What ideological pressures have influenced this social policy

Make separate introduction *in whole assesment, disaster management is fine but we had to specify one job role in it (role of social worker in context to rehabilitation or other specific job role in diaster management),(not red cross organisation)we can include red cross help in diaster management, *in second text of questions we had to answer 2 or more subheadings in each of 4 questions *4 answer to your question is completely wrong we had to answer skill /knowledge required for social worker in disaster management. *so you have to change all 4 question in context to social worker job role answer 2 or more subheading under 4 different questions 2018-04-16-PHOTO-00005088 2.jpg second text You may wish to demonstrate your understanding of the topic by considering the following regarding the 4 suggested components of the paper. Ie: 1. Select one area of social work that interests you and examine the legal context in which it exists. Ie You could consider two (or more) of the following: · What main pieces of legislation permit funds to flow to that area of practice? · What legislation is most important to regulating that area of practice? · What are the human rights and social justice frameworks affecting it ? 2. How is this legislative context manifest in social policy in this area? Ie You could consider two (or more) of the following: · How does the legislation that funds the area also require that it be monitored? · Are there special duty of care or regulatory requirements for that area of practice? · Are human rights/social justice frameworks the dominant influence or are there other policy intentions? · What are the stated intentions of this area of social policy? · What are the implementation strategies for this policy and what is the logic of this? · What are the outcome evaluation measures? 3. What ideological pressures have influenced this social policy? Ie You could consider two (or more) of the following: · What political pressures resulted in this policy? · What political and ideological conflicts have influenced policy change in the area? · What relationship do human rights/social justice intentions or economic efficiency/individual responsibility have with the policy? 4. What knowledge/skills or values does an expert social worker need to have when working effectively in this area? Ie You could consider two (or more) of the following: · What empirical knowledge is needed ? · What theoretical knowledge is needed ? · What procedural knowledge is needed ? · What meta/self knowledge is needed ? · What skills are needed ? · What values are important to the area? Sent from my iPhone Sent from my iPhone

Coalition partners

PUBLIC LAW COURSEWORK “For many years now, it has been alleged that that UK’s membership in the European Union has caused a dent in Westminster’s supremacy”. Assess the truth in the above statement and consider whether the latest political phenomenon of Brexit is the long overdue remedy to Westminster. 1. European Union (Referendum) Bill 2013-14 https://services.parliament.uk/bills/201314/europeanunionreferendum.ht ml 2. House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee- The EU Bill and Parliamentary Sovereignty https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201011/cmselect/cmeuleg/633/6 33i.pdf 3. Coalition partners reject Tory MPs’ call for veto over European Union laws https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/jan/12/coalition-partners- reject-tory-mps-proposal-eu-veto 4. Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU by Alex Hunt & Brian Wheeler http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-32810887 5. Parliamentary Sovereignty https://www.parliament.uk/about/how/role/sovereignty/ a) Typed, printed and stapled and taped together (Note: Fancy binding, graphics and colored papers are NOT required) b) Coursework should be printed on ONLY ONE side of the A4 sized paper. c)Word count should not exceed 3000 words. An allowance of +/- 100 words is allowed. d) Text and Footnotes font type : Calibri e) Text Font Size : 12 f) Footnotes Font Size : 10 g) Text Alignment : Justify h) Line Spacing : 1.5 i) Oscola Reference

Ethical theories

Part A requires you to engage in a group discussion about an ethical dilemma. You self enrol into a discussion group (see instructions tutor posts in the announcements). As a group, you choose one of the dilemmas from below to discuss. Each group member then selects a role to play (parent, child, staff member, and other roles present in the dilemma so everyone has a different role). Please make sure that at least the parent, child and staff role is covered. As a group work through the ethical response cycle (ERC) (Newman & Pollnitz, 2005) to examine the dilemma from different perspectives with a view to resolving the dilemma. Working through the Ethical Response Cycle: The headings below should be covered in the order decided upon by the group. If any headings/phases in the cycle are not applicable or you feel the group has covered them, then explain why/where. You should show how you have considered the perspectives of each party under the following headings from the cycle: Recognition of the dilemma Legal aspects Professional consideration Ethical principles Ethical theories Informed inclination Negotiation Action/Possible resolution This is the scenario that we have picked ……. and I am playing the role of the Director at the centre. In representing the perspective of your role, you are required to consider and discuss relevant aspects of the ECA Code of Ethics, ACECQA Standards, and the Convention. Attached will be resources such as the code of ethics and the ACECQA AND PLEASE REFER TO 31 ARTICLE OF THE CONVENTION PLEASE . pleasae keep in mind that I am playing the role of the Director and answer according please I would like about 5 paragraphs please (please see attachment to see what you could refer to ) Reading: All students need to read Newman & Pollintz (2005). Ethical Dilemmas Mayah, a 2.5 year old child in your service, gets extremely tired and agitated after lunch each day but her parents have stated that they do not want her to nap as they find it hard to get her to sleep at night if she sleeps during the day. An educator decides to let Mayah sleep as she believes the child really needs it. The parent visits at the time the child is sleeping and complains to the director. In order to pass: You (as an individual group member) (at least one for each must make a minimum of eight postings heading of the ethical response cycle and responses to your peers posts). Quality NOT quantity is key here. Work through the dilemma using the ethical response cycle. Working through the Ethical Response Cycle: The headings below should be covered in the order decided upon by the group. If any headings/phases in the cycle are not applicable or you feel the group has covered them, then explain why/where. You should show how you have considered the perspectives of each party under the following headings from the cycle: 1- Recognition of the dilemma

