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Full Name: DUONG THI THUY LINH
Student ID Number: 11040018
Cohort: SNHU 2011
Sociology is the scientific study of social life. It describes and analyses social behavior. It seeks to discover how human society has come to be the way it is, and reveal the social forces that shape people’s lives. As forces that influence people and help shape their lives. Society shapes what we do, how we do it, and how we understand what others do. The paths of our lives are not just determined by individual will or even individual effort. Sociologists try to identify the social processes and structures that both enable and constrain individuals to behave in certain ways. According to
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Chapter 1 Notes An Introduction to Sociology in the Global Age
The Arab Spring: The Arab spring is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world that began December 17, 2010.
Information Age: The information Age is a period in human history characterization by the shift from traditional industry that the industrial revolution brought industrialization, to an economy. During the information age, the phenomenon is that the digital industry creates a knowledge-based society surrounded by a high-tech global economy that spans over its efficient and convenient way.
Globalization: Globalization refers to the increasing global relationships of
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women and blacks was Ida Wells Barnett (1862–1931) an African-American journalist who wrote about discrimination against both women and Blacks olo(introduction to sociology).
Mrs. Wells felt that women and blacks did not get a fair shake with society and that they needed a voice to be heard. This is the reason I chose Mrs. Barnett because as a female I don’t feel that we get a fair deal today we get paid less men feel that they can treat us any kind of way as if we our opinion does not matter and they same is true if you are black and especially a woman. I feel that Mrs. Barnett thinking was right because when she crusaded against the blacks getting lynched she focused on the negative impact
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in a relationship because of financial difficulties.
The Sociological imagination can help us understand these changes by understanding that divorce is not an individual problem but a problem with society. By using the sociological imagination perspective we can see that the increase in the divorce rate in China redefines the major institution of marriage. When only a few divorces occur within a society than it can be seen as person troubles of the people involved. If, however, multitudes of people are getting divorced every year than it can be seen as a public issue where institutions like marriage, law and media need to be looked at.
Schaefer, Richard T (2010). Sociology 12th edition. McGraw Hill.
Beech, Hannah. "Breaking Up Is Easy To Do." Time Magazine World. 2006. Oct. 30, 2006
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ï»¿ SOCIOLOGY CIA - I
The Meaning and Significance of Sociological
Perspective in Indian Society.
BY: Kavya Khashnobish (1530367)
What is Sociology?
Sociology is the scientific study of human society. It studies social behaviour and institutions, their origins,development and organization. It is classified as a social science because it uses scientific methods of study to draw conclusions. Sociology uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to collect data and make generalizations
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- White Anglo Saxon people, males are more likely to commit suicide.
In Sociology… psychological reasoning is psychopathology
Cause and effect
Early sociologist want to know how society operates
Free will: will; soul directs human behavior
- In religions, people free to choose good or evil
Determinism: position that events in the world (human behavior) determined by physical cause
• All events can be discovered and analyzed techniques of science
French social thinker ~ coined the term “sociology”
- Describe new way of thinking
- He was a young academic discipline - newer than othr soc sci
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HNC Social Care.
11th October 2009.
“The Family is The Cornerstone Of Society.”
James Watt College.
Tracey Siebenaler. HNC Social Care.
“The Family is The Cornerstone Of Society.”
To consider the above statement one would have to firstly decide on a definition for modern day family. The most common form of family set up in modern day Britain would be the nuclear family comprising of parents and children together. Extended families, another type of family unit, consist most often of three generations living together or in close proximity. A third type would be the reconstituted family. This could be defined as
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a) How has thinking about the “mind-body” relationship changed within the context of history?
Plato hypothesized that only death could separate the soul from the body while Aristotle identified the soul as a property of the body (Pinel, 2009). Rene Descartes believed that the mind controlled the brain while Huxley postulated that the mind was a product of the human brain.
b) Why might it be important and suggested to study the relevant history prior to studying a subject of "mind/body"?
It is important to study the relevant history prior to studying a subject of "mind/body" in order to know the type of
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Grand Canyon University
October 30, 2010
The phrase color line was originally used as a reference to the racial segregation that existed in the United States after the abolishment of slavery. The phrase gained fame after W. E. B. Du Bois’ repeated use of it in his book The Souls of Black Folk.
