Study Guide Exam 2
Study Guide Exam 2 SOC 110
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Study Guide Midterm 2 Alienation Being alienated from self 0 Being alienated from the product of labor 0 Being alienated from others Phenomena Describes what is important and what is happening Neoliberalism The rich grow richer as the poor grow poorer Economic liberalism 0 An approach to economic and social studies where the control of economic factors is shifted from the public to the private sector 0 Governments reduce de cit spending limit subsidies reform tax law to broaden the tax base remove xed exchange rates open up markets to trade by limiting protectionism privatize staterun businesses allow private property and back deregulation Welfare state 0 System where the government is to protect the health and wellbeing of its citizens Especially those in nancial or social needs 0 Grants pensions bene ts Changing the concept of higher education 0 How tuition effects course selection 0 Student loans cause for change in selection 0 How the macro in uences the individual Helping cities 0 Effect on the environment and the environment39s effects on an individual 0 Personality of place Government responsibilities Supply a policedefense force System to punish disputes and restore order Judicial system Infrastructure in the form of courts institutions and roads Importance of the economy being predictable Selfregulated market Selfinterest bene ts everyone o Creates competition in market Monopolies destroy competition Businesses can export to other countries 0 Without the businesses economy stops 0 System itself necessitates for the lower class Importance of education Meant to provide jobs To inform Prepare for the labor market Help you draw conclusions about yourself and society development Hierarchy that promotes inequality 0 Quality of education 0 Investment 0 Schools run like corporations STEM elds to help pay for high tuition Economics business law Debt 0 Changes the way we operate and make choices 0 Causes depression suicidal issues in personal relationships family 0 Example of how the macro imposes itself on the individual Strangers Macro imposes on the micro New Yorkers socialized into being less helpful 0 But not necessarily unkind Cities have a culture 0 Seattle Chill 0 Adaptation to the nature of a place 0 Being socialized to a place Sympatico Sympathetic nice kind 0 Social value not a moral value 0 People want to be seen as kind 0 No rush for rural areas slower pace of living 0 Restaurant interaction being rushed cities vs patience rural Seen as economically inef cient People behave differently in different areas 0 Less open locations to just talk cities Seattle Freeze Reserved disregard the people around you Nonconfrontational passive aggressive 0 International students out of state students athletes greek are examples of groups on campus Social Capital Bene ts we achieve through networks and cooperation coordinated action Likeliness for suicide increases when there is a lack of networks Social trust Mutual obligation Social solidarity Knowing people in society discourages maliciousness Trying to impress the people in your networks 0 Close friendsfamily stronger ties obligated to help Physical proximity social safety net 0 Classmates acquaintances weaker ties 0 Costs of stronger ties reciprocity sacri ce extended reference of feeling network closure Food 0 Connections on food and previous ideas interactions behaviors Culinary Nationalism Constitutes our culture and views re ected by what we eat Exam Review amd Tips 0 Full de nition of terms 0 What it is o How it is used 0 Tip underline parts of question in response Protocols that prevent saving a life 0 Liability laws 0 Things that could save a life could cause more trouble Civil Society Ties separate from family institutions 0 Ex bowling leagues Foodways Selecting meals Nationalism and food Macro imposed on micro Ex Student loans 0 In uence on course selection
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