Create a 750-1000 word paper as a team outlining the reasons why a company of your choice should invest in a mentoring program. One paragraph per bullet point.Include the following in the summary:Provide the needs analysis assessment and outcome for a mentoring programDetermine if the mentoring program will be formal or informalWhen will the organization realize the return on the investmentEvaluate any legal considerations of the programConduct a SWOT analysis that will summarize the Benefits and Risks of a mentoring programDetermine how the program will be measuredCite all sources according to APA formatting guidelines.
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The ________________ could be useful in evaluating an alcohol use disorder. (Points : 1) URICA DAST InDUC ASIQuestion 2.2. _________________ is not a barrier that may interfere between stabilization and treatment. (Points : 1) The client choosing to leave Waiting lists Formal treatment is no longer needed All of the aboveQuestion 3.3. ________________ is not a factor to which sociocultural models attribute the etiology of substanceuse disorders. (Points : 1) Ease and availability of substances Being in a setting where use is prevalent Classical conditioning Advertising and mediaQuestion 4.4. ___________________ is not one of the aspects related to AA that has been correlated withpositive benefits. (Points : 1) Reaching out to for help Working the program Having a sponsor Working the first four stepsQuestion 5.5. _________________is not demonstrated by the evidence related to families and substance usedisorders. (Points : 1) Family members of those with substance use disorders often have high emotional distress Family members of those with substance use disorders are dysfunctional Stress in family relationships can occur as a result of negative effects of substance use A cycle can occur from the family stress (described above) leading to more stress and substance useQuestion 6.6. Reflective listening is used to show the client they have been heard and to clarify their statements.It does not include ___________________________. (Points : 1) simply repeating back what the client said the testing of a hypothesis putting into words a nonverbal cue a way to clarify what the client meantQuestion 7.7. __________________is not one of the characteristics that indicate a client may not be a good match for a group setting. (Points : 1) Strong personal discomfort in groups Severe impulse or anger control problems Suicidal or in acute crisis Lacking social skillsQuestion 8.8. ________________ is not part of the FRAMES acronym. (Points : 1) Measure outcomes Advice Feedback EmpathyQuestion 9.9. According to research, skills training ________________. (Points : 1) work best in conjunction with cognitive behavioral therapy is associated with better post treatment outcomes is conducted in a one on one setting so it can be individualized can be offered efficiently by being provided in a group settingQuestion 10.10. ___________________ is not true of cognitive restructuring. (Points : 1) Descriptive of the process of changing thought patterns A central concept in cognitive theory Used to change maladaptive thought Is one of the models of addictionQuestion 11.11. ___________________ is a possible reason for the existence of co-occurring disorders. (Points : 1) The substance use is the cause of the other mental disorder The other mental disorder causes the substance use disorder Both disorders are caused by a third factor All of the above are possible reasonsQuestion 12.12. Carl Rogers identified several elements as essential for promoting client change. ______________ isnot one of the elements he identified. (Points : 1) unconditional positive regard reflective listening accurate empathy genuinenessQuestion 13.13. ___________________ are a medication discussed in the text as one that is commonly used to treat other mental disorders. (Points : 1) Sedatives Agonists Depressants StimulantsQuestion 14.14. ________________ would not work well as a goal for a client in the precontemplation stage ofchange. (Points : 1) Plant doubts Get a firm commitment to change Create ambivalence Get to the contemplation stageQuestion 15.15. _________________ is not an accurate statement about BCT. (Points : 1) A method that can be used as an adjunct to other treatment Twelve to 20 weekly sessions of 50–60 minutes each Moderately to highly structured More effective than the briefer six session versionQuestion 16.16. __________________ is not a stated advantage of a drinker’s checkup (evaluation checkup). (Points : 1) It attracts people earlier, before their drinking has created more extensive life problems It provides an evaluation for individuals who normally are not motivated to a point of seeking treatment It prevents the need for further treatment It leads to a reduction in drinking by most participantsQuestion 17.17. The ___________________ is designed for Functional Analysis. (Points : 1) IDTS AUDIT MAST AUIQuestion 18.18. ___________________ is not one of the items discussed in the text as a step a provider can take toenhance adherence. (Points : 1) Assessing and addressing barriers to adherence Double booking Negotiating a trial period Conducting a role induction interviewQuestion 19.19. ____________ is not a term which indicates the strongest level of commitment. (Points : 1) I pledge to I guarantee I vow I knowQuestion 20.20. _____________________ is not listed in