What are some of your ascribed, achieved, and master statuses?
Id have to say for myself an ascribed social status for me is me being outspoken
and able to communicate how I feel to any audience. Ive noticed that over the years Ive
come a long way in reg
Id have to say the work place. With the job I currently have as a wheeled vehicle I need to socialize all
throughout my day. I deal directly with the soldiers of my in regards to their vehicles and power
generators. Im the first line of defense when it co
Life Viewed through
the Eye of a Soldier
By: Sergeant Raynald
1. Personal Experience: My first deployment to Iraq.
2. Describe how that experience was influenced by society structures: The war on terror/
after 9/11 took place
3. Finally review the
My name is Raynald Thomas Im a Sergeant in the United States Army. Ive served my country for the
past almost 7 years and have enjoyed every moment of the time spent stateside and in combat. Ive
deployed to Iraq on two different occasions in support of ope
My research of deviant behavior comes from the people I have come across in life. On
multiple occasions Ive seen people deviate away from making the right decisions and goes
down a path that is hard to travel back from. Deviant behavior to me is something
In todays society perspective and perception play a large role in the way people view
things. Ill use this simple example. Lets say we have a jury full of random people
sitting on a court case. When its all said and done they decide someones fate. They al
Describe how these institutions affect gender-socialization.
When it comes to institutions and gender socialization it all depends on what is
that needs to be done. At times I can clearly see that certain positions are given to women
due to them being li
1. List a few of the stereotypes or types of stereotypes.
o All African Americans eat fried chicken,
o Caucasians have no rhythm,
o All Arabs and Muslims are terrorists,
2. In what ways do they exaggerate the group?
Id have to say that the first stereotyp
There are a few different ways to non-verbally communicate. They range from something as
simple as a text message to merely just a photograph with a certain facial expression. As time
progresses I feel that society is moving further and further away from
In what ways does culture related to social class
impact identity and pride within specific social classes?
Unfortunately in todays society your culture plays a large role in everything
that we do not only your social status. I see your identity and prid
How have you seen gender roles change?
Yes as time has progressed Ive seen jobs that were only for men in the
past are conquered by women. The women has even raised the bar and made it
more competitive and at times harder for men to get the job. Most of
I personally think that changing the composition of our population would probably change how people
viewed other races. Many years ago people were brained washed into thinking that just because you are
a different race that made you different as a person.
I personally think that if our country started feeding the homeless families here in America instead of
feeding the children in what we consider a 3 rd world country America would be a much better place.
There is so much focus on affairs outside of the U.
W5 Discussion Mills Principle of Utility
Introduction to Philosophy
Mill's Principle of Utility
Please work with your classmates to construct a high-quality, extended academic
discussion of the following questions. As always in our class, please work toge
W5 Discussion Sociological Theories of Deviance and Crime
Introduction to Sociology I
Sociological Theories of Deviance and Crime
Select one of the four perspectives on crime and deviance (functionalism, conflict,
feminist, or symbolic interactionist). In
1. What term best applies to people who share a culture and a territory?
Hint: p. 149
SLO3:Assess the various social groups and organizations within societies, and discuss
1. The organized, usual, or standard ways by which society meets its basic needs are
referred to as _.
Hint: p. 102
SLO6:Analyze the different social stratifications
The difference between status and role is that _.
status identification is strictly enforced, but roles are not
we occupy a status that is a social position, but we play a role that is a social
status is voluntary, but role is
What is the skipped-generation family?
Grandparents act as parents rearing their children's children.
Couples that have both come from large families but have no children of their own.
Couples that divorce, and neither the mother nor fathe
All of the following statements are accurate in describing gestures, except for
Gestures rely on the use of one's body to communicate with others.
People in every part of the world use gestures.
A gesture's mea
Sociology week 8 Take Test Final
Save and Submit
20. At the Barkley Company, there are forty employees. Addison is the
President and CEO. Below her, Jack and Ross are managers. The thirty-seven
others work below the managers
Sociology Week 4 exam
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Which of the following primary agents of socialization is most influential?
What is a common criticism of conflict theory?
A. Conflict theorists
Perceptions of Deviance, Crime, Victims, and Justice
December 20, 2015
There are many ways of media the delivers the news on most issues, the one I use to get
information on deviant behavior, crime, victims of crime and justice of crim
December 14, 2015
The IRS is a bureaucracy; I come in contact with because it is the nations tax collection
agency and administers that Internal Revenue Code enacted by congress. I use this agency when
I file taxes
November 27, 2015
Social status is a position you carry, high status like a president, senator, or mayor
and low status such as janitor, waitress, and cashier, these status can bring a lot of
prestige or very little. Some
Cultural Representations of Social Class
December 29, 2015
Culture consists of norms, beliefs and values. These are things that we are born to know
and learn over time from being taught by your parents and later on throughout our schoo
The Building Blocks of Culture
November 25, 2015
Each culture is unique and is all around us, there are five building blocks that play a part
in building a culture. They are norms, values, roles, status, and customs. Norms are rules a
November 19, 2015
My personal experience is having a baby out of wedlock at a young age. For me this was
a very hard time in my young life because I was young, pregnant and unmarried and people tend
to gossip a
December 29, 2015
The three main institutions in gender socialization, family, school and the media help us
interact with people and also the behaviors that we learn are through socialization. We learn a
After you have read the chapter Government, Politics and War you see that some local
governments are providing free or low-cost broadband Internet access to their citizens. Should
governments be in the business of providing Internet access? Why or Why not