3. Microbiologists employee a number of approached to acquiring a pure culture from a from sample containing a number of different types of bacteria. Briefly describe three different procedures commonly used to secure pure cultures from a mixed culture. The use of simple labeled diagrams may be quite helpful.
1. Some people accuse sociologists of observing conditions that are obvious. How does looking at sociology as “making the familiar strange” help counter this claim? How does sociology differ from simple commonsense reasoning?
* Respond- City ordinance enacted, required to fix problems, light parking lot, train clerks, limit cash, make store visible, 2 clerks on scene, video camera in full view, timed and secured safe. Tried to make robbing a convenient store as difficult as possible
The Rapid Response Team (RRT) saves lives and decreases the risk for harm by providing care to clients before a respiratory or cardiac arrest occurs. Although the RRT does not replace the Code Team, which responds to client arrests, it intervenes rapidly
Morality is based off the individual and underlining factors. One book cannot determine how one should live, believes secular humanist. Right and wrong is based on the opinion of the individual, the environment, and circumstance. The Bible gives us the Ten Commandments to help on stay on a straight path. I agree that environment and circumstances have an influence on behavior but not on whether the behavior is right or wrong. (71)
In the essay “Social Time: The Heartbeat of Culture” written by Robert Levine With Ellen Wolf, the article illustrates the differences of time in different countries. Also, the article talks somehow countries and culture differ in many ways. First of all, the writer showed how some people from Brazil and some countries tend to deal with time and how they prefer to spend their time as they want. Furthermore, the writer mentioned something which I really liked he said, “How a country places its social life is a mystery to most outsiders, one that we’re just beginning to unravel” those words made me thinking about what makes those differences on cultures and how people became the way they are today. Another example that the writer mentioned
Social Institutions, policies and practices regulate the body through normative gender and sexual scripts. An institution is the process of a social organized behavior around a particular purpose. In other words it is a group that has a common goal in mind. A social institution is a major way that human beings organize their life. As stated in Chapter three “Learning Gender” (141-142) one way of choosing people for different tasks for a job or society are basis of their talents, motivations, and there competence. Another way a social institution plays a role in regulating the body through sexual scripts in the realm of doctors. They as unit figure out what sexual performances and actions are considered harmless and or unsafe in society. We
The world is always changing which forces people to modify their ways of life. Some people label changes in society, politics, economics,
Society is a structured hierarchical system of classes. The higher class you hold, the higher power often associated to you. With this construction of society one-group claims dominance over another doing so with “power over” (Bishop, 2015). Power over others can be visible through physical strength, wealth, resources, and access to opportunities, etc. These dominate groups not only spread ideas, but often are in charge of the creation of ideas, their importance, and the norms and roles for society and classes labeling groups different than their own as inferior.