Discussion Question

Write a post for the Discussion Forum on this topic, addressing the questions below. Each part should be 1–2 paragraphs or several bullet points in length.

PART 1: IDENTIFYING THE CUSTOMER AND PROBLEM

Describe a primary decision maker in example of  target segment: who they are, what they like, how they make buying decisions. Describe the primary problem(s) your organization, product or service will help them solve.

PART 2: FACTORS INFLUENCING CUSTOMER DECISIONS

Provide a brief profile target segment example using at least three of the following categories:

  • Geographic characteristics: e.g., location, region, population size or climate.
  • Personal and demographic characteristics: e.g., age, gender, family size, family life stage, income, personality.
  • Social and Psychological characteristics: e.g., culture, social class, lifestyle, motivation, attitudes, reference groups, beliefs.
  • Situational characteristics: e.g., buying situation, level of involvement, market offerings, frequency of use, brand loyalty.
  • B2B/organizational buying considerations: e.g., individual factors, organizational factors, business environment factors, types of complexity

PART 3: REACHING THE CUSTOMER

Based on this profile, identify 2–3 marketing strategies or tactics you believe would be effective at reaching this target segment, and briefly explain why they are a good fit.

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Discussion question 5

A patrol officer works 40 hours a week, of which at least 10-15 hours are legitimately spent on muster, checking the car and equipment, personal breaks, and turning in gear and paperwork.  That leaves about 25-30 hours a week to response for calls for service, observe traffic, and interact with citizens.  A particlular patrol officer has worked 4 weeks in a patrol zone without writing a single traffic ticket or making any arrests, or conducting any field interviews. He has zeros in those statistical categories.  

 

What organizational theory would say that his lack of enforcement actions indicates a poorly performing officer?   What category would this patrol officer fall according to Chris Argyris Immaturity-Maturity theory?  How would a Theory X manager characterize this officer? 

 

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Discussion Question 5

Compare and contrast the significant similarities and differences among the theories of goal setting, self-efficacy, and reinforcement. Specify the theory that you believe most closely aligns with your current or future approach to motivating employees. Support your response with at least one (1) example that demonstrates your approach to employee motivation.

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discussion question # 5

Where does organizational management differ from administration? How does organizational management and administration affect operational aspects of policing? Is there a better solution to the administration of policing organizations? Explain. 

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Discussion Question 5

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After diagnostic testing, your patient was diagnosed with low back pain without any specific injury. One of the most important aspects of the care at this point is to create a comprehensive teaching plan. What are the important teaching points you need to consider for the acute care of this individual? And what would you suggest for prevention of potential future injuries?

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Discussion question 5

 

Learning Resources

 

Please read and view (where applicable) the following Learning Resources before you complete this week’s assignments.

 

Readings

 

·         Course Text: Juvenile Delinquency

 

·         Chapter 6, “Social Interactionist Theories of Delinquency”

 

 

 

·         Chapter 11, “Drugs and Delinquency”

 

·         Chapter 12, “Juvenile Justice Process” (Section “Diverstion from the Juvenile Justice System” is review from Week 4.)

 

·         Chapter 13, “Police and the Juvenile”

 

 

 

·         “Social Content of Delinquency: The Police and the Prevention of Juvenile Offenses”

 

Media

 

·         Interactive Module: “Juvenile Delinquency,” Copyright (2008) by Pearson Learning Solutions. Used with permission of Pearson Education. Boston, MA.
http://media.pearsoncmg.com/pcp/pls/pls_mycoursetools/fufillment/mct_94735_laureate/juv_delinq/index.html

 

Optional Resources

 

Websites

 

·         Website: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Club Drugs.
http://www.drugabuse.gov/drugs-abuse/club-drugs
This Web site provides research data on how the use of club drugs can cause serious health problems and, in some cases, even death.

 

·         Website: Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center.
http://www.udetc.org/
This Web site provides references and links to studies that explain contributing factors related to juvenile delinquency and treatment.

