You should answer all parts of the questions you chose to answer.
Number your answers corresponding to the prompt numbers listed above, and split your answers into separate paragraphs.
Use of concepts and theories wherever relevant is highly recommended for full grade. It will also help you in your exams and while writing your essay.You can use pictures, graphs, pie charts, etc. in your answers, but not for your answers.
Always support your opinions with scholastic sources.
When you use outside material, please use in-text citations and give references at the end of your post in APA format.
Otherwise, it is termed as Plagiarism.
Plagiarism is a critical offense according to Galen policies. Your answers should not be simple ‘copy and paste’ from an outside source. In such instances, even though you give references, they will not be considered your answers. The first time I spot plagiarism, you will be given a zero with a warning.
3.Many critics of medicalization claim that medicalizing women’s health issues is a form institutional sexism. As described in our text, medicalization is the process where previously normal aspects of life are redefined as deviant and needing medical attention to remedy. Discuss the medicalization of women’s health issues and address whether medicalizing issues like menstruation, pre-menstrual syndrome, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause amounts to institutional sexism.
4.Which of the major theoretical perspectives best explains the sociology of health and why?
You are going to college because it is relevant to the career you want to pursue. What is this
You are going to college because it is relevant to the career you want to pursue. What is this career?
Research and describe the social and economic characteristics of your profession: What type of people
does it employ (gender, race, education, etc.)? What are the typical conditions of employment (pay,
unions, stability, etc.)? How is this profession doing today in the economy, in your state, and in the U.S.
as a whole (unemployment, location, projections, etc.)? What are the major issues it is facing? Then,
think about how you chose this career and what the information you just presented means for you in this
profession in the future. Whenever appropriate, link the information you present to concepts, theories,
facts, and core values of “community and social justice” from the course.
The paper will be a minimum of seven (7) pages in length and include a title page and a reference page,
using a standard 12-point font. You may use additional resources, provided they are appropriately cited.
You are required to use the American Sociological Association (ASA) formatting style to format your
paper and sources. Information on ASA is available in the course under Resources.
PLEASE WRITE FROM THE POV OF AN AFRICAN AMERICAN!!!
I have also attached the original instructions, and sources that I would like to be used.
What to Submit: 3-4 page paper that explains your sociological analysis of your chosen film. The paper must: Make
Sociology Assignment Help What to Submit:
3-4 page paper that explains your sociological analysis of your chosen film. The paper must:
Make a clear sociological argument
Cite at least 3 readings from this course (other peer-reviewed sources may supplement course readings)
Have a citations page
Briefly summarize the film and why others might want to watch it
Try to avoid unnecessary spoilers.
Ideally, your written and oral analyses will have a specific thesis/ argument related to race/gender/ sexuality and will make use of relevant course readings to demonstrate a point (e.g. the film I have selected challenges the final girl trope because the protagonist who defeats the killer is an animatronic goat-person).
Reference at least two course concepts or readings
Offer your sociological analysis from your written work in an oral format
I have attached some sources that can be used if needed. As well as references for ASA. Please make
I have attached some sources that can be used if needed. As well as references for ASA. Please make sure you indent.
Using at least 5 sources, critically analyze past research on your topic. (They do not need to be the same
sources you used for your bibliography and/or annotated bibliography.) Pay attention to strengths and
limitation of existing scholarship. Work on developing a framework for asking your research question (or
clarifying why you are asking it if it has already been stated).
? Questions to consider include: Is there enough evidence to warrant the conclusion(s) drawn? How
do the authors’ theoretical framework and/or methodology shape or limit the conclusion(s)?
? Overall, identify which research sources are most credible and offer the best information on your
issue. Explain why you came to this conclusion.
? A literature review should have a thesis statement. If you do not have a thesis statement, you will
be docked 10 points.
• Your literature review should be 4-6 pages long, double-spaced in a 12 point font. The font should not
be unusually wide or narrow nor should it be highly stylized. Margins should be between 1