post should be a minimum of 2 paragraphs. Choose one of the following: anthropol

post should be a minimum of 2 paragraphs.
Choose one of the following: anthropology and education, urban anthropology, medical anthropology, or anthropology and business. Write a short response that focuses on a specific application of anthropology that you have in mind for this arena of life. Discuss what issue you are trying to address, consider the applications appropriate to this area, and focus on ways in which you could apply anthropology to better express this form of anthropology in action.

For this assignment, you are expected to identify a sub-population within the fi

For this assignment, you are expected to identify a sub-population within the field agency (LGBTQ+ community center) , then research and discuss with your field coordinator the state and federal policies that may impact the identified clients. Finally, discuss if there is a possibility for you to advocate on behalf of those clients.
By Day 7
2-3 pages in which you:
Identify the subpopulation- (Transgender)
Identify State and federal policies and discuss their impact on the clients identified (Anti-discrimination policies such as Legislation banning transgender kids from sports in the state of Michigan and gender marker & name change on driver’s license in the State of Michigan) 
Provide suggestions for the agency-(LGBTQ+ Community center)
Discuss possibilities to advocate for the clients

What follows is an ethical dilemma faced by a student intern who unintentionally

What follows is an ethical dilemma faced by a student intern who unintentionally acquires information about her client during the course of the field seminar. Read the following case and give some thought to the dimensions of the ethical dilemma and how you, as the social worker, would decide what action to take.
Rachel is a social work intern placed at a local Family Services Agency. Over the course of the last six months, she has worked with Carla Rodriguez to reunify her with her three children, ages 11, 4, and 3. Carla (age 28) is the mother of Tatiana (age 11), Derrick (age 4), and Angel (age 3). The children were removed to foster care when charges of neglect were substantiated. Derrick and Angel were placed in separate foster homes, and Tatiana stayed with Carla’ sister. Carla’ drug addiction limited her ability to care for her children, who were found to be living in squalid conditions. While the children were in foster care, Carla made a concerted effort to have the children returned to her care. She entered and completed a drug treatment program, and claims now to be “completely drug free.” Carla entered similar programs twice before; this is the first time she completed a program. The children were reunified with their mother two months ago. Carla has been drug free for a number of months and is meeting the minimum standards of care for her children.
In the field internship seminar, social work interns were exchanging information about their cases. An intern placed in a local junior high school asked her peers for advice about the group she is running. Taking precautions to change the names and identifying details of the group members, the intern spoke about “Mary’” fears about her family being broken up again “after they just got back together.” Her mother isn’t “doin’ the bad drugs anymore, but she smokes pot with her boyfriend in the apartment.” “Mary” tells the group that her mother told her “not to say nothing to nobody” if she doesn’t want to split up the family. “Mary” does not want her mother’ social worker to find out about the drug use.
Rachel, the intern working at the Family Services site, realizes that the client being described is the daughter of her client, Carla. Carla has adamantly denied any drug use and always appears “straight” at the time of the agency visits. Rachel has no firsthand evidence to suggest that Carla is using drugs. Rachel wonders what to do with this information.    
Questions:
There are many questions for Rachel to consider as she decides how to use the information she has just acquired.  The following are questions social workers might ask to resolve this ethical dilemma and determine what action to take.
Do you think Rachel is obligated to report Carla’s drug use and, if so, to whom should she report it?
Rachel must be clear to which client she owes her primary responsibility.  If her obligation is to protect the children, she may feel more obligated to report Carla’s drug use, as it may affect the children’s safety.  If, on the other hand, Rachel is Carla’s advocate, could she “overlook” Carla’s occasional marijuana use, perhaps believing the risk to children is not great?
The social worker’s beliefs about the family unit and the local foster care system are also factors that will influence the decision to act.  Is the risk to children greater if the family unit breaks up again?  What are the harms/benefits to children of being returned to foster care?
Are the same foster homes still available?
Could the disruption caused by foster care possibly be greater than the
consequences of Carla’s recreational drug use?

