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SOC_03 Moore Meghan

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SOC_03 Moore Meghan

  1. 1. Sociological Visual Project Desk • Q: How is it that societies have learned to associate the desk with school or work? • Q: How can a desk show the type of job position in a society?
  2. 2. Sociological Visual Project Garbage Can • Q: What role does the garbage have on our society’s wellbeing? • Q: Does the amount of garbage in a single can determine a person’s social status?
  3. 3. Sociological Visual Project Sports • Q: If a person plays a sport on a professional level team, does it show financial stability? • Q: Can sports influence a society’s perception of social status?
  4. 4. Sociological Visual Project Traffic Light • Q: How is a traffic light a symbol of order in our society? • Q: Do traffic lights have the same amount of authority as speed limit?
  5. 5. Sociological Visual Project Art Work • Q: Why is the price of art so expensive, if art is judged by personal expression? • Q: Does art have to be accepted by a society to be considered great or can it be done on the individual level?
  6. 6. Sociological Visual Project Candle • Q: How can a candle show the changes in our society? • Q: What type of economic standing does a candle show for one family?
  7. 7. Sociological Visual Project Table and Chair • Q: How are individual’s table manners judged by society? • Q: Are there different standards for table manners for each social class?
  8. 8. Sociological Visual Project T.G.I. Friday’s • Q: When did the traditional sit down family dinner, begin to become obsolete? • Q: How does the restaurant name T.G. I Friday’s, help interpret society work ethic?
  9. 9. Sociological Visual Project Automobile • Q: How does the automobile resemble a person’s social class? • Q: Does advertising for automobiles change the value from need to luxury?
  10. 10. Sociological Visual Project Run Down Building • Q: Are run down houses a symbol of historical society or are they a symbol of modern society’s separation between the social classes? • Q: Are run down buildings a symbol for that community’s financial standing?

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