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SOC 1523 Social Problems Week 2 notes

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SOC 1523 Social Problems Week 2 notes SOC 1523

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rachel Notetaker on Monday September 7, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 1523 at University of Oklahoma taught by Clay in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 40 views. For similar materials see Social Problems in Sociology at University of Oklahoma.


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Date Created: 09/07/15
SOC 1523 Social Problems Week 2 notes Culture A Blueprint for life B Determines the do s and don t s What s acceptable and what s not C Social structure functionalism What determines a social structure Pattern and predictable aspect of life 0 Material things we makebuild Nonmaterialvaluesnorms gt Folkways informal table manners how you dress gt Mores formallaws more serious 0 Status roles groups institutions Status where you t into a group Ascribedclosed society assigned Achieved open society you have earned it Master status dependent on occupationwhat you do Status symbols status set Expected behaviors for statusrole role is determined by status role con ictyou have roles that aren t working together role strainyou are put in a position where you don t have the ability to do what you need to do gt Institutionsevery society has them 6 or 7 primary D Social Problems originally formed to meet basic human needs E Groups People who have shared experiences expectations A set of people whose statuses are related Primary Gemeinschaft 0 Long lasting 0 People care about one another 0 ex mom dad brother sister 0 Associated with socialization quotbuilding blocks of societyquot SecondaryGesellschaft Characteristic of the modern world 0 ex classes 0 temporary tend not to be too personal VVVV VV a formed for a speci c purpose


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