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The final assignment for this course is broken down into 5 separate parts, with each part due each week. In Week 5, you will submit 1 cohesive. 3,500- to 4,200-word family analysis paper that combines the family analysis papers from Weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4, and includes the conclusion and genogram analysis from Week 5, along with a genogram graphic.
Write a 350- to 700-word introduction and initial analysis of your family in which you list different types of families represented in your family and describe the evolution of your family composition.
Include the following in your introduction and family analysis:
Submit this paper to the Assignment Files tab for grading and faculty feedback in Week 1.
Write a 350- to 700-word analysis of your family in which you analyze gender roles within your family dynamics, describe how socioeconomics affects your family, and identify the familial characteristics related to race-ethnicity and cultural history of your family.
Address the following in your paper:
Submit this paper to the Assignment Files tab for grading and faculty feedback in Week 2.
Write a 350- to 700-word analysis of your family in which you examine issues related to sexuality and your family, describe the different aspects that impact families and marriage, and analyze how work and employment impacts your family.
Include the following in your paper, if applicable:
Submit this paper to the Assignment Files tab for grading and faculty feedback in Week 3.
Write a 350- to 700-word analysis of your family in which you summarize challenges associated with parenting and becoming a family, describe the different roles of parents in your family, and explain issues that impact intergenerational families.
Consider the following in your paper, if applicable to your family:
Submit this paper to the Assignment Files tab for grading and faculty feedback in Week 4.
Research legislation that impacts modern families in your community. The legislation is not limited to, but can be about, any topics discussed in the course that impact families. Each Learning Team member should select 1 law to research, so that multiple laws illustrated, and potentially multiple communities represented in your presentation.
Create a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, illustrating how legislation impacts modern families.
Include the following details in your presentation for each law:
Include a minimum 3 sources in your presentation.
Format any citations within your presentation according to APA guidelines.
Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your presentation.
Integrate the feedback you have received from your faculty member on your previous family analysis papers submitted in Weeks 1 through 4.
Combine your previous papers into a 3,500- to 4,200-word paper in which you synthesize what you have learned into a conclusion.
Apply the concepts learned from your family history and genogram to a human service and/or counseling scenario.
Discuss the following in your Final Family Analysis paper:
A genogram can be a helpful visual tool to keep track of family members, the quality of relationships in each family, and assist a human service worker in determining the needs and services from which the family may benefit.
Create a genogram for your family based on your analysis and using a genogram template/program.
Use the Preferred Genogram Guide as an example. You may use Microsoft® Word®, Microsoft® Visio®, or another program of your choice to create your genogram.
Cite at least 2 peer-reviewed sources.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Submit your final paper and genogram using the Assignment Files tab above.