Midterm Review Sociology
Midterm Review Sociology 0170-100-004
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Midterm Review Primary Socialization: disciplined into children through various techniques; a child’s basic personality is formed by the parents’ example Secondary Socialization: encouraged by peer groups; how a child’s complex, unique personality is formed Psychic Violence: a discipline technique; the restraining of affection, attention and love Double Blind Theory: a discipline technique; when alternatives to a situation are presented falsely Peer Groups: why children develop unique personalities Basic Characteristics of Modern Capitalism: industry moves into the primary position business use profit to create more profit modern capitalism is middle class capitalism it involves savers, workers, and investors 95 Thesis: a criticism of the old Church’s ideology that work is a punishment used for repaying sins Lutherism: a new religion in which labor is one’s calling from God Thomas Hobbs and M Weber: philosophers that came up with the social theory that, in a society, people give up their right to freedom so that others can protect them Legitimate Political Systems: legal rational: the position has power, not the person traditional: there is no distinction between the person and the position charismatic: led by a charismatic leader with a following group Warner Study: upper upper class lower upper class upper middle class lower middle class lower lower class Karl Marx: philosopher who talked about the bourgeoisie, the owners of the means of production, and the proletariat, the working class. The bourgeoisie enslaves the proletariat.
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