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Answer the questions “what is black feminist epistemology? Around what years did

Answer the questions “what is black feminist epistemology? Around what years did black feminist epistemology become a huge movement? what was going on in the world at the time that the movement was created? What was Patricia collins goal when she created this?”

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Sociology

Differentiate between the terms “sociology” and “sociological imagination.” How

Differentiate between the terms “sociology” and “sociological imagination.” How useful is the concept of sociological imagination to our understanding of society, the individual, and the relationship between the two?
needs to be between 450-600 words, needs to have specific details, needs to be well written, this is an exam question.

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Sociology

Collecting statistics on human behavior and attitudes is difficult. Collecting

Collecting statistics on human behavior and attitudes is difficult. Collecting information on behavior that people might have a vested interest in not sharing — such as criminal and/or deviant behavior — is especially difficult. Reviewing all the different ways that sociologists/criminologists collect data on criminal behavior and the problems associated with each way, discuss which method you think is the best. Why? Explain.

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Sociology

I work in the military so please relate your writing on that. Some readings tha

I work in the military so please relate your writing on that.
Some readings that were assigned for your reference: Read Lecture 4 and Reading Notes
Read “Georg Simmel,” (bio.) in Lemert
Read “The Stranger,” Simmel, in Lemert
Read “Charles Horton Cooley,” (bio.) in Lemert
Read “The Looking-Glass Self,” Cooley, (bio.) in Lemert
Read “Antonio Gramsci,” (bio.) in Lemert, p. 209
Read “Intellectuals and Hegemony,” Gramsci, in Lemert
Read “Affirmation and Doubt in Social Theory,” Lemert
Read “Talcott Parsons,” (bio.) in Lemert
Read “Action Systems and Social Systems,” Parsons, in Lemert
Read “George Herbert Mead,” (bio.) in Lemert
Read “The Self, the I, and the Me,” Mead, in Lemert
Read “Robert K. Merton,” (bio.) in Lemert
Read “Manifest and Latent Functions,” Merton, in Lemert

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Sociology

Write a minimum of 3 pages for your research paper focusing on the Social/Civic

Write a minimum of 3 pages for your research paper focusing on the Social/Civic Breadth Area.
Refer to the Breadth Area resource provided in the uploaded files and all other files.
The formatting requirements for the paper are as follows:
Title Page
Page numbers in the upper right corner of each page
Cite at least 3 different references (no more than 5 years old), at least 2 of
which need to be peer-reviewed articles from scholarly journals.
APA citations and Reference Page
3 pages minimum in length, not counting the title or reference pages
Double-spaced
1″ margins on all sides
12 point Times New Roman font

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Sociology

Write a 1- page double-spaced paper discussing the impact of losing land of indi

Write a 1- page double-spaced paper discussing the impact of losing land of indigenous communities. Include what happened at “Wounded Knee”. Also, add how the video made you feel.
Video Link: https://fod-infobase-com.lib-ezproxy.lbcc.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=44693

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Sociology

This assessment requires students to describe key elements of research design.

This assessment requires students to describe key elements of research design. To complete this assessment, you will discuss:
Whether the study is quantitative, qualitative or uses a mixed-methods approach
Whether it is cross-sectional or longitudinal
Whether there is a control group (e.g. randomly assigned or matched)
A step-by-step explanation or ‘blueprint’ of how the research will be carried out
A clear rationale/argument as to why the proposed approaches have been chosen
The ethical considerations for the project
Students will be assessed on the following key criteria:
Introduction and conclusion that clearly describes the topic of the assignment and provides a detailed overview/summary of the content of the paper
Research question and if relevant, hypotheses that are clear, concise and testable
Identified key elements of research design
Explained and justified the research design
Identified data collection methods
Overall presentation of document, including grammar, spelling, formatting, word limit and APA referencing
NB: • Define the research question clearly e.g. what is the impact of severity of head injury on a number of self-reported violent offences by men in Brisbane
• The IV and DV must match the research question and the
operationalisation of variables should match the variables stated

