Original “ Newtown Edgmont
Please answer each question separately
What is the significance of cultural competence in professional psychology in terms of both the history of diversity issues and the issues that are present in this country? In responding clearly describe the significant historical diversity issues and the issues based on both the reading and in the environment.
readings described, human sexuality involves the interrelationship of a person’s biological, psychological, and sociocultural characteristics (e.g. the three dimensions of human sexuality). Evaluate each of the dimensions according to their significance in your life. what was the course of most of your information about sexuality as you grew up? How did your experiences with parents, teachers, and peers influence your views of sexuality today?
Are you a product of “nature” or “nurture” or maybe a little bit of both? Describe what makes you, you. Give at least 1 example of an aspect of your personal development that would support the notion that you are a product of your heredity. In other words, what is it about you that would appear to be in-born, either from what parents’ have passed down genetically or what otherwise seems to be hard-wired in you? If you think you’re a product of your environment, share an example that supports that theory. Finally, if you think you’re a product of both nature and nurture, tell us why. Make sure to support your answers with facts from the lesson material.
As a sports manager, there will be times when change in the workplace will be necessary, whether it be a new policy or downsizing. It is the manager’s job to keep his or her employees motivated. Due to the economy, you, as the athletic director, recently had to inform the men’s Soccer coach that his program at your university was being cut completely (i.e., dissolved). There are no immediate plans to cut any other programs, but the Men’s and Women’s Tennis as well as Baseball and Softball coaches are all asking you if their athletic program will be dissolved in the near future. How would you keep these coaches motivated to continue to recruit and train their athletes without applying for immediate employment opportunities at other institutions?
Little Jimmy, a ten-year exchange student from China, plays first base for the Birmingham Bluebirds in a local little league run by a small Catholic school in Birmingham, Alabama.
Prior to the season, Little Jimmy’s host mother signs a form provided by the school. Specifically, the school provided the host family with a waiver form based off of the following document:
The school’s secretary amended the above form to substitute the word “Birmingham Little League” for the original “Newtown Edgmont Little League.”
While Little Jimmy has made a serious effort to learn the mechanics of baseball, he continues to struggle to understand the mechanics of the game. One day, while on deck waiting to bat, Little Jimmy’s coach instructs him to start swinging his bat to warm up. Little Jimmy hits another player in the head with his bat. When Little Jimmy strikes the other player in the head, the other player’s helmet shatters on impact. As a result of the accident, the player hit by Little Jimmy suffers life-altering brain damage.
The injured player’s parents enter your law firm’s office asking your advice on what possible legal remedies to pursue. Please make sure that you also note what additional information that you would need to determine the liability of any parties sued.