wicked urban problems in the news

Name Professor Institution Course Date Traffic congestion The world today is characterized by the high growth of urban areas which develop to form cities and towns. These places attract huge populations who migrate to them for different purposes. In most of the urban areas, however, there exist many social problems that affect many activities in the urban areas. There have been many reports on some social issues that affect the society around the urban areas which indeed need to be addressed. Some of these urban problems are also wicked as they are composed of unbelievable acts which are also controversial as they could lead to more negative impacts on the society. Some of these urban...

The Role Attributions of Motives Play in the Attribution of Deviance

Student’s Name Course Tutor’s Name Date The Role Attributions of Motives Play in the Attribution of Deviance Introduction Social psychology is concerned about the relationships between individuals and the environment living in a social setting. This will discuss the social psychological processes such as stereotyping, schemata, attribution, and deviance in detail guided by the given meeting between a college student and her adviser Attributions refer conclusions which people make on the causes of events and behavior. Dispositional attribution means people inferring to an event or a person’s behavior is because of personal characteristics like abilities, feelings or traits....

AMDM DB2

AMDM-DB2 Most passengers boarding an airplane are apprehensive regarding the possibility of an air crash. Hence, different airliners and policy makers of aviation safety always try to reduce such apprehensions across the prospective fliers. One such measure is to increase the awareness of such stakeholders on aviation safety by highlighting the probability or possibility of dying due to an airplane crash. An article published in the Elite Daily by Haltiwanger (2015) highlighted that the probability of dying in an airplane crash is one out of every 5.4 million passengers. The author considered the past incidences of air crashes within a specific timeframe and divided the same by the number of...

AMDM-DB3

DB#3 Conduct an experiment and record the data Table SEQ Table * ARABIC 1. Frequency table for data distribution Distance in meters that tennis ball is thrown by kindergarten pupils (m) Number of pupils (frequency) 1 2 2 4 3 7 4 5 5 7 6 3 7 15 8 13 9 10 10 6 Create a histogram Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 1. Histogram of distance in meters that a tennis ball is thrown by kindergarten pupils against the number of pupils that throw the distanceWhat is the shape of the histogram The histogram shape is random with no apparent pattern having many peaks. How would you expect the data distribution to look? I would expect the data distribution to be random with no distinct pattern and...

Automotive Electrical / Electronic and Emissions Systems

Rationale for Automotive Electronic Emission Systems Curriculum Name Institution Rationale for Automotive Electronic Emission Systems Curriculum Introduction The symbiotic relationship in the different technologies used in the automotive industry call for cooperation from the relevant stakeholders. There is a sincere desire for the marriage of the computer technology with other section of the automotive industry such as gasoline fuel ignition and the emission control diagnosis repair for us to yield products which meet the formidable demands of the industry. Therefore, it is the purpose of this paper to present a rationale for developing automotive electrical or emission training program. This...

The Change of Family Setup in American Society

Change in Family and Marriage in the American Society Student’s Name Institution Affiliation Introduction The term norm refers to a sort of paradigm and theories that act as a guide in the way individuals behave in a given societal setup (Ferris, & Stein, 2016). As per the social sciences, the norms tend to define particular cultural group therein. In this case, it is vital for the respective communities to uphold the norms to maintain cohesion and progressive development o the entire society. However, some circumstance may lead to the revolution of the underlined norms in the community. Nevertheless, the resulting changes may bring a positive impact on the well-being of the entire...

Faking It

FAKING IT By (Name) Class: Professor: Institute: City and State: Date: Lisa Gray is a Castleford born chemist who is chosen to star in a reality show called ‘Faking It’. Hailing from an average-life background, the show requires her to undergo a complete makeover that will revolutionize her personality from its core, on areas such as speech, and transform her into a ‘Lady of London.’ Assisted by three professionals who have studied basic aspects of the elite culture, Lisa’s ultimate task is to attend a dinner party and fit into a group of about nine strangers, all of whom come from a noble background and fit in as one of them. In her quest to rise up to the task ahead, Lisa...

movie comparison of Safe by Todd Haynes

Movie Comparison of Safe by Todd Haynes Name Institution Movie Comparison of Safe by Todd Haynes “Safe” is a fascinating film about Carol who is allergic to the surrounding. Carol stays in a luxurious and affluent home in Southern California. The only duty that she has is to maintain her appearance and improve her health. For instance, she takes clean water, goes to the gym, and attends high-end luncheons. However, Greg, her husband, is often distant as he sees her seldom. As the movie continues, Carol collapses, and the psychiatrist indicates that the problem emanates from her. The psychiatrist fails to be of help to Carol as she becomes frightened and weaker. She feels that the world...

Anthropology and the cognitive science of religion

Anthropology and the cognitive science of religion The study of cognitive science in religion studies the concepts of religion from the cognitive and evolutionary perspectives. Such a study employs methods and theories from a broadened range of fields that includes psychology, evolution as well as cognitive anthropology. The term cognition creates an emphasis on the unconscious, and habitual reflection of cognitive patterns and these contribute to the formulation of religious beliefs. Cognition is also a strategic response to the historical complexities found within religion. The use of models, as well as findings from the outside of a currently accepted notion of the contents of anthropology, have...

Aiden Carter Reverse Timeline

Aiden Carter Reverse Timeline Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Aiden Carter Reverse Timeline Childhood Age Throughout his childhood, Aiden suffered emotional abuse perpetrated by his parents. One such particular event occurred when he was only nine-years-old. As he was playing with his plastic army soldier dolls, his father accidentally knocked one over and almost tripped on it. His father yelled at him for apparently failing to take care of his puppets. He smashed some of the toys and tossed him into the wall. When Aiden began to weep, he grabbed and dragged him to the corner of his bedroom. He called him a loser, a statement that contributed significantly to the psychological...