Why is "love" a characteristc that is important in the field of social work?

Why is "love" a characteristc that is important in the field of social work?

  • SCIENCE

Are cell phones more useful for humans or more harmful?I can’t get enough points for its harmul…

I think the radiation theory for harm from cell phones has been pretty well killed. The same people worrying about radiation from cell phones are the ones who will not eat food that has been…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why is “love” a characteristc that is important in the field of social work?

we love because that is the way god made us and if we didnt love then the population wouldnt be as big as it it. because when u love some1 u wont to show them that u love them so by showing them…

  • BECAUSE OF WINN-DIXIE

Gloria can’t see well with her eyes what does she use to see people with instead in Because of…

I would say that Gloria Dump uses her heart, instead of her eyes, to see other people. In other words, she understands them because she has had so much life experience. One of the clearest…

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

What are some characteristics of Sodapop? Ex: CaringPlease list supporting details and page…

Sodapop is a fun, caring guy who likes to make others happy. He can always make others smile, and he is always ready to perform for an audience. The one thing he cannot stand is being made to take…

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  • MATH

Write a conditional statement for: Eighteen-year-olds are eligible to vote.

The conditional statement is of the following form If P , then q. the truth table of which is as below: P q p–>q T T T T F F F T T F F T…

  • ARTS

How to improve my art(drawing)??please i asked my question in the ARTS group because i found…

Have you even heard the term “practice makes perfect”? It’s true for art as well! I suggest you head to the library or bookstore and look in the art section. They have many good books for…

  • MOCKINGJAY

What is the setting of “Mockingjay” by Suzanne Collins?

The setting in Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins on a broad scale is Panem, a futuristic country centered across the long-ruined remains of the United States. Panem is comprised of twelve districts…

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  • A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

Blanche is called “mad” and is institutionalized in Streetcar. Elaborate on the issue of madness…

Like everything with Foucault, there are many different approaches in answering this question. The first would be the notion of division and exclusion in society. Blanche is declared “mad,” in…

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  • MATH

5x-3>17,then x >4

We have the inequation 5x – 3 >17 Now add 3 to both sides => 5x – 3 + 3 > 17 +3 => 5x > 20 divide by 5 , in an inequation if both sides are multiplied or divided by a positive number…

  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

How does the setting of “The Most Dangerous Game” influence the conflict between Rainsford and…

“The Most Dangerous Game” is a short story which relies heavily on setting to demonstrate both the theme and the conflict. The classic struggle between men, fighting for one’s life, is an…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the most important function that a family fulfills?

Families fulfill a wide range of functions. I would say that the most important of these functions is the function of socialization. This means that the family is the main mechanism for passing…

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  • COLONIALISM

How was ethnicity of Hutu and Tutsi socially constructed by the Belgians?

In 1916 Belgians took control over the area as a colony. Prior to this the Hutu and Tutsi were were both living in two kingdoms in the region, Ruanda and Urundi, with both being ruled by the same…

  • 1984

Through winston, why does he think dating is suicidal?

He believes having the affair with the girl is suicidal. Hope this helped

  • MACBETH

Choose a scene in Macbeth where conflict occurs, what are the underlying causes of the conflict…

Well, what did you answer? I think there are so many conflicts in this play, that you most likely did a lot better than you think. One major conflict I would have answered, perhaps, occurs when…

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  • HISTORY

How did the Final Solution evolve??

In general, the Final Solution evolved from an unorganized, generally anti-Semitic set of tendencies to a very organized program of genocide. At first, there was no real thought put towards…

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  • MATH

How do we find the integral of (cos x)^n sin x for n not equal to -1 ?

We need to find Int [ (cos x)^n sin x dx] First let us put u = cos x , we get du/dx = -sin x or du = -sin x dx Now in Int [(cos x)^n sin x dx] replace cos x = u and sin x dx = – du => – Int […

  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, in chapters 34-39, what is Twain’s purpose in including…

This is clearly on the one hand an immensely amusing part of the novel, as Huck is reunited with Tom, and immediately takes on the role of sidekick to him. Huck devises a simple plan to free Jim,…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What national security policies seems to be most necessary for our president to respond at the…

It still seems to me that the most pressing problem facing the US (in terms of national security) is the potential for terrorist attacks. I do not foresee any actual nation attacking the homeland…