 

 

 

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Discussion Question:

Prevention Programs

Prevention or early intervention programs are essential for the reduction of juvenile crime and delinquency. However, that may be easier said than done because putting such programs in action can be complex. Decisions must be made about where the program will take place – the family, schools, treatment facilities, detention centers – and which juvenile population the program will target. Because not all juveniles commit crimes, prevention programs need to be tailored to specific juvenile populations. In addition, the focus of prevention and intervention programs typically are based on specific sociological, biological, and/or psychological factors thought to contribute to juvenile crime and delinquency. For instance, if you think sociological factors contribute to juvenile delinquency, your prevention program might focus on educating juveniles about the implications of joining a gang. On the other hand, if you think biological or psychological factors contribute to juvenile delinquency, your prevention program might focus on educating juveniles about the dangers of drugs or helping juveniles build self-esteem through education. As you can see, the degree to which professionals attribute juvenile crime and delinquency to specific sociological, psychological, and/or biological factors will determine the type of prevention program they offer.

To prepare for this Discussion:

Review the sections on “Prevention of Delinquency ” of Chapters 1-16  in the course text, Juvenile Delinquency, and focus on various prevention programs.

Select two prevention programs to use for this Discussion. Note: You may select programs from the Learning Resources this week or you may use the Internet to find other programs of interest to you.

Think of how the programs you selected are influenced by sociological, biological, and/or psychological factors thought to contribute to juvenile crime and delinquency.

With these thoughts in mind:

Write a brief description of the prevention programs you selected. Then explain how each program is influenced by sociological, biological, and/or psychological factors thought to contribute to juvenile crime and delinquency. Be specific and use examples to support your explanation.

Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources.

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Discussion Question 5

  • Angelou, M. (1988). I know why the caged bird sings. London, UK: Hutchinson Education.
    I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Angelou, Maya. Copyright 1969 by Nelson Thornes Ltd. Reprinted by permission of Nelson Thornes Ltd. via the Copyright Clearance Center.

    This excerpt provides an autobiographical perspective on education and its impact on individual and community. This piece is examined in this week’s Application Assignment.

  • Shange, N. (1997). For colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf. New York, NY: Scribner.
    Reprinted by the permission of Russell & Volkening as agents for the author. Copyright 1993 by Ntozake Shange.

    These poems are part of Ntozake Shange’s award-winning “choreopoem,” for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf. The choreopoem is performed by seven women identified only by the colors they wear. Below you will find five of the poems (more are in Week 6).

    Note: All of the poems listed above are also included as audiocasts located under Media in this week’s Learning Resources.

  • Walker, A. (1994). Everyday use. In B. T. Christian (Ed.), Women writers texts and contexts (pp. 23–35). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
    Everyday Use by Walker, A. Copyright 1994 by Rutgers University Press. Reprinted by permission of Rutgers University Press via the Copyright Clearance Center.

    This excerpt addresses women and education and its impact on family and community. This piece is examined in this week’s Application Assignment.
  • Walden University. (2015b). APA style: Overview. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/apa
  • Walden University. (2015e). Writing center. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/home
  • Document: Glossary of Terms and Techniques for Literature and Creative Writing (PDF)

    This resource provides support in analyzing various forms of literature. Use this resource to identify elements of style and apply literary terms to assignments.

Media

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2015). Women’s voices and social change [Interactive media]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    With this week’s content on women and education in mind, review the timeline information on Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, and Ntozake Shange.

The following audiocasts are readings of excerpts from Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf. Hearing poetry read aloud lends depth to the experience of the reader/listener and may increase comprehension and connection to the meaning behind the words. To enhance your interaction with the work, consider listening to these audiocasts as you read the assigned poems. Note: Be sure to access closed captioning as needed to follow along with the dialog.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010b). Graduation nite [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 5 minutes.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010d). I’m a poet who [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 1 minute.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010e). Latent rapists [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 2 minutes.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010f). One [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 6 minutes.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010c). I used to live in the world [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 3 minutes.

Optional Resources

 

  • Poetry: Characters and Styles

Poetry is a language translated by the reader. Discernable sentiments and messages rise to the top as you may consider and reconsider the more obscure or “hidden” meanings surrounding the words on the page. You have the opportunity in this week’s Discussion to deconstruct the complexity of Shange’s work through the exploration of a character from her poem while exploring qualities and styles of poetry.

