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Sociology study guide

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Sociology study guide SOC 1500 - 01

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Everything that will be on exam 1, in question form
Introduction to Sociology
Greg c. Rocheleau
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Alicia Notetaker on Friday September 23, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SOC 1500 - 01 at Youngstown State University taught by Greg c. Rocheleau in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at Youngstown State University.


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Date Created: 09/23/16
Study Guide Exam 1. Intro to Socioloy  1. What is the study of different societies?  2. Sociology is typically _______ based research.  3. All groups have organized characteristics called _______.  4. Describe social structure and social processes.  5. Larger scale relationships are called what?  6. Smaller scale relationships are called what?  7. What is mix between macro and micro?  8. The ability to act independently or effect change.  9. What is influenced by a specific coarse?  10. What is the interaction between public and private?  11. Sociological work addressed to a wide range of audiences  12. What is the difference between pure science and social reform?  13. A ________ is how and why specific facts are related.  14. Name the 3 scientists that make up the "holy trinity"  15. The totality of beliefs and sentiments common to average members of society that  form a fixed system  16. the togetherness of a society  17. Social solidarity has 2 types; name them and express their rank of solidarity  18. Explain generalized morality  19. what is anomie and egoism?  20. The critique of Hegelian is "all _______ and no _______".  21. once the idea of ownership becomes a factor, that is when problems occur  22. Name some issues with private property  23. Name and describe 2 sections from industrial epoch  24. Name 4 alienation sections  25. Definition: how to clarify concepts  26. In the silent debate, ______ causes ______.  27. The search for people for optimum means to a given end  28. Example for ________: McDonald's uses 30% of the potato to get the perfect fry.  29. Example for ________: people feel trapped and looked at as a number and not a  person.  30. Name and explain 3 types of functions.  31. Definition: society is an arena of inequality that generates conflict, struggle, and  change.  32. ________ _________ ________ is when society is the product of everyday  interactions of individuals.  33. Uncovers questionable phenomenons  34. You use this to see what is already known about a subject.  35. A reasonable educated guess about how variables are related  36. How is the subject going to be tested in the research method?  37. Scientific method: execute the research plan  38. Scientific method: review what is collected  39. This type of research design is manipulating some type of characteristic to discover  the cause and effect  40. This type of research design is a est trying to determine the most popular answers  41. This type of research design is a direct or indirect observation  42. This type of research design is when data has already been collected and is  acceptable  43. This method approach has numerical values  44. This method approach does not require statistical information  45. This is a population that the researcher wants to generalize the sample to  46. This is the set of all cases from which the sample is actually selected  47. A ________ is select respondents who are part of the study  48. This is the clarification of concepts  49. This is when you take a concept and describe exactly how you are going to measure  it  50. This is the degree of dependability  51. This is the degree of accuracy  52. This is making up information  53. This is manipulation data so results do not represent actual findings  54. This is using someone else`s words without giving credit  55. Potential harm can be ______, ______, or _____  56. This is written consent provide by the subject  57. True or False: consent is needed for all studies  58. This is lying about what the study is about  59. Privacy can be _______ or ______.  60. This is a collection of ideas, values, practices, and material objects that mean a great deal to members of a group or society.  61. This type of culture is when material objects are a reflection of the culture.  62. This type of culture is intangible aspects of a culture. 


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