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Key sociological concepts and theories

For this activity, you will identify one area where sexism or heterosexism is evident in one of the social institutions. You will find a current event article from a local, national or international news source that details an institutional act of sexism or heterosexism. This might include laws that allow women or the LGBTQA community to be treated unfairly, reports on differences in pay or […]

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Multiple Churches in Nova Scotia

Multiple Churches in Nova Scotia residents claim a religious affiliation. Of those, the majority are Christian though they don’t all belong to the same denomination (e.g. Protestants, Catholics, Mormons, etc.). Religion can be extrinsic (public displays of commitment such as service attendance) and intrinsic (a personal relationship to the divine). Fundamentalists are often associated with acts of hate and/or terrorism however the exact meaning of […]

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Power and Politics in America

Power and Politics in America Political leaders are elected in the United States. Voter turnout is higher when there is an important issue on the ballot, or during Presidential years, but generally voter turnout in the US is much lower than other advanced industrial democracies. Disenfranchisement [Video, 0:52 mins] also reduces voter turnout. This is when people do not vote because they are barred from […]

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Theoretical Explanations for Gender Inequality

Theoretical Explanations for Gender Inequality Functionalists usually argue that everything that is a universal is good for social order. Gender roles are a social universal. In other words, every society has roles that are associated with masculine and feminine, though what is masculine in one culture may be feminine in another. Talcott Parsons argued that women are more suited for the expressive or nurturing role […]

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Gender, Sexuality and Social Institutions

Module Notes: Gender, Sexuality and Social Institutions Donkey and Elephant Straddling a Fence. for the parent that gives birth to be the one that is more expressive. These roles are complementary within a family and are necessary. However, inequality exists because society values the instrumental role more than the expressive role. Child rearing is seen as less of a contribution to the family than breadwinning. […]

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The growing influence of advocacy groups

Read case study titled “Shareholders with a Mission” that illustrates the growing influence of advocacy groups on corporate and government behavior. Though the agendas for these groups often reside at the extreme, even small organizations can have a powerful influence on corporate policies, especially when the groups focus on monitoring organizational compliance with government regulations and engage in subsequent whistle-blowing actions. Focus your discussion on […]

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 Developing Codes for Food Companies 

Read case study titled Developing Codes for Food Companies that illuminates interagency coordination and policy implementation. Although at first glance these efforts may seem like win-win endeavors, they are usually preceded by a good deal of behind-the-scenes negotiations and compromise. Focus your discussion on the following: Discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages to developing business codes and monitoring mechanisms.Before beginning this project, please be sure you […]

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