A day in the life - SOCI 111 Introduction to Sociology...

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SOCI 111 – Introduction to Sociology American Public University System Assignment 3: A Day in the Life 25 points Due: by midnight EST on the Sunday of Week 7 – submit in Educator AND www.TurnItIn.com - submit using the assignment link under Assignments and/or under Week 7’s lesson plan The purpose of this assignment is to record your life for one day and critically discuss how you are an actor in society; how you affect your social surroundings; and, how your daily life is shaped and constrained by society. This will allow you engage with many of the sociological concepts reviewed to-date including newer concepts such as impression management, stage theory and emotional labor. Explain why you needed to perform in such a way (i.e., your motives, instincts, feelings, or structural constraints). Do you see who you are and where you are now? Write down your conclusion for this one-day life review journey. 1) Keep a journal. For one day record your life starting from the time when you wake up, to the first person you talk to, until you have finished your day and fall into bed asleep. The journal should be highly detailed Including details such as times, locations of every place you have been to (including where you start and end), people you have encountered, the “roles” you have played facing different people and in different situations, the institutions you come into contact
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course SOCI 111 taught by Professor Kelley during the Spring '11 term at American Public University.

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