I'm a senior in high school, and I'm taking a sociology class. Our assignment is to break a social norm and write a paper over it. I've been having trouble coming up with one, but it just dawned on me. About 2/3 of the people at my school drink at parties every weekend, but I don't. There have been...
Yes this would be one.
no, because the social norm is for teenagers to not drink alcohol.
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The stranger had sojourned in many more lands and among many more
peoples than Angel; to his cosmopolitan mind such deviations from the
social norm, so immense to domesticity, were no more than are the
irregularities of vale and mountain-chain to the whole terrestrial
curve. He viewed the matter in quite a different light from Angel;
thought that what Tess had been was of no importance beside what she
would be, and plainly told Clare that he was wrong in coming away
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actually the domain name for Virginia Tech. In most cases it's
relatively easy to glean the meaning of a domain name---such
confusion is far from the norm.