SOCI 2013 - 007, Final Exam
SOCI 2013 - 007, Final Exam SOCI 2013 007
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Sociology Final Exam Chapter 11 – Family Historical Context o Kinship o No universal definition of family o Family exists only in terms of law and ideology o In America Largely shaped by our economy Sociological Perspectives o Functionalist Sexual regulation Socialization Provision of social status o Conflict Functionalists are idealists Families are sources of social inequality Conflict over values, goals and access to resources Family structure is harmful to women o Post Modern Institutions have less power over us because of individualism Chapter 12 – Education and Religion Functionalist Perspective on Education o Manifest Functions o Latent Functions o Disfunctions Functionalist Perspective on Religion o Meaning/Purpose o Social Cohesion / Sense of Belonging o Social Control / Support for Gov’t Conflict Perspective on Education o Perpetuate race / class / gender inequalities Conflict Perspective on Religion o Promote conflict between groups and societies o Used by dominant class Symbolic Interactionist Perspective on Education o Class room communications o Educational practice o Labeling o Self-concept Symbolic Interactionist Perspective on Religion o Symbols between people o Promote gender inequalities o Sense of community o Symbolic belonging 5 issues of elementary and secondary schools o Unequal funding o School dropouts o Racial segregation o Competition o School safety and violence 5 types of religious organizations o Ecclesia o Churches o Denominations o Sects o Cults Chapter 14 Health Health Care Medicine Social epidemiology Life-Style Factors Flexner Report Professionalism Medical Care in Other Nations Under-insured Mental Illness Disability Functionalist oSick role i a set of patterned explanations that defines the norms and values appropriate for individuals who are sick and for those who interact with them Conflict Perspectives oThe medical-industrial complex encompasses local physicians and hospitals as well as global health- related industries such as insurance companies and pharmaceutical and medical supply companies Symbolic Interactionist Perspective oMedicalization refers to the process whereby nonmedical problems become defined and treated as illnesses or disorders oDemedicalization refers to the process whereby a problem ceases to be defined as an illness or a disorder Chapter 16 Collective Behavior Formation Groups Contagion Theory Convergence Theory Emergent Norm Theory Social Movements o Reform o Revolutionary o Religious o Alternative o Resistance Social Movement Theories o Relative Deprivation o Resource Mobilization o Social Constructionist o Political Opportunity o New Social Movement Ecofeminism Environment Justice
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