Discuss a type of hazard control that you have applied or that has been applied to reduce the risk of a job you perform at work or at home. Should be 350 words
Explain what that control is and describe where it fits within the hierarchy of controls (elimination, substitution, engineering, administrative, or PPE).
Explain how successful or unsuccessful, it is at eliminating or reducing your risk while performing the job.
sociological theory arose in the nineteenth century, in the aftermath of the American and French Revolutions and during the Industrial Revolution. Explain how the theories of Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, and Max Weber all reflect a concern for the consequences of modern life. Karl Marx’s conflict theory is mainly about the struggle of power and money between social classes (the bourgeoisie and the proletariat). His life experiences had a lot to do with how he viewed society. He was said to have led an economically-fragile life. He believes that the bourgeoisie will outrun the proletariat and the conflict would then end. Emile Durkheim conducted a study on different groups and concluded that an individual’s solidarity to their society is a major key in suicide. Much like Marx’s theory, Weber says that societies consist of a hierarchical system where the higher class dominates while the lower class has to subordinate. All of these theories still hold true up to date to some extent. There still is a conflict between social classes, the poor seems to be working much harder and does the dirty work but gets paid the least. Durkheim’s theory basically states that the society is a unified whole that functions because of the contributions of its separate structures which does still hold true until today. Within this unity the majority of the people share the same interests and values which allows us to have a better understanding of societies as a whole. Weber’s theory is also still valid because power in today’s society is still based on social status. 3. Sociologists often have to decide if they are going to adopt a microsociological or a macrosociological approach in any given project. Explain how these perspectives differ, paying special attention to the different assumptions about how society works that are contained within each perspective. Microsociology is said to be the level of analysis that studies face-to-face and small-group interactions in order to understand how they affect the larger patterns and institutions of society. Macrosociology is the level of analysis that studies large-scale structures in order to determine how they affect the lives of groups and individuals. An example given in the book on microsociology is used to conduct a study on power and domination in male-female relationships. The data conducted as well as the results in these everyday interactions explain the trends that we see in our society as a whole. An example given for macrosociology would be the glass ceiling that females experience in male-dominated occupations while males in female-dominated occupations are able to climb up the field quickly through the use of a glass escalator. In this example we see how society is shaped due to the large-scale features that are prominent i>GET ANSWER