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 In a PowerPoint presentation analyze the processes of family and couples’ mediation.
Explain the five Stages of the mediation, the goal is to achieve a final and durable settlement of the dispute.
Stage One: Convening the Mediation
Stage Two: Opening Session
Stage Three: Communication
Stage Four: The Negotiation
Stage Five: Closure

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Illustrate the development of the recovery model

 
you will prepare a research p to interpret the recovery model. Be sure to include the following:
Illustrate the development of the recovery model (historical context, key contributors).
Define the recovery model (drawn from the readings and your research).
Indicate the major concepts of the recovery model.
Interpret how postmodernism and social constructionism are related to the recovery model. How are these concepts included in work with the recovery model?
Explore the importance of the recovery model to marriage and family therapy practice.
Explain how you believe the application of concepts from the recovery model will make you a more effective MFT.

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Describe a time when you took an assessment and were able to observe the tests administration

Describe a time when you took an assessment and were able to observe the tests administration. This can be an assessment that you took within or outside of an academic setting. include the followin:
Was there specific protocol followed? Was the administrators behavior formal or informal? How were the test instructions given to you? Were there any rules regarding leaving the room? What factors impacted the testing environment? Were any accommodations made for individuals who needed them? Was the assessment appropriate valid for the purpose it was given? Did the assessment follow ethical standards and guidelines? 400 words 

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What is the item that stood out to you and why?

 
Choose one concept, research finding, or question that stood out to you in your readings and content assigned for this week. Find an empirical research article about this that was published in the scientific literature and provide a summary of that article here answering the following questions. Attach the article to your post, and provide an APA style reference for it at the bottom of your post.   
1. What is the item that stood out to you and why?
2. What did the authors of the study you selected examine in their research? What did they hypothesize and why (rationale)?
3. What methods did they use? 
4. What were the most meaningful findings the authors reported?
5. What is one limitation to their study?
6. How do the findings from this study help you better understand the content from this week?
Part 2
State your hypothesis. What limitations did you address in your proposal?  Would it be possible to overcome these limitations for your dissertation? Why or why not? 
 
Chapter 21: Brody, L. R., Hall, J. A., & Stokes, L. R. (2016). Gender and emotion: Theory, findings, and context. In L. Feldman Barrett, M. Lewis, & J. M. Haviland-Jones (Eds.), Handbook of Emotions, 4th Ed. (pp. 369-392). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
Chapter 22: Mesquita, B., DeLeersnyder, J., & Boiger, M. (2016). The cultural psychology of emotions. In L. Feldman Barrett, M. Lewis, & J. M. Haviland-Jones (Eds.), Handbook of Emotions, 4th Ed. (pp. 393-411). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
In addition, read the following articles:
Article:  Hoffmann, H., Kessler, H., Eppel, T., Rukavina, S., & Traue, H.C. (2010). Expression intensity, gender, and facial emotion recognition: Women recognize only subtle facial emotions better than men. Acta Psychologica, 135, 278-283. Hoffmann, H., Kessler, H., Eppel, T., Rukavina, S., & Traue, H.C. (2010). Expression intensity, gender, and facial emotion recognition: Women recognize only subtle facial emotions better than men. Acta Psychologica, 135, 278-283. – Alternative Formats
Article:  Leu, J., Wang, J., & Koo, K. (2011). Are positive emotions just as “positive” across cultures? Emotion, 11, 994-999. Leu, J., Wang, J., & Koo, K. (2011). Are positive emotions just as “positive” across cultures? Emotion, 11, 994-999. – Alternative Formats

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What is your opinion on theorists’ claims that micro expressions are the same for all cultures around the world?

Watch this 7-minute video on microexpressions:
Answer the following questions:
What is your opinion on theorists’ claims that micro expressions are the same for all cultures around the world?
Why do you feel this way?
Give specific examples to support your opinion using materials from the chapter reading this week.
Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format.

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The nature of language and acquisition of accents?

What Accent?, Snap #614 – Godsend


https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/w3cszdzs
What is your reaction? What does this say about the nature of language and acquisition of accents?
listen to one or both doesnt matter
no citing 
100 words
turnit in report attached

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Using the different theories for building a high-performance organization, which theory and tools would you apply to build workplace satisfaction within your workplace organization?

Using the different theories for building a high-performance organization, which theory and tools would you apply to build workplace satisfaction within your workplace organization? What kinds of data-driven tools would you use? Provide your rationale.
Next, go the PG Library and find a scholarly research article focused on workplace satisfaction. Based on the empirical information and data, what kinds of strategies and approaches would you implement to increase employee satisfaction?

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As a new case manager, how are you going to develop a network of services available in your community?

 As a new case manager, how are you going to develop a network of services available in your community? What strategies do you think would be most effective when networking?
In response to your peers, compare and contrast resources. Are there any that are missing based on your research?

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How would you select a test to measure vocational interests?

 How would you select a test to measure vocational interests? How can the results of this test be used in working with your client? What sources of error can be identified?
In response to your peers, discuss best practices for selecting the most appropriate one to get the most accurate results.

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Based on the two cultures or nations you selected, post and explain two ways that women’s roles are similar and two ways they are different.

 
Discussion: Women’s Lives in the International Context
Social conditions for women vary from across the globe. Examples include policies, expectations and laws regarding marriage and divorce, inheritance, driving, political participation, family violence, etc.
For this Discussion you will explore the world’s diversity regarding women’s social roles.
To Prepare:
Review this week’s Learning Resources and select two cultures or nations and consider the ways women’s roles are similar and how they are different.
Based on the two cultures or nations you selected, post and explain two ways that women’s roles are similar and two ways they are different.
LEARNING RESOURCES/ REFERENCES FOR DQ
 
Learning Resources
Required Readings
Ahmed, R., & Gielen, U. (2017). Women in Egypt. In C. M. Brown, U. P. Gielen, J. L. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 91–116). New York, NY: Springer. Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center. 
Best, D. L., & Busch, C. D. (2016). Gender roles in childhood and adolescence. In U. P. Gielen & J. L. Roopnarine (Eds.), Childhood and adolescence: Cross-cultural perspectives and applications (pp. 209–239). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. Credit Line: Childhood and Adolescence: Cross-cultural Perspectives and Applications by U. P. Gielen & J. L. Roopnarine (Eds.). Copyright 2016 by ABC-CLIO. Reprinted by permission of ABC-CLIO via the Copyright Clearance Center. 
Gibbons, J. L., Stiles, D. A., & Shkodriani, G. M. (1991). Adolescents’ attitudes toward family and gender roles: An international comparison. Sex Roles, 25(11–12), 625–643. 
Gibbons, J., Poelker, K., & Moletsane-Kekae, M.  (2017). Women in South Africa: Striving for full equality post-apartheid. In C. Brown, U. Gielen, J. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 141–156). New York, NY: Springer. Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center. 
Sarwono, S. (2017). Women in Indonesia. In C. Brown, U. Gielen, J. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 59–72). New York, NY: Springer. Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center. 
Tchombe, T. M. S. (2017). Psychosocial perspectives of Cameroonian women. In C. Brown, U. Gielen, J. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 117–140). New York, NY: Springer. Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center.