Additionally bring in relevant sociological concepts from Chapters 1 3.York: Times Books. (This Reading follows the instructions below). Required Text: Marger, Martin. 2013. Social Inequality: Patterns and Processes (6th Edition). Background on Reading:

determines that the government should take low-income families into account when determining mandatory health insurance because many Americans choose to go without insurance despite preexisting conditions presumably no longer being an issue.
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Explain how these agents influence gender role development across two different cultures, one of the cultures being African. Then, describe two socialization agents that influenced your own gender role development and explain how.
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Additionally bring in relevant sociological concepts from Chapters 1 3.York: Times Books. (This Reading follows the instructions below).
Required Text: Marger, Martin. 2013. Social Inequality: Patterns and Processes (6th Edition).
Background on Reading:

Reading: Scott, Janny (2005). “Life at the Top in America Isn’t Just Better, It’s Longer,” pp. 2750
in Class Matters, New
York: Times Books. (This Reading follows the instructions below).
Required Text: Marger, Martin. 2013. Social Inequality: Patterns and Processes (6th Edition).
Background on Reading: Statistical evidence shows that upper middle class people live longer and healthier lives than
the middle class, working class, and poor. To examine this issue on the micro level New York Times journalist Janny Scott
spent months in a hospital shadowing cardiologists who intervene immediately following patient heart attacks. Over time
she met many patients, some of whom were willing to have a reporter intrude in their lives. From this sample she picked
three an
architect, a utility worker, and a housekeeper whose experiences before, during, and after their heart attacks
powerfully illustrate that class can be, literally, a matter of life and death.
Instructions: Use the reading “Life at the Top in America Isn’t Just Better, It’s Longer,” to examine how health outcomes are
not only about access to health care, but also about class differences in working conditions, stress, diet, neighborhood,
family structure, and other social and economic factors (such as race/ethnicity and gender). Please draw on examples
from the reading to illustrate your points and discuss sociologically how life chances are shaped not only by individual
“choice” but also by group membership. Additionally bring in relevant sociological concepts from Chapters 1 3
of your
textbook into your discussion.
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