There are so many things in this world that are perceived to be deviant acts such as
murder, rape, pirating, robbery, and even illegal immigration. Yet I am only able to pick one to
discuss one, but after
Sociology Section A
Gun Panel Extra Credit
Gun Control Panel Response
A massive component to sociology is the research that goes into the field. Without data,
people are just blindly guessing at what is best based on theoretical evi
Sociology 1101 Web
October 9, 2015
The main differences between white-collar crimes and corporate crimes are
very few. In fact it can be difficult to tell these 2 types of crimes apart. A white-collar
crime is a crime that involves
17 October 2014
Test 3 Extra Credit
Test 3 Extra Credit #1
According to the textbook, medicalization of deviance is the transformation of moral
and legal deviance into a medical condition. For instance, people were once arrested for
5 December 2014
Sociology and Psychology
The religions, cultures, and the beliefs of the world are all influenced by one institution:
society. In this sociology course, I have been able to learn about the institution of society, and
5 November 2014
Discrimination, segregation, prejudice, postponement of full liberties, and wage
inequality are all examples of social inequality that have existed throughout the history of the
United States. Although the government, c
19 September 2014
Social Groups, Organizations, and Stereotypes
Throughout my life, I have been involved in a variety of social groups and formal
organizations, and have been exposed to many stereotypes that have shaped the way I have
3 September 2014
Social Integration and Culture
Languages, clothing, and behavior: all of these things are impacted by sociology.
Sociology is the study of society (Macionis, 2); it investigates how ones surrounding society can
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Fossil Fuel Dependency in the United States of America:
An Analysis of Its Impact on Both Society and the Environment
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Test 1 Extra Credit Questions
Test 1, Extra Credit 1
1. On pp. 7-8, what does Macionis say about marginality and the sociological perspective? What
are some of the categories that are at the margins?
2. Look on pp. 8-10. Nati
Is Gay Marriage Natural
I believe that gay marriage is natural and should be allowed to be entered into by whatever
couple chooses to. I agree with the statement made in the article for gay marriage because for one I
am gay and to be a gay individual it s
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For my Mass Media Culture essay I decided to write about the show titled,
Community. In this essay, I will be covering the values, goals, and perception of the characters
of what they
1. Where does the standard for what is attractive come from in our society?
a. The standard for our attractiveness comes from media and social ideals. We as
individuals give into the fact that we must look a certain way according to social
Violating the Norm
1. Violate a Norm
a. The norm I choose to violate was about the most obvious norm that still seems to
cause a problem to this day in society. I am gay which is my norm violation; the
rest of the wo
November 1st, 2010
Prostitutes, Serial Killers, Rapist what turns these people
born with the same opportunities as others into convicts and
criminals? How do they start on the paths th
05 Sept 2014
Sociology Extra Credit #1: Chapter 1
1. Macionis describes marginality as living on the margins of the dominant group or the
majority. He describes those who live on the margins of society as being better at using