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Race, ethnicity, gender, and class: the sociology of group conflict and change 8th edition

Please follow the instructions also you can use the textbook source.
Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class: The Sociology of Group Conflict and Change 8th Edition
ISBN-13: 978-1506346946
ISBN-10: 1506346944
Authors: Joseph F. Healey, Andi Stepnick, Eileen O’Brien

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Analyze your table or list, and reflect on which groups you feel play a large role in your life, and why.

STEP 1: Make a list of all of the different groups in your social world. Then label each group making sure you have at least one example of a primary group, secondary group, in-group, out-group, and a reference group. Now write the instrumental and expressive functions of each group next to the group. Share either the table or your list in your assignment submission. STEP 2: In a response between 300-500 words, write an essay that explains some of your own experience with types of groups. Analyze your table or list, and reflect on which groups you feel play a large role in your life, and why. Please ensure your essay is in 12 point font, 1 inch margins, and double spaced.

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An introduction and conclusion are required.

SPECIFICATIONS: 4-5 pages (4 pages minimum, 5 pages maximum), 12 pt font, 1-inch margins, double-spaced. APA or ASA citation style. No references list is required unless outside sources are used. No cover page required. (Put title, name, student number, and date on the first page, top left corner). Include page numbers. An introduction and conclusion are required. The prose should be coherent and cohesive throughout. OVERVIEW: The “Educational Autobiography” requires students to interrogate how and what they were taught about nonhuman animals, human-animal relations, and animal ethics. The aim of this assignment is to craft a personal narrative regarding one’s formative educational experiences about animals. Sources of education can range from the formal, such as public or private school, to the more informal, such as parents, mentors, media, and animals themselves. The point is to ask, what were some of my key educational experiences regarding other animals? How did I come to know animals in certain ways? What specific events or particular lessons stood out for me in my trajectory? How have my ideas about nonhuman animals changed over time? Why? Crucially, what did I think and feel about these experiences? Students should consider a broad range of time, as opposed to just concentrating on the last few years of one’s life. The assignment should not be written as detached journalism, but rather as an explicitly subjective account, in which students situate themselves in their individual histories. The goal is to trace how we (believe we) come to adopt particular understandings and social constructions of nonhuman animals. As part of the autobiography, students should incorporate some commentary on the Week 2 Robinson interview which is attached below, demonstrating the application of at least two major concepts or significant points.

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All the questions needs to be answered clearly by using the book that i will provide.

Please read carefully before asking to do the assignment. All the questions needs to be answered clearly by using the book that I will provide. Essay needs to meet the minimum length requirements of 450 words.

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Sociology

How can we see racial and ethnic diversity generally being used to stoke fear in the name of gaining or keeping political power?

Videos for Discussion: “Going for Broke: Japanese Americans in WWII” Found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_WG96MAirI AND “Ian Haney López on the Dog Whistle Politics of Race” Found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnOGFdGY_vw Discussion Question: As discussed in the readings, inequality is not an either/or situation but one of varying degrees of difference. Do some outside research on the sociological concept: “Myth of the Model Minority.” How can we see both racial ambiguity and racial double standards at work with the diverse groups of people, grouped together, as though there were no difference, as “Asian Americans?” How can we see racial and ethnic diversity generally being used to stoke fear in the name of gaining or keeping political power?

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Which should be the focus of the government?

Based on resources of choice, explain the differences between crime control and crime prevention. Which should be the focus of the government? Which should be the focus of the community? Be specific in your examples.
Your response should be in APA format (double spaced, using in-text citations, and a reference section) .

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Each response paper should have a concise and well-thought-out thesis statement that connects theories and ideas discussed in-class/readings with the chosen piece or pieces of media.

Please apply if you have the sources.
Analyze the depiction of race/ethnicity in a piece of media.
Analyze, deconstruct, and synthesize a film or piece of media assigned on the syllabus. Each response paper should have a concise and well-thought-out thesis statement that connects theories and ideas discussed in-class/readings with the chosen piece or pieces of media.
A minimum of four (4) scholarly sources should be used in each response paper, preferably from a source also assigned on the syllabus. Response papers should be in formal, academic prose; meaning: no contractions, no slang or informal language. They must be in MLA format, with proper headings, titles, double-spaced, a works cited page, and in 12-point font. Every response paper must have a strong argument, utilize MLA bibliographic citations, and have a works cited page.
A response paper could be, but is not limited to, a close reading of a scene filtered through a theoretical framework provided by that week`s reading or a descriptive visual analysis of the depiction of racial violence and/or resistance.
Films/Media to use
-The Vanguard Theater, "The Roots of a Racist Artform" and TCM Original Production, “Blackface and Hollywood.”
-Ethnic Notions (Riggs, 1987)
-DJ Spooky, Rebirth of a Nation (2007)
-The Help (Taylor, 2011)
-lovecraft country
Scholarly sources
-Mollie K. Murphy and Tina M. Harris, “White Innocence and Black Subservience: The Rhetoric of White Heroism in The Help.”
-Saidiya Hartman, “Introduction.”
-Stephen Weinberger, “`The Birth of a Nation` and the Making of the NAACP.”
-Stuart Hall, “The Whites of their Eyes.
-Thulani Davis, "Race and Media in 21st Century Classrooms."
Please use at least 2 of the scholarly sources listed there.

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Could the victim have reduced any risks to avoid this crime?

For this week`s discussion, find a news article about or video of a crime (against a victim and consistent with crimes discussed in chapter 4) that occurred within the last month in NYC. Summarize the crime event citing the source(s). Could the victim have reduced any risks to avoid this crime? Are there any prevention strategies in place that combat this type of crime? What changes would be practical to prevent future crimes like this? Use the textbook to support your response.
Ensure all of your posts are using references and cite them accordingly.

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3-how did the experiential exercise strike you, and do you have criticisms of it?

write about the following: After having viewed all the videos on consciousness in this weeks course work- it is in the attachment-
1-, what`s your reaction to the mainstream scientific view and the problems it encounters.
2-What do you think consciousness is and where does it come from?
3-How did the experiential exercise strike you, and do you have criticisms of it?
4Do you think that consciousness has evolved?
5-How about your own consciousness?

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This is a critical thinking exercise, which means you form an argument based on the information you have and support this argument.

Write a response that resonated with you for Kuokkanen. This is a critical thinking exercise, which means you form an argument based on the information you have and support this argument. This is a process of analysis not a summary, (I already know what the article is about). Please use your critical thinking skills to come up with an analytical response.
Some questions to consider but you do not have to answer any of these questions!
Is this article still relevant today, how?
Why is this work both theoretical or culturally important to learn about?
*You must make an argument not a summary
*You must cite the article at least once to help support your argument