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SOC 100 Week 1 Individual Assignment Cultural Background Paper
You are all descended either from immigrants to America or from Native Americans. All of us, therefore, have in our background a culture other than the one that governs most of our present social life.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper describing some of the similarities and differences between norms of your cultural background and those of the dominant American culture.
Describe how these similarities and differences affect your life. How has your own cultural background contributed to the mix that is the dominant American culture? How did you learn your culture? Have you developed a new culture as an adult? If so, what influenced you to do so?
SOC 100 Week 1 DQ 1 and 2
What are some of the norms of the American culture? Of a subculture to which you belong?
What is an example of something that used to be deviant but is now commonly accepted? Something that was accepted but is deviant? What caused the changes?

SOC 100 Week 2 Individual Assignment Sociological Perspective Paper
Watch a situation comedy, drama, or reality television show though a sociologist's eyes. While watching the show, imagine how one or more of the major theorists would explain the show's situation or story.
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper including a brief synopsis of the show and an explanation of the events based on a sociological perspective (social conflict, structural-functional, or symbolic interactionism). You may choose to focus on a specific scene or character from the show instead of the entire program.
State from which perspective you are viewing, and provide specific examples from...

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