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Tutor profile: Lina T.

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Lina T.
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Subject: Writing

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Explain how to determine which form of the pronoun of "who" to use? (whom, who, whose, whoever, whosever?" Show your work to correct this sentence: Give the gift to "whoever" you please.

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Answer:

Rephrase the sentence and plug in "he" or "him". If you would fill in "he", place "who". If you would fill in "him", place "whom". Sentence: Give "him" the gift. Give the gift to "whomever" you please.

Subject: Sociology

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Describe Émile Durkheim's theory of functionalism and its comparison to the human body.

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Social events can best be described by the functions they form and the contributions they bring forth to society's continuum. Each organ within the human body plays a vital role to the wellbeing of the whole person. If the heart or liver were to fail in their functions, the whole system would be damaged, not just the organ itself.

Subject: Psychology

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What does the school of behaviorism focus on? Who were some contributors?

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The school of behaviorism focuses on how our actions and responses are reflexes conditioned by rewards and punishments. Watson is considered the father of behaviorism, while Skinner was a contributor in this school with more studies on term operant conditioning.

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