“…I want to say this about the private sector. In my mind, the government is incapable of responding to its maximum ability without private sector support…” (Hon. Tom Ridge, Department of Homeland Security. This statement provides a basis for this paper. This information is interpreted to illustrate that the government needs high-valued partnerships to be… Continue reading Homeland Security Partnership Engagement.
Hosing instability and home evictions reveal a host of social problems in the American society today. Crime and health are some of these problems. These challenges have also inspired various housing policies that have sought to reduce the burden for at-risk families and to establish conditions that shield families from having to feel the cruelty… Continue reading Hosing instability and home evictions.
Home Eviction and Housing Instability Home eviction and housing instability are some of the direst challenges Americans are facing today. Contextually, about four evictions are filed per minute in the United States. It then means that close to 2.3 million families in the country face the risk of losing their homes. Even with these facts,… Continue reading Home Eviction and Housing Instability.
In 1541 a significant rebellion known as the Mixaton war occurred. It consisted of various indigenous tribes who threatened to reacquire New Spain, which Spain had conquered (Ricard 3). When The Spanish constructed schools for the indigenous community to send their children, families would instead send their servants since they considered the invaders too foolish… Continue reading In 1541 a significant rebellion known as the Mixaton.
“Prison Mike” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7RoP1LKMeM&t=1s In this clip, I have identified hasty generalizations and red herring as logical fallacies. In terms of hasty generalizations, the proposing character portrays several stereotypes about prison. He goes as far as mentioning fictional animals that haunt inmates in prison. In terms of red herring, he quickly disputes and counters saying that… Continue reading https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7RoP1LKMeM&t=1s.
Identifying Logical Fallacies Exercise “She’s a Witch!” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrzMhU_4m-g&t=4s In this clip, I identify hasty generalizations, bandwagon appeals, and red herring as logical fallacies. In terms of hasty generalizations, the crowd assumes the accused is a witch basing their logic on her hat and fake long nose. In terms of bandwagon appeals, the crowd follows… Continue reading https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrzMhU_4m-g&t=4s.
A non-directional hypothesis states that a clear relationship between variables exists. The Independent variable has a positive or negative effect on the dependent variable. For example, when writing a hypothesis, the researcher may state that public schools perform differently from privately owned schools (M.s.khan2009). This hypothesis doesn’t state whether public schools perform better or poorly.… Continue reading A non-directional hypothesis.
An ideology is a set of ideas that explain how government and society should work together and what attributes the general public should value. Human instinct is seen through the lens of belief systems. They decide what people look like at the end of the day. This collection of beliefs influences how people think, behave and experience the world. There aren’t any… Continue reading Ideas that explain how government and society.
“Mac’s Argument Against Evolution” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRNO1LFQBWI In this clip, I identify false dilemmas and straw man as logical fallacies. In terms of false dilemmas, the proposing character says that because a couple of scientists were off on several theories, the entire theory of evolution is false. There is no middle ground on it. In terms of… Continue reading Mac’s Argument Against Evolution.