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Surname 1 Student’s name: Course name and number: Professor’s name: Date submitted: Trading Places Movie 1. Many social issues were introduced during the movie. List 10 of them. a) Social inequality b) Environmental racism c) Abortion d) Work and occupations e) Public health f) Economic issues g) Racism h) unemployment i) hunger j) Gender Equality 2. The sapir-whorf Hypothesis asserts that the language creates ways of thinking and perceiving about others. Explain how this impacts our perceptions of the main characters, a) Billy Ray Valentine b) Louis Winthrop Surname 2 c) Duke Brothers. 3. How does this movie demonstrate the difference between ascribed status and achieved status? An achieved status is a social position that one occupies voluntarily as a result of one’s effort, talent, or choice. College student is an achieved status. An ascribed status is a social position that is inherited at birth or acquired involuntarily later in life. Gender and the status of a felon are ascribed statuses. They are both recognized social positions that people occupy, though not as a result of personal choices. 4. What are some of the different social roles portrayed in the movie? How is role conflict shown? 5. Now that you have viewed the movie, defend your position for determining which has the greatest impact on individual social development nature or nurture. Use specific examples from the movie to support your position. (a paragraph) ...
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Trading Places Movie

1. Many social issues were introduced during the movie. List 10 of them.
a) Social inequality
b) Environmental racism
c) Abortion
d) Work and occupations
e) Public health
f) Economic issues
g) Racism
h) unemployment
i) hunger
j) Gender Equality
2. The sapir-whorf Hypothesis asserts that the language creates ways of thinking and
perceiving about others. Explain how this impacts our perceptions of the main
characters,
a) Billy Ray Valentine

Surname 2

Valentine dresses like a beggar and goes to the street to beg. From the way he talks, he
sounds cunning. He is very convincing, nonetheless, but one can clearly perceive his
cunning nature.
b) Louis Winthrop
Winthrop is soft spoken all through. One can perceive him as obedient and as a good
worker too. The perception that one gets is that he is a good employee but he is framed
and it does not change the perception.
c) Duke Brothers.
The Duke Brothers are the owners of Duke and Duke Firm. They talk and argue like
knowledgeable people. Most of the time...

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