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Disassociation diseases?
Disassociation diseases?
For those with disassociation type diseases that experience "derealization" is there fMRA evidence showing why this happens? Do they know what activities in the brain make things seem less real?
Neuroscience and Mental Health   CarbonRobot   47   Asked 4 weeks ago
Discuss three important key https://youtu.be/YekdjKwmiwY
Discuss three important key https://youtu.be/YekdjKwmiwY
In the video, "Relating to Families" discuss three important key messages that you gained from the video and how you plan to integrate them into your work with children and families.
Family Studies   bila   54   Asked 4 weeks ago
Who is responsible for the creation of most technological innovations? Is this a beneficial ...
Who is responsible for the creation of most technological innovations? Is this a beneficial ...
Who is responsible for the creation of most technological innovations? Is this a beneficial arrangement for most of humanity? Why and/or why not?
Sociology   jkim3464   125   Asked 2 months ago
Some conservationists have suggested diverting scarce resources from education, health, and ...
Some conservationists have suggested diverting scarce resources from education, health, and ...
[html]Some conservationists have suggested diverting scarce resources from education, health, and industrialization into various forms of mandatory birth control, including, if necessary, forced sterilization. These observers regard the presumed alternatives-poverty, famine, war, ethnic violence, and the grow
Sociology   mattfury17   130   Asked 2 months ago
Outline and fully discuss the four stages of demographic transition theory in the context of ...
Outline and fully discuss the four stages of demographic transition theory in the context of ...
Outline and fully discuss the four stages of demographic transition theory in the context of population growth.
Sociology   BigFella9503   116   Asked 2 months ago
It has been said that most Canadians will recycle, purchase "green" products, and act positively ...
It has been said that most Canadians will recycle, purchase "green" products, and act positively ...
[html]It has been said that most Canadians will recycle, purchase "green" products, and act positively toward the environment, but only to the extent that such action does not require any real sacrifice in terms of time or money. Do you agree or disagree? In your answer, include examples from your personal ex
Sociology   youngbloodz   130   Asked 2 months ago
How might sociology help us overcome the negative consequences of technology?
How might sociology help us overcome the negative consequences of technology?
How might sociology help us overcome the negative consequences of technology?
Sociology   whitedreamerz   155   Asked 2 months ago
Explain how the social construction of environmental problems shapes the way we perceive them.
Explain how the social construction of environmental problems shapes the way we perceive them.
Explain how the social construction of environmental problems shapes the way we perceive them.
Sociology   xiaoyu000   150   Asked 2 months ago
Environmental racism is a form of discrimination against minority groups and people from poor ...
Environmental racism is a form of discrimination against minority groups and people from poor ...
[html]Environmental racism is a form of discrimination against minority groups and people from poor countries who are subjected to a disproportionate share of environmental hazards and polluting industries. Using examples from your text and personal experiences discuss this phenomenon and propose ways that it
Sociology   onetouch   149   Asked 2 months ago
Discuss the suggestion that technological innovation and market forces will enable us to overcome ...
Discuss the suggestion that technological innovation and market forces will enable us to overcome ...
Discuss the suggestion that technological innovation and market forces will enable us to overcome environmental problems.
Sociology   DoveNinja763537   130   Asked 2 months ago
Countries such as India, China, and other developing nations want to share the affluence that is ...
Countries such as India, China, and other developing nations want to share the affluence that is ...
[html]Countries such as India, China, and other developing nations want to share the affluence that is enjoyed by wealthier countries, and many developing countries are experiencing rapid industrial growth. But, as was demonstrated by developed nations, industrial growth has serious consequences for the envir
Sociology   rhialways659   132   Asked 2 months ago
What type of action was the Vancouver riot of 1907 and why did it happen? What correlations can be ...
What type of action was the Vancouver riot of 1907 and why did it happen? What correlations can be ...
What type of action was the Vancouver riot of 1907 and why did it happen? What correlations can be made to the riots that have occurred across North America in recent years?
Sociology   RHCP12   129   Asked 2 months ago
What leads the authors of the text to conclude that social movements are long-term attempts to ...
What leads the authors of the text to conclude that social movements are long-term attempts to ...
What leads the authors of the text to conclude that social movements are long-term attempts to correct perceived injustices that require a sound social-organizational basis?
Sociology   ejoty   135   Asked 2 months ago
What do you think the labour movement or the women's movement or the Black Lives Matter movement ...
What do you think the labour movement or the women's movement or the Black Lives Matter movement ...
What do you think the labour movement or the women's movement or the Black Lives Matter movement will look like in 2050? Thoroughly explain your position.
Sociology   tifftran   141   Asked 2 months ago
Protesters were able to use modern technology to go global, creating the "Arab Spring" in 2011 and ...
