scs 200 week 2 responses .pdf - Starie Brown Applied Social science Southern New Hampshire University Week 2 Responses 1.The beliefs and values of the

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Starie Brown Applied Social science Southern New Hampshire University 11/4/2019 Week 2 Responses 1.The beliefs and values of the Navajo known as Laws of Dine. Law of dine includes the balance of any of their discernments that require an authorized peaceful ruling which they refer to as conflict resolution. One belief and value is the healing practices they use for healthcare tactics . Before the government developed laws to assist in better healthcare quality these were practiced rituals using medicines originally from plants. 2. Navajo have incorporated their beliefs and values into the societal structure on the reservation since regaining some autonomy in the 1970's is the advancement of healthcare. Using up to date medication with the past traditional practices of using homemade herbs and rituals 3.What beliefs and values can be found in your culture of Baptist vies and that prayer changes
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Unformatted text preview: things. In my life I grew up in a church background where talking to god lead to successful outcomes . I was also taught in church that the way you live your life influences your future . Following a godly path can lead to a hopeful long lifetime . My mother has taught me to never give up or quite on anything I set out to achieve. 4.sociologist 1. How could digital addictions be prevented? 2. Can we format a clear connection between internet addiction and younger generations? psychologist 1. why do you think people feel useless with technology devices such as computer, phones ? 2. How is digital technology harmful to education ? anthropologist 1. How has digital technology positively influenced students in class ? 2. What are the effects of a digital addiction?...
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