how does Emile Durkhein efind sociology? Explain the tenets of his concept of sociology
From 85 Records at D.S. Collegiate, the following data was collected: 12 studied Sociology, Economics and Accounting, 27 studied sociology and accounting, 20 studied economics and accounting, 21 studied economics and sociology, 36 studied sociology, 36 studied economics and 58...
What are the features of Sociology that distinguish it from everyday speculation on social life?Why did they emerge at the time they did in the 19 th century? This site has some good answers to your first question. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sociology I don't know who you ...
I'm taking Sociology 1st semester and Psychology 2nd semester when I go to the 9th grade. I'm just curious but is there any topics (interesting ones) in Sociology and Psychology.
I'm supposed to write a paper on any subject as long as sociology in included. The problem is I'm stumped on how to incorporate socialogy in a topic? Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. First of all, let's begin with a good definition of "sociology:" 1. http://...
What is writing analysis???? Because I saw this in my Program of Studies book for middle school and high school students. Sociology This one-semester sociology course introduce students to the field by engaging them in discussion and written analysis of current topics.......
Should I take psychology before sociology or take sociology before psychology. Like saying "You can't do well in chemistry unless you finish biology"
What specific aspect of sociology do you think personally affects you the most and why?
Could somebody give me a case/problem where sociology made change?
how can sociology help you understand your place in contemporary American society? anyone can answer / i need opinions thanks =]
What social and political factors led to the development of sociology as a distinct academic discipline?
Which of the following was a topic of study in early sociology? a. Astrology b. Economics c. Physics d. History
EXAMPLES OF macro and micro sociology cannot be : prostitution gender inequality economy homelesness
EXAMPLES OF macro and micro sociology cannot be : prostitution gender inequality economy homelesness
what would be an example of an experiment research method in sociology
I need help choosing an object to describe me for a sociology project.
I need a 200 page story describing how the yanomamo indians relate to a concept in the sociology book
why is sociology not taught in the high school level?
The text, Introduction to Sociology, describes many individuals who have contributed to our current view of sociology, including: C. Wright Mills Howard Becker W. I. Thomas Auguste Comte Emile Durkheim Herbert Spencer Karl Marx Erving Goffman’s Harriet Martineau W. E. B. Du ...
Do you know of any websites that give an overview about elderly/aging in general? Its a project that were doing for sociology and we need something interesting for are introduction.
I'm doing a discussion board on Apple iPhones and how harsh the work conditions are for their employees. I'm trying to tie that all together into my sociology class.
How does sociology help you understand your place in contemporary American society? i need more opinions (other than the ones already given a few days back)
-what is sociological imagination? -who was credited for coining the term sociology? -what is the focus of sociology? -what concept is attributed to the ability to see the personal trouble as public issues?
I have to write an assignment on a situation similarly to a culture at walmart from the text Sociology 101 A brief introductiob 8th edition page 68, is there any way I can get this article?
can someone please tell me what are the causes of alienation? I cant find the answer in many sociology books !!Please help!
5. What type of sociologist stresses a commitment to positively impacting society through sociology? would it be applied 1)academic 2)applied 3)public 4)scientific
My assignment is about reading "Sociology as an individual pastime"( Peter L. Berger) and summarizing it. I have read it again and again for many times, but I still don't understand it clearly. Please help me
Which of three theoretical perspectives best explains the fact that Americans find work roles psychologically satisfying but also find them to be stressful? Responses sociology - Ms. Sue, Tuesday, July 28, 2009 at 3:23pm What are the three theoretical perspectives? sociology...
Gabriella has between 2 and 3 hours to spend on Math, Sociology, and English homework. She plans to spend equal amounts of time studying Sociology and English, and to spend 2 times as much time studying Math as in studying Sociology.
hi people actually i need 2 do a project on sociology for 20 marks n i cant decide which on a topic ca u all plz help n v also need 2 have a survey or 30-40 interviews plz plz plz plz help its urgent It would really help us teachers if you would write in standard English so we...
Maria can read 20 pages of economics in an hour. She can also read 50 pages of sociology in an hour. She spends 5 hours per day studying. a. Draw Maria's production possibilities frontier for reading economics and sociology. b. What is Maria's oppurtunity cost of reading 100 ...
discuss the sociology of deviance and compare and constract the labeling theory of deviance with the functionalist approach to deviance
How would eating disorders factor into the media/cultural aspect of sociology? Would they be considered an unintentional/long term media effect?
Please help me urgently. Q1a. Elaborate on the general principle of sociocultural medical problems in Africa. 1b. Discuss on the scope of medical sociology. 1c. What do medical sociologist study?
Could you please help me explain the research methodologies used in sociology as an individual pastime?
How can I get an essay in Sociology?
