Study Guide Exam #1
Study Guide Exam #1 SOC 110
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Introduction to Sociology Study Guide Exam 1 Sociological Imagination Key terms: o Macro sociology o Micro sociology o Industrialization o Rapid urbanization o Mass immigration Key concepts: o Functionalist perspective Macro or micro Main views Criticisms o Conflict perspective Macro or micro Main views Criticisms o Interactionalist perspective Macro or micro Main views Criticisms Sociological Research Key terms: o Positivism o Independent variable o Dependent variable Key concepts: o Father of sociology o Identifying independent and dependent variables Culture Key terms: o Culture o Material culture o Nonmaterial culture o Cultural lag o Norms Informal norms Folkways Formal norms Mores Taboos o Cultural universals o Culture shock o Ethnocentrism o Cultural relativism o Cultural variation Subculture o Subculture argot o Counter cultures o Ideal culture o Real culture Key concepts: o Elements of nonmaterial culture o Norms reinforced through sanctions Socialization Key terms: o Self-concept o Resocialization o Total institutes o Social structure o Status o Role Role conflict Role strain o Social groups Key concepts: o Socialization o Looking-glass self Creation of self-concept o Role taking (I) vs (Me) Stages of the self o Presentation of the Self Dramaturgy Front stage Back stage o Steps of total institutes o Status Status set Ascribed status Achieved status Master status o Social groups Primary group Secondary group o Formal organizations 3 types o Bureaucracy Max Weber (Ideal type bureaucracy) 2 shortcomings
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