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This assignment is divided into parts, so it is suggested that you begin working on it in advance.

  • Find a popular press article or journal article in which someone argues a point that you disagree with. Write a paragraph agreeing with this person. Allow one day before moving on to the next part.
  • Make sure at least one day has passed since writing the first paragraph. Now, write another paragraph disagreeing with the person. You will include both of these paragraphs in your essay.
  • Discuss the differences between your arguments from the first paragraph (in which you agree) and the second paragraph (in which you disagree). Elaborate on whether you think that your opinion has changed on this topic, particularly thinking about your initial thoughts on the topic before you wrote either paragraph. In your discussion, incorporate research on cognitive dissonance from your textbook or another resource.

Your response should be at least two pages in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.


TEXTBOOK: Aronson, E., Wilson, T. D., & Akert, R. M. (2013). Social psychology (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson

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Social psychology
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SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

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An Article on Gay Community

Dastagir (2017) speaks about how the gay community are assumed to be gay simply
because they were born that way. We are, after all, human beings and as such they deserve equal
rights and be treated with respect. Just as the way we cannot control the color of our skin, in that
if we are born black, you are who you are, is the same way the gay community cannot help but be
who they are. A number of the gay communities have declared as well that they are who they are
because they choose to be that way. They are individuals who are responsible for their actions and
their feelings. Apart from that theory of ‘born that way’, scientific research also backs them ...

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