Prin Of Sociology
Prin Of Sociology SOC 2000
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SOC 2000 Exam 1 Study Guide Terms and Concepts Chapter 1 0 Sociology 0 Sociological Perspective 0 Global Perspective 0 Positivism 0 Theory 0 Theoretical approach 0 The StructuralFunctional Approach 0 Social Structure 0 Social Function 0 Manifest Functions 0 Latent Functions 0 Social Dysfunction 0 SocialCon ict Approach including gendercon ict and racecon ict 0 SymbolicInteraction Approach 0 Dramaturgical Analysis 0 Positivist Sociology 0 Interpretive Sociology 0 Critical Sociology 0 Research Methods What are some things that the sociological perspective can help us understand see page 8 Explain the origins of sociology see page 10 Chapter 2 0 Culture 0 Society 0 Culture Shock 0 Symbols 0 Language 0 Cultural transmission 0 SapirWhorf Thesis 0 Values 0 Beliefs 0 Norms 0 Mores 0 Technology 0 Hunting and Gathering 0 Horticulture and Pastoralism 0 Agriculture 0 Industry 0 Subculture 0 Counterculture 0 Cultural Change 0 Cultural Lag 0 Ethnocentrism 0 Cultural Relativism 0 Double Consciousness What are some of the key values of US culture see page 46 How are subcultures different than countercultures see page 55 Chapter 3 0 Socialization 0 Personality 0 Nature versus Nurture 0 FeralIsolated Children 0 Kohlberg s Theory of Moral Development 0 Mead s Theory of the Social Self 0 Looking Glass Self 0 Generalized Other 0 Anticipatory Socialization 0 Mass Media 0 Gerontology 0 Total Institution 0 Resocialization What role do the following institutions play in socialization The family the school the peer group and the mass media pages 7983
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