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Attached is the prompt and rubric. Please answer each of the outline questions with at least one paragraph each. My "Social Scientist Question" is: Based on the Diaderm anti-wrinkle cream ad, having no visible sign of aging is a sign of beauty for woman. Do women feel pressured to prevent aging in our culture but men do not feel the same social pressure?

  1. Explain why your question is important to you as a member of society.
  2. Detail the major developments in social science thinking that drive questions regarding studying the individual. Use course resources to back upyour discussion.
  3. Explain how finding the answer to your question might impact others around you. For instance, who might be most invested in the answer?
  4. Detail the major developments in social science thinking that drive questions regarding studying others. Use course resources to back up yourdiscussion.
  5. Explain why studying human behavior and identity is a valuable human endeavor.
  6. Detail the major developments in social science thinking that support the study and advancement of the social sciences as necessary and valuable.Use course resources to back up your discussion.

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SCS 100 Project 3: Final Reflection Guidelines and Rubric Overview Your third longer-term assignment in this course is a presentation or short paper in which you will share your question derived at the end of your observation journal in learning block 4-3 and discuss why it is important and how developments in the social sciences contribute to our understanding of ourselves, each other, and the world around us. This final reflection will assess the following course outcomes, which you focused on throughout the fourth theme (Weeks 7 and 8):   Investigate major developments in the progression of social scientific thought for informing critical questions that drive social scientific inquiry Articulate the value of the social sciences for their impact on contemporary issues Prompt Your third project is a presentation or short paper (you are free to choose) that explores the question you posed at the end of your observation journal. With that question as your topic, you will explain why the answer to it is important to understanding yourself, other people, and the world around you and how the social sciences have developed to help us answer these important questions. The critical elements of this assessment will be evaluated by the information in your presentation or paper. Be sure your actual question is apparent on the presentation or paper. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed in your submission: I. II. III. IV. V. VI. Explain why your question is important to you as a member of society. Detail the major developments in social science thinking that drive questions regarding studying the individual. Use course resources to back up your discussion. Explain how finding the answer to your question might impact others around you. For instance, who might be most invested in the answer? Detail the major developments in social science thinking that drive questions regarding studying others. Use course resources to back up your discussion. Explain why studying human behavior and identity is a valuable human endeavor. Detail the major developments in social science thinking that support the study and advancement of the social sciences as necessary and valuable. Use course resources to back up your discussion. Supporting Work and Resources Throughout the fourth theme of this course, there are supports you will use as you work directly on different elements of the final reflection. 1. In learning block 2-7, you submitted your observation journal. Review your submission and the feedback for this assignment via the Project 2 submission link in the My Grades section of the course. Use the question you created from your observation journal for your final reflection. You are free to incorporate any feedback from your instructor on this question into your final reflection. 2. In learning block 6-3, you submitted a micro-presentation or short answer response to give you an opportunity to practice elements of the final submission. For this assignment, you reflected on what you considered to be some of the most significant developments covered in the third theme of this course and addressed the following: a. Identify the developments and how they impact individuals or larger groups/cultures. b. Describe how the developments changed society’s understanding. How is the development applicable outside of the social sciences? View this submission and the feedback for this assignment via the My Grades section of the course and incorporate this assignment into your final reflection. 3. If you choose to submit a presentation instead of a paper, you may use PowerPoint, Prezi, or another presentation platform of your choosing. Reference the Supporting Resources document for instructions on how to use different presentation programs. Be sure to include notes as needed in your presentation in order to meet the outlined critical elements. 4. In learning block 7-1, it was suggested for you to work on Section III of your project. If completed, use this as well as the instructor feedback when working toward your final submission. You can view this via the Student Dashboard. 5. Learning block 8-1 includes a Final Reflection Submission Checklist that you can use to ensure you have met all the requirements of this project. Your instructor is available to provide guidance and answer any questions you may have as you work to finalize your final reflection. Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your actual question must be apparent on the presentation or in the short paper. If you choose to write a short paper, it should be double spaced and 1–2 pages in length. Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more information, review these instructions. Critical Elements Importance of Question Studying the Self Answer Studying Others Human Endeavor Exemplary (100%) Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates mature awareness of the connections between the question and being a member of society Meets “Proficient” criteria and examples chosen demonstrate insight into social science thinking Proficient (85%) Explains why the question is important as a member of society Needs Improvement (55%) Explains why the question is important as a member of society, but is overly generalized Not Evident (0%) Does not explain why the question is important as a member of society Details major developments in social science thinking that drive questions that support studying the individual, using course resources to back up arguments Does not detail major developments in social science thinking that drive questions that support studying the individual 16 Meets “Proficient” criteria and demonstrates mature awareness of the connections between the answer to the question and others Meets “Proficient” criteria and examples chosen demonstrate insight into social science thinking Explains how finding the answer to the question might impact others Details major developments in social science thinking that drive questions that support studying the individual, but does not utilize course resources to back up arguments, is cursory, or has inaccuracies Explains how finding the answer to the question might impact others, but is overly generalized Does not explain how finding the answer to the questions might impact others 16 Does not detail major developments in social science thinking that drive questions that support studying others 16 Meets “Proficient” criteria and details demonstrate insight into social scientific study Explains why studying human behavior and identity is a valuable human endeavor Details major developments in social science thinking that drive questions that support studying others, but does not utilize course resources to back up arguments, is cursory, or has inaccuracies Explains why studying human behavior and identity is a valuable human endeavor, but is overly generalized Does not explain why studying human behavior and identity