SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology

Arizona Christian University

Question Description

a) discuss whether or not you believe the female genital mutilation practice should still exist or should other nations intervene and stop this act even though it is part of the cultural tradition (200 words)

b) (150 words)

1. How do you define the word 'value' and how have you come to value what you do?

2. Of the 10 core American values listed, which ones do you think have changed the most since the list was compiled in the 1970s by Robin M. Williams Jr.?

3. In what ways have the values changed?

4. Do you think these values are important today?

Final Answer


Surname. 1


There are four main types of female genital mutilation. In all of these processes, the female
private part undergoes through some cutting, which is also known as female circumcision. These
practices are very common among many of the African cultures. In addition to this, these practices
are also reported in various parts of the world despite of the dangers involved. Among the four
processes, the risk involved includes excessive bleeding, which may cause death among the
victims. Other hazards include the destruction of the child during birth, pain during sexual
intercourse for the lady, and the trans...

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