L13_gender - Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of...

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Unformatted text preview: Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp- March 17, 2008 Assignment #2 Due Wednesday, April 9 th (IN CLASS) The purpose of this assignment is to shed light on some of the unwritten, but strict, rules of social interaction in the United States. Think about some subtle social norm (not a law) and then break it in public. 1. Briefly describe the entire experience. Include details about the reactions of bystanders, the emotions you felt during the experience, and the initial interpretation that your observer had of the situation before you explained what you were doing. 2. Choose ONE of the following topics that we have discussed this semester and explain how this experiment defines this topic? a. Deviance and Social Control b. Social Structure c. The Social Construction of Reality d. Social Stratification e. The Sociological Imagination Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp- March 17, 2008 Gender Inequality on the Interpersonal Level I. Gender as an Organizer A. Sex vs. Gender B. Gender Roles C. Real Life Problems with Gender Roles II. The Language of Gender A. Dualistic Nature of Language B. Examples Sociology...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course SOC 302 taught by Professor Langenkamp during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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L13_gender - Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of...

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