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Intro to Sociology

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Intro to Sociology SOCL 120

Aliyah Upton
Lansing Community College
GPA 3.63

Isaac Addai

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Date Created: 10/13/15
Learning Outcomes for SOCLIZO Departmental Final Exam I n i sective Theory and Research De ne sociology and explain the sociological perspective Understand the roles that Comte Durkheim Marx and Weber played in the development of sociology Compare contrast and apply the major theoretical perspectives of Functionalism Con ict Theory and Symbolic Interaction Theory Explain the research process its stages and the toolsmethods of sociological research De ne and apply the fdllowing concepts related to sociological research validity reliability population sample independent variable dependent variable and data analysis 39 Culture and Social Organization De ne culture and explain its components and characteristics Identify the sources and provide examples of cultural change De ne and apply the following concepts associated with Culture value norm folkway more sanction subculture counterculture dominant culture ethnocentrism cultural relativism culture shock and cultural lag Understand the sociological perspective on deviance Explain the socialization process Understand the socialization process as a method of social control a balance between conformity and individual adaptation and as a lifelong process Discuss the roles the various agents of socialization play in the socialization process and how they in uence the development of self Understand the process of resocialization and the contexts in which it takes place Analyze Charles Horton Cooley s Theory of the Looking Glass Self Explain39Emile Durkheim s theory of how society is held together focusing on mechanical and organic solidarity De ne and apply the following concepts associated with social organization social structure society social institutions status status set status symbol achieved status ascribed status master status status inconsistency role role set role con ict and role strain Distinguish between the ve types of societies touching on the following characteristics level of technology population size economic activity and social organization Explain the relationship between technology type of society and societal transformation Social Strati cation and Social Inequality De ne social strati cation and describe the differences between the four major strati cation systems estate caste slavery and class Understand the theories explaining social inequality and assess their strengths and weaknesses Distinguish between the different forms of social mobility and examine the myths and realities of mobility in the US Explain the correlation between poverty gender and race and discuss how this interrelationship supports the class structure De ne and provide examples of the following concepts associated with global strati cation core semi periphery and periphery


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