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  • MATH

What is the value for lim x–>2 [ (x^3 -8) / (x^2 -4)]

We see that if x is replced by 2 in (x^3 -8) / (x^2 -4) we get 0/0 which cannot be determined. Instead we first factorize the numerator and denominator and cancel the common terms, this gives […

  • THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, what is going to happen to the people who signed the testament stating a good…

Remember that this scene is a key one as John Proctor, Francis Nurse and Giles Corey go to the court to try and argue against the madness that is sweeping through Salem. One of the many bits of…

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  • THE BIRDS

If there were three things to pick that would convince you that Nat’s family would survive in…

Unfortunately I do not share your optimism. I think that the ending of this excellent story actually clearly indicates that the birds will triumph in the end. However, if I were of a more…

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  • MATH

Universal set={quadrilaterals}, A={rectangles}, B={parallelograms} & C={squares}. Explain…

C is the set of all squares. Any member of C belongs to the set of rectangles, as all squares are rectangles with equal sides. So C is a proper subset of A Any rectangle is also a member of the…

  • SCIENCE

What is the isotope fraction of lead?

I think you mean the isotope fraction of lead, that is why the question has been edited. Lead has 4 isotopes that are considered stable: Pb 204, Pb 206 , Pb 207 and Pb 208. Out of these four Pb 204…

  • MATH

Universal set={all triangles}, A={isosceles triangles}, B={equilateral triangles} &…

The Venn diagram can be expressed as three circles each of which represents one of the kinds of triangles. Now the universal set of all the triangles is a rectangle in which the circles lie. As all…

  • THE BLUEST EYE

How do you account for Pecola’s low self-esteem and her quest for blue eyes in The Bluest Eye?

Pecola’s family never gives her the love and support a child needs. Her mother is abusive and negligent, concerned only with her own lack of self-esteem. Pecola’s father rapes her, thinking she is…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Which of the following characteristics do you think are important to the field of social…

“Social work” covers a broad spectrum of career choices, it seems to me–and all of them are difficult in a lot of ways. There isn’t much money in this kind of work, from what I understand, so…

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  • JULIO CORTÁZAR

What are the themes of “Simulacra” by Julio Cortázar? “Simulacra” is for sure my best story of…

In some ways I guess you could say that this story shares many themes with a lot of the work of Julio Cortazar: it comments on life and urges us to make the most of it, and helps us to recognise…

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  • TEACHERS

What is it like to be a teacher?This discussion is especially out to teachers. Just doing a…

Interesting assignment…. 1. My experiences with educators influenced my decision, as well as my love of literature. There are few professions that will pay me to read and write what I love. This…

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  • MATH

Two sets, P & Q, satisfy the following conditions P={(x,y):y=2x+5}, Q={(x,y):y=mx+c} & P…

If P ∩ Q= Empty set, the sets don’ have any elements in common. That means that the system formed from the equations: y=2x+5 and y = mx + c doesn’t have any solution. The geometric explanation is…

  • MATH

Integrate y = tan x?

We’ll use substitution method to calculate the indefinite integral of tan x. We’ll write the function tan x = sin x / cos x. Int tan xdx = Int (sin x/cos x)*dx We’ll note cos x = t We’ll…

  • BUSINESS

How the marketing of industrial goods goods differs to that of marketing consumer goods?

Industrial goods are differentiated from the the consumer goods on the basis of the purpose for which the goods are used and the nature of the customer. The industrial goods are the purchased by…

  • MATH

Evaluate the indefinite integral of f(x) = (sin x + cos x)/(sin x – cos x).

We’ll determine the indefinite integral by changing the variable. We’ll note the denominator sin x – cos x = t(x) We’ll differentiate the denominator: (sin x – cos x)’ = [cos x – (-sin x)]dx (cos x…

  • SCIENCE

How do I identify ethical or moral issues linked to scientific or technological developments in…

The two issues are different in my mind, given that the genetically modified organisms run into ethical issues as well as scientific ones whereas technological innovations generally only find small…

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  • MATH

Can someone explain what 7–4 is? * i have checked a calculator it says 11 but i cant make…

What you have to remember to do this particular equation is that subtracting a negative is the same thing as adding. If you think about it, if you are subtracting something that is negative, you…

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  • POETRY

In the poem”Falling Song,” how do the images connect to the theme of the poem? The poem is…

In the poem “Falling Song” by Daniel David Morris, the speaker is yearning to feel connected to nature but is trapped in the confines of the city. This is the primary theme of the piece. The…

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  • POETRY

Please discuss the poem “Anger Lay by Me” by Elizabeth Daryush.

