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August 8, 2019

Conditional Probability

Describe and or define in your own words, giving clear and concrete real-world examples, the following concepts as the relate to variables: Probability; Conditional Probability; False Negative; False Positive; Random Variable; Normal Curve or Normal Distribution; Positive Skew; Negative Skew; Standard Deviations in a Bell Curve; Bernoulli Distribution; Sampling Distribution; Margin of Error; 0.05 Threshold; Statistical Significance Be sure that your definition for each item is clear and practical. Make sure that your examples are visual (bars, graphs, charts, details, lists, etc.) so that I have a clear understanding of what you are trying to communicate. I am hoping that […]
August 8, 2019

What supports you achieving the American dream

Think about your own education, family and work circumstances and reflect on what the American Dream means to you. Using (and properly referencing) a) ideas and terminology from C. Wright Mills’ The Sociological Imagination: The Promise, b) the terms micro and macro, c) Chapter 1, and d) Two American Families, answer these 3 questions: What supports you achieving the American dream? What inhibits you from achieving the American Dream? What is your impression of how sociology can be used to learn about the American Dream of today, tomorrow or yesterday? Your original post should be no less than 250 words […]
August 8, 2019

Social inequality

I was just about to finish this to hand it in and all my work got deleted!! it is due at 11:59 can someone please answer these questions for me by 11pm? 1. Why do some view the U.S. as being classless? What encourages this perception? 2. Why is the concept of class so controversial in the U.S.? What encourages the idea that class does not exist? 3. What are the different ways of defining equality? How do these definitions relate to political arguments? 4. How has globalization affected how we think about inequality? 5. Discuss ways in which the […]
August 8, 2019

Media and Society

Imagine that you are running for a state office (e.g., governor, senator, or Congressional representative) and you have to prepare a position paper for a debate on controversial issues in the news. (Select one (1) of the topics addressed in the first four weeks of this class.) Remember that you are addressing a significant segment of your state’s population and you want to be elected to public office, so your topic will have to have a broad appeal, such as the importance of family values, the fair treatment of women in the workplace (equal pay for equal work), the treatment […]
August 8, 2019

Sociology Coursework

Additional Pages needed. Writing Assignment Describe and give clear, practical examples (charts, graphs, lists, etc.) of the following concepts related to Statistical Inferences using a fictitious class distribution of grades: 100 students; 20 -A’s; 40 – B’s; 30 – C’s; 9 – D’s; 1 – F: Bar Chart; Histogram; Pie Chart; 5-column Data Set; Positive Skewed Sampling Distribution; Negatively Skewed Sampling Distribution; Scatter Plot
August 8, 2019

Social inequality

. Identify and discuss the major controversies relevant to defining poverty. 2. Critically analyze the perceptions of the poor and the theories of poverty. In so doing, identify the myths surrounding the U.S. poor and provide evidence as to why they are myths. 3. How have dominant social values and the perceptions of the non-poor about poor people affected the development and nature of U.S. poverty programs? 4. Is it possible to have significant economic inequality without poverty? How about the reverse: Is it possible to have poverty without significant economic inequality? Justify your responses. 5. What important functions do […]
August 8, 2019

Social Inequality

What particular elements characterize status groups? Provide examples. 2. In what sense does Appalachia serve as an example of both economic and status inequality? 3. Discuss the ways in which physical appearance is related to social status. 4. How does social status intersect with economic inequality?
August 8, 2019

Protestant Denominational Belief Systems chart

Complete the “Protestant Denominational Belief Systems” chart. Provide a minimum of three to five scholarly sources to support your content. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. PLEASE SEE ATTACHED
August 8, 2019

dissection board

Conduct a half-hour field observation. Note any “signs” of peer pressure in action. These can include clothes, products, foods, games, activities, verbal interactions, forms of popular culture or entertainment, or anything else that is currently “in” because people think it is “cool.” Submit a 2 page paper and share your observations on the Discussion Board. How has peer pressure operated in your life? Think about something that you did, despite not wanting to, because of peer pressure.
August 8, 2019

Semester Discussion Project: Vilfredo Pareto and Political Irrationality

The assignment instructions are below. Your posting is due by 11:59PM on Saturday , March 9th. THE ASSIGNMENT: Access the reading entitled, Vilfredo Pareto and Political Irrationality, found under COURSE READINGS… and read it thoroughly… Remember for context, that Pareto was writing around the turn of the 20th century in a time of great political and economic evolution. This should be an extensive and detailed review of the following demonstrating great persuasive depth and specificity. (Grading will not only take into consideration the content produced, but following all expectations of the instructions as well as the stated formatting requirements.) For […]
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