THIS PAPER MUST BE IN PLAIN AMERICAN ENGLISH> IT MUST USE THE BOOK AND THE TEXT as well as 1 other reference. It has to make sense and be well thought out and at masters level from a social work prespective.
Answer the following questions in an APA formatted paper:
1. In the introduction to The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog, Dr. Perry draws a distinction between being human and being humane ? What are the differences? Provide a personal or historical example to illustrate your point.
2. What is the author’s main idea? Summarize it in one-to-two sentences. Does he consistently come back to this idea in each case he examines? Explain, using examples from the various chapters.
3. In many of the sessions Dr. Perry describes doing a coloring activity with the children he works with. How does this help his relationship with the children? What are some of his other techniques? Could you use these in your social work practice?
4. In your opinion, did the children you’re reading about in The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog have an opportunity to experience a normal adult life? Explain your answer; cite the text if possible.
5. In the chapter, “Skin Hunger,” Dr. Perry describes and explains the concept of the “Failure to Thrive.” What does it mean? What were some key points about the ability to thrive that were made in the chapter? What are some of the causes and lasting problems associated with the condition?
6. What is a good environment? Does this vary for cultural or economic reasons?
7. According to the book, why was Tina unable to behave normally for a child her age? Is she a “lost case” as they say, or does she still have the ability to overcome the difficulties of her youth? Cite the text, and provide evidence to support your opinion.
8. In chapter five, “The Coldest Heart,” Leon is diagnosed as a sociopath. In your opinion, who is responsible for his condition? Explain, providing textual support and evidence. What can we learn from his story?
9. Summarize the story of the chapter “The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog” in 5-8 sentences. What lessons did Dr. Perry learn from Connor and Justin?
10. Which is more important, nature (biology) or nurture (environment)? Provide an example.
11. Are the roles of socioeconomic class and race important elements in the work that Dr. Perry does? Does he handle these issues well? Explain.
12. What is RAD? How does a child acquire the disorder, and what are the symptoms?
13. In his conclusion, Dr. Perry gives a summation of his ideas. What are some of the ways that Dr. Perry suggests that children, and all people, can do to thrive?
14. Dr. Perry states in his chapter, “Healing Communities,” that “The world we live in now is biologically disrespectful.” Explain what he means; interpret the idea. Do you agree?
15. Overall, what did you learn? Summarize what you learned after reading this book in 1-2 paragraphs. How will you use the information you read about in your future social work practice?

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