What was the color line? It was the line that reserved the best jobs in the economy for one group of people, while denying them to another through both the law and private institutions such as businesses and, to its discredit, many unions who refused membership and jobs to those on the wrong side of the color line. And it is the same color line that would refuse jobs to those on
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Unit 2 DB
Accounting data helps owners and managers make business decisions.
Cash bonuses depend on accounting numbers. Nearly all businesses use the amounts reported in their financial statements as a basis for rewarding management. Because managers act to achieve these accounting measures, selecting measures that are not easily manipulated is important. Equally important is maintain a balance of measures that reflect the goals of profitability and liquidity.
Profitability and liquidity are the two major goals of all businesses.
Profitability is the ability to earn enough income to attract and hold investment capital.
Liquidity is the ability to have enough cash
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What do I need to know about ... Persuasive Writing?
What's the point?
The aim of a persuasive essay is to convince you audience to agree with you. You must have points for and against your position - in order to demonstrate that you have considered the other side. However, to make this essay effective points for your position should be much stronger than the points against you so that your audience end up believing the thing that you want them to.
What are the conventions?
What you need to use when you write a persuasive writing:
* Rhetorical Questions, alliteration, triads, reptition, emotive words and imagery, hyperbole
* Refrences to you or we, us
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FUNCTIONALISM – MERTON – 3 MARKS
WHY IS MERTONS THEORY CALLED STRAIN THEORY?
Merton believed that when societal norms, or socially accepted goals, such as the 'American Dream,' place pressure on the individual to conform, they force the individual to either work within the structure society has produced, or instead become members of a deviant subculture in an attempt to achieve those goals.
NAME TWO OF THE RESPONSES TO THE STRAIN?
non-utilitarian, malicious, and negativistic(Grady)
SUBCULTURAL THEORY- 8 MARKS
1.WHAT CONCEPTS DO WE ASSOCIATE WITH THE FOLLOWING THEORISTS? ( 4 MARKS)
A.COHEN- folk devil/moral panic
CLOWARD & OHLIN- subcultures
MILLER- class values
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Chapters 3-6 Midterm Study Guide
* Norms- specific rules of behavior, agreed upon and shared that prescribe limits of acceptable behavior
* Achieved status- conferred upon us by virtue of birth or other significant factors not controlled by our own actions or decisions; people occupy them regardless of their intentions ex. Family positions
* Ascribed status- acquired as a result of the individual’s actions ex. Students, professor, garage mechanic, race car driver, artist, prisoner, bus driver, husband, wife, mother or father
* Triad- two against one alliance; three members
* Dyad- the smallest group contains only two members
* Ego, ed, super ego(which one
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It was very different a decade ago when Barrie and Tony Drewitt-Barlow first made the headlines after they fought – and won – a battle to bring their twins, conceived via donor eggs and carried to term by a surrogate mother, home to Britain after they were born in America. When Eamonn Holmes interviewed them in 2000 after bringing Saffron and Aspen back to the UK, he told them: "There are people who are going to say it's not natural. [They] will say you've been shopping for the ultimate gay accessory."
Today, things have moved on in the Drewitt-Barlow household. Tony, now 45, and Barrie, 41, arrive at our meeting with not only the twins, now 10, but their three siblings as well – Orlando
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overty is widespread in Pakistan and is particularly predominant in rural areas. Poverty is the lack of basic human needs, such as clean water, nutrition, health care, education, clothing and shelter because of the powerlessness to afford them. This is also referred to as absolute poverty.
Poverty is a basic problem of a country. Because of poverty a country can never progress. According to Mother Teresa “The greatest disease in the West today is not TB or leprosy; it is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for. We can cure physical diseases with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopelessness is love. There are many in the world who are dying for a piece of bread
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A. What are the three things you regret most in your life? How do the events you named relate to counterfactual thinking?
Counterfactual thinking – The tendency to imagine other outcomes in a situation than the ones that actually occurred (“What might have been.”)
