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he entire assignment must be 190 words or more, with a total word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words), and a works cited page that is not part of the word count.Paper details


This is DS3 and Q3.
for DS3 the information and theme is:
You will use one or more of the Major Themes for each DS Forum, then determine how you could use the theme(s) to examine something in your daily life.
What Did You Do? 60 total points for this section
1. The entire assignment must be 190 words or more, with a total word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words), and a works cited page that is not part of the word count.
2. What did you do for this assignment? (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
a. Example 1: If one of the themes was deviance, you might decide to walk through a drive-through (although I don’t recommend this, it could be dangerous); wear your clothes backwards one day; go to a McDonald’s and order a Whopper®; get into a crowded elevator, turn around to face people, and then start dancing, singing, or giving a speech; put together a small flash mob in the lobby of the campus and dance or sing, etc.
b. Example 2: If one of the themes was the family, you might decide to interview members of your own family about how they met, the perceived strength of their relationships, etc. You could interview people from different countries, diverse religions, diverse races, ethnicities, or sexual orientation and ask about attitudes toward marriage, the family, and toward same-sex marriage.
c. Example 3: For WA1, you might find a way to “indicate” the strength of the theory of the social creation of reality.
i. Think about how reality is “created” in social contexts
1. Do something publically to show the social creation of reality a.
For Example: Sit on the floor in the middle of a hallway on campus and start crying loudly; smile broadly at everyone you see on campus both in and between classes; go outside on a sunny day when there are a large number of students hanging around between classes, look up at the sky, and scream “Oh My GOD! The sun is on fire!” Introduce yourself to twenty or more strangers on campus.
3. What did you expect to happen? 5 points (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
a. Were your expectations met or did something unexpected occur? 10 points (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
i. Explain your answer.
4. Which theories (use three or more) explain your experiences? 5 points per theory=15
total points for this section
a. These theories will come from the Required Reading Lists for both textbooks and from Readings in EO when available. (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
b. Do you agree or disagree with those theories? 10 total points for this section
i. These theories will come from the Required Reading Lists for both
textbooks and from Readings in EO when available. (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deductioneach time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
1. Explain your answer.
5. What did you learn that you didn’t know before? (Must be 45 words or more with a
separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words). 10 total points for this section
a. Explain and be very specific.
6. You must have a works cited page that is not included in the word count. 10 total points
for this section.

The themes are:

The Individual and the Self The Individual as Performer Socialization
Interaction
Micro-Level Social Structures
Unmarried with Children
Student Disengagement and Socialization Styles of High Schools
Dimensions of Social Stratification
Economic Inequality
Social Mobility
The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity
Majority-Minority Relations Racism
Sex and Sexuality
Gender
Race as Class
Circles of Influence and Chains of Command: The Social Processes Whereby Ethnic Communities Influence Host Societies
Understanding Harassment across Race and Citizenship Multiple Masculinities?
Feminists, Child Care Advisors, and Gender-Neutral Child Rearing
REQUIRED READINGS for Fourth Written Doing Sociology Forum (DS3), and Fourth Answers to Required Questions Forum (Q3)
Major Themes for DS3 and Q3
The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums
Week 3—Dec 28-Jan 3— DS2 Closed @ 11:30 PM, Wednesday, Dec 31, DS3 and Q3 Due by 11:30 PM, Wednesday, Dec 31; DS3 Closed @ 11:30 PM Saturday Jan 3, DS4 Due by 11:30 PM Saturday Jan 3, Q4 Due by 11:30 PM Saturday Jan 3
o In Ritzer—
 From Chapter 5 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology
(DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums) • The Individual and the Self (pp. 145-151)
• The Individual as Performer (pp. 151-153)
• Socialization (pp. 154-162)
• Interaction (pp. 163-166)
• Micro-Level Social Structures (pp. 167-172) o In Ritzer—
 From Chapter 8 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• Dimensions of Social Stratification (pp. 253-254)
• Economic Inequality (pp. 255-267)
• Social Mobility (pp. 269-273)
 From Chapter 9 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity (pp. 293-297)
• Majority-Minority Relations (pp. 297-307)
• Racism (pp. 307-312)
 From Chapter 10 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• Sex and Sexuality (pp. 329-336)
o In Korgan—• Gender (pp. 337-352)
 From Part V (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1- DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• Chapter 17: Race as Class by Herbert J. Gans (pp. 131-133)
• Chapter 20: Circles of Influence and Chains of Command: The Social Processes
Whereby Ethnic Communities Influence Host Societies by Anthony M. Orum (pp. 153-
160)
 From Part VI (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-
DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)

For Q3 the questions to be answered are:
Required Questions for Mandatory Answers to the Required Questions Forums about the Required Readings: Q3
o In Ritzer—p. 324
 You must Answer Questions 1, 2, 3, 6, 8
o In Ritzer—p. 360
 You must Answer Questions 2, 4, 8, 10
o In Ritzer—p. 175
 You must be able to Answer Questions 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9.

