Assignment: sound doctrinal belief
Assignment: sound doctrinal belief
Assignment: Was there any sort of relationship between church attendance and sound doctrinal belief based on your data set?
Topic: Lab Project Phase 5
The last Discussion Board Forum is the final phase of the Lab Project, which gives you a chance to reflect on the results you obtained and share your thoughts with the class. You have collected the data, run the tests, and presented the results—now you can step back and think about what it might mean.
- Was there any sort of relationship between church attendance and sound doctrinal belief based on your data set? Remember, each of you may have gotten different results, so there is no right or wrong answer. Do these results match your initial prediction from Discussion Board Forum 1, or are they different?
- How generalizable do you think your results are?
- Do the results reflect the statements made by Quarles (2011) in the excerpt you read earlier (of little relationship between the variables), or do they demonstrate something different?
- Write about at lea
- st 1 implication these results could have for pastors, Sunday school teachers, and other church leaders.
Young and the Restless
Week 11: Couples Therapy Movie Experience & Paper (28 points)
Couples Therapy Movie/TV Experience & Analysis Paper (Due week 11): 28 points
Couples Therapy Movies Experience & Analysis Paper based is based on the UCLA Marriage Enrichment Program & Happily Ever After The Movies & Relationship Study (A research study that is being conducted by Professor Ronald D. Rogge from the University of Rochester’s Department of Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology) as well as the “PAIR Program” Promoting Awareness and Improving Relationships with Movies, my experience as a LMHC, LPC and LMFT Clinical Supervisor, Prepare/Enrich Certified Marital Counselor, Certified Supreme Court Mediator, and Certified Parent Coordinator.
“A recent study at UCLA of Couples after the first 3 years of marriage (Roggie, et al., 2014) suggested that couples felt enriched by watching movies together and then “engaging in relationship focused” discussions after each movie. In these conversations the couple would discuss how their relationship was similar to different from the intimate relationship portrayed in each movie.’
This is a self-growth and Movie/TV analysis experience activity. Ideally doing this with a partner would be fun however not required. You can do this alone and base it on a relationship you had or one you hope to have or your family. It is not important to disclose if it is your relationship that you are using if you do not want to however be consistent with who you are using in your reflections.
The best approach to this assignment is to pick a show or a movie and watch it the beginning of the term and then at the end unless you choose a TV show to “binge” watch as part of this class or over the 3 months of class to immerse yourself into the show and couples you will be assessing and exploring in this project and take notes based on the assessment questions each time you watch the movie/show.
You will be looking at the following objectives for the couple:
• Explore strength and growth areas
• Strengthen communication skills
• Identify and manage major stressors
• Conflict resolution abilities
• Develop a more balanced relationship
• Explore family of origin issues
• Discuss financial planning and budgeting
• Establish personal, couple and family goals
• Understand and appreciate personality differences
Your Task (Cut and Paste these questions into a WORD document and create a template to use while watching movies/TV shows of your choice):
1) Pick 1 movie or “binge” watch a TV show (at least 4-6 episodes) related to Couples and Family.
2) Answer the following questions in a journal format or paper if you choose referencing the TV show/movies you watch, your text and other Couple and Family Therapy resources you use to support your thoughts/ideas.
1. What movie/TV shows did you watch? List the name of the show/date/and title of the TV show for reference.
2. What was the main relationship portrayed in the movie/TV show? What are the names of the characters on the show and what actors played those characters? *This is the relationship you will be focusing on for your analysis.
3. Presenting Problems: What main problems did the couple face? Are any similar to the problems that you have ever faced in your relationship as a couple, past relationship as a couple or as a family?