1) Describe and discuss the dimensions included as part of our identities.
There are 12 different identities:
age identity: identification with the cultural convention of how we should
act, look, and behave according to our age
How are biological theories of gender produced in the cases of evolutionary psychology and sex
testing in sport? That is, how do these cases draw on old ideas about gender as having a
Explain what West and Zimmerman mean by In the beginning, there was sex and there was
gender. In their theory, what is the relationship between sex and gender? Does what you have
What do Baca Zinn and Dill mean by the false universalism [and essentialism] embedded in the
concept woman? Identify some examples from the Dangerous Intersections article and the
pieces by Cl
Which school of thought regarding sexuality and gender is most compelling to you that
gender structures sexuality, that sexuality structures gender, or that these two systems are
Who are the gender defenders Bornstein talks about, and why do they defend gender? Can you give any
examples of gender defending that you have experience (either as a defender or someone being
Investigation Project Reflection
The point of this Project was to getting students at HSU to is to reduce the consumption
of plastic, stop single-use water bottles at HSU to promote drinking local tap
In this paper I will discuss multiple topics about the social ecology eco-system.
The main point of this paper is to show what I learned about the principal that are experts in the
fields of th
20 October 2013
Unit 6 Questions
1. What was life like at Versailles, the French court?
-Versailles was highly functional and helped the king to centralize his authority
2. What did Pascal declare about th
November 17, 2013
1. What were the conditions that made possible the Industrial Revolution in
-It is said that the contemporaries themselves were the single greatest shift in
November 7, 2013
1. What three new ideologies arose after the French Revolution?
-During the nineteenth century, three new ideologies that were also
international political movements, came about throu
Lesson Module #5
Civil Rights, The Challenge of Equal Protection
Civil rights generally are described as constitutional issues involving equal
protection. The locus of equal protection in the US Constitution is the Fourteenth
Study Guide for Chapters 5-8
An important concept in the analysis of deviance is that?
Without norms for governing behavior, what would happen?
Deviance is and is often defined by who?
What is social control?
When access to socially approved mea
Short Paper #1
Introduction to Sociology 104
14 March 2013
The Matrix and Reality
The movie The Matrix represents our socially constructed reality in a very extreme
way. The movie tries to convince its viewers that the life as we kno
Introduction to Sociology 104
Short Paper #2
19 April 2013
Young Life: A Mission for Youth
The movement I have chosen is called Young Life, a worldwide organization that aims to
meet youth where they are in their lives using young adults who
SOC104: Introduction to Sociology
May 2, 2013
Being a woman from a middle class family instills certain values, creates unique
experiences, and structures many parts of the world around me. Whether these things