is a valuable human endeavor 16 Details major developments in social science thinking that drive questions that support studying others, using course resources to back up arguments Value 16 Study and Advancement Meets “Proficient” criteria and examples chosen illustrate a strong argument for the value of social scientific study Details the major influences on social science thinking that support the study and advancement of the social sciences as necessary, using course resources to back up arguments Articulation of Response Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read format Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization Details major influences on social science thinking that support the study and advancement of the social sciences as necessary, but does not utilize course resources to back up arguments, is cursory, or has inaccuracies Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas Does not detail major influences on social science thinking that support the study of the social sciences 16 Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas 4 Total 100% SCS 100 Project 3 Paper Exemplar My social scientific question is, how do cognitive biases influence our behaviors to adhere to gender stereotypes? Cognitive biases impact our perception of others. I have learned throughout this course that our perception influences the assumptions we make about others, which in turn influences our behavior. My question is important because it begins to question why we do what we do. It is important to me as a member of society because I engage in behaviors that adhere to gender stereotypes and I want to understand the motivation behind these behaviors. I would use this information to make an informed decision about continuing to adhere to these stereotypes. Major developments within the social sciences have changed the way we study individuals. According to the History of Psychology Timeline in learning block 3-2, cognitive psychology, which was created in 1956, is focused on cognitive states and studying concepts such as cognitive biases. It was the development of this subfield that led to key understandings of how our brain processes and perceives. In turn, this led to understanding of how unconscious biases influence our behavior. There have been major developments within the field of social science that have impacted the way groups of people have been studied. Gender inequality within the United States is important, but it is also important to look outside of the United States. In learning block 3-1, we learned that globalization has led to more research being done in other countries and that new technology has led to rapid dissemination of news stories from all over the globe. These advancements have allowed us to read about stories like that of Malala, who was shot because she was a girl who wanted to go to school. These major developments have made it possible for us to see the importance of gender equality research. In the Sociology and Anthropology Timeline in learning block 3-3, we learned that towards the middle of the twentieth century, myths of racial difference were debunked by sociologists and anthropologists in North America. These research findings are major developments that were the foundation for policy change that called for greater equality. The timeline also highlights the current notion that research can be a form of social activism. Social scientific research has changed in the face of globalization and new technology. The learning block 3-1 overview describes how neuroimaging techniques have led to advancements in identifying structures of the brain associated with perception, love, altruism, and aggression. Therefore, new neuroimaging technology is a major development within the social sciences that has led to us understanding concepts like prejudice and identifying cognitive biases. An overall general trend toward equality is highlighted in the American Psychological Association’s Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major Goal 3: Ethical and Social Responsibility in a Diverse World. A trend in social science toward greater equality allows for researchers to focus on important questions like understanding gender inequality. Finding the answer to this question would be beneficial to all members of society because it would create a better understanding of why we do what we do. Without conscious awareness of our own biases and the shortcuts our brain makes, we can jump to conclusions without objective evidence. Understanding why we engage in gender stereotypes might allow us to make changes to our behavior if we do not wish to perpetuate certain stereotypes. This information would be useful to individuals, families, couples, and even businesses. Gender differences continue to be present within leadership positions in businesses. Finding the answer to my question may be useful to understanding why businesses and corporations continue to adhere to gender stereotypes and why women continue to be left out of positions of power. The American Psychological Association’s Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major Goal 3, guideline 3.3b, describes the importance of recognizing potential for prejudice and discrimination in oneself and others, and 3.3e explains the importance of being able to articulate psychology’s role in developing, designing, and disseminating public policy. These guidelines highlight the importance of studying human behavior. First, studying human behavior leads to recognition of one’s own and others’ prejudices, for example, continuing to behave in ways that perpetuate current stereotypes. Second, studying human behavior can also lead to changing and developing public policy, which means that the information learned about prejudice can be disseminated to inform public policy change and hopefully contribute to the betterment of society. SCS 100 Theme 4: Final Reflection Submission Checklist As you review your presentation/short paper and prepare to submit this assignment to your instructor, review the items below. If your answer to any of the items below is “no,” consider revisiting your submission or reaching out to your instructor for assistance. Did you . . . Explain why your question is important to you as a member of society? Use course resources to detail the major developments in social science thinking that drive questions regarding studying the individual? Explain how finding the answer to your question might impact others around you? Use course resources to detail the major developments in social science thinking that drive questions regarding studying others? Explain why studying human behavior and identity is a valuable human endeavor? Use course resources to detail the major developments in social science thinking that support the study and advancement of the social sciences as necessary and valuable? Complete a spelling and grammar check? Your submission should be free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and presented in a professional and easy-to-read format. Yes No ...
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My social scientific question is based on the Diaderm anti-wrinkle cream ad,
having no visible sign of aging is a sign of beauty for woman. Do women feel pressured
to prevent aging in our culture but men do not feel the same social pressure? It is
noteworthy that the Diaderm anti-wrinkle cream is not the only product in the market
promising to make women remain youthful. There are thousands of them, most of which
do not live up to most customer expectations. This question is important to me as a
member of society because I am a 41 year old mother of 2 grown boys and been married
for 21 years. I have my hair colored, nails done and get eyelash extensions on a regular
basis. I recently got laser treatment on my face for sun damage and wrinkles. I, therefore,
feel pressure to look young from outside society hence the reason I invest in a number of
beauty regimens and products.
As women, we are more likely to underestimate our looks and attractiveness
compared to the men who are complacent and comfortabl...

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