Week 11/12 Soc 100 notes
Week 11/12 Soc 100 notes SOC 100
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Date Created: 04/08/16
Craig 1 Ajane Craig Soc 100 Professor Digaz 4/7/16 Week 11/12 Soc 100 Notes How to become a weed smoker (Becker) 1.) Learn how to smoke it 2.) Learn how to perceive you are high 3.) Learn how to enjoy it (Symbolic Interaction) Labeling theory Deviant label given to certain people -Come to accept, act accordingly Stigmatizing – define whole person Three stages of labeling: 1.) Primary deviance (commit act) 2.) Secondary deviance (continue act even after being labeled) 3.) Tertiary deviance (normalize behavior so nondeviant) Sanctions take into consideration Juvenile’s family life, educational attainment, social class Social stratification System in which groups of people are divided into layers based on relative power, property, and prestige. Four important things to rank 1.) Characteristics of society not individual differences 2.) Persists our generations 3.) Universal, but variable 4.) Involves beliefs not just inequality Craig 2 Ajane Craig Soc 100 Professor Digaz 4/7/16 Caste System Determined at birth (ascribed) Closed system ( no opportunity for social movement) Ranked in rigid hierarchy Shape, life, and 4 crucial requests when determined at birth -1.) Linked to occupation 2.)Marry someone of same rank 3.) Guides everyday life to prevent socialization castes and 4.)rests on powerful cultural beliefs Estate System 1.) Hereditary mobility 5% held power wealth in force of landownership 2.) Clergy or Extensive landholdings 3.) Commoners little property, little access to schooling work shifts Parliament – The House of Lords house of commons Prime Minister James Cameron Class System - Based on money or material possessions - Open system opportunity for mobility based on achievement - Begins at birth (ascribed) Family backgrounds provide obstacles for mobility!
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