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Rebecca Tombragel Social institutions create structure in a society. They guide

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Rebecca Tombragel Social institutions create structure in a society. They guide us to know appropriate behavior, but there are many ways in which these institutions interact. According to Krogen, “for example, if our education systems not carrying out its function properly, young adults will not be prepared to get good jobs and therefore will not be able to support a family, pay taxes, financially support their religious organizations, or buy goods. Eventually, the faulty educational system would harm the family, economic, religious, and political institution (2015) I believe the change in the economic system such as fewer jobs that pay a family wage affect the social institution by challenging people to step into those non-traditional jobs. This sometimes leaves one parent to be a caregiver or older sibling to mature faster, which also could affect family. The relationship between economics, family, and education are tightly connected. School is expensive, and I am going into debt just to make a little more money. I just set up a plan for tuition payments, so that puts more pressure on me to perform well in my assignments. Also planning to complete my studying when my kids are safe and distracted pulls me away from my other household duties. With no education I would work at a restaurant until I was unable. This would make it difficult to raise a family on this single income. Before this assignment I did not know my representatives’ names or party affiliation. Honestly, I do not think I even knew how many positions for representatives and the requirements to serve. This is because I do not follow this topic in the media or literature or because I do not vote. This information is important to know so that I can make a knowledge-based choice and ensure those with similar beliefs, such as gender equality, will be an activist and attempt to elicit change. Korgen, K.O., & White, J. M. (2015). The engaged sociologist: Connecting the classroom to the community (5th ed.).

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