Math: What is the answer to 1146(150+X)+8911(743+19X) Science: What is photosynthesis? Sociology: What is figuration and functionalism? Economics: What is Opportunity cost? Why is it relevant to life?
I need some help with my sociology essay.
Mattie is a new sociology professor at the local college. During her first lecture, she noticed that some students were yawning. Based on her interpretation of the students yawning, Mattie has decided she is a boring teacher. This is an example of the process referred to as ...
i have got a sociology question..and i don't know on what really to talk.The question is that..'To What extent class divisions are disappearing' i hve talk on embourgeoisement, proletarianization.changes from traditional w.class to new working class...Can u pls help me??thanx ...
I am having some trouble with a sociology assignment concerning research methods. I know this is not a subject covered on this site, but I do not know of any sites for help in this area. If you know of any or have knowledge in this area, then your help would be greatly ...
I'm currently writing an essay for a Sociology class(Sociology of Everyday life), my topic was on love and prior to the essay we had to write three proposals for our essay addressing our topic with a focus on the micro-sociological aspect of it. The problem is all three of my ...
hi, i have just seen 4 new terms in sociology,chapter family..and i don't know what is it? the terms are, ideological state apparatus, domestic labourmatrifocal and matrilineal..i don't what is it.. i hve just seen these terms as exam question by cambridge?..these terms are ...
hi.. am dnt a topic in sociology and the topic is Education.I find this topic quite complicated and difficult, there are so many types of system of education.. what is the Compensatory education,,can 1 also have some examples of this types of education so that i can have a ...
You have been asked to address the importance of social institutions as they relate to the study of sociology. In 2–3 pages, address the following: How do studying social institutions help sociologists understand society? Provide 2 examples of prevalent social institutions ...
Using supply and demand analysis, comment upon whether a free market in university education will always lead to higher charges for law at Cambridge than for sociology courses at new universities. Consider how many people will apply to law school (a graduate cirriculum) at one...
can someone help me understand what are the major parts of society.How are they interelated. What are the consequences of these parts.How is society interelated. my teacher made a whole lecture which to me made no sence. I took notes as much possible but i still don't ...
what is a bureaucracy?
2 key differentiators and 2 examples of anthropology compared to history and sociology. I found the definitions of each- Cultural anthropology-study of living people and cultures and they actually live with the people they study Archaeology- a subclass of anthropology and is ...
Boardman College maintains two files—one for Sociology majors and another for Anthropology majors. Each file contains students' ID numbers, last names, first names, and grade point averages. Each file is in student ID number order. The college is merging the two departments ...
HI, WHAT IS CONFLICT THEORY?
Who is a real canadian
What is the 'Invisible hand'?
what is " distraction hypothesis" ?
what is digital device
what are subtopics for education
How about -- class structure in your town or school? prejudice about a particular ethnic group? classroom group projects? perceptions about authority figures? sorry i wrote in dat language i need to do a project in sociology for 20 marks and i am not able to decide on a topic ...
What is television effect on sports
what are the concepts of conflict theory?
how to describe global inequality?
At what age adulthood was loomong?
What is (near) infinite wealth?
What can you do to make a difference in your community?
Define Sexual Selection?
What is anomie and its connection to norms?
Is Ghana a classless society?
What was the Banana Wars?
How does self-concept influence communication?
what can individuals do to foster pliralism in society
What does the metaphor Path in the Snow mean?
is it difficult to accurately measure prejudice?
arlie Hochschild? rsearch indicated what
What is the difference between deviance and nonconformity?
what is the meaning of existing sources that socialogists do?
what are the functional consequences of crime and deviance
what are some unique objects that you possess?
Discuss the family as a social institution.
State four functions of the philosophy
what are the inequalities that exists in family??pls help!!!
What is a bipolar racial classification system? Thanks!
what can occur when a social norm is dysfunctional?
Discuss the causes of social change.
Are Ethnic Groups the same as Societies?
Marx's notion of production
Give at least two specific examples of stratification? Give at least two specific examples from your personal experiences that demonstrate stratification. For example, describe where you have observed stratification in the workplace, the media, home, or school. What were the ...
In your opinion, is it difficult to accurately measure prejudice? Why or why not?
What measurements do sociologist use to calculate prejudice?
How would you do an analysis? It has to be two or three pages.
functionalism, conflict theory, symbolic interactionism
what is the realtionship between diseae and modernization?
What are some of the pros and cons of affirmative action?
what are the manifest and latent functions of a health club?
stating that age is "socially constructured" means
suppose your instuctor has asked you to do a study of homessness
Does race effect the self esteem of children?
How does racism and class system work together
what is a contemporary sociologist who uses conflict perspective.
What are the manifest and latent functions of education in the U.S. Today?
Human Race A. Philosophy B. Sociology C. Humanities D. Economics d
Explain the three steps for measuring a variable.