Category Archives: Sociology

I want the perosn to talk about the post modernism of djing and how djs play mus

I want the perosn to talk about the post modernism of djing and how djs play music :
Being able to read the crowd ids one of the most important skills a Dj can have at an event.
Pay attention to dance floor and the people occupying the space. How is the crowd reacting to the music you’re playing ? Do you notice the increase and decrease of energy with every song you play? These are questions that a Dj should ask themselves in order to keep the energy in a crowd. You can either decide to switch the track or switch genre entirely to receive a different reaction from the crowd.
Analyze these sources :
https://www.digitaldjtips.com/2021/06/how-pro-djs-know-where-to-transition-plus-a-big-cheat/

How Do DJs Know What Song to Play Next?

Hello! I have to write a literature review for my Sociology class titled Housing

Hello! I have to write a literature review for my Sociology class titled Housing Affordability. I am looking to explore the implications of respectability politics in legal outcomes in housing court, and how that my encompass racialized or classist iterations of injustice. I am hoping to write the paper using an abolitionist framework to analyzeracial and socioeconomic intersections of power and how they are manifested in housing court and through evictions. I have a rough draft of the introduction written to guide you in the right direction, and the sources that need to be used are provided in the syllabus. This is a literature review, and there must be explicit reference to every single source that is on the course syllabus, as well as the additional sources I will provide. Below is my working introduction:
The way one might speak with their friends over a picnic does not mirror the dynamics that take place in a classroom or in the workplace. Human interaction is brimming with norms that we often thoughtlessly default to, and these paradigms carry implications that should not be lost on us– truths about power and privilege, histories of oppression, and iterations of cyclical inequities. Exploring the expectations for communication in housing court is essential to our understanding of the legal outcomes in these trials. Everything from courtroom decorum, speaking order, legal jargon, and the attire one wears to court matters for our conception of what a trial looks like, and these patterns serve as remnants to elitist and racist practices that continue to reproduce inequitable realities via respectability politics. An abolitionist approach to housing justice is contingent upon the postulation of housing as a right, as opposed to a privilege or commodity. Ultimately, an intersectional framework that accounts for notions of race and class is imperative to answering the question that guides this research: In what ways do respectability politics in housing court challenge or contribute to an abolitionist reimagining of housing justice?
These are some sources I plan to use, in addition to the ones necessitated by the syllabus, which is attached along with the instructions:
Mary Pattillo. (2013) Housing: Commodity versus Right. Annual Review of Sociology, 39(1): 509-531.
Matthew Desmond and Monica Bell. 2015. Housing, Poverty, and the Law. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 11(1): 15-35.
Sophie House & Krystle Okafor, Under One Roof: Building an Abolitionist Approach to Housing Justice, N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol’y Quorum (2020)
Cohen, C. (2004). DEVIANCE AS RESISTANCE: A New Research Agenda for the Study of Black Politics. Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, 1(1), 27-45. doi:10.1017/S1742058X04040044

Exposed how Cubans have suffered from Racism while leaving in their country and

Exposed how Cubans have suffered from Racism while leaving in their country and how it has been until now when many of them have emigrated to the US
-When does racis start in Cuba?
-Who was the president?
-What pushed them to emigrate?
-How were their leaving conditions?
-Which opportunities or support did they have when the racism started and how it is now?
-How Cuban music was also influenced by the racism they were all suffering?
Sources: Cuba: What everyone needs to know, oxford University Press, 3d Edition
https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/cuban-migration-postrevolution-exodus-ebbs-and-flows

Read “Part IX – 4: “Interrupting the Cycle of Oppression” by Andrea Ayvazian (pg

Read “Part IX – 4: “Interrupting the Cycle of Oppression” by Andrea Ayvazian (pg. 707) and Part IX -5: “The Pitfalls of Ally Performance: Why Coalition Work Is More Effective Than Ally Theater” (pg. 713)
From Part IX, read, “Interrupting the Cycle of Oppression: The Role of Allies as Agents of Change” by Andrea Ayvazian and “The Pitfalls of Ally Performance: Why Coalition Work Is More Effective Than Ally Theater” by Anderson and Accomando. What is an ally? Does Ayvazian’s use of the term provide an adequate model for people in dominant positions in the culture or people with relative power to enact social change? Why or why not? What do Anderson and Accomando say about coalition work? Write an essay in which you compare Ayvazian’s and Anderson and Accomando’s articles and their use of the term “ally.” Where do you see their arguments as overlapping? How are they different? How can you apply these concepts to your own life and position in relationship to social movements? Make sure you provide some concrete examples in your paper.

