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WEEKLY PLANNING GUIDE

SECONDARY

 

 

Week of 4/7-4/11

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Period 1

Crime Surveys

Sec. 2 Crime

 

Chapter 8 Review

Test Ch. 8

Period 2

Quiz sec. 2

With notes

Worksheet

Group sections 3-5

 

Review section 3

Period 3

Sec. 2

Electoral

College

Lab; Policy Issue

 

Policy Group Work

Sec. 3

Cabinet

Period 4

Sec. 2

Electoral

College

Lab; Policy Issue

Policy Group Work

 

Sec. 3 Cabinet

Period 5

Prep

Prep

Prep

Prep

prep

Period 6

Crime Surveys

Sec. 2 Crime

Chapter 8 Review

 

Test Ch. 8

Period 7

Crime Surveys

Sec. 2 Crime

 

Chapter 8 Review

Test Ch. 8

Sociology Deviance Project

Chapter 8 Deviance Project: Breaking a Folkway

 

  1. The purpose of the project is to show us how pervasive social norms are in our lives and how unconsciously and willingly we obey them; to give the student researcher a better understanding of the steps a researcher must go through as well as the problems; to give insight into the sociological concept of deviance and the labeling process.

 

  1. Academic Preparation : Read and take notes on information from the textbook. 

 

 

  1. This assignment asks you to violate the norm individually or with a partner and write a report that explains the experience.  The objective of the research is to determine the extent to which norms influence behavior.  Thus, you will want to play particular attention to the research of both yourself and others who are part of the situation.

 

Before you begin this assignment, be certain you study the following guidelines.

  1. Select a norm common in our society.  Be sure it is a folkway and not a more.   
  2. BEFORE you enter the field to do your research, be certain you have filled out parts 1-2 of the write-up (see the following).  This will help to ensure that you have a firm grasp of your hypothesis in advance.
  3. Break the norm in a social setting, OBSERVE the reactions of others and yourself, and RECORD as quickly as possible those reactions.
    1. Vary the conditions (e.g., place, time, audience).
    2. Violate the norm in a social setting.  It does not count of you wear your clothes backwards in your closet!
    3. Reactions.  Pay attention to both verbal and nonverbal reactions.
  4. DO NOT:
    1. Break any laws or cause anyone else to break the law.
    2. Cause any harm to yourself or anyone else.
    3. Do anything that is legally or morally questionable, or that could bring negative sanctions against yourself or the school district.

 


 

IV.       The following format is to be followed as you write up this exercise.  Please note that this is a skeletal outline and is intended to help you decide what information to include in your report.  Be sure to cover all of these points, but don’t feel that you are limited to them.  Elaborate and be creative where you can.  Incorporate as much as you can from your learning about sociology in everyday settings.

 

V.        The written Portion should be 2-3 pages in length, typewritten, 12-point font and double-spaced.  Good grammar and sentence structure are expected.  You should include a cover page and any research material that would be important to know. 

Remember you 3 options for evaluation 1) Powerpoint 2) Video with description 3) Written Report

 

 The format to use:

 

  1. Statement of the problem
    1. Define the norm you will violate.
    2. Describe briefly how this norm acts as a mechanism of social control.
    3. Describe what you will do to violate the norm.

 

  1. Hypothesis
    1. Describe the range of possible reactions others will have to the violation of this norm.
    2. What do you predict the major reaction will be?

 

  1. Describe the setting
    1. Physical – where is the norm violation-taking place?
    2. Social – how many and what types of persons are observing?

 

  1. Describe the incident – tell what happened.

 

  1. Summary and interpretation
    1. How did you feel, as you were violation the norm?
    2. Why did you feel the way you did?
    3. Did people react the way you expected?  Explain.
    4. Did you encounter any difficulties in carrying out your assignment?
    5. What if anything, did you learn about how norms exercise social control?
    6. Any other pertinent information.

 

 

 

The assignment is due on Friday November 11th

 

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