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The graph of my limaon exhibits none of the three kinds of

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Problem 6.5.96

The graph of my limaon exhibits none of the three kinds of symmetry discussed in this section.

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Sociology week 6 notes Chapter 4: social structure and social interaction  Social structure- the framework of society Macrosociology perspective  Social class= large number of people who have similar amounts of income and education and who work in jobs that are roughly comparable in prestige Status- a recognized social position that individual occupies (every status  duties, rights, expectations) Ascribed status- social position that someone receives at birth or assumes involuntary later in life Achieved status- social position that someone assumes voluntarily Master status- a status that cuts across other statuses that an individual occupies Status symbols- items used to identify a status Status set- all the statuses a person holds at a given time Role- behavior expected of someone who holds a particular status  Individuals hold a status and preform a role Role conflict- conflict between roles corresponding to two or more statuses (at least 2 status) Role strain- tension between roles connected to a single status (1 status) Social group- a collection of people who regularly interact with one another on the basis of shared expectations. Social institution- organized, usual. Or standard ways by which society meets its basic needs Society- people who share a culture and territory  What holds a society together - Mechanical solidarity - Organic solidarity 5 basic institutions - Family: care for dependents and have children - Economy: to produce and distribute goods - Government: provide community coordination and defense - Education: train new generations - Religion: supply answers about unknown and unknowable Primary relationships- families, close friends Secondary relationship- clients, tax accountant Microsociology perspective Micro= face to face interaction, personal space, eye contact Dramaturgy: the presentation of self in everyday life by Erving Goffman Social situations- scenes manipulated by actors to convey the desired impression to the audience= impression management - Front region (stage) - Back region (backstage) Non-verbal cues: - Dress - Body language - Cuing Embarrassment and tact - Spoiled performances - Tact- an act to help another person “save face” Thomas theorem - Situations that are defined as real become real in their consequences Ethnomethodology- the study of the way people make sense of their everyday surroundings  Reality is created by people in their everyday encounters Harold garfinkel: how we make sense of countless familiar situations Break the rules

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Textbook: Precalculus
Edition: 4
Author: Robert F. Blitzer
ISBN: 9780321559845

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