Larzelere, Robert E., Amanda Sheffield Ed Morris, and Amanda W. Harrist. Authoritative Parenting: Synthesizing Nurturance and Discipline for Optimal Child Development. Washington: American Psychological Association, 2013. The researchers summarize most of the current parenting studies and integrate them to argue on the aspects of authoritative parenting. The authors also combine some of the best parenting styles and evaluate their influence on the revolutionary prototype of parenting. The book’s main objective is to demonstrate the contrast of authoritarian parenting on previous permissive parenting. The source argues that the only way parents can become authoritative is by combining demandingness and responsiveness. Further, conclude that authoritative parenting enhances firm discipline and an appropriate mix of warm nurturance. These findings portray various styles parents can utilize while interacting with their children to instill discipline and improve child development. Most of the feedback and data in the book is guided by perspectives from parents who share their preferable mode of parenting. Besides, the research also focuses on clinical and developmental psychologists to form an evidentiary basis of its argument. The book has a separate section that indicates the responses received from psychologists, parents, and the youth. Notably, the authors have incorporated these findings and compared…
Introduction In the American context, the study of legal history and the correlation that law and the legal organizations have to the community that forms their environment gives a deep dive into the country’s legal framework and their interdependence. The law, on the other hand, refers to all the aspects from the local regulations and the rules that are subdued by the various administrative agencies, to the statutes and court rulings. Therefore, legal history focuses on how the law and the legal institutions conduct their businesses and their dynamism aspect that is concerning the constantly changing conditions politically, economically, and socially (Reimann Pg 672). Additionally, legal history is interested in the people who are governed by the rule of law and how these individuals strive to influence law and the legal players. Therefore, this paper shall delve into the study of law and legal structures that help individuals understand American history in the twentieth century.
“2030: A day in the Life of Tomorrow’s” is a book by Amy Zuckerman and James Daly that explores how new technology can transform how we live. The book is nonfiction and has illustrations making it an easy read for children in the 3rd grade. The story follows a day in the life of a boy living in 2030. In the book, it is typical for a boy his age to have a talking dog, a robot that cleans the house, and a data orb that gives him information about general things (Zuckerman & Daly, 2009). The cartoon illustrations help bring to life the idea and the many interesting aspects of this future world.
Subjective During routine visits to the hospital, patients complain of noticing blood in the urine. Although the patient had no complaints of dysuria or any pain, he complains of irritation. Upon diagnosis and assessment, it was concluded that the patient has hematuria where blood is characterized in the urine. Hematuria is usually is not a cause of major alarm, though it should not be ignored because it can indicate a serious disorder. Hematuria can range from gross hematuria where blood can be easily noticed in urine to microscopic hematuria. A cross-examination of the urine is normally conducted on patient urine, to determine the reason for the bleeding. Hematuria is characterized by red or cola-colored urine due to the presence of red blood cells (Bataille et al., 2016). In most cases, hematuria occurs without any sign and symptoms with no point unless when the individual passes blood cloths in the urine, which can be painful. The clinical presentation involving urine in the blood has far-reaching causes that are not limited to medical conditions. The causes include bladder infections (acute cystitis), Kidney Cancer, Urinary tract/kidney infections, enlarged prostate, and vigorous exercise. Besides, there are other causes and risk factors that can be…
The economic and social disruption caused by covid-19 pandemic is devastating as such as the outcomes are still inevitable. And while the impacts keep varying from country to country societies and economies are still affected at the core resulting to an overall impact on the global scale. The uncertainty with the virus is still overwhelming as impacts keep escalating. Nonetheless, day to day activities have to keep running as scientists keep digging deep into the pandemic. Therefore, in my paper I am going to draw conclusions from different authors on how they reviewed the emergence of covid-19, its development and the measures in place to contain the virus.
The fundamental argument in this paper is that socialism is an effective ideology in handling healthcare pandemics. However, the essay reviews two other ideologies, that is, populism and anarchism to evaluate their efficacy in medical crisis mitigation. The premise of this essay is the determination of how the various ideologies inform the policies that are formulated to handle the crises. Socialism, as a foundational ideology upon which social, political, and economic regulations are made, offers effective solutions to pandemics such as the Covid-19 outbreak.
The key contribution to human knowledge by the field of psychology is analyzing and providing critical solutions to the fundamental social, cultural, and political questions. I developed strong interest in studying psychology during my time as a student while gaining an associate degree in acting. During the studying period, our instructor always emphasized the need to broaden knowledge in psychology in addition to development of methodological toolbox for theatre analysis and performances. The knowledge would influence performance styles ranging from the cultural to historical perspectives. I also learnt that development of creative piece of art requires strong understanding and analysis of human behaviors, thoughts, and emotions. I strongly believe that enrolment in BA in social sciences with greater focus on psychology will assist to learn new ways of understanding how and why human beings think and act as they do.
Main Gap in Knowledge Accuracy in measuring the progress of construction is critical in a successful building project. Yet, the automated methods that are used in measuring the progress of such development, as revealed in previous studies, have exhibited limitations mainly because of incomplete data. The objective of this paper is to develop an accurate and fully automated approach for measuring the progress of construction (Anderson, David & Charles 75). The procedure employs the use of 4D BIM in concert with 3D data that is obtained through the use of remote sensing technologies. The methods have three phases, which include alignment of as-built data with the planned model, marching as-built data to BIM information, and revising the status of as-built data (Granberg, Douglas & Riemer 67). The accuracy of the completed building is validated using the 3D data that was acquired from the actual project site. The purpose is to collect data directly from the site to ensure that there is a useful measurement of the progress of construction.
Part 1 Audience and resource development play an important role in arts and media industries. Audience segmentation, for instance, is vital in making decisions related to the marketing processes. For example, a particular group of people may be attracted to artwork that is not appealing to another. This fact means that it is important to segment the audience in a way that people with the same interests are placed together. The Inc. article by Amy Nelson titled “Women Drive Majority of Consumer Purchasing and It’s Time to Meet Their Needs” compares purchasing decisions between men and women, which highlights the issue of audience segmentation. In such a case, Segmenting the market in terms of gender would be appropriate in order to avoid targeting the wrong group. Therefore, the article stresses on the importance of audience segmentation.
Psychology news articles are important because they inform the general public, including medical professionals and laypeople, on vital health aspects regarding different conditions. Thus, they should be objective, factual, and not misleading. Psychological health issues are common and many people seek effective solutions, making mass media articles the go-to sources. The public trusts them to deliver authoritative information. However, such articles are written by journalists who are not psychologists or medical professionals. They rely on other resources researched and published by experts in the field to get accurate information. However, they rephrase and translate the information to make it relevant for their news articles. As a result, the information is prone to bias, misrepresentation, or misinterpretation, which could be misleading. Hence, this paper makes a critical analysis of a news article written by Javier Hasse and published on Forbes online. It is about the effects of cannabis on depression symptoms. This analysis also examines the reporter’s representation of the findings of a scientific study on the same subject, showing that it is accurate.