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Sociology

Your task Create a two-person dialogue that is realistic and that demonstrates

Your task
Create a two-person dialogue that is realistic and that demonstrates your understanding of facilitative communicative acts, and, more specifically, listening, paraphrasing, asking, verifying, and, again, context. Instead of asking you to read a dialogue and find examples of all those things, Assignment 4 asks you to create examples of those things and to place them artfully into an extended dialogue that you create.
You are provided a series of 7 situations (see Situations Tab) in which one person has one view about a subject and another person has a different view. For example, in situation 1, one spouse wants to take a job in another city, thus necessitating that the couple move from their present city. The other spouse wants to stay where they presently live. The situation description that is provided gives you some background on how both parties see the matter. The background situation and the background issues are provided to help you flesh out the dialogue that these two people might have in the interest of understanding each others’ point of view. You should choose one of the seven situations and write your dialogue based on it. These situational background statements were written in consultation with upper-division students at the University of Washington.
The Dialogue
You should write a multi-turn, multi-utterance dialogue that represents the views of the two people in the situation that you select. It will probably be at least ten dialogue turns in length. The purpose of the dialogue, as you construct it, should be for the two parties to come to a mutual understanding of each others’ views, not to reach agreement but only to reach mutual understanding. Your dialogue should be written in such a way as to show how, through communicating, they accomplished that achievement of mutual understanding.
To create the dialogue in a way that satisfies the assignment, you must include ten different types of utterances across different turns in the dialogue. These ten utterance types are:
An utterance in which party A expresses their own point of view on the matter under discussion.
An utterance in which party B expresses their own point of view on the matter under discussion
An utterance in which a party asks for clarification or elaboration of a previous utterance.
An utterance in which a party paraphrases a key point in a previous utterance.
An utterance in which a party asks for verification of her or his paraphrase of the previous utterance.
An utterance in which a party tells the other person they are trying to understand him or her.
An utterance in which a party paraphrases a key point in a previous utterance, and does so in a non-artful manner.
An utterance in which a party asks something about a previous utterance in a non-artful manner.
An utterance in which a party criticizes or evaluates a previous message or utterance.
An utterance in which a party draws a conclusion about the other’s point of view in a way that is expressed non-artfully.
Finer Points
The dialogue should consist of at least ten turns. Each of the ten items mentioned from the list above should be included in a different turn.
The dialogue should be realistic. Do not write exaggerated or comic versions of the various types of communicative acts. Keep it as close to reality as you can. Subtle humor is OK.
Where you have an utterance that includes one of the ten items listed previously, at the end of the turn you should place in brackets the number of the item that you have used in that turn. For example, if in one of the turns you include “a utterance in which you tell the other person you are trying to understand him or her” you should put at the end of that turn the following: “I get what you’re saying.” [6]
Choose 1 of the 7 cases presented here
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1p0z1oHihmvPfOFv6bC-mAD5oX3kIQnj5mZn-LyL0rSk/edit#slide=id.p
General guidelines
This is a performance-based assignment. The question for the grader is, did you demonstrate your knowledge of facilitative communicative acts by creating a realistic dialogue in which several different types of communicative acts are appropriately included, enacted, and placed in sequence. The main concern is with putting facilitative communicative acts such as those described by Rogers and Roethlisberger into their appropriate place in an unfolding dialogue.
There is one point for each communicative act that is appropriately included in the dialogue. This counts for up to ten points. If each of the ten items is appropriately constructed and displayed, and the dialogue as a whole is realistic and has a sense of being complete, then you earn the full ten points.
Each of the ten utterances in which there is a bracket with numbers at the end will be evaluated as to how well it illustrates the act that is called for. Does the utterance as written provide an accurate and appropriate example of, say, item 1, “expresses a party’s own point of view on the matter under discussion.”
Specific Requirements
For some of the types of acts there are specific requirements, as follows.
item [4] a paraphrase should not merely repeat the previous speaker’s utterance, it must, rather, restate it in the present speaker’s own words; the paraphrasing act should not evaluate, positively or negatively, the statement that is being paraphrased
item [7] a paraphrase might be non-artful because it restates the previous utterance inaccurately or incompletely, or because it contains implicit or explicit evaluations of what the speaker said in the utterance
item [8] could be non-artful because the utterance asks about the previous utterance in a way that reveals the askers bias or evaluation of what the previous speaker said
item [10] could be non-artful because it expresses positive or negative evaluations of the utterance about which the speaker draws a conclusion or because the speaker draws a conclusion prematurely, that is, without having asked a question about it first to have it clarified
No supplementary information is required or allowed. Everything you know or have learned should be packed into the dialogue itself!
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In our discussions of gender and sex we distinguished between the two and talked

In our discussions of gender and sex we distinguished between the two and talked about the dominant and most socially valued versions of masculinity and femininity. in a 2 page essay, fully discuss, using examples where possible and necessary.
You are expected to demonstrate an ability to think critically and analytically about the issues discussed during this course. While you are encouraged to express your own views and reflect upon your own life experiences, it is important to remember that there is a difference between sociological analysis (based on evidence and logical reasoning) and purely personal experience/opinion (based on uncritical acceptance of commonsense). Your opinion and reflections MUST be informed by theoretical concepts and MUST provide reference to the literature on the issues and in support of your essay (PPLEASE ask for clarification on this if you are confused or unsure).
The main evaluation criteria for your essays are:
• Critical Thinking
• Analytical skills and abilities
• Organization of thoughts and materials
• Following guidelines as set out in the course and in the course outline
• Clear and concise expression and presentation of ideas and arguments
• Academic writing and referencing
• Spelling, grammar, consistent referencing etc.…….

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Neighborhood Declaration (10 points): Send an email to Professor indicating what

Neighborhood Declaration (10 points): Send an email to Professor indicating what neighborhood you will be focusing on for your assignments and why. You should pick a neighborhood in which you lived at some point during your lifetime. If you have lived in more than one neighborhood, you can choose whichever neighborhood you are more interested in learning more about. Keep in mind that you will need to interview someone who has lived in the neighborhood for at least 10 years. You will be focusing on neighborhood changes.