To prepare for this Discussion:

  • Read and listen to each of the Shange poems linked in this week’s Learning Resources. Listen carefully to the voices and words of the different characters. Choose one of the female characters from the five included poems. For these poems, the characters include: Lady in Yellow, Lady in Orange, Lady in Blue, Lady in Red, and Lady in Purple.
  • What aspects of the character you chose are readily apparent? What are you most curious about regarding this character that is not directly apparent?
  • Consider references to formal and/or non-formal education that you identify in association with the character you chose and/or other characters in these five poems? For example, how does Shange communicate a character’s sense of knowledge of herself or an issue? In what ways do the women educate one another?
  • Review examples of poetry from this course to get a sense of the range of styles of poetry. For example, consider the style of Rita Dove’s poem from Week 4 and review a sample of poems from websites provided in this week’s Optional Resources.

With these thoughts in mind:

Post a 2- to 3-paragraph description of the character you selected from Shange’s poem, including her emotional and physical self. Explain how this character represents the concepts of expression, perspective, and social change. How is the style of poetry in Shange’s work different from other styles of poetry?

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Discussion question 5

 

Learning Resources

 

Please read and view (where applicable) the following Learning Resources before you complete this week’s assignments.

 

Readings

 

·         Course Text: Juvenile Delinquency

 

·         Chapter 6, “Social Interactionist Theories of Delinquency”

 

 

 

·         Chapter 11, “Drugs and Delinquency”

 

·         Chapter 12, “Juvenile Justice Process” (Section “Diverstion from the Juvenile Justice System” is review from Week 4.)

 

·         Chapter 13, “Police and the Juvenile”

 

 

 

·         “Social Content of Delinquency: The Police and the Prevention of Juvenile Offenses”

 

Media

 

·         Interactive Module: “Juvenile Delinquency,” Copyright (2008) by Pearson Learning Solutions. Used with permission of Pearson Education. Boston, MA.
http://media.pearsoncmg.com/pcp/pls/pls_mycoursetools/fufillment/mct_94735_laureate/juv_delinq/index.html

 

Optional Resources

 

Websites

 

·         Website: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Club Drugs.
http://www.drugabuse.gov/drugs-abuse/club-drugs
This Web site provides research data on how the use of club drugs can cause serious health problems and, in some cases, even death.

 

·         Website: Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center.
http://www.udetc.org/
This Web site provides references and links to studies that explain contributing factors related to juvenile delinquency and treatment.

 

 

 

Collapse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discussion Question:

Prevention Programs

Prevention or early intervention programs are essential for the reduction of juvenile crime and delinquency. However, that may be easier said than done because putting such programs in action can be complex. Decisions must be made about where the program will take place – the family, schools, treatment facilities, detention centers – and which juvenile population the program will target. Because not all juveniles commit crimes, prevention programs need to be tailored to specific juvenile populations. In addition, the focus of prevention and intervention programs typically are based on specific sociological, biological, and/or psychological factors thought to contribute to juvenile crime and delinquency. For instance, if you think sociological factors contribute to juvenile delinquency, your prevention program might focus on educating juveniles about the implications of joining a gang. On the other hand, if you think biological or psychological factors contribute to juvenile delinquency, your prevention program might focus on educating juveniles about the dangers of drugs or helping juveniles build self-esteem through education. As you can see, the degree to which professionals attribute juvenile crime and delinquency to specific sociological, psychological, and/or biological factors will determine the type of prevention program they offer.

To prepare for this Discussion:

Review the sections on “Prevention of Delinquency ” of Chapters 1-16  in the course text, Juvenile Delinquency, and focus on various prevention programs.

Select two prevention programs to use for this Discussion. Note: You may select programs from the Learning Resources this week or you may use the Internet to find other programs of interest to you.

Think of how the programs you selected are influenced by sociological, biological, and/or psychological factors thought to contribute to juvenile crime and delinquency.

