Sociology 16 Essay Test

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Essay Test

Answer the following questions. For the first question, your answer should be written in a 5-paragraph essay or similar format. Questions 2 and 3 can be answered using a full paragraph.

  1. Why do people join social movements? Compare competing theories and discuss the assumptions behind them.
  2. People tend to act differently in groups than they do alone. Describe the two sociological theories presented in Chapter 16 that explain why individual behavior might change in a crowd.
  3. What is cultural imperialism? Give a real life example of how it occurs.

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Why do people join social movements? Compare competing theories and discuss the
assumptions behind them.
A social movement is a collective effort by a group of people to effect political, social,
cultural or economic change within the society. Therefore, people tend to join such movements
since they offer opportunity and hope for change. Besides, people join these group to be a part of
something that is bigger than self and make impacts that they would otherwise not achieve at an
individual level.
Deprivation theory explains that people who become a part of social movements are often
those that are deprived or feel disadvantaged compared to the other people. Consequently, these
people j...

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