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August 9, 2019

Why are the cases of Anna, Isabelle, and Genie important to social scientists

Short Answer Response: 1. Why are the cases of Anna, Isabelle, and Genie important to social scientists? Which case gives the best argument for the need humans have for socialization? 2. What differences did Carol Gilligan find in how males and females make moral judgments? Do you agree or disagree with her assessment? Why? 3. What did George Herbert Mead mean by “self”? What are the steps in the development of the self? Explain why George Herbert Mead’s theory of self can be described as completely social. 4. Cite several ways in which the family is central to the process […]
August 9, 2019

Body Ritual of the Nacirema

Please use the web link below to read the article: “Body Ritual of the Nacirema”, and post your personal views on their culture. http://personal-pages.lvc.edu/sayers/miner_nacirema.pdf
August 9, 2019

seeing the general in the particular

Short Answer Response: 1. What did Peter Berger mean when he said the sociological perspective is “seeing the general in the particular”? Why, in individualistic North America, can the sociological perspective be described as “seeing the strange in the familiar”? 2. What did C. Wright Mills mean by “the sociological imagination”? How does this point of view reveal a limitation of what members of our society call “common sense”? How does it change the way we see personal problems? 3. Name the three social changes in European history that were especially important to the development of sociology. Why did change […]
August 9, 2019

Seeing Sociology in Everyday Life

A reaction paper is a written paper in which students use critical thinking to illustrate their understanding of a particular subject matter. On the topic “Seeing Sociology in Everyday Life” and express your opinion. I, as the instructor, am not looking for anything in particular in the reaction papers, I simply use them to determine how you apply critical thinking skills to different topics. Papers can be either objective or subjective. Feel free to use other sources to complete the assignment. (DO NOT CUT AND PASTE!) Must be ONE full page
August 9, 2019

AUMC DIVERSITY ANALYSIS

Evaluate the following website: https://www.augustahealth.org ***APA format*** ***AMERICAN ENGLISH PLEASE!*** ***minimum five references…one will be the actual website www.augustahealth.org…one will be this textbook: Harvey, C., & Allard, M. (2015). Understanding and Managing Diversity Readings, Cases, and Exercises (6th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education Inc. …plus minimum of 3 other additional sources ***refer to the Diversity and Inclusion Awards: A Critical Examination on page 353 of the textbook ***must use attached outline***
August 9, 2019

Thinking About Diversity

Students choose the topic ” Thinking About Diversity” topic found in any of the chapters covered this semester to write what I call a “reaction paper” A reaction paper is a written paper in which students use critical thinking to illustrate their understanding of a particular subject matter. Select a topic and express your opinion. I, as the instructor, am not looking for anything in particular in the reaction papers, I simply use them to determine how you apply critical thinking skills to different topics. Papers can be either objective or subjective. Feel free to use other sources to complete […]
August 9, 2019

Controversy and Debate

On the topic ” Controversy and Debate” topic found in any of the chapters covered this semester to write what I call a “reaction paper” A reaction paper is a written paper in which students use critical thinking to illustrate their understanding of a particular subject matter. Select a topic and express your opinion. I, as the instructor, am not looking for anything in particular in the reaction papers, I simply use them to determine how you apply critical thinking skills to different topics. Papers can be either objective or subjective. Feel free to use other sources to complete the […]
August 9, 2019

Social Interactions in Everyday Life

Part of understanding social interaction in everyday life is understanding when and why we lie. Do you believe the average American is a liar? Do you believe you are an average American who lies? Do you believe there is ever a right time to lie?
August 9, 2019

Explain the difference between an ascribed status and an achieved status

1. Explain the difference between an ascribed status and an achieved status. Give examples of statuses that are mostly ascribed and those that are mostly achieved. Detail a situation where one may have to transition from one to the other 2. What is the Thomas theorem? Provide an example of how it works. How is this theorem an example of the process we call the “social construction of reality”? 3. Explain the basic approach called dramaturgical analysis. From this point of view, explain how we engage in the “presentation of self.” 4. Stan claims that gender has nothing to do […]
August 9, 2019

Sociological Imagination/Research Methods

After reading about the Sociological Imagination (chapter 1) and the blog Hoarding and the Sociology of Consumption (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., answer the following questions — Describe the aspects of culture (i.e. beliefs and values) in U.S. society that contribute to the obsession with obtaining more and more material goods. How might this consumerism be described as a “personal trouble??” How might it be understood as a “public issue??”
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