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SOCI 2013 - 007, Final Exam

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Here is a study guide for the final exam covering chapters 11, 12, 14 and 16.
Introductory Sociology
Stefanie Collier
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Date Created: 05/07/16
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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