Abnormal Psychology TOPIC: Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders Your readings for this unit discussed a research study in which participants were exposed to a live cold virus. What are your thoughts about this study? Would you be willing to participate in such research? Why or why not? Post your response to the discussion board. Make sure to respond to it in no less than 300-400 words. Introduction to Sociology Please choose one of the following prompts and respond to it in no less than 300-400 words. In your response you must fully answer all aspects of the question and support your answer with reference to course materials (textbook supplementary readings videos etc.). · According to Goffman we are all just actors on a stage reading/acting from socially prescribed (and proscribed) scripts. This is especially true when we take on different roles. List two different roles you take as an individual. How do these roles guide your behavior when you are in/around certain situations places or people? Are these roles in tension with each other and if so how does this tension matter for your behavior and the way others perceive you? · In what ways has the development of social media been good for society? In what ways has it been bad for society? Why is a society that uses social media different from one that doesnt? How does the usage of social media change the way people interact with relate to and perceive/judge each other? Resources Notes Attached Read Social Interaction Juvenile Delinquency Assignment 8- TOPIC: Juvenile Institutions In 3-4 paragraphs summarize the different types of juvenile facilities. Do you believe any of them are more effective than the other? (Article is attached) Assignment 9- Topic: Girls and Delinquency After reading the article answer the 2 following questions. What factors put girls at risk of becoming delinquents and can they overcome them? Respond in 2-3 Paragraphs Read InFocus article: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. (2010). InFocus. Retrieved from https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/ojjdp/228414.pdf

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