Hello, the assignment is a research paper about a research question and a hypoth

Hello, the assignment is a research paper about a research question and a hypothesis that we came up with. The research question that I chose is
“Why do men in North America have an advantage in the workforce over women qualified to perform the same task at the highest level of professionalism?”.
The hypothesis that I came up with is
“Men in North America have an advantage over women who are just as qualified as they are in the workforce mainly due to the fact that society, in general, is dominated by men. Since men mainly dominate society, most companies and high government positions are also ruled by men which means that females take a back seat when it comes to equality in the workplace and other social institutions.”
Now, I need you to write a 5 paragraph essay that has 3 points that we got from the research. And in the conclusion, we should put if our hypothesis was correct or wrong.
I have 3 points that you can choose if u want
Point 1: payment and equality
Point 2: history of inequality in the workplace in North America
Point 3: how to fix the problem
Please be sure to read all of this carefully because this is very important.

Select one option and write an essay response to paste to your exam. Strong essa

Select one option and write an essay response to paste to your exam. Strong essays make connections across topics and provide examples from the readings or videos.
What could change in/about religion to promote gender equality? Use the sociological arguments and examples from the chapter to substantiate your claim.
Has the working world changed in terms of gender dynamics over time, and if so, how? Consider and discuss the segregation and discrimination that help to maintain the work-related status quo. Provide examples addressing at least two of the following dimensions: occupational segregation, harassment and wage inequality.
Using at least one example from a form of media (television, print, music, video games, or pornography), explain how media perpetuates gender differences and gender inequality. Make sure to incorporate concepts from the chapter.
Discuss sexual violence. Explain not only violence against women, but also violence against men. In doing so, also discuss the type of culture that supports sexual violence and what can be done to combat this violence. Provide examples.
Consider how homophobia impacts the structure and experience of men’s and women’s friendships. Be sure to identify and discuss the differences between men’s and women’s friendships, historically and in the modern-day U.S., how they have changed over time (as influenced directly by homophobia), and how homophobia affects cross-sex versus same-sex friendships.
Identify three health differences between men and women. Explain why they exist, based on gendered practices, and how we might make these differences disappear by targeting gender.

Due Date May 16 by 11:55pm Premise Every social problem has many different sides

Due Date
May 16 by 11:55pm
Premise
Every social problem has many different sides to it.
In this assignment, pick any social problem you wish to explore, and use class concepts to argue 2 opposing sides of the same issue.
For example if you were doing abortion rights one side could be the pro life side and another side could be the pro choice side.
Format & Points Breakdown (Assignment Format Example Download Assignment Format Example)
Write-up – Each section should begin on its own page
Margins, Font, & Spacing – All your work must be double-spaced, with 12-point font, and 1” margins. Only include your name at the top.
Points & Sections Breakdown (40 Points Total)
Summary (Half a page Max) – 2.5 Points
Side 1 (1 full page)
Grammar and flow – 1.25pts
Organization – 1.25pts
Apply concepts to prove side 1 argument 15pts
Side 2 (1 full page)
Grammar and flow – 1.25pts
Organization – 1.25pts
Apply concepts to prove side 1 argument 15pts
Personal Opinion (Half a page Max) – 2.5pts

Video Link: https://www.linktv.org/shows/city-rising/episodes/city-rising-gentri

Video Link: https://www.linktv.org/shows/city-rising/episodes/city-rising-gentrification-and-displacement (Links to an external site.)
This multi-platform documentary shows how gentrification is deeply rooted in a history of discriminatory laws and practices in the United States. City Rising follows the journey of California communities that are fighting gentrification and features a growing movement of advocates seeking responsible development across the state. People of color who cherish their neighborhood’s culture and sense of community are mobilizing against unsustainable rents and other forces that they see are pushing neighbors into homelessness. (KCET 2017)
In 1100-1200 words, discuss the following:
Discuss the historical racist practice of redlining in Black communities and communities of color.
Discuss the similarities and differences between gentrification and redlining in the context of race and class. Use examples from the documentary.
What can we do to protect the disadvantaged minority populations from gentrification?
Important notes:
* Make sure that you are following ASA guidelines. Below is link to learn more about APA in case you need additional information (there is no need for an “abstract” for this paper).
https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/using_research/formatting_in_sociology_asa_style/references_page_formatting.html (Links to an external site.)
and
https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/using_research/formatting_in_sociology_asa_style/in_text_citation_references.html (Links to an external site.)
* Always cite your work to avoid unintentional plagiarism.

