Suburban Sprawl; Connection With Diabetes

Suburban Sprawl.

Suburban Sprawl
Suburban Sprawl

Option #1: The Connection between Diabetes and Suburban Sprawl

Consider the multidisciplinary interactions of biological and social sciences as presented in Chapter 2 of Global Public Health.

With this in mind, perform an analysis of the information delivered in this episode about the connection between diabetes and suburban sprawl, as discussed in the text.

Episode One –

Watch the video and look at the suggestions there for improving health in your own community.

Once you are satisfied with your review of the episode, write an essay that addresses the following questions:
  1. Begin by summarizing the episode in 100 words or less.
  2. Relate the information from this episode to what you learned in Chapters 1 and 2 of your textbook, Global Public Health.
  3. What specific public health disciplines mentioned in Chapter 2 of your textbook are related to the information presented in the video and why?
  4. Critique the information. Do you feel that the information presented is valid and easy to understand?
  5. What information does the episode offer about public health problems?
  6. Consider, for example: whether it provides details on how public health can be characterized and measured; and whether it describes common hazards and afflictions affecting modern Americans and American communities.
  7. What information does the episode offer about the nature of communities? Consider whether it provides details on how communities may be altered to improve public health.
  8. What information was missing from the episode? How could the content be improved? What would you like to see in future episodes?
  1. Write a 2- to 3-page paper of about 1,500 words, not including the title and reference pages, which are required.
  2. The paper must be formatted correctly using APA style. Remember, all research material used in your paper must be paraphrased and include an in-text citation.
  3. Your paper must be properly cited and formatted according to the APA Requirements.
  4. This is an individual paper; however, you should reflect on our Discussion Forums and incorporate ideas from there, as appropriate.
  5. Be sure you utilize your text appropriately as a reference and cite at least one other credible external reference such as a website or journal article to support your proposed resolution of the case.
  6. Turn the paper in via the Submissions Folder.

Human Behavior;Organizational Foundations

Human Behavior.

Human Behavior
Human Behavior

Human Behavior;

The intended learning outcomes are that on completion of this module the student should be able to:
  1. Provide evidence of understanding of the basic notions of Human Behavior in organisations.
  2. Express clearly a personal view on how and why organisations exist and their functions.
  3. Debate in a challenging, questioning and critical perspective on issues related to human behavior at work.
  4. Apply concepts discussed in class to the analysis of simple case studies or common situations in the workplace.

Volkswagen Diesel Car (VW) Scandal Report

Volkswagen Diesel Car.

Volkswagen Diesel Car
Volkswagen Diesel Car

Investigate and research the Volkswagen Diesel Car Scandal that was first reported, worldwide, in the late summer, early autumn of 2015.

It is claimed that VW wrote software, for the engine management systems of many models of its diesel cars, that is able to detect whether each individual car is being tested for its exhaust emissions or whether the that same car is being driven on the open road.

When being tested the car emits less poisonous exhaust emissions. On the road it emits more.

What are the social and ethical issues ? only of 200 words each 100 word.

Social issues should include how the consumers are affected not about the pollution or health affect

It should include how the costumers are affected due to the car, and what are facing due to this scandal

Statistical Package for the Social Sciences

Statistical Package for the Social Sciences.

Statistical Package for the Social Sciences
Statistical Package for the Social Sciences

SOCI 332 – Statistical Package for the Social Sciences

There are certain risk factors for peer pressure, and socioeconomic. more prone to give in to pressure.

The characters that put you at higher risk for falling in to the peer pressure trap include:
  • low self-esteem, and
  • lack of confidence.
The variables would be:
  • The students’ academic performance
  • Socio-economic of parent’s income,
  • based on their residence,
  • occupation and
  • educational experiences.

One of the most crucial components of this course is developing a research project from conceptualizing a research problem and develop a number of complementary design, measurement, and data collection approaches to bring evidence to bear on the problem.

Throughout the class, you created a research study based on publicly available data from the General Social Survey (GSS).

You chose data which were representative of your interests and satisfied your research question and hypotheses.

This Assignment meets these course objectives:

Describe and apply the concepts and logic of elementary statistics.

Conduct statistical analysis in SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences).

Compare and contrast different types of data and the statistics that can be used to analyze them

Examine the differences between descriptive and inferential statistics and their use in the social sciences.

Form critical interpretations of quantitative research literature in sociology and other social sciences.

Complete and interpret descriptive and inferential statistical data analysis

Critically evaluate the quality of research design and evidence in published social research.


The Final Portfolio Assignment is where you pull together the research you’ve been working on the first seven weeks of class.

Using your weekly Forum posts, and the feedback from your classmates and instructor on your posts, construct a 6-8 page paper that fully explores your research topic in a way that provides the context and explanation surrounding the analyses provided in the paper.

Your professor is looking to see whether you understand what you are writing about, not simply going through the motions.

Citing literature about your research topic, be sure to set the stage for the data and analyses that you present.

Briefly describe the General Social Survey as your survey instrument.

Provide the questions, verbatim, that were asked in the survey which became the variable which you chose to use.

You will also need to include the answer choices for each of them. This portion can be a table if you choose.

Clearly identify and explain your hypothesis and the five steps of hypothesis testing as they apply to your paper.

Share and explain frequency table(s), cross tabs, and histograms or graphing to describe your data.

Using the statistical tests you ran each week in class (correlation, t-test, etc.), present the tests and your findings.

Explain the results of the statistical tests and pull in some literature to provide context, demonstrating how your results and research fit into the larger body of literature on this topic.

Be sure to use proper APA formatting for citations and references.

However, you do not need to include an abstract or table of contents. You can find guidance in APA by clicking here to access the Purdue Online Writing Lab.