Earlier this week we began reading about the origins of slavery in Hebrew society and discrimination against Canaanites. Slaves of ancient Rome were often called “Rufus” as the stereotype (see Land of Canaan reading pp. 22-23). So Spartacus was not alone. Stereotypes existed against all slaves in Roman society. Same way people today might say “Becky” to mean a while demographic of white women in our society today. So we return to Spartacus, a revolutionary “Rufus”, or slave, who along with thousands of soldiers and peasants built an army to demand heaven on earth for the enslaved, oppressed people of the Roman empire.
Watch the movie here and read Chapter 7 in the book. It was assigned last week so you should already have some sense of the Roman empire and the chapter. Pages 271 to 282 are the main pages to focus on. According to this movie, we can see that Spartacus had a strong sense of equality and freedom for the people against the corrupt and oppressive Roman elites. Why do you think Spartacus is not as well known as Jesus? Use examples from the video of who Spartacus was and what he accomplished in the rebellion to tell us how Spartacus was similar to and different from Jesus. The ebook discusses both Spartacus and Jesus. What impact does it have on us when the ebook only mentioned Spartacus but spent so much more time on the rise of Christianity? Read pages
task 1Draw upon the detail presented in the statistical bulletin on your chosen subject on the Office of National Statistics
task 1Draw upon the detail presented in the statistical bulletin on your chosen subject on the Office of National Statistics website https://www.ons.gov.uk/atoz; Research the subject and source key facts and data from other information sources; Prepare at least 5 appropriate graphs, diagrams or infograms to summarise the key information about your chosen topic, adhering to the design criteria below. Task 2: Reflective Report A key component of the assessment is the interpretation and insight gained from conducting the analysis. Your manager wants to understand why you have designed the factsheet in the way that you did. They have asked you to write a reflective report to explain your decisions. Your reflective report should: Explain which five graphs/diagrams were used to summarise the data in your in your factsheet and discuss why they are appropriate; Outline your decision-making process and explain why the overall layout/design of your factsheet is appropriate to the audie
HAMG 1321 Hospitality
you think Spartacus is not as well known as Jesus? MLA format required:
Question 1: Reading chapter 6 at page 234 (200 words)
Using the information found in chapter 6, describe the evolution of the American culinary arts.
Question 2: Reading chapter 7 at page 268 (200 words)
Choose one of the 2 case studies located inside of Chapter 7, then thoroughly answer the discussion questions. Does not have to be in essay form. Answers must be substantial and written in a professional style.
Question 3: (200 words)
For this question, using the internet and book, think about what you have learned in the chapter about restaurant trends.
1. Discuss 5 different trends that you see in the industry.
2. What has changed since COVID?
3. What surprised you about what you found out?
Be sure to ask a question at the end.
Discussion question: Describe two dilemmas that counselor might face in attempting to plan research with special populations (e.g., seriously mentally
Discussion question: Describe two dilemmas that counselor might face in attempting to plan research with special populations (e.g., seriously mentally ill, children, persons with disabilities, elderly, other members of a marginalized group of people). What are some ethical dilemmas a researcher could face with these populations? What principles of ethical research are involved? How would you handle these dilemmas in planning your research? Be sure to include references to justify your responses. Classmate response to discussion question: Replies to Justin Maki One of the major components of conducting research is the necessity of obtaining informed consent from the participants in the study or the test subjects. The subject of informed consent becomes especially important when research is conducted with a population that can be easily coerced into highly risky non-therapeutic research (Dakic, T., 2020). Current research ethic frameworks now allow for research on persons unable to provide consent as long as the research is ethically and scientifically das well as there are additional safeguards for the participants (Dakic, T., 2020). The research should likely benefit the participants themselves or to benefit others with the same capacity-limiting condition (Dakic, T., 2020). There should be no more than minimal risk to the participant of the research. The other dilemma that a researcher may face when researching these populations is the inclusion of their input into the discourse. Conducting qualitative research is one way in which a counselor can ensure that the individual with an intellectual disability can become part of the research instead of a subject that the research is being conducted on. References Dakic, T. (2020). No research for the decisionally-impaired mentally ill: a view from Montenegro. BMC Medical Ethics 21(47).