Protesters were able to use modern technology to go global, creating the "Arab Spring" in 2011 and ...
Protesters were able to use modern technology to go global, creating the "Arab Spring" in 2011 and spurring the North American and European "Occupy" movement. Is this the wave of the future for historically excluded groups and categories of people? Why and/or why not?
Sociology   brettlaw   140   Asked 2 months ago
One of the most popular explanations of the rise and success of protest movements has been the ...
One of the most popular explanations of the rise and success of protest movements has been the ...
One of the most popular explanations of the rise and success of protest movements has been the "resource mobilization" perspective. Summarize the main arguments of this perspective and give examples of how it helps to explain the rise of social movements.
Sociology   malhi101   148   Asked 2 months ago
Law enforcement has used surveillance technology to monitor participants at Black Lives Matter ...
Law enforcement has used surveillance technology to monitor participants at Black Lives Matter ...
[html]Law enforcement has used surveillance technology to monitor participants at Black Lives Matter protests and protests by other groups. While this technology has proven beneficial for finding and charging individuals who have engaged in violent activities, activists say surveillance technologies are stifl
Sociology   ceymorebucks24   121   Asked 2 months ago
In Canada, unionization reached a peak in 1978. Furthermore, in 1974 nearly 14.7 strikes took place ...
In Canada, unionization reached a peak in 1978. Furthermore, in 1974 nearly 14.7 strikes took place ...
In Canada, unionization reached a peak in 1978. Furthermore, in 1974 nearly 14.7 strikes took place for every 100,000 Canadian non-agricultural workers falling to less than 0.4 strikes for every 100,000 Canadian non-agricultural workers by 2018. What explains these numbers?
Sociology   rosenrot   141   Asked 2 months ago
Imagine that you are a social movement leader looking to attract additional members to your cause. ...
Imagine that you are a social movement leader looking to attract additional members to your cause. ...
Imagine that you are a social movement leader looking to attract additional members to your cause. Using the process of frame alignment, what specific actions would you take and why?
Sociology   Ashurbanipal   136   Asked 2 months ago
How do resource mobilization, political opportunity, and social control influence the willingness of ...
How do resource mobilization, political opportunity, and social control influence the willingness of ...
How do resource mobilization, political opportunity, and social control influence the willingness of workers to challenge the authority of employers and governments via strike activity?
Sociology   sweetapple718   108   Asked 2 months ago
Discuss and give examples of the globalization of social movements. How do globalized social ...
Discuss and give examples of the globalization of social movements. How do globalized social ...
Discuss and give examples of the globalization of social movements. How do globalized social movements differ from movements at earlier periods in history?
Sociology   Bootyshaker   118   Asked 2 months ago
Why are access to the Internet and Internet content important issues in global and national perspectives?
Why are access to the Internet and Internet content important issues in global and national perspectives?
Why are access to the Internet and Internet content important issues in global and national perspectives?
Sociology   kirstykirst   106   Asked 2 months ago
What is at stake when there is numerical underrepresentation and a biased portrayal of minority ...
What is at stake when there is numerical underrepresentation and a biased portrayal of minority ...
What is at stake when there is numerical underrepresentation and a biased portrayal of minority groups in the mass media? What improvement has been demonstrated in recent years? Include relevant examples in your response.
Sociology   Lettucebereal   147   Asked 2 months ago
Traditional mass media is produced and distributed by a select group of individuals working in the ...
Traditional mass media is produced and distributed by a select group of individuals working in the ...
[html]Traditional mass media is produced and distributed by a select group of individuals working in the industry while social media offers users the opportunity to create and distribute information. Consider how this affects the type of information that is being shared. Would you say that one form of media i
Sociology   tbparker   113   Asked 2 months ago
There has been increasing discussion and debate about whether the media accurately presents ...
There has been increasing discussion and debate about whether the media accurately presents ...
[html]There has been increasing discussion and debate about whether the media accurately presents information and whether people can trust what is being communicated. Select one specific form of media or address the mass media in general and discuss your stance on the trustworthiness of the media's narrative.
Sociology   bmwprincess   127   Asked 2 months ago
On January 12, 2021, CNN president Jeff Zucker announced that the CNN Airport Network (the service ...
On January 12, 2021, CNN president Jeff Zucker announced that the CNN Airport Network (the service ...
[html]On January 12, 2021, CNN president Jeff Zucker announced that the CNN Airport Network (the service that beamed the cable news channel's content into airport terminals across the United States) was shutting down as of March 31, 2021. This decision was in response to the decline in airline passenger traff
Sociology   Krazil   114   Asked 2 months ago
List and discuss the three main factors that explain the rise of the mass media.
List and discuss the three main factors that explain the rise of the mass media.
List and discuss the three main factors that explain the rise of the mass media.
