You will benefit most from attending the graded Seminar as an active participant. However, if you are unable to attend you have the opportunity to make up the points by completing the alternative assignment.First, review the Unit 5 Seminar archive. Use the Seminar Guide in Kaplan Academic Tools to find out how to access Seminar archives. Then, respond to these Discussion topics in a Word Document of about 250300 words. Your paper should be in APA format and you should cite all references used. Submit the Word document in the Unit 5 Seminar Dropbox.What roles do primary and secondary groups play in the socialization process over the life course?What are the dynamics of belonging to in-groups and out-groups?Dyads and triads: When is three a crowd?What is the connection between the McDonaldization of society and your own career field?-Labeling theory suggests that we become what society continually says that we are. In the case of deviance and crime, that could mean that some people are destined to continue acting in ways that are against society, almost against their will, because of the labels they are given. This Discussion challenges you to think about the life-changing consequences of labeling and to propose ideas for how one might escape the label over time.Post a referenced, complete response to the Discussion topic after you have completed your reading. Also, respond to at least two peers by drawing a conclusion, asking a question, or offering additional resources on the topic.Escaping LabelingAfter conducting research on a few government or organizational websites, develop a short scenario in which a person who is convicted of a specific crime encounters limited opportunities regarding employment and business opportunities, government benefits, and even social acceptance of that conviction. End your response by offering solutions to the barriers that the label has presented for the offender. Be sure to include the website or other references that you used to develop this scenario. Here are two search terms to help you with your research: consequences of criminal conviction.gov; collateral consequences of conviction.orgYour initial post should be at least 150-words in length. Your two follow-up posts should be at least 75-words in length each.Assignment 2: Theories of Deviance: Interview Analysis Not everyone agrees about why some people break rules while others follow them. Now that you have learned some of the main theories of deviance, you are ready to put your sociological perspective in gear and find out what other peoples views are on this topic.The Unit 6 Assignment has two parts. Part 1 is to conduct two brief interviews. Part 2 is to apply the theory of deviance that you think best describes each respondents views on why deviance occurs and how it could be prevented.Part 1:Interview two people to learn what they think are the main causes of deviance (not just crime, but all rule breaking) in the U.S. society today. Also, ask respondents for their ideas about the remedy for deviance.These two questions might be helpful to structure your interview. Remember, this is a brief interview, not an in-depth investigation into your respondents views.What are some of the reasons that you think are behind deviance in todays society?HINT:Be prepared to explain the difference between deviance and crime, but be sure to tell the respondent that you are interested in all rule-breaking, not just criminal acts.What do you think are some effective ways to prevent people from breaking societys rules?HINT:Encourage the respondent to think about juvenile and adult deviance as they answer this question.Part 2: In a 23 page paper, summarize and interpret each of your respondents answers. Use one theory of deviance to help explain each respondents answers. For instance, respondent one might have said that kids who hang out with bad kids are bound to turn bad. You might choose differential association theory to help explain this respondents answers.No outside resources are required for this Assignment, but to earn full credit you must use in-text citations (in APA format) to the course materials to substantiate the definitions of the theories that you use to explain your respondents answers.Be sure that your paper is written in essay form and that it includes these elements:An introduction that explains the purpose of the interviews, describes who was interviewed (estimated age, relationship to you) and under what conditions (i.e., at work, at home, in public place such as the grocery store, while watching your childs soccer game).A detailed summary of each interview with generous quotes from the respondent. DO NOT just include the script of the questions asked and responses given.Two separate paragraphs that apply a theory of deviance to explain each respondents ideas about the causes of deviance and how it can be prevented. You may find that the same theory explains both respondents views, but you will still need to apply the theory to the detailed responses of each respondent in a separate paragraph.A conclusion that summarizes what you learned from the interview process and briefly explains how your views about rule-breaking and its prevention align with those of your respondents.You must download and follow the Professional Interview Protocol document. That Protocol requires that you schedule each interview for a specific date and time, that you record and submit your interview notes, and that you do not interview relatives or friends for this Assignment.Submit your completed Assignment to the Unit 6 Assignment 2 Dropbox by the end of the unit.-You will benefit most from attending the graded Seminar as an active participant. However, if you are unable to attend you have the opportunity to make up the points by completing the alternative assignment.First, review the Unit 6 Seminar archive. Use the Seminar Guide in Kaplan Academic Tools to find out how to access Seminar archives. Then, respond to these Discussion topics in a Word Document of about 250300 words. Your paper should be in APA format and you should cite all references used. Submit the Word document in the Unit 6 Seminar Dropbox.How does deviance vary according to cultural norms?What are some ways that responding to deviance can unite people?How can deviance promote social change?How can cultural relativism help us understand why deviance is defined differently in different times in history?
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