b. We are a community with quirks, both in language and in traditions. Describe one of your quirks and why it is part of who you are.

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: My Quirk My quirks are behaviors or habits that are unique to my community and I. Some of my habits are developed based on my surrounding. Most of the people think that behaving in a certain way is attributed to certain elements. However, an individual’s logical reasoning might determine his or her actions. Quirks may vary from ordinary to extraordinary depending on an individual. I have a quirk of saving stray faunas. I have learned that some animals may be small and invisible, yet their impact on the environment may be amazing. For example, earthworms and ants help in determining soil fertility through aeration and bioturbation. These animals have lacked...

Theories of Power in Society and Power beyond the Rules.

Theories of power in society and power beyond the rule Student’s name Institution Affiliation According to the topic of theories of power in society and power beyond the rules, they discuss the aspects of spreading of power throughout the US population and the causes of revolution and terrorism. However, power has been considered to be the most complex topic to be studied hence sociologists have come up with theories of competing for power in the United States. On the other hand, revolution and terrorism are considered to correlate with the aspect...

Welfare should be abolished

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Number Date of Submission Welfare Should Be Abolished In the past, up until the 1800s, the family, the church, individuals themselves and various non-governmental humanitarian organizations were the main agents of providing welfare. These locals ensured that the vulnerable and the less fortunate in the society, which constituted of the elderly, the unemployed, the disabled and the destitute had access to the basic needs; food, shelter and clothing. It was until the 1940s after the Second World War that most developed countries of our current world took up welfare as their responsible and hence the central governments of these countries made welfare...

government

Name Professor's name Course Date Why I would vote for a democratic system of government if I were an American citizen The success of modern societies has largely been hinged on their ability to form organized units of government. Over the years, there various forms of governments such as democratic, dictatorial, monarchical and Aristocratic. If I were an American citizen, the form of government that I would choose would be the democratic one. This is because it has proven to be the most effective one for some reasons. Firstly, they allow the people to have a direct role in how their countries are governed. They do this by electing the leaders that they want. This enables them to choose...

TED talk on urbanization and the evolution of cities

TED talk on urbanization and the evolution of cities Student’s name Institutions name 1. Development of farming techniques influence on the development of cities Farming was discovered, and nomadic villages were established. With time with the discovery of irrigation and soil tilling, people needed not to move to fertile soils for cultivation but practiced the better methods. With improved farming skills, more permanent villages replaced nomadic communities (“Big history…” n.d). Many permanent villages grew into a city. Along the villages there was the development of ports since ships were available, the ports became cities for instance Mesopotamia the first town. 2. Production of...

Current Events Critical Thinking Paper with Sociological Analysis

Current Events with Sociological Analysis Name Institution Immigrants come to resemble native-born Americans over time, but integration not always a link. National Academy of Sciences. September 21, 2015 Sociological concepts in conjunction with the theories, basically intends to outline the development of society, cultures and relation aspects. However, the theoretical explanation develops an insight in the context of what is happening in the society. This paper critically discusses and analyzes the above article which features the integration of immigrants in the US society. In addition, the paper develops an insight of how the immigrants adopt life in US and the gradual...

DB2 SOC: answer the following questions in essay form

Religion Name: University: ReligionMany social science pieces of research show that religion and religious engagement correlates positively with the psychological well-being of a given individual. Religion fosters happiness to individuals who are more religious than the non-religious counterparts. It has a beneficial relationship with the adjustment of the psychology of a person. In a given society, religion has an impact on the final, level of the development of an individual psychologically. It is related to less psychological distress, more satisfaction in life and also fosters a better sense of self-actualization where one realizes their full potential. Religion brings the feeling of...

recent incident, current media headline, government policy, a particular law, a movie, a book, or even music lyrics, etc.

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Title Date Sociological Perspectives on the Gun Debate Introduction After the recent mass shooting last month at Umpqua Community College, the gun debate has resurfaced to top public discourses on this divisive societal issue. The debate on guns pits two opposing sides: those who want a ban on civilian gun ownership and those who are pro-ownership of guns by civilians. Pro-ownership of guns faction argues that guns are effective defensive weapons against their lives and properties. On the other hand, the anti-gun group insists that civilian ownership of guns is a threat to their lives, and those of others, as evidenced by the wanton shooting in...

Servant Leadership, Ethical Leadership, and Moral Intelligence

Name Course Tutor Date Servant leadership A servant leader can be defined as a leader who leads by serving others. He can also be described as a leader whose goal is to achieve the needs and interests of his followers. A servant leader that advocates for the development of his followers and ensures that his main goal is building the community. He can be identified to have various characteristics that help him in achieving his set goals. Therefore, we can identify them as the following; Ethical leadership can be identified as the type of leadership where the leader tries to direct people with regards to the specified norms and beliefs. He can be identified as a leader that tries to find...

1968 Europe

Name Course Name of Tutor Date The 1968 Europe The postwar period of between 1945 and 1968 constituted a district era in European history, it was a time that saw Europe divided into two parts, West and Eastern Europe. It was during this time that Europe had lost world hegemony and even retreated from the colonial possessions it previously boasted of. Europe had also retracted from two military alliances that were under the control of the Soviet Union and the US. This period was also marked by economic growth that was created by affluent consumer society in the Western front. In the US and Western Europe, public majorities plus governments endorsed a proposal to combine the domestic reform...