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Module 1 Assignment Chapters 1-3 [Required/Graded: 15 Points) Assignment 1 Instructions: Students are required to read the textbook Chapters 1-3. Students are required to use Microsoft Word and save the completed assignment as Word document with a filename that includes the assignment title, your first initial and last name. How to earn full points? This is the writing assignment with essay questions and is worth a total of 15 points. Students are required to provide substantive responses to each essay question. By substantive responses, it means: 1. Cover all key elements of each essay question 2. Give enough information about the topic 3. apply the chapter concepts and theories to real-life situations 4. Seek out additional resources to gain a better insight of the topic 5. Bring in examples and experiences to illustrate the point 6. Cite references if necessary 7. Acceptable length: write a minimum of 150 words per essay question Formatting Requirements Use one-inch margins Use 1 12-point Times New Roman font Use double-line spacing in the document Cite all sources in APA (American Psychological Association) How to get and submit Assignment 1? 1. 2. 3. 4. Click on Module 1 Assignment tab under Assessment and Assignment Click Download Assignment questions link on top and save it on your computer Write your responses under each question Save the completed assignment as Microsoft Word document. If instructor cannot open the document, you might receive a zero (0) on the assignment. 5. Click on the Submit Assignment Click on Text Entry to copy and paste the completed assignment to box Click on the Submit button Late work policy See Syllabus or calendar for due dates. Late assignments receive a 10% deduction if assignments are not posted by 11:59 pm EST on the day they are due Chapter 1 (The Sociological Perspective and Research Process) Questions 1. Explain Social imagination and use an example to illustrate the term. 2. Among three sociological theories, which two theories primarily use a macrosociological framework to view and understand society? Please explain Structural functionalist theory and Conflict theory 3. Describe basic steps of social research and four reasons to conduct social science research. 4. Identify hypothesis and variable. Please formulate a hypothesis and distinguish between independent variable and dependent variable. Chapter 2 (Culture) Questions 5. Give 3 examples of material culture and nonmaterial culture. Distinguish between ideal value or culture and real value or culture. 6. Define high culture and popular culture and give 3 examples to illustrate both of them. 7. Describe ethnocentrism, cultural relativism, and multiculturalism. Use conflict theory to explain culture. Chapter 3 (Socialization) Questions 8. Identify primary socialization and secondary socialization. How does the Functionalist theory view socialization? 9. Explain George Herbert Mead's two components of the self. Discuss the differences between the "I" of and the "me" of the self. Please provide an example to illustrate it. 10. Describe Charles Cooley's Looking-Glass Self and use an example to illustrate it. ...
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Social imagination is defined by Wright Mills as the ability of an individual to understand
the connection between personal experiences and the community. Mills claims that sociological
imagination is the awareness that people have concerning the connection between personal
troubles and social issues. For example, the majority of the people struggle with personal issues
such as obesity and poverty as well as lack of income to pay for bills. It is imperative for the
people to understand that their issues are also public troubles. Despite the people suffering
secretly, each in the society has similar problems that they have to overcome in life. An
individual can decide to indulge in daily physical exercise to help reduce their weight believing
that this is a personal problem but in reality, it is a society issue. Thus, social imagination is the
awareness that people have of the relationship between the personal problems and their society.
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Structural functionalist theory and Conflict theory utilize the macro-sociological
framework to study the society. The two theories utilize the macro perspective because they tend
to study and analyze a massive number of individuals. For instance, the micro theories study
people in a country or a state. The conflict theory is used in viewing and understanding the social
phenomena associated with disagreements. It can be utilized to understand the cause of issues
such as divorce, domestic violence, wealth, slavery, poverty and child abuse among others.
These are some of the problems experienced by individuals within the society. On the other
hand, the structural-functionalist theory is utilized to study and understand the systems believed
to be working in the society. It can be used to view and analyze systems that are not working and
devise solutions to the issues. For instance, some of the social systems in the society studied with

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