This particular question reminds me of the scenario of what if you marrying your high school sweetheart after you just seen them at a 15 year reunion. This is extremely hard for me to answer because, in relation to the way I live my life, I do not believe in regrets and do not want to take back anything I have done or else I may not be where I am today. I have a very simple philosophy about life and I try not to let my actions
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Scientology is probably one of the most difficult religions to believe in contrast to Judaism. These two religions are very strict in their beliefs and if failure to abide you may be punished severely. Judaism in particular is structured with limited gender roles and constrained human emotions. Judaism has the mindset that if you ever stray from their providence belief, you must be tortured and executed in order to save your internal soul. Scientology is completely different from this. Scientologists believe that they can be like deities themselves and that wealth and knowledge are idols that require worshiping as well. There beliefs are particularly different from the other Western
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Families and households, do they differ or do they get affected by external influences? Well, families differ as there are many types of families worldwide, and they also get affected by external influences. What I am going to write about is functionalism, Marxist and feminism, their believes and argues held upon them.
First of all is the functionalism, where functionalists argued that each stat institution – Members of society formed together in order to address specific functions – has roles to perform to ensure society’s health. However, they compared society with the human body where group of organs work together to perform certain functions. On the other hand while
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Hello and welcome to MTH 092 online!
I want to share some information about the course before we officially start next week. Please thoroughly read this welcome letter and also read the syllabus available in Eagle. You will find all the necessary information about the online MTH 092 course there. We will use Eagle only for the first means of communication.
The learning management system we will be using is called MyMathLab (MML). MyMathLab contains videos, worked-out examples, and numerous features to help you learn the material. The system accompanies our textbook. To use this system, you need to purchase an access code. Purchasing the book is optional because the book is
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Family is a set of relationships
The main tension we have talked about is the how the family exists in reality and how we view the family
We organize ourselves as families because of economics, continuity, communication, convenience and efficiency
The myths from the textbook are that marriage is universal, family harmony, you are what your family is, and the stable past
The three revolutions:
Post industrial – life and modernity, evolution of life, altered family with technology, work moved outside the home
Old family had a lot of kids and worked on farms then had less kids and went to work (rural to urban)
Life course revolution – advances in medicine and vaccines, family
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A participant observation is where the researcher takes part in the event that they are observing or the everyday life of the group whilst observing it. There are two different types of participant observation. One type of participant observation is an overt observation, this is when the researcher makes the participants aware that they are taking part in an the observation.
A strength of participant observations are ecologically valid. Rather than gathering quantitative data from participants answering questionnaires, when there is no guarantee that they are giving accurate answers, participant observation provides high amounts of qualitative data and the researcher can go into greater
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Sociology Reveals Facts
What is Sociology?
Sociology according to my understanding is the study of human interactions in their daily life. Sociology has impacted our society’s way of thinking, communicating and translating information across the world. Someone may ask ‘Why study Sociology?’ to start off, “sociology helps us gain a better understanding of ourselves, our social world and how much impact we have on it”. (Murray, Linden, and Kendall, 2014, p. 4). Back then in the early centuries before sociology was found people had high religious beliefs and took nature as a cause of
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understand the world. (Giddens: 2006)
Although writers from earlier periods provided insights into human behavior and society, the systematic study of society is a relatively recent development, whole beginnings date back to the late 1700s and early 1800s. A key development was the use of science instead of religion to understand the world. (Giddens: 2006)
Probably the first person who believed that sociology is a science was Auguste Comte. Comte sought to create a science of society that could explain the law of the social world just as natural science explained the functioning of the physical world. He believed that all scientific methods share a common logical method aimed to reveal
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Introduction to Sociology
Concerts, sports games, and political rallies can have very large crowds. When you attend one of these
events, you may know only the people you came with. Yet you may experience a feeling of connection
to the group. You are one of the crowd. You cheer and applaud when everyone else does. You boo and
yell alongside them. You move out of the way when someone needs to get by, and you say "excuse me"
when you need to leave. You know how to behave in this kind of crowd.
It can be a very different experience if you are traveling in a foreign country and find yourself in a
crowd moving down the street. You may have trouble figuring out what is happening. Is the
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1. Compare and Contrast the three perspectives in Sociology.
Functionalism- A theoretical perspective, associated with Emile Durkheim, based on an analogy between social systems and organic systems. The character of a society's various institutions must be understood in terms of the function each performs in enabling the smooth running of society as a whole. Stable and made of intellectual social structures that work in harmony. Against change and believes changes reinforces the death of society.