In general for DS3 this is exactly the format you should follow:
Choose 3 of the above Major Themes (or find your own in the readings): I am going to choose The Social Construction of Reality (I am using only one theory for this example, you must use three.) It’s ONE study that can be explained or examined using THREE different themes/theories/perspectives.
The social construction of reality tells us that what is “real” depends on the sociocultural environment in which we live; the country, the city, our education, our religion, etc. I happen to think that this theory is very odd because I don’t see how things can be real in one place and not real somewhere else. I have decided that I’m going to do something kind of weird. I am going to walk up to several strangers, 10 maybe, who all look different from me, black people, women with scarves on their heads, Latinos, people I think might be gay, and I am going to ask all of them a series of questions.fr
Hello, I am taking a survey for my sociology class and I’d like to ask you some questions. Will you help me? It won’t take long and you don’t have to respond if you feel uncomfortable with any questions.
Where were you born?
If you were not born in the US, how long have you been here?
What is your highest level of education?
What is your religion?
What race or ethnicity do you say you are?
Are you straight, bisexual, or gay?
How old are you?
What do think about public displays of affection? Holding hands, kissing, sitting on someone’s lap, hugging? (Word Count=226) (There will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words.)
My expectations are that most people will not answer questions D, E, F, and G. I think those questions are very private and personal and that most people who were born outside the US would not answer them and most people in the US would answer them because the US is a very open society. I also expect that most people who were born in the US would think that public displays of affection are fine, and most people born out of the United States would not. (Word Count=88) (There will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words.)
My results were ___________________________________________________ . Thus, my expectations were met or not met. (Word Count)
This relates to the social construction of reality because_________________________. It also relates to _____ theory because_________________________. Furthermore, it relates to ______ theory _________________________.
I learned about how someone’s environment can be very important to their attitudes toward people touching each other in sexual ways in public. And ___________________. (Word Count=) (There will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words.)
Works Cited: Part I
Korgen, Kathleen Odell. Contemporary Readings in Sociology. Sage, 2008.
Ritzer, George. Introduction to Sociology: Second Edition. Sage, 2015.
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he entire assignment must be 190 words or more, with a total word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words), and a works cited page that is not part of the word count.

Paper details

This is DS3 and Q3.
for DS3 the information and theme is:
You will use one or more of the Major Themes for each DS Forum, then determine how you could use the theme(s) to examine something in your daily life.

What Did You Do? 60 total points for this section
1. The entire assignment must be 190 words or more, with a total word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words), and a works cited page that is not part of the word count.
2. What did you do for this assignment? (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
a. Example 1: If one of the themes was deviance, you might decide to walk through a drive-through (although I don’t recommend this, it could be dangerous); wear your clothes backwards one day; go to a McDonald’s and order a Whopper®; get into a crowded elevator, turn around to face people, and then start dancing, singing, or giving a speech; put together a small flash mob in the lobby of the campus and dance or sing, etc.
b. Example 2: If one of the themes was the family, you might decide to interview members of your own family about how they met, the perceived strength of their relationships, etc. You could interview people from different countries, diverse religions, diverse races, ethnicities, or sexual orientation and ask about attitudes toward marriage, the family, and toward same-sex marriage.
c. Example 3: For WA1, you might find a way to “indicate” the strength of the theory of the social creation of reality.
i. Think about how reality is “created” in social contexts
1. Do something publically to show the social creation of reality a.
For Example: Sit on the floor in the middle of a hallway on campus and start crying loudly; smile broadly at everyone you see on campus both in and between classes; go outside on a sunny day when there are a large number of students hanging around between classes, look up at the sky, and scream “Oh My GOD! The sun is on fire!” Introduce yourself to twenty or more strangers on campus.
3. What did you expect to happen? 5 points (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
a. Were your expectations met or did something unexpected occur? 10 points (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).

i. Explain your answer.
4. Which theories (use three or more) explain your experiences? 5 points per theory=15
total points for this section
a. These theories will come from the Required Reading Lists for both textbooks and from Readings in EO when available. (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
b. Do you agree or disagree with those theories? 10 total points for this section
i. These theories will come from the Required Reading Lists for both
textbooks and from Readings in EO when available. (Must be 45 words or more with a separate word count (there will be a 10 point deductioneach time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words).
1. Explain your answer.
5. What did you learn that you didn’t know before? (Must be 45 words or more with a
separate word count (there will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words). 10 total points for this section
a. Explain and be very specific.
6. You must have a works cited page that is not included in the word count. 10 total points
for this section.

