Devry socs185n week 3 discussion dq 1 dq 2 latest

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devry socs185n week 3 discussion dq 1& dq 2 latest 2016 july dq 1 The Milgram Experiments (graded) The Milgram experiments on obedience to authority, discussed in chapter five were conducted with groups of subjects who had not met before the experimental session. Here is a brief video from the original experiment: Milgram Experiment. Do you think that groups of people who already knew each other would demonstrate more or less conformity if placed in these experimental situations? What if the teachers were men and the learners were women? Would teenagers conform the same as adults? dq 2 Sexuality and Social Inequality (graded) How could sexuality play a part in social inequality? Watch the following video: Girl's Self-Esteem. Does society hold women to a different set of expectations than they do for men? devry socs185n week 4 discussion dq 1& dq 2 latest 2016 dq 1 Social Mobility (graded) Has your family experienced significant upward or downward mobility over the past three or four generations? How do you think your values and behavior might differ had you experienced the opposite pattern of mobility? How might it have been different had your family been of a different ethnic or racial origin? dq 2 Perceptions of Deviance (graded) One of the more interesting topics of study is the area of deviance and social control. Choose a form of deviance with which you are familiar (not necessarily something you’ve done, but something someone you know did) and discuss why society views that behavior as deviant and whether perceptions of that behavior have changed over time. Explain which theory of deviance you think works best for understanding the deviant behavior you’ve chosen to discuss. week 5 Definitions of Race and Ethnicity (graded) What is meant by the social construction of race? Take a look at the this video link:.youtube.com/watch?v=EivX77ORIIs"> Kiri Davis: A Girl Like Me. Is your race more a matter of how you view yourself or of how others view you? In what ways is how you view yourself influenced by our society and culture?
Man's Work Versus Woman's Work (graded) How are household chores (cooking, cleaning, laundry, child care, auto maintenance, yard work, home repair, etc.) divided up along gender lines in your current residence? How were chores divided up in the home where you grew up? Is the time spent each week on the total about evenly divided or skewed one way or the other? week 6 We Are Family. Get Online And Post With Me... (graded) Sociologists stress that family life is not just a reflection of individual decisions but also the social structure of the broader society. Using concepts from this week’s reading to support your points, discuss how society shapes family life. What is Religion? (graded) How would you define a religion? What characteristics must a belief system have in order for it to be considered a religion? If a belief system did not include faith, a God, heaven, or hell, would it still be a religion? How much of a belief system do you have to believe in order to be considered a member of a religion, 100%, 90%, less? week 7 Think Globally, Act Locally (graded) What steps do you or your families take to lessen your impact on the environment? What items do

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