A. Compare and contrast structural functionalism, conflict theory and symbolic interactionism. and be backed up by at least one academically credible reference from peer-reviewed journal articles
Select one social institution (religion, education, government, etc).
A.Identify the research method and data collection method used by each article.
B.Identify the subfield of sociology represented each article and describe the empirical findings.
Define your selected social institution comprehensively and describe several statuses, roles, groups that make up the social institution. Use concepts such as minority and majority groups, SES, age, gender, Cite all references used.
D. Explain the complex links between individual experiences and broader institutional forces. Use your sociological imagination to connect everyday life. Explain how the forces attributed to your social institution affect everyday life experiences. Your discussion must include examples of how the social forces of that social theory are reflected in the life experiences of diverse members of society. Be sure to consider whether some groups benefit, some groups do not benefit, and how the perspectives account for this difference.