the text as one of the advantages of including briefintervention prior to additional treatment. (Points : 1) More accurate assessment results Improved treatment attendance Doubled rate of post treatment abstinence Improved attendance in other settings such as methadone maintenanceQuestion 21.21. Our text does not advocate completing an assessment too early in treatment._______________________ is not one of the reasons for this position. (Points : 1) the client will be actively engaged in treatment the counselor is put in the role of “expert” it leads to a passive client role multiple questions can be off-puttingQuestion 22.22. Dependence may be ________________________. (Points : 1) physiological only sociocultural or environmental hereditary or environmental behavioral or physiologicalQuestion 23.23. An integrative approach is a well-rounded approach to treatment of substance use disorders. Thecomponent that is not associated with this approach is _____________________________. (Points : 1) multidisciplinary comprehensive and evidence-based holistic specialized careQuestion 24.24. ___________________ is not a protective factor as related to relapse. (Points : 1) Thinking of the benefits of being clean Social support Avoid previous situations associated with use Completion of the treatment planQuestion 25.25. Brief intervention approaches have been shown to be highly effective in many situations._________________________ is not an advantage for brief intervention. (Points : 1) services available in multiple settings it is an evidence-based method need for other, more expensive services can be avoided may get clients immediate services rather than being placed on a waiting listQuestion 26.26. One of the tools in the client-centered approach is summaries. _______________ is not one of thesummaries include in this approach. (Points : 1) collecting linking transitional outlineQuestion 27.27. ___________________ is not a type of reflection. (Points : 1) Insightful reflection Amplified reflection Double-sided reflection Simple reflectionQuestion 28.28. _______________ is not true of clients in the contemplation stage of change. (Points : 1) They are often highly resistive They are ambivalent about their need for change They are in a stage in which a change plan can be started They will not generally respond well to a confrontational approachQuestion 29.29. The _____________________________ test assesses motivation for change. (Points : 1) SOCRATES InDUC MAST AUDITQuestion 30.30. The cost of treatment addiction has been on the rise in recent years. The variable that is insignificant in determining if other human service professionals treating addictions listed in your textis _____________. (Points : 1) addictions are common it is less expensive than specialized treatment they often occur along with problems that bring people into these settings the problem may be identified earlier before it has become more severeQuestion 31.31. Other types of mutual help groups include ___________________. (Points : 1) religious mutual help groups secular mutual help groups moderation groups all of the aboveQuestion 32.32. ________________ is not one of the four phases of care described in the text. (Points : 1) Stabilization Rehabilitation Maintenance EvaluationQuestion 33.33. ASAM’s Patient Placement Criteria is not _____________________________. (Points : 1) the accepted standard for choosing client placement an example of a decision rule system developed by professional consensus a system developed in response to an overuse of inpatient services a system with four levels of care and six dimensions of potential needQuestion 34.34. __________________ is a reason that is theorized for effectiveness of coping skills training, asdiscussed in our text. (Points : 1) It increases self-efficacy The skills learned are crucial to the client’s recovery The skills address an underlying need that could be a relapse trigger All of the aboveQuestion 35.35. BCT should not be used ________________________. (Points : 1) if there is a restraining order in place related to the couple’s mutual contact if there is a history of domestic violence in the relationship in the case of threatened violence in the relationship in any of the above scenariosQuestion 36.36. ___________________ is not one of the misconceptions about twelve step groups discussed in thetext. (Points : 1) Twelve step groups are not appropriate for those with a dual diagnosis Twelve step groups pressure participants to discontinue medication There is no harm in pressuring a client to attend a twelve step meeting There is no scientific evidence for AA effectivenessQuestion 37.37. The OARS acronym represents four fundamental counseling skills. ________________ is not one ofthe components of the OARS acronym. (Points : 1) Open questions Reflect Synopsis AffirmQuestion 38.38. One setting for detoxification might be ____________________. (Points : 1) intensive outpatient outpatient residential none of the aboveQuestion 39.39. _________________ is one of the detoxification models. (Points : 1) Physical model Social model Management model Health modelQuestion 40.40. ___________________ is not one of the methods suggested by the text to encourage twelve stepparticipation. (Points : 1) Get them started while still in treatment Encourage clients to sample a variety of groups Require participation as one of the components of your program Cncourage attendance three times throughout