ƒÜ Conflict Perspective- Made up of only interest. Each society seeking to meet its own goals. Believes change is constant with potential positive consequences. A
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To explain the role of education we need to look at education through different theories, a theory is a way of looking at the world. Within Sociology there are a number of theories, these include; Functionalism, Marxism, Interactionism, Feminism and Post-modern theory.
Functionalists believe that society is made up of four parts; the Economy, the family, decision making and education. They believe that each part functions for the good of the whole. French Sociologist Emile Durkheim defined the major function of education from a Functionalist view as “the transmission of society’s norms and values”, the role of education is to socialise children into these norms and values which include
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nodding their heads towards me. I explained to them that I was working on a project for my sociology class and I asked them how they felt about seeing me eat with my mouth. They both concluded that they felt that I was being very messy and inappropriate. They felt that I was acting like a child and that they were embarrassed for me.
The norm that I deviated from violates the social control theory of Travis Hirschi’s. Hirschi’s theory states that deviant behavior is reduced when a person has strong relationships with peers, family, friends, school, churches, or other social organizations. Hirschi’s theory of social bonding consists of attachment to other people, commitment to conformity
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Many historians and sociologists have identified a transformation in the economic processes of the world and society in recent times. There has been an extensive increase in developments in technology and the economy as a whole in the twentieth century. Globalization has been recognized as a new age in which the world has developed into what Giddens identifies to be a “single social system” (Anthony Giddens: 1993 ‘Sociology’ pg 528), due to the rise of interdependence of various countries on one another, therefore affecting practically everyone within society.
In this essay I will give a detailed explanation of what sociologists mean by the term ‘globalisation’ and how they
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Sociology Class Stratification:
Sociologists John Westergaard and Henrietta Resler carried out a study entitled “Class in a Capitalist Society” (1976). They concentrated their analysis in British society, which they claimed was dominated by the ruling class. For them the ruling class consisted of; owners of the means of production, company directors, top managers, higher professionals and senior civil servants, combined these makes up only around 5-10% of the entire population.
Westergaard and Resler argued that the major divisions of class and society are between capital and labour power and that private ownership of capital explains these
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“Observation at Local Fast Food Restaurant During Lunch”
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Introduction to Sociology
“Observation at Local Fast Food Restaurant at Lunch”
Have you ever tried listening to everything going on at the same time at a fast food restaurant during the lunch time rush hour? Well, I did and I am going to share the results of my whirlwind encounter last week. Within my observation, I will go over the layout of the establishment in which my observation was conducted, as well as who came to the establishment, the conversations and the interactions that took place. I hope you enjoy my observation and respect my findings from this visit.
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Sociology makes a scientific study of society: Prior to the emergence of sociology the study of society was carried on in an unscientific manner and society had never been the central concern of any science. It is through the study of sociology that the truly scientific study of the society has been possible. Sociology because of its bearing upon many of the problems of the present world has assumed such a great importance that it is considered to be the best approach to all the social sciences.
Sociology studies role of the institutions in the development of the individuals: It is through sociology that scientific study of the great social institutions and the relation of the individual
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W.E.B Dubois: African American Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
January 8, 2012
Sociology is defined by Merriam Webster as being “the science of society, social institutions, and social relationships; specifically: the systematic study of the development, structure, interaction, and collective behavior of organized groups of human beings” (2012). Sociology as it is known has many significant theorists noted for their individual contributions to this field. One of the most noted theorists in this field is W.E.B Dubois. He “was an African-American sociologist who embraced the tradition of merging scholarship and activism (Vissing, 2011). He laid
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Reflections of Sociology and Family
Introduction to Sociology 101
February 13, 2013
Reflections of Sociology and Family
All families use theoretical approaches, whether they realize it or not. The functionalist theory to keep a family running smoothly, the symbolic interaction helps with constructing meaning and interactions in thing that happen every day. The conflict theory allows for everyone to have an opinion and opens lines of communication. When families take the time to reflect on these three theories, functionalist, symbolic, and conflict, they open the door to understanding each other better and having a happier, more productive life
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The theoretical works of Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim and Max Weber still influence sociological theory. Though their works are decades old they still are a major part of what sociology is today. Though their theories can seem very different, there are some similarities. To become a great sociologist one most learn and understands how to use all sociological perspectives. To do this one must understand and use the different theoretical perspectives created by Marx, Durkheim, and Weber.
