Imagine you are working for a community center that offers health wellness and relief services to all community

Question

Imagine you are working for a community center that offers health, wellness, and relief services to all community

members. The clientele is diverse and everyday you see people from all walks of life. One morning, a young man, Jeff, comes to the center for assistance. Jeff’s shoes and clothes are ragged, his hair is unwashed, and he’s thin. He stops to speak to Mary, the new front desk assistant. You notice Mary’s facial expression and realize that she is put off by Jeff’s appearance. She rudely sends him off towards the social services office.

Later that morning you walk by the social services office. You see that Linda, the manager, has found Jeff a sandwich and some coffee. Linda is sitting beside him and helping him fill out paperwork. She touches him arm briefly before standing up to greet another client.

Reflect on what you know about social structure (which is made up of social institutions like the economy, family, and government). Explain how social structure plays a role in the lives of clients like Jeff.

Think about the interaction between Mary and Jeff. Explain how Mary’s treatment of Jeff may impact his experience at the community center.

Think about the interaction between Linda and Jeff. List one potential positive outcome from Linda’s treatment of Jeff.

Sociology

Re Text Ch 10 Essentials of Sociology A GiddensWhat is true &amp

not true about

Question

Re: Text Ch 10, Essentials of Sociology, A. Giddens

  1. What is true not true about

racism?

  • What is stereotype?
  • What is true not true about residential segregation?
  • What group has the lowest high school graduation rate?
  • What is true not true about the Civil War?
  • What did the 1964 Civil Rights Act do?
  • Which group has lived in the US longer than all other immigrant groups than Anglo-Saxon, yet faces segregation poverty?
  • Is it a primary explanation that only class disadvantages is the reason for racial inequality? in addition to class, what else is important?
  • *I am looking for short, brief, answers only. THANK YOU!*

    Sociology

    Re Text Ch 7 Essentials of Sociology A GiddensWhat is stratification?What is social

    Question

    Re: Text Ch 7, Essentials of Sociology, A. Giddens

    1. What is stratification?
    2. What is social

    prestige? Achieved status? Ascribed status?

  • What was wrong with Marx’s view on stratification?
  • What is Max Weber’s view on stratification?
  • What social class are you in if you make $115,000 a year just with high school?
  • What social class is a family if the father makes $32,000 his wife makes $15,000?
  • What is surplus value?
  • What are the effects of technology on stratification?
  • Upper Class important facts
  • How does the government determine the poverty line?
  • Social Security Medicare important facts
  • What is Charles Murray’s view on dependence culture? What is culture of poverty?
  • What is the most distressing sign of stratification in the US?
  • What is social mobility? Name 4 types of social mobility.
  • What does cultural capital mean according to Pierre Bourdieu?
  • *I am looking for short, brief, answers, THANK YOU*

    Sociology

    Weber discusses the characteristics of the kind of social organization he sees as dominating modernity

    Remember

    Question

    Weber discusses the characteristics of the kind of social organization he sees as dominating modernity. Remember

    that Weber sees this rationalized organization as one of the greatest inventions of modernity, but he is also concerned about how these organizations will change the experience of the individual in modernity.

    1. In what respects is bureaucracy impersonal? What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of this impersonality?

    2. Through most of human history, kinship has been the foundation of social organization. Why is kinship missing from Weber’s analysis of bureaucracy? On what other basis are people selected for bureaucratic positions?

    3. Why does bureaucracy take a hierarchical form? Do you think formal organization must be hierarchical?

    4. Discuss at least 4 characteristics of bureaucracy as presented in the Max Weber writings.

    Sociology

    Imagine you are going to start a social movement Give a name to your movement Then give a mission statement

    Question

    Imagine you are going to start a social movement. Give a name to your movement . Then give a mission statement

    for your movement or organization that describes the goals and purpose of the movement, and how it will contribute to society. After this, please identify and share the potential barriers your movement may encounter while attempting to meet its goals.