treatmentQuestion 41.41. _________________ is not one of the client matching approaches discussed in the text. (Points : 1) Informed self-matching Assessment based matching Natural matching Clinical judgmentQuestion 42.42. There is an important distinction between screening and evaluation. ______________ is not acharacteristic of screening. (Points : 1) It can give false negatives The results can indicate a diagnosis It can give false positives It is intentionally over-inclusiveQuestion 43.43. Cognitive therapy has formalized several common errors in thinking that, according to this approach,can lead to problems in behavior. ______________ is not a common cognitive error according tocognitive theory. (Points : 1) Fallacy of fairness Mind reading Generalization Global labelingQuestion 44.44. _____________________ is a recommend reason for termination from a group according tothe text. (Points : 1) Premature termination Returning to substance use Termination for cause Coming to the end of group therapyQuestion 45.45. ___________________ is not one of the components of negotiating change, conflicts and problemsin the BCT method. (Points : 1) Requesting change Conflict resolution Problem solving Identifying problemsQuestion 46.46. It is important to assess multiple areas to address the whole person rather than only their substanceuse. ________________ is not an area typically assessed. (Points : 1) family history personal strengths prior treatment academic recordsQuestion 47.47. ________________ is not applicable to diagnosis. (Points : 1) It may be required by insurance companies It is different from screening and evaluation Does not indicate treatment needs on its own It engages the client in treatmentQuestion 48.48. Tolerance is _______________________. (Points : 1) adaptation of the body to a substance a reduced effect of a given dose of a substance one of the dimensions of addiction all of the aboveQuestion 49.49. _________________________ is not categorized as an indication of a weaker commitment tochange. (Points : 1) I am prepared to I mean to I think I will I wagerQuestion 50.50. _______________________ is not true of twelve step groups. (Points : 1) There are different meeting formats Another term for these groups is twelve step facilitation therapy Closed meeting are restricted to members of the group There are groups geared toward various demographic groupsQuestion 51.51. ___________________ is not one of the ways the text advocated for responding to resistance. (Points : 1) Emphasizing personal choice Shifting focus Discussing benefits of change Listening for wisdomQuestion 52.52. ___________________________ is not represented in the STORC acronym. (Points : 1) Organized Thoughts Response SituationQuestion 53.53. ___________________________are not attributional dimensions. (Points : 1) Stable/unstable Steady/unsteady Global/specific Internal/externalQuestion 54.54. There are several advantages to treating substance use disorders in settings other than specializedaddiction treatment settings. However, some general practitioners do not choose to treat substanceuse disorder because ______________________. (Points : 1) they need to stick to their own specialization they have plenty of time but prioritize it in other areas they have a belief that a specialized skill set is needed to treat addictions they have been told not to treat these areasQuestion 55.55. In the context of the dimensions of addiction, ___________ is the term used to indicate that thereare troubles caused by the substance use. (Points : 1) difficulties problems struggles hasslesQuestion 56.56. ________________________ is not descriptive of accurate empathy. (Points : 1) An evidence-based practice A skill that can be learned A particular kind of listening A motivational interviewing toolQuestion 57.57. _______________________ is not listed as something that clients should remember about urges. (Points : 1) They are common and do not indicate failure They will grow steadily stronger They occur for a reason and it is important to learn those reasons They are temporaryQuestion 58.58. Meeting other treatment needs (i.e. those other than treatment for the substance use disorder)_________________________. (Points : 1) helps ensure that the client maintains lasting sobriety is positively correlated to sobriety three months after treatment is not correlated to the success of the substance related treatment can be accomplished via referralQuestion 59.59. The theory for why brief interventions work proposed by our text authors is_________________________________. (Points : 1) it is more effective than other treatment models there is not really a need for longer treatment it taps into the client’s self-regulatory process and motivation it is the approach that is best matched to those with substance use disordersQuestion 60.60. Coping strategies for dealing with urges include ________________________. (Points : 1) distract endure escape all of the aboveQuestion 61.61. A shift is occurring in how we view addiction from being at one binary point to existing along acontinuum. A benefit of viewing addiction as occurring at one binary point is _________________________________. (Points : 1) the need for responsible use by those without a problem may be missed the problem is identified at a certain point and can then be addressed the focus is on whether or not an addiction exists instead of on other important factors problems can be addressed earlier