WEEK 3 OF SOCIOLOGY
WEEK 3 OF SOCIOLOGY Sociology 1101: Introductory Sociology
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Christina Smith on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Sociology 1101: Introductory Sociology at Georgia State University taught by Professor Banton in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 27 views. For similar materials see Sociology in Social Sciences at Georgia State University.
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WEEK 3 Theories Social Psychological Frued Piaget Kohlberg Gilligan Symbolic Interactionist Cooley Mead Functionalist Parson Merton Conflict Marx From The Quiz 1. Correlation does not equal causation 2. Qualitative researchers focus on words and images 3. Race and gender are two types of status indicators 4. Cultural values reflect what is important to a group 5. Urbanization is the process by which an increasing portion of the population lives in/ moves to cities rather than rural areas 6. A social norm is a standard in a society 7. Members within a society are taught the cultural morals, values, and beliefs of the society through socialization. 8. Sociologist W.E.B Dubois observed that an awareness of oneself as a minority within a majority creates an identity conflict that he refers at as double consciousness. 9. Marianne Weber studied the politics of gender S.Q.R.R.R. Survey Question Read Review Read Labor Unions Unions that lobby Congress “Teamsters” Chapter 3 Ageism: Prejudice and discrimination against people on the basis of age, particularly against older persons Agents of socialization: Are the individuals, groups and institutions that create the social context in which socialization takes place. Anticipatory socialization: Is the process, facilitated by social interactions, in which nongroupmembers learn to take on the values and standards of groups that they aspire to join, so as to ease their entry into the group and help them interact competently once they have been accepted by it. Gender socialization: The process of learning the social expectations and attitudes associated with one's sex. Generalized other: George Herbert Mead’s term for the child’s awareness of the demands of the society as a whole or of the child’s subculture. Id: Sigmund Freud’s term for the component of personality that includes all of the individuals basic biological drives and needs that demand immediate gratification. Looking glass self: Charles Horton Cooley’s term for the way in which a person’s sense of self is derived from the perceptions of others. Mass media: Large scale organizations that use print or electronic means to communicate with large numbers of people. Peer group: A group of people of approximately the same age, status, and interests. Primary socialization: Acceptance and learning of a set of norms and values established through the process of socialization. Typically the family initiates this. Racial socialization: Informal education whereby they transmit to and instill in their children knowledge of the values, aesthetics, spiritual beliefs and all other things that give cultural orientation to existing while black in America. Reciprocal socialization: The process by which the feelings thoughts, appearance, and behavior of individual who are undergoing socialization also have a direct effect on those agents of socialization who are attempting. Re Socialization: The process by which one's sense of social values, beliefs, and norms are reengineered. This process is often deliberate, through an intense social process that may take place in a total institution. Roletaking: A person mentally assumes the role of another person or groups in order to understand the word from that person or group’s point of view. Secondary socialization: Refers to the process of learning what is the appropriate behavior as a member of a smaller group within the larger society. Selfconcept: The totality of our beliefs and feelings about ourselves Significant others: People whose care, affection and approval are especially Social devaluation: The attribution of low, even no value. To a person or group. By another person or group. Socialization: The act of adapting behavior to the norms of a culture or society Sociobiology: The study of the development, structure, and functioning of human society. Superego: The part of a person's mind that acts as a selfcritical conscience, reflecting social standards learned from parents and teachers. Tertiary socialization: The process of learning that takes place of when adults move into new settings where they must accept certain ideas or engage in specific behaviors that are appropriate to that specific setting. Total institution: Erving Goffman’s term for a place where people are isolated from the rest of society for a set period of time and come under the control of the officials who run the institution,
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