Identify a minimum of 6 articles, which may include peer reviewed articles, news

Identify a minimum of 6 articles, which may include peer reviewed articles, newspaper and magazine articles.
Articles should be current within 3 to 5 years.
Layout of paper: title page, table of contents, body of the paper; and reference page
NOT included in the page count are the: title page, table of contents and reference page
Page count: 5 to 7 numbered double-space pages.
Please do not click the return key twice between paragraphs (doing so will result in point penalties), indent instead
The font: 12 points, Times New Roman or Arial
Writing style: APA
Remember to include sub-headings. This is not an essay. Please review the videos for further understanding.
Also remember to cite reference sources in the body of the paper (parenthetical citations), as well as on the references/bibliography page at the end of the paper, and do not use Wikipedia for anything.
Include all articles reviewed on the reference page, even if you decide not to use them.

Take a stand. Which side are you on? In this two-page (at least 550 words) pap

Take a stand. Which side are you on? In this two-page (at least 550 words) paper select either the pluralist or the power elite model of political power and argue in support of the perspective you choose.
In other words, discuss why you think that the model you choose is the most accurate depiction of who holds power in the United States and list the reasons why you think this. Include in your paper a discussion of two articles that support your point of view.
*Please see attached grading rubric and doc file of textbook information.
Please use/ include:
-In-text citations APA 7th ed.
-Reference & title page APA 7th ed.
-Use included textbook as 1 source and use 1 additional source (total of 2)
-Times New Roman, 12 pt. front, double spaced.
– file as docx or Microsoft doc.
Textbook information has been included, please use the information provided, in the essay, and please mark the use or citation of this information as in-text citation: (Brinkerhoff et al., 2014) and reference page citation: Brinkerhoff, D. B., Weitz, R., & Ortega, S. T. (2014). The Study of Sociology. In Essentials of sociology. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning.