    Sociology

    1 …

    Define material and Non-material culture.

    What happens when people accept material culture such as, new

    Question

    1. Define material and Non-material culture. What happens when people accept material culture such as, new

    technology (cell phones) but then society struggles to adjust to the impact that material culture has on that society?

    What is this adjustment period called? Discuss how cell phones have helped AND harmed society.

    .the textbook is ( Schaefer. Sociology in Modules 4e ebook – Richard Schaefer.4e)

    Chapter 17

    Sociology

    Which of the following is

    not
    a characteristic of critical race

    Question

    • Which of the following is not a characteristic of critical race

    theory?

  • Critical race theory has its origins in the United States civil rights movement.
  • Civil rights legislation effectively reduces the experience of subtle, business-as-usual forms of racism.
  • The best way to document ongoing racial inequality is to learn from those who have lived through discrimination and oppression.
  • One of the main premises of critical race theory is the belief that racism is ingrained in American society.
  • Sociology

    1 …

    Define race.
    Explain sociologists’ argument that race is a social and historical,
    rather than

    Question

    1. Define race. Explain sociologists’ argument that race is a social and historical, rather than

    biological, construction.

    2. Were initial justifications for enslaving Africans in English colonies racial in nature? Why or why not?

    Sociology

    Hello I need help with this question please assist me Thank you The

    Question

    Hello,

    I need help with this question, please assist me. Thank you.

    The

    lower prices offered by e-commerce players versus those charged by traditional brick and mortar stores are made possible due to

    a. the virtual commercial environment and a smaller variety of product offerings.

    b. the virtual commercial environment and low overhead and operating costs.

    c. a wider variety of product offerings and the virtual commercial environment

    d. low overhead and operating costs and a wider variety of product offerings

    2. The value of the dollar is tied to that of the euro. What does this mean?

    a. a weaker euro raises the cost of goods the US imports from overseas

    b. a stronger dollar raises the cost of goods the US imports from overseas.

    c. a weaker dollar raises the cost of goods the US imports from overseas.

    d. a stronger euro lowers the costs of goods the US imports from overseas.

    3. Which of the following is an example of behavioral segmentation?

    a. a health club that targets college students.

    b. a resort that targets families with children.

    c. a florist that targets those who buy the most flowers.

    d. a restaurant that targets senior citizens.

    4. Which of the following is considered a prerequisite for marketing success?

    a. an awareness of different competing brands

    b. timely knowledge of consumer behavior

    c. a background in sociology

    d. experience analyzing buyer behavior

    5. Which of the following describes PersonalX household-level segmentation system?

    a. it characterizes six distinct types of households.

    b. it was developed by Nielsen Claritas

    c. It assigns colorful labels to segments such as Young Digerati and Shotguns’ and Pickups

    d. It enables marketers to reach targeted segments both on and off offline.

    Marketing

    When looking at individual incentives in the movie Iron Man Tony Stark played by Robert Downey Jr was

    Question

    When looking at individual incentives in the movie Iron Man, Tony Stark played by Robert Downey Jr. was

    motivated to earn money selling military arms to whomever would pay for them. Yet, when analyzing entire societies, such explanations do not explain large economic systems. Yet, sociologist are not actors and they study real life phenomena. Sociologist Max Weber, however, discussed how ________ influenced _________.

    Socialism, to Marxism

    Democracy, Patriotism

    Protestantism, Capitalism

    Disruption, Suicide

    Sociology

    Hello tutors Could you please help me with this question Do you believe that

    Question

    Hello tutors,

    Could you please help me with this question,

    Do you believe that

    technology has indeed flattened the world in terms of providing economic opportunity? Do you believe digital media have changed social interaction and human connections? How do you think the economy in your country will change as it moves closer to a technology-driven service economy?

    please tell me the reference too.

    thank you

    Sociology

    Discuss the importance of social supports in older adults’ lives What role do social supports play? Discuss some

    Question

    discuss the importance of social supports in older adults’ lives. What role do social supports play? Discuss some

    examples of social support. Include in your discussion what happens to older adults when their social support systems break down and what can be done to strengthen social supports to help older adults avoid isolation? What are some concerns and needs for social support among older adults who are LGBTQ?

