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Introductory Sociology

by: Zita Wilkinson

Introductory Sociology SOC 001

Zita Wilkinson
Penn State
GPA 3.54


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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Zita Wilkinson on Sunday November 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 001 at Pennsylvania State University taught by Scheuble in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see /class/232993/soc-001-pennsylvania-state-university in Sociology at Pennsylvania State University.


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Date Created: 11/01/15
Soc Final Review 4292011 120300 AM 77 mc questions 4 kidder 5 film questions 4 henslin env Soc Adoption o where most occur o adoption statistics patterns not numbers o adoptions and foster care patterns which one of these is not true Education o definition of educ o family income and educ o Types of capital 0 If thisthen Basic functions of schools Gatekeeping Dropout stats men v women costs race most likely to graduateazn Social change and movements o Definitions o Stages of movements o Shining Pathperu revolutionary movements o Gay rights movementwhich kind is itreform o Sources of social change mass media globalization etc Family o Colonial v now patterns o Cost of raising a kid o Types of families RELIGION o Faculty v students data 5 more religious o Nones o secularization Politics ritual def religion def types of religion what kind of religion in US functions of religions Oneita community 0 How did they make their moneysilverware Ascribed or achieved ascribed de v religiosity as gdp A religiosity decreasrd Max weber protestant ethic Ultimate question of human life death Authority v power application question Influence charisma etc know difference Types of authority Collective behavior 6 preconditions Crowd what it is and its characteristics Def of collective behavior Propoganda and public opinion suminsumin Special interest groups Sex and Gender FGC Know dif Men cook on grill women on stoves gender roles Bigness is element of universal masculinity Worst and least invasive Where does this happen does happen in US Marriagedivorcecohabitation Def of marriagelotso parts Cohabitiation o of recently married ppl who have cohabited 50 0 effects of dif forms of marriage polygyny and polyandry BOTH polygamy children of divorced parents exogamous and endogamous dif btwn and def divorce stats propinquity closeness to people Economy Def of economy Women and economy rise in womens employment Environmental Soc Know what it is Know goal HENSLIN social movements going through stages which stage helps get them through first stage Environmental injustice 4292011 120300 AM 4292011 120300 AM 4292011 120300 AM 4292011 120300 AM 4292011 120300 AM


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