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We began with the essential basics of sociology this week.
This week we were introduced to various theories, as well as the term culture.
This study guide covers all the terminology discussed in Chapters 1-3. It also includes an in-depth description of the learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter.
These notes cover the last bit of material we need to know before the upcoming exam.
Socialization, Nature vs. Nurture etc
This week we discussed socialization and interaction.
These notes cover Chapter 5 - Organizations, Societies, and the Global Domain.
This study guide covers material from Chapters 4-6. It includes learning objectives, important terms, and important people. It also includes review questions for each chapter to test yourself.
These notes cover Chapter Six: Deviance and Crime.
This week we began discussing Chapter 7, which focuses on Social Stratification.
This week we covered Chapter 8: Race and Ethnicity.
This study guide covers material for our third exam, on Chapters 7, 8, & 9.
These notes briefly cover material from Chapter 9 for our upcoming exam.
These notes cover Chapter 10: Families
These notes briefly cover the basics of Chapter 11.
This study guide covers the learning objectives and important terms from Chapters 10, 11, & 12.
These notes cover Chapter 12: Politics and the Economy.
These notes cover topics mentioned in lecture from Chapter 13: The Body, Medicine, Health, and Health Care, and Chapter 14: Population, Urbanization, and the Environment.
These notes cover the last portion of Chapter 14 and the basics of Chapter 15: Social Change, Social Movements, and Collective Action.
Although the final is comprehensive, this study guide only covers the learning objectives from Chapters 13-15, since these chapters account for half of the material on the exam.
Notes for chapter 10
The Sociological Imagination
Basic information covered during the first week of Soc 101, Professor Miguel
includes key terms and concepts
major topics covered in week 2 of soc 101, includes important names, theories and key terms
Includes all material covered in class lectures as well as major topics in the textbook
These are the answers from Test 1. As the professor said, they are fair game to be used on future tests.
Just vocabulary terms for Chapter 4
These notes cover chapters 5 and 6 (includes main topics, vocabulary terms, theories, etc)
This is just a run down of Chapter 7 in the textbook. You can use this as a partial study guide (the test includes chapters 7, 8 and 9; I haven't made the study guide yet)
This covers main topics in chapters 7, 8 and 9. I suggest reviewing this AND all vocabulary terms in each of those chapters (I will be posting the vocab by Saturday).
Vocabulary from Ch 7, 8 and 9
notes from week 10 to week 13
Week 10 Notes
This is basically a study guide for the Final Exam. It just includes all questions/answers from the first four exams in an easier-to-read form than what is on Blackboard
These notes cover chapters 14 and 15 as well as provides info about the Final Exam
Overview of syllabus, Chapter 1, and how to write assigments
Chapters 2 and 3
Chapters 1-3 terms to know and ideas to understand
answer document contains definitions for terms
Finished off Chapter 3