This section of your final exam provides you with an opportunity to apply all of the information you have learned throughout the course to the work that you will be doing as a certified professional.<br>You will be presented with two client profiles, and will be asked to design a 12-week period program for each client. In addition to describing the logistics of the program, you will also be asked to explain why you have designed the program the way that you have. Approach these clients as you would approach a real-life situation. Your client should be able to take your program and put it into practice without having to contact you for explanation of what to do or why to do it. Before you finalize your submission, make sure your program passes the following tests: Is the training program that you are designing appropriate, safe, and effective for the client, given the client’s physical abilities and primary goals? Could you defend your program from a legal standpoint? Who would be held liable if your client was injured during training because of either lifting too much weight or exceeding a certain heart rate? Is your program justifiable from a business standpoint? Are you professional with your current clients? Would they refer their friends, family, or colleagues to you based on the guidance that you provide in your program design? Imagine that YOU are the paying client. Would you feel that your money was well spent if you were handed the training program/dietary recommendations?
Power in Television and Society
There is always a struggle for power. Whether we are trying to become a supervisor at work, or fighting for a million dollars, the quest for power is nearly constant. This is also true in television. The current trend of reality call in shows puts the power in the hands of the voting audience, yet the network still decides what to show us and when to show it. In the struggle for television supremacy is the audience really in control? Do we, the audience, have any authority/power in dictating what we see on television? Or is the power that we seem to have just an illusion? How important is power in our society? How does that importance of power play out on our television screens?
Native American studies; write the names oof the Indigenous tribes or nations that traditionally claimed at least part of the homeland in what is now Nebraska.
According to Jill Lepore, Long Division: Measuring the Polarization of American Politics, How have political scientists attempted to measure and study the causes of the growing polarization in American politics?
- What is the connection between ancient West African art, music, and literature and African American culture?
What is the Nat Turner revolt in African American History?
What is the Denmark Vesey revolt in African American History ?
What does “Antonio, a Negro” represent in African American history?
“Antonio a Negro” was among the very first Angola-African people to arrive in America. He came by boat on “The James” to Virginia in 1619, with other blacks and whites, as an indentured servant.
You should write a short essay on each of the following questions.
1. The field of African and African American studies is a relatively new area of academic inquiry. Discuss some of the major challenges that the field has had to overcome to become an established and legitimate academic field.
2. What were some of the basic features of the states that emerged in the Nile valley? How does one explain some of the differences that came to exist among them?
3. Discuss the impact of the Atlantic slave trade and slavery on Africa, the United States and Europe. What were the defining characteristics of the institution of slavery in America that distinguished it from slavery in Africa and Asia?
Discuss the unionization process in detail
An Analysis of the Changes in State and Federal Laws in the Formation of Labor Unions
The Quick Spread of Unionization in the Southern United States
The Identification and Explanation of the Major Issues Relative to the Unionization Process
Describe African American experience between 1890 and 1975