Homosexuality is not a fixed concept, as the social attitudes, its definition, and the commonality. Discuss the ways in which this “reality” is historically constructed. In what ways is it taken for granted as natural?

My topic is homosexuality.

 

Thesis statement: Homosexuality is not a fixed concept, as the social attitudes, its definition, and the commonality

 

1.Discuss the ways in which this “reality” is historically constructed. In what ways is it taken for granted as natural?

2.How is this “reality” perceived differently in other societies?

3.In what sense was the pattern that did develop and become adopted in our society not inevitable?

4.Provide a sociological explanation for how that social reality developed in the form it did

 

5.3 main points you’ll be using to show how your topic is a social construction

 

Just need to answer those questions in a few sentences each

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