    Sociology

    1

    A restaurant in downtown New York posted a sign that states people of Mexican or Latino decent must

    Question

    D. Stereotypes negatively affect student achievement.

    4. A large corporation decides to buy all of the local food markets in one town so that they will have no competition. However, the federal law forbids this because it would establish a/an

    A. oligopoly.

    B. global economy.

    C. monopoly.

    D. economic concentration.

    5. Studies have determined that higher levels of religiosity are correlated with

    A. high rates of divorce.

    B. moderate levels of patriarchy.

    C. low rates of delinquency.

    D. faith in science.

    Sociology

    The reading this week calls out the difference between diversity and inclusion Provide an example of

    Question

    The reading this week calls out the difference between diversity and inclusion. Provide an example of

    each, and indicate how the two concepts relate to one another. How might the connection between diversity and inclusion be important in a working environment? Share an example of this connection and discuss its importance. Finally, discuss at least one historical change that has influenced a shift in workplace diversity.

    Sociology

    1 …

    Discuss how the conflict
    and
    feminist theorists discuss the role of women in

    Question

    1. Discuss how the conflict and feminist theorists discuss the role of women in

    society.

    2. Discuss Arlie Hochschild’s concept of the second shift. Discuss a specific example.

    Sociology 200 Ch 11

    This is complete Question

    Sociology

    What concept best describes what occurs when a young adult joins the military and goes through boot camp after

    Question

    What concept best describes what occurs when a young adult joins the military and goes through boot camp after

    having been able to independently make decisions and do what she wants when she wants?

    Social devaluation

    Anticipatory socialization

    Resocialization

    Social control

    • 14-year-old high school student is learning many new things from his peers. For example, now that he is in high school, he believes that he should watch certain shows, attend school sporting events, and feel comfortable arguing with teachers if he doesn’t agree with their viewpoints. What is the high school student learning?
    • His personality
    • His cohort
    • His identity
    • His role

    Sociology

    To which extent is Class and Racial Privilege socially constructed?

    Drawing on your personal experience, compare

    Question

    To which extent is Class and Racial Privilege socially constructed? Drawing on your personal experience, compare

    this to a situation in your life in which you have been subject to discrimination along these lines. If this does not apply to you, then describe why you think you haven’t experienced discrimination.

    Sociology

    Your assignment this week asks to you think about the three main sociological paradigms again (conflict theory

    Question

    Your assignment this week asks to you think about the three main sociological paradigms again (conflict theory,

    functionalism, and symbolic interactionsim).

    What might interest a symbolic interactionst about the institution of religion? What about the institution of the media? how do we make meaning relative to media, including social media and why might this be important to study?

    Sociology

    Week 1 Reflection Assignment The Search for TruthPlease answer these prewriting questions in complete

    Question

    Week 1 Reflection Assignment: The Search for Truth

    Please answer these prewriting questions in complete

    sentences (the more you write, the better your ideas will be for the essay portion!):

    Why do the prisoners in the cave mistake appearance for reality?

    Why is it so painful for the freed prisoner to venture first past the fire and then out into the sunlight? Is the pain worth it? Why?

    Why might some prisoners, having been exposed to the outside world, choose to return to their shackled lives in the cave?

    Why might the remaining prisoners kill the prisoner who returns to free them?

    Take your answers to these questions and apply them to life and truth today. Are there any metaphorical prisoners in modern life?

    Sociology

    In our last class we discussed the concept of socialization This is a very important concept in

    Question

    In our last class we discussed the concept of socialization. This is a very important concept in

    sociology.

