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Sociology 3 midterm study guide

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Date Created: 04/30/16
Social Problems Midterm Study Guide Winter 2016 Instructor: Professor Rosales WEEK 1 & 2 Definitions, concepts, people to know:  Daniel Kish’s conceptualization of his blindness (A) Main argument in Silver, Ch 5 by Malcolm Gladwell (R) Main argument in Silver, Ch 10 by John Johnson (R) Objectivist Outlook, problems with this perspective (L) Subjectivist Approach, problems with this perspective (L)  Social construction, definition (L)  Terms: Claim, Troubling Condition, Claimsmakers (L) Six stages of social problems process model (L) Studying issues as social problems vs. conditions (L) Civil Rights Movement and the social problems process model (L) Voting Rights Act of 1965, Supreme Court changes, state­based  responses to changes (L)  Broken windows theory (L) (R)  Black Lives Matter social movement (L)  Terms: Resources, Rhetoric, Feedback (L) Components of basic structure of claims (L)  Resources, Rhetoric and Social Problems Model (L)  Claims, structure of (L) WEEK 3 & 4 Definitions, concepts, people to know: Main argument in Gould­Wartofsky’s article (R)  (Rioting) Main argument in Gilens and Page, methodology used (R) (Political  testing)  Resources, Rhetoric and Social Problems Model (L)  Grounds, components of grounds (L)  Conclusions (L)  Warrants (L)  Counterclaims, definition of and examples of (L)  Difference between domain expansion and piggybacking (L)  Broken windows policing theory (R)  Piggybacking, examples of (L) L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading assignment | A: Audio 1 podcast assignment Social Problems Midterm Study Guide Winter 2016 Instructor: Professor Rosales  Position issue, definition and examples of (L)  Valance issue, definition and examples of (L)  Difference between outsider and insider claimsmakers (L)  Insider claimsmakers, examples given (L)  Outsider claimsmakers, examples given (L)  Social movement, examples given (L)  Social movement organization, examples given (L)   Social movements vs. countermovements (L)  Framing (L)  Types of frames (L)  Frame dispute, examples of (L)  Ownership, definition, examples of (L)   Differences: Constituents, Beneficiaries, Conscience constituents (L)  Insider claimsmakers  (L)  Polity, definition and examples of (L)  Strategies insider and outsider claimsmakers use (L)  Bias, definition and examples of (L)  Bias vs Agenda Setting (L)  Primary and secondary claims (L)  Carrying capacity, definition  (L)  Newswork (L) WEEK 5 Definitions, concepts, people to know:  Population sampling problems  (L)  Survey instrument problems  (L)  Population (L)  Representative sample (L)  Sample  (L)  Sample survey (L)  Focus groups (L)  K Street in D.C. (L)  Lobbyists (L) L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading assignment | A: Audio 2 podcast assignment Social Problems Midterm Study Guide Winter 2016 Instructor: Professor Rosales L: Lecture | GL: Guest lecture | R: Reading assignment | A: Audio 3 podcast assignment


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