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Describes a social fact - how social forces affect
Durkheim's study of suicide describes a social fact: how social forces affect suicide rates. Using Durkheim's study of suicide, what social facts might make people more vulnerable to either egoistic O …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-15 1 Yes $5.00
SOCL 153 - Discuss the key elements in the historical development
Discuss the key elements in the historical development of Americans' attitudes toward drug and alcohol use, abuse, dependency, and treatment. …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-15 1 Yes $4.00
SOCIOLOGY 101 - Define the concept agents of socialization
Define the concept agents of socialization. Identify what you feel are the three mostsignificant agents of socialization in U.S. society today and briefly describe the role of each inthe socialization …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-15 1 Yes $5.00
Describe the essential difference between role strain
Describe the essential difference between role strain and role conflict. Illustrate this difference withan example of each and explain why it qualifies as being either role strain or role conflict. …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-15 1 Yes $4.00
SOCIOLOGY 241 - What are the characteristics of the bureaucracy
What are the characteristics of the bureaucracy? How do bureaucracies create both a positive and negative impact upon members of society? …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-15 1 Yes $4.00
Discuss Durkheim's notion of the collective conscience
Discuss Durkheim's notion of the collective conscience. What does Durkheim mean when he says that the collective conscience is NOT just a "sum" of individual consciousness? …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-15 1 Yes $4.00
Gilman's main points is that women cannot be equal to men
One of Gilman's main points is that women cannot be equal to men unless they are economically independent. Do you agree or disagree? Use concrete examples to explain and support your point of view.Ref …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-15 1 Yes $4.00
Being social, the discipline inherently focuses on the dynamic
Being social, the discipline inherently focuses on the dynamic side of nature, and due to its dynamic characteristic, sociology emphasizes change! This may not be so vibrant in natural science discour …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-23 1 Yes $5.00
SYP 3000 - The social forces that are shaping
Look around you. Look at the social forces that are shaping you every day. Which social forces tend to reinforce your sense of individuality; that you are unique and have control over your own life an …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-23 1 Yes $7.00
SYP 3000 - Explain the distinctions among stereotyping
Explain the distinctions among stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination.What groups receive the most prejudice in our society? Why do you think that is? …
Sociology / General Sociology 2017-11-23 1 Yes $3.00
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