the distinction between the exercise of property rights and the notion of native

Critically discuss the distinction between the exercise of property rights and the notion of native title as a “bundle of rights” in relation to the extinguishment of native title.

You are required to support your answer by reference to relevant and current case law and provisions of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) (as amended) as appropriate that you have studied

the planning, construction and operational phases of a facility’s life

Loosemore et al 2006 (p6) suggested that “it is now more important than ever to think about sharing design information during the planning, construction and operational phases of a facility’s life”. However, Haimes 2009 (p643) suggests that “Project Life Cycle” is often neglected when considering the management of risks. PART A Based on your studies, the readings in this Unit and your research of the literature, prepare a paper (1000 words approx) to describe what is meant by Project Life Cycle and discuss its implications on the effective management of risk. PART B You are involved in the design project for a new hybrid passenger vehicle. Consider what risks are likely to be present across the life cycle of the vehicle and develop a plan which describes: How you envisage those risks would be managed/controlled, and The possible implications of those risk controls for the design team

Legal versus Technological Regulation

Question One.
Throughout this course, we have considered the argument that regulatory outcomes are determined not merely by law, but by a combination of law and technology. Drawing upon, at a minimum, the materials we read related to electronic surveillance and copyright, discuss the extent to which technology has altered regulatory outcomes that the law seeks to achieve, and the extent to which the government has responded to this perceived destabilization. Be sure to provide concrete examples in your discussion. (Correct Response = 10 points, each concrete example = 5 points, maximum award is 15 points for examples, total award is 25 points)
Question Two.
Is the sharing of songs (downloading from the Internet) wrong? Citing Fair Use, Legal versus Technological Regulation, Copyright, et. al., explain appropriate law and case. (Correct response earns – 6 points)
Is lending an album (or CD or cassette) of songs to your friend OK? Citing Fair Use, License, Copyright, et. al., and explaining appropriate law and case. (Correct response earns – 6 points)
Is having your friend taking it electronically from your website, copying it from your physical CD or taking a flash drive copy off of your computer’s hard drive wrong? Citing and explaining appropriate law. (credit – 2 points for each situation, Correct response earns 6 points in total)
Explain, making sense in what you think is fair to yourself, the RIAA, and the Music Industry: What should be the law? Cite laws to be enforced or repealed. (Opinionated response earns – 7 points)
Question Three.
From the textbook CyberEthics: Chapter 4 case study
Amazon vs. Barnes and Noble was a case concerning business method patents. The law originally sided with Amazon, because of the traditional basis of Intellectual Property right laws. Was the law on the right or wrong side ethically? Explain (credit – 13 points)
Give examples of other significant business method patents that is web based, other than one click shopping. (credit – 4 points each, max 12 points)

Question Four.
You work in the General Counsel’s Office at University. Professor Brilliant (not a real person) teaches at the School of Education. She has a web page.
Your Boss, the General Counsel, has asked you in the past to “poke around” the school’s web pages from time to time, just to see if there’s anything there about which she needs to be concerned with (from the point of view of the University’s potential liability).
You have indeed been poking around, and on Professor Brilliant’s website you find the following:
1. A page labeled “Examples of Good and Bad Writing.” On this page there is some text by Professor Brilliant, but mostly there are links to what appear to be actual papers that students have handed in to Professor Brilliant over the years. Some of the papers have portions of text, inserted by Professor Brilliant, commenting on the student’s writing, pointing out passages that are particularly strong, or particularly weak, etc. You notice that Professor Brilliant has not removed the names of the students who wrote the papers.
2. A page labeled “Some Music I Like to Listen To,” which contains links to MP3 files for about 30 different songs – mostly current. “underground rock” songs – that Brilliant has, apparently downloaded from the Internet and makes available for download on the site.

