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SOCI 1101: Introduction to Sociology Dr. Sarah Friedman Doing Sociology Assignments Objectives and due dates: These assignments provide an opportunity for you to reflect on the material and how it relates to your experiences and to the “real world” outside of class.You will complete 4 “doing sociology” responses from the Sociology in Action textbook (copies of the questions with additional instructions are on the next page): 1. Doing Sociology #2.2 Structural Functionalism in Newspapers” (page 21)due Jan. 27 2. Doing Sociology #6.2 Deviance in the Ashley Madison Hack(page 101)due Feb. 17 3. Doing Sociology #9.1 Sorting People by Race” (page 181)due March 9 4. Doing Sociology #11.1 How the Intersection of Biography and History Shapes Educational Experiences” (page 227)due April 20 Each assignment is worth 25 points. They will be evaluated using the grading rubric on the last page. Formatting and submission instructions: Each assignment should be 1-2 pages, double-spaced Use 12 point font (Times New Roman, Arial, or Calibri) and 1 inch margins Submission: upload your assignments (.docx, .doc, or .pdf only) in the iCollege assignment dropbox by the start of class on the due date Note: late assignments are accepted with a penalty of 10% for each day late A reminder about plagiarism: This is an individual assignment each “doing sociology” assignment should be completed by you and in your own words If you are quotinganything from the textbook or any other sources, you need to include an in-text citation (author’s name, publication year, and page number) and the full citation at the end of your assignment If you are paraphrasingfrom the textbook or other sources, you must also include an in-text citation (author’s name and publication year) as well as the full citation at the end of your assignment Please review the syllabus policies regarding plagiarism, and this website for additional information about how to properly cite your sources: ex.html If you have any questions about what constitutes plagiarism or how to properly cite your sources, please let me know!

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