Interview Profile To explain the application of psychology in everyday life, for this final, I chose to do my interview profile with my friend XXXX XXXXXXXXXXX. Jennifer is within in my age group and is a willing participant as per her email sent to course instructor XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX on July 6, 2010. Jennifer is a married, mother of one who, for as long as I have known her, taken enjoyment in practically everything in life. She understands many of the concept and theories learned in this course. As a result, a very in-depth conversation regarding psychology, behavior and motivation was initiated.
The author gives importance to how Katy Gerke had read all 1,200 pages of the Lord of the Rings trilogy to her three young sons. She says this ‘caught (her) heart and placed it firmly in (her) throat.’ From this, I can tell that the author admired Katy Gerke. The tone of the entire blog post is very casual; just how blog posts usually are. The author has writes using words that we all use almost everyday. She repeatedly uses words such as amazing, best, love and Facebook.
Cultural Interview Karen J. Hughes SOC 325 Excelsior College Abstract The following interview for project one will examine a family from a culture other than mine. Family roles, customs, and any changes among generations will be discussed. The subject’s sex, current age, and nationality and immigration status will be noted. Subjects like gender roles, strength of family ties, cultural and marital traditions, will be explored. The essay will be completed with a brief description of my cultural background and some differences will be contrasted.
Personal Interest Project Process. * Outline the steps to be followed in undertaking any social and cultural research. Social and cultural research includes the understanding of society and culture. It generally involves selecting a specific topic, deciding on appropriate methodologies, collecting data, interpreting your results and to effectively present your findings. The personal Interest Project is a prime example that helps you undertake social and cultural research.
Brenda Reis Professor Record Composition II 27 February 2014 The Fifty Shades of a Cultural Phenomenon E.L. James is a former TV executive, wife and mother of two based in the suburbs of West London. Since January 2012, her life has taken an extraordinary turn with the runaway success of the Fifty Shades trilogy, sending this erotica author E.L. James straight to the top of the highest-earning authors list. The Fifty Shades of Grey author earned $95 million in the past year (Forbes Magazine). It all started when James went to see the movie Twilight. She enjoyed the movie and soon read all the books and felt in love.
The Amish community are less like likely to use preventive treatments or annual checkups. The Amish are more likely to seek help from a doctor who they feel they can trust or one that understands the Amish community. A lot of modern communities around Amish communities have made Amish plain clinics to make the Amish feel more welcomed (Do Amish Vist Doctors?, 2010). The Amish communities the men folk are seen as the head of the house hold. This means that when their wives go into labor that, the wives will look to their husband for permission for pain management meds.
In some cases however, if the expectant mother is very sick during the pregnancy, it is understandable to be paid during her pregnancy so she can pay for the medication to help with morning sickness. If the governement paid expectant mothers while they are pregnant, then some woman may continue to get pregnant then abandon their baby's so they can continue to get money. If the expectant mothers are working, and are receiving pay from their work, and living off that pay, they do not need the extra money from the government just because they are pregnant. There are other people in this world who are in need of that money instead. It would not be right if expectant mothers were to get money added to their work pay.
In this paper we will examine how each theory views personality development, characteristics, and traits. We will look at how each theorist views interpersonal relationships as well as how these theories can and are used in clinical or workplace settings today. Personality Analysis: Allport and Maslow There are many theories associate with the development of personality such as Humanistic, Existential and Individual theories. Each theory attempts to address the components of what makes an individual’s personality the way it is and attempts to use this theory to understand or better predict behavior. In this paper we will examine the ideas of personality development through the views of Abraham Maslow and Gordon Allport.
To me this is inclusive practice and helps to stop discriminatory practice and respects the preferences of the resident. I find it frustrating when other carers decide for the resident to save time but to remain professional I would not talk to them about it in front of a resident and would stay calm when discussing the issue. I have been bought up in an environment where you always show respect even if you disagree with a person. I play a big part in the induction training of new carers. When carrying out this training I am careful not to push my own beliefs and attitudes onto the new carers and use the policies and procedures to explain the standards expected.
While conducting the interview with Mr. Memo I had the pleasure of finding out more about his family heritage, customs and their culture. According to the Webster Dictionary, the world culture means “the customary beliefs, social forms, and material traits of a racial, religious, or social group”. Every society in the world has its own culture that follows its