Paul Stevenson has Tourettes Syndrome which is a disorder involving the nervous
system that causes people to have sudden tics or involuntary, sudden movements.
These tics make it is easy to knock something off the shelf or break somet
Name: Irena Sendler
Relevant Date: 1939-1943
Political Views: Socialist and opposed Nazi
Interests and Likes: Cooking, sewing,
of all the wonderful secret messengers, who
today are no longer
Gender stereotypes, socializations, and inequalities are how people are treated based on
their sex. As young children, we are taught how to treat others and treat the opposite sex
according to what society dictates, not what we believe. Stereotypes are th
1. False. The corners of life that people occupy such as jobs, income, education, gender,
age, and race are referred to as the social imperative.
2. False. On the micro level, sociologists study matters such as race relations and
Chapter 8 Overview
What Is Social Class?
A. There are the poor and the rich, and then there are you and I, neither poor nor rich.
This summarizes the level of consciousness most Americans have regarding social
class. The fact is that sociologists have
Chapter 9 Overview
Laying the Sociological Foundation
A. With more than six billion people on the planet, the world offers a fascinating array of
human characteristics. Race refers to the inherited physical characteristics that
distinguish one group fr
Chapter 7 Overview
Systems of Social Stratification
A. Social stratification is the division of large numbers of people into layers according to
their relative power, property, and prestige. It applies to both nations and to people
within a nation, soc
Chapter 10 Overview
Issues of Sex and Gender
A. Gender stratification refers to mens and womens unequal access to power, prestige,
1. Gender is especially significant because it is a master status, cutting across all
aspects of social lif
Tools to Transform a Remote Society
Considering anthropologists left behind a flashlight, transistor radio, moped, keg of beer,
and guns I believe it would surely have some sort of social impact on its people. The first thing
that came to mind was someone
Gender Stratification Exaggerated?
When discussing the topic of gender stratification, I think about the inequalities in every
aspect of social class, social status, everything in daily life that must do with gender that may
discredit someone from an aspe
It seems as though the people in the videos definitely face many everyday challenges.
These challenges can even arise from the simplest of tasks. From the first video there is a man
named Paul who suffers from Tourettes. It started out small or th
William S. Patterson
I would describe my social location as being an educated, middle-class African American
male, who lives in the suburbs. I am also from the 90s generation, and I believe all these factors
have contributed to who I have
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Role- Receiving fish, acclimating fish, placing fish in tanks, and assisting customers
Status- Gym member
Role- ran for five minutes, and leg/strength straining
Role- went to eat sushi, watch s
In reference to Dennis Gilbert and Joseph Kahls model of social class, I would say the
majority of my family would fall into the lower-middle class. I came to this deduction because
of the salary along with the description. It appears those in this class
Labs Developed by faculty at Lone Star College Montgomery
CRITICAL THINKING LAB LESSON # 4
AUTHORS PURPOSE and TONE
To understand a writers three possible purposes used in writing
To introduce the concept of tone
To identify the tone of a piece
Labs Developed by faculty at Lone Star College Montgomery
CRITICAL THINKING LAB LESSON # 1
POINT OF VIEW
To understand the differences between first, second, and third person point of view
To practice identifying the different points of view
I think the two most influential of the nine major social institutions would be family and
education. Family is the most influential because these are the people who you learn from.
Education is influential because it gives knowledge to learn different sk
On Saturday February 11, at 11 AM I went to Wal-Mart to do some last-minute shopping for a baby
shower Im hosting. It was some many people in the store that I almost left but remembered I had an
assignment to do as well so I said this is the perfect time
Assignment 13 - Psychological Therapies
Part 2 of the research paper will focus on psychological therapies. Please select TWO kinds of therapy described in
the chapter: Insight Therapies (e.g., Psychotherapy and Humanistic Therapy), Action Therapies (e.g.
Assignment 12 - Psychological Disorders
Part 1 of the research paper will focus on psychological disorders. Please select TWO psychological disorder
categories described in the textbook: Anxiety Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Mood Disorders (e.g., Maj
Social location is something sociologists use to understand human behavior. They do so by
examining the surrounding society that an individual or group of people live in, as well as the
specific time in which they reside. There are many variables included
How does living with Tourettes effect your life? Part I. Having to live with Tourettes
can be very difficult. Its hard for the person that has Tourettes as well as the others around
them. They are always thinking people are judging them and it stresses th
This situation was handled like a regular stop by the police. She was in the wrong for texting and driving.
She shouldnt have looked down to check her phone. If she hadnt been looking down at her phone to
check a text she wouldnt have ran the stop sign. T
1.According to Comte, positivism arose out of a
need to make _ sense of the social
order in a time of declining religious authority.
2. Which of the three historical epistemologi
1.Put the following media types in order of their
historical appearance and use in society.
2. A television ad campaign for a new car starts
playing nationwide. W
1. Sociology is the study of _
a. what seems natural or normal to a given group of people.
b. human society.
c. how groups interact with one another.
d. all of the above.
2. Using the sociological imagination helps sociologists _
Study guide for Geography Final
Andes Mountains run from Argentina to Venezuela
Amazon River largest River in the world by volume second largest by length
Caribbean Islands Cuba, Jamaca, Hispanola, & Puertorico lesser Antilles smaller island
World Geography Midterm Study Guide
Desalination Plants Plants that are built to take the salt out of the water, so that it can be usable
Christianity Jesus the son of God The bible you better know the rest. The Crusades
Judaism Torah, waiting on messiah