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Sociology Case Study

Application of Systems Theory on the Assessment Process
At the first part of this paper, we introduced the genogram of TM and NM.  By definition, a “genogram” is a pictorial vision of a family through three or more generations. Genograms are tools that capture the family history, highlighting the relationships, births, loses, connections, patterns, roles, occupations, alignments.
Pages: 19 (4750 words), Case Study
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Gender Discrimination in the Workplace
An examination of gender discrimination must be approached with an understanding of how it differs from sexism.   The primary difference being that gender discrimination is an act of prejudice, as opposed to sexism being the attitude or language of prejudice that fosters it. It is important that gender discrimination is examined separately from sexism.
Pages: 60 (15000 words), Case Study
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Fashion in Todays Society - Sub-Group Attitudes to Fashion
One aspect where changing attitudes to fashion may be observed is in the attitude towards body piercings that has shown a change over the years. Stirn examines the notion of body piercings and its popularity over the world in the fashion arena. 7 to 20 million people in the US are now into tattooing, largely motivated by fashion statements.  
Pages: 22 (5500 words), Case Study
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Fiedler's Contingency Theory of Leadership

The second major factor in Fiedler's theory is known as situational favorableness or environmental variable. This basically is defined as the degree a situation enables a leader to exert influence over a group. Fiedler explains that task structure is the second most important factor in determining structural favorableness.

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Can Communtarism Adequately Recognise, Support, and Promote Moral and Cultural Diversity
When one examines the realistic geographical limit of this new communitarian movement, one finds it limited in the context of current western society. So, it is very important to keep that limitation in mind. Elsewhere and in the western countries, there has also been a rise in religious fundamentalism. 
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Transnational Organised Crime, Smuggling, And Illicit Trade
The focus of the project is to examine organized crime and global security and the impact that these issues have on the UK and other Western European nations. With increased perceptions of threats from organized crime, the concept of security has been extended to beyond protecting just a building to tracing the roots sources of the criminals in foreign countries.
Pages: 13 (3250 words), Case Study
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The Root Causes Of The Outbreaks Of Racial Unrest In The UK
Ruth Brown claims that such immigration was inevitable with the abolition of slavery, when forced labour en masse in the service of capitalism was no longer available. Between the year 1500 and 1800 30 million black people (slaves) were transported by Britain. ‘Capitalism has made immigration both possible and also necessary.
Pages: 18 (4500 words), Case Study
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The Role Of The Internet And Media In The Plans Of Terrorists
Media, as a whole, have different and significant roles in society. It is very obvious and factual that media have been all along with the society, surrounding every bit of the daily lives of people. Every day, people read books, newspapers, and magazines, listen to the radio, watch television, and now, browse the internet.
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Case Study
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Impact Of Culture On Perception Of Autism
Issues involved with Autism are not only restricted to the medical treatment and making those suffering from the condition self-sufficient to look after their needs. The issues also involve social rehabilitation and integration of the autistic people into the society and their acceptance by the community as a useful member.
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Case Study
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Hospitality And Important Sports Events In Germany
The then ruler, Adolf Hitler wanted to use the 1936 Berlin Olympics to camouflage his dictatorship from the rest of the world. It is widely believed that the summer Olympics provided the much-needed impetus to Hitler to advance his anti-Semitic agenda. He had presented Germany as a country which was established on violating the basic and fundamental human rights.
Pages: 14 (3500 words), Case Study
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Gang Violence In School System
The survey asked, “during the last year, have there been any gang shootings nearby the geographical location of your school?” (Knox, 2008).1 percent of the respondents indicated “yes”, that there had in fact been a gang shooting near their school in the last year. A fourth of Americans schools report a gang shooting near their school in the last year.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Case Study
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The Impacts Of Globalization On Various Aspects Of Human Life
The students also use different languages while interacting with each other. In the classroom, the students seat themselves in similar groups, with friends from same ethnicities or regions clubbing together. However, the classrooms discussions are almost always carried forward heatedly as people from different backgrounds tend to debate.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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The Culture Of Conversation Features
In his book, Michael Agar takes the readers on a humorous yet extremely educative ride on to the uncharted fields of human linguistics patterns and its relation to ethnical diversity all over the world. Using personal experiences as extrapolating sources, Agar gives a prime for the people non-familiar with the various topics of socio-cultural linguistics.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Critical Factors Of Child Development
The sense of self is an individual relative awareness of their own individual personhood, internally as well as externally. In the course of normal development, children gain over time increasing awareness of self, the world, and interpersonal relationships. At any given age some children have a more differentiated sense of self than do others.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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The Concept Of Employment Equality
Men and women also have other identities. The Employment Equality Acts 1998–2008 of Ireland, as amended by the Equality Act 2004, prohibits discrimination at work especially in matters pertaining to dismissal, disposing of public goods, equal pay, harassment, recruitment and promotion, training or experience, and working conditions.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Case Study
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Characteristics And Forms Of Victimisation
Victimization has two main forms: in its first aspect, victimization is related to the offenses that aim to cause physical damage to a particular person; this is the direct victimization. There is also the indirect victimization – more expanded compared to the direct victimization. Indirect victimization the person himself suffers damage.
Pages: 15 (3750 words), Case Study
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Herzberg Two-Factor Theory

In accordance with the issues developed above, the increase of motivation in the firm under examination would have to be based on certain criteria; the theories developed above would help Belcher to decide on the criteria set for the increase of employee motivation but any suggested strategy should be carefully examined – as of its effectiveness in the long term.

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Philosophical,sociological,psychological
This concentration and identification of “Europeanness” had never before existed prior to the advent of the European Union (Antoniades 2008, p. This idea which has been reinforced and assimilated into the collective countries that comprise the Euro zone has been the very foundation of what the sociological impacts of the European economic crisis portend to the affected societies. Similarly, the way in which the respective member-states and their societies engaged with this idea over the
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Bio Psycho Social
During 1975 he also had also undertaken psychiatric evaluation assignments with the State Courts of Maryland and Virginia. During his private practice he has had a lot of wealthy client who have given him large sums of money for consultancy services.Behaves normally but can have spells of violent behavior if provoked. Usually provocation occurs when he confronts certain types of people he despises on grounds of a belief that they are uncouth, triggering in him the memory of the ‘deserters’
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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Mediation of a Conflict Situation
Disputes among students from the University of Central Florida (University of Central Florida, 2012); (3) to resolve a conflict between a person who hired a painter to do a job (What is Mediation?, 2010); and (4) solve the problem between a landlord, Walter and a tenant, Marcy (Tenant Landlord Mediation, 2011). The uses of mediation are therefore diverse and could be seen to be applicable in scenarios where different kinds of people interact: in a school setting, in the work setting, in
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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