Karl Marx theoretical perspective on conflict is by far one the most interesting theories in sociology. Born into a middle class family in Germany, he had a very close relationship with his father. Marx began
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Associate Level Material
The Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
Match race and ethnicity key terms with their correct descriptions:
1. Copy each key term from the Key Terms list below.
2. Paste each key term into the cell to the right of its matching description.
Key Terms: Stereotype, Gender group, Pluralism, Sociology, Minority group, Assimilation, Conflict perspective, Segregation, Ethnic group, Racism, Class, Subordinate group, Social construction of race, Racial group, Religious minority group.
Note: Some descriptions were adapted from Richard Schaefer’s Racial and Ethnic Groups, 10th ed., 2006.
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Assignment 1: Exploration of a Journal Article in Sociology
Identify the pros and cons of the partnership as a form of ownership.
Owning your own business can be a very rewarding and lucrative experience. This experience
even though rewarding can come at a tremendous cost of personal time and personal financial
investment. Enlisting the efforts and finances of a partner can aide in successfulness of the
business while sharing the financial burden and the responsibilities in starting and operating the
business. With the right partnership relationship the businesses owners could use the combined
abilities and talents in making the business
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First and foremost, a diabetic must strive for optimum health. All the usual recommendations for a healthy lifestyle—regular exercise, good sleeping habits, no smoking, care when drinking alcohol, etc.—are even more applicable to a diabetic.
given the huge hormone fluctuations and social pressures in adolescents in general, it should come as no surprise that these have an effect on diabetics, as well. Routines can suddenly go out of whack; glucose responses to certain events can change drastically. Vigilance is very important, especially as social pressures may cause a diabetic adolescent to rebel against being different or requiring special attention.
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Symbolic interactionism is based upon the premises that people develop based on their social interaction. The meaning of objects, events, and behaviors comes from the interpretation people give them. These interpretations are based largely on their social constructs. Mead was a symbolic interactionist with his "looking glass self" theory. The theory consists of three core priniciples that give us our "self"; meaning, language, and thought.
Functionalist theory states that each aspect of society is dependent on the next, and that they all work together to comprise society as a whole. Social cohesion happens because all of the members of a society work together to benefit
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There are a number of good and sufficient reasons to abolish the death penalty. It has been applied in a way that reflects racial, class, and ethnic bias; it is too expensive; innocent people have almost certainly been executed; it isn't effective at deterring future murders; its use is barbaric, and puts the United States in company with other countries whose values we often deplore; and many religious leaders and many religions reject the death penalty. But here we will focus on the moral question of executing a human being.
Killing another human being is wrong. Assuming Thomas Jefferson is correct, and certain rights cannot be taken away, then the right to life cannot be taken away. A
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Examine the ways in which educational policies may reproduce and justify social class inequalities.
There have been many educational policies that have been implemented over the years that have tried to tackle class inequalities but in fact have contributed to that like in the past with the Forster act and the butler act and its tripartite system. These all contributed to the division of class. There have been many policies such as the comprehensive system, vocational education and many more recent educational policies such as fee paying for university students and also EMA.
The comprehensive system was set up in 1965 with the aim to get rid of the tripartite system and the 11
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Using material from item A and elsewhere,, assess the relationship between gender and religion 33marks
Although there is only one God in most contemporary religions, Hinduism being an exception, men and women tend to view that God differently. Davie showed that women see God more as a God love, comfort and forgiveness whereas men tend to see more as a God of power and control. It could be argued that these traits that men and women tend to associate with God are similar to typical masculine and feminine values e.g. Power and control is stereotypically a male trait.
In the majority of religions, males are given the more significant roles. An example of this is Christianity which is
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The impact of many epidemic disease c is linked to social and economic factors around Africa which Ghana is not an exception. Disease caused by bacteria, virus, fungi and other disease causing parasite are major causes of disease and disability despite the existence of safe and effective interventions many people lack access to needed prevention methods and treatment of epidemic diseases due to social and economic conditions prevalent in Ghana today. According to Rudolf Virchow(1847),”Social and economic conditions are the primary causes of the epidemic of Typhoid Fever”.
