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Unformatted text preview: Ethnographic Proposal Draft September 23, 2006 Gender Role/Relations at Kappa Sigma Picture this: A white house with black shutters and long white pillars fill to the brim with college students drinking, partying, and socializing. The interaction of young men and women can be seen left and right; however it is different from the everyday interactions between them during classes and clubs. Somehow, for some reason, they all act different in this particular form of entertainment. Taking a structural- functionalist approach, I will attempt to analyze the behavior of this certain social scene, and compare it to the overall social system. For my ethnography project, I watched the behavior of UNC students at the Kappa Sigma fraternity at different times on different days, to be able to compare and analyze the roles and relationships between males and females in this particular place. I choose this site based on my previous observations that lead me to believe that students act different than they normally do in...
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- Fall '07
- Sociology, Fraternities and sororities, Kappa Sigma