Intro Soc 1020- Week 1
Intro Soc 1020- Week 1 Soc 1020
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Soc 1020- Intro to Sociology Buckel Professor A. Lambert Sociology There are unspoken rules of society o Ex) there are unspoken rules in the men’s bathroom Where would you place a first man in this bathroom? A second? A third? Fourth? Norms- rules/expectations of society Deviant- one who violates norms Socialization- learning the ways of society o Ex) little kids don’t know proper public etiquette until taught, they look under bathroom stalls, make scenes in public, etc. Psychology vs Sociology Psychology- study of the individual o Ex) mental illnesses, mental disabilities, etc Sociology- study factors outside the individual o Ex) culture, religion, family, age, race, gender Social Psych- gray area between psychology and sociology, where certain factors of a person’s environment apply to both fields of study Social Location- groups you belong to that affect your life o Ex) job, income, education, age, gender, race, ethnicity ^Social Class^ Tradition vs Science Industrial Revolution- masses of people moved to cities in search of work in factories (invention of machinery/steam engine) Sociology grew from social upheaval as a result of extreme poverty, poor working conditions, and maltreatment of workers Rise of the scientific method Objective hypotheses and experiments about and within one’s environment to discover more August Comte (1798-1857) Wondered what holds society together Positivism- applying scientific method to social world Coined the term “sociology” Practiced the “Armchair Philosiphy”- didn’t go out to conduct research and show people his observations Herbert Spencer (1820-1903) Second founder of sociology Disagreed sharply with Comte’s idea that sociologists should guide social reform Coined the phrase “survival of the fittest”, now known as Social Darwinism o Thought it was wrong to help the poor because of this philosophy- this offended many Karl Marx Believed human history was driven by class conflict Bourgeoisie vs Proletariat o Bourgeoisie owned factories, land, factory equipment: means of production o Proletariats were workers, low wages, very poor, lower class Thought people should try to change society Didn’t see himself as a sociologist Emile Durkheim Got sociology recognized as a separate discipline Studied how social forces affect behavior o Society’s influence on suicide rates (bold means higher rates) Catholics v Protestants- pushed for individual thinking Married v Unmarried- fewer social ties Male v Female- males have fewer social groups; masculinity= less community Social Integration- degree to which people are connected to society o Less-connected people = higher suicide rates Max Weber Argued religion lead to origin of capitalism Disagreed with Marx’s claim that economics is central force in social change Says that role belongs to religion Compared religious groups: Catholics vs Calvinist Protestants o Calvinist Protestant belief: “nose to the grindstone”- work hard and save money – led to the “Spirit of Communism” o Catholic belief: people are born with sin and need to beg for forgiveness to make it into heaven Harriet Martineau Published Society in America before Durkheim and Weber were born Her work was ignored o Sexism was prominent- few women were educated and sex roles were rigidly defined Jane Addams Came from wealth and privilege Member of American Sociological Reform start Co-founded Hull House o This function, funded by donations mainly from wealthy women, was a building for all kinds of activities, ranging from being a research center, to a night school, to becoming a 13-building complex that hosted many more activities such as an art program and a summer camp. Co-founded American Civil Liberties Union o “Advocating individual rights by litigating, legislating, and educating the public on a broad array of issues affecting individual freedom”- aclu.org “The Forgotten Sociologists”- women of sociology
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