because they can be identified earlierQuestion 62.62. The ____________________ is an assessment/evaluation test. (Points : 1) CAGE MAST AUI ASAMQuestion 63.63. According to the stages of change model someone who does not consider their behavior asproblematic at all and in fact would be surprised to learn that others saw their use as problematic is inthe ____________stage of change. (Points : 1) precontemplation contemplation preparation denialQuestion 64.64. _________________ is not one of the models that have been used to explain the link betweenfamily and addiction. (Points : 1) Disturbed spouse hypothesis Disturbed family hypothesis Games alcoholics play hypothesis Codependence hypothesisQuestion 65.65. _____________________ is not a part of supporting sobriety in the BCT approach. (Points : 1) A daily trust discussion Reviewing the recovery calendar weekly in session Talking about future potential use throughout the week Encouragement, praise, and reinforcementQuestion 66.66. The ACT model of Case Management (CM) _________________________. (Points : 1) is one of the least comprehensive models of case management is not appropriate for dually diagnosed clients pursues one primary goal at a time includes a greater emphasis on therapeutic skillsQuestion 67.67. ___________________ is not a hypothesis for why co-occurring disorders are so common. (Points : 1) Causal factors The self-medication hypothesis Super sensitivity to alcohol or other drugs Common factorsQuestion 68.68. The ____________________ is designed to screen for an alcohol use disorder. (Points : 1) RAPS4 ASAM ADS DUDITQuestion 69.69. The __________________ test screens for drugs other than alcohol. (Points : 1) AUDIT MAST DUDIT AUIQuestion 70.70. The term evidence-based means that _________________________. (Points : 1) research has demonstrated that it works it is more effective than other research backed methods it is used in forensic psychology the base of the program is used for evidenceQuestion 71.71. _____________________ approach(es) match well with harm reduction. (Points : 1) Cognitive-behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing None – because therapy has different goals than harm reduction Motivational interviewing only Cognitive-behavioral therapy onlyQuestion 72.72. ____________________ is not one of the variations in mutual help groups. (Points : 1) The substance or behavior for which the group is intended An emphasis on ego deflation versus self-enhancement Peer support versus professional treatment The inclusion or exclusion of a spiritual focusQuestion 73.73. Important information to note when tracking urges does not include _________________. (Points : 1) date, time, and situation in which it occurred a rating of the strength of the urge who was responsible for the urge the response to the urgeQuestion 74.74. ________________ is not a factor that may affect whether or not a client chooses to transition torehabilitation after detoxification. (Points : 1) The client’s stage of change When the appointment is made Convenience The model of detoxification usedQuestion 75.75. _________________ is/are not a skill identified as one that should be included in skills training. (Points : 1) Job skills Academic skills Social skills Emotion regulationQuestion 76.76. Motivational Interviewing identifies stages through which most people go in the process of change. _____________________ is not one of the stages of change. (Points : 1) Contemplation Preparation Action ImplementationQuestion 77.77. _____________________ is not an advantage of stepped care. (Points : 1) It is often a less expensive option It ensure that adequate treatment will be provided from the first treatment setting There is less likely to be a wait for treatment It can provide interim services during a wait for more intensive careQuestion 78.78. Ideas from the personal responsibility models of addiction are still apparent in our society today. _____________ is not an idea that stems from the personal responsibility model. (Points : 1) religious prohibitions recognition of addictive properties of substances emphasis on spiritual factors in some peer support models how it is viewed in judicial settingsQuestion 79.79. A brief intervention _________________________. (Points : 1) takes place in one session is an hour plus in length can be used in general mental health and in specialized addiction treatment settings involves family members describing the effects of their loved one’s useQuestion 80.80. _________________is not true of Behavioral couple therapy (BCT). (Points : 1) It is the treatment method which has the strongest support in the research for its efficacy It is less effective than treatment that involves the entire family It produces better results than individual therapy It provides other benefits such as reduced domestic violence and reduced social costsQuestion 81.81. Family treatment is most beneficial for the ___________________ of the family. (Points : 1) husband/father adolescent wife/mother it is equally beneficial for all family membersQuestion 82.82. ______________________ is not one of the family therapies discussed in the text. (Points : 1) Multisystemic therapy Brief strategic family therapy Family behavior therapy Multidimensional family therapyQuestion 83.83. The ___________________would not be appropriate to screen for an alcohol use disorder. (Points : 1) MAST CAGE AUDIT DUDITQuestion 84.84. __________________________________ is