Soc 200-303 Intro to Sociology- Breaking Social Norms

Feb 3rd, 2015
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Define what a norm is and explain briefly the difference between folkways and mores.

section1- also include short discussion of how society deals with norm-breakers in general and in the breaking of both mores and folkways

section 2- describe the breaking of social norm. tell me what you did and where you did it.

section 3- describe how you felt during the exprience

section 4- describe the reaction of those around you

section 5- discuss in general the relationship between the individual and society in terms of how relates to the hold of social norms over the individual and freedom of action

requirements-total 5-7pages (include separate title and cites pages) 3-5 pages of text 

Textbook-Shepard ,Sociology, Cengage Learning Publishers

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