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What is Sociology

by: Fatima Ahmed

What is Sociology SYG 3002

Fatima Ahmed
GPA 3.75
Basic Ideas of Sociology
Dr. Claire Oueslati-Porter

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Basic Ideas of Sociology
Dr. Claire Oueslati-Porter
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This 1 page One Day of Notes was uploaded by Fatima Ahmed on Friday January 23, 2015. The One Day of Notes belongs to SYG 3002 at Florida International University taught by Dr. Claire Oueslati-Porter in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 80 views. For similar materials see Basic Ideas of Sociology in Sociology at Florida International University.


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Date Created: 01/23/15
Structureaction Personal troublesPublic issues Biography History StructureHistoryPower SHP tracing power identifying means of power C Wright Mills sociological Imagination What are we Social socialized forever changing in social interactions Born un nished What holds society together Order Rules Maintained through social institutions force manipulation coercion First questioned by Durkheim What s the glue that holds us together and what happens when we become unglued Why is there inequality and what are its consequences lnherent is it always going to be there or is it a consequence of injustices Class con ict Stability Social change Right now inequality has more rising more than it did during the depression Scienti c integrity it is impossible to be unbiased but a sociologist can train himherself to non judgmental Sociology is value free However it may end up being helpful C wright Mills critique of racial segregation in the 1950quots


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