not a component of increasing positive relationships inthe BCT method. (Points : 1) Discussing displeasing actions in the therapy session Increasing positive behaviors Sharing positive activities Listing and noticing pleasing behaviorsQuestion 85.85. __________________ is not an aspect associated with cognitive-behavioral theory. (Points : 1) Skills practicing in session and outside of therapy Functional analysis of substance use Coping skills training Examine the cognitive process involved in useQuestion 86.86. In addition to naming the substance use disorder, the DSM-5 has a severity rating system that goesalong with the idea of addiction occurring along a continuum. The severity ratings for substance usedisorders in the DSM-5 are _____________. (Points : 1) mild, moderate, severe minor, average, extreme misuse, abuse, dependence mild, medium, severeQuestion 87.87. ___________________ is an approach listed in the text for treating co-occurring disorders. (Points : 1) ASPD The quadrant model Integration models IIDTQuestion 88.88. The ____________ test is a screening instrument. (Points : 1) AUI MAST ASI InDUCQuestion 89.89. ___________________ is not an aspect of group therapy for which a plan should be developed inadvance. (Points : 1) Concluding the group Resistance Cross-talk Self-disclosureQuestion 90.90. Certain diagnostic groups commonly co-occur with substance use disorders. ___________________ is a diagnostic group that is over-represented in conjunction with substance use disorders. (Points : 1) eating disorders impulse control disorders mood disorders cognitive disordersQuestion 91.91. Since research regarding BCT has been limited to certain couple characteristics________________________. (Points : 1) it would not work with couples in which both partners have a substance use disorder it has limited effectiveness in couples without relational distress it is not known whether effectiveness of this model extends to other types of couples both a and bQuestion 92.92. ___________________ is a potential problem in terms of diagnosing co-occurring disorders. (Points : 1) Considering symptoms that dissipate after stabilization Deciphering between the effects of use and withdrawal and symptoms of other disorders Completing a comprehensive assessment Insurance will not cover diagnosing two conditionsQuestion 93.93. Resistance from a client is not _____________________. (Points : 1) a signal that a change in counseling style is needed classic denial normal and natural, even expected a common feature of the contemplation stage of changeQuestion 94.94. ___________________ is not true of the term mutual help groups. (Points : 1) Mutual help is a better descriptor than self-help because of the support of others that is inherent inthese groups They are comprised of others who are also seeking recovery They have been met with mixed opinions from the treatment community They are the most common form of treatment availableQuestion 95.95. Initial information indicating the importance of motivational enhancement came from____________________________________. (Points : 1) a client’s suggestion studies designed to identify personality characteristics associated with leaving treatment research into motivational interviewing approaches research unrelated to substance useQuestion 96.96. There are five principles that are at the heart of the Motivational Interviewing philosophy andapproach. ______________________ is not one of the five principles of Motivational Interviewing. (Points : 1) roll with resistance develop discrepancy express empathy pursue argumentationQuestion 97.97. ___________________ is not a maintenance strategy. (Points : 1) Following a relapse prevention plan Maintenance medications Self-monitoring Dealing with problemsQuestion 98.98. ___________________ is a step a program can take to enhance adherence. (Points : 1) Matching treatment to client needs Selecting appropriate staff Creating a client friendly environment All of the aboveQuestion 99.99. ___________________ is not a decision to be addressed when setting up group treatment. (Points : 1) Duration and frequency of treatment Group size Procedures for a client leaving the group Treatment goalsQuestion 100.100. _________________________ is an advantage of lab tests. (Points : 1) Lab tests alone have low sensitivity Corroboration of self-reports Liver disease can interfere with results Metabolism can skew results
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i want to edit my thesis statement because i’m missing each of the discrete parts. so i need a strong opinion. i will attach a powerpoint so you can follow the instructions. also, i’m going to attach the instructions for the whole topic. assignment : Beyonce Knowles’s “Formation” music video, released in 2016, is more than just a pop culture music video made for mere entertainment value. “Formation” is rife with allusions to the American Civil Rights movement, historically and as it is carried through today. We have discussed and analyzed many aspects of the video in class. For this assignment, consider the statements, commentary, and the conversation that exist within this cultural artifact. Choose ONE narrow aspect of Beyonce’s music video to focus on and create a persuasive, composed argument related to it. Be sure to provide contextualization — the conversation you are entering and/or the problem you are solving. Create a clear, focused, and concise argument. Choose specific details and evidence to prove your argument; lead your reader through your evidence in a purposeful way that explains and persuades. We discussed writing thesis statements, both in the big picture and in specifics by considering all the component parts of the thesis statement. Write your thesis statement for the Formation Argument Essay here. Please include a few versions of your statement — that is, show me your work building up to the final thesis statement htat you write. You can do this in full sentences, or by breaking it up into parts and then putting them together. In fact, doing both of these things would be most helpful to you. So write 3 possible thesis statement for the “ Formation “ argumentative essaylink to possible topics: https://www.teenvogue.com/gallery/beyonce-formatio…