Complete the following VARK Questionnaire (Links to an external site.) (Links to

Complete the following VARK Questionnaire (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.). Based on this survey, what appears to be your strongest learning style? Do you agree? If you do agree, explain why. If you don’t agree with the survey results, what do you feel is your strongest learning style and why? 
Based on the VARK questionnaire, my strongest learning style is kinesthetic at 12 points. I also scored 11 points in aural. Kinesthetic learners have a “preference for hands-on, real-world learning with a physical component, such as personal experiences, vivid examples, or simulated or real practice. Kinesthetic learners want to do something to learn a concept, such as an experiment, or prefer to see a live demonstration to experience the learning in a concrete way. (Shushan, 2019, p. 71)” Aural learners learn by “talking things over (VARK Learn Limited, 2022)” and listening to others. Shushan mentions, an Aural learner, should “choose discussion-based (2019, p.71)” courses. I find myself really enjoying the discussion board assignments and now understand why! These learning styles are how I learn so, yes, I agree with my results. I also agree, while it is only a 1-point difference, I need to be shown how to do something first and try to do it for myself for it to click in my brain. If I have been shown something and I am not understanding, I must talk about it aloud with myself or with someone else. Hearing myself say it aloud helps me organize my thoughts. When I watch someone do something, even if I must see it done a few times, it is like a movie reel that plays in my head that I can follow along to and complete the task afterwards. (Not sure if that makes any sense?) 
Some researchers believe that we do not have just one “strongest” learning style, but in fact, will use a variety of styles based on what it is we are trying to learn. Can you think of a learning task that you might face in which your “strongest” learning style might not work? Which one might work better? 
A learning task that may not work with my strongest learning styles is when I am studying from textbooks. My lowest score was in read/write. I only scored 4 points. Read/write is the strategy that I think would work best when studying. I do like taking notes and making lists, but I do not retain information as well when I have to read text. My notes are organized in a way that makes sense to me but is, more than likely, not the most efficient way. On the help sheet for kinesthetic it says, “Your notes may be poor because the topics were not “concrete” or “relevant“ “(VARK Learn Limited, 2022).” It made me chuckle.  
Based on the VARK Questionnaire Results page, identify two strategies from the help sheet links that might benefit you in an educational setting. Explain if you can start using these strategies right away in FOR110. 
Kinesthetic strategies I may benefit from, in an educational setting, and can start using right away are in relation to the way I take notes. I struggle with that the most. The help sheet recommends I “find pictures and photographs that illustrate an abstract idea, theory or principle and talk about your notes with another person with a Kinesthetic preference (VARK Learn Limited, 2022)” I can absolutely apply these strategies in FOR110. After this assignment, I will be able to see who else learns like I do. That could help, having someone to bounce ideas off. Regarding any assignment or test, they may have a great study system that they can recommend. I’m not sure how I will go about “finding pictures and photographs that illustrate an abstract idea, theory or principle (VARK Learn Limited, 2022)” I am not an abstract thinker at all. If anyone has tips and tricks, I am all ears! 
Aural strategies I may benefit from, in an educational setting, and can start using right away are “attending classes, discussions and tutorials and discussing topics with your teachers and other students. Explain new ideas to other people (VARK Learn Limited, 2022).” What I gather from that information is I just need to stay attentive and make sure I do not get shy and stop asking questions. The help sheet also recommends, “turning your recordings into written words (VARK Learn Limited, 2022).” I can apply that by taking more notes when watching the videos and lectures. 
Complete the following 64-question personality survey based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.). Report your type (example: ISTP), read the full description under the Self-development heading, and then explain how you can use this information personally, academically, and professionally. 
Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach personality survey reported my type as ESFJ.  
Under the self-development heading it states that “their emotions will not be contained, often exuding warmth and bonhomie, but not infrequently boiling over with the vexation of their souls (Humanmetrics Inc. (1998-2022).” This is true, and not true. In my personal life, I can use this information to acknowledge that I get frustrated and annoyed easily and try to practice more patience and understanding to those around me. Having kids has really helped me with this. I still struggle with my short fuse, so to speak, but I started practicing breathing techniques and walking away instead of constantly reacting. When I said the quote was true and not true, this is what I mean; my emotions are big and when I have had enough, I show it, but I can contain my emotions. I feel like that part of the quote makes it sound like a child who does not know how to regulate their emotions properly. If someone gathers different information than I did, I would love to hear your interpretation!  
Professionally, “ESFJs enjoy being in charge. They see problems clearly and delegate easily, work hard and play with zest(Humanmetrics Inc. (1998-2022).“ I believe that is a great quality to have, especially if I would like to move up the ladder in the job to a team leader or managerial position. I can take this information and practice executing it more in my everyday situations and perfect it. It will become an added value that I bring to the workplace. I typically take charge or delegate if no one else that wants to do it but, I should start delegating even if there are other people that also like to take charge and see how it goes.  
Academically, I can use this information to help “determine and assist with my learning throughout college (Shushan, 2019, p. 77).” “Extraverts enjoy classes that allow for active class participation and group discussions because they are comfortable speaking in groups and are stimulated in these situations (Shushan, 2019, p. 77).” This is absolutely true for me; I need it to keep me interested and excited. I really enjoy constant feedback, both negative and positive.  
Humanmetrics Inc. (1998-2022) https://humanmetrics.com/personality/esfj (Links to an external site.)
Shushan, J. (2019). The Pocket Guide to College Success (3rd Edition). Macmillan Higher Education. https://ecpi.vitalsource.com/books/9781319262921 (Links to an external site.)  
VARK Learn Limited. (2022) https://vark-learn.com/strategies/aural-strategies/ (Links to an external site.)  
VARK Learn Limited (2022) https://vark-learn.com/strategies/kinesthetic-strategies/ (Links to an external site.)  