Sociology   harry32   116   Asked 2 months ago
From a sociological perspective, what are some of the positive and negative aspects of the growing ...
From a sociological perspective, what are some of the positive and negative aspects of the growing ...
From a sociological perspective, what are some of the positive and negative aspects of the growing concentration of media ownership and their vertical and horizontal integration?
Sociology   dove298   141   Asked 2 months ago
COVID-19 and the accompanying restrictions on in-person interactions resulted in a tremendous ...
COVID-19 and the accompanying restrictions on in-person interactions resulted in a tremendous ...
[html]COVID-19 and the accompanying restrictions on in-person interactions resulted in a tremendous increase in the use of digital media, activity which was especially prevalent for social media and messaging apps. Compare and contrast social media and face-to-face interaction. What are the benefits and disad
Sociology   capriciossa   117   Asked 2 months ago
Are mass media audiences active or passive? Incorporate British sociologist Stuart Hall's views ...
Are mass media audiences active or passive? Incorporate British sociologist Stuart Hall's views ...
Are mass media audiences active or passive? Incorporate British sociologist Stuart Hall's views into your response.
Sociology   cjr4808   110   Asked 2 months ago
A 2011 survey conducted for the Canadian Media Research Consortium found that 81 percent of those ...
A 2011 survey conducted for the Canadian Media Research Consortium found that 81 percent of those ...
[html]A 2011 survey conducted for the Canadian Media Research Consortium found that 81 percent of those surveyed would refuse to pay for access if their favourite online news sites erected a pay wall. Rather, they would simply go to sites where they could get their news for free. What impact might this have o
Sociology   RichaDuggi13   128   Asked 2 months ago
With a four-year honours degree and two years of teacher's college to attain a bachelor of ...
With a four-year honours degree and two years of teacher's college to attain a bachelor of ...
[html]With a four-year honours degree and two years of teacher's college to attain a bachelor of education degree, Krystal has finally found a job teaching in an elementary school. In the staff lunchroom she has a conversation with Susan, a fellow Grade 3 teacher. Susan discloses that when she started teachin
Sociology   rosenrot   104   Asked 2 months ago
Symbolic interactionists emphasize three social mechanisms that operate in the education system to ...
Symbolic interactionists emphasize three social mechanisms that operate in the education system to ...
Symbolic interactionists emphasize three social mechanisms that operate in the education system to reproduce inequality and the existing stratification system. List and explain the three factors which explain why schools fail to overcome class differences.
Sociology   jtfortwengler   120   Asked 2 months ago
Some people believe that online learning will provide a viable low-cost alternative to an on-campus ...
Some people believe that online learning will provide a viable low-cost alternative to an on-campus ...
[html]Some people believe that online learning will provide a viable low-cost alternative to an on-campus university education which will then benefit even more individuals in society. Will online education decrease or increase educational inequalities? Explain fully your position, referencing terms, concepts
Sociology   pharmdwannabe   121   Asked 2 months ago
Quite a few sociologists argue that education reproduces the existing stratification system. What do ...
Quite a few sociologists argue that education reproduces the existing stratification system. What do ...
Quite a few sociologists argue that education reproduces the existing stratification system. What do they mean by this?
Sociology   Bluffinmuffin   132   Asked 2 months ago
Give a symbolic interactionist account of education, along with a critique of that account.
Give a symbolic interactionist account of education, along with a critique of that account.
Give a symbolic interactionist account of education, along with a critique of that account.
Sociology   ang359   136   Asked 2 months ago
Give a functionalist account of education, along with a critique of that account.
Give a functionalist account of education, along with a critique of that account.
Give a functionalist account of education, along with a critique of that account.
Sociology   arunasingh5   136   Asked 2 months ago
For many years, colleges have been stigmatized and there has been a stereotypical notion that ...
For many years, colleges have been stigmatized and there has been a stereotypical notion that ...
[html]For many years, colleges have been stigmatized and there has been a stereotypical notion that college students were "inferior"' to university students in intelligence, given that the vocational mandates of colleges had placed them in a subordinate position within the higher education system. According t
Sociology   adriii0825   124   Asked 2 months ago
Discuss the way in which Indigenous peoples in Canada relate to the educational system, as far as ...
Discuss the way in which Indigenous peoples in Canada relate to the educational system, as far as ...
Discuss the way in which Indigenous peoples in Canada relate to the educational system, as far as success and lack of success are concerned.
Sociology   bbergeron11   116   Asked 2 months ago
Discuss the significance of the increase of women in postsecondary education in Canada. What impacts ...
Discuss the significance of the increase of women in postsecondary education in Canada. What impacts ...
Discuss the significance of the increase of women in postsecondary education in Canada. What impacts might this increase have on public and private lives in Canada?
Sociology   whitywhite11   96   Asked 2 months ago
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