Note: These are only guidelines, questions/issues to think through while writing

Note: These are only guidelines, questions/issues to think through while writing your paper. Not to be reproduced word for word – reproducing this document word for word might in fact lower your grade. To get the full grade, you have to show that you are thinking through the requirements of the paper.
This paper needs a cover page, in text citations, and a Reference page. PLEASE INCLUDE PLAGIARISM REPORT
The paper isn’t difficult at all, I basically provided the template/ guidelines, just expand on them.
6 sources meaning in- text, a chapter counts as a source. Please put all the PDF’S in the reference page
Practicum Paper—25 Points:
Students are expected to write a 10-page paper that focuses on providing a critique of service to the practicum placement and experience. The objective here is to provide critical analyses of micro- and macro-level processes and the impact of social structures and power relationships (i.e. political, economic, social, legal) in communities associated with the practicum experience. The paper will have five sections:
A. Background Information (3 pages)
Brief description (including type of organization, i.e. public or private, nonprofit, etc.) – I interned at the Binghamton University Sports operations & facilities
Mission- https://bubearcats.com/ go to inside athletics & see mission statement
Goals and objectives- Expand on mission statement
Values- Expand on mission statement
Funding- Search up Binghamton University’s athletic funding. Talk about the events center & the new baseball stadium built by a donation of 60 million, etc.
History- Speak on how Binghamton transitioned from Division 3 athletics to Division 1
Where to find information?: Online, Organization’s website, Ask Supervisor
Funding:
Private donors, Voluntary contributions, user-funded, grants, state/federal? How much?
What is the budget of the organization?
Has the funding level changed/affected by the pandemic?
B. Overview of Organizational Structure (2 pages)
Roles, Responsibilities, and Tasks
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Who does what? E.g. Director, Supervisor, You!
buberacats.com , under staff directory, scroll down too FACILITIES/ OPERATIONS/ EVENT MANAGEMENT
Ze Zeon- AssociateDirectorofAthletics,OperationsandFacilities/DivisionalDiversity Officer for Athletics
Matt Lane- Manager of Facilities and Event Operations
Shane Moree- Coordinator of Facilities and Operations
Mike Gilroy – Assistant Coordinator for Facilities and Operations
Me- Facilities and Operations Intern – I basically Gained experience in managing facilities by setting up athletic fields/courts. Ensured safety of athletes and fans by ushering events
A key focus of this component (sections C and D) of the assignment involves a critical analysis of how the organization addresses and manages issues of equity, social justice, and empowerment both for its employees and the populations served by the organization.
C. Organizational Politics (2 ½ Pages) ( Use the readings in the PDF attached, include intext citations & compare them to my internship)
What is the politics of race, gender, class, sexuality at the internship site?
I work with a diverse group. I am African American, I work with white men, has helped me understand different backgrounds and build connections. Expand on that
How does your internship site deal with the legacy of racism (e.g. segregation and its generational impact)? What are specific policies that they pursue to redress that, and how do these policies work or not work on a day to day level?
Since I work the basketball games at Binghamton, & I’m on the team when not interning we can speak on the experiences of the conference. The America East conference has a mission statement “ Spread respect.” Speak about this and connect it to Camp and Heatherton chapter 3 and 4 pdf – in text citations
What are some institutional constraints, such as funding, composition of its board or staff, or broader societal constraints (e.g. problem of geography and inaccessibility). What does it do to overcome those constraints? – Binghamton University is in an impoverished area. The city of Binghamton needs the university to thrive. Talk about this and compare it to the Baldwin_When Universities Swallow Cities pdf attached. In text citations
How do they relate to other institutions such as the police? Compare the relationship to policing of some of the social justice organizations/advocates (e.g. Communities for Police Reform) to how your own organization. For example, some organizations want the police to be defunded because they see the police as oppressive. Some of you have thought about the role of SROs at schools.
– Since I play basketball at Binghamton we can speak about the NCAA. The NCAA over-polices the student athletes in terms of substances. Marijuana is a banned substance, but it could be used for so many purposes. Expand on that & connect it to Camp and Heatherton chapter 5 and 6
D. Organizational Culture (2 ½ Pages)
What are the norms of the organization (race, class, gender, etc.)? What are the unwritten rules? What form of leadership exists (caring, engaged, democratic, etc.)? What are the values of the staff – do they reflect the values of the organization/mission statement?
Unwritten rules speak on professionalism. Every intern has to be dressed appropriately, Khaki’s and yellow jacket. My supervisors are very caring, practical, and about their business. Expand on these traits and how they would help an intern. USE SWEITZER & KING PDF TO CONNECT.
What do you think the organization could do more?
I work under three men, explaining how it would be necessary for me to work with more women. – Use “ Butler’s, Undoing gender” to connect
These readings may help as well
See Matsuda reading for example of organizational culture
See Butler on gender norms
See Baldwin on norms/culture of UniverSities
E. References (1 Page)
For sections C and D, you will explore organizational politics and culture. For these sections, you should incorporate a discussion of core concepts from at least three assigned supplemental course readings. Each section should incorporate three separate readings.
For Camp and Heatherton: Each chapter counts as one reading, therefore cite name of author accordingly (e.g. Kelley, Kamat, Cullors, etc.)

Instructions for the research report paper: the topic is Domestic Violence Agai

Instructions for the research report paper: the topic is Domestic Violence Against Women In the United States. Then try to explain, using criminological theories ( The Battered Woman Syndrome theory), why the crime is relevant for the particular country (context), why it has occurred in the first place (causal factors), and why it has increased or decreased over the years (change and statistics). Then, in the discussion, recommend solutions and ways in which a crime problem can be minimized or prevented. I attached one article for this assignment. You can choose journal articles, books, and reports related to this assignment and topic.
The above requires a full-fledged review of literature incorporating information from journal articles, books, and reports. You may use 1-2 news articles. Please remember this research report involves hard work in searching for relevant information to answer the above. APA reference format (APA style).
Each report should be neat and professional in appearance. It should be well-written and easy to follow, i.e., clearly written in simple English. It should follow the components listed in the following section. It must be 2,500 words excluding 10 required references, 1.5 line-space, Times New Roman, 12-point font size, and 1-inch top-bottom, left-right margins.
I attached the basic element guidelines of the report and one article for this assignment.