Question 1: Criminality and Labeling
(1) Answer the four (4) following questions in 450 words each using the material from the course only (lectures, readings, videos). Do cite those properly.
1. What are the three factors identified in the relevant lecture that lead to an individual being “labeled” as criminal/deviant? Give an example of a situation in which negative labeling occurred after one act only. Why? 450 words
2. In the material shared in class, what does Noam Chomsky mean by “indoctrination” and why is it occurring? What are the alternatives forms of education that he is defending? 450 words.
3. Based on the lecture material, why are people attracted to each other? Present the main theories of attraction seen in class. 450 words.
4. How is the institution of marriage changing? Use insight from Hull, Meier and Ortyl (2010) (225 words) AND Kefalas et al. (2011) (225 words) readings. 450 words.
Important: when citing readings, use the appropriate academic citation procedures.
(2) Complete the academic integrity checklist (at the end of this document) and attach it to your paper.
Your exam is expected to contain accurate, relevant, original content and be well written. You will be graded on the relevance and quality of your answer within the context of the course topic. The answers should be 450-word long with 1 inch margin on top, bottom, left and right, 12pt font size,
Times New Roman font, 1.5 spacing (I accept a tolerance of + or – 10% in the length of the answer). Longer/shorter exam answers will be penalized. The actual exam questions will not count towards the length of your answer.
Indent first line of each paragraph. Do not skip any lines between paragraphs and do not add any extra spacing between paragraphs. You should include your name on the first line of the exam answer, and no title for your exam answer (don’t skip lines between name and title). You may skip one line before
the first paragraph of the exam answer. Deceptive formatting tricks, such as but not limited to 14pt font for periods, will result in 0 points in the formatting row of the grade rubric.
Citation Style: Different academic disciplines prefer different citation styles. For the social sciences, APA should be used. You should use it correctly and consistently (e.g., no mixing styles). When you use class readings, you must have a bibliography which must be formatted correctly in APA style, and
does not count toward the length requirements. There is no explicit maximum number of references required. You may use as many sources from the lecture as you wish.