• Episode 4 – Case Study – Debriefing in Crisis Intervention.mp4
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    Episode 4 – Case Study – Debriefing in Crisis Intervention.mp4

    There is an essential need for crisis intervention skills- -within the Swedish Armed Forces. An increasing part of military personnel are stationed abroad- -on international assignments- -and many experience stressful and traumatic situations while on mission. How people are affected by such events is individual- -and depends on things like previous experiences- -ability to handle stress and psychological stability. To avoid psychological damage from traumatic experiences- -a well structured crisis intervention system is important. Debriefing conversations are one part of this system. Today, debriefing education and training- -is conducted in a classroom environment. First, the course students attend lectures and classes- -where theories on the subject are discussed. After the…

  • Understanding the Function and Effective Interventions for Cluster B Personality Disorder Symptoms
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    Understanding the Function and Effective Interventions for Cluster B Personality Disorder Symptoms

    Hi everybody and welcome to today’s presentation on strengths based biopsychosocial approach to recovery from personality disorders. Now a lot of times personality disorders kind of get a bad rap because they are perceived to be intractable or untreatable, and in this presentation I really want to look at some of the characteristics of personality disorders in ways they can be modified. Will people always have those behaviors available to them in the back of their head certainly but can we help them develop new healthier behaviors I do believe so so over the next 45 minutes or an hour we’re going to review the characteristics of cluster B personality…

  • Saving Schools: History, Politics, and Policy in U.S. Education | HarvardX on edX | About Video
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    Saving Schools: History, Politics, and Policy in U.S. Education | HarvardX on edX | About Video

    I’m Paul Peterson. I’m the director of the education policy and governance program at Harvard University. Clearly, the US educational system needs to do better by its next generation of students so that they can perform effectively in the world economy of the 21st century. Saving Schools is a four course sequence. In all four courses we are asking leading practitioners and experts to join us, to discuss why we have headed in the direction we are going, and what steps need to be taken in the future. In the fourth course, we look at proposals to give families more school choices. A quarter of families today have a child…

  • Polity Lecture (IAS) : Sovereignty And The Constitution Of India (Preamble) || Likhaai
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    Polity Lecture (IAS) : Sovereignty And The Constitution Of India (Preamble) || Likhaai

    Sovereignty and the Constitution of India. Let’s see the meaning of the word Sovereignty first. sovereignty literally means to possess supreme or ultimate power Over a state; to have a kind of authority over the state; to have authority over it. its a quality that whatever decision that you want to make there’s no one to question you that is what you should do? or what you should not do? or how you are doing it and why you are not doing it? it is something like that. In the Constitution of India on the first thing that is the preamble we have this word written as the first keyword…

  • Polity Lecture (IAS) : Constitution Of India : An Overview || Likhaai
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    Polity Lecture (IAS) : Constitution Of India : An Overview || Likhaai

    The Constitution of India, as we know a Constitution of a Country is the supreme law of any Nation or it is also called as the most Fundamental Governing Document of a country It describes the type of polity which exists in a country that is, whether a country is a Democracy Or whether it is a Monarchy Or it could be a Military Rule or what ever kind of polity that exist in a country. It will be held by the constitution of the country It also tells, What kind of privileges are provided to the citizens of the nation? Whether they will be treated as equal? for example,…

  • The Seventh Amendment | US government and civics | Khan Academy
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    The Seventh Amendment | US government and civics | Khan Academy

    – [Kim] Hi, this is Kim from Khan Academy. Today we’re learning more about the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Seventh Amendment guarantees the right to juries in civil cases, when the value in controversy is greater than $20. To learn more about the Seventh Amendment, I talked with two experts. Renee Lerner is the Donald Philip Rothschild Research Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School. She specializes in U.S. and English legal history, and she’s written extensively about the history of American juries. Suja Thomas is the Peer and Sarah Pederson Professor of Law at the Illinois College of Law. Her research interests include jury…

  • The Third Amendment | The National Constitution Center | US government and civics | Khan Academy
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    The Third Amendment | The National Constitution Center | US government and civics | Khan Academy

    – [Kim] Hi, this is Kim from Khan Academy and today, I’m learning more about the Third Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which states that no soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. This amendment clearly draws its inspiration from the Quartering Acts that caused a great deal of tension between the American colonies and Great Britain leading up to the American Revolution. But does it have any relevance to our lives today? To learn more, I sought out the help of two experts. Jay Wexler…

  • Unadopted amendments to the Bill of Rights | US government and civics | Khan Academy
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    Unadopted amendments to the Bill of Rights | US government and civics | Khan Academy

    – [Kim] Hi, this is Kim from Khan Academy. Did you know that what we call the First Amendment today was actually the third amendment in the original draft of the Bill of Rights? In fact, there were more than 200 proposed amendments which were whittled down to just 12. That’s right, 12, not 10. So what were those two proposed amendments that weren’t ratified along with the other 10? The unadopted amendments. To learn more, I talked to Fergus Bordewich. He’s a writer and a historian, and the author of The First Congress: How James Madison, George Washington, and a Group of Extraordinary Men Invented the Government. These unadopted…