How does the sociological perspective relate to social work?

How does the sociological perspective relate to social work?

  • THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

How is madness dealt with in the novella The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?

Jekyll’s madness—if it is that—is portrayed as a progression similar to that of addiction. It begins with choices Jekyll makes, becomes more attractive and harder to resist, and ends up being…

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  • SCIENCE

A ball of mass m1= 0.08 kg starts from rest and falls vertically downward from a height 3 m….

We can use equations of motion to solve this problem. Using v2=u2+2asv2=u2+2as for the part where the ball drops from the height of 3 m, we can calculate the ball’s velocity as it hits the ground….

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  • THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MALCOLM X

How does the author introduce Malcolm X’s father?

In the autobiography transcribed by Alex Haley, Malcolm X’s father, Earl Little, is introduced within terrorizing, yet auspicious, circumstances: When my mother was pregnant with me, she told me…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

What main points make Shylock from the Merchant of Venice a villain?

Based on the text and historical context, it is clear that Shakespeare intended Shylock to be a villain. He does create some sympathy for the character, but it is widely later readings of the text…

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  • SCIENCE

Explain the relationship between the reactivity of an element and the likelihood of it existing…

Reactivity is a measure of the reaction potential of an element. In other words, reactivity of an element tells us the likelihood of an element reacting with another element. For example, an…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

In Julius Caesar, What does Brutus say about Caesar’s spirit at Phillipi?

The first thing Brutus mentions about Caesar’s ghost when he is on the battlefield at Phillipi is the following: O Julius Caesar, thou art mighty yet!Thy spirit walks abroad and turns our swordsIn…

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  • HISTORY

Why were the middle class public hostile to allowing workers to organize?

First, the term “middle class” must be specified, because it has meant different things at different times. During the early years of the Industrial Revolution, the term meant something like…

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  • FREAK THE MIGHTY

Who is the real hero in Rodman Philbrick’s Freak the Mighty?

A hero is someone who demonstrates courage, performs brave deeds, and exemplifies noble qualities. This definition can be applied to both Maxwell and Kevin in Freak the Mighty. Both boys face…

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  • A RETRIEVED REFORMATION

Would you have done what Ben Price did in “A Retrieved Reformation?”

The short answer is yes. Ben Price is not an official officer of the law. Banks employed private detective agencies, such as the famous Pinkerton’s, for security in O. Henry’s time. Ben Price was…

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  • THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER

Why did Jabez Stone go to Daniel Webster for assistance?

In The Devil and Daniel Webster by Stephen Vincent Benet, Jabez Stone sells his soul to the devil because he is having bad luck growing crops in the rocky soil of his farm in New England. He…

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  • RULES

What are the exciting elements of Rules by Cynthia Lord?

It sounds like you are writing a paper on the book Rules by Cynthia Lord, or perhaps your teacher has asked you to consider the book for class discussion. The author does not explicitly say what…

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  • NIGHT

What is the purpose of the foreword by Francis Mauriac?

Mauriac introduces Night and its narrator Elie Wiesel, who was a journalist at the time of their meeting. Mauriac draws the reader to the strengths of Night as a sequence of events that occurred to…

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  • TO DA-DUH IN MEMORIAM

Explain the conflict between the narrator and her grandmother in “To Da-duh in Memoriam.”

The main conflict between Da-duh and her granddaughter is generational. Da-duh represents tradition and life as it used to be in Barbados. The granddaughter, however, lives in the modern city of…

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  • MCTEAGUE

How could Frank Norris’ McTeague be analyzed?

Frank Norris’ McTeague was published in 1899 and focuses on McTeague, a not-so-intelligent dentist, and Trina Sieppe, a young woman he becomes infatuated with, steals away from her boyfriend, and…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

In Of Mice and Men, what character traits does Curley’s wife possess besides loneliness?

Curley’s wife, because she is the spouse of the son of the ranch owner, tries to lord it over the ranch hands, revealing her arrogance and a lack of sensitivity for their feelings. And although…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What effect is Shakespeare creating for the reader with these contrasting images in ACT III scene…

In Act III, scene 2 of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet hears that Romeo has killed Tybalt and that Romeo is therefore banished from Verona. She uses a series of contrasts to explain that her feelings are…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is the beef ban in india, and why is it significant?

