Comparison of College Students With and Without Parental
Berkeley City College
The question that I will be referring to throughout this paper is: How does the success of a
college student with parental control comp
How does the success of a college student with parental control compare to the success of a
student without it?
Why do parents practice parental control towards their college children?
How can parental control affect a st
1. Why are experiments not very generalizable? What can be done to improve the external
invalidity of experiments?
Experiments are not very generalizable because in studies the researchers tend to study specific issues
or situations in specific population
A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of an Intensive Rehabilitation
The research described in the article A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of an Intensive
Rehabilitation Supervision program provide rehabilitation and treatments conducted
Mother: Linda youve been our most attached daughter, you worry about your father and I a lot. I
still recall when I gave birth to you and your father stepped away you wouldnt stop crying. You
finally stopped crying once he stepped right next to us. Youve
Race in Media Coverage of School Shootings: A Parallel Application of Framing Theory and
Attribute Agenda Setting
The article is about research of a school shooting done by an asian student that dives into race and
Partners in a relationship have the same potential towards one another. Why are men most
likely to propose to a women? Opposed to women proposing to men?
Women propose to men vice versa
Panel design- talk to one pe
Chapter 5: Groups and organizations
1. How are categories different from groups?
People all over the country with a status in common, such as
women, homeowners, soldiers, millionaires, college graduates, and
Roman Catholics, are not a group but a category
1) Sociology: The systematic scientific study of human behavior, groups of society and the
general patterns/ trends found in society.
2) Social Movement Research Methods: - Participant observation :becoming a member
of a group to understand how they view
Soc Exam 2 Study Guide
1) Cointelpro - a series of covert, and at times illegal, projects conducted by the FBI
aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting and disrupting political organizations
2) What caused the decline of protest cycles?
How do we know what we know
On the Normalization of Prisons
Many ways to learn about prisons
and carceral forms in the United
Primer on Intersectionality
A theory that argues that the social categories of
race, ethnicity, gender, social class and so on
should be studied in relation to one another.
Source: Ferguson, Susan J., eds. 2013. "Race, Gender, Sexuality, & Social Class: D
Interactions at a Senior Retirement Facility
Subculture is based upon shared personal interests and life experiences. It is a grouping
of people with shared characteristics a culture within a culture. I identif
The Sexual Revolution and Its Implications
Introduction to Sociology
The sexual revolution entailed radical change in the sexual attitudes and practices
of society. Starting in the 1920s, people migrated from rural area
The Sociological Imagination: My Contextual Interaction with Ms. Amethyst
Introduction to Sociology
Sociology offers much insight into ones reality. C. Wright Mills defined the
sociological imagination as the vivid awar
Social aggregates - shared physical characteristics, situation, may never see each other
again, happen to be together
Social categories shared interests, working together for similar outcome
Cooleys Primary: intimacy, personal, enduring; family, care abou