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SOC 112 Module One Worksheet: Sociological Observation Think about the following behaviors you might observe: Eye contact: Do people avoid making eye contact with you? Body language: Do people change their posture near you? Do they move away from you? Do they stop to see what you are doing? Facial expressions: Do people give you a strange look? Do they appear to be confused by your behavior? Suspicious? Amused? Indifferent? What does their facial expression look like and what does it suggest? Ignoring you: Do people seem to simply ignore you? What about their behavior suggests that they are ignoring you? Then, answer the following questions in complete sentences (1–3 sentences per question). Your responses will be graded using the Module One Worksheet Rubric. Provide at least one reference to support your observation. 1. Where did you conduct your observation? I conducted my observation at the Outlet Mall in Round Rock Texas. I conducted this observation on Dec 30 th , 2018.
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