SOC100 Week5 Social Movement Presentation

SOC100 Week5: Social movements are usually caused by disruptions in society based on a need for social change. Social movements can start from a grassroots level, like the Me Too Movement, or from changes at a macro-level, such as gun policies by politicians. Identify a social issue happening in the United States today that is […]

SOC100 Week4 Social Inequality in the Media

SOC100 Week4: Watch 30–60 minutes of a production from current media that illustrates examples of social stratification and inequalities, such as a sitcom, drama, movie, or documentary. Examples include productions like Blackish, Sons of Anarchy, Family Guy, Empire, CSI, BlacKkKlansman, Chicago Fire, Orange is the New Black, NCIS, When They See Us, Pose, Game of […]

SOC100 Week3 Field Study Observation

SOC100 Week3: Part I – Participant Observation Sociologists use research to collect information about society and apply their findings to everyday life to better understand the human condition. Sociologists can investigate people in their natural environments by becoming part of their everyday settings to observe and study participants.   Imagine that you are a practicing […]

SOC100 Week2 Socialization and Self-Identity Presentation

SOC100 Week2: Review the Reading Guide: Socialization and Social Institutions for information on roles, statuses, and social institutions to assist with this assignment. A sense of self is developed through roles and statuses that are reinforced through social structures that shape our personal experiences. Roles are patterns of behavior that we use every day to […]

SOC100 Week1 Sociology in Real World Cultures Worksheet

SOC100 Week1: Review the following segments of “It’s All About Culture” from the University Library: Segment 1, “What Is Corporate Culture?” Segment 2, “Levels of Culture Within an Organization” Segment 3, “Types of Corporate Cultures”   Complete the Sociology in Real World Cultures Worksheet. Sociology in Real World Cultures Worksheet Complete Parts I–III below. Respond […]