Broke in America: Seeing, Understanding, and Ending US Poverty (2021) Shaddox, C and Goldblum, J.S. ISBN 9781950665464
Please provide the instructor with a brief outline for each chapter about the topics that you will discuss. In addition, please investigate the criteria for poverty level guidelines established by the US government to determine whether the guidelines have been recently changed or differ from the information provided in the two books.
Consider these questions when journaling. What points stood out to you? What personal connections can you make to the material? Do you agree or disagree with the authors? When reading the second book do you find points of agreement or disagreement between the authors of the two books? How does this information agree/disagree with other learning you have gained? Was there any concept that surprised you, or gave you a new perspective? Ask yourself why you feel the way that you do.
- Discuss an example where optimal (or improved) organization design resulted in greater functional effectiveness and productivity of an organization.
- Explain your understanding of hypothesis testing and the Type 1 and Type 2 errors.
- Looking more specifically at slope, what are two ways it can be applied in the workplace or
- Consider how you feel about the following issues: Respecting the wishes of a suffering client that he is permitted to die with dignity
- What is your vision for the future of nursing?
- How can science fiction stories like Binti relate to our current climate?
- Write a Briefing Paper describing the formal organization of the adopted agency.
- What measure of central tendency is most appropriate for describing this set of data and why?
- Consider the ideas of liberty and equality expressed in the Declaration of Independence and the preamble to the US constitution. Evaluate the work of the work of the reconstruction era to apply these principles.
- How could nurses make a profound impact on the care of this vulnerable population?
- Discuss “the danger of playing it safe” by Wendy kaminer.