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Transcript: Ethics of Case Studies There is an opportunity to study phenomena that would not be studied otherwise. Case studies can permit insight to a social phenomena or group. Stimulates new research. They are capable of contradicting existing theories or creating new ones. Case Studies Ideas If there is a few number of participants in the study there is a risk of them being identified within the study. The researchers must do their best to preserve the animosity of the participants. Participants are often required to be actively involved in their research which can be both time consuming and may require self-reflection. This may affect the participants negatively by them having to deal with negative emotions and memories. The researcher must have to deal with this in an ethic manner. S*** You Need to Know Notes By: Meagan, Chet and Taylor Ideas Intrinsic: Represent nothing but themselves. They are interesting in their own right. Ex: A person who has been kept in a basement for many years by a predator. Instrumental: Represent more general phenomena of interest. Ex: A child being homeless, losing a loved one, being diagnosed with cancer. Descriptive: Generate a detailed description of a phenomenon. Studied without use of previous studies. Ex: Used to create or describe new phenomena. Explanatory: Aim to describe and find possible explanations for phenomena. Ex: A study conducted to reinforce or create studies. Limitations of Case Studies Types of Case Studies Data for case studies can come from dairy entries, questionnaires, semi-structured interviews, participant observations, personal notes and official documents. There is some difficulty in defining a case study. There is a possibility of researcher bias. Memories can be distorted and effects of social desirability affect the results of case studies. Case Studies: A research strategy Ideas Strengths of Case Study

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Transcript: Endocrine System Endocrine System diseases/disorders: Diabetes: Diabetes mellitus is the most common endocrine disorder. It is caused when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body can not use the insulin that is available. Symptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes are: Having the need to drink or eat alot Fatigue Having the need to urinate alot Nausea and vomiting Unexplained weight loss or gain vision changes Addison's disease: Addison's disease occurs when there is a decreased production of cortisol and aldosterone due to adrenal gland damage. Symptoms of Addison's disease include: Depression Diarrhea Fatigue headache low blood glucose low blood pressure Unexplained weight loss salt cravings Loss of appetite Loss of strenght Cushing's syndrome: Cushing's syndrome occurs when there is too much cortisol produced by adrenal glands. Symptoms of Cushing's syndrome include : Fat between the shoulder blades Skin discoloration Fatigue Feeling thirsty Osteoporosis Having the need to urinate alot High blood sugar High blood pressure Mood changes Obesity of the upper body Loss of strenght Grave's disease: Grave's disease is when you have a over active thyroid which results in excessive thyroid hormone production. Symptoms of Grave disease include: Diarrhea Having difficulty sleeping Enlarged eyes Fatigue and weakness Heat intolerance Irregular heart rate Mood changes Rapid heart rate Red skin on the shins Tremors Unexplained weight loss CASE STUDIES: Johnny: Patient 1 Age: 23 years old One day Johnny went to the movies. While watching the movie, he became very hungry and thirsty, so he bought 2 large popcorns, 3 candy bars, and 3 medium sodas. As you can see, he wasn't concerned about health. He went to the bathroom a lot during the movie and once he accidentally went into the girls bathroom. He said that he couldn't "see the sign." Later on in the week he started to vomit and he lost a lot of weight. Mariah: Patient 2 Age:20 years old Medical history: Family has history of high blood pressure and high blood sugar A few days ago, Mariah went on a date. Before the date she looked into the mirror and saw that her upper body, face, and neck-shoulder area had gotten bigger. On her way to the restaurant, she started to act irritated all of a sudden. At the restaurant, she went to the bathroom a lot. When her boyfriend took off her coat for her he noticed bruising on her skin. Karen: Patient 3 Age: 18 years old Medical History: Has a family history of low blood pressure and she herself has low blood glucose For the past few weeks, Karen had felt very tired, weak, and had many headaches. She eve felt very depressed for some reason. She did not know if this was happening because of the hard work at school or if she was sick. She went to the doctor's that day to pick up antidepressant pills. On her way home, she bought 2 large bags of potato chips. However, she threw them away because she lost her appetite. After a couple of weeks, she thought she had gained weight, on the contrary, she had actually loss weight. Gary: Patient 4 Age: 34 years old Medical History: Has an irregular rapid heart rate and history of tremors After a long "hot" day at work, Gary was extremely angry, tired, and weak. When he went to take a shower he noticed that he had diarrhea, and when he looked in the mirror with his large eyes he saw thick, red skin on his shins. When he went to the doctor for a regular check up he found out he lost a lot of weight. He came home at 11 p.m but couldn't fall asleep. Vocabulary: Cortisol-is a steroid hormone, it is released in response to stress and low level of blood gluccorticoids. Aldosterone-is a steroid hormone and a functional unit of kidney to cause conservation of sodium, secretion of potassium, increased water retention, and increased blood pressure Risk factors of endocrine disorders: High cholesterol levels Family history of disorder Lack of exercise Personal history of autoimmune disorder Not eating healthy Having recent surgery, trauma, infection, or serious injury Sources: BY: ARIFUL, SAKIB, & MATTHEW :D Gender: female ~Case Studies Gender: Male Gender: female Gender: Male

