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Socs185 Full Course 2016 Sep - All Discussion Assignment and Quizzes

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devry socs185n week 1 discussion dq 1& dq 2 latest 2016 july
dq 1 Developing a Sociological Imagination (graded)
Sociologist C. Wright Mills preferred to call the sociological perspective "the sociological imagination" and he saw it transforming personal troubles into public issues. Let’s begin our discussion this week by considering homelessness. Why are a high percentage of the homeless veterans? What situations might be a cause in someone being homeless? Use the sociological imagination to explain your observations, and how the sociological imagination helps us consider the causes and possible solutions to homelessness..
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Stanford Prison Experiment (graded)
In 1971, Philip Zimbardo’s experiment demonstrated the power of the situation and the interaction between social interaction and social structure. There are many videos of the experiment, search two or three videos on internet to see different perspectives about this experiment. After viewing the videos, if you had been a guard, do you think you would have been more likely to go along with the other guards or would you have resisted or spoken up about treating the prisoners the way you would have wanted to be treated if the roles had been reversed??
devry socs185n week 2 discussion dq 1& dq 2 latest 2016 july
dq 1 The Changing Meaning of Symbols (graded)
Symbols can have more than one meaning. 1. The battle flag of the Confederate States of America is viewed by some as the rebel flag and is a symbol for individualism against authority. To others, it is a powerful symbol of repression, hate, and slavery. 2. Someone wearing the hat or jersey of their favorite team might be perceived as a gang member (friend or foe) because of the symbolic meaning of the colors to another group. 3. What examples can you...

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