describe using the scientific method a sample study you “could” conduct for a s

describe using the scientific method a sample study you “could” conduct for a sociological purpose. Specifically, outline a study you could do using the five steps of the scientific method, tell me why you selected this study and what you hope to learn. Include 2 academic references to be cited using apa format within the body of the text. Remember this is a “pretend” study so you are just telling me what you could do. Be creative, make sure you fully describe each of your actions using the five steps. (1500 words)
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Answer the following questions, including headings as follows: Stereotypes of do

Answer the following questions, including headings as follows:
Stereotypes of dominant and subordinate racial and ethnic groups
List at least 3 stereotypes of dominant and subordinate racial and ethnic groups.
Select a television show or movie and watch it to see how many of these stereotypes are reflected in the show. Summarize and offer perspective on your results.
Foreigners and American Culture
How would you answer someone who claims foreigners are changing American culture? Please explain your reasoning with at least one example.
Melting Pot
Is the United States a “melting pot”? Please explain your reasoning with examples.
In the reading “Immigrants Shunning the Idea of Assimilation” – Do you agree with this? Why or why not? https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/national/longterm/meltingpot/melt0525a.htm

https://youtu.be/rZn_lJoN6PI https://youtu.be/gkilQ87UUj8 https://youtu.be/p9kCJ




Tip: For Video Investigation assignments, I recommend watching the film before reading the prompt. Then, after you view the film, address the points in the prompt in your own words based on your memory. Your response paragraph should make it clear that you viewed the entire film, addressing several specific points, but again, in your own words. If you do use any direct lines from the film, be sure to put them into quotes. The bulk of the response should be in your own written voice.
IN YOUR OWN WORDS – Compose a detailed paragraph on your reaction to the films. What did you find most shocking/interesting? How is sex different from gender? Apply one additional term/concept from Module 9 that you see in the films and explain how it is present.

