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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miss Noe Schuppe on Friday October 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 1000 at Appalachian State University taught by Kenneth Muir in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see /class/217670/soc-1000-appalachian-state-university in Sociology at Appalachian State University.

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Date Created: 10/02/15
Social TIIGOW A theory is a set of interrelated propositions and if proven correct becomes law o The Big Three 0 Symbolic interactionism or Slquot human beings interact based on the shared meaning of symbols I GH Mead is the father of symbolic interactionism basis is social psychology 0 All has to do with socialization Play most basic stage of social interaction children mime or apequot behavior of others and game stages take a typical baseball game for example no matter what team they know where to go to get the outs have to know rules of the game 0 Structural functionalism of SFquot Merton and Parsons are father of it I 5 major social institutions 0 Education 0 Religion 0 Family 0 Economy 0 Politics 0 A change in any one of these Sis going to change the other 4 o Functionalists are all about balance and order argue functional operates for the good of the system vs dysfunctional operates for the poor of the system Manifest intended consequence and latent unintended functions it s not negative though I 1971 Sesame Street 0 Created meant to teach kids basics like counting 0 Before sesame street there was a gap between reading levels of white children and minority children a social issue 0 Post sesame street white children and minority children s education went up and the gap remained the same 0 Conflict theog most closely associated with Marxist theory life is a continual struggle over scarce resources we re in competition all the time Conflic Marxist theo Power is the key to understanding this theory 0 What is power 0 Force authority influence 0 Agt BgtC Force arrow is an option C is the outcome I Where quotAquot or Bquot can be a person or group


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