26 August 2015

What did your culture teach you about gender and the expression of emotions— particularly strongly felt emotions and emotions seen as indications of weakness (such as fear, discomfort, or uncertainty)Paper instructions:
Some societies permit and even expect men to show strong emotions. They expect men to cry, to show fear, to express anger openly. Other societies—including many groups within general U.S. culture—criticize men for experiencing and expressing such emotions. What did your culture teach you about gender and the expression of emotions— particularly strongly felt emotions and emotions seen as indications of weakness (such as fear, discomfort, or uncertainty)?

26 August 2015,
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What did your culture teach you about gender and the expression of emotions— particularly strongly felt emotions and emotions seen as indications of weakness […]


26 August 2015

Explain what an ethical egoist, an act utilitarian, a rule utilitarian, a Kantian, would likely identify as the right thing to do in ONE of the following four cases, explaining why each would likely give the answer you think they would

Explain what A) an ethical egoist, B) an act utilitarian, C) a rule utilitarian, D) a Kantian, would likely identify as the right thing to do in ONE of the following four cases, explaining why each would likely give the answer you think they would. Then explain which view of these four you believe provides the best justification and why. Foir this Journal, you must consider all four ethical views (A, B, C, and D), but only for one of the following scenarios. 

4. A person who receives just enough income to pay for rent, food, healthcare, and other basic necessities, but few or no luxuries find a $100 bill, which he knows belongs to his much, much wealthier neighbor, and can keep the money for themselves, return it to the neighbor, or give it to a soup kitchen for the homeless just down the street. If the money is not returned to the neighbor, the neighbor will know and regret that the money has gone missing, but not know what happened to it, and will continue to be relatively wealthy and comfortable. If it is donated to the soup kitchen, it will be used to feed several dozen hungry and homeless people nutritious food. If the finder keeps it, they may spend it on whatever they like.

Only websites that can be use for support:
http://www.iep.utm.edu/
http://plato.stanford.edu/

Citations have to be made from these websites

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Explain what an ethical egoist, an act utilitarian, a rule utilitarian, a Kantian, would likely identify as the right thing to do in ONE […]


26 August 2015

How early American novels like the Coquette by Hanah Foster and Charlotte Temple by Susanna Rawson depict the female's education at that time.How these novels show or teach us about women education

his seminar paper will discuss how early American novels like the Coquette by Hanah Foster and Charlotte Temple by Susanna Rawson depict the female's education at that time.How these novels show or teach us about women education. I attached the abstract and the annotated biography for this paper. the teacher gave me a feedback : she said that I don't need to talk about Sukey Vickery's Emily Hamilton and Wollstonecraft's A vindication of the rights of women. Instead concentrate on The Coquette and Chalrotte Temple and The power of sympathy by Brown. also she said that my argument should be like this : ” my argument is that even these novels demonstrate that advocating for women education without it having any Societal imp at resulting in wasted effort. She also said do additional research for this topic . I want to include Cathy Davidson's The Revolution and The Word in my paper. Davidson talks about female education. please include that book.
please do upper case for the names and the novels.

26 August 2015,
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How early American novels like the Coquette by Hanah Foster and Charlotte Temple by Susanna Rawson depict the female's education at that time.How these […]


26 August 2015

How the book “Letters to a Young Sister” refers to or is relevant to African American HistoryPaper instructions:
The paper needs to be about how the book “Letters to a Young Sister” refers to or is relevant to African American History

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How the book “Letters to a Young Sister” refers to or is relevant to African American HistoryPaper instructions:The paper needs to be about how […]


26 August 2015

Use an example from your life to explain one of the modern theoretical approaches (symbolic interactionism, functionalism, Marxism, feminism, or rational choice theory) presented in the first chapter of the book
Essay Questions – Sociology 101 (PQ) – Spring 2014

This take home exam consists of 2 essay questions. You need to answer the FIRST QUESTION and then choose ONE additional question to answer, using the following requirements:

The length of each answer should be no shorter than 2 full pages and no longer than 5 full pages, meaning that you will hand in at least 4 full pages but no more than 10 pages in total.

    • Use Times Roman, 12 (or similar);
    • Double line spacing;
    • Standard margins (1 inch on top and bottom, 1.25 inches on left and right side);
    • Page numbers;
    • Staple your pages
    • Make sure your name is clearly stated on the first page.

Write clearly and pay close attention to spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, the structure of your answers (paragraphs), and accuracy in general. If you suspect your writing skills can be improved by a visit to the Writing Center, do not hesitate to make an appointment or to drop by the Center’s office, AC-1C18.

The only book or source you need for this assignment is the textbook. You are not allowed to quote from Internet sources. If necessary, you are allowed to quote from the book. When you think a short citation from the book could strengthen your analysis, it is important to be accurate with the citation. In order to prevent plagiarism, whenever you use a theory, an idea, or data in general (including from graphs and tables) that are not yours, you need to give the correct source of your writings. For this assignment, make sure that at least 90% of each of your answers consists of your words and your analysis. Thus, NO excessive quoting and no excessive paraphrasing.

Citation in text (APA style):

Thrall (2000) writes that “television news was stuck with showing maps, graphic illustrations, and their own correspondents reporting from various locations far from the battlefield” (106).


Please submit the answers to the two essay questions by uploading them as one file onto SafeAssign (in Blackboard) AND by handing me one hard copy on the due date. I cannot accept emailed copies of essays. The essays are due on Tuesday, April 29, at the beginning of class at 2PM.



Please answer the first question:

1.         Use an example from your life to explain one of the modern theoretical approaches (symbolic interactionism, functionalism, Marxism, feminism, or rational choice theory) presented in the first chapter of the book.


And choose one additional question to answer.


2.         Discuss how values and norms within a particular society or community might be contradictory (conflicting, different). Illustrate using an example from your own culture.


3.         According to the textbook, “Democracy flourishes when social capital is strong.” Do you agree or disagree? Defend your position using sociological evidence cited in the textbook.


4.         Who Rules America? is the title of a book in which William Domhoff applies and updates C. Wright Mills’s theory of the power elite. How would you respond to the question, “Who rules America?” Would you use democratic elitism, pluralism, or the power elite as your theoretical basis? Justify your choice by using concepts and terms in the textbook.



5.         Compare and contrast market-oriented theory and state-centered theory on their positions regarding the role of governments in development. Use one or more countries to illustrate your answer.

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