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Study Guide Exam #1

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Study Guide Exam #1 SOC 110

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This is a study guide of key terms and key concepts to look at in each chapter.
Introduction to Sociology
Ashley Leschyshyn
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Nicole Wolfe on Friday September 23, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SOC 110 at University of North Dakota taught by Ashley Leschyshyn in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 64 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at University of North Dakota.


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Date Created: 09/23/16
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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