Youâ€™ve learned how important groups, roles, statuses, and social networks are in the structure of society. In this assignment, you will complete a short answer activity in which youâ€™ll demonstrate what youâ€™ve learned by identifying and describing examples from your own life. Use the Assignment 2 templateto complete this assignmentYOUR STATUS SET, ROLES, AND ROLE PROBLEMS1)StatusSet:a)List five statuses that you currentlyhave.â€¢Remember: A status is simply a position you fill in society. It may be a job title, but it could also include a position you fill within a family or a community. For more information, review Section 4.3 in yourwebtext.b)Label each status as either ascribed, achieved, or master.â€¢Remember: An ascribed status is one youâ€™re born with and have no control over. An achieved status is reached through your own efforts or simply good or bad luck. A master status is soimportant that it overrides your other statuses. For more information, review Section 4.3 in yourwebtext.
22)Roles:a)Choose one status from yourlist.b)Describe the role that is associated with the status.c)Describe how you learned thatrole.â€¢Remember:Aroleisthebehaviorexpected of someone with a certain status. For more information, review Section 4.4 in your webtext.3)RoleConflict:a)Describe a time when you experienced a conflict because of the demandsoftwodifferentrolesassociatedwithanyofyourstatuses.b)How did you resolve the conflict? (Discuss any conversation or social interactions youhad.)c)List any active listening skills you used to resolve the conflict. If you didnâ€™t use active listening skills,then list the skills you could have used to resolve theconflict.â€¢Remember: Refer to the active listening skills checklist in page 2.10 in your webtext.FORMATTING4)Your assignment must follow these formattingrequirements:â€¢UsetheAssignment2templatetocomplete thisassignment.â€¢Referencesarenotrequiredforthisassignment as you will use yourwebtext.â€¢Be sure to include your name and the date on the cover p