Section 1. Choose one (1) set of concepts from Part A and one (1) set of concepts
from Part B. Define each concept in the set you choose and provide a relevant example. Discuss how the concepts, in the set, are connected and the possible implications of these connections. Try to limit each answer for each set to 193 words or so. Part A is worth ten (10) marks. Part B is worth ten (10) marks.
Part A (10) marks
(i) value emphasis, norms, sanctions (ii) value emphasis, myths, socialisation
(iii) myth, conformity, folkways (iv) honesty, competition, cheating
Part B (10) marks
(i) statics, dynamic, societal analysis (ii) theological, metaphysical, positivistic
(iii) integration, complexity, progress (iv) first, second and third places
Here’s how to answer Part A and Part B. You may earn up to two (2) marks for each definition and relevant example in each set of three concepts. You may earn up to four (4) marks for your identification and discussion of the most important connections or links among the concepts and the implications of these links among the concepts. (Concepts, in each set, are connected. “No connection” is not an acceptable answer.) Each set of concepts is thus worth ten (10) marks. Think! Think!! Think!!!
Section 2. Choose one (l) of the following questions for ten (10) marks. (500 words)
(1) Explain the benefits and liabilities of a sociological perspective, as argued by C Wright Mills. (4 marks) Briefly, explain the notion of “power elite” offered
by Mills. (2 marks) Do you believe Mills applied his notion of a sociological
perspective to analyse the power elite in the USA. Please explain how and
why or why not. Use examples.
(2) One core assertion John Porter makes, in the Vertical Mosaic (1965), is that Canadians believe they live in a classless society. Do you agree or disagree with this claim: why or why not? (2 marks) Do recent data support the general premise, of the Vertical Mosaic, when considering education and ethnicity: why or why not? (2 marks) Do you believe the inevitable social class system benefits the upper class and penalizes the working and lower classes in Canada; explain why or why not using one example.
(3) Is cow worship helpful or harmful to Indian society? (3 marks) How did the
cow become sacred in India? (2 marks) Briefly explain why do some West-
erners view the sacred cow as destructive to Indian society? Do you agree or
disagree with this view? Why or why not?
(4) Horace Miner wrote “Body Ritual Among the Nacirema” to help the reader
step back from his or her own society. What does Miner mean by step backfrom your own society? (5 marks) Why does Miner argue it’s important to
step back? (2 marks) What three conclusions can you draw, regarding under-
standing society, social relations and social life, in general, from Miner? (3
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