Sociology 101 week 1 notes
Sociology 101 week 1 notes SOC1001
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Sociology 1001 Notes Red- Definition Bold- Important word or concept What Is Sociology 1. The systematic and scientific study of society 2. The scientific study of social life, social change and social causes and consequences of human behavior 3. A social science whose unique province is the systematic study of human social interaction Psychology plays a role in Sociology Sociology mainly deals with social behavior Can't function as a society without symbols Symbols help organize our life Human activities are patterned Human activities are organized around age, sex, education, race, class, occupation, etc Humans except certain things out of males One of the most influential things regarding how humans interact with each other is race Certain "Underlying Ideas" Behind Sociology (Needs, Capabilities, Limitations, Social, Groups, Recurrent Patterns of Behavior, Economizing, Use Symbols, Overpopulate, Change, Conflict&Cooperation, Construct Our Realities Sociological Imagination- the vivid awareness of the relationship between personal experience and the wider society. The application of imaginative thought to the asking and answering of sociological questions. Someone using the sociological imagination "thinks himself away" from the familiar inner circle. Social Structure- positions, relationships, recurring and enduring patterns[location matters?] Culture- Ideology, symbols, technology Different Levels of Analysis- Micro, Meso, Macro Sociology and Other Social Sciences- the place of sociology in social sciences. Our Responsibility Science- Scientific Method
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