Women in the red cross were heplful in recruiting men who had not joined the war. Volunteering boght women out of the house and into the public. Particulary in Europe or North America, women emerged as a signifigant group in society.b Women gaine the right to vote, which was the begining of he breakdown from women's subordinate role in a patriaatrical society, to a more equal role. Women Also took non traditional jobs during the war. Prior to the war it was unusual for a woman to enroll in advanced courses, due to their distinctive role in the household.
MIDTERM EXAM 1) What is meant by the concept of multinucleated metropolitan regions and how is it different from urban development of the past? Explain the sociospatial approach to urban Sociology and the links with global capitalism, the real estate industry, government policies, pull factors, the social organization of settlement space and the importance of culture. Compare and contrast the views of Tonnies, Durkheim, Simmel, Wirth, Park, and Burgess on urban Sociology. Which theory do you think best explains views cities Sociologically and why? 2)The new urban Sociology has developed from an earlier theoretical work known as political economy.
Sugar and slave labor C. Carolina: A West Indian Frontier 1. Settlers from Barbados arrive in Carolina 2. Slave labor D. Slave Labor
Did the creator of the universe create the heavens, seas, humans, and the sun in six days? When I was younger, these stories weren’t just stories but factual history to me. But I went through a phase of total disbelief and rejection of anything that is Catholic. One time, my mom urged me to go with her to a Catholic seminar where this special group of Catholic nuns and priest only visit San Jose once in a while. It wasn’t mass but I vaguely remember it was more of a long, intense session of prayer.
There were many consequences to the printing press; including the spread of the protestant reformation and the growth of more accurate maps. However, the most important of them would be the creation of affordable books. When the printing press spread through Europe, Martin Luther heard about it, and when he did he got ahold of one of them and printed the 95 theses which was a document used to place on the church and argued and exposed the flaw of the catholic church(doc 3). After this happened, many people stopped going to catholic churches(doc 5). Every country in Europe was mainly catholic, but in the 1560’s, half of the countries were either mainly protestant or mixed catholic and protestant(doc 5) which was a rapid change.
Women Who Made a Difference January 9, 2012 World War II came after the women’s right to vote, which was a major accomplishment for women. But when the war started in 1941, the women in the military were nurses. WWII opened up opportunities for women that had never been available before. As the men were called up for duty, the women was left behind to care for families (Beasley, 2002), which meant they had to work and provide for their family. Most jobs were deemed a “man jobs”, but employers had to hire women to replace the men who went to serve.
In Allan G. Johnson’s, the forest and the trees, he uses this metaphor to describe how and individual makes up society. With that being said, the individual’s thoughts, ideas, and behavior all amounting to who he/she is as a person can be termed as individualism. In the passage, the author conveys the message of how individualism contributes to sociological imagination, how this affects society’s outlook on different things and also reflects on the many things that come along with sociological imagination such as diversity, and different perspectives. This is based just on how people think and how they make sense of what they think just as everyday social
I felt like they all tried to intimidate us about junior high school. Always reminding us that we are “up a creak without a paddle” trying to make us work harder. I also didn’t enjoy class because of the environment; our freedom was restricted due to the bubble of protection around us. Thinking about it now I feel as though the staff was over bearing trying to mature us to quickly. Overall middle school was the worst two years of my life.
Writing and I had this crazy type of relationship I loved to write but once it was a due date I wanted to procrastinate and never wanted to get it done on time but the problem was writers block. During my high school years it was a confusing time because I did not use the right grammar at the right time and my English teacher was a pain. She was a mean lady name Ms. Johnson who was hard on me because I had so much potential and I did not show it as often as I should of. Me not working hard enough as I should of I did not learn the proper tools in writing. 10th grade I had left my old to school to transfer to a new school and I had another teacher name Ms. Carroll who made my year a living hell.