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Self And Society

by: Mina Heaney

Self And Society SOC 002

Mina Heaney
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Eric Silva

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mina Heaney on Tuesday September 8, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 002 at University of California - Davis taught by Eric Silva in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see /class/187311/soc-002-university-of-california-davis in Sociology at University of California - Davis.

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Date Created: 09/08/15
Exam I Study Guide Soc 2 Winter 2010 There will be two sections to the exam multiple choice 30 to 70 percent and open ended 30 to 70 percent This study guide is intended to help you organize and focus your preparation for the exam The study guide has two parts In part one I provide a list of concepts terms topics and people that will be particularly important In part two I provide open ended questions Some of these questions will appear on the actual exam Some open ended questions will be converted to multiple choice questions There may be some multiple choice questions that are not indicated on this study guide Part I Some multiple choice topics D PSP vs SSP Microsociology vs Macrosociology D The Sociological Paradigms Positivism vs Interpretive sociology D Inductive vs Deductive Quantitative vs Qualitative l Theoretical Perspectives Social Cognition Exchange Theory Symbolic Interactionism l Ethnomethodology Structural Functionalism Social Structure and Personality D George Homans ve propositions for Ethnomethodology D James House s three principles for research on social structure and personality D Strengths weaknesses of experiments surveys participant observation and qualitative interviews D George Herbert Mead s theory of the Self Preparatory Stage Play Stage Game Stage Generalized Other I Me U Mutable Self D Self vs Identity D Types of Identity Situated Identity Social Identity Personal Identity D Theory of Identity Salience D Evaluation of the Self SelfEsteem Mastery Mattering D Theoretical Models of the Social Thinker Consistency Seekers Na39139ve Scientist Cognitive Miser Motivated Tactician D Automatic Cognition vs Deliberative Cognition D Types of cognitive structures Prototype Exemplar Stereotype Schemas Role Schemas l Scripts Social Representations D Anchoring and Objectiflcation D Attribution Theory Internal Attribution External Attribution Fundamental Attribution Error TwoStep Process of Attribution Attitude D Three Components of Attitudes D Attitude Change Elaboration Likelihood Model Central Route to Persuasion Peripheral Route to Persuasion D Explicit Attitudes vs Implicit Attitudes D Attitude Inoculation D Theory of Planned Behavior D Attitudes and Behavior D Attitudes and Socialization D Dramaturgical Concepts Impression Management Identity Negotiation Personal Front Front Stage Back Stage D Some questions about Chapters 28 4 5 ll 14 3 l2 l6 amp 17 Part 11 Potential open ended questions Estimated point total in parentheses Some of these questions may be converted to multiple choice questions The wording and the scope of the answers may also change 1 Describe John Hewitt s ve tenets of Symbolic Interactionism 10 points 2 Brie y describe Sheldon Stryker s three implications of Identity Salience Provide an example of each 9 points 3 Describe an example of Peter Burke s theory of the Identity Control System in action 7 be sure to include all four components 8 points 4 Discuss two general lessons about the self can be drawn from Adler and Adler s study of college basketball players 6 points 5 David Kalp identi es three issues involved with the self and psychiatric drug use Crossing Identity Boundaries Feeling like Oneself and Searching for a True Self Provide an example from the reading of how psychiatric drugs in uence individuals sense of self in each of the above issues 6 points 6 Provide an example of lumping and splitting What is the importance of this process 6 points


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