With these thoughts in mind:

Write a brief description of the prevention programs you selected. Then explain how each program is influenced by sociological, biological, and/or psychological factors thought to contribute to juvenile crime and delinquency. Be specific and use examples to support your explanation.

Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources.

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Discussion Question 5

  • Angelou, M. (1988). I know why the caged bird sings. London, UK: Hutchinson Education.
    I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Angelou, Maya. Copyright 1969 by Nelson Thornes Ltd. Reprinted by permission of Nelson Thornes Ltd. via the Copyright Clearance Center.

    This excerpt provides an autobiographical perspective on education and its impact on individual and community. This piece is examined in this week’s Application Assignment.

  • Shange, N. (1997). For colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf. New York, NY: Scribner.
    Reprinted by the permission of Russell & Volkening as agents for the author. Copyright 1993 by Ntozake Shange.

    These poems are part of Ntozake Shange’s award-winning “choreopoem,” for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf. The choreopoem is performed by seven women identified only by the colors they wear. Below you will find five of the poems (more are in Week 6).

    Note: All of the poems listed above are also included as audiocasts located under Media in this week’s Learning Resources.

  • Walker, A. (1994). Everyday use. In B. T. Christian (Ed.), Women writers texts and contexts (pp. 23–35). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
    Everyday Use by Walker, A. Copyright 1994 by Rutgers University Press. Reprinted by permission of Rutgers University Press via the Copyright Clearance Center.

    This excerpt addresses women and education and its impact on family and community. This piece is examined in this week’s Application Assignment.
  • Walden University. (2015b). APA style: Overview. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/apa
  • Walden University. (2015e). Writing center. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/home
  • Document: Glossary of Terms and Techniques for Literature and Creative Writing (PDF)

    This resource provides support in analyzing various forms of literature. Use this resource to identify elements of style and apply literary terms to assignments.

Media

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2015). Women’s voices and social change [Interactive media]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    With this week’s content on women and education in mind, review the timeline information on Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, and Ntozake Shange.

The following audiocasts are readings of excerpts from Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf. Hearing poetry read aloud lends depth to the experience of the reader/listener and may increase comprehension and connection to the meaning behind the words. To enhance your interaction with the work, consider listening to these audiocasts as you read the assigned poems. Note: Be sure to access closed captioning as needed to follow along with the dialog.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010b). Graduation nite [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 5 minutes.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010d). I’m a poet who [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 1 minute.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010e). Latent rapists [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 2 minutes.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010f). One [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 6 minutes.

  • Laureate Education (Producer). (2010c). I used to live in the world [Audio file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.

    Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 3 minutes.

Optional Resources

 

  • Poetry: Characters and Styles

Poetry is a language translated by the reader. Discernable sentiments and messages rise to the top as you may consider and reconsider the more obscure or “hidden” meanings surrounding the words on the page. You have the opportunity in this week’s Discussion to deconstruct the complexity of Shange’s work through the exploration of a character from her poem while exploring qualities and styles of poetry.

To prepare for this Discussion:

  • Read and listen to each of the Shange poems linked in this week’s Learning Resources. Listen carefully to the voices and words of the different characters. Choose one of the female characters from the five included poems. For these poems, the characters include: Lady in Yellow, Lady in Orange, Lady in Blue, Lady in Red, and Lady in Purple.
  • What aspects of the character you chose are readily apparent? What are you most curious about regarding this character that is not directly apparent?
  • Consider references to formal and/or non-formal education that you identify in association with the character you chose and/or other characters in these five poems? For example, how does Shange communicate a character’s sense of knowledge of herself or an issue? In what ways do the women educate one another?
  • Review examples of poetry from this course to get a sense of the range of styles of poetry. For example, consider the style of Rita Dove’s poem from Week 4 and review a sample of poems from websites provided in this week’s Optional Resources.

With these thoughts in mind:

Post a 2- to 3-paragraph description of the character you selected from Shange’s poem, including her emotional and physical self. Explain how this character represents the concepts of expression, perspective, and social change. How is the style of poetry in Shange’s work different from other styles of poetry?

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