There has been discussion about whether the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that took effect in 2018 will increase tax revenue. Tax revenue can be thought of an as average tax rate multiplied by taxable income. If the average tax rate falls while taxable income stays the same, tax revenue will fall. But what if the tax cuts increase taxable income? Both of the major schools of thought in macroeconomics (Keynesiansand Neoclassicals) believe that tax cuts increase economic growth. Economic growth increases taxable income. Our recent economic growth has brought unemployment down to historically low levels.

Think about this. Reply to these questions to begin your discussion:

  • Do you think that the tax cuts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will increase economic growth and taxable income so much that tax revenue will increase?
  • Or do you think that the tax cuts will reduce tax revenue? Explain your answers.
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P: People with depression

I: Use of antidepressants 

C: Combination and antidepressants and psychotherapy

O: Depression decreased greatly.

T: Six weeks

With depressed patients, how does the use of combination of antidepressants and psychotherapy treatments compared to the use of antidepressants successfully improve patient symptoms within six weeks’ time period? 

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Click on the link where you will find copies of both the NASW code of ethics and the NOHS code of ethics

In a 1-2 page paper compare and contrast the two codes. Discuss whether you believe one code to be stronger than the other. Are there any parts of the codes that impressed or surprised you. Be specific. Give examples. 


1-2 pages in length. 5 pts

Offers opinion as to which code is best and why. 20 pts

Identifies parts of the codes that are of personal interest using examples. 35 pts

Spelling and grammar mechanics. 5 pts

When using in-text, please reference your sources. Please follow rubrics to receive all possible points.

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  1. Why did the community, the school, and the police react to the saints as though they were good, upstanding, non-delinquent youths with bright futures but to the roughnecks as though they were young criminal headed for trouble?
  • Why do you think there was such a vast difference in the treatment of the boys?
  • What were some of the visible biases community members displayed toward the groups?
  • Why did policemen choose to disregard the Saints delinquencies while breathing down the backs of the Roughnecks?
  • What role of the Community response to the Roughnecks as boys who were in trouble play on their perception of who they are?
  • How did Labeling Theory come in to play in this article?
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Chapter 4 Caring and curing: the sectors of health care CASE STUDIES Case study: urban shamans in Ulan-Ude, Siberia, Russian Federation Humphrey22 studied the emergence of urban shamans in the city of Ulan-Ude, in the Buryat Republic of Siberia, since the fall of Communism. She describes the post-Soviet city, with its impersonal atmosphere, its shabby concrete buildings, and large anonymous apartment blocks, where most people find themselves living among strangers, instead of among kin. Most Buryats moved into the city from the countryside in the 1960s. This migration, plus the State’s promotion of atheism, and the suppression of Buddhism and traditional spirit beliefs, meant that many lost touch with their rural roots and traditional culture. Once in the city, most had little choice as to where they lived or worked, and this also helped fragment their sense of identity and community. The Buryat shamans that have emerged are mostly city born, and cater mostly for educated clients. They tend to explain illness and misfortune as being due to the client’s ancestral spirits, from the wilderness and steppes beyond the city. They often ask them about their genealogy, in order to identify the offending spirit so that it can then be exorcised or placated. To do this they often encourage them to find out more about their ancestors, and the areas from which they came. In some cases they encourage them to go back to these areas, to a particular mountain or tree where the spirit now resides, in order to perform a special ritual (alban) to placate it. Thus ‘by insisting on these country links, the shamans reconceptualize and segment the city, so that it is now composed of individuals belonging to familial or decent groups, whose origins lie far away.’ In this way, by ‘re-linking individual city people through half-forgotten familial ties with sacred–scary places in the countryside’, they are helping them adapt to their post-Soviet urban reality. At the same time, they help them adapt to the new, bigger context in which they find themselves. In their sessions the shamans evoke not only clients’ ancestral spirits, but also a less parochial and more eclectic range of ‘deities’ such as Archangel Gabriel, Japanese Samurai and even ‘Autopilots of the Cosmos’. Buryat urban shamans act therefore not only as lay psychotherapists and counsellors but by linking clients to their roots, and to a wider context, they also make them more comfortable in the new, anonymous urban spaces that they now inhabit. As Humphrey notes, the shamans’ ‘perception of evil and misfortune in the city implies an awareness of relational flows of spirit power from the outside.’ Case study: sources of lay health advice in Northampton, UK Elliott-Binns103 in 1970 studied 1000 patients attending a general practice in Northampton, UK. The patients were asked whether they had previously received any advice or treatment for their symptoms. The source, type and soundness of the advice were noted, as well as whether the patient had accepted it. It was found that 96 per cent of the patients had received some advice or treatment before consulting their GP. Each patient had had an average of 2.3 sources of advice, or 1.8 excluding selftreatment; that is, 2285 sources of which 1764 were outside sources and 521 self-advice. Thirty-five patients received advice from five or more sources; one boy with acne received it from 11 sources. The outside sources of advice for the sample were: friend, 499; spouse, 466; relative, 387; magazines or books, 162; pharmacists, 108; nurses giving informal advice, 102; and nurses giving professional advice, 52. Among relatives and friends, wives’ advice was evaluated as being among the best and that from mothers and mothers-in-law the worst. Male relatives usually said ‘go to the doctor’, without offering practical advice, and rarely gave advice to other men. Advice from impersonal sources, such as women’s magazines, home doctor books, newspapers and television was evaluated as the least sound. Pharmacists, consulted by 11 per cent of the sample, gave the soundest advice. Home remedies accounted for 15 per cent of all advice, especially from friends, relatives and parents. Overall, the best advice given was for respiratory complaints and the worst for psychiatric illness. One example of the patient sample was a village shopkeeper with a persistent cough. She received advice from her husband, an ex-hospital matron, a doctor’s receptionist and five customers, three of whom recommended a patent remedy ‘Golden Syrup’, one a boiled onion gruel and one the application of a hot brick to the chest. One middle-aged widower had come to see the doctor complaining of backache. He had consulted no one because he ‘had no friends and anyway if I got some ointment there’s no one to rub it in’. Elliott-Binns104 repeated this study 15 years later, on 500 patients in the same practice in Northampton. Surprisingly, the Cecil G Helman: Culture, Health and Illness © 2007 Cecil G Helman. Published by Hodder Arnold, an imprint of Hodder Education and a member of the Hodder Headline Group, 338 Euston Road, London NW1 3BH pattern of self-care and lay health advice had remained largely unchanged; 55.4 per cent of patients treated themselves before going to the doctor, compared with 52.0 per cent in 1970. The only significant changes were an increase in impersonal sources of advice on health, such as home doctor books and television, and a decline in the use of traditional home remedies (although they still accounted for 11.2 per cent of health advice). In addition, the use of advice from pharmacists increased from 10.8 per cent in 1970 to 16.4 per cent in 1985. Overall the study suggested that, in UK, self-care still remains the chief source of health care for the average patient.

