Differance between rescue-capacity-building strategy, Biology

QUESTIONS:

Write an analysis of the Chapter Twelve, the concluding chapter in ROLL AWAY THE STONE. It will be worth UP TO 50 points if you do it well. Submit it through the "Extra Credit Assignment" on the Assignments page for Unit IV. NEL

A. First, analyze the content by finding answers to the questions below (questions 1-12).

B. Second, describe three problems in your own community similar to those described in Chapter Twelve that exist in Washington, D.C. The scale will be different, but many of the problems will be the same.

C. Choose three ideas (or principles) in Chapter Twelve which FLOC and its supporters employed to tackle the problems in Washington, D.C. that you think could be used in your own community.

Here are the questions to find answers for referred to in Question #A above:

1. Why is a future of containment more costly than a future of inclusion? (Be sure to tell what the difference is between containment and inclusion, according to Taylor. The Assignments you completed in Unit III will be of help.

2. How does Taylor define a "Future Search Conference", and tell briefly what happened at the FLOC Future Search Conference in March, 1994?

3. What were some of the images of a desired future for Washington, D.C. that came out of the Future Search Conference, and what were some specific projects that FLOC decided upon?

4. How did the vision created in the FLOC Future Search Conference assume a life of its own? And how did Taylor (and FLOC) answer the question "What do you do when you have to do more with less?

5. On page 248 Taylor talks about a "Paradigm Shift". It involves a distinction between between social services as a "rescue strategy" and as a "capacity-building strategy". What is the differene between the two?

1. Why is a future of containment more costly than a future of inclusion? (Be sure to tell what the difference is between containment and inclusion, according to Taylor. The Assignments you completed in Unit III will be of help.
The Containment stands for the restrinment of needs in major social changes it is autonomics of political machinery
realize the sense of containment in the larger mass of people and retain the majority of the resources to the powerful section of society which are few in count In inclusion is socio-graphic point of point of vies distributed available resource of the society to lager mass in it so the in containment we get outburst as against the system of governance will age old sociologically fights of haves and haven't so The Future of containment is are always costlier the than inclusion

2. How does Taylor define a "Future Search Conference", and tell briefly what happened at the FLOC Future Search Conference in March, 1994?

In 1994 FLOC future search conference 60 people of different sociological strata was invited for 3 conference for Sharing the 10 years vision of (for love of children ,FLOC) this was an innovative planning technology it not gave Cross information flow of ideas the broad spectrum of the Future path and future perspective was generated. The adaptive tool for future hurdles has also been laid Down With The help of the sheared vision

3. What were some of the images of a desired future for Washington, D.C. that came out of the Future Search Conference, and what were some specific projects that FLOC decided upon?
Individual sociological Care plane = Like Trauma support in individual life's divorces, births deaths major changes in their lives
Opening and closing of child advocacy centers
Restructuring of FLOC thought-out the year windedness schools.
Launch of weekend Youth training programmme
Launch of neighborhood tutoring programmme

4. How did the vision created in the FLOC Future Search Conference assume a life of its own? And how did Taylor (and FLOC) answer the question "What do you do when you have to do more with less?

At the time of Taylor initiatives the city of Columbia was in a financial doldrums with city was running with 25% budgetary deficit where city council ( government) was force to cut grants social and child rescues and social uplift-ment activities cost. The Child abuse and negations are on rise (~25%) and FLOC had very limited resources but committed to change future city's child population. The Conferenc was great teaching for them The basic DNA FLOC got new points to add e.g. Collaboration Cohesion and Cross information and uncovering the new resources and that become the integral part of FLOC DNA.
The problem solving mode for the situation was 2 fold
1. Maximization of resource utilization
2. commitment
3. uncover and tap new resources
4. collaboration

5. On page 248 Taylor talks about a "Paradigm Shift". It involves a distinction between between social services as a "rescue strategy" and as a "capacity-building strategy". What is the difference between the two?

[ text was not available ] best fit ans The from the years on social services are consider as the rescues strategy be it child services, women trafficking so being a rescue strategy it was always short - tem and immediate basis their was less planning for the individual for the long term societal engagement or the establish the individual to society itself But New era of social service takes care of this section so it not only rescues the individual but does the capacity building exercise so that he/she can develop employment skill / professional skills for his own earning and can get re-established in the society at large. So The Change is " Paradigm Shift".

Posted Date: 3/25/2013 6:08:44 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Differance between rescue-capacity-building strategy, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Differance between rescue-capacity-building strategy, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Differance between rescue-capacity-building strategy Discussions

Write discussion on Differance between rescue-capacity-building strategy
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
What is Asexual Reproduction? Asexual reproduction occurs in prokaryotes through the process of binary fission. Primitive eukaryotes and plants also reproduce by various t

Selenium and vitamin E deficiency Selenium is an essential micro-mineral required for various physiological functions and for immunity against a variety of diseases. It is an i

Viscosity The viscosity at temperatures above its gelation point is relatively constant  at pH values of 4.5  to 9.0 and is not greatly affected by age or ionic strength within

What are the near point and the far point of the vision? The near point is the closest distance among an object and the eye that makes possible the formed image to be focused,

Explain Results of  abdominal aneurysm surgery? Results:  For ascending aorta replacement, the hospital mortality varies from 0 to 9 per cent. Aortic arch has higher risk of

Define Absorption, Storage and Elimination of Vitamin D? As we have already mentioned earlier, all fat-soluble vitamins share a common metabolic fate. Vitamin D is absorbed al

write six characteristics of bacteria

Explain Fossn Ovalis Defect (Ostium Secundum Defect) ? This is the most common type of atrial septal defect. The usual approach is through a midline incision and median sterno

Alfred Sturtevant and Seymour Benzer's studies of recombination in both Drosophila and bacteriophage demonstrated which of the following? A. The gene is an indivisible unit and

What do you mean by Advanced characters The traits, or characteristics, that an animal has that are not ancestral to the taxon. They appear later in the evolutionary history of