The speaker in Elizabeth Daryush’s poem “Anger Lay by Me” is a trapped woman. She is trapped by her “lord,” but also by society’s expectations of her. It seems that she has been writing and that…

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  • POETRY

What is the metaphor in the poem”The Night of the Scorpion” by Nissim Ezekiel?detailed description.

In Ezekiel’s poem, the scorpion serves as a metaphor for an overbearing fear. The scorpion in the poem does what scorpions do. He stings the mother because she got too close to him. However, the…

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  • MACBETH

I need a thesis statement as to why Macbeth had caused his own downfall in Macbeth.

To develop a thesis statement, first you have to understand what brought about Macbeth’s downfall. In Act 1, sc. 7, Macbeth says, in his soliloquy, “I have no spur / To prick the sides of my…

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  • HISTORY

What do you think the benefits of the decision are for the Texas vs. Johnson case?Supreme Court Case

In my opinion, the major benefit of this case is that freedom of speech has been advanced. Other than that, I cannot really think that there are any real benefits. (Of course, protecting a major…

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  • SCIENCE

why has fluorine the highest electronegativity in the modern periodic table?

Electronegativity is a measure of how strongly the nucleus of a given element attracts electrons toward itself. On the periodic table there are two trends: as you go from left to right in a given…

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  • MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN

Comment on the narrative technique of Midnight’s Children.

The narrative technique of the story is in first person. It is told from Saleem’s point of view and we understand the history of Indian independence, Partition, and all that follows through his…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Define bureaucracy and explain in three principles that define a bureaucracy? Does the merit…

The bureaucracy is a large group of people whose role is to ensure that laws are executed; it creates rules to enable this; and in adjudication. The President’s role is to take care that laws are…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

Summarize what happened in the Texas vs. Johnson supreme court case.Supreme Court Case

The case of Texas v. Johnson was decided in 1989 and is a very famous and controversial case. In this case, the Supreme Court held that laws against the burning of the United States flag are…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What new technologies would the defense use today to prove Tom Robinson’s innocence in the crime…

The most likely technology that could be used to prove Tom Robinson’s innocence today would be DNA testing. There are at least a couple of ways that DNA could have helped him. However, it is not…

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  • HISTORY

Describe how the outcome of the Texas vs. Johnson case affected American society.Supreme Court Case

Although this 1989 decision by the Supreme Court was in reference to buring the American flag (which, before the case, was severely limited in 48 states), it set important precedence as a decision…

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  • HISTORY

Explain why the Texas vs. Johnson case was important at the time.Supreme Court Cases

In my opinion, this case was important at the time it was decided (1989) because it helped to get what we now call the “culture wars” started. When I use the term “culture wars” I am referring to…

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  • SCIENCE

Does anyone know of a site that I can go to for physics help? I am having some troube with using…

If you could describe which formulas, and why they are troublesome, I could give a better answer. Otherwise I suggest two resources: Wikipedia — some people question its reliability but I’ve…

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  • MATH

How do you know if a value is a solution for an inequality? how is this different from…

To know whether a particular value is a solution: When both sides of an equation are algebraic expresions we put the solution value of the variable in place of the variable in the expressions. We…

  • MATH

F(x) = aln(x+1) + bln(x^2+1) + carctgx f(x) = 2x/(x+1)(x^2+1) Find a, b, c so f to be first…

F(x) aln(x+1)+bln(x^2+1)+c*arc tgx f(x) =2x/(x+1)(x^2+1) To find a,b andc. Solution: 2x/(1+x)(x^2+1) = A/(x+1) +B(x+1)(x^2+1) 2x/(x+1) = -1/(x+1)+(x+1)/(x^2+1) 2x/(x+1) = -1/(x+1) + (1/2)*…

  • THINGS FALL APART

I need to compare and contrast Unoka, Okonkwo and Nwoye as far as the idea of PROGRESS is…

I feel like the idea of progress in this novel is a philosophical concern that would depend on your interpretation of the novel’s theme. In my view, whatever progress there is for any of these…

 


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