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uwm sociology

uwm sociology

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School: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Department: Sociology
Course: Introduction to Sociology
Professor: Timothy o'brien
Term: Fall 2016
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Using the example of juvenile delinquency, what aspects would political science, anthropology, and sociology be interested in studying?




How do Anthropology and Sociology compare to one another?




What is the “sociological imagination”, and why do we need to develop it?



Chapter 1 Review Sheet You should know the following terms: Double Consciousness Ethnography Experimental research Organic solidarity Postmodern theory  Structuration Contributions and criticisms If you want to learn more check out cu denver accounting
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of the following thinkers:  Auguste Comte Émile Durkheim Karl Marx Max Weber Be aware of the following topics: Functionalism and criticisms of the perspective George Herbert Mead on language Laud Humphrey’s tearoom studies Symbolic interactionism and criticisms of the perspective The research process From Supplemental Readings  C. Wright Mills  The difference between “troubles” and “Issues” What is the relationship between individual biography and society, according to Mills. What is the “sociological imagination”, and why do we need to develop it? Henslin How do Anthropology and Sociology compare to one another? Difference between “quantitative” and “qualitative” sociology. Difference between “structural” and “interactional” sociology. Using the example of juvenile delinquency, what aspects would political science,  anthropology, and sociology be interested in studying?Chapter 2 You should know the following terms: Assimilation Culture Ethnocentrism Instincts Material goods Multiculturalism Norms Signifiers Society Sociobiology Subculture Values Be aware of the following topics: Differences between premodern and modern society First sociologist to study culture Globalization and culture Know the differences among industrialized societies, newly industrializing economies, and  developing societies, and how these differences developed. Nature vs. nurture From Supplemental Readings: Miner With the idea that the “Nacirema” are actually the “American” people, what is the main  point of Miner’s article?  How does Miner describe the Nacirema? Chagnon Why does Chagnon have difficulty collecting genealogical information from his subjects,  and how does he finally collect accurate information? How does Chagnon earn the respect of his subjects? Chagnon’s explanation of spousal abuse among the Yąnomamö.

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