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Midterm Review Sociology

by: Emily Neff

Midterm Review Sociology 0170-100-004

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Primary Socialization Secondary Socialization Psychic Violence Double Blind Theory Peer Groups Basic Characteristics of Modern Capitalism 95 Thesis Lutherism Thomas Hobbs and M Weber...
Introduction to Sociology
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Emily Neff on Monday March 7, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 0170-100-004 at Adelphi University taught by Professor Primeggia in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 63 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Sociology in Sociology at Adelphi University.

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Date Created: 03/07/16
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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