your assignment will analyze the construction of a social activity that is relev

your assignment will analyze the construction of a social activity that is relevant to some aspect of
crime by using structural sociological theory to study the claims-making in a newspaper article. You
must consistently talk directly about the police or the courts. You must not talk about social problems,
deviance, mental illness, suicide, the mass media, social media, or any other area of sociology. The
logic of your argument should demonstrate the principles of social constructionism. The article you
choose must not involve the simple presentation of hard news. Rather, it must be an editorial or
column or opinion-piece which provides an interpretation of some aspect of crime.
Your assignment must provide a direct link to the original source of the newspaper article which must
be dated after August 1, 2021. It is important that your choice of news be long enough and have
enough information to do the assignment. You cannot provide a link to Proquest, LexisNexis, or any
other aggregator of the news. The link will not be a link to the library, google, or any other
intervening webpage. The link must be directly to the actual original source of the news in the online
version of a newspaper. You may wish to go directly to a major newspaper such as The Toronto Star,
The Globe and Mail, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, or other reputable
newspaper.
In your assignment you will provide direct answers to the 20 questions. Do not provide an
introduction (since question 1 is the introduction) and do not provide a conclusion (because question
20 is your conclusion). The choice of news to analyze is important because you need to select a
source with sufficient detail to permit good answers to all the questions. Do not make up answers
based on speculation.
Your analysis must answer the following questions in this order:
1. what problem, issue, or topic about crime is being formulated?
2. what claims are being made about the phenomenon?
3. where is the problem?
4. which groups of people are involved?
5. what about the activities is said to be wrong?
6. what evidence is being presented?
7. who are said to be the victims of the state of affairs?
8. is the problem said to be related to other problems? how?
9. what are the imputed causes of the problem?
10. what are the proposed remedies for the problem?
11. what obstacles make it difficult to treat the problem?
12. to whom are the claims for remedy being made?
13. who are the claims-makers?
14. what values do the claims-makers appeal to?
15. what social positions do the claims-makers hold?
16. what is the relationship of the claims-makers to the problem?
17. who is the audience for the claims-making?
18. what presentational strategies or rhetorical devices are being employed?
19. why are the claims being presented in a newspaper?
20. what do you believe?
You are not permitted to quote or paraphrase any words from the articles or any source that you are You are not
permitted to quote or paraphrase any words from the articles or any source that you are. Your answers to the questions must be numbered 1-20. Do not repeat the question in your answer. That is: do not answer question 1 by saying “1. what problem, issue, or topic about crime is being formulated?” Just answer the question directly without repeating the question you are answering. Your answers to these questions should constitute the development of a coherent argument that leads to the conclusions expressed in the answer to question 20.
Thus, you assignment consists of exactly 20 numbered paragraphs. Your answers typically are 50+ words per question totalling at least 1000 words and not more than 1200 words. You will lose marks if you are under or over these limits. If your assignment has less than 1000 words it is unlikely that you have met the requirements of this assignment and your
mark will suffer. You are not permitted to quote or paraphrase any words from the articles or any source that you are
using. If you do so, you will lose marks. All of the words must be your words and not words from any other source.
The assignment is worth 10% of the final grade and is marked out of 10. You must provide the word count of the assignment, if you do not you will lose 1 mark out of 10. The word count must include absolutely every word. Do not provide a
cover page. The first line of the assignment must be the link that lead to the news story. The second line must be the
word count. Line 3 is blank. Line 4 starts with the number ‘1.’ The text should be a 12 point font, preferably Segoe UI (which is what you are reading) or a similar font. Use single spacing. (The UI stands for user interface and is designed to be readable on screens.) The assignment must be a file (call it assign1) submitted by you directly to the myls dropbox for
this course. The assignment must be submitted with: “docx” or “doc” or “rtf” as the filetype. If you use any
other filetype you lose 2 marks out of 10. If you submit a text file or a pdf file you lose 2 marks.

Argueta and de Jesus both map what it is like to live under crisis. One Day of L

Argueta and de Jesus both map what it is like to live under crisis. One Day of Life gives us the realities
present under the Salvadoran civil war while Child of the Dark provides us insight into what life is like
for a Black, working poor, single mother in the favelas of Brazil. Crushing poverty and the lack of
consistent access to food, potable water, and education are some of the similarities in both of these
settings. For the final paper students will do a deep reading of both of these texts and map the
similarities and differences that they illustrate as the expansion of COVID-19 continues in the US
and around the globe, generally. What realities surrounding questions of power, inequality, and
exploitation do Argueta and de Jesus expose? What relationships do those realities have with what
COVID-19 will invariably keep uncovering in terms of inequity, power, and exploitation in the US?
How does the legacy of civil war in El Salvador play itself out during the global pandemic? How
does the legacy of grinding poverty, concentrated in Black Brazilian quarters of society, impact the
spread and response to COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo (major cities in Brazil with large,
impoverished sectors of Black Brazilians)? Finally, what lessons to survive do Argueta and de Jesus
provide us in their texts?
The final paper should be 1250 – 1500 words and all citations should be consistent. Students should cite
the two texts and any outside research they do to answer these questions.

Option #1: Poverty in the United States Take a deep dive into the Stanford Cente

Option #1: Poverty in the United States
Take a deep dive into the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality (Links to an external site.) website. In a college-level, critically sound essay, draw on the website’s research section, and describe two significant aspects of poverty in the United States. (You’ll find this on the website’s home page under “Research.”) Discuss why you chose these aspects of poverty, how they might intersect, and where you see them in society.
Requirements:
Format your paper and cite following APA guidelines according to the CSU Global Writing Center (Links to an external site.).
Your paper should be 4-5 pages in addition to the required cover and reference pages.
Cite a minimum of two academic peer-reviewed scholarly sources to support your responses in addition to course material and reading resources. The CSU Global Library (Links to an external site.) is a great place to find these scholarly sources.
You are expected to convey complex ideas in a clear, concise, and organized fashion, using the required and recommended readings from the course for analytical support.
Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment grading rubric for grading details.