Complete the following VARK Questionnaire (Links to an external site.) (Links to

Complete the following VARK Questionnaire (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.). Based on this survey, what appears to be your strongest learning style? Do you agree? If you do agree, explain why. If you don’t agree with the survey results, what do you feel is your strongest learning style and why? 
Here are my test results: 
Based on this survey my strongest learning style is Kinesthetic and Visual. I do agree with these test results based on the few classes I took before I was enrolled in the college. 
Earlier this year, I was trying to learn how to use AutoCAD software on my own. It is just one of those things that I really enjoy doing in my free time. I purchased a $10 online tutorial course. The course consists of a step-by-step video and some practice projects. So, I was following the video instructions and trying to replicate the step. In the end I concluded my learning strategies: Watch-Absorb-Replicate-Modify. Before I tried these strategies, I bought an 800-page book trying to learn the software through textbook, I realized that is not work will for me very quickly. First, English is my second language, so the reading is my biggest weakness. Even though I am still working on improving my reading skill and I am not afraid to step out of my comfort zone, but studying through Watch-Absorb-Replicate-Modify is still my preferred method for studying new knowledge. 
Some researchers believe that we do not have just one “strongest” learning style, but in fact, will use a variety of styles based on what it is we are trying to learn. Can you think of a learning task that you might face in which your “strongest” learning style might not work? Which one might work better? 
When I am working on a new math problem, I have a tough time absorbing the information just by watching a video or illustration. It does not seem that big of different between learning a new software skill or a math problem, but I think because the math problem has more logical thinking invoked, that could be the reason I am having the tough time to learn math problem just by watching. I found out that when I am learning math problems, I perform better by reading the text instruction. Which is my weakest strength. So, at this point, my weakest strength is to become my strongest strength. Like the book says: 
“Studying in college is complicated because there are so many ways to study and so many different types of classes to study for.” (Shushan, J. (2019). The Pocket Guide to College Success. (Pg.72) [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved from https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781319262921/) 
Based on the VARK Questionnaire Results page, identify two strategies from the help sheet links that might benefit you in an educational setting. Explain if you can start using these strategies right away in FOR110. 
The first strategy I want use is: “Use plenty of examples when you talk, discuss, present or write.” (Kinesthetic Strategies – To present information to other [https://vark-learn.com/strategies/kinesthetic-strategies/ (Links to an external site.)]) 
That is the strategy I have been using for schoolwork and in my workplace. When I am working on an assignment, I always like to include some personal thoughts and experiences. The reason I am doing this is because I want feedback. I want to share what is on my mind at this moment, and if I am wrong and someone willing to point out where I had wronged, he can pinpoint exactly where and which step. Also, sharing personal experience is not just by providing another way that can work, it also can help to create connections between people. In my workplace, we have a program called “Lesson Learned.” Each one of them is based on a real situation, it can be someone producing a new idea of solving the problems or someone doing something wrong. In my opinion, we should treat learning from someone else’s success and fail is a valuable lesson, because that can help us not to create the same mistake or simply find a good method to solve the problems. That is why I would like to include plenty of examples, because it not just helps me to learn, it also can help someone else to learn from it. 
The second strategy I want use is: “look for opportunities to apply what you have learned.” (Kinesthetic Strategies – To present information to other [https://vark-learn.com/strategies/kinesthetic-strategies/])   
This is my number one strategy for learning new information. I believe learning is not copying and pasting. I think learning is the combination of acknowledging the critical concept and the ability to apply it to different scenarios. For me, if I don’t apply the thing that I learn to practice, I will quickly forget what I just learned, even just by changing the number on the question will help me remember the key concept better. The reason I value this strategy so much is because in the real world or test, there is hardly ever I can find the question that is identical to the textbook! If I couldn’t digest the knowledge I learn and apply it to the different scenarios, then I was not learning, I was memorizing! 
Complete the following 64-question personality survey based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.). Report your type (example: ISTP), read the full description under the Self-development heading, and then explain how you can use this information personally, academically, and professionally. 
After the test I found out my personality is: INFJ. After reding the Self-development heading, I think it will help me in these areas: 
For my personal life, the context mentioned INFJs hold deep convictions about the weightier matters of life, I can’t agree with this more. I believe the poppers of life should be meaningful, not only for myself, but also for the people around me. This will not only help me clearly identify my goal, but it will also help to remind me what is behind the goal about who I am and where I came from.  
For my professional, the context mentioned the INFJ personality are generally “doers” as well as dreamers. This is a big advantage for me in my workplace. As I mentioned before, I work in a very demanding field that my company will not take imposable or no as an answer. Often time we need to have someone like that who can think differently to come up with a different answer and put it into practice.  
For academics, the context mentioned in the INFJs has clearest insights of all the types into the motivations of others. I think that can be a big advantage for me. Because I know I am a motivation driven person, there are times that I feel that I just want to let go of the online school because of how hard it is to manage everything in my life on top of school. So, having a strong motivation is definably will push me forward along the way. 

