I need to come up with at least 4 environmental forces and that doesn't mean environmental as in global warming, etc. but as a more general term. Could you help me get going with this?
A brief history of youth sports is given. Competitiveness is discussed.
1) Explaining why the economic social structure called 'middlemen' forms. 2) State and defend your position as to: a) Whether or not middlemen will continue to exist. b) Whether it is good or bad that artists can reach audiences directly. 3) The literature is replete with examples of how social s
I need a couple of real world examples of how the symbolic interactionist perspective works within a family social unit. I also need a couple of real world examples of how the conflict perspective works within a family social unit. Are there advantages or disadvantages to either one of these perspectives?
Discuss the history of social security, its effectiveness at inception compared to the present, and the future of Social Security. In addition, apply your knowledge and opinion to this question: Would you try to ensure the future of Social Security? If yes, what approach would you take and why? If no, what would you implement in
Why do you suppose there is a lot of gossip and mixed feelings about Gay person right to marry? Why is there always controversy about this issue on same sex marriages?
Barack Obama, the first African American President of the United States. Was this the result of a social movement? Or does Barack Obama becoming President of U.S have anything to do with social change in finally accepting minoritities as being just as quilified as a white person to be President of the U.S.
Provide an analysis of your chosen contemporary sacred spaces (those two you found within a secular entity) by comparing it to at least one other sacred place taken from a traditional ancient myth. Attached is download of the chapter. We are supposed to take an ancient mythfrom the chapter and do comparison of Arlington Nat
Why is social movement or social change important? Is social movement or social change necessary? How can social movement or social change benefit us presently and in the future? Which theory works better for the social movement or social change? Functionalist, Conflict Theory or Evolutionary Theory?
What makes the U.S. an assimilationist society? Who benefits and who suffers from it? Summarize the concepts of assimilation and pluralism. Is assimilation achieved in our society? I need scholarly resources and two to three paragraphs total. I understand assimilation means adaption to another culture and become integrated, a
You are a member of a research team that relies on a postmodernist lens. The research team is interested in submitting a research proposal to study depression among adolescents. In its first meeting, the team is discussing the following topics: - Their philosophical assumptions as researchers. - Their roles as researchers.
I am submitting a hypothetical scenario on the subject matter of Philosophical assumptions as a researcher. I would like guidance on how one would view this scenario by addressing the following: You are a member of a research team that relies on a postmodernist lens. The research team is interested in submitting a research p
I am in the process of working on a paper and need some guidance or some additional insight to enhance the subject matter. Analyze the ontological, axiological, epistemological, and methodological tenets or assumptions following two epistemological paradigms: postpositivism and postmodernism. Assess the challenges and stren
Is violence against women about women or violence in general? Which came first? Why does it continue?
Throughout history there have been numerous social movements that have changed American culture forever. In the last decade, the Tea Party movement has done this. How has t changed American culture?
Briefly discuss whether spanking should be considered child abuse. How are child abuse and elder abuse similar? How are they different? Support your position with information from the course material.
Do you think violence against women is about women or violence?
What do you see as the greatest rewards and the greatest disadvantages associated with becoming a parent? What are the advantages and disadvantages to remaining childfree? Is there cultural pressure to become parents in the United States? If so, what is the effect of this pressure?
Could you please help me understand the following? Explain how survey and experimental methods, including components, terminology, elements, statistics, etc. are similar and different. Determine which kinds of research questions would be served by a survey or an experimental method. Examine the reasons why reliability a
Please help me to complete these paragraps. I am not american. I am just international students, so that is a little bit hard to me. Please think about what I am international students, when you write these papragraps. Thanks. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
After reading the section on Religion and Health, discuss why religious people have healthier lives and live longer. Share your familiesâ?? church attendance and if, on the basis of the article, do you think it would be healthy for you to start doing so (if you donâ??t already).
What does George Lipsitz mean when he argues that the â??local lifeâ?? and culture of large metropolitan cities such as Miami and Los Angeles have developed decidedly â??globalâ?? dimensions over the last decades? What has been the effect of economic globalization on the demographic make-up of these cities? How does music of
The elements and functions of goddess myths are explored such as earth, social order, and birth. Also, the basic functions of the goddess myth are discussed.
I am in the process of writing a comprehensive case study and would like some ideas on some interesting case studies for the project. The case study must include: Client History, Family History, and Specific addiction or compulsive behavior. The case study can be make believe and I will have to integrate my knowledge of con
Conduct a class discussion on the general state of education in the United States, asking your students to address the following: Overall, how good a job do you think the education system in the United States is doing in educating its students? What are its strongest points? What are its weakest points? If you had the power to c
Sociologists recognize norms in two different categories; formal and informal. These formal and informal categories govern every culture's daily activities. If you were asked to temporarily take the position of a high school principal, from a sociological perspective, what norms would you want to govern the student's behavio
I need help with these three questions: 1) Imagine a society in which there are no social classes- no differences in people's wealth, income, and life chances. What would such a society be like? 2) Would it be stable or would its social structure change over time? 3) How could you apply Max Weber's theory of strat
A middle class family is defined by what? A shrinking middle class presents what dangers to the nation overall?
For the No Child Left Behind Law and Medicare, provide the purpose of the initiative; analyze the program's effectiveness; and list ways in which the programs could be more effective.
What do you think are the primary factors that lead to divorce? - What is the effect of divorce on families? - Why do you think divorce is considered a social problem?