Please read and become familiar with the concepts found in Chapter 1 of your text. Answer the questions below from the “Concept Checks” found at the end of each chapter of your text and incorporate your answers into a five-to-six page paper:
What is the “sociological imagination” according to C. Wright Mills?
How does the concept of “social structure” help sociologists better understand social phenomena?
What are the differences between conflict theorist and functionalist approaches to the study of sociology?
Why is sociology considered to be a science?
What is a random sample?
Discuss the main strengths of experimental research.
What is the advantage of using triangulation in social research?
Discuss in detail four ways understanding sociology can help us in our lives.
WRITING REQUIREMENTS: Your paper should be at least five-to-six pages in length for full credit and must be typed, printed, and a hard copy turned into the instructor during class.
Papers must have a title page and should be center justified in descending order 10-15 spaces from the top: Title of the paper (bold), your name, the course name and number, the name of the instructor, the name of the university, and the semester and year.
Double-space the body of the paper using a font no larger than 12 points and no smaller than 10 points.
Indent paragraphs and double-space between paragraphs.
Right, left, top, and bottom margins of the paper should be 1 inch.
Papers should not be written using a bulleted or numbered format, nor should questions for the assignment be repeated in headings or in the body of the text.
Papers should be written in a narrative style with smooth transitions between paragraphs.
References or citations should follow APA format guidelines (an abstract is not required).
THE BOOK NAME IS Essentials of Sociology by Anthony Giddens (5thEdition)
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