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Environmental Forces Creating Social Change
This paper is an examination of four environmental forces that have brought about social change: technological innovation (the Internet), economic meltdown (the current housing crisis), ideological imposition (the attacks of 9/11), and the environment itself (Hurricane Katrina). It considers how in each case a powerful change in the surrounding circumstances altered the way in which the social structure operates in America. Each challenged society’s values, coping mechanisms, ability to process information, and personal interactions, among many other constructs, and had transformative effects such that it is nearly impossible now to remember how things were before.
This paper is an examination of four environmental forces that havebrought about social change technological innovation the Internet economic meltdown... more
4 pages | 4 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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The Effects of Poverty on Children
The social exclusion of children in poverty begins with their lack of education, or disinterest in learning, poor social skills and no family guidance leading to juvenile delinquency, promiscuity, and even more serious gasng-related crimes. There is no cure for poverty, meaning we are losing generatikons of children growing into anti-social adulthood
The Effects of Poverty on Children While medical researchers and scientists are working around the clockto halt the progress of diseases that often... more
4 pages | 3 sources | 6 citations | APA citation style

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Racial Formation Theory
In the current paper, the family history of my cousins will be discussed. My aunt is Japanese American, and ethnic and racial identities of her children have all been enriched because of the vast cultural history she taught. This paper will draw on data as well as anecdotal examples to illuminate racial formation theory.
In the current paper the family history of my cousins will bediscussed My aunt is Japanese American and ethnic and racial identitiesof her children... more
5 pages | 5 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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Bullying in the Schools
This paper argues that school bullying is related to feelings of power and dominance. Based on studies conducted in Australia and elsewhere, it is noted that the evidence supports gender as a major factor in bullying, since most bullies are male and they want to show themselves as being "tough" and "macho." There is a lack of evidence at this time to connect bullying to race and ethnicity, although there is evidence to support the possibility that socioeconomic inequalities play a role in bullying.
Bullying is a serious problem in the schools It is a behaviour thatdisrupts the educational process and causes psychological and physical harmto... more
2 pages | 3 sources | 6 citations | APA citation style

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Poverty
Poverty is the greatest social problem of the 21st century. Those who are unable to afford basic human needs such as fresh and clean drinking water, nutrition, health care, and shelter are said to be in absolute poverty. Today, around 1.7 billion people are said to live in absolute poverty worldwide (UN 7). In the present discussion, poverty will be examined in order to shed light on this social issue.
Poverty is the greatest social problem of the st century Those who areunable to afford basic human needs such as fresh and clean drinking water... more
5 pages | 5 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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Science as a means of oppression
This paper argues that the Tuskegee syphilis study and the John Hopkins lead paint hazard study illustrate how medical discourse (Foucault) and science serve ideological purposes (Marcuse).
Introduction Modern medical research has provided insights and cures for manydiseases and conditions and is thus frequently perceived of as being... more
6 pages | 4 sources | 12 citations | MLA citation style

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Conflict Theory, Functional Structuralism and Income Inequality
Structural functionalism in sociology views society as a structure with distinct parts that work together. Talcott Parsons defined structural functionalism as a specific stage in the development of the social sciences, as opposed to a singular school of thought. The American economy has been an economy in transition since the 1950s, from a boom in the 1980s to a downturn after 2001. In addition, economic inequality has increased over the past 35 years, for example in 2005 those earning the top 5% of income had more than 50% of the national income whereas 12.6% of the population were living in poverty (Malahy, Rubinlicht, & Kaiser, 2009).
Structural functionalism in sociology views society as a structurewith distinct parts that work together Talcott Parsons defined... more
7 pages | 8 sources | 13 citations | MLA citation style

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Sociology Questions and Answers
This paper features ten sociology questions and answers. The questions cover adolescence, sexuality, parenting, marriage, psychosocial, cognitive, and physical theories of development, health in adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood, and late adulthood, and gay and lesbian relationships.
Of all the proposed perspectives on development choose two that you aremost inclined to accept Please describe each one and discuss the reasonswhy you... more
7 pages | 3 sources | 21 citations | APA citation style

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Goffman's Social Actor and Morality
Erving Goffman is recognized as one of the most important sociologists in the twentieth century. He focused on the study of everyday social behavior utilizing a variety of qualitative methods. Goffman's goal was to develop a "general theory of face-to-face interaction...used to interpret any social exchange" (Manning 1992, p. 2). Goffman's (1959) writings had a wide reach. His works have impacted the fields of sociology, anthropology, psychology, psychiatry, linguistics and criminology. Though he was a sociologist he was influenced by Durkheim, Marx and even Freud (Menand 2009).
Erving Goffman is recognized as one of the most importantsociologists in the twentieth century He focused on the study of everydaysocial behavior... more
8 pages | 8 sources | 20 citations | Other citation style

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One World, one people under soccer? A case study of the Soccer World Cup
This paper uses a critical discourse approach (Foucault) to the international popularity of soccer.
One World One People Under Soccer A case study of the Soccer World Cup Sociology of sport has a long tradition that dates back to thenineteenth... more
6 pages | 9 sources | 12 citations | APA citation style

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