5 easy questions 1

Provide a well-developed and thoughtful answer by utilizing your analytic, interpretive, and critical thinking skills. Connect your answers to the broader social structure, ideologies, power relationships, sociological terms/concepts/theories, and to broader society overall. When appropriate please add an example and/or quote from the textbook to explain your answer.

*Writing tip: the quizzes are an opportunity to show that you understand the material, so err on the side of over-explaining vs. under-explaining.( if u need the textbook message me , and I will give u the link)

1.How can we use the sociological imagination to help us see, analyze, interpret, and change society?

2 How does the textbook define social problems? How do you define a social problem?

3 Describe the natural history of a social problem and the significance of each stage.

4 Contextualize the following quote, what does it mean to you? “Anthropologist Margaret Mead once said, ‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has'” (Textbook 1.3).

5 Provide an example for each of the 4 sociological research methods and explain the general role of methodology in social science.

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