Written October 2, 2015 The question asks “Which sociological perspective is concerned that schools often indoctrinate students in the U.S. in Western bureaucratic ideology?” Answer A (functionalism) refers to the views of a functionalist perspective, which argues about the intended and unintended consequences & goals of education (Topic 8: Education, slide 4, 9/22/2015). Answer B [...]
This was my first assignment in my 2015 Perspectives in Sociology course where I analyzed an article about education.
This was my first assignment in my 2015 Perspectives in Sociology course where I analyzed an article about homosexuality.
A look into how Nathaniel Hawthorne portrayed the abuse of women through his story "The Birth-Mark."
This post details what I learned as an English major and explains how a degree in the humanities is not useless.
This is a 15 page capstone essay that summarizes my time as an English major and was the determining project of whether I received my degree.
A final project term paper that wrapped up my entire semester of class.
This was a research paper on Hamlet, where I was asked to write 8-10 pages on the play using an ecocritical and/or ecofeminist lens.
Classmate Review Note: Bold is what my classmate underlined, italic is what my classmate added or noted. Global sustainability issues take on various forms and the lack of sustainable living has begun to affect our planet. The development of climate change has been a slow process to get where it is today and contrasting reactions [...]
Written March 24, 2020 Annotated Bibliography Petersen, Brian, et al. “Reconceptualizing Climate Change Denial: Ideological Denialism Misdiagnoses Climate Change and Limits Effective Action.” Human Ecology Review, vol. 25, no. 2, 1 July 2019, pp. 117–141., doi:10.22459/her.25.02.2019.08. Defines what climate change denial actually is using the Marx theory of ideology and argues how this denial is due [...]