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Transcript: Beyoncé Knowles (born September 4, 1981) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress. She first became famous in 1990 as the lead singer of Destiny's Child yet in 2003 became a solo artist with her first album. Beyoncé genre of music is mainly R&B, pop, and soul. Beyoncé has been singing since age 6 when she started competing in various contests. By age 9 she had won over 60 trophies. She then started singing in a group (Girls Tyme). They landed a spot on Star Search. They didnt win the competion but at age 15 Beyoncé and her group (renamed Destiny's Child) were signed and very quickly became very well known. Beyoncé is with Columbia Records which is owned by Sony Music Entertainment. Many other artists are also with Columbia Records. Some of these are Kasabian, MGMT, Paul McCartney, Katy Perry, The Rolling Stones and The Vaccines. Columbia Records Beyonce had been signed with Columbia Records since she was 15. Columbia Records is an American record label, owned by Japan's Sony Music Entertainment, operating under the Columbia Music Group with Aware Records. After leaving her fathers management team, Beyonce now manages her self. 1996: Recording contract 1997: First single (Destiny's Child) 1998: First album (Destiny's Child) 1999: Second group album 2001: Third group album, Destiny's Child split, Christmas Destiny's Child album 2003: Beyonce debut album - 17 songs 2004: Last Destiny's Child album 2006: B-Day album - 11 songs 2008: I Am Sasha Fierce album - 16 songs 2011: 4 album - 12 songs You can get both physical and digital versions of Beyonce's songs. Her latest album, 4, is available in stores such as HMV and online websites such as amazon. Her songs are also available to stream on things such as youtube and spotify. They would also be able to be downloaded for free through things such as youtube converter and limewire (illegally). Two Door Cinema Club are an indie rock band from Northern Ireland. Formed in 2007, the band is composed of band members: Sam Halliday (lead guitar, backing vocals), Alex Trimble (vocals, rhythm guitar, beats, synths) and Kevin Baird (bass, backing vocals). Two Door Cinema Club are from 2 independent record labels. These are Glassnote Records and Kitsuné. Other artists that are also in this record label are Mumford and Sons, Secondhand Serenade and The Temper Trap. They started by an increased interest in their music on their MySpace page, they then gave up their university places and began work on studio material. An EP "Four Words To Stand On" was positively received by critics and a number of music blogs featured articles about the band and their popularity increased in 2009, they then began recording their debut album. Jan 2009: EP "Four Words To Stand On" released. July 2009: Began recording their debut album at Eastcote Studios in London with Eliot James. Feb 2010: Debut album was released titled Tourist History (10 tracks)

Case Studies

Transcript: (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Decisions Reporting Officer(s): Officer Alexa & Officer Alyssa Zach was found to be stalking Yvonne after she had broken up with him. He was said to have been calling her house during the evenings to see if was was home. The police had caught him outside of her house looking into her windows, and in the back of his vehicle was a 22 calibri rifle which had been loaded. Facts; Incident/Issue: Zach, 17, has been following Yvonne around since she had broken up with him. He has been calling her during the evenings and hanging up to check if she is at home. He was caught by the police hanging around her house and looking in the windows. In his car was a loaded 22 calibre rifle. Report Summary: Zach is charged with possession of a gun and the act of stalking. He will be attending counseling for 6 months. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Yvonne has placed a restraining order on Zach. POLICE REPORT Charged with possession of a gun with a fine of 1600$. Information Placed in counseliong for 6 months. Crime/Incident Report Prepared By: Yvonne Heffalump OurThoughts We think that it would be fair for the offender to go to councel instead of court because its not like he has a past record. Also he did to physical harm to the victim. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Date: January 28, 2005 Actions Taken: The offender will be charged with possession of a gun with a fine of 1600$. He will be attending counseling for 6 months and will not be permitted to be within 100 meters of the victim. During his counseling he will be under house arrest. For a month after the counseling he will be authorized back into the public with supervision. Under the youth criminical justice act there are a couple different types of offences which are the Summary, Indictable, and Hybrid Offences. For this case we think that it falls in the Summary Offence category because there was only tresspassing, and the cause of disturbance which is a part of that type of offence. *Nothing was found about the charges for posession of a weapon. Y.C.J.A CASE STUDIES (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Case # 3

