kindly use the link to answer the ff question

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2.https://sites.middlebury.edu/utopias/files/2013/02…


3.Source: https://www.ted.com/talks/sam_richards_a_radical_e…

Please use the above links to answer the following questions


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1. Did you understand that Horace Miner was describing the “American”—“Nacirema” spelled backwards is American! Why wouldn’t you or others necessarily recognize this?
(10 points out of a total of 60)

2. Using Horace Miner’s approach, write a brief story that uses some other common experience like going to the movies, watching TV, going dancing, a day at work, etc.
(10 points out of a total of 60)

3. Did you notice the “moon-walking bear” in the YouTube video? Why or why not?
(10 points out of a total of 60)

4. According to CW Mills, what is the difference between troubles and issues? Provide two examples that he uses to illustrate your response.
(10 points out of a total of 60)

5. CW Mills suggests that we ask several questions about social life. One of them—paraphrased—is: “What characterizes the men and women that seem to succeed in contemporary American society, and what characterizes the men and women that do not seem to succeed in contemporary American society.” What are your thoughts in response to Mills’ question?
(10 points out of a total of 60)

6. Sam Richards says that thinking sociologically boils down to empathy and uses the example of “an Iraqi Muslim perspective” to illustrate his point. Explain.
(10 points out of a total of 60)

 
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