009) Children are easily handled compared to adults and thus development must be well maintained during the childhood ages other than old stage. Development depends on present experience of the individual which will affect the future positively or negatively.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References

Greene, R. R. (2008). Human behavior theory & social work practice. New Brunswick, N.J:             AldineTransaction.

Nevid, J. S. (2009). Psychology: Concepts and applications. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.

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