Just last year the Indian state of Maharashtra banned the production and sale of all cow meat, and made killing a cow punishable by up to 5 years in prison.Why would they do such a thing? Well,…

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  • LETTER FROM BIRMINGHAM CITY JAIL

In ” Letter from Birmingham Jail”, what criticisms did King respond to?

Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote his letter from the Birmingham jail cell in response to criticisms made by a group clergymen who claimed that, while they agreed with King’s ultimate aims in trying…

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  • THE LOTTERY

How to make a graphic organizer for the short story “The Lottery?”

Graphic organizers are visual maps of information where students enter facts that are meant to be organized and categorized. The idea is to be able to analyze the information contained in the…

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  • THE MINISTER’S BLACK VEIL

How does his congregation regard Mr. Hooper before he began wearing the veil? How does the veil…

Before he began to wear the black veil, Mr. Hooper’s congregation regarded him as “a good preacher, but not an energetic one: he strove to win his people heavenward by mild, persuasive influences,…

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  • HEALTH

If there were no chronic toxicities directly related to the use of opioids, would opioid…

When we talk about chronic toxicity, we mean all the adverse effects that incur from taking a drug or substance over a long period of time. In the case of opioid dependence, these effects include…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

Explain Mary Shelly’s purpose in beginning Frankenstein with a letter. Why do you think she uses…

Mary Shelly had varied reasons to include letters at the beginning of Frankenstein. The author brought Walton into focus in order to provide an appropriate ending for the story. Walton as a…

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  • HISTORY

In the scandal of the missing food with Vladimir Putin, what crime was committed?

This is Russia we are talking about, so it is hard to say what happened with the “missing food” or if a crime was committed at all. Russia is traditionally known as a closed government that is…

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  • HISTORY

why would Bismarck think that blood and iron are the only options for making Germany successful?

Otto Von Bismarck was famous for his realpolitik approach to government. This approach to government supposed that practical concerns should supersede moral considerations. Thus Bismarck believed…

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  • TANGERINE

Why is the emergency relocation plan a miracle for Paul?

The relocation plan was a godsend for Paul because it allows him to play soccer again. Paul, a middle schooler, is a new student at a school in Florida and initially is not permitted to play…

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  • LITERATURE

What are some examples of death imagery in “The Scarlet Ibis”?

There are several examples of death imagery in James Hurst’s short story “The Scarlet Ibis” about two brothers growing up in North Carolina in the first part of the 20th century. The very first…

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  • MISS BRILL

What details in the story suggest that Miss Brill might be having some health problems and might…

Our first clue that Miss Brill might be having some health problems is the fact that, as she walked her to park, “She felt a tingling in her hands and arms […].” This isn’t a particularly normal…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, why do so many of the accusers lie about the existence of witchcraft?

There are a number of reasons why characters lie about witchcraft and implicate others as witches. These include fear, guilt, revenge, greed for property and paranoia. Tituba, Reverend Parris’…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Why does everyone lie about the witchcraft in The Crucible?

While the contemporary consensus on the Salem witch trials is that the witchcraft was imagined, there is evidence to suggest that many of the Salem citizens believed in the witchcraft at the time….

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Why does Sarah Good lie about practicing witchcraft in The Crucible?

Readers learn that Sarah Good has confessed to practicing witchcraft and being in league with the Devil when Mary Warren returns home from the courts on the first day of the trials, and she is…

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  • TUCK EVERLASTING

Describe the Fosters’ house and yard in Tuck Everlasting. How does it reflect the Fosters’…

I’ve always thought to myself that there is a difference between the words “house” and “home.” I understand that both locations have bedrooms, bathrooms, and a kitchen. I understand that people…

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  • THE FAULT IN OUR STARS

What is the mood in John Green’s The Fault in our Stars?

On the top of the cover of the book, in blue hand-written looking text, there is a quote by Jodi Picoult that actually describes the mood perfectly: “Electric. . . Filled with staccato bursts of…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

According to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet their love was both fate and free will, but can… 1 image

It is very difficult to argue that Romeo and Juliet’s love was purely based on free will because the Prologue clearly states that their doom is written in the stars. But that doesn’t hold the…

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  • JANE EYRE

In Jane Eyre, what does Jane like about the bird book? Does this tell us something about her…

In Chapter One of Jane Eyre, we find Jane reading Bewick’s History of British Birds. On one level, Jane likes this book because of its “certain introductory pages” which she cannot “pass a blank.”…

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  • HISTORY

Why did the South secede after the attack at Fort Sumter?

