SOC 101: TEST 1 Study Guide
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EXAM 1 Study Guide SOC 101 Questions to know 1 What is the meaning of the quotsociological eyequot 1 What is Individualism 1 What is Manifest 1 What is Latent 1 What is personal Troubles 1 Explain the Sociological imagination 1 Agency vs Structure 1 Explain Status 1 What is social science that What is Na39ive quotObserverquot De nition of sociology What is estate mean Who is Durkheim Who is Karl Marx De nition of informal Logic Errors of na39ive inquiry What are the 3 main Kinds of Fallacies What are the 3 main fallacies of Fallacy of presumption De nitionExample of Hasty Generalization and what kind of Fallacy is De nitionExample of False Bifurcation and what type of Fallacy is that De nitionExample of false cause and what type of Fallacy is that What is Relevance Fallacy Give example Describe the difference between appeal to one many select few tradition Describe what Fallacies of the wrong level are De nition of levels of analysis De nition of reductionist fallacy De nition of ecological fallacy De nitionexample of a research method De nition of empirical What is literature review how does this work De nitionexample of concepts De nitionexample of Constructs What are variables lndependent variable Dependent variable How do variables tie in with research method What is interpretation What is operationalization What is a Hypothesis and how do you formulate it What is Qualitative vs Quantitative Examples De nitionexample of survey method De nition example of close ended question What is an observation method and how does it work What is an unobtrusive research method and how does it work De nition example of triangulation method What is sampling and how does this work Is it useful why In basic statistics what is mean median and mode
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