These questions are relate to disabilities and Society. Please provide ideas and examples on the following: 1. Are we afraid of the unknown? 2. If so, why do young children approach me and my wheelchair with no fear or hesitation? 3. And why are there people who are willing to risk physical harm and death to explore ca
1. What is the social self? Provide examples. What are some moral and ethical factors of the social self? 2. What are some of the major agents of socialization? Which do you think most influenced you? Why?
One or more experiences from your current workplace (or if not currently working, some past, future, "pretend" workplace), describe and discuss some "benefits" AND describe and discuss some "challenges" of various dimensions (gender, ethnicity/race, age, socioeconomic class, sexual orientation, education/experience, religion, di
Sources of enculturation might be mother, father, other significant care giver, specific siblings, specific relatives, specific friends, specific religious or educational figures, other specific public figures, specific social or natural events, specific TV shows or movies or books or "celebrities," or any other specific phenome
About your personal "enculturation" to your current workplace (or past or future if not currently working) - consider how values/beliefs/attitudes/stereotypes/biases/behaviors learned via your enculturation might affect your interactions in your workplace).
Please help I don't understand the following questions can you please explain your answers, I am lost in this class! Cultural diversity,sociology of work, changes of activities, factors of stress, work completion, resistance in the workplace, barriers at work,function of culture, skill training
I need guidance. Please Help. I don't know how to approach the problem indicated below: Discuss an experience in which someone helped you see something in a different way, and the consequences.
Please Help. I need assistance to answer the following question: Is it or is it not ethical to use capital punishment as a consequence for murder in this country? (The United States.)
Academic problem: When you get into an argument or have conflict, either on an individual basis or in a team situation, which kinds of behaviors are you most likely to employ? How do these behaviors work for you? What kinds of things usually result when you use these behaviors? Would you like to do anything differently? Why
1.) Write a summary of identifying the contributions of Freud, Jung, and Rogers. 2.) Choose three of your favorite television characters; past or present. Complete the following matrix describing the characters' personalities from the point of view of the three theorists, Jung, Freud, and Rogers. TV Character - Ju
I need information on whether stereotypes in the media are assisting or detracting from the cause of diversity and or assimilation. What is the effect of media portrayal on promoting diversity consciousness in the workplace?
The United Nations predicts that by 2025 wealthy societies will grow by 57 million people, while poor societies will grow by 1.7 billion people. What are the possible reasons for this growth pattern? What are the consequences of this growth pattern?
(a) What is sociology and how and why did it develop? (Hint: Note the importance of social change and social transitions). (b) Is the study of sociology important in today's modern information-driven world? Why or why not? (c) Why should we understand other cultures and ethnocentrism? What difference does this understanding
If you were asked to develop a "gender free" socialization model for a classroom or for your own home, what do you see as the major obstacles of implementing such a plan? What changes would you have to make to the already existing socialization pattern or practices?
1. Give some examples of how you used or how subtle positive or negative sanctions have been used on you to influence your behavior. 2. Given the fact there are still "tribes" of Stone Age people in this world, do you feel it is inevitable in terms of the way our world is expanding that they will have their culture "diffused"
What does collective behavior means?What are the different types?What forms of it were present in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks?
What, by definition, is a paradigm, and how is it similar to and different from ideology, culture and schemata? Moreover, how is the answer to this question relevant to social change?
I need help understanding some concepts associated with human interaction: symbolic interactionism, phenomenology, emergence, ethno methodology and symbols. Comparisons and contrasts are discussed about how these concepts affect human interaction.
1. Please explain the role of the following groups and the social functions they support or promote: School, family, Habitat for Humanity. 2. I also need to define these groups in terms of primary and secondary classifications and I am not sure what is meant by that. 3. As far as the organization I volunteer for (Habita
Discuss the Stanford Prison Study done by Philip Zimbardo in the early 1970s. Discuss how Zimbardo's findings apply to similar real-life examples.
I need some web sources to find out about the community in which I live in. In addition, I need statistic data on the races within my community that compares African American ethnic group to other groups (poverty, income, education, etc.). The region is the Wakefield section of the Bronx in New York City. I need to know the l
Ecosystems can change over time in a process known as natural succession. When an ecosystem is disturbed, both the physical (abiotic) and living (biotic) characteristics may be altered. Disturbances may be natural (e.g., a fire started by lightning) or anthropogenic - human caused (e.g., a fire started by a campfire.) QUES
One of the characteristic of the social perspective is: A recognition that meaning is a social product assigned arbitrarily by members of a collectivity. What does this mean and why is it significant?