    1. Be sure to read Chapter 4 in the textbook.

    Also read the Socialization and Primary Socialization articles in Wikipedia:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialization

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primary_socialisation

    Now, write at least a 300 word essay, in your own words, on the following topic:

    1. What is socialization?

    2. What is the difference between primary and secondary socialization?

    3. Where and how does primary socialization usually occur?

    4. Where does secondary socialization usually occur?

    5. Several famous thinkers have written a lot about socialization, including Talcott Parsons, Sigmund Freud, George Herbert Mead, Charles Cooley, and Jean Piaget. Chose one of these persons and explain something about their theory of socialization.

    Remember, you need to USE YOUR OWN WORDS. Also, you need to cite your sources in APA format.

    Social Science

    Matthews (2012) proposed sociology is useful tool for the following 1) it provides a valuable explanation of the

    Question

    Matthews (2012) proposed sociology is useful tool for the following 1) it provides a valuable explanation of the

    self and others, and 2) it provides a means through which one can gain an understanding of the social world. Of course, sociology is but one of a number of ways to consider human beings and some social behavior. Matthews (2012) citied biblical origins of this need for understanding ourselves as individuals and as part of a larger social groups (Genesis 1:28; Matthew 19:19). What are some ways you could see this Christain view of sociology manifest in or society?

    Sociology

    How have social historical leaders molded my behavior and world view?In what sense am I both a

    Question

    How have social historical leaders molded my behavior and world view?

    In what sense am I both a

    product and producer of culture?

    How has my family background expanded or restricted my opportunities and life chances?

    How might I be different had I been born into another culture or if this individual I chose has not

    been born?

    What have been the most influential act this individual was responsible for that impacted my

    life?

    Sociology

    1)What is meant by deviance is relativeAlso for the other 2 questions I dont understand

    Question

    1)What is meant by deviance is relative

    Also for the other 2 questions, I dont understand

    what the question means… could you please explains me what it means so that I could answer the questions myself? Could you give me the example of the answers too? I won’t use your examples as my answer, but honestly, I don’t really get this lesson since there’s only few explaination in this chanpter

    Sociology

    Discuss theory the McDonaldization of society What exactly does this phrase mean?

    How might this theory,

    Question

    Discuss theory the McDonaldization of society. What, exactly, does this phrase mean? How might this theory,

    assuming it is correct, affect your own life in college and after?

    http://www.mcspotlight.org/people/interviews/ritzer_george.html

    http://www.mcspotlight.org/media/books/ritzer_excerpt.html

    Sociology

    Hello this is for an essay with my sociology 101 class I am struggling to determine what is what when it comes to

    Question

    Hello this is for an essay with my sociology 101 class, I am struggling to determine what is what when it comes to

    conceptualize, operationalize, and measuring.

    There is nothing in my book. Could you please take the stuff from my essay and put it into the 3 categories? any help is appreciated.

    Suppose you are given the following question as a research topic:

    Are women more emotional than men?

    a. How would you conceptualize, operationalize, and measure it?

    (Make sure to include your hypothesis)

    b. Is crying a valid measurement of being emotional? Why or why not?

    In order to find out if women are more emotional than men, we would have to choose a less subjective way to measure emotions. I would start by conceptualizing two emotions like anger and sadness. Anger is shown by humans through several ways including sweating, raised voice, increased heart rate, furrowed eyebrows and sometimes audible cursing. The other emotion we could look at is sadness which is defined by teary eyes and crying. To operationalize this, each subject would have a similar background, age and education. show each sex two different videos and monitor them. The first video would be angering, and the second video would be sad. However, each video could be perceived either way. In order to monitor anger, we would show a video of an animal being abused and pay close attention to their vital signs and look for an increase of heart rate and blood pressure. We could also monitor body language including sweating and facial expressions. We could also ask each participant how they fe because they are the only ones who truly know how they fe. I would operationalize it by using heart rate and a blood pressure monitor while also paying close attention to body language. There would also be a survey after each video. This would be considered Qualitative research because we would allow more interpretation and nuance in what people say and do(pg 56) We would have to keep in mind the Hawthorne effect and assume some reactions are exaggerated.

