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Intro to Sociology Exam 2 Study Guide

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Intro to Sociology Exam 2 Study Guide SOCI 20213

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Here is the Study Guide for our Second Exam
Introduction to Sociology
Dr. Angela Thompson
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Meghan Cunningham on Saturday February 27, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SOCI 20213 at Texas Christian University taught by Dr. Angela Thompson in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 125 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at Texas Christian University.


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Date Created: 02/27/16
Intro to Sociology Exam 2 Study Guide Define the Terms and Give an example for Each:  Social Groups  Aggregate  Social Category  In Groups and Out Groups  Reference Group  Primary and Secondary Groups  What are the 3 Leadership Styles?  Group Conformity  Group Think  Bureaucracy  What are the 5 Features of a Bureaucracy?  Who is Von Moltk  Division System  Geographical  Functional  Spoils Systems  Nepotism  What were Max Weber’s thoughts on Rationalization?  What are the the 6 Features of Rationalization  Social Interaction  Ethnomethodology  Achieved Status vs Ascribed Status  Homophily  Status  Master Status  Status Set  Status Symbol  Roles  Breaching  Primary and Secondary Groups  Role set  Role strain  Role Conflict  Role attachment  Role exit  Nature vs Nurture  Feral Child  Goffman and Dramaturgy  Front Stage vs Backstage  Impression Management  Cooley and Looking Glass Self  What are the 3 Steps of the Looking Glass-Self  Piaget and Play  What are the 3 Stages of Play  Generalized Others  Sensorimotor  Pre-operational  Concrete Operational  Formal Operational  Freud Personalities Three Elements  Socialization By Gender  Agents of Socialization and their influences  Media  Life Course Perspective  Edward Hall and Distance Zones  What are the four Major Theoretical Perspectives?  Who is Genie and what happened to her?  What is the Process of Group Think?  Small Groups vs Formal Organizations


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