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Introductory Sociology

by: Miss Betsy Jerde

Introductory Sociology SOC 10000

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This 11 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miss Betsy Jerde on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 10000 at Purdue University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see /class/208046/soc-10000-purdue-university in Sociology at Purdue University.


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Date Created: 09/19/15
Chapter 5 Saniological Methads 1 What steps do sociologists go through to conduct research 2 What are the research designs and methods sociologists employ i Quantitative Methods ii Qualitative Methods 3 How to decide when to use which methods 4 What factors or issues do social scientists pay attention to in ca1rying out research i Validity internal amp external ii Reliability iii Sampling iV Correlation vs Causation Chapter 16 Marriage 1 What is a Family 2 Forms of Marriage and Family 0 Nuclear Family 0 Extended Family 0 Blended Family 3 What are kinship patterns 4 What are authority patterns 5 What is Marriage 6 Forms of marriage V Monogamy V Polygamy V Monogamy O Polygyny Q Polyandry V Endogamy V Exogamy 7 How do the three major sociological perspectives View family amp marriage V Functionalist View V Con ict Theorist s View V Symbolic Interactionist View 8 The Family Life Cycle V Is the coupling of love and marriage a cultural universal V Child birth and child rearing 9 Diversity in American Families V Diverse families by racialethnic and cultural features V DINKS V Gay amp Lesbian Families 10 Trends in Divorce V How is the divorce rate measured V The impact of divorce on children 11 The overall trends of U S Families V timing of marriage V The unmarried mothers V Cohabitation Chapter 11 Geder What is the difference between sex and gender 0 Sex 0 Gender 2 What is gender strati cation V Gender Strati cation V What are the manifestations of global gender strati cation 3 Gender Inequality in the United States V Health Care V Education V Work place 4 What are glass ceiling amp glass escalator V Glass Ceiling V Glass Escalator 5 How do gender socialization gender tracking in uence gender inequality V gender tracking


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