    Sociology

    Choose ONE of the following questions 1)

    Which of these major sociological perspectives: conflict

    Question

    Choose ONE of the following questions:

    1) Which of these major sociological perspectives: conflict

    theory, functionalist theory, interactionist theory, or feminist theory, is the most effective for understanding our system of education? Defend your choice by incorporating an example from real life.

    Or

    2) To what extent should the educational system prepare people for the job force versus preparing them to think critically? Which is more important in your view, and why? Connect your points to a recent news article or event.

    Sociology

    What is the relate about

    how the death penay is a general deterrent to murder,

    and socialization often

    Question

    what is the relate about how the death penay is a general deterrent to murder, and socialization often

    perpetuates discriminatory views and myths about crime and deviance.

    Sociology

    What items that you frequently use that you think have the greatest negative impact on the

    Question

    What items that you frequently use that you think have the greatest negative impact on the

    environment?

    Explain how the use of the item impacts the environment and the people in your community?

    What steps do you or your family members take to lessen your impact on the environment?

    What are some approaches communities could take to encourage members to reduce waste?

    Thanks

    Sociology

    Many students have varying views on such things as smoking marijuana speeding shoplifting and physical

    Question

    Many students have varying views on such things as smoking marijuana, speeding, shoplifting, and physical

    fighting. To what extent have you been exposed to (learned) ideas that support (or condemn) these (or similar) deviant behaviours? If you learn deviant behaviour, can you ‘unlearn’ this behaviour? What are the implications for controlling deviant behaviour?

    Sociology

    Students in a discussion of gun control in a sociology class at Foothill Community College argue that Republicans

    Question

    Students in a discussion of gun control in a sociology class at Foothill Community College argue that Republicans

    are more likely to oppose gun control than Independents. They use data from an article titled Gun Control Splits America, published March 23, 2010 in pewresarch.org by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. In this study 62% of Republicans and 57% of Independents say that states should not be able to pass laws banning handguns.

    For a claim that a larger proportion of Republicans oppose state laws banning handguns when compared to Independents, the null and aernative hypotheses are

    The p-value is 0.06. If we conduct this test at a 5% level of significance, what would be an appropriate conclusion?

    Question 99
    Students in a discussion of gun control in a sociology class at Foothill
    Select one answer.
    Community College argue that Republicans are more likely to oppose gun
    10 points
    control than Independents. They use data from an article titled quot;Gun Control
    Splits America,quot; published March 23, 2010 in pewresarch.org by the Pew Research Center for the
    People and the Press. In this study 62% of Republicans and 57% of Independents say that states
    should not be able to pass laws banning handguns.
    For a claim that a larger proportion of Republicans oppose state laws banning handguns when
    compared to Independents, the null and aernative hypotheses are
    Ho:P1 – P2 = 0
    ( P1 = P2)
    Ha :P1 – P2gt;0
    ( P1gt; P2 )
    The p-value is 0.06. If we conduct this test at a 5% level of significance, what would be an appropriate
    conclusion?
    A. O Reject Ho , and support Ha .
    B. O Support Ho , and reject Ha .
    C. O Fail to Reject H. , do not support Ha .
    Statistics and Probability

    Please revise please Sociologists research and write about current topics that are culturally

    Question

    Please revise please

    Sociologists research and write about current topics that are cuurally,

    politically, socially, and economically important. One such subject is same-sex marriage.

    For this assignment, you will research a few court cases.

    Running head: SAME SEX MARRIAGE 1 Same Sex Marriage
    Student’s Name
    Course Title
    NOV 20, 2016 SAME SEX MARRIAGE `2
    Same Sex Marriage A topic that is cuurally, socially, politically, and…
    Sociology