Q1. Arranged Marriages
Why is romantic love considered as a poor logic for matrimony in cultures that back arranged
matrimony. With this consideration, do you consider romantic love as an excellent logic to
marry? Romantic love is so common in the American culture, why is this?
Q2. Family in United States
A traditional family is viewed as one consisting of wife, husband, and two kids, where the wife
solely stays home to bring up the kids. However, the traditional family pattern has not been the
criterion for most of USA societies. Why do we refer to this as traditional family? What pros and
cons are linked to this kind of family?
Q3. Religion as a Social Institution
Considering a religion that you are conversant with, explain some of its norms, behaviors,
beliefs, and how they meet social needs.
Q4. Religion and Social Control
Explain how religion exercise social control in the day-to-day world. Also, explain why religion
as an organization is important to the social structure of the society.
Q5. Free Education in the United States
Has free access to school achieved its intended goal? Explain why or why not.
Q6. School Busing and Diversity
Do you think busing is a logic way of attending to students from varying backgrounds? If
differing, propose and back an alternative.
Q7. Are There Power Elite in the United States?
Comprehending who imposes rules and decisions in society, do you support Mills and Domhoff
that there are hidden power elites or do you think we all have equal input in government policy.
Explain how the idea of a power elite conflicts with our idea of democracy.
Q8. Economic Systems
Comprehend communism and Laissez-faire capitalism as opposite extremes of a continuum.
Explain why they are opposites , what economic system are somewhere in between the two
extreme, what kind of economy the united states have, and how it affects our life.
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