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Transcript: Swimming and bathing Recommended and popular Awareness of safety People choose more sociable activities Athletics Technological advancements Events specialised and linked with risk Football Technological advancements Smaller gardens Cricket Technological advancements Summer game Tennis Technological advancements Poor public perception Stage 2 - Social Control Athletics today 1842 Stage 2 - Social Control Massive media coverage Some of the best known games of mob football were in Ashbourne and Derby Healthy lifestyle Occupational Wagering 1842 And one more thing... A difficult game 1914 Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Inter-house competitions 1828 1828 Exploitation was widespread Natural Rational Recreation Annual sports day Not considered a lifetime sport Public Schools 1824 Rational Recreation 1842 Popular Inter-house participation From late-17th-century, footmen were employed as messengers or runners Stage 2 - Social Control Public Schools Lottery funding River was the commercial centre of the area 1824 1914 1842 1842 Drinking and play were closely associated Stage 2 - Social Control Public schools Increasing popularity Regular and regulated 1790 Popular recreation 1828 Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism 1790 1914 1824 1914 Sophisticated courts varied in size and shape Popular Football today Wagering Characteristics 1842 1842 Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism "Caps" and fixtures introduced Characteristics Wagering Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality 1914 Stage 2 - Social reform Stage 2 - Social Control 1842 1914 Barriers Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality 1828 Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism Baths had first and second class facilities 1828 Public Schools Local Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Technical advancement Stage 2 - Social Control 1842 1914 Some courts built Important social occasion Throughout history, authorities frowned on mob games Non-violent 1842 Stage 2 - Social Control Lottery funding 1828 1824 Rational Recreation A large range of popular games and contests were played before the advent of modern sports Stage 2 - Social Control Rural Public Schools Simple, affordable and fitted perfectly 1842 Free entry Stage 2 - Social Control Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism Public Schools Violent Decreasing parental involvement Adequate media coverage 1790 Stage 3 - Athleticism More formalised football rules Rural Stage 1 - bullying and brutality 1790 Frozen rivers provided a surface for festivals Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism Formal game Stage 2 - Social Control Popular recreation Public Schools 1842 Helped stop spread disease Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism Cricket today Local Public Schools Purpose-built facilities Swimming masters oversee safety Industrialisation made towns crowded 1824 1914 Popular Stage 2 - Social reform 1842 Natural Character-building Public schools Rural/urban Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism 1790 Bathing for pleasure was common Learning to swim was a necessity Shrove tuesday became a traditional day for mob games Stage 3 - Athleticism Lottery funding 1828 1790 1828 Lottery funding Huge class division Popular recreation Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism 1842 Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Rural 1842 1790 Tennis today Originated in France 1842 Upper-class involvement Public Schools Simple rules Characteristics Non-violent 1842 Local 1824 Characteristics Stage 3 - Athleticism Trespass restricted or banned Character building Stage 2 - Social Control 1828 Natural facilities Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Natural Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Character-building Barriers 1790 Transferred directly into schools Barriers Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism Local Limited indoor facilites Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Players could not afford to take unpaid time from work due to injury Stage 1 - Bullying and Brutality Village wakes were associated with praise and worship Popular recreation 1842 1842 1828 Gentry patrons employed estate workers for talents Occupational Full technical development Focus for community solidarity and comradeship Popular recreation Characteristics Stage 1 - bullying and brutality 1914 1828 William Clarke XI helped develop cricket Popular Stage 2 - Social Control 1914 Public schools Stage 2 - Social reform 1914 1824 1790 Some professionals looked elsewhere for employment 1914 Stage 1 - bullying and brutality Swimming today 1824 "Fives", "racquets" and "squash" developed 1842 Rules could be locally adapted Mob games and first melting pot activities 1824 Technical advancement Stage 2 - Social reform Stage 3 - The Cult of Athleticism Attracted widespread wagering Gentry patrons were their promoters Conclusion Occassional 1790 1790 Limited facilites Limited media coverage Complex rules Low self-confidence Non-violent 1828 Professional coaching Stage 1 - bullying and brutality Occassional 1914 1842 They were sometimes bizarre,always lively and often tragic Urbanisation lead to end of rural

PowerPoint Game Templates

Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.

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