autonomy and self-rule

Ensure autonomy and self-rule of IPs in laws that respects right to land and resources in their ancestral lands and territories in accordance to agreements between Indigenous Peoples and the State.
Protecting and satisfying the right of indigenous men, women, and children to life, freedom, and safety.
Bring national legislation into harmony with international provisions linking to the rights of indigenous people and enact the essential legislative and administrative actions to protect the effective application of international obligations

 

parental nationalities

PART 1 establishes the Government Security Agency (“Agency”) which:

(a)    recruits and employs Government Security Agents (“Agents”), who are deemed by the Bill to have all the same arrest and investigatory powers as an Australian Federal Police officer;

(b)    requires all current MPs, Senators, Parliamentary staff and those aspiring to be political candidates to provide to the Agency the full details of:
a.    their ancestry;
b.    religion;
c.    parental nationalities; and
d.    political views;
so that they can be approved by the Agency as fit and proper people to enter the Parliamentary precincts, whether as an elected member or senator, or as a parliamentary staff member; and

(c)    requires all MPs, Senators, Parliamentary staff and political candidates approved under (b) to obtain and to carry a Government Security identity card (“ID card”) at all times.

PART 2 concerns the powers of the Agents who are authorised:
(a)    on any matter pertaining “Government Security”, the Agents may:

i.    inspect all Parliamentary and Ministerial offices;

ii.    detain and question MPs, Senators and parliamentary staff; and

iii.    inspect the records of MPs, Senators and parliamentary staff;

(b)    on application to the Federal Court, the Agents may seek an order permitting the Agency’s interception of the telephone calls, mail and communications of Senators and Members of the House of Representatives who are suspected to have “compromised” the security of Australia.

PART 3 imposes an annual national security surcharge (“Surcharge”) of $1,000 per month on all Government Security contractors who have premises in Canberra, Darwin, Perth, Townsville and Brisbane, which is payable to the Government Security Agency.

PART 4 confers upon the Minister for Government Security the power to:
(a)    deem certain public service positions as “Government Security Jobs”;

(b)    impose a security administration fee (“Fee”) of $100 on all applicants for Government Security Jobs to pay for their extensive security vetting;

(c)    require those employed in Government Security Jobs to reside only in the 2600 postcode area; and

(d)    dismiss holders of Government Security Jobs if the Minister forms the view that an employee holds ‘unsound’ political views.

the legislative process

Prepare a submission on a piece of legislation currently accepting submissions before a Parliamentary Select Committee. The submission should: Identify the committee title, members of the committee and Chairperson and full title of the bill. Clearly indicate the basis for your submission. Provide a critical analysis of the content of the Bill. Present a coherent argument in support of your position in relation to the Bill. Set out your arguments clearly, accurately, consistently and concisely. Provide relevant supporting evidence for your submissions. Comply with the guidelines provided for making submissions. Be of a standard that could be submitted to the Committee. There are guidelines on preparing a select committee submission on the web site at http://www.parliament.nz/, go to the page on “Get Involved” and look for instructions on “How to make a submission”. You do not necessarily need to follow this format. You do need to ensure your essay fulfil academic writing requirements. It must have an introduction and conclusion and material must be referenced. The idea around this assignment is to present a critical analysis and position on the bill premised on evidence from your reading. To find out what bills are currently receiving submissions visit http://www.parliament.nz/en-nz/pb/sc/make-submission. The number of Bills related to social policy may be limited, but keep checking as new bills may move to this stage of the legislative process. The idea behind the assignment is to provide you with the opportunity to participate in the policy process. So check the closing date for submissions this should be very close or after the assignment due date. Bill – Election Access fund BIL -do that one please

law enforcement

Unit V Essay Refer to pages 139-144 in the textbook. Since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack, the role and responsibilities of law enforcement and intelligence agencies changed when they became members of the homeland security enterprise. Conduct research in the CSU Online Library or locate other reliable resources connected with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security about a state or local law enforcement or intelligence agency, and address the following issues: Identify the agency/department. Describe the mission and duties of the agency/department. Analyze how the expanded efforts of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security enhanced the ability of local, state, and federal levels of law enforcement and intelligence agencies to protect and guard the country against a terrorist attack. Provide an example to support your position. The essay should be a minimum of two pages in length, and it should contain a title page and reference page. The title and reference pages do not count toward meeting the minimum page requirement. Format the paper using APA style. Write the essay in a formal writing style rather than a conversational writing style. Include two scholarly references, one of which can be the textbook. At least one source should be from the CSU Online Library since it is a valuable resource for homeland security information.