This piece of work seek to justify the assertion by Rudolf Virchow that social economic conditions are the primary
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1. Argumenta (según tu convicción) a favor o en contra de la legalización de las drogas. Toma en cuenta lo visto en clase respecto de la naturaleza de las adicciones así como las dimensiones del problema representado por éstas (investiga datos que reflejen tales dimensiones y haz referencia a ellos). (Máximo dos páginas Arial 12 con interlineado de 1.5)
2. Elabora un esquema o una presentación en Power Point explicando la teoría de la “transición demográfica” a la que hacen referencia Josep Picó y Enric Sanchis (“Población y demografía”) y el “crash demográfico” del que habla Michel Schooyans (en caso de elaborar presentación en Power Point, máximo seis diapositivas; se trata de EXPLICAR
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Creating a good argument, this is an argument which will persuade the opposing side into accepting that the claim which was made, as well as the grounds of the claim, is different for each social science. It is usual for individuals to pull from their personal experiences, their views, morals, and interpretation of things when formulating an argument. The same goes for the various social sciences. Each social science approaches an argument in a different manner, and gives different aspects of an argument a higher regard. Sociology, Pyschology, Anthropology, and Political Science formulate their arguments keeping the importance of their discipline in mind.
When discussing an argument
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The family is a remarkably significant social unit. It is defined a group of individuals, related by blood, marriage, adoption or cohabitation (AIFS, 2001). In all known societies the family has the function of regulating sexual behaviour and reproduction, of socialization, of protecting children and the elderly, and of providing its members with emotional support, health and well being (Edgar et al., 1993).Over the last few decades, family formation patterns have changed considerably. Contemporary family sociology has identified that family practices, too, are also changing rapidly. Massive demographic change has signaled significant changes in family-form with family-households now being
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“Examine the problems some sociologists find using postal questionnaires in their research” (20 marks)
There are various issues with using postal questionnaires as part of research if you are a sociologist. This will demonstrate the ways in which questionnaires can be considered a problem when it comes to research.
Firstly, by sending out questionnaires to people could mean that the response rate is low as people don’t have the time to fill them in because of work, or they don’t think it’s relevant, some may not even acknowledge it. Therefore, this can affect the results and the sample would be unrepresentative as there wouldn’t be enough replies of the questionnaires for them to
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For our social norm breaking project, we chose to have one person sit behind a public toilet stall and then the individual proceeded to sing while pretending to use the bathroom. We believed this activity went against the unsaid public restroom etiquette our society has created. It goes without saying that it is most proper to be silent while using a public restroom with strangers. We believed that upon hearing a complete stranger belt out a tune in a restroom, most people would act uncomfortable and awkward. Our hypothesis was that the majority of the strangers would show obvious displays of discomfort upon hearing the singing. Our singing in the restroom was the variable for our project
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The scheme of assessment for the Ordinary Level qualification is based on two examination papers.
Paper 1 is presented in two parts. Section A focuses on research methods and comprises one compulsory
question based on source material. The second part of the examination paper is divided into three sections:
Section B covers the theme of Culture and Socialisation; Section C is Social Stratification; and Section D is
Power and Politics. There are two structured questions in each section. Candidates are required to answer
three questions from Section B to D. The examination for Paper One is of 2 hours 30 minutes duration.
Paper 2 is divided into four sections addressing the themes of the
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Chapter 1 Discussion Paper
31979 Social Psychology
According to Social Psychology: Sociological Perspective, culture is defined as “A society’s set of unique patterns of behaviors and beliefs” (Rohall, Milkie, and Lucas 24). There are many different cultures in the world today. People form social norms from their cultures, which is why to someone else what they find normal could be bizarre.
My culture is a mix of Italian, American, Christian and even some Jewish traditions, which in itself is its own culture. My family speaks English and is very American. My father is Italian so he carries on some Italian traditions. For example
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Outline and Assess Features of an Ideal School
In my opinion, the purpose of education is too teach students specific skills to students that would give them specific skills to help them in the future and continue to benefit them in later life. Education should be beneficial to the individual and that should be seen as most important, then this should automatically lead to it benefiting society completely. If every individual was being separately catered to in education where they are excelling well then this would create a problem free system. I think Marxists view schools as a control mechanism that is only beneficial to the capitalists. Whereas, functionalists view it as a