Complete the following VARK QuestionnaireLinks to an external site. (Links to an

Complete the following VARK QuestionnaireLinks to an external site. (Links to an external site.). Based on this survey, what appears to be your strongest learning style? Do you agree? If you do agree, explain why. If you don’t agree with the survey results, what do you feel is your strongest learning style and why?
Based on the survey, my learning style is mild kinesthetic.  I agree with this because it states that a person with that learning behavior likes things that are real.  For example, I learn better when I see an actual tutorial or follow step by step instructions with pictures.  Being able to visualize what the outcome is helps to ensure that I am following procedures correctly.   VARK Learn Limited (2022)
Some researchers believe that we do not have just one “strongest” learning style, but in fact, will use a variety of styles based on what it is we are trying to learn. Can you think of a learning task that you might face in which your “strongest” learning style might not work? Which one might work better?
A task that my learning style would not benefit would be anything that is only audible.  If I had an assignment where I was to listen to a video or a recording that that only verbally explained, I would have to use the read/write learning style to be successful.  When I am being taught something without an example to follow, I have to make sure that I am taking detailed notes to reflect on.  If an assignment does not offer any visual guidance, I also like to talk with someone or research it to make sure the idea that I have is aligned with what is requested. 
Based on the VARK Questionnaire Results page, identify two strategies from the help sheet links that might benefit you in an educational setting. Explain if you can start using these strategies right away in FOR110.
One strategy was to put plenty examples into my notes.  Examples are beneficial because they help you relate what you are learning to reality.  If I have more examples, I will have a better understanding of the true concept of what I am learning.  Another suggestion was to use previous assessments to learn from for the future.  I think this can be helpful in FOR110 because I can look at the feedback that I received and use that to enhance my next assignment.  VARK Learn Limited (2022)
Complete the following 64-question personality survey based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approachLinks to an external site. (Links to an external site.). Report your type (example: ISTP), read the full description under the Self-development heading, and then explain how you can use this information personally, academically, and professionally.
My personality type is Introvert Intuitive Feelings and Judging (INFJ).  The description was very relatable to how I really think and feel.  There were a lot of things mentioned that helped me understand possibly why I think certain ways and how I may come off to certain people.  The only negative or eye-opening insight was the mentioning of how someone with my personality can be empathetic but also cause discomfort in stressful situations.  I am self-aware and I can tell when my energy is affecting someone else.  I am going to monitor myself the next time I am in a stressful situation whether it be in life, work or school to see if I am being positive.  If not, I will take steps to ensure that I am working to improve my character.  Humanmetrics Inc. (1998-2022)