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In the Discussion this week, you will discuss a difficult situation that arises in human service youth and family settings. It is one thing to understand the need for confidentiality and privacy standards; however, it is another to practice using them. After you respond to the main questions, remember to discuss your classmates’ responses with them. As you work through this path problem, remember that you are one week closer to your earning your degree.

You are working as a school counselor and have been working with Kim, a young Asian American third-grade girl who is very shy. Kim refuses to look at adults when she speaks and does not have any friends despite her classmates reporting that she is “very nice.” One afternoon, her brother’s kindergarten teacher rushes into your office and insists that the student has reported that he (Andy) and Kim were “being touched” by their after school babysitter. The children have already left for the day.

1. Define the ethical dilemma in your scenario and include specific information about the laws, regulations, or ethics that were violated in the state where you currently reside?

2. What cultural issues could be impacting Kim’s behavior?

3. What actions are required in this scenario for the teacher, the school counselor and administration? Please explain the reasons why these actions are necessary.

Must include at least one in-text citation. Minimum of 300 words.

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Royal Dutch Shell p.l.c. is one of the six “supermajor” oil and gas companies. Shell is unique for its organizational structure and its global presence. It was characterized as one of the world’s three most international organizations. Shell’s organizational structure is very complex. It is comprised of four types of companies: the parent companies, the group holding companies, the service companies, and the operating companies. Shell created a tri-dimensional matrix structure known as the Shell Matrix, which had functions, regions, and sectors. In 1995, a radical reorganization of Shell was announced. The new structure represented the move from a geographically-based company to a business sector-based firm. The restructuring also included the elimination of more than 1,000 corporate positions, the sale of a vast majority of its headquarters, and the redesign of its coordination and control systems.


  1. What are some advantages and disadvantages of the Shell Matrix?
  2. Why do you think Shell has undergone so many organizational restructurings? 
  3. How would you decide what would be Shell’s best organizational structure?

Requirements of the assignment  –

  • All papers must use a minimum of 3 sources. 
  • All papers must follow all APA requirements. (10% deduction if not)
  • Two Page Minimum and Maximum.
  • Title page and reference pages are required.  However, they do not count towards any page count.
  • Writing should reflect an understanding of the chapter’s basic concepts, thorough research, and logic and critical thinking skills.
  • The introduction is attention getting with sufficient background information to establish the topic and a clear thesis statement.
  • The conclusion summarizes the main points and leaves the reader with a strong comprehension of the paper’s significance and the author’s understanding.
  • Grammatically correct – No spelling, grammar, or mechanics errors.
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1. Why does Audi think that there is a moral imperative to keep religion and the state separate?

2. Later in the book (not in the pdf assigned) Audi argues that we should not use religious arguments to support legislation (in other words, we shouldn’t argue that God wants certain laws to be enacted in the U.S., for example). How does Wolterstorff respond to Audi? Why does Wolterstorff think that it is unfair to ask religious citizens to practice “restraint” and not use religious reasons in public debate?

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One HR manager recently got a thank-you note on her IPhone that said:

“Thx 4 the Iview!

The manager had liked the candidate in the Interview, but after getting this text message , she put him in the reject pile.

Answer the questions:

Why do you think she rejected the candidate?

Was that fair?

Should “textspeak” be considered acceptable workplace communication?

Explain what you would do as a manager in this situation.

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Purpose of Assignment 

Perhaps one of the first key decisions a prospective business owner makes is the mode of entry in the chosen country. Making the correct choice will ensure the integrity of the business not only legally, but financially as well. Accordingly, a detailed understanding of the various modes of entry will provide students with the knowledge needed to properly select the appropriate organization. 

Assignment Steps 

Resources: Suggested but not required: Shamah, Shani. (2011). A Foreign Exchange Primer. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons. 

Search the Internet for vendors who sell this book or inquire about it with a local library. 

Compose a minimum 700-word analysis of the following modes of entry:

  • Turnkey Project
  • Licensing
  • Corporation
  • Franchising
  • Joint Venture

Address the following in the analysis:

  • Discuss and describe the various modes of entry.
  • Evaluate the pros and cons associated with each mode of entry. 

Consider the mode of entry for the country you have selected in the Week 2 Individual Assignment. 

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