Question: Describe the labeling theory of deviance. What basic insight about deviance is offered by this approach? How does labeling figure into the difference between primary deviance and secondary deviance? What is the importance of stigma in labeling analysis? Book: Sociology 15/E, 2013 ISBN-13: 9780205985609 John J. Macionis
Question: Based on the ideas of Emile Durkheim, identify three functions of religion for society. In light of these functions, do you think that a decline in the importance of religion might threaten U.S. society? If so, how? Could the family and, perhaps, the school “take over” some of religion’s functions? Why or why not? Book: Sociology 15/E, 2013 ISBN-13: 9780205985609 John J. Macionis
Question Description Consider what you have learned about collective behavior, social movements, and social change this week. How is the global expansion of social media likely to affect how people pursue social change? How has it done so already? Use specific examples as you analyze social movements, social change, technology, and the media. The Week 8 Forum meets the following course objectives: Apply a sociological perspective to the social world. Analyze contemporary social issues using the sociological imagination and use sociological theories and concepts to analyze everyday life. Explain collective behavior, social movements, and social change
As you carefully consider the A part of the Dream Property case, how would you analyze and assess the Helperns’ strategy for purchasing this undeveloped land? With this week’s Shell readings in mind, what suggestions would you have for the Helperns, as they proceed with this negotiation?
Congratulations on reaching the final week of the course! In Week 6, begin by completing Interactive Unit 7: A Changing Society. Then you’ll complete your final assignment of the course, the Final Essay and your Final Exam. Photo Credit: People in Motion Learning Resources Required Readings Interactive Units Laureate Education. (2018). SOCI 1001S: Introduction to Sociology [Lecture Notes]. Retrieved from Laureate Education, Inc.: https://class.waldenu.edu Interactive Unit 7: A Changing Society Document Laureate Education. (2015). SOCI 1001S rough draft essay worksheet [Word document]. Baltimore, MD: Author. Review the Rough Draft Essay Worksheet that you completed earlier in the course, in which […]
The day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed, a teacher in a small town in Iowa tried a daring classroom experiment. She decided to treat children with blue eyes as superior to children with brown eyes. In the documentary “Class divided”, FRONTLINE explores what those children learned about discrimination and how it still affects them today. The goal of this assignment is to reflect on the issues of discrimination and how they impact those involved in the act. Watch carefully the documentary. You can find it here:http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/class-divid… Provide short answers to the following questions: What did the children’s body […]
Topic has already been chosen. just edit/correct and proof any problems within what has already been written and add at least 2 more pages. please use in text citations and add at least 2 or more scholarly sources. please follow the attached directions carefully. APA format and absolutely no plagiarism.
As we are mid-way through the semester, it is time to do a little ‘self-care’ assessment and evaluate how you are managing your studies. We will look at the concept of “grit” and perseverance from a powerfully motivating speaker and author, Angela LEe Duckworth. Watch the following video, and complete the reflection questions below. What is your reaction to the video? Explain your reaction. Do you think we can strengthen and grow our “grittiness”? If so, how? If not, why? Do you think failure has any part in success? Explain. Give an example of your GRIT from your everyday life, […]
Read and research types of intimate and family violence.Which theory of cultural violence makes the most sense and why?Is it possible that more than one theory applies under certain conditions?Explain why or why not.
For this assessment task, you are asked to act as an art critic and analyze a series of works. When art critics discuss art, they describe art works in terms of style and medium. Art critics interpret meanings of art and make judgements of a work’s validity to the importance of a piece in the larger context of art history and culture. Art critics also evaluate art in the context of aesthetics. Please watch the presentation below as a refresher on this deliverable’s content. The presentation will not tell you everything you need to know to pass this test-out, but […]