Discuss the origins of the vernacular language Spanish and describe how the language spread. As a whole, in what ways has Latin influenced Western language development?
Every individual affects the community in some way. What individual factors (personal characteristics, genetics, developmental stage of life, lifestyle) affect community/public health? What can advocates, policymakers and others do to promote habits that will improve community health.
Imagine the U.S. as a nation that did not practice any types of religion. Explain how this might affect society.
I need some help in generating ideas on this question: How have disadvantaged people contested colonialism and its effects?
Describe strategies that can be developed to address the issue of inequality in resources that often results in conflict between the dominant and subordinate groups in a paragraph with no references.
A defense attorney notices his client's last name is "Reddog" He is surprised at the spelling. How might stereotypes play into the attorneys assumptions about the client and shape the interaction during the appointment. How can stereotypes often be misleading?
What are symbols and why are they important to cross-cultural understanding?
Describe the difference between prejudice and discrimination. Is it possible for prejudice to exist without discrimination? Please include an analysis and examples in a brief paragraph without references.
Discuss the merits of defining Hispanic identity in terms of historical events and relations.
Although workers in the United States are among the most productive in the world, they are earning less money today, controlling for inflation, than they were in 1970. Although the average rate of pay has jumped from $3 an hour in 1970 to almost $19 an hour today, workers can only buy about as much today as they did in 1970 (Hen
Define and give examples of how sex, gender, and culture play a part in defining family roles. To the extent that you are open to sharing the information, what part did gender roles play in your family when you were young? Was your family a traditional gender role family?
How are Japanese companies able to compete with American companies despite their different approaches to business? Do the Japanese know more about us than we do about them? In other countries do they have business cultures that are different than ours, yet successful? Please provide examples and descriptions.
Do you regard pluralism or assimilation as a more desirable condition from the standpoint of a minority group? Please qualify your response.
In order to appreciate cultural diversity we must understand our own attitudes and prejudices. Why is this issue important and how have you dealt with situations in which you later learned or realized that you might have inadvertently offended someone by something did or said?
From the second e-Activity article, there is a growing trend of people in the U.S. identifying themselves as biracial. Discuss the sociological implications of this trend. •Explain why race and ethnicity should be defining terms about an individual. E-Activity reference: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/30/us/30mixed.html?_r
I need notes to compile a 2-3 pg paper evaluating reasons why people may not appreciate the cultural point of view of others. And steps that an expanding company can take and policies that can be put in place to help ensure the company's expansion is successful. I also need at least 5 references, with at least 3 sociological r
E-Activity: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/wired-success/201007/does-income-inequality-threaten-economic-and-social-stability DQ From the first e-Activity, discuss the possible future consequences to individuals and society as a whole if Generation Y / Millennials cannot live better than previous generations. •As a
Choose one of the following topics to discuss. Reflect upon your chosen topic in a one- to two-page essay. Based on the topic you choose, describe what the experience was like, how it made you feel and think, and what you learned from it. . 1.Explore a time when you felt like "other"—when you were made to feel invisible, excl
Homer Plessy of the separate but equal case was seven-eighths White and could have "passed" for White, based on his appearance. What role does the invisibility of someone's race or ethnicity play in their treatment, experiences, and identity?
I need assistance with a 4 paragraph paper about ethnocentrism and Chevron. Ethnocentrism is judging another culture solely by the values and standards of one's own culture.
What are some differences in family since the 1950's to the present? An explanation of why this occurred. Compare and contrast the differences in marriage and family with relation to race, socioeconomic class, gender, and marital status. And in pre-WW11, how would the changes in traditional families affect women's rights?
Hello, I am brainstorming ideas for a sociology essay prompt and want to focus on the impact the media has on social movements. I want to incorporate the institutionalsim sociological perspective in to my argument, however, I am struggling with identifying an American social movement that exemplifies how much of an impact the
What do you see as "the American dream," and how is it associated to happiness and freedom? What are some places in the world where the definition of happiness and/or freedom might be different? Using the film introduction for this unit as a guide, Nepal: A Girl's Life, do some research and discuss how happiness is understood
Share how you view or imagine a socialist or communist society. Would you want to live there? Why or why not?
Visit the following website committed to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, view it's contents, and then answer the following; Is the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster a religion? Here is the website: http://www.venganza.org/.
This solution discusses how one person has impacted the history of modern man. I am choosing John Lennon, because I believe his message was one of peace and unity for mankind.
The Statement is: I have heard that the stronger the influence of society about certain issues, the more likely our perceptions will be in alignment with the viewpoints of society as a whole. I agree with this statement above to a certain point. I believe that there is a great deal of debate on certain issues such as polit
Could someone explain the concept of personal constructs? What is a personal construct? How are personal constructs related to social perspectives? What is the relationship between personal constructs and behavior?
PURPOSE: The purpose of this is to use content analysis to critically analyze how one social issue/problem is discussed and represented in popular culture through music lyrics. BACKGROUND: There are many agents of popular culture though which the messages, themes and symbols of popular culture are produced and consumed. Medi
Macro-systems theories seek to make sense of the behavior of large groups of people and the workings of entire societies. To begin we will look at the three most prominent macro-system theories in sociology: functionalism, conflict theory, and interationism. These theories vary in their usefulness for analyzing any particula