The themes are:

The Individual and the Self The Individual as Performer Socialization
Interaction
Micro-Level Social Structures
Unmarried with Children
Student Disengagement and Socialization Styles of High Schools
Dimensions of Social Stratification
Economic Inequality
Social Mobility
The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity

Majority-Minority Relations Racism
Sex and Sexuality
Gender
Race as Class
Circles of Influence and Chains of Command: The Social Processes Whereby Ethnic Communities Influence Host Societies
Understanding Harassment across Race and Citizenship Multiple Masculinities?
Feminists, Child Care Advisors, and Gender-Neutral Child Rearing
REQUIRED READINGS for Fourth Written Doing Sociology Forum (DS3), and Fourth Answers to Required Questions Forum (Q3)
Major Themes for DS3 and Q3
The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums
Week 3—Dec 28-Jan 3— DS2 Closed @ 11:30 PM, Wednesday, Dec 31, DS3 and Q3 Due by 11:30 PM, Wednesday, Dec 31; DS3 Closed @ 11:30 PM Saturday Jan 3, DS4 Due by 11:30 PM Saturday Jan 3, Q4 Due by 11:30 PM Saturday Jan 3
o In Ritzer—
 From Chapter 5 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology
(DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums) • The Individual and the Self (pp. 145-151)
• The Individual as Performer (pp. 151-153)
• Socialization (pp. 154-162)
• Interaction (pp. 163-166)
• Micro-Level Social Structures (pp. 167-172) o In Ritzer—
 From Chapter 8 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• Dimensions of Social Stratification (pp. 253-254)
• Economic Inequality (pp. 255-267)
• Social Mobility (pp. 269-273)
 From Chapter 9 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity (pp. 293-297)
• Majority-Minority Relations (pp. 297-307)
• Racism (pp. 307-312)
 From Chapter 10 (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• Sex and Sexuality (pp. 329-336)
o In Korgan—• Gender (pp. 337-352)
 From Part V (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1- DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)
• Chapter 17: Race as Class by Herbert J. Gans (pp. 131-133)
• Chapter 20: Circles of Influence and Chains of Command: The Social Processes
Whereby Ethnic Communities Influence Host Societies by Anthony M. Orum (pp. 153-
160)
 From Part VI (Required Readings: The readings are the same for the Doing Sociology (DS1-
DS4) Forums and the Answers to the Required Questions (Q1-Q4) Forums)

For Q3 the questions to be answered are:
Required Questions for Mandatory Answers to the Required Questions Forums about the Required Readings: Q3
o In Ritzer—p. 324

 You must Answer Questions 1, 2, 3, 6, 8
o In Ritzer—p. 360
 You must Answer Questions 2, 4, 8, 10
o In Ritzer—p. 175
 You must be able to Answer Questions 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9.

In general for DS3 this is exactly the format you should follow:
Choose 3 of the above Major Themes (or find your own in the readings): I am going to choose The Social Construction of Reality (I am using only one theory for this example, you must use three.) It’s ONE study that can be explained or examined using THREE different themes/theories/perspectives.
The social construction of reality tells us that what is “real” depends on the sociocultural environment in which we live; the country, the city, our education, our religion, etc. I happen to think that this theory is very odd because I don’t see how things can be real in one place and not real somewhere else. I have decided that I’m going to do something kind of weird. I am going to walk up to several strangers, 10 maybe, who all look different from me, black people, women with scarves on their heads, Latinos, people I think might be gay, and I am going to ask all of them a series of questions.fr
Hello, I am taking a survey for my sociology class and I’d like to ask you some questions. Will you help me? It won’t take long and you don’t have to respond if you feel uncomfortable with any questions.
Where were you born?
If you were not born in the US, how long have you been here?
What is your highest level of education?
What is your religion?
What race or ethnicity do you say you are?
Are you straight, bisexual, or gay?
How old are you?
What do think about public displays of affection? Holding hands, kissing, sitting on someone’s lap, hugging? (Word Count=226) (There will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words.)
My expectations are that most people will not answer questions D, E, F, and G. I think those questions are very private and personal and that most people who were born outside the US would not answer them and most people in the US would answer them because the US is a very open society. I also expect that most people who were born in the US would think that public displays of affection are fine, and most people born out of the United States would not. (Word Count=88) (There will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words.)
My results were ___________________________________________________ . Thus, my expectations were met or not met. (Word Count)
This relates to the social construction of reality because_________________________. It also relates to _____ theory because_________________________. Furthermore, it relates to ______ theory _________________________.
I learned about how someone’s environment can be very important to their attitudes toward people touching each other in sexual ways in public. And ___________________. (Word Count=) (There will be a 10 point deduction each time there is not a word count or if the word count is less than 45 words.)
Works Cited: Part I
Korgen, Kathleen Odell. Contemporary Readings in Sociology. Sage, 2008.
Ritzer, George. Introduction to Sociology: Second Edition. Sage, 2015.
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