SOCIOLOGY 213;Society, Interaction, and the Individual

SOCIOLOGY 213;Society, Interaction, and the Individual

Without any prep work, you will need to go to ONE public place and observe the people for 1 hour in that particular social setting. You will note people’s behavior, their demeanor, their reactions/interactions to/with each other, write a report of your observation, and analyze the observation using at one theory and at least 4 sociological concepts from the textbook.

The purpose of this two-step exercise (HW1 due in Week 3 and HW2 due in Week 5) is for you to conduct inductive and deductive research using qualitative methods.

See the attached file for specific instructions.

The Week 3 HW1 meets the following course objectives:

Explain the ‘self’ as a key concept in interaction and socialization
Identify social psychological sources of and consequences of structural inequality
Compare and contrast key social psychological theories including Symbolic Interactionism, Exchange Theory, and Micro-structural Sociology as tools for analysis in varied areas of social life
Analyze interpersonal interaction from a variety of social psychological frameworks including dramaturgy, ethnomethodology and exchange approach
Critically evaluate sociological research and theories on how larger structural conditions impact the individual, emphasizing issues of race, class, and gender.
Apply concepts and theories to analysis of field observations, interviews, and archives

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