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Prin Of Sociology

by: Giovanna Casper

Prin Of Sociology SOC 2000

Giovanna Casper
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Lisa Sanders

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This 10 page Class Notes was uploaded by Giovanna Casper on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 2000 at Western Michigan University taught by Lisa Sanders in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see /class/216811/soc-2000-western-michigan-university in Sociology at Western Michigan University.

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Date Created: 09/30/15
What is Sociology 91109 I Th ologicalPerspectiveis seeingthe general in the particular I General patterns in the behavior of particular people for instance a study might nd that college students tend to sleep in later than noncollege students I In sociology we deal with m not absolutes generalcatgoxiesthatwefallimo ISmncgmadmmgo esindudaaggscammconmr c sums sexual odenta on educatian level I To what extent does society guide your actions thoughts and feelings Choice and Society A Maori facial tattoo I How is your choice ofwho you will fall in love with by the social catego cs you belong to I Does society shape your ideas about who you will marry I Cindy Racket 29years old recently took time off from her job in the New Orleans public school system to have her rst child IAlthough sheisonlyZSyeusoldBakmianahn has vechildretyacommon pattcminAfghanistan Ilngcneramenenmpoorcomuicshavemd ldm timwamminxichcounuies I WhoismorelikelytocommitsuicideP39I39he wealthy or the poor Men or women White people or black people l Emile Durkheim 1897 on suicide and social integration l Categories of people with strong social ties have lower suicide rates and more individualistic people have higher suicide rates I People with more freedom are more likely to commit suicide than people with less freedom I According to Durkheim freedom weakens social ties and thus increases the rate of suicide Conclusion I Sociology can be used to study the interactions between personal choice and social forces l Many of the choices that we make each day are related to the various social categories that we belong to l Personal choices such as love childbearing and suicide are all in uenced by social factors


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