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Plato Plato was one of the first philosophers to discuss the importance of the way in which a message is presented. Plato developed his method of coming to truth, and he called it dialectics. Dialectics is a process of coming to truth in which two opposing sides, thesis and antithesis, are presented by two people in the form of argumentation. Every person states their opinion and supports it with arguments. In the end of a dialogue or a debate, the truth is supposed to emerge from the clash of the two opinions, and the defeated one is morally obliged to accept the force of a better argument. In this process, logic or reason is crucial. Plato believed that each of the persons in a debate has to obey logic, and can examine the logic of the opponent’s argumentation, and if any contradictions or fallacies are found, they can reveal them, thereby winning the argument. Since reason is very important to Plato, he strongly opposed the use of any other rhetorical devices. He claimed that appeal to emotion in an argument is not only wrong but dangerous. For that reason, he is known for saying that poets have no place in an Ideal state. Aristotle Aristotle realizes Plato’s idea of rhetoric expressed in “Phedre”. This idea, for Aristotle, still corresponds to dialectics. Which means that persuasion has to have its foundation in logic. However, there is a difference between rhetoric and pure dialectics in that the former is concerned with style and the latter with the truth. In Aristotle’s works, the two are not mutually exclusive but complementary. The differences and similarities between rhetoric and dialectics open up the problem of language and thought. Plato and Aristotle solve this problem favoring thought. They claim that thought can always find a word through which logos and truth will speak. In that light, language has to emancipate itself from myth, and be subordinated to logos. Aristotle, however, finds that this task is impossible; language has an inseparable mythic element to it. In speech, this mythic component gives strength to what is said. Get your 100% original paper on any topic done in as little as 3 hours Learn More In the end, he claims that there is no separation of argumentation and style, and a person has to incorporate style into the delivery of a message. It is, nonetheless, crucial to respect the logos, without which any sort of style is vacuous. Dante Dante was an Italian poet, who lived in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. The period in which he lived is important because it is the period of renaissance and the rebirth of Ancient Greek ideas. In his view on rhetoric, Dante is closer to Aristotle, he believes that wisdom without rhetoric and eloquence is worth little, but eloquence without wisdom is worse. It is crucial to utilize all the potentials of language as a means to deliver the truth to the masses. In this immense potential of language to appeal to human emotions, Dante recognized a real threat and danger. For that reason, he found a place in his Inferno for those who use language to take advantage of people. That place was in the eighth circle, alongside thieves and falsifiers. He also placed poets like Horace and Ovid in this circle, and admitted that they are his likes. One can find the influence of Plato in these claims. From this ambivalence, it is evident that he was struggling with the problem of language and thought just like his great masters Plato and Aristotle.
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The ancient world introduced its own typical differentiation of people into classes according to the type of work done. Work which demanded from the worker the exercise of physical strength, the work of muscles and hands, was considered unworthy of free men, and was therefore given to slaves. By broadening certain aspects that already belonged to the Old Testament, Christianity brought about a fundamental change of ideas in this field, taking the whole content of the Gospel message as its point of departure, especially the fact that the one who, while being God, became like us in all things11 (Links to an external site.)devoted most of the years of his life on earth to manual work at the carpenter’s bench. This circumstance constitutes in itself the most eloquent “Gospel of work”, showing that the basis for determining the value of human work is not primarily the kind of work being done but the fact that the one who is doing it is a person. The sources of the dignity of work are to be sought primarily in the subjective dimension, not in the objective one.
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