Submission contains an original Question – in context – about the

Submission contains an original Question – in context – about the course content from the modules for that QCC assignment
Submission contains a Comment that either explores the student’s own question (discusses possible answers they found in the course materials that may answer their question) or shows a sociological concept from the appropriate modules as they see it in their society
Submission contains a Connection between the concepts and materials from both the current modules for that QCC assignment (so a connection is made between the two modules and their content, not just between content within one of the modules.)
Submission contains critical thought and opinion on the course concepts from the modules associated with that QCC assignment (student shows that s/he or they are thinking about the concepts they’re learning instead of just memorizing.)
Submission contains discussion of three course readings from the current modules referenced in text, and/or discussed in a way that shows that the student read and understood the articles, and are able to use them in an argument. (videos are not considered “readings”)

Chapters: Chapter 8: Structuralist and Post-Structuralist Paradigms, Foucault, Medicalization, and Authority, Chapter 10: Structurationist Paradigms, Chapter 4: Phenomenological Paradigms, and Chapter 11: Feminist Paradigms

Analysis on the film Coming to America 2 by Craig Brewer

Apply the sociological imagination and at least one of the three main paradigms in sociology. You are not writing a synopsis of the film. You are examining a larger social issue the film addresses and applying sociological concepts, paradigms and analysis in your paper. After you watch the film, come up with a thesis (a central point or main argument). Do some background research on the film and the filmmaker (what was/is the filmmaker’s intended audience, inspiration for the film, research process, etc.) What type of film (genre) is this? Is this an independent, blockbuster, documentary, docu-drama, etc. film? Even if you watched the film already in the past, you must watch it again (and provide proof with the three photos) for this assignment.

When applicable, incorporate the following critical thinking tools, paradigms, and topics:

a) dialectics (competing views and perspectives)

b) stereotypes v. social patterns

c) essentialism and social construction

essentialism (primordialism): someone who perceives and sees social reality as inherent, essential, primordial, innate.

Race: races are natural (racial differences are inherent, innate, etc.) extreme essentialism: races are biologically distinct from one another.

d) assimilation and internal colonialism

e) intersectionality: race, class, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship, status, etc.

f) critical analysis of a social problem (homelessness, addiction, poverty, race relations, police brutality, domestic violence, gender inequality, LGBTQ rights, immigration, refugee experiences, etc.)

What does this film tell us about society? Please do not spend your paper summarizes the film. Your paper should consider what groups the characters belong to and how that informs their perspectives, what time period (sociohistorical context), and who the intended audience of the film by the film director, etc. Why did YOU choose your specific film? What resonated about the film to you?

Apply your textbook, class lectures, and class films. Outside sources are welcomed but ONLY in addition to your required class textbook, lectures, CANVAS posts, and class films. You will be required to have a bibliography (or works cited page).

The film analysis assignment is 30% of your total grade. You will be graded based on the following:

1) COMPOSITION: grammar, syntax, spelling, organization
2) CONTENT: information [supanova_question]

Original post: Chapter 31 and Chapter 32 discuss how biracial Americans

Sociology Assignment Help Original post: Chapter 31 and Chapter 32 discuss how biracial Americans and homeless children may shift back and forth between two different identities (one that is deviant and one that represents the privileged norm). What other (not mentioned in Chapters 31 or 32 reading or lecture) examples can you think of where individuals shift back and forth

from a deviant to a nondeviant identity in their self-presentations? Provide one specific example, noting the identities and at least two stigma management strategies used to manage the deviant identity. Subject title should name shifting identities (for example, white and black).

Original post: Submission is due by 11pm on Friday, November 19th and should be 175 or more words/2 or more minutes video. Submission should use complete and grammatically correct sentences.

and Mental-Health Outcomes within the Immigrant Community

A literature review for social work (Mental Health and Mental-Health Outcomes within the Immigrant Community). 15 sources minimum (attached). All sources must be used in review. PLEASE USE THE ATTACHED SOURCES PROVIDED.

These are the headings I would like to see:
*Lingering Issues and the Need for Research
*Little to No Research Exploring the Mental Health of Immigrants
*Mental Health and Mental-Health Outcomes within the Immigrant Community: A Literature Review
*Current Outcomes and Comparisons
*The “Healthy Immigrant Effect” also Known at the “Immigrant Paradox”
*Gaps and Limitations in the Literature