The South seceded from the Union in two waves. The first group of southern states seceded after Abraham Lincoln was elected President. Seven states seceded at this time. They were concerned that…

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  • HE-Y, COME ON OU-T

In the story “He-y, Come on Ou-t,” what does a concessionaire offer to do with the hole?

“He-y, Come On Ou-t” by Shinichi Hoshi, a Japenese novelist who died in 1997, is a study in the short-sightedness of humanity. Imagine, if you will, that a seemingly bottomless pit appears in place…

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  • SCIENCE

Can we separate tartaric acid from water? I need some different methods! Could reverse osmosis be…

Tartaric acid is a small molecule that is very soluble in water. If you have a simple mixture of tartaric acid in water then the simplest method is to simply evaporate the water by boiling it…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Does Rainsford’s perspective on hunting shift throughout the story, “The Most Dangerous Game”?…

Rainsford’s perspective on hunting does shift when he becomes the hunted instead of the hunter. At the beginning of the story, Rainsford is on a boat headed for Rio and a hunting trip up the…

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  • BEOWULF

What do lines 81-85 of Beowulf and the beginning stanza of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight have…

Lines 81-85 of Beowulf finalize the initial description of Heorot and allude to the future destruction of the estate in a fiery inferno. Likewise, the first stanza of Sir Gawain and the Green…

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  • BEOWULF

After reading and analyzing lines 81-85 in Beowulf and the opening stanza in Sir Gawain and the…

Lines 81-85 of Beowulf describe how Hrothgar’s hall, Heorot, is prosperous and pleasant for the time being, but a darker future is foreshadowed; a time when the hall will burn, and family feuds…

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  • JUST LATHER, THAT’S ALL

What had Torres previously ordered (before coming to the barber’s shop)? Why did he want the town…

According to the story, Captain Torres had ordered the execution and the hanging of four rebels at the local school prior to coming to the barbershop. On that particular day, he had made the whole…

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  • ARABY

What are the literary forms in Araby by James Joyce?

Understanding the forms of a work of literature helps a reader to grasp the message that the writer intends to impart. There are recognizable forms, essentially prose, poetry and plays made for the…

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  • THE LOVELY BONES

How does the setting support the theme of grief in the novel The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold?

First, you should define “setting,” which refers to the time and place of a narrative. The Lovely Bones focuses on Susie’s murder, which occurs on December 6, 1973, and its aftermath. Next,…

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  • SCIENCE

What would be some disadvantages to “designer babies?”

Designer babies are babies specifically ‘designed’ by using genetic engineering to contain some specific traits. These traits could pertain to intelligence, hair color, eye color, health, etc. This…

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  • THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER

The devil explains that he cuts the trees down for firewood. What does that symbolize or represent?

In the story, the trees that the Devil cuts down for firewood represent the souls of men. We know this because the text describes trees inscribed with the names of great men on their trunks. The…

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  • THE LEAP

How did the narrator’s parents meet, and what trade did they offer to each other?

The narrator’s parents meet after the mother is taken to a hospital for her broken arm and burns sustained from her leap to save herself. There a consulting specialist and she fall in love, and to…

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  • HISTORY

What regions in United States contained abundant natural resources?

The United States has been blessed with many natural resources. These resources can be found in different parts of the country. One resource the United States has is coal. Coal can be found in the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How does the sociological perspective relate to social work?

The sociological perspective is the way a sociologist views, classifies, studies, and theorizes on social groups and social interactions. The sociological perspective is an academic perspective…

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  • DAS KAPITAL

What are some ways in which capitalism inflicts corporeal pain onto bodies?

Capitalism inflicts corporeal pain on the body in several ways. Foremost, its logic demands maximizing profit to the greatest degree. This means, in a variety of forms, subjecting and subordinating…

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  • LYDDIE

What about the boarding house rules makes it hard for Lyddie to have Rachel with her?

Children are not allowed at the worker’s boarding house and Rachel is too young to work. Lyddie’s uncle shows up one day with her little sister and drops her off. Lyddie was not expecting her,…

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