This supplement is a record of my actions in this case. On September 3, 2015, I was assigned this case to follow up. This case involves Ms Miranda Maria Celia a seventeen year old runaway female. I contacted Maria Miranda (parent) who reported that they moved to Baltimore, but that her daughter was back. Ms. Miranda agreed to call me back on Spetember 4, 2015, while she obtains a permanent address. I received no futher calls back.
Barbecue. NASCAR. Pig statues. These are the first things that come to mind whenever someone asks me about my hometown in Lexington, NC. Attending university in Chapel Hill gave me a glimpse of the distinctions areas can have from their surroundings. This paper will discuss my hometown from a demographic perspective. I will briefly explain the various data I utilized followed by several analyses of sample components of my hometown that demography examines. These components include projections thirty years from now in addition to the socioeconomic and demographic changes from 1990 to the present. In addition to interpreting these values, I will also explain how these variables influenced myself and my family living in this area.
a. Nominal b. Ordinal c. Interval/ratio d. Experimental 2. What was the mean posttest empowerment score for the control group? - 97.12 3. Compare the mean baseline and posttest depression scores of the experimental group. Was this an expected Finding? Provide a rationale for your answer. The Experimental group’s mean depression baseline score(mean-14.00) was 0.64 points higher than its posttest mean score ( mean-13.36) because on the average the experimental group subjects scored higher on the baseline than after the end of the empowerment program. This was
S: YMR stated that she had been living with her mother about one year, has is a newcomer. YMR lived with her maternal grandmother for many years back in her country. YMR stated that when she arrived to the U.S., she found out that her mother was pregnant, She shared that her mother did not want to tell her because she did not know how the client was going to react. YMR stated that she was happy because her mother had had four miscarries before. YMR explained that almost at the same time that she started living with her mother, the mother's partner and father of the child that her mother was going to have moved into her home. YMR stated that her mom used to work from 6am-12pm and the YMR spent a lot of time with her mother's partner. YMR stated that this man has
What type of research did you use to determine what evidence-based outcome measure to select? In an effort to better serve clients in the counseling field, accountability in the form of evidence-based outcome measures has become an important component within the profession. Erford (2014) states that counselors must offer research based
Name: Suma Pole Class: 362V (Work book Exercises 11 and 16) 06/12/15 Exercise 11: Using Statistics to Describe a Study sample. 1. What demographic variables were measured at the interval level of measurements? Age, Income, Length of labor, Return to work and number of hours working per week. 2. What statistics were used to describe
did long term assessment of the SOTMP program for a period of about eight years, and also
Outcome Evaluation Strengths Outcome evaluations can show if clients are not benefiting as a result of a program to the extent desired.
Far Right: Background and Position - Currently the United States of America and the State of Ohio have no laws regarding which types of person can use which types of restrooms. While there are no laws restricting transgender people, there are also no laws protecting them from violence surrounding this issue, unlike all other groups of people. Nearly all Transgender individuals are law-abiding citizens. They have done nothing wrong to have such a necessary freedom stolen from them. Transgender people need consistent and reliable access to safe restrooms just like any other law-abiding citizens.
Challenges in Population Definitions The first step in any research is to accurately define the population of interest. Intellectual Disability (ID) has been called by many different terms: mental retardation, learning disability, mental handicap, and developmentally delayed. Generally, these terms are accepted as interchangeable (Schalock, Luckasson & Shogren, 2007). However, over
According to the US Census Bureau, as of July 1, 2015 the estimated population of the United States was 321.4 million. Of this number, the percentage of people who identified as Black or African American alone was 13.2 percent. There were no estimates for people who identified as Black or African American in combination with one or more additional races. (Population). According to the 2010 U.S. Census, on April 1, 2010 the U.S. population was 308.7 million and out of that number, 13 percent or 38.9 million people identified as Black or African American alone and one percent or 3.1 million people identified as Black or African American in combination with one or more additional races. These two groups combined total 42.0 million, or 14 percent
1. I started off by gathering research for the demographic factors that would be easy to find for both cities by looking at the US Census database as well as the American Community Survey database. I was able to get through this process fairly quickly because the US Census publishes ‘quick facts’ about each city and I was able to do a side by side comparison between San Jose, CA and St. Louis, MO. After filling out the main demographics, it was time to fill the table with health prevalence rates, number of uninsured people, food insecurity and etc. I was able to find a lot of the health rankings through BRFSS. CDC and County Health Rankings (refer to table for specific information). I used County Health Rankings in the case where I wasn’t able
Research Simulation: Census Data Austyn Van Wagner College Sociology Lakeside High School August 28, 2015 Reflection Research Simulation: Census Data Part I: According to a 2013 census of Hot Springs, Arkansas, the demographics compared to San Diego City, California varied substantially. In education, 84.1% of people were a high school graduate or higher, while in San
The Beck Depression Inventory: This instrument was developed by Aaron T. Beck who is a pioneer cognitive therapist. This instrument is commonly called the BDI and was developed in 1961. It was adapted in 1969 and a copyright was obtained in 1979. In developing the instrument Beck used a series of questions which enabled him to adequately measure the strength severity and complexity of depression. There are two versions of BDI, a long version which has 21 questions mostly used to measure specific symptom common with all patient suffering from depression. The shorter version which is composed of seven questions is meant to be used in a primary healthcare setting, with main purpose to evaluate, and monitor changes in of depression.
We have taken data from United States Department of Agriculture for various parameters such as population from US Census Bureau, Unemployment from Bureau of Labor Statistics. Labor market conditions substantially impact both the individual and community well- being. Higher Degree People are directly related to labor market outcome, as those who are highly literate are getting handsome money and less likely to be unemployed. We organized the data to understand the status of Employment, Net migrants, population of United States from year 2013 to 2016. This overall advocate the share of market with the income and education.