Explain how ethnocentrism (make sure to define this sociological
concept in your response) could contribute to the conflict/war in Sudan
based off of the information from the film.
What were some differences, culturally; you noticed in the film
between the U.S. culture and the Southern Sudanese culture (Lost
Boys)—make sure to provide specific examples from the film of the
Provide some specific examples from the film as to how the Sudanese Lost Boys were resocialized to U.S. culture.
Why do you think John Bul Dau stressed the importance of the
younger Sudanese generation staying in touch with their Dinka culture?
What do you think John Bul Dau meant by the following quote “a man without culture is like a man without land”?
How does this film connect to the chapter on culture? — your response needs to include relevant sociological concepts
from chapter on culture, relevant specific examples from the film (see
example above), and clear explanation of the connections. Do not use the
term culture, unless you illustrate the components of culture in your
response. Please make sure to bold the sociological concepts you use from the chapter.
How does this film connect to the chapter on socialization? —your response needs to include relevant sociological concepts from
the chapter on socialization, relevant examples from the film (see
example above), and clear explanation of the connections. Do not use
the term socialization. Please make sure to bold the sociological concepts you use from the chapter.
Using your sociological imagination; according to the film,
explain the personal troubles and the public issue, you see in the film.
In your response you will need to define personal troubles and public
issue. Also, you will need to identify, personal trouble, for example the personal trouble(s) in the film is…. and the social issue in the film is….