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Sociology Final Exam Study Guide

by: Meghan Cunningham

Sociology Final Exam Study Guide SOCI 20213

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Here is the final exam Study guide I made from my notes.
Introduction to Sociology
Dr. Angela Thompson
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This 6 page Study Guide was uploaded by Meghan Cunningham on Tuesday April 26, 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 68 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at Texas Christian University.

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Sociology Final Exam Study Guide CHAPTER 7 CRIME AND DEVIANCE Define the terms and give an example for each. Deviance: Statistically Deviant: Social Deviant: Who is Cesare Lombroso? Who is Walter Grove? Differential Associations: Social Learning: Subculture Deviance: Who is Robert Martin and the Structural Strain Theory? What the problems with the Strain Theory? Conformity: Innovation: Ritualism: Retreatism: Rebellion: Control Theory: Attachment: Commitments: Involvement: Belief: Who is Emile Durkheim and Anomies? What is Allan Liska’s Labeling Theory? What are the three problems with the Labeling Theory? Primary Deviance: Secondary Deviance: Crime: Criminal Justice System: Informal Control: Formal Control: What are the seven types of crime? Prevention: Deterrence: What are the 3 roles of Punishment? What do the 3 Roles of Punishment need to be? CHAPTER 8 STRATIFICATION Define the terms and give an example for each. Stratification: Slavery: What would someone be enslaved? Who are the Trokosi? What is the Caste System and it’s four categories? What is the Estate System and it’s three categories? What is the Class System and why is it different from the other two? Social Mobility: What are Davis and Moore’s Theories of Stratification? Meritocracy: What is Marx Theory of Stratification? What are Weber’s 3 P’s? What are the four Stratification’s Among the Nations? What are the two kinds of poverty? Wealth Gap: Who can be poor? CHAPTER 9 SEX AND GENDER Define the terms and give an example for each. Sex: Asexual: Bisexual: Intersexual: Homosexual: Heterosexual: Gender: Doing Gender: Gender Identity: Gender Norms: Gender Roles: Gender Stratification: Transgender: Transexual: Who are the Wodaabe? What are the Berdache? Sex Ratio: What are the different types of Sex Ratio Imbalances? What are some areas of inequality? CHAPTER 13 FAMILY Define the terms and give an example for each. Thompson’s Definition of Family: Family of Orientation: Family of Procreation: Fictive Kin: Monogamy: Polygamy: Polygyny: Polyandry: Polyamory: Patrilocal: Matrilocal: Neolocal: Courtship: Romantic Love and its factors: Homogamy: Who is Arlie Hochschild? Gender Ideology: Gender Strategy: Traditional: Egalitarian: Transitional: What are the 6 stages of Divorce? What are the Micro-Level Reasons for Divorce? What are the Macro-Level Reasons for Divorce? CHAPTER 10 RACE AND ETHNICITY Define the terms and give an example for each. Race: Ethnicity: Minority Group: Majority-Minority Group: Majority Group: Prejudice: Discrimination: Merton: Unprejudiced Nondiscriminator: Unprejudice Discriminator: Prejudice Nondiscriminator: Prejudice Discriminator: De Jure: De Facto: De Facto Segrigation: Allport’s Contact Hypothesis: Bonaich: Dollard: Adomo: Functionalist Perspective: Conflict Perspective: Symbolic Interactionist Perspective: Genocide: Population Transfer: Direct Transfer: Indirect Transfer: Internal Colonialism: Segregation: Assimilation: Plural/Multiculturalism: CHAPTER 11 POLITICS Define the terms and give an example for each. Power in Politics: Powerless: Legitimate Power: Illegitimate Power: Weber’s 3 types of Authority: 3 Types of Government: 4 Types of Dictatorships: 6 Conditions for Democracy: Voter Apathy: Reasons for Voter Apathy: Functionalist Theory: Conflict Theory: Power Elite: Coup de Tat: Revolutions: Conditions for a Revolution: War:


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