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Prin Of Sociology

by: Giovanna Casper

Prin Of Sociology SOC 2000

Giovanna Casper
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Giovanna Casper on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to SOC 2000 at Western Michigan University taught by Lisa Sanders in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see /class/